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ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL ? -v— ? The ordinary meeting of this body was held on Wednesday evening, the members present being the Mayor and Aldermen Billson, Jones, Adams, Ashby, Chenery, Hodge, and Carkeek. After the usual routine preliminaries, cor respondence was dealt with as follows :— From the Public Works Department, in reply to letter asking for impiovements at the waterworks, stating that before any such im provements could be considered the overdue instalments must bo paid, and that unless this were done at once, the Crown Solicitor would take steps to enforce payment. The Mayor said the statement of accounts asked for had not yet been furnished. He thought the attention of the Department should be called to this fact. Alderman Carkeek suggested that the letter lie over till nest meeting. In that time some information might be obtained as to the action of the Government in regard to Goulburn, The Mayor said Albury was not in the same position as Goulburn, which had ad' mitted ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and also the Centennial . Gold Medals for the Best Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. Wool coming by Train to Narandera and Oorowa Railway Stations will foe taken delivery of and redellvered at said Railway Stations FREB OF ADDITIONAL OHARGB. Trade ^.dds-ess®@B T. GREENFIELD, Also at WODONGA, opposite Bambrick'a Hotel. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, BAIL. INGS, TABLETS, &c, ERECTED in Oemeterieo and Churches, Inscriptions Cat, and general repaira done. Designs and Estimates free of charge, HUME* O U^fDRY ' . ^iALBUBf%/f - ';IV Engf ne-Rmiths. Sawmii^~l»idll]ft($mlp-and Agricultural Machinery. Contractors supplied with Girders, Columns, Verandah, Castings, &c, HorseworkB in stock. CHARLES LAMPITT, Manager. ? JBLTQXm^S: 3BX2OS-, CENERALpCKSn & BUGGY BUILDERS, TO^pSEN^TREET, ALBURY, ' jfNcxy^.^im E. Boberta & Co.) Jk LARGE- STOCK of New and Second-hand XjL BUGGIES on hand. None bat the beBt fcorfcmanshlp guaranteed, GHA...
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896
NOTES ON CURRENT 'EVENTS. Mr. Raid is decidedly going it. A smart man in hia day and generation, tho Premier realises that the tide of public feeling is al ready on the tarn in favor of protection, and he doean'c inteud to be left out in the effiag when the incoming billows of comaionseuee legislation rear their crested heads on the shores of our beautiful harbor. [ Thal'd rather a pretty metaphor by the way.] Accordingly laat week he decided that ouiy Naw South Wales workmen Bhould be employed at Go vernment works. Since then he has an nounced his intention of assisting private enterprise to establish the iron industry by guaranteeing that the Government would pur chase at an advance upon the rate a* which the same material could be Imported.. Now the real meaning of all this is that Mr. Raid is trying to cut out Mr. W. J. Lyne for the Premiership of the next Protectionist Adminis tration. There was an old political epigram to th8 effict that the Tories In England had stolen the cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
'. Sales by Auction, Wo^onga Fortnightly Market. TUESDAY, 3rd MAP.OH, At 11 o'clock sharp. X G. 8HISL3DS nnd Cafwill ^old their nest fj , Market JifrWodonga as atove, when they will yard g '%??%'§. 30 Prime |pat C-§tle .1' i ? 20 S and 4j?year-old Bullocks % SO 3 aud$-year-o%.puUocfes frjm Black Dog ' ??' Crejk ' -^?| %:- SO 3 jm 3-year-old::^}.eers fromffidigo 100 Yokug Cattle m! '% ^. 750 i$ked Sheep ||bm \Jiidgewa ^ 250 Gfossbred Hoggets f fSm Kiew&'. ATbo, immediately after the Cattle Sale, HAliF-ACRE ALLOTMENT, in the Town of Wodonga, on which is erected a two« roomed COTTAGE, at present occupied by Mr. R. KoBchell, all securely fenced nnd well improved. Also, Dray, Chaffcutter, Grindstone, &c. . ? ?-' Tbbm8 Cash. LEASEHOLD LAND FOR SALE. TUESDAY, 3rd MABOH. ATjglffiJwODONGAjsALE YARDS. -0~ W If .-sgg^fe JG, ^^LDS|ndJb. have re^veipn. . BtrrifcfioS|-f ronsMfcir J. G. Bjyis, t$?Bell by public auctid|| as a^sve, about ' ^' 221 acr§| of Uphold liM^ Situated on|i?il...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
