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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
A STRANGE STORY. A strange story, resembling remark ably the accounts of earlv bushranging exploits, comes from Bathurst. For some months miners and settlers at Palmer's, Oakey, and the vicinity have suffered severely irom the depredations of some man known as ' Slippery Jack,' often seen, but never captured. This man used to visit houses and tents left untenanted, strip them of their portable property, and retreat to a haunt in the mountains. All attempts to find his hiding place failed un'il Friday last, when a settler named William Hutcbinaon, whilst out on the ranges, reached the top of an almost inaccessible peak, looking down from which he noticed smoke curling up from a cavern far below. Cautiously de scending he noticed a little cleared plot of ground, on which was growing all sorts of vegetables. A breakwind carefully con structed of brushwood entirely concealed the place from ordinary view, and but for the op-curling smoke Hutchinson would never have found it. Thinking thi...
TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
TURF NOTES. (Bt Atlas.) The Bowna Turf Club secretary, Mr. W. Plunkett, has it-sued an excellent bill of fare for the club's annual meeting to be held on the Bowna course on Easter Monday, 6th April, dominations, enclosing 10a. for each race, will be received by the hon. sec