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WODONGA V. TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
WODONGA V. TALGARNO. Wodonga, who appear to be almost unconquer able tbis season, played a match against Talgarno at Bethangaroad ou Saturday, and won by 103 runs. F, Powell was in good form as usual, Bcoring 40 runs and taking 5 wickets. The full scores were as under : — WODONGA. Hamilton, b Peterson ? ... 0 T Richardson, c W. Ellwood, b Lobban ... 18 0. Campbell, b W. Eilwood ... ? 16 Prentice, b W. Ellwood ... ? 17 F. Powell, not put ? .... ... 48 Hadley, b J. Park ? ... ... 8 Wiltshire, b Peterson ... ... ... .,. 0 Stones, b W. Ellwood ? ... . ... 15 O'Connor, b W. Ellwood ..; ... :... 2 R. Barber, b W. KUwood ... ? 0 Smyth, b W. Ellwood ? ? 0 Sundries ? ... ... 2 Total ? -;.. ... 126 Talqabno. J.Peterson, b Powell... ... ... ... 0 W, Ellwood, c Wiltshire, b Hamilton ... 2 M. Park, c Stones, b Powell ? ...'' 0 J. Park, b Powell ? ... 0 M. ltichardson, b Powell ... - ... ... .1 K Lobban, c Richardson, b Powell ? 1' J. Ellwood, not nut ... ? 12 M. Ellwood, c Wiltshire, b Hanoiltou...
RIVERINA GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. MUNGABAREENA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
RIVERINA /GRAMMAR SCHOOL V. MUNGABAREBNA. The following were the Bcores in the above match, which took place at Mungabareena on Saturday last: — Geammab Pchcol. Merbach, b Blowers ? ... ... 0 Percy, b Bunton ? ...... 0 Jack, c M'Intyre, b Blowers ? 16 L. Griffith, b Bunton ? 2 Lukins ? 20 Wilson, b Bunton ? ? 0 Doughton, c and b Blowers ? 0 Ormiaton, b Bunton ? , ? 9 Sherry, not out ? ? 6 Masters, b Bunton ... . ? 2 Paton, c Devereux, b Blowers ? 0 Sundries ? 2 Total ... ? 57 . MUKGABABEENA. J. Dallinger, b Merbach ? 2 Deverenx, b Merbaoh ? ... ^.. 5 M. Dallinger, c Ormiston, b Lukins... ... 13 Blowers, et Wilson, b Merbaoh . ... ... 1 F. Bunton, run out ? 6 Townsend, o L. Griffith, b Merbaoh ... ... 6 M'Donald, b Merbaoh ... ... ... ...» Ringwood, run out ... . ...... ... 3 M'Intyre, not out .... ... ' ? 6 Ran, run out ? ...,--. ... ? ... 5. W. Bunton, run out ? .' - ..; ? ... 1 Sundries ? - ... ... 6 Total ... ... ... ... ... 57 The school went in for a second- innings, and had pu...
CULCAIRN v. COOKARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
CULOAIRN v. COOKARDINIA. Thja match was played at Cookardinia on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Oulcairn by 44 rur.s Both teams were fully representa tive, and therefore a good, gamo ensued. W. G. Baliour with 37, top score, misde his fiidt »p r-nnrfincfl with Culcaini this Reason, having lately returned from his holiday. The othcr3 t» roach double figuron wero Cavrol 20, J. H. B;i!foi\r 15, and P. Hoobiu 10 For Cookardinia, H Paradl and F, Murphy with 12 each, and M, Mahor 11, all played good cricket. J. H. Balfour and M'Grath both secured four wickets for Oulcairn, while F. Murphy, Maher, and J. Parnell all bowled well for their side. Cookardinia in their second innings made 156 for the Iosb of fire wicketa. Scores :— COOKABDINIA. W. SeroDg, run out ... ... ? 8 M. Maher, o Bufford, b M'Grath ... ... 11 T. Murphy, b Bufford ? ... ... 4 R. Burns, b M'Grath ... ? 0 F. Murphy, st Edwards, b J. H. Balfour ... 12 II. Paraell, c Baiberie, b J. H. Balfour ... 12 J. Parnell, not o...