/ ac ait ae* -o- k.«sf c^= .aaar '?a?1 wo ^1® st. MR. MAUEIGB PALM, Ctiief Operator and Representative of the City Dental Co*, ; OE 28.3 COLLINS-STEEET, MELBOURNE, ??: :'}- :'- ?'???:? : ? ' ?? ' ' ????? ?' WILL AGAIN ' ' '. . PAY A. VISIT T Q A L B U R Y , MONDAY, TUESDAVWEDNESDAY, AND THIMfflAY, MARCH 16,17, 18, AND 19, SPECIAL NOTICE. Jt^H^JSg A. -Pull Set of Teet|f ^Pfc'^f from one guinea (£l ^^KMlM^T A is.) to ten guinlfi £f# flll^Jlr] (£10 10s); IP V1* -^ l-'-- fjgsV^ /IPECIAL H0T1CE SPlffi iK^ull Set of Teeth f^Oiffips^'from one guinea (-£1 ISiRP -^ is) to ten guineas Combination 18-carat Gold PJiable Plates at £t Jla. full set. Unexcelled for wear and comfort. Painlessly fitted by Patent Atmospheric Suction5 Without claspa or springe. Guaranteed FOB lOraABa. _ £j All extractions guaranteed Absolutely Painletifby a Special Process used so successfully for /ears only by Mr. MAURICE PALM. Plates fitted without unnecessary extractions of stumps, if required. Perfect mastication,...
WALBUNDRIE V. HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
WALBUNDRIE v. HUON. The Walbundrie farmers met the Haon boys - at Burrumbuttock last Saturday. The toss was ? won by the Huon boys, and to the bats they ' went, putting up a splendid total of 77. Wal bnndrie then went to work, and after getting their wickets lashed down by Mr. T. Schulz's bowling they managed to get 19. Walbundrie^ again went to the wickets, and put up a total of ' 38 runs, Huon thus winning the match, A ball was presented to the winning team by Mr. Day on behalf of Mr. Billson. Another match was arranged for Saturday week next. Scores : — Walbundkib. First Innings. Second Innings. ? ' Henni8, b Schulz ... o b T. Schulz ,„ o W. Lucas, run out 2 b T. 8chulz '* 13 C. SchuTz, b Schn'z 0 b H. Hall ? '. 9 A. bchulz, b Schulz 0 b T. Schulz ... 1 T. Griffiths, not out 3 run oat ... ?'* 0 -, Patterson, b SchuJz 2 c and b T. Srhulz'..' - 0 B Lucas, how. ... 2 1 bw., b R Hall ... 0 A. Gibbons.b Schuiz 0 b T. Schu'z '2 ' ' Alf. Gibbons, b Hall 0 bB Hall ... '... S ?- Ad SchuJz...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS BY TEN WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. ? VI0TOBIA v. SOUTH AUSTBALIA. ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS BY TEN '. WICKETS. I The intercolonial cricket match between the above was commenced in Melbourne on Friday ? and ended on Monday in a hollow victory for South Australia, who won by ten wickets. The wicket was in very bad order owing to the rain, and this accounted for the collapBe of the Vic torians. Saores are as follows :— Victoria. ' ? ' First Innings. C. M'Leod, c Darling, b Jonpq ... - „' a W Bruce, st M'Kenaia, b Giffja ' ' ''- 10 ' '' H. Trott, run out ... ... .„, '''/is ' H Graham, c Ferris, b Jones ? *'i'''6 J. Worrall, c M'Kenzie, b Jone3 ''-**': n~ A. E Trott, b Giffdn ... „', ..' - 'A 22 F. Laver, ruu out ? ..! ? '' 50 H. Trumble, c M'Kenzie. b GifEen ..'. ''' lft R. M'Leod, 0 Hill, b Giffen ? ' ;-'-| .? J. Carlton, not out ? '^ '; 17 A. E. Johns, run out ... „, - ',, ? '' -^q Byes, 4 5 lfg bjes;7 ? , 'm] u Total ? ... ? ;££, . Second Tnninga. H. Trumble, o M Kenaie, b Jonps ... '... 0 A. E. Jo...
SALE AT GRONG GRONG. MONDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
SALE AT GRONG GRONG. Monday, April 13. Seventy-eight town lots, mostly J-acre. ranging from £4 to £30. per lot. See Banner 3lat January. 8UBUBBAN LOTS. Portions 92, 93, and 94 of la 2r I9p. la, and la respectively, parish Lupton. Upset prices, £6 10s, £3 103, and £H 10a respectively per lot Portions 146 t ) 180, from 2r 5p to 5a Or 20p, parish Berrembed. Upstt p.ic. s, from £2 10s to j613 per lot.
