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WODONGA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

WODOHOA POLICE COURT. At this court yesterday Albert T. Brownp, described as a cheese-maker, waa charged with stealing a horse the propertyof Wm. OoulstoD, of Talgarno. The charge arose out cf a caee of olopemen*-, and Sarah Ann Coulston, plain tiff's daughter, appeared in court with the defendant, charged with having no visible means of support, f The charge of vagrancy against the female prisoner was withdrawn, and she was dis charged, and left, the court to return to her father's hou^e. Mr. Wilkinson sppeared for the prosecution, and B-owne pleaded not guilty. Mr. Wilkinson applied that the charge bo altered to one of illegally us'ng, and, the defendant offering no objection, the application was granted. William Cculaton deposed that defendant took a horse away from his place, with ut his (witness1) permitslon, on the night of the 5.h February. The P.M. suggested that thla very uuplea eant affair, of the circumstances connected with which he had some cognisance, might be settled ...

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

^Professional Notices. CHEMIST, T0WNSEKB-3TREET. I THE ALBTJRY j| 3 Cougr j, ColdF/-' bronchitis, |i y Ci$up, Wl^fp' ng Cough, g g an^aUpul?j|bn^;yaireetions. p 3 imiHiiiimiiiiiiHit-.-'iiiii'iliiiiiniiiiiiKyiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiimiimi Ifi? i HI /JOSf. — One Tsaapoonj^avsrpgjgjrfLxJ^. £i ' |S four hours, and lesh':t!drSOHifir4n:.'' -£g Sj iiHi-i!iiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii:i!iiiii!i!i!iiiiiii!iiiiiiuiiiHiuniniiniiiiii!!iiiiiimi £3 £3 PREPARED ONLY BY ^ ||il!ex.N.Pl)nMANNlM.P.S. fi B ?HAK5L.«£UTICAL CHEMIST, Hi g ALBURY, N.S.W. g The above is the best preparation ever offered to the public, and is recommended by all who have tried it. Price Is. 6d,, post free 2a. 6d. in stamps, | REGISTERED. 1 To be obtained ako of FRANCIS LONG . MORE, Chemist, Bourke-Btreet East, nearRuBsell street, Melbourne. ? . ' ' . ' ' 9 Pharmaceutical Chemist, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, BEGS respectfully to notify to the inhabitants of Albury and the surrounding district that he has RETURNED ...

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

»' '/ _ ' -'- ? nun ? 'I uumnnwrnmtk T. MOLLOlj Having purchased & large quantity of O8NSR4L&' dvEL@(SBB,SSS At a' big Discount, Is now prepared to Sell 15 per cent. Cheaper than any other House, FOR GASH. THE FOLLOW I1*G ARE A. FEW LINES.: Morton's Jam, 6d tin } splendid Jam, 4 Jd tin— 3 tins la Cab Candles, 9d per lb ; Kerosene (150 test), best 23 gal. . Matches, 2 jd and 3d doz. Nestles' Con. Milk, 8d tin Salad and Castor O115& bottle Pickles, 8d ; Ton/ b Sauce, 4d ; Worcester* Bhire 8auce,,,4d bottf .V Sudnght/Voap, 1^ /box; best Brown Soap, 6d bar dRMagf /'Soap/ Jjd /f?j^f5 8^ojf v^l.tiny' .SardinesiyVge), 7d ; Sardines (BmauToJd ancr V i ''^^S* Armour Beef,|lb tin Is || Search, 4d petlb : fine Salt, 14a- la Treacle, 21b t' Is 6§d ; SyrupyMd Whiting, 121f /Is tr^^ Malt Vinegs J2a gallon '; Armour Ham, 6d tin Blacking, 4a.aozen 5 Borax Soap, 4Jd bar— 3 bars la ' Candles, i\\ and 6d j best 7d ?: Maizena and Cornflour, 3d packet Cocoa(Taylor'B),4$d ; Vanhou...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