HENTY MARRIED v. SINGLE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
HENTY MARRIED v. SINGLE : A two innings match was played at Honty on ^ Saturday, 15th insfc., between the above teams/ which resulted in a victory for tha S.ngles by six -wickets and eight runs Sores : — Mabkiisd ; First Inninga. Second Inning^ '?_ ' Potter, c Rosier, b Voss ? 4 b Voss ? ? 9, Bl«:ey, o RoBler, b ?.-. ' Ries ? 27 b Riea ... ... .i.' Russel, b Hies ... 1 b Haberecbt i --.'..' -\7^ H'.Voss.bHaberecht 9 o Rosier, b Toss ... 2 F. Newman, o Ries, ' v ? --. ' ' b Rosier ? 1 bRiear- ;.. '...--0 Wurtz, b Haberecht 0 b Habeiecb- - '..'. 0' Kingston, b Rica ... 2 b Kjpa :.?. -; ... ,.u Kiorath, not out ... 2 b Bits '??„;. - ... 0. C. Haberecht, b Ha- - ,?»-'?' ? : berecht ... ... 6 b Haborecht1 '.'.'Ji- ;0l. . Semmler, b Riea ... 1 b Haberecht ' ? i'..V ' 0 L. Thorn, b Ries ... 2 not ont v ?... - ;„ 1 Suiidries ... 6 Sundries '-.« -9' Total ... 59 Total' c'«.:. 32 SlNGLB. ? - * First InniogB. ' Second Innings. *.-:-. Rie9, bElaley ... 12 b Ruaael' ... ;..? 22' O. Haberecht, ru...
BENAMBRA BOHEMIANS V. TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
BENAMBRA BOHEMIANS V. TALLAN- K . = .. ? ? GATTA-. : ? . m A cricket match was played at Tallangatta on Saturday between the Benambra Bohemians and. the locals. It may be of some interest to know, who and what the Bohemians are. The idea originated in the fertile brain of Mr. John Waters (Shire president) to federate the whole ot the Upper Murray district, from which to raise a team and to which he gave the above name. They won hands down on Saturday. Mr. Waters, who came to witness the match, haa reason to congratulate himself on bis federation scheme, Appended are the scores :— Benambka Bohemians. First Innings. Second Innings. - Ka;ghin,c Williams, ' b Grass... ... 1 bFortescue ... 0 Harris, c Toms, b A. Fortescue ... 10 c Fortesoue, b Toms 4 ? M'Dopongb, b For- - teecue ? 1 b A. Fortesoue ... 6 Connelly, b Wil liama ... ... 7 run out ? 6 0, Findlay, b A. - ForteBcue ... 1 c Grass, b Williams 17 . F; Crawford, b A. - Fortescue ... 16 b A. Fortesoue ... 7 J. Land, b Campbell 18 lb...
SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
'- SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. 'The Wavetley election yesterday resulted as follows :— Jesscp 698, Barlow 528, ParkeB 160. Miss Henderson was convicted yesterday of marrying a minor without her father's consent. She was sentecced to six months imprison ment but was released under the First Offenders' Act. That is to say she will not serve the sen tence, unless duriDg the six months she marries another minor. Tbe Civil Service Bnard has finished with the Public Works Department. To-day the cffioers of the Colonial Secre tarv's D partment are in fear and trembling. The shade temperature in Albury yesterday *aa 100. A number of local farmers visited the Wagga Faim on Wednesday. Mr. B.ill visits B-wna to-morrow, and olher pieces in the locality ntxt week. Inquest on the late fire next Wednesday morning. A lad named John Hansell was drowned at Colinrooble a few days since. He wes seiz 'd with a cramp whilst bathing with some companions. Another ferry boat accident happened on Monday at Brisban...
