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ALLEGED WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

ALLEGED WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY. The Clear Hills CDrrespocdent of the Jerilderie Herald says :— ' A large area will be put under crop this season, and as the Civil Service Commissioners are about to start on their inquiry it is the inten tion of some of our residents to bring under their notice, through proper chan nels, the waste of public moneys ia- the Water Supply Department. We have ;| had S'ime dozens of inspections by yari- |i ous officers of places on the Clear Hills- 'I Jerilderie Road with the object of put- , I ting down a tank, to enable us to trav.el.to , I Jerilderie instead of having to go to § Corowa, an extra distance of 10 miles. . 1 No suitable place has yet been discovered, ''? though it can be readily surmised that the ;'§ wages cf inspectors v* ill cost more than 1 any resident tauksinker would charge to 1 pick out the spot, and accept at the same ,1 time the responsibility that it will hold.' I

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

FATAL ACCIDENT. A short time since James Hen.viT.ej 15 years old, son of Mr. Charles Heuville, of the Two Mile Creek, fell off a tree ia ! which he had been 'bird nesting,' and ! hurt his knee cap, and showing no appearance of getting better, Mrs; Hen- . j ville took the lad to Sydney to get j further medical advice (say.s the Braid- 1 wood paper). She then learned wbafc she was informed by the medical men here, that the bone was wasting away, and that the only chance of saving the buy's life was to have a surgical operation, performed on him. To this she con sented, but the patient did not survive long after it. He died on Friday last. The poor lad was very unfortunate, having a short time before he -hurt his knee lost the sight of one of his eyes, the result of a gun accident.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHEEP-STEALER'S SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

A SKEEP-STEALER'S SURPRISE. ; Sheep -stealing has been prevalent in ,'Bf the Delegate district for some time past, ;E| and latterly a man who was suspected ill was watched for several nights by the. Jm police. On Saturday night jUst aftec Hi dark they observed a mau round Up some £1 sheep ia one of the Delegate Statioa !«§ paddocks. He caught two and slaugh- ;ffij tered them, and while in the act Of dress* j§| ing one the police crept close upon him, fm when his dog gave the a'arm. Observing ip the constable, the man rushed for his W& horse, and made good hs escape, owing to p? a fence intervening. The p. lice followed p him next day, and succeeded iu arrest- 0* ing him. He was secreted in a hollow- jP tree, the police being guided to his hiding* W'. place by the culprit's dog, , pi

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DIFFICULTIES A HOSPITAL NURSE HAS TO FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

THE DIFFICULTIES A HOSPITAL NURSE HAS TO FACE. There are many of both kinds— expected and unexpected. .. First of all, as regards the work, no excuse is taken ; and with children so many unforeseen thlcgs occur that you wonder how ever you are to get your dutie* done. Here is a baby who haB to be fed every two hoars ; bat it refuses to take a drop, and you must stand coexins it, while heaps o* other things are waiting to ba ddne. Your ateara-kettle is almost empty, and the doctor or Bister may coma in any minute to do a dressing. K'd time to give the steam-tent child Its brandy, and there are the two bairns you washed and drcBsed so carefully an hour ago as black and untidy as if they had spent o whole day in a coal-box. Then, especially for the now probationer, lt Is often very difficult to take orders from one who has no right to give such to you. It in bard to remain silent when you are blamed for some one else's fault, which very often occurs and to keep your temper when you com...

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

ARTISTIC FLOOR-STAININQ. Floor-staining instead of carpets has become '80 popular of late that I think a few hints to ?my readers as to bow to vary their borders may not be amiss (remarks a London writer) I saw a capital idea the other day in a email smoking-room belonging to a friend of mine Tae fl )or was stained brown in the usual way' and a diamond pattern. 4'n. across and 3in from point to point, was carried down the centie and painted over. with black enamel. You Muet cat your diamonds oat on stiff cardboard and keep them on the floor while you stain round them. It is necessary to be careful that your cardboard diamonds are perfect in shape otherwise the pattern will not look well. When you have finished the middle of the border, cut some of your diamords in half and make a border with- them round the sides of the room, the points being turned in* wards towards the diamonds in the middle Of course, this style of decoration can be carried out in a variety of ways. For instance,...

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

HINTS FOR THE LAUNDRY. Blue flannel can be easily washed by the fol lowing method : —Boil a quarter of a pound of yellow bar eoap in three quarts of water,slic ing the soap into thin shavings, and letting, it boil until it is all dissolved. Fill a tub with lukewarm water, and add enough of the hot soapsuds to make a good lather. Dip the funnel in and rub it well, but do not tub aoap upon it, for it will leave a white mark. Wring bat well with the bands. Wash in another w'afer with a little more of tbe soapsuds , it ifc is much soiled.' Then ring it again and rinse in lukewarm water, to which some indigo has been added. Shake out thoroughly after wringing, and dry in the shade until damp enough. to iron on tbe wrong Bide; Colored woollen or cotton stockings can be washed in the same way, and rinsed in strong salt and water, to keep the colors from run* ning. In washing light colored cambrlcR, take a teaspoonfui of alum and dissolve it in enough lukewarm water to rinaa a dress. Dip th...