' E. P. MITCHELL, Esq., -^^^^^^^^^^^^^S ?5s- BOH WILLIAM CAIN. Esq. HH^W^^^^SwBPST Hon.N.WTZGERALD, ^^^^^^^S Hon. HENRY MORT, SSS W^S'^fe iSiS ^^ w ¥? . . — -?? ' -— j- -sjF^^^^^JJ^^T^r-^z jj- ? rite? ^^^^^s=1»;.,._^^^^^^^^^^jgSr^=. : Adviser : ' WiM ^^^^^^^^^^^^^- J.S.BOESFALL;. 'Mil ^B ^^^^^^S7Bi53!5^STLyw .jlS! tfjl ^ ^ CHAS. WIITGEOVBr ? ' ' MELBOURNE WOOL WARfSoUSH AND HEAD OFFICE, ,. ., LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES mad© on/jlnsumg Clip of WOOL and on STATION SECURITIES. ? . t ^ ? . ? : ? . ? . — . ? REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF W00L$GRAIN8 HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE. Proceeds of Sales held in Trust and nsed specially for payments to clients. Returns rendered with promptness. All Consignments protected Iby^taq Valuations of the Company's Experts prior to sale, thus guaranteeing the realisation of Full Market Value. The Company confines its Business STRICTLY to that of SELLING BROKEES ONLY. NO CARTAGE CHARGED ON CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL RECEIVED; BY RAIL OR STEAMER AT MELBOURNE. O...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHESS. PROBLEM 584. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

GHE88. PROBLEM 584. : WHITB. BLACK. White to play and mate in three moves.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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NURSING AS A PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

NURSING AS A PROFESSION. Expend much time in earnest thought and weigh yourself and your capabilities before deciding to become a trained nurse. If you iesire an easy profession, select that of the waeherwoman in preference. If you are a practical, business-like woman, and think of it as a profession whiob, when acquired, will yield you a good income, and are willing to undergo two years of hospital service for the sake of acquiring it, and look at it from this standpoint only, you may poisibly make a mechanical nurse. Your patients will not mourn you departure, and your will never be called to visit the same household twice. If you are a romantic, novel-devouring maid, yearning to be known as a modern St. Eliza beth, and long to bathe weary brows, and wltneps impossible death-bed eceneB, and the like— stay at home. You will remain at the hospital but a few days, and you will be sadly disappointed. But if you are a strong, healthy woman, possessed of education, gentle breeding, a ki...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

the -meatJ 1 ing torturing'-*' disf ifec^' ing diseases//! the skin, scalp, and f/'»bod» and'es» pecially bd.^y humours. Ctmcmu Hemeinss »re cold throughout tho world. HrltiBh depot: 1'. Nuwbebt & Sons, London. Tottks Dkvu & Ciiuu. Cor.i'., Sul« Progs., Boston, U. S. A.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

If you cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea ' in youf district, wiite to D. Mitchell and Oo , Clarence* street, Sydney, who will arrange for a supply at once through the local storekeeper. Liveb CdMPiiAlNTPi— Dr» King's Dandelion and Quinine Liver Pills, without Mercury, are d potent remedy ; remove all Liver and Stomntfh Complaiats, BilionsneBa, Headache, Bickueasj ? Shoulder Pains, Heartburn, Indigestion, Con* etipation. Made only in London. Sold every* where. — [Advt.T S0RBEYE8JJ Beyond doubt MO RJtI8*3 IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT 1b at|l the safest, speediest and best remedy iu ez|atence, JBV-r over fiftyjyears itJhaa worked reajjy marvellous oures in jfheae coiont|g, kb teatimifniala ,$111 uhoW. Every J/oneehold Js/ advised ||j ke^0a EfoDoly ;'? alwayQ&in hand, ai^Jjnmediatf^/ apjiy it\$ps|fc. weak^pEB or BoreneBoiu'folt t||rou^f duo^peat!^%. flies^xposure i to heat q§ col§t ex^Bsive fading '^ ,or vv/iting, &o-Kand.,th$B sa|o f qfijher trouble nndLjp oxpenHo. Avoict:'faif'imit^Io...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A PRETTY FLOWER POT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

A PRETTY FLOWER POT. Take a biscuit tin (the long narrow ones arc - . ? the best, as the large square ones are rathe? ; large for one flower-pot, and too deep tqtakfl two of a Bmaller size), and having carefully peeled eff all the paper, take some Aapinall's ' ?. white enamel and cover the tin with i'; boili inside and out. When the paint is dry, add atill another coat, put on rather .thickly .(ft ig not necessary to give the inside a oecond.coat), have ready some small flint; stones, washed and free from dirt. These should be quite small, about the sizj of the little beads /used for' beading lace— not larger, or they will not stick on well — and while the enamel, ia still wet, or to be more correct, in the ' sticky Btage'' sprinkle the stones ail over it and leave it to' dry. Tat another coat ot the enamel, must t$ put on, which covers stones and all ; this will give the tffocfc of rough white china. Nofty once again i while the pot is wet, soattor a little pondered gold or broi ii...