ROBBERY AT A RAILWAY STATION. A SAFE OPENED BY DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
ROBBERY AT A RAILWAY STATION. ? « ? A SAFE OPENED BY DYNAMITE. Great excitement was caused in Rutherglen on Tuesday momirg by the repoi t of aburglary having taken place at the Rutherglen railway station. At about half-past S a.m. the station buildings were broken into by burglars, and the sum oi j£2 was stolen. Fortunately this was all the money which had been left in the tfihe during the night. Tho thieves gained entrance by forcing one of tho windows at tbe back portion of tbe premises recently occupied by tbe Btationmaster. They pro ceeded to the effico, where the safe was kept, and they succeeded in blowing the door off it with dynamite. Tne safe was driven right through the front door of the effloe by the ex plosion, ana was found there by a man who heard tho disturbance. This person was sleeping Borne distance away, and wbb awakened by the noiae, and rushing to the platform got there jast after the men decamped. He heard a man calling to another to ' Come on away now.' Ho imm...
APPALLING CATASTROPHE AT BRISBANE. SINKING OF A RIVER STEAMER. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
APPALLING CATASTROPHE AT ; BRISBANE. SINKING OF A RIVER STEAMER. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE. An appalling catastrophe occurred in the Brisbane River, a short; distance below tho . Yictoria-bridge, on Thursday afternoon, 13th inst. AH the traffic on the bridge having been suspended in consequence of the Hoods, tho email steamer Pearl left the Q leen's wharf for the Musgrave wharf, South Brisbane, carrying between 80 and 100 passengers. The fhod water was at the time running fairly strong. 0 1 the journey across the Pearl steamed down i he river a short distance in order to pass be tween the steamers Normanby and Lucinda. The Pearl came foul of the Normanby, and was then carried by the current bioadside on to the anchor chains of tho Lucinda. She suddenly capsized, being almost cut in two by the force of the collision. The agonised cries of perishing men and women were appalling. But it was only for a moment, for many were carried down with the boat and lost to sight for ever, while some f...
DR. JAMESON AT MALTA. LONDON, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
DR.1liteSON AT MALTA. ? LoNDON.^abraary 16. Dr. Jameson, late Administrator of 'fee British South Africa Company's territories of Masbonaland and Matabeleland, who led the ill-fated expedition into the Trans vaal and was taken prisoner by the Boers with the whole of his force, has arrived at Malta. He had a most enthusiastic reception from the British residents and gar rison. In the course of an interview with a press representative President Kruger stated that he was going to summon the Volksraad in order that the body might sanction his visit to England to confer with Mr. Chamberlain with regard to the settle ment of affairs on the Rand gold-field. The President also said that he hoped shortly to enfranchise 7,000 TJitlanders who were loyal to the republic.
CABLEGRAMS. THE TRANSVAAL. BRILLANT SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
CABLE0RAM8. I ?^ti ? 1 1 ? .. . . . 1 THE TBAHWAAL ;! BRILLANT SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. London, February 14. Mr. Chamberlain, the Secretary of State tot the Colonies, made a brillant speech, dealing with the situation in South Africa as affected by lecent events, in the House of Commons last night. He announced that the Government in . ' tended to have a strict inquiry made into all the circumstances connected with the Transvaal. Among the subjects dealt with by the inquiry would ba Dr. Jameson's in vision, the previous agitation on the Rand gold-field, and the conduct of the Chartered ?Company. He was himself in favour of & judicial commission being appointed to conduct the inquiry. With reference to Mr. Rhodes, the man aging director of the British South Africa Company and late Premier of the Cape Colony, who has just returned to South Africa, he stated that that gentleman had returned almoat in the position of a private individual. The great work of bis life had been se...
COUNSEL FOR DR. JAMESON. LONDON, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
COUNSEL FOR DR. JAMESON. London, February 17. Sir Edmund Clarke, the eminent Queen's counsel, has been retained as counsel to represent Dr. Jameson in the proceedings which are to be taken upon Dr. Jameson's arrival in England. Imperial officers have proceeded to South Africa to assume control over the police of the British South Africa Char tered Company in Rhodesia, in accordance with the recently announced declaration by Mr. Chamberlain that be would take steps to prevent any repetition of the unauthorised invasion of the Transvaal by thb company's forces. The trial of the leaders of the Rsform Committee of Johannesburg, who have been arrested on a charge of treason and sent to Pretoria, are to be resumed next week; _____„__„_____,___.
