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THE TOMATO. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
THE TOMATO. This having of late become one of our moac common fruito, and being also one of our most valuable, it may interest r ur readers to kcow that the American Agriculturist reports a eerie8 of experiments made as to the chemical com position of both the fruit and the vine. These show that the crop requires almost twice as much potash as any other ingredient ; and also that beoauae nitrogen, the most expensive eleraont of plant-food, can only have its full d!;ot whpn available potash ond phoBphfiteq are present in excess In the soil, any excess c* - '- potash over the requirements of the crop will -^ not waste from the land by drainage, but will * * ' ''s be retained in combination by the soil for use ' ? ?;, in future crops. . ' - .^ The experiments show that when potash la deficient in the Boil, the growing plant, cf 1 whatever description it may be, becomes much - - more sensitive to adverse conditions of soil or season, and is more readily attacked by disease especially mi...
THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. : The Kitchen Garden. — Among seeds that inay be sown now are : — Cabbages, cauli flowers, carrots, turnips, peas, lettuces, endive? and other salad plants, Brussels sprouts and curled greeris for late use, parsley, and spinach. Planting may include cabbage, cauliflower, Cilery, leek, and early potatoes. The sowings may include dwaif kidney beans and marrow peas. The first sowings of turnips Bhould ba the white, succeeded by the yellow Swede, which latter comes in well for the winter, with some even kept to the spring, for the purpose of using the tender ehoots as greens. For early potatoes, ihe F.uke Kidney will be found saltable for autumn planting, as it comes in nicely for successive diggings through the winter, and planting where not already finished should be no longer delayed. The Orchard and Vineyard.— Ground that it is intended to plant with fruit trees Bhould be prepared as early as possible by digging or ploughing, trenching and man...
ORCHARD NOTES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
ORCHARD NOTES FOR FEBRUARY. (Agricultural Gazette.) The main work of deciduous orchards Is still that Of gathering and marketing the fruit. I cannot impress the importance of taking every possible care in the handling and marketir. g cf fruit too Btrongly on my readers, as it is the one branch of iruit culture which our growers are most deficient in. This season I have noted a marked improve ment in the marketing of some orchards of oranges and peaches, some of the orangeo from Galaton having been placed on the market In a creditable manner, being honeBtly pecked and eveDly graded, with the' result that they have sold readily, even in dull market?, and have realised good prices. Pdaches have also been marketed in email shallow boxes, holding one tier of fruit, with the result that the fruit haa reached the market in on unbruised con dition, and has sold readily and at pood prices, when fruit packed careleosly has been nearly unsaleable. The only way to make fruit growing pay now is ...
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, AND CO. LIMITED. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. A SATISFACTORY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, AND GO. LIMITED. ? e ? MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. A SATISFACTORY REPORT. '-' ?- %- - (M-ABGUS.' FEBRUARY 20, 1896.) * .'„-' ~A meeting of the shareholders in Goldsbrousth, -?»_. ' Mort, and Co. Limited was held at Menzies' '^ Hotel, Melbourne, and was largely attendee). Mr. E. F. Mitchell, chairman of directors, occupied the chair. Before the ordinary business was proceeded with 26 special resolutions amending the articles of association, and which had already been ap proved by the trustees and debenture holders in London, were submitted to the meeting. The Chairman said that almost without ex ception the proposed amendments were necessary, in consequence of the modified scheme of arrange ment, and for the purpose of making the articles . of association harmonise with, the scheme &nd act of Parliament of which it was the schedule There were certain other alterations whioh bad been made in ordei to satisfy the requirements of the London Stuck Exchange, so tha...
DISTRICT NEWS. IN AND AROUND WARIALDA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
DISTRICT NEWS.. IN AND AROUND VJAR1ALDA. (ByT.B.) Warialda, a fringe of the New England dh_ irict, exhibits many of the salient features of New England itself. The aspect ia ridgy and picturesque, the soil of a versatile fertility, the watercourses swift, narrow and pebbled, _the prickly pear formidably frequent in places, with auriferous indications showing here and there. On the road to Wnrialda, due east from Moree, i3 a fine line of station property, inter Bpersed with smaller holdings, and here and there disclosing the roadside pub. Weebolla bolla (Mr. A.. G. Manro's) is on this route j next to it is Muckabundi (Mr. M'Donald'^, then Binneguy (Mr. Manchee'.°), and still farther on, Qlendon (Mr. John Calman'fi). Mr. M'Calman is an erstwhile resident of Darlington Point and Eenaweena, Warren, and purchased Glendon some seven years ago from its then occupier, Mr. Adams, ha Mr. M'Calman is well known to many readers of the Banner, it may be in teresting to record a few particulars i...
ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES. THE ARBITRATION PROPOSALS. LONDON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES. THE ARBITRATION PROPOSALS. London, February 24. A conference has been held in Phila delphia, at which representatives from the States of the Union were present, to con sider the proposal put foward and supported by political and social leaders both in America and England, for the formation of a permanent tribunal to arbitrate on all disputes between the two countrias. The conference passed a resolution ex pressing the hope that England and America would adopt steps which would lead to the abolition of the possibility of war between the two countries. It also decided to support President Cleveland.
EXTRAORDINARY DYNAMITE PLOT. LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
EXTRAORDINARY DYNAMITE PLOT. Loncon, February 25. An extraordinary dynamite plot ia re ported to have been discovered in New Yolk. The intention of the conspirators, it la said, was to explode a dynamite bomb in the Bttb-Tteasary, and during the confusioa ?to flfli29 the funds held there, amounting to 78.000,000 Jol. (£14,600,000), Thirty jietaooB are implicated, in tho plot,
THE BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. FITZSIMMONS v. MAHER. EASY VICTORY FOR FITZSIMMONS. LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
THE BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. FITZSIMMONS v. MAHER. EASY VICTOR y'F0R FITZSIMMONS. London, February 23. A boxing match for the championship of the world and a large stake has taken place in Mexico between Robert Fitzsim mons, of New Zealand, and Peter Maher, the Irish champion. The title of champion of the world was recently handed over by James Corbett on his retirement to Maber. The contest was of short duration. Fitz 8immons forced matterB from the start, and soon bad his opponent in difficulties. After a minute's boxing Maher was unable to come up to time, and Fitzsimmcns was declared the winner. Frank P, Slavin, the Australian boxer, who is at present iu London, has challenged Fitzsim noons to box for £1,000 a side.
THE SALVATION ARMY. THE COMMAND IN AMERICA. LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
THE SALVATION ARMY. THE COMMAND IN AMERICA. London, February 23. Adifficultyhaa arisen in connection with the command of the American division of the Salvation Army. The control of the Salvation Army has hitherto been vested in Mr. Ballington Booth, one of the sons of 'General' Booth, the founder of the organisation. Mr. E-rbert Booth, another of ' General ' Booth's sons, has recently been appointed to replace his brother in America, but Mr. Ballington Booth does not view the new arrangement with satis faction. Mr Ballington Booth refuess to obey the orders which have been sent to him in structing him to resign the leadership to his bi other.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
Gained in Strength READ WHAT Ayer's Sarsaparilla ... did for the Invalid Daughter of a Prom inent Lowell Tradesman. ' My daughter had for a long time been . troubled with violent headaches aud sleep lessness. She was pale, had no appetite, and was losing flesh rapidly. She took , various remedies for her trouble, but re ceived no benefit until she commenced usiug V ' \ Ayev's Sais.ip.mllv After taking half a bottle, she ul\»iu to feel beltoi H- ,i con tinued use of this medicine, her appetite re turned, her cheeks began to fill out and show color, she gained in strength, her headaches disappeared, she slept belter, aud now says she feels like a new person.' — F. p. Cogges iia.ll, G Lyou St., Lowell. MasJ3ured Others, Wilt Cure You Mado by Dr. J. o. Ay or & Co., Loivoll, Mns8..U.8.A,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
♦TO THH EMTOB OB' THB ALBURY BANNER. , Sir,— Will you please answer the following question in your next issue : — Is it lawful for A ' homestead selector under the '95 Act to Reside and effect Improvements— fencing and 40 forth—before the land is confirmed to him, £b myself and othera eoleoted nearly nix - ponthB Qgo, and. have not yet bgen paUec before the Lind Boaid ? How long is it befqje a selector is supposed to be called before the Land Board for confirmation 1 J B. [Of course if you effect improvements it is at your own risk, but the risk is ouly nominal, as the confirmation is only a matter of form it you are entitled to Belect. The danger under the old system of survey before selection was that tho selector might place improvements outside his boundary. There is no specified time for the Land Biard irquiry. Sometimes over a . vear elapses before confirmation. — Ed AB] ?
HOW TO BREATHE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
HOW TO BREATHE. A gentleman gave good advice to a younp lady who complained of sleeplessness. Hi fluid, ' Learn how to breathe V I thought that was one thing we Ieamud before coming into the world, bo teirihly full of other thiuga to be - learned,' the insomniac eoid, ruefully. ' Ou the contrary, i-ot ono in 10 ndults know how to bsepthc. To bv»a'hei y)eiRct!y ia to rkav.' the bveafh in lorg, deep inhalations, elowJy Bud regukrly, ro rii to vivlirv.i ;!ki Ifiwr.y Iii5if»s $f ttlliKx'.oagaccuuiuiiilioES. Shallow breath ing won't do this. I have overcome nausea, headache, sleeplessness, seasickness, and even more serious threatenings by simply goiDg through a breathing exercise — pumping from my lower lungs, as it were, all the malarial inhalations of the day. by long, slow, ample breaths. Try it before going to bed, makicg sure of standing where you can inhale pure air, and then darken your sleeping room com pletely. We live too much in an electric glare by night. If you then suffer ...