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

FASHION AND FANCY. The woman who stood with her hands in the washtub and looked out on to the street to see the gaily dressed crowd go by and cried for frivols and fravols, had a desire that mfght easily be gratified if she were living in this good year, 1896. Fur there was never a timo in the memory of womankind when ruffl-a and puffs and frills and furbelows, little stripes of this and little bands of that, lcz;nges, dia monds and cubes of one material set upon another and every imaginable caprice of traal, effects, had reached such a pitch as is evident to-day in the newest models. And the general makeup is withal veiy pretty, at least it is dressy, and that pasBeB for the same thing. Simplicity and severity are done aw&y wllh except in tho strictly made tailor costume? that are still approved, and one of which is an indispensable addition to the wardrobe of every well-dressed woman. Braiding and cording are agaiu coming into popu'arity, while em broidery and fancy embroi...

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

THE PROFESSION OF WIFE. 0! the three distinctively natural womanly profession?, thooe of wife, mother, and bouse. wife, that of wife has been comparatively neglected of late years. Oa the other hand, moiherbood and housewifery have attained the dignity of Eciencee. The periodical litera I; ire of to-dav teems with special advice and instruction to those holding thsue professions. Now it must bo submitted that women have bBcome mothers ai.d housekeepers altogethor tco much. Young children must be properly c e & for, and bomso tnuet bo c -red aud kept hy ffpouta, Tata io nacpabtsdly **«--» Bin to be a complete mother and housekeeper is not the end and aim of every woman's existence even though she is married and has children. Many woman have thought so, and in carrying out their idea have submerged mind and body, believing such sacrifice laudable and necessary. But in doing so they have ignored and nearly lost eight of a profession of equal dig nity and importance — nny, of pr...

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

HOW TO BE HAPPY. '. -It is only very selfish people who try to be fclways happy and placid, whatever happen?. They are so thoroughly unsympathetic, bo unmoved by the joys and sorrows of othere, that aB long as they liva in comfort they are perfectly content. But a great many well meaning people contrive to be unhappy when they might 'be the well reverae. They have made up their minda that this world is a sad ttad weary one, and they will not grasp and benefit by the few j -ys that come in their way. ; They may fully understand the divine dictum 'weep with those that weep,' but they fail to realise the equally binding obliga tion to 'njoice with them that do njjice.' Now the way to wring every scrap of happi ness out of a life is to e: j ly every good thing as it come?, aud not to spend precious time in bewailing what can never come to pass or what is gone for ever. Are you going for a holiday ? Make up your mind that you intend to eijoy it and ten to one you will do so. Don't be dis...

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 — 28 February 1896

THE HOUSE. ____ ODDS ANO ENDS. A heaped- tip tablespoon ful of any dry in gredient will weigh about ah ounce. Never allow milk puddings to cook quickly, and more especially if they h&va eggs in them* Four tablespoonfnls of any l'qaid is equal to half a gill, or an ordinary glassful. Pork should never be hung long before being cooked, a*, like ail white meat, it Btfon becomes tainted. Artichoke?, unlike most vegetables, can be kept with advantage three or four days before they are cooked. Condensed milk makes nice creamy mjlk 4 puddings, but remember, it rwjmrtB Ies3 sugat than ordinary milk. Never put the sugar from candied peel in cakes, it is apt to make them heavy. It may, however, be saved for ginger-bread. Always brash meat pies over with beaten egg; this gives them a rich, glszad appear ance. Also be careful to make a hole right through tbe centre of the crust, ed that the steam mt-y escape. Ic is an economical plan to buy winter vegetables, euch es potatoes, cairote, ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEVER SCOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

NEVER SCOLD. Avoid the ccolding tone, A tried mother may find it hard to do this } but jt is sbe wbo will get moBt good by observing the ru'.e. The tone of scolding tells upon the throat, just where a womau who is not over-strong is apt to feel the ache of extreme fatigue. The chil dren, too, who are great imitators, will be sure to catch the scoldir.R tone, and will talk to to their dolls, to one another, and by and by to their owa children very much aa their mothers are now talking to them.