AEROLITE EXPLOSION. FALL OF METEORIC FRAGMENTS. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
. aerolite explosion. FALL OF METEORIC FRAGMENTS. London, February 13. On Monday last a very unusual natural phenomenon occurred at Madrid, namely, the explosion of an aerolite or meteorite at a great distance above the city. The phenomenon presented itself as an intensely brilliant meteor, which was fallowed 70 se conds later by a terrific report. The city was severely shaken by the explosion, and several, buildings collapsed altogether, while a great number of windows in the city were broken. It was believed at first that there had been an earthquake, and a serious panic occurred among the residents, many of .whom, when escaping from the falling buildings, sustained serious iD juries. It now appears that on the same day meteoric fragments fell to the earth, not only in Madrid, but also in Burgos, 112 miles north, and Valencia, 190 miles south-east of the capital. The fragments were in a molten state when they f -all, and they set fire to several buildings in the cities mentioned. ...
VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
VICTORIA!! PARLIAMENT. (FBOJ1 OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Three times has the Government fixed upon a day to prorogue Parliament, and three times they have been prevented from carrying out their intentions. The fact is that the Upper House, which is really led' by Sir Frederick Sargood, has determined not to submit to, or encourage, any of the fads and fallacies Bought to be carried out by the labor socialists of the Lower House, and the result is that every bill is fully debated, and all obnoxious clauses elimi nated or else amended. This takes time. When Parliament will be prorogued remains to boeeeni In the Council on Tuesday, the Sugar Beet Bill was further considered in committee. Sir F. Sargocd moved and carried several amend ments towards making the bill more generally workable. The members of the Government Bat like dumb dogs, ond_were compelled to allow amendment after amendment to be passed. The bill as amended was agreed to. The Water Act Amendment Bill, and the Marine Act F...
VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
VICTORIA!] COURTS. ? «&_. ? ASSIZE COURT. Beechwoith ... ... Tuesday, March \1. ..' '? , ; ' GBNEB&L SESSIONS. ' Beechworth... ... Wednesday, April 15. COUNTY CO UBT8. - Beechworth ... ... Wednesday, April 15. phi'tern ... ... Tuesday, April It. Wodohga ... ... Wednesday, March 11. COUBT8 OF MINE 8. Beechworth ... ... Wednesday, April 15. ririltern ... ... TueBday, April 14. vvodoDga ... .w Wednesday, March 11. PBTTY SESSIONS, feeechworth ... ... Daily BetbftDgR ... ... Every Wednesday Obrryong .'., ... First Sat. each mouth Ohiltera m ... Every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday feldorado .;. ... Every Wednesday Kiewa ... ,*. First Wed. each month y Mitta Mit'tft .» ... Every Tuesday Myrtteford ... ... Evory Friday Stanley ... ?». Second and fourth Tgoe* .„? . . day eaoh month TallangoltB ?«» ... Every Wednesday Wwfonga .»» »» Every TUuwday
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
^ ? Wanted, ? A DVEBTISER ^|&NTS SITUATION 4$ wojrpng m|nage^gn a farm, .-' * ' .-§? ;f? S|J i$hgm&$ experienced. ' ? ' ''if- US Wonld accept either ualary or share in crop. C. H. RqJlaCK, Temora P 0. BLACKSMITH .FOB STATION. $j r~M — %;. WANTED, fl|t-cla|#LACKS%TH for Sta tion. Must be|i goo^Wheelwn^t, Apply with references! . :-|; '''%,_, '%: ChIs. L. %IF^H and%o., y f Auctioneers. MISS MACNA.2|ABBA'S Registry Office, OHve-streefc^W/^TED, all kinds of : Domestic Servantspi$5i?|Married Couples and Governesses. All 'c^iiiit.?j^aRp3icationD must have enclosed with them oneTrtmling's worth of stamps for correspondence. MBS. LAWSON'S REGISTBY OFFICE, Smollett-strjet.— MINTED, all kinds of Domestic Servant^ akfgfgarried Couples and GovernesBes. All cgnpry #j)lics.tibns must have enclosed with them'' one ^sififlting's worth of stamps for correspondence, MBS. BUBTON'S BEGISTBY OFFICE, Kiewa-Btreot (juBt below the Bobo Hotel). WANTED, all $£in$f of Domestic Servants, Marrie...