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PIRATES V. RIVERINA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

PIRATES V. RIVERINA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. An interesting and exciting match took place on the Albury ground on Saturday last between these teams. The school team was captained by B.; Merbach, and B, Cox acted as ' skipper' for the Pirates, The Pirates batted first, and taade a bad start, having loot five wickets for 36 runs ; B. Cos, who played with a fair amount of confidence, making 13 Doughton and Foord getting together made a good stand, and carried the score to 90 before a separation took place. Doughton was the first to loose possession of his wicket, being caught by Mer bach rf£ Johnson, after making 21 runs by Bound cricket. Shortly afterwards Foord was given out leg before, his contribution of 36 having been made by goid free play, H. Hamilton put up a sore of 27 runs in less than 10 minutes, when he was cleaned bowled by Lionel Griffith. The rest of the team did not add many to the score, and the innings closed for 129. Lionel Griffith was the most successful bowler — and he bow...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANTON V. WOOMARGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

GERMANTON V. WOOMARGAMA, The following match was played at Germanton on Saturday last, which resulted in a win for Germanton bv an innings and 15 runs. Jas. B-uce with 31 (top scorer) made by first-class cricket, Geo. Forbes 29, and G. T. S. WilsoL 18 were the principal scorerB. W. J. Bruce ond G. Forbes did the bowling for Germanton. W J. Bru^e secured 9 wickets for 31 runs and ForbeB 7 for 38. Scores ,— . W00MAB(JAMA. First Innings, Second Innings. W. Hicks, o and b Forbes ? 3 b Forbes .„ ... 3 J, Smith, o and b o Wilson, b J. W. Forbes ? 0 Biuoe ? 1 W. Craig, run out... 25 b J. W. Bruce ... 18 G. B. Moss, c Bent, b Haynes ... 3 b Forbes ... ... 1 A. Hicks, o and b ? Forbes ? 0 b Forbes ... ... 0 H. Dexter, b J. W. Bruce ? 0 b Forbea ... ... 0 F. Haynes, c Cox, b J. W. Bruco ... 4 b Forbes ... ... 4 O. Phillis, c P. c P. Purtell, b J. W. Purtell. b Bruce 9 Bruce ... ... 0 Cain, c P. Pnrtell, b J. W. Bruce ... 0 not out ... ... 7 J. Podmore, not out 1 o P. Purtell b J. W. Bruce .,,...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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GUNDOWRING V. SANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

GUNDOWRING V. SANDY CREEK. This match was played at Sandy Creek on Saturday, 22nd February, and was won by Gundowring by 16 runs. This is the third match between these clubs this season, Gnndow ring having won two of them. Scores :— Sandy Ceeek. T. Sutherland, b J. Barton ? ._ 2 Roxby, b Skewes ? ? 21 M'Grath, b J. Barton ? „ ... 2 Loftus, st Ske^es 1M ... ... ..', 21 D. Sutherland, b Barnes ... „, ... 8 Coulston, b J. Billsborrovr ? 5 L. Wright, b R, Barton ? 6 J. Sutherland, o B*rton, b J. Billsborrow. ... 10 A. Briddon, b J. Billaborrow ? ... 0 Shiels, b J. Barton ? - ... . ?.;. 8 Mlntosh, not out ? ? 2 Sundries ? . ... ... ... 3 Total ... ? 88 GUNDOWBINO. Whitehead, b Roxby ? l J. Barton, Bt M'Grath ? ? 6 R. Crosthwaite, c D. Sutherland, b M Grath 1 Reed, lbw, b Loftus ... ... ;„ ... 24 J. Billsborrow, b A. Briddon .... ... ... 14 Skewes, c M'Grath, b Loftus ... ... ... 1 W. Bilhborrow, c J Sutherland, b A, Briddon 6 H. Orosthwaite, not out ? 28 R. Barton, c J. Sutherland, b A. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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AN ASHANTEE PLOT. FRUSTRATED BY SIR WILLIAM MAXWELL. LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

AN ASHANTEE PLOT. FRUSTRATED BY SIR WILLIAM MAXWELL. London, February 23. Sir William Maxwell, the Governor of ? the Gold Coast Colony, who entered Coomassie with Sir France Scott, and remained in occupation with 600 Houssa troops after the fall of the city, has, by his prompt action, quelled a threatened insur* rection. It was discovered that a body of Ashantee warriors, 8000 strong, were massing on the outskirts of the town with the inten tion of makingfan attack upon the British garrison. Sir William Maxwell at once arrested the whole of the personal attendants and advisers of the deposed King Prempoh, who has already been deported and interned in the fort of Elmina, thereby stopping the threatened rising at once.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SHOCKING COLLIERY ACCIDENT. A CAGE PALLS DOWN A SHAFT. EIGHTY MEN KILLED. LONDON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