UNLOCKING AND EXCHANGING THE LANDS. AREAS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
UNLOCKING AND EXCHANGING THE LANDS. ? -o ? AREAS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE IN THE DISTRICT. In reference to the exchanges and surrender of Crown lands in the neighbourhood of this tiwn, as will be seen by the subj jined letter re o jived by our member from the UnderSecre * tuy.for Lands thera a-e in the four holdings, viz ;?— Ooree, Wunnamurra, Yanko, and Now ranie, 42 000 acres, already exchanged, or nego tiating for same. Tha letter is as follows : — Department of Lands, * Sydney, 13th February, 1896. Sir, — In reply to your personal inquiry re specting certain exchanges, I have the honor to inform you : — 1st. — Yanko, No. , 421 — The area on which rent was paid is 6030 acres. An exchange, which includes all the available lands on the leasehold area, has been approved by the Minister, after being favourably reported on by the Boaid. IostructionB were issued to the Dis trict Surveyor on 30th January, 1896, to carry out survey of the exchange lands. 2nd — Noweronie, No. 673 — All the Cr...
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday, February 26. The ruling prices are as follow: — Pork, fjd to 6d per lb; mutton, ljd to 3Jd do; beef, 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry.— Fowls, 3a to 4a per pair j ducks, 3a to 5 s per pair ; geese, 3s 6d to 6a per pair ; turkeys, 6s t3 14s per pair. Dairy Produce. — Cheese, 4d to 9d per lb ; eggs, lid to Is 3d per dozen ; butter, 9d to la Id per lb ; bread, 6d to 7d per 4lb loaf ; honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 5d per quart ; ham, 7d to lOd per lb j bacon, 6d to 8d do.
SALE AT ALBURY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
SALE AT ALBURY. Wednesday, Apbil 8. town lots. Allotments 3, 4, 5, and 6 of section 14 lr 20p, lr 2Op, lr 13|p, and 2r respectively, parish Ger manton, Upset prices, £5 6s, £5 5s, £5 5s, and £7 respectively per l«t Section 17 of 2r, parish Germanton. Upset price, £7 per lot,
WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
WACCA FARMERS' MARKET. Messrs. Tompson, Ma-nning-, and Jeremy re port having held their usual weekly sale on Saturday last. The following are the prices realised : — Poultry.— Fowls, from Is 3d to Ia 9d per pair, young, 91 to Is per pair ; ducks, Is 6d to 2s ; turkeys, young, 3s to 4s 6d per pair. Dairy Produce.— Butter, fresh, la Id perlb ; eggs, to lid per doz ; honey, 2lb tins 10& each. Fruit.— (Jrapes, Is to la 2d per quarter case, 2s 9d per big case ; peaches, Is to Is 6d per caoe; eating apples, Is per quarter case, cooking apples ,1s per quarter case ; figs, to 6d per small case. Vegetables.— Tomatoes, 6d ta Is 6d per caBe ; cucumbers, 6d to iOd per doz ; water melons, 9s . - per doz. Farm Produce. — Oats, 3s 6d per bushel j chaff, 3s 61 per cwt ; fowl wheat, 3s per bushel,
SALE AT COROWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 8. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
SALE AT COROWA. Wednesday, Apbil 8. couhtby lots. Portion 78 of 80 i,parieh More^ringer. Upset price, £1 5b 91 per acre (including £3, value cf improvements) Portion 84 of 4O.i parish Morebringer. Upset price, £1 5s per acre Portions 72 and 73 of 55 1 aud 70a 2r respec tively, parish Wongataong. Upset prices. £1 8.) 6d and £1 6s 9d respectively per acre. (Upget prices include value of improvements, rs fol lows -—Portion 72, £9 103 ; portion 73, £5 103.) Porion 114 of 43,i, parish Narrow PlaicB. Upset price, £1 5a per acre.
CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBUEY F0BTN1GHTLY MABKET. Messrs. Chas. L. Griffith and Co. report haying held held their usual fortnightly market on Wednesday, 26th inst , when they yarded 260 cattle and 2500 sheep to a good attendance of buyers Cattle. — They yarded 250 head, of which about 100 consisted of useful to prime beef, all qualities being represented, and the remainder chiefly low condition bullocks from Monaro. They bold best pens of bnllocks, prme and heavy £6 to £? CMr. J. W. Grieve's, Bur.gowanriah Park, bullocks which were much admired for their breeding and quality, selling to £7, averaging £6 148, the highest average made in this market for some time), others from £4 ; steers, from £3 to £4 ; best pens beifere, light weights £3 to £4, others from £2 10s ; fat calves (which were in heavy supply) to £1 53, extra prime and heavy to £2 j store bullocks in low condition to £2 4s. A complete clearance wag tff rcted . They Hold drafts for Messrs. T. A. Heriot, B. L....
NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 5th March : — District of Corowa. Counties Townsend and Denison, parishes Wonnne and Woperana. Two lots, See Banner 21st February. Courty Denison, parish Woperana. Six lotB. See Banner 21st February. District of Forbes. County Forbes, parishes Bandon and Mulyandry. Two lots. See Banner 7tb February. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 12th Maroh. :— District of Wagga, County Mitchell, parish Arajoel, Two lots, See Banner 2lBt February. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 19th March : — District of Cootamundry Central. County Clarendon, parish Hurley. Six lots. See Banner 7th February. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and afttr 26ih March :— District of Forbes. County Forbrs, parish Bra...
YOUNCHUSBAND AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
YOUNCHUSBAND AND CO.'S REPORT, Albuby Fortnightly Mabket. Younghusband and Co. Ltd. report having held their usual fortnightly sale on Wednesday, 26th Ftbruarv, -at the Albury municipal sale yards, when they yarded and disposed of 17.000 fat and store sheep and 50 fat cattle. The attendance of buyers was good, and owing to late rains the demand for sheep of all classes was improved. Fat cattle were in good request, and prime quality excited keen competition. Fat Sheep. — Best merino wethers 6a 9d to 7s 6d, others 43 to 5s 3d, beet crossbred wethers 7s 6i to Si, medium weights 63 6d, best crossbred ewes 6a 63 to 7s 6d, Iamb3 4s 6d to 5s Id. Fat Cattle. — Best bu licks £6 10a to £7, good £5 7-* 61 to £6, lipht weights £3 14s to £4 12s 6d, best cowb £3 15a to £4 23 6cl, others from 50s, calves 20s to 403. Store Sheep. — We Bold 15,700, chieflz ewes, a few small lines of young sheep being forward as well. Merino enes 23 4d to 3s 3d, crossbred weacers 3s 3d, merino wethers (low condition...
LANDS OFFICE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
LANDS OFFICE DAY. Of the Grown lands which became available on 20th a cnsiderable area was selected. HomeBtead selections were applied for as fol lows : — Albury, six blocks, comprising 410 acres ; Armidale, one of 40 acres ; Barmedman, three, comprising 1138 acres; Oampbolltown, one of 23 acres ; Oassilifl, four, comprising 204J acres ; Bdon, of 69J acres ; Gunnedah, four, comprising 1760J acres; N&rrandera, one of 40 acres; Tam worth, one of 319.} acres; and Windsor, t-vo block?, comprising 112.J acres— making a total of 24 applications, comprising 41 1(5 J acres. Three settlement leases were applied for cora ':' prising 10,328 acres, two farms' at Gunnedab comprising 5208 rcren, and one at Hay of 5120 acres. Besidus tbe above, fi528| acres were applied for at conditional purchases and conni tional !e»Bf:n in 10 different Inn I distiicts. The total number of Jipplicutious for homrsteud selection* find ac-Ulumont lcisen made since, the Crown Lands Act of 1P95 came into oper...
SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
SUMMARY OF LAMPS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. The following areas were eet apart during the week ending Saturday, 22nd inst., for homestead selection : — Boorowa land district, within the population area of Boorowa, 433 acres, in 4 blocks j areas range from 80 to 147 acres ; distant 2 miles from Boorowa ; capital value, 40j. per acre ; will be available 23rd April, 1896. Narandera land district, on Grong Grong holding, 1078 ncres, in 12 blocks ; areas range from 80 to 113 acres ; distant £ to 2 miles from Grong Grong and 13 miles from Nirandera ; capital value, 60a per acre ; will be available 23rd April, 1896. Urana land district, on Bandure holding, 5927 acres, in 9 blocks; areas range from 594 to 740 actes ; distant 22 miles from Jerilderie ; capital value*, 47s, to 59s, per acre j will be available 23rd April, 1896. Walcha land district, within the population area of Walcha, 2914 acre3, in 14 blocka ; at-' as range from 96 to 320 ceres ; distant 13 to 15 mil.-iS from Walcha-road rai...