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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

REVOCATION OF TEMPO BARY RESERVES. It 1b notified, for general information, that-Hia Excellency the Governor, with the advice of^ the Executive Council, haa been pleased to revokev under the provisions of the 39th section of the Grown Lands Act of 1889, the following tempo rary reserves from sale :— District of. Deniliquin. (The land not to be Bold till after the expiration ? of 60 days from 18th January :— Within the late leasehold area of Mooloonaoon holding No 89, declared a resumed area 18th January, 1896. - , . Reserves 2838, 2839, and 2840. See Bannefi 14th February. (The land not to be sold till after the expiration of 60 days from 25th January. District of Parkes, . . ' Within resumed area of Bulderudgera holding No. 431, E.D., notified 5th August, 1885. Water reserve 612 and No. 19,131 for acceeb See Banner 14th Febrnary. District of FTay. Within boundaries of resumed area Of Oanoott Point holdi g No. 256. Part of water reserve 8, notified 21th Decent ber, 1861. County Wara...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE AT COROWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SALE AT COROWA. Wednesday, Apbil 8. country lots. Portion 78 of 80a, parish Morebringer. Upset price, £1 5s 91 per acre (including S3, value of improvements) Portion 84 of 40a, parish Morebringer. Upset price, £1 53 per acre Portions 72 and 73 of 65i and 70a 2r respec tively, parish Wongamong. Upset priceH. £1 8a fid and £1 6s 9d respectively per acre. (Upset prices include value of improvements, as fol lows :— Portion 72, £9 10a ; portion 73, £5 10s.) Por.ion 114 of 43a, parish Narrow Plains. Upset price, £1 5s per acre.

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

Exhibitions* ? PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOG1ETY For the districts of Tumbarumba and Upper ;,'??.. Murray. ': THE SEVENTH ANNUAL SHOW Will be held on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, At the SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUND, Tumbarumba Parade, Tumbarnmba. Tuesday, 3rd March, last day for General Entries. Late Entries to 7th March ; fine, 2s. 6d. _-! — M AMONGST Bevertf^hundred prizes offered are the followinj£# Class B—Sectie^J^Best Maiden Hunter, to carry -.sssSSSfeBs tb^h list. Ihree ienoes 3ft. 9in. ph. PriZ^iS5 53. * Class M— Section l-jfo. — B# Weight-carrying H^ofter, not lesf&an 12s/f Three fences 4ft. hiff^tk Prize, f.:i25 ; ee«phd horse to receive £5 fro%the p^jze, g?r -| Class B— fe;ti^|ll.— Mat Ladyfl ITonter, to be ?^td^€y a|Wy- Tlfree hurdl-5f3ft. 6in high. Prize; £6 Q&, ^cdMh^^S^^m^£l la. from the pffo. ^00r^i^''7f'' In Class Bisections 9, 10, an-M 1 , tbe entrance fee will be t&Jjlon-members of tail Society 5 per cent, on fnl^rizeB j to member|?2£ per cent. Ci...

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SALE AT BALRANALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SALE AT BALRANALD. Wednesday, February 26. town lots. Allotments 1 ta 24 of sp-ction 21, from lr 30p to 2r, pariah Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £14 per lot : Allotments 1 to 20 of spction 22, from lr 30p . to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £14. per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 23, from lr 33p to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset pricea, from £9 . to £10 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 64, lr 37p each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £12 per lot Allotments I to 24 of section 65, from lr 37p to lr 39p, parish Balranald, Upset prices, from £6 to £9 per lot. .' ??' SUBURBAN L0T3. Portions 31, 38, 39. and 47, 2a 2r each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £18 per lot. V