SHOCKING COLLIERY ACCIDENT. A. CAGE FALLS DOWN A SHAFT. EIGHTY MEN KILLED. London, February 21. A shocking accident has occurred in a coal-mine at the town uf Leigh, near Manchester. A cage filled with miners was being lowered down the shaft when the rope broke and the cage was precipitated to the bottom, with the result that 80 men were killed. It is alleged that the accident was caused by the overginding of the rope.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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TERRIBLE DISASTER IN PORTUGAL. FIRE AT AN ARTISTS' BALL. FORTY-THREE LIVES LOST. LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

TERHIBLE DISASTER IN PORTUGAL. . ? ? : ? «- ? FIRE AT AN ARTISTS' BALL. FORTY-THREE~LIVES LOST. London. February 20. A terrible disaster occurred laBt night at an artists' ball at Santarem, a town in Portugal, 46 mile9 from Lisban A fire broke out in the building, and on the alarm being given a great panio ensued. Many persons leaped from the windows into the street below and were killed, while a number of men who attempted to rescue those who were in danger were overtaken by the flames and perished. Altogether the- coipses of 43 victims have been found. King Carlos is showing his sympathy for the families of tho?e who have perished by visiting them in person.

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CABLEGRAMS. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE. HUNDREDS OF VICTIMS. DAMAGES £1,000,000. LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

CABLEGRAMS. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OF DYHAMITE. HUNDREDS OF VICTIMS. DAMAGES £1,000,000. London, February 20. A faarfal explosion of 50 tons of dyna mite has ocourred in one of the poorer sabnrba cf Johannesburg. Handreds of houses have been blown to pieces and several hundred persons have been killed, principally kaffirs, Hindoos, and the poorer class ofDdtcb. The explosion has made a hole in the ground 200k. long, 50fb. wide, and 80ft. (Lep. The total amount of the damage done is estimated at £1,000,000. An appaal in aid of the suffdrera has re ceived a generous response. The funds in aid of the sufferers has now reached the Bam of £100,000. President Kruger, who has been elected president of the relief committee, has thanked the residents on the Hand for their great generosity. In addition to the amount contributed by the public, the Government of the Transvaal Republic has granted a sum of .£25,000 in aid of the sufferers. Her Majasty the Q leen has sent a cable message to Johannesb...

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TEMORA ANNUAL RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

TEMORA A»AL SfACES. I Beautiful weaiker favored the opening day's 11 racing of the above club's annual meeting on §f| Wednesday. The meeii g was fair. Small W- fields were, however, the order of the day. The Jm following are the results : — ||| Maiden Plate.— Grandbar 1, Inverness 2, m: P.J. 3. . M Selling Bacb.— Pretender 1, Mimosa 2 W' Grandbar 3. v - ^ Temoba Handicap — Konnitig 1, Ganmaia El 2, Boneydew 3. jm Railway Handicap. — Mastertop 1, Barlight K 2, Remission 3. m}, Wblteb Handicap— Goldleaf 1, Remirioa K 2, Mimosa 3. ? m

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

The Publishers' Circular states that the . I number of new books published ia Eng- « 1 ?and ia tbo course of last year waB 5581,.. ' I and of new editions 935, making a total I of 6510 publications. By dividing these , I works into thir een classes, an idea ia ? I given of the kinds of literature which 1 make up th's total. 'In the educational, I classical, and philological class, 6(50 new I books were 'published1, and 111 ne\V 1 editiot-e. ' ' 'I '??'.. . ...JJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

Special Advertisements. THE MUTUAL OF NEW YORK. 'Z. ESTABLISHED 1843. -Jr -iSipAL MANAGER AUSTRALASIA. ^ATEMElfT FOjl 1895. (JS|t receiv|| by speci^cabla.) Income!.. M- ??? Jp9,975.000 SurphgfL. JjjL ... Jp£5,500,000 .~^^^f\.. m. ? £45,400,000 Insurance jm Force. £184,000,000 New BuslJIss actu ally Pai||dlscard ing inc(#iplete) ... £30,000,000 Not Gain in Insur ance in Force ... £12 500,000 Increase of Assets over Previous year, £3,3:00,00®. AUSTRALASIAN DEAD OFFICE: Company's Buildings, MARTIN-PLACE & PITT-ST., SYDNEY, N.S.W. BUCHANAN'S '' Ho J|e c I l^ffizng \S| 0 o mijions Jr %A-¥J x± J,^ 3 IL ± . cromr flaokie, PHARMACEUTICS/ -: OJ'iMIST, DEAN-S7 ^:1 -% ? ./5L 3£n 3ES TO' 32S' *C^-ir— —