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

PROTECTION OF THE CHEST, During the very hot weather,, there is not only among children, but also in other persons, a tendency to throw off part of the clothing' When entering the house after a fatiguing walk, or when heated by a game at tenriia or any other game, off goes the jacket, and neck wraps are loosened, without any regard to the grave consequences likely to follow. It ia much the saler plan to eit or lie down out of the draught, keeping the body perfectly atill for ten minutes before removing any portion of outdoor attire. It is not long before a delicious Bensa of coolness pervades the entire system ; then, if the chest is weak, it is wise to draw an extra wrap on, and thorily after* wards it will be absolutely sufe to take eff the jacket. Children, however, cannot be expected to posaeso this wi3d- m, end to guard against sudden chilte, which in mar-y oaBce lead to fatal illueasss, it is tor the mother to proteot thtm from ill resultn of indiscretion by attend ing special...

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

TO WHITEN TANNED HANDS. Oae of the best creams for whitening the hands is made from r.lmond oil and other ingredients. Procure from the chemist 2 z. of almond oil, £ z. of spermaceti, and J z. of white wax. Mix these ingredients together in a water bath — that is, place them in an earthen j jr set in a tin vessel of boiling water. When the ingredients are melted add two drops o' cochineal to the mixture and cool a little to see if it is the proper color. It should be a delicate pink. Perfume it with a teaspoonfui of rose eesenca. The cream is ready for nee as soon as it is cold. If you prefer it may be left pure white by omitting the cochineal. Waeh1 the hands thoroughly with a brush and some fine soap and hot water, dry them, and rub them with the cream and wear gloves. In the morning waeh off all traces of the unguent with warm water, then bathe the, hands in cold water to make the fl.sh firm. Gloves worn over the hands at night should be buttoned very loosely at the wrist and nev...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The following is a summary of advertisements which appear for the first time in this isaae :— Mr. J. Cashen advertises Salutation Hotel j branch agency of the Labour Bureau established at Albury ; last week of John Thomas's free tariff sale ; stock trespassing in Tooma paddocks will be impounded ; W. H Easterby sells farms at Mo irwatha on 10th March ; J. 8canlan, agent for Raleighs, Raglans, and Sparbrook ; hoise racing at uerogery on 2m March ; Mmnett and Co., Dubbo, offers wheat land on the halves pystem ; annual races at Mahonga 28(h March ; Gundagai Bhow I9ch and 2O.h March ; Thomp son, Manning, and Jeremy sell land at Mimosa 14th March; Campbell and Sons hold a sale of 800 horses at Numurkah nnd Shepparton 12th and 13-h Murch j Bowna Ruce Easter Monday j Dr. Woods resumes practice Monday next ; Mr. C. J. Morton requests person who picked np bag of wheat to return same to avoid unpleasant* ness ; tenders wanted for sowing wheat and oats at Mahonga ; Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM PANY OF NEW YORK. A cable message from the head office of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York has been received at the Australian headquarters of the oempany, Martin-place, Sydney. It noti fied that the statement to the close of 1805 had just been ieaued, showing that the income for the year had amounted to £9,975,000 ; that there was a surplus of £5,600,000 ; and that the assets hoB been increased to £45,400,000. As at the end of 1891, the aseests were £42,020,284, an increase during 1895 was shown of about £8,400,000. The message also stated that the new assurances notuallv completed :a tho year represented no lees a sum than £80.000,000, and indicated a net gnin on the insurances in force of £12,600,000, inorensing the total of the insur ances current to tho remarkable amount of #184,000,000, Thlsio, indeed, a giant qpmnany

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

(government KTotlceB. VICT0RIAN' EAILTVAYS. TENDEBSJare invitedlfor the PURCHA8E and REMOlkL of GfTEHOUSBS No. 45 Avenel, 57 jl1|| Violefc|?own, 6A,and F2 between Violet TowJfana Bads&ginnie,S$3 near Badda ginnie, am\05)mdW6 near ||odonga Parti culars ane Offi\% 0 the Eng|§eer for Exiti g LineB, Sj^ncer-sti$|l, and at Avp&el, Violet Town, Baddajjpnie, Betf lie, and W^|donga Stations. t-epoj2$, £1 per IfpSe. h Tflaaers, accjgipaMed by tnh neceasary de po6i|r and indetied ^Tender for Purchase of Grafhouees,' |$UBt beftdeposited in the Tender B-p, Secretary 'a Office, Spencer- street, Mel bonrne, at or before Twelve o'clock noon of Monday, 9th March. No Tender will necessarily be accepted. By order, K. G. KENT, Secretary for Railways. TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty SeBBions, or deposited in the Tender Box, at the Court-house, Albury, and endorsed 11 Tender for Roadwork, No. — ,' will be received up to noon on Tuesday, 10th March, for WORK8 on the following road...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED EXCHANGES OF LAND IN RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896

PROPOSED EXiilANGEl oHaHD \\\ ilVERINA. One of tha largeBt maetinga ever held at Jerilderie took pluce on Tuesday night, the ob ject being to receive the raport of the sub committee appointed at a previous maeting to report on the proposed exchanges of lands for Crown linda in the district. The mayor (Coun cillor WiBp) occupied the chair, and read the report,' which was to the effect fc&at the sub committee bad been over tha lands at Wonna marra and carefully examined both those belong ins to the Crown and those offered in exchange by the station-ownera, and were strongly of opinion that the most suitable for settlement was that comprised in the north-east of the Coree run. In recommending this exchange the snb-committee had kept in view the consolida tion of the run and tho convenience of the owners as well as the publio interest. The l-md offered by tho tun-holders in exchange was situated in the north- w^st, which the committee reported must be of great value to them, ns ...