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

BRUSHING CARPETS. To those who know the true inwardness oi things the sight of a housemaid brushing a dusty carpet is suggestive of many evils, sayB the British Medical Journal. The death oj Pasteur has reminded the world of what is constantly present in the thoughts of medical man — namely, that while micro organisms are che gteat producers of disease, dust is the great carrier of micro-organisms. Now that we know those things it is distressing to find how little our knowledge iv put to practical uao, and to flee old customs atill unchanged old hubit which we know to be deatructivt carried or, and to find the houaemald on her knees, with her brush and dustpan, atitrlr g up dust to tbe detriment of everyone, and brotd ing germ-laden particles to her own destruc tion. It needs but a Email amount of common flense to pee that if carpets must continue, a thing greasy to bo deprecated, tbey should hi rubbed with a d.irup cloth rather than brushed and that if, in deference to prejudice, t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

CORNERS. ;. The problem of how to turn ugly corners lato beautiful ones had not waited long for a ?olution (writes Wiegel's Journal of Fashion) when the wave of decorative art broke over our homosteads and carried the elemental crudities of furnishing, bo called, far out into the seas of past time. From Iho thing to be ~\ hidden, the an/?le impooaiblo of treatment, wo began to turn tho corner into a bower of love llaoa*, a retreat of comfort aud fairyland ae imioh rs ooncsntraluJ iogonnily, skill, nud art Could make it, Then ambition reached too far and began crowding all aorta of applicable space, and here the cosy come? must beoome a blot in the room otherwise tasteful. Or again it might ill-match the general scheme, as we have seen on occasions, the corner looking like a transposition from some other room quite unlike the present one. The really artistic cosy corner should preferably match, not contrast wildly with a room, that is, it should partake of the style of furnishing, tb...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE SECRET OF FRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

THE ''.'SECRET OF FRYING. ' The secret of aucsVasful frying, whether of cutlets, rissoles, or fish, lies In the manner in which the egg and breadcrumb Is applied. Egging and breadcrumbing is a very simple matter to tbe cook, but to the amateur a few bints thereon may be useful. When fiah or meat are to be egged or bread crambedj the first essential is that they be thoroughly- dryis?Thid is beat insured by wrapping in 'a clean dry cloth and placing m a .co6f 'piScV soiftitima' before required for cooking. Then dust over slightly with flour U it be fish ; if it bo meat, this Is not neces lary. Have ready ~ Bome fine stale bread crumbs end a thoroughly beaten egg. With » small brush cover lightly and evenly with egg, and then olft the breadcrumbs well overf tarn and serve the other side the same. Some cooks prefer the raspings of a pale eolor to breadcrumbs,' and they are preferable in many eases, ouch as in doing eoles, plaice, whitings, cutlets, &-j.j breadcrumbs being more f...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOUSE. ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

THE HOUSE. OQOS AND -ENDS. Bind meat together with white tape, Instead Of string, before cooking. A. little honey or glycerine, added to gam arable, will -&eep it frrm cracking, and the addition of a small quantity of oil of cloves will prevent ita turning soar. An excellent polish for floors is made of beeswax and turpentine, and if a little sweet oil bo added, it will prevent the floor from be coming dangerously slippery. Stains of black lead are very difficult to re move, bat the following remedy is sometimes successful. Make a paste of Fuller's earth, moistened with water, and spread it over the ?tain, leave it on a short time and then brush off. This process must be repeated more than once. Use a paint brush to apply blacking to the Btove brash ; this will keep the handles of the Stove brushes clean* and render the work less dirty. Newcpapers are useful for polishing a Btove. . Eich i time a bedroom is cleaned the mat tress should be taken off the bed, and all the bars ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND NOTICES. APPROACHING SALES OF CROWN LANDS. SUMMARY OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

JUND NOTICES. APPROACHING SALES OF GROWN LANDS. ? $ ? SUMMARY OF BALES. ? Place. DatoofSale.'^*'* Albury ... ... Feb. 26 858 ' Albury ... ... April 8 49 Balranald ... ... Feb. 26 85S Chrowa ... .. April 8 49 Peniliquia ... ... Feb. 26 858 GrongGrong... ... April 13 49