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY—MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBaUABY-MA-SCH J Ban. Moon. J D»ys. — — ? 0 Rises. Sets, Rises. Seta. tJ .M. B K D .M. n.M. ?8 Friday M -. -8471 043A 150m J9 Sginrfav .. '.. ..6570 1 13 6 6 1 2nd Sunday in lent ..6 8 6 58 7 41 7 22 2 Monday ? 6 7 6 57 8 tO 8 37 8 Tuesday ? 0 8 6 55 8 1L 9 52 4 Wednesday .. .. 6 9 6 B4 9 17 11 8 5 Thursday .. .. .'. 6 10 6 61 9 69 12 22.A Melbeurne mean time. Moon'h Phases- Full moon. February Z9th, 6.51 a.m.; last quarter. Marcb 6th. 9 20 p.m.; new moon. l«rh. 8 48 p.m. ; first qHarter, 22nd, 0 57 p m. ; fall moon. 39th 3.21 p.m AND WODONQA EXPRESS. . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1896.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

The result of the 'Waverley election, though giving another vote to the Minis terial party, can hardly be claimed aa a victory for the Ministerial policy. On the contrary it ia a rather significant Bi'gn of a reversion of feeling that haa already taken place, even in the metropolis, where the benefits of free trade in comparison with its disadvantages may be expected to show most in favor of Cobdenisiru At the last general election the voting was as follows : — Fbbb Tbade. A. Cameron ? 622 A.Allan ... ... ... ... 299 Total ? ... ... 9il Pboteoxion. T. Barlow ? ... ... 466 Ailan ... ... ... ... 45 Total ,„ ... ... ... 611 JP bat ia to say, eight mo&tbs ago, in a total of 1432 votes, the freetraders had the enormous majority of .410. In the election just concluded the total votes recorded were 1386, of which the Minis terial candidate polled exactly 5 more than half. It is not, of course, claimed that Sir Henry Pabkes's supporters were entirely composed of protectionists ; but...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

SEASICKNESS. /' 'jf' There ia /fining I'Lj'Vp lie's Schp.'.ops fQSw&&'.4i**LVdS& avoid or nllet&to th.k ty'J eshilmn-^tiR *wW**^&SP ptropg^nip^iSuyl^r'.'./mtBCt, ??;-'? J$.W ^ff

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THE P. AND A. SOCIETY'S GRAIN PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

THE P. AMD A. SOCIETY'S GRAIN PRIZES. The prizes offered by the Pastoral and Agri cultural Society for neieals were awarded by the judge, Mr. JohnWearne, o.s follows : — Wheat— A. Balme, 6l£lb., I ; It. .Leahy, 63g b., 2 ; J. G. Klemke, 63ilb , 3 ; H. W. Howard, G-iMb,! ; G. Blnkely, 63ilb.,5 ; H. W. Howard, 63£lb., 6. Best sheaf of wheat — H. and O. Doaglca, 1 ; H. W. Howard, 2. Barley— J. White, 1 ; H. and C. Douglas awarded third prizo Tho samplcn awarded lar, 2nd and 3rd pr:n»B for wheitt were to nearly Gqn«l ia quality (.hat tbe judge had to determine hia award by ihe weight.

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REPORT OF A VISIT TD THE MURRUM-BIDGEE EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

REPORT OF A VISIT TO THE MURRUM BIDCEE EXPERIMENTAL FARM. (By J. D. Lankkstbb) The members of the Albury Vine and Fruit growers' Association having heard a great deal about experiments being conducted at the above farm, and from enquiries in August last, when Mr. Benson delivered his last lecture, arranged for a vieit of inspection in February. After a postponement a start was made by express train on Tuesday, the 18th inst. , when Messrs. J. F. Boadle, J. Frauenfelder, W. B. Wilson, P. A. Buchhorn, llna. Plummer, J. Colquhoun, B 0. Lankester. J. R Kennedy, J. T. Wilson, together wiih 0. J. Morton, one of the vice-preside-its of the flseociation, and the writer. Mr W, 8 Ohauncy, who was until recenUy a prominent member of th-3 Albury P, A. ar,d H. Society, alsovidited the fa'in during the day. Our pre. Bidont, the Hon G, Day, was unable to meet us, and many others who hnd intended joining the party were preveuted, and unfortunately lost the benefit; of a good objacfc lesson. Arrivin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

? Wanted. ? 4 DVEBTISER WANTS SITUATION Would accept either sulary or share in crop. C. H. ROLLACK, Temora E 0. ISS MACNAMARRA'S Regietry Office, Ollve-atree^-WANTED, all kinds of Domestic Scrvan|Mt||Eo Married Couples and Governesses. Alf .-^nnj^'applications mart have enclosed x$jg& tntim one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence, RS. LAWSON'S^REGISTRY OFFICE, Smollett-streetS^-WANTED, all kinds of ' Domestic ServantB.jflalBOv^MarTied Cougliea .and Governesses. AUcganJ^^agElicatiisS&iBaus't have enclosed with thjfm^one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. RS. BURTON'S REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-street (jus? below the Rose Hotel). WANTED, all kindff- g| Domestic Servants, Married CoupIeB, Rn4/|te\%neBij§3?'^All country . applications must hai^aencioted with them one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. Terms moderate. Also, a respectable House for young girls awaiting situations, RS. HOPPER'S REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SEBVAp?8,N£|.l,SellG's Terrace...