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

Sales by ^Lttetlonn ? CHAS. L. GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUC TION SALES :— Albary Fortnigbi| MtfW— Wednesday, 26th February. 4- if & Wodonga FornfghtJV; Market.— ;®e8day, 3rd March, q V -? JP ? Tallangattal^i^— i^t^dbe fixed. . ' WodoDga Hor&e Sale. — ThiB Day. Birerina Wool, Hide, and Produce Go, Ltd. Sale of Wool, Hides, Skins, Tallow, &c— ?ThiB Day, ; ,./ WODOiSfGA HQpSE |ALE. |^. o'clockflbarp. Wl CHAS. LiaRIFFSpi Md Co. (incoMinction with WmtB. J. G^SmELDS and %) will CONTINUE;$ALE of H^^S at WODWGA This p&y, at 10 i^clock elxarp. ALBURY FOETHIGHTLY MARKET. WEDNESDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, . At 10.30 a. m. sharp, GHAS. L. GRIFFITH and 00. will sell by auction, at the Municipal Yards, as above, ,v 80 Prime Fat Bullocks from Mr. George 1 ' Strachan, Maraeket 20 Prime Fat Bullocks (station-bred) from Mr. - ,f J. W. Grieve, Bungowannab-park ' .20 Prime Fat Heifers and Cows from Mr. Kobt. - ' Smithwjck, Talmfelmo '?& ^ 20 Prime 3j|at Steers l|nd fingers fro...

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SALE AT ALBURY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SALE AT ALBURY. Wkdnksdat, February 26. oountby lot. Portion 120 of 200a, parish Germauton. Up Bet price, £2 5s per acie (including £48 15s, Value of improvements). Wkdnesday, April 8. town lots. Allotments 3, 4, 5, and 6 of section 14 lr 20p, Ir 20p, lr 13Jp, and 2r reBpeciively, parish Ger m an ton. Upset prices, £5 59, £5 5 8, £5 5s, »nd £7 respectively per lot Section 17 of 2r, parish Germanton. Upset price, £7 per lot.

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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY, THURSDAY, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

COMMERCIAL - GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURYr Thubsdat. February 20. Wheat, 49. SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 18. ' Maize.— Firmer. Prime Tamut, holders quote 33 9i j river maize, prime new, 3s 6d j San ^Francisco, quoted at 3s 9d per bnshel. Oats.— New Zealand : Prime, 2a to 2a Id ; prime, 2a 2d per bnshel. The associated millers' price for new flour is £10 59; small parcels, £10 10a; old, £11 per ton. Intercolonial wheat is nominal ; new local wheat ia nominally 4s 5d to 4s 6d per bushel. Hay. — Local oaten, in bundles : Prime, £5 to £5 68 ; medium, £4 10s ; inferior, £l per ton. Straw.— Local : Derrick-presaed, £3 63 to £3 10a i Tasmanian, £3 to £3 5a ; New Zealand, £3 6s to £3 73 6d ; bundled, £3 10s per tou. Chaff. — Plentiful. Better demand. Im ported chaff : Prime Adelaide, £4 17a 64 to £5 j prime green, £5 5s ; Tasmanian, good £4 10a to £4 15s j inferior, £4 to £4 5s ; Victorian, £4 15s to £4 17s 6d ; prime green, £5. Local, prime £5] medium, £4 10s; inf erior, . f rom £4 per ton...

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

: ' - --^Price— 2sa 6cL per ¥©k ©tlSO Tablets; if posted? 2s, 8(L Futolic ? 01 TY CAFE, jQean-street, AJfbury, ?.. if Prefer ftPP^ A; mil kindsl- ®f/ SriaJtof (jblOHBli^^BjSc ^OHFBOTIOHBBT ' Alway^kept. &MEAL3& LIO-hT|m?IHeSHMEIITS ? - . ? AlwfS^F ready. - Regular Supplies of - Flan, Oysters, Lobsters & Prawns. j -1 N O TIC E. i MM.mlTTAYLOR, i iMfotmilL' P. Buildings, Albury, will ' WsmmmM* P/v ^s in fafcuie ° ' rKw£ft;W«;EV-STREET' I Where ehe has Erected more Comfortable I Premises. Stanley. street is directly opposite CRAWFORD and CO.'S STABLER and I o^e minnto'a walk from the Post Office.^ W. ASIJ70RD, Blacksmith^j^rbLeelwright TM$GS SmhTi/Jhe pub$ of Urana and ' jHJfiJiBjMet tb/f has unAjrtaken a NEW Having built If first- class HearBe ho is now .., §& prepared to CARRTjfOUT INTERMENTB 'in firat-ola^& style. MR. WILlfLAWSON,v ' ' ' ' W* b0 OoSsnUojflt 78 (|&LI,|j|/iit|E., MEM|jtJRNn; ? wvLawaon wU^ooatoMiur oow^lnt and jjs onuse,...