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. HOMESTEAD AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. Thursday, February 13. homestead areas. ' * At the Crown lands office on Thursday another portion of the Ganmain leasehold area, .county Bourke,1: parish Elliott, was thrown op'en for selection as homestead areas. The area avail able for selection was 833 apres, which wafl divided int) three blocks. There were alto, gether 40 applicants received for the three lots, and each one had to be bullotted for. The buc* cessful applicants were as follows : — Block 68, 300J«», Alexander M'lnnes, 21 appli cants ; block 69, 2*i9£a, Thos. M'Donald, 9 appli cants ; block 90, 273a, Roderick J. Goolan, 10 applicants. CONDITIONAL LEASE. Geo. J. Mulholland, 75a, Bilda.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

ALBURY RAGING CLUB. The secretary of tho Albury Ricirsg Club * , desires to announce that the 26 h Fabruary (Wednesday nex ), at 6 o'clock, ia the laat day tor receiving nominations for the Albnry dip (£50) St. P.trSck'a Handicap (£30). r.nd tha two Hnrdka Rjccp, to be run on Iho 17th and 18 .h March next. , Tha dato fixed for the genetftl eyries la th9 Ifi.h March up to (5 p.aj

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANGARATTA RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

WANGARATTA RACES. ? IP . . The annual meeting of the vVaDgaratta Turf Club was held on Wednesday. There was a good attendance. The racing was the best sceu on the course for many years. Results :— Tbial Stakes.— Florida 1, Wedlock 2, Bonnie Heather 3. fbNY Race— Agnes 1, Hesprin 2, May 3. Wangabatta Tubp Club Handicap.— Bonnie Heather 1, Wicket 2, Rejected 3. Selling Race — Glaniour 1, Diver 2, Colorado 3. Flying Stakes.— Wicket 1, Mab 2, Horiz:n 3. . ' ? . ' ? Handicap Tbot.— Oliver 1, Alice 2, Alone 3. FuBLicANb' Purse — R3doo 1, Blue Eyes 2.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. ALBURY LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. ? «? ? — — ALBUBY LAND OPFIC'F. ? . ? . Thubsday, February 20. homestead selections. . ' M. J. 'Clear, 26a lr 10p, Walbundry.' Patrick Murphy, S6a Or 30p, do '- .. C. B. Meyer. 30a lr 20p, do A. Pertzel, 32* 2r 20p, do Edmund Clear, 142a 2r 25p, do. Ballotted for by four applicants. T. J. Ciear, 141a 3r 21p, do. Ballotted for by three applicants. ADDITIONAL CONDITIONAL PDB0HA8E. Thomas Rome, I84ja, MorveH. ..-..,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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JUNEE RACING CLUB. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. TRAIL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

JUNEE RAGING CLUB. ?fin , ' Fibst Day— Wednesday, Fbbb0AB7 19. thial stakes. Of 16 sovs. Weight for age. For horses that . have never won a prize exceeding 10 sovs. Maiden horses allowed 7 lbs. Six furlongs. Mr. T. Gough's b m Early Dawn, by Sunrise —Sybil, 4yrs, 8.4 (P. O'Brien) ... ... 1 Mr. W. M'Alister's ch g Hector, 2yrB, 6.4 (T. Pegram) ? ? 2 _- Mr. Jas. O'Donnell's b g Widgiewa, 4yrs, 8 4 ' ? . (F.Hoyeted) ? . ... .,. /.,.;' 3 - ? ' Time, lmin. 17sec. FI/JUNG HANDICAP, Of 15 sovs,, second horse to receive 2 sovs. out of the stake. Six furlongs. R; Hoysted's br g Ouden, by Oudeis— Lady ' Hamilton, 4 yrs, 72 (H. Hoysted) ? 1 R. L Lindsay's br g Lindsay, 6 yrs, 7.1 inc.. 3lb over (S. M'Lean) ... ... ... 2 T. Tucker's b g Konning, 4 yrs, 6 12 (L. Brown) ... ? ... ... 3 JUNEE OUP. A handicap of 35 sovs. and trophy valued at £10 10a., presented by Mr. Thos. Fitzpat'rick, M.L.A., second horse to receive 5 sovs. from the stake. One mile and a quarter. N. V. Devlin's b h Ganmain, by 8...

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