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ALBURY WOOL, HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

ALBURY WOOL, HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. The Rivebina Wool, Hide, and Pboduob ' '- - Co. Ltd. report : — We held our regular Bale on Friday laBt, 21st inet. A very large number of buyers both from Melbourne and Sydney were in attendance, and the competition between them was very keen. The catalogue waa large, com prising 30 bales and 60 sacks of wool, 6000 sheepskins, 500 hides, and 15 tons of tallow, ' with a fair supply of marsupials, horsehair, bees wax, &o. The wool offered consisted chiefly of lambs and late shorn lots of stragglers. Merino tiold to 7£d, crossbred lambs 7Jd, merino do 7d, piec a 4|a, bellies SJd, locks 2d. For sheep Bkins the bidding w»s very animated, and prio.es obtained wore from Id to 1 Jd per lb higher than last sale Full woolled skins Bold to 5§d for best, medium 4Jd to 5d, lambs 4d to 4Jd. Pelt? sold for best .4d to 4g-l per lb, medium 3d to 3$d, bare, weevily and damaged 2d to 2|d. Hides were a shade easier than last sala ; 62lb Bold to B£d p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

? Shippiag. ? ?jyTESSAGERIE S MA.BITIMBS, SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO AND PARIS, Steamers of 6500 tons, under postal contract with the French G -vernment, calling at MEL BOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, COLOMBO, SUE2, and POET SAID, will be despatched as follows : — .§ ? ^ ? r» ?* '% Steamfe. J^tefle^oon/ j p m. noon. ABMAmi~B& *$ 0 .. p*3|& HIO M ... PfiMentsi' Mar. g» MM.728 War. SO AUSTBSfLIEN. VHttSW UprlHtK .$#125 Apl. 27 V d«y|lOTAi viascSaf «a^- iMly 2i May 25 POLY/fKSIEN. Bouljil |Jun$4$IMine 20 J ne 23 ? tit ? i ? ''^ ? ?-' ''fry Pallage ifowsfy^p25 to £7aMnclnai;:g table wineK If If Return tickets,fjvailable for*i) or 12 months, at reduced rateg/^ English sp^pn on board. Upon arrival/Jft Marseilles, English interpre ters meet the/|asseijgers for London and give them every assistance in landiug and pasBir.g their luggage through the Customs, &c , and also accompany thsm to Paris and Calais For further particulars apply at the Com pany'B Offices, Qutan'a C...

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A SENSATIONAL SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

A SENSATIONAL SHOOTING CASE. A sensational case of shooting occurred at the auction-mark of Messrs. H*rcoirrt and Co., Wel lington (N Z.), on Tuesday afternoon. A section belonging to Karl Locker, over which Messrs. G Morbnry and Trevor, builders, held a mortgage, was to be offered for sale. Shortly before the commencement of the sale Mrs. Locker entered the room, and drawing a revolver from her pocket fired two shots in rapid succession at Mr, Morbury, one of them paBsirg through his chest. She was then secured. The wounded man's depositions have been taken, and his condition is precarious. The woman's husband was also arreBted. _ A drowning fatality occurred at Bingogee on Sunday by which a nra 1 named John Flaaagan 1 )st his life. It appears that the deceased had been drinking at Matte'sHotel, and leaving there attempted to wade across the river. On reaching the middle he was seen to struggle, and one of his mates went to his assistance on horseback, but on catching hold of Flana...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

THE RABBIT PEST. At a meeting of the Wogga Pastures and S:ock Protection Board on Tuesday resaluticns were carried drawing attention to the alarming rate at which rabbits are increasing and spread, ing easterly, threatening roin to overrun the entire colouy, urging that fresh legislation be enacted to cope with the pest, and recommend in«r the carriage by rail of live rabbits to market, thus stimulating the curing of them for export, which would then result in their being readily purchased by consumers, with the certain know ledge that tho rabbits had not been poisoned, Wily Money-lender — 'You want .£100; hera'3 \hi money ! I charge you 5 per cunt. a moutb. As you waut it for a year that just loaves £40 coming to you.' Iunocent Bit rower — u Then if I wanted it tor two years the: §'i be apnjQtbJug coining to you, eh '

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