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

Agp?j£meily.&Sitij|i8 tho ^ftme|§uE! coo^|f!n{-g ^ whibfiy|ffect thoijfgestive Jrg-v@; sis a t^^^^^^ ^|«yueaBingJ$aie andcbler^p inQuon$|g|g|Pp

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

As day by day the effects of the new fiBcal system become more completely realised, so does it become more fully evident tbat the worst fears entertained with regard to the reEults were entirely justified. The opponents of the Minis terial policy admit of course — they have indeed never denied — that the new ta-iff will cheapen many commodities. Gold and silver plate, jewellery, silks and satins, carriages, imported furniture, for example, can now be sold — probably they are sold — at lower prices than before. On the other hand the daily necessities of the household are not appreciably cheaper, and thus, so far as the bulk of the people are. concerned, little or no advantage is gained' by the reduction or abolition' of the duties. The reason of this has often been pointed out, but in view of the cloud of misrepresentation with which the sub ject is usually enveloped by the ulra freetrade press, ifc may not be out of place again to ahow why the removal of a duty doea not lower the pr...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

O/LENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FKBtlUAEr j, suxl. Moon. 8 D»ye. ? ? Q Rises. Sots. Rifles. Sets. n.M. h ia n.M. h.m. 2! r.-ldfty - .. - 5 67 7 11 12 65A 10 30 A 23 8 tir^av ? 5 68 7 9 2 0 11 11 33 1st Sunday in Lent ..6 69 7 8 3 3 — 34 Monday ? C 0 7 7 4 2 12 4m 35 Tnendfty ;„ .. .. 6 1 7 6 4 62 I 5 26 Wedne.d»y .. .. 6 2 7 4 5 35 2 If 27 Thuraday ? 6 3 7 3 6 12 5 32 Melbourne mean time Wooit'B Phases.- First qnarter, February 22nd, 7.15 a.m ; fall moon. 29th, 6 51 a.m. AND WODONQA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1896.

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

, Special ^dverftisemeats. Houja of p/foifi'* s-M 0 onu ions . WHISKY. ? |. JOH^BLAOKIE, PHARMAffeuTiriL CHEMIST, ? JBb. Ed 3S tor ES -*$T « — -

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.) London. February 17. L^gal proceedings are being taken in con nection with the death of the late Mas lobaudy, a young Paria millionaire, who died ajon after after serving his term as a conscript, and whose decease was supposed to have been hastened by the hardships which he was obliged to undergo. M. Labaudy bequeathed the bulk of his property to an actreaa who nursed him during his illness, and the legal proceedings which are being taken will com mence on March 2. - . The Turkish troops, who were sent to Syria la November last to suppress an insurrection of the Druses, have sustained a serious disaster. A division of the army was decoyed by the Biuses into an ambush and destroyed. The disaster was due to the incapacity of the Turkish commander, Elhem Pasha, and caused such dissatisfaction in the army that a mutiny nearly resulted. Elhem Pasha baa been dis placed from his position. The last blue book which has been Issued on the ...

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THE NORTH POLE. REACHED BY DR. NANSEN. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

THE NORTH POLE. REACHED BY DR. NAN&EN. ' . London, February 13. A startling report has been received from the Siberian agent of Dr. Frithiof Nansen, the famous Arctic explorer. It will be remembered that Dr ITansen left Norway on July 24, 1893,in the Fram, a vessel specially constructed under his superintendence to bear the pressure of ice in the polar regions. His intention was to sail from the Kara Sea, north of Siberia, for; the North Pole, believing that the Arctic current which he supposed to exist would carry him to the Pole, and thence to the open sea by way of Greenland. Dr. Nansen'a agent in Siberia reports that he has received news from the ex plorer announcing that be has reached the North Pole, and found that all around it is land, and not an open sea, as some ex plorers have supposed. It is stated on, official authority that Dr. Nansen, having reached the Pole, is re iaraung. : .