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

Provisions, «^c. ;t. moll 01, Having purchased a large quantity of At a big Discount, is now prepared to Sell 15 cent. Cheaper than any other House, FOR GASH. THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW LINES : Morton's Jam, 6d tin 5 splendid Jam, 4|d tin— 3 tins Is Cab Candles, 9d per lb ; Kerosene (160 test), beat 23 gal, Hatches, 2Jd and 3d dcz. NeBtleB' Con. Milk, 8d tin Salad andjbastor Oil, 5d bottled PicklesK#d ; Tomato Bauce,P#d j Worcester. Bbire 8ajgp; 4d bc|lle Jf SunMlrt Soap.,#)d box j b#f Brown Soap, 6d bar s Wgic SniMeid tf A Salnjon, 8d 0M Sardines/pirge), £d-j|SardineB (smaUp 3Jdffl*dMd /f' '?''' if Amour gVef ,Mib tin X&-# Jf Bmxc\M pegflb : ftgeiSalt, 141b p ' Wbjing, 121$ :leS^' $ g W ilaft; Vinegar^8 gallon ; An»|rar Ham^plftt Blacking, 4d dozens? Borax SSftp^g&^fifr— 3 bars Is 0 . ^'^' If Candles, 4 JI and Jp j best 7d m Maizena and Coj&flour, 3i packet ft?. Cocoa (Tay lor 'f ).^}%1 ; Vanhouton'a Coco||8d tin Dates (new), 4^-yper lb— by the box, 2Jd Fiaked ...

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

/ ? Directors:: '... ' =j____:f3r''__giEE=g E. F.MITCHELL, Esq., ^jjj|j|jMlii----jg SAL iTHIEL BOOTH, ^^^^^^B WILLIAM CAIN, Esq. llHBlflHIS Hon.N.FITZGEKALD, ^^^H^^B ?AT T, G ' '^^^^&*^^^^6^^^SS^S& A. W. ROBERTSON, ^^^^^^| Hon. EENRY MORT, ^^RS^fe [?] '?'?''? ? ®s ' ' ~~~ pm - - ?????? -.' ? ???? '?'?' - MELBOURNE WOOL WAJfSHOUSE AND HEAD OPFIOE. %& \jJ2_y rMr) i___/ C^J ___y djAi ^iv V-S? k_i/ t-JttiO cyJLj \~J tL_v cL_ Q dhci tbW r ?' \1-_ -__/□ ^— ' e_a c_UeL_ eLJs di i&M3 dnVB u -i 2/ . # ? LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made oa Ensuing Clip of 'WOOL and on STATION SECURITIES. , REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, GRAIN, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE. Proceeds of Sales held in Trust and used specially for payments to clients. Returns rendered With promptness. All Consignments protected by the Valuations of the Company's Experts prior to Bale, thus guaranteeing the realisation of Full Market Value. The Company confines its Business STRIOILY to that of ...

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

-. ., '. ? . ' ???'?.' ? . ? ^ ^^ Lt x^t^''*^ Ja \. ? j*- '- * G. F. SUGBEjKs will SCa^c/k WOOL at Id. per lb. Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and also the Centennial Gold Medal, for the Best Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. Wool coming by Train to Narandera and Corowa Railway Stations -will be taken delivery of and redelivered at said Railway Stations FREE OP ADDITIONAL CHARGE. grade Addresses. ? T. GREENFIELD, m^c JJilS'IlL w^ Also at £ / or4-&GA^Z^^^.]ffanibrick'8 MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, BAIL INGS, TABLETS, &c, ERECTED in Cemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cut, and general repairs dono. Designs and Estimates free of charge. ? - JAMES SV1 M N T Y R E ?si ? JLate with J. M M'Eachern), VeprinSf- ||forse^©©%and TnpQS to infornfeiis friend8%pdj|& general JOr public tbatjf$S has COMMppJED BDSI imSSipn his ospH&ccouDt ,^*S^§ ''RllM^I'S C^CS^mGTORY, Ep wa- s^g^oitfr, And trustsjpiat the first-class reputation which he has eamSd daring the pa...

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