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REVOLT IN COREA. THE PREMIER AND SEVEN OFFICIALS MURDERED. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

REVOLT IH OOBEA. THE PREMIER AND SEVEN OFFICIALS MURDERED. . . ' London, February 13. Since the close of the war between China and Japan last year Corea has been in a more or less disturbed state. In Oc tober last a revolt took place, whenTaiwon^ kin, the father of King Li Hi, having gained over a portion of the army, seized the Royal Palace at Seoul, tbe capital, and the Queen was murdered by the party op posed to the reforms inaugurated by the Japanese. Another and more serious revolt has now occurred at Seoul, and tbe King and the Crown Prince have taken refuge at the Russian Legation. The Corean Premier and seven other officials have been murdered. Two hundred Russian soldiers have been landed at Chemulpo, tbe port of Seoul, and will proceed to the capital to guard the Legation. ____________

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TERRIBLE FIRE IN LONDON. EIGHT PERSONS BURNED TO DEATH. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

immiMzmmmim. EIGHT PERSONS BURNED TO DEATH. ? London, February 17. A shooking fire, attended by great loss of life, has occurred in the district of Soho, London. The fire broke out in a high tenement house occupied by several families, and during the progress of the conflagration no fewer than eight persons were burned to death, including a whole family of four, whose remains were reduced to ashes by tbe intense heat. While the fire was in progress one of the occupants of the house' leaped from a window to escape the flames, and falling on the railings which enclosed the building, wus impaled upon the iron spikes. The remainder of the occupants were rescued from their perilous position, ths members ot the police force being specially conspicuous for the bravery with which they went to the assistance of the unfortunate inmates.

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THE RE-BAPTISM OF PRINCE BORIS. PRINCESS MARIE APPEALS TO THE POPE. LONDON, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

THE RE-BAPTISM OF PRINCE BORIS. ? «. ? PRINCESS MARIE APPEALS TO THE POPE. London, February 16. The baptism of the infant Prince Boris, son of Prince Ferdinand and Princess Marie of Bulgaria, into the Greek Church after he had been already baptised into the Roman Catholic Church, of which all his family are members, continues to create intense interest. Princess Marie, mother of the infant, prince, who is a devout Roman Catholio, and who has been estranged from Prince Ferdinand on account of his decision to the yield to the wishes of the Czar and have Prince Boris re-baptised, has implored the prayers of the Pope in her affliction. The Roman Catholic priesthood have initiated the infant prince into an order of monks in order to forestall the projects of the ecole3iastic3 of the Greek Church, whom they suspected of a design to iormallv anoint Prince Boris as a member of their church. - It is announced that both Italy and Austria are in favour of the formal recognir tion of Prince Fer...

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THE DEFENCE OF THE EMPIRE. PAPER BY SIR GEORGE CLARKE. LONDON, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

THE DEFENCE OF THE EMPIRE. — ? o ? PAPER BY SIR GEORGE CLARKE. London, February 18. At tbe meeting of the Royal Colonial Institute last night Lieutenant-Colonel Sir George Clarke, R.E., a distinguished military expert, read a paper, In which he advocated that an Imperial conference should be held in London to deal with the question of tbe defence of the empire on federal lines. In the course of his paper Sir George Clarke expressed his deep regret at the reduction that had been made in the military forces of the Australian colonies.

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DEATH OF M. AMBROISE THOMAS. A DISTINGUISHED MUSICIAN. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

DEATH OF 88. AMBROISE THOMAS. A DISTINGUISHED MUSICIAN. London, February 18. The death is announced of M. Ambroise Thomas, the eminent French musician, and onmposer of ' Mignon,' 'Hamlet,' and other operas, in his 75fch year.

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WALBUNDRIE V. BUNGOWANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

WALBUNDRIE V. BUNGOWANNAH. On Saturday last, tho_15th inst , Walbundrie j.mrneyed to Bungowannah to try conclusions with that eleven. Arriving at 11 30 a ra., it was not long before play commenced. F. Ciear, who captained the Walbundrie eleven, lost the toss, and was ordered b R. White to take the wic kets. Clear Bent Se.vmour nn.l Busaell to tbe wickets j tho latter was soon disposed o?, but on J. Eutwisle j fining the former a fair stand w«s made. J. Entwisle, after too first over or two, played good cricket, and in a year or two should make a first-class bat. D ublo ficures wore mide by him, Seymour, and Tuckwell, with 16, 12, au-l 10 respectively. The bowling »f Bungo wanmth was very good, and I understand they l'-'at 'he services of their best trundler,- who wa» unabla to piny o-vin^ to a sprain, Being die posed of ior (.)2, Waliundrie took tbe field, and j eoou disposed of their opponents for tbo small ! score oi! 25, Tuckwell cxpfcurfog 8 wickutp for H | rur.s, On following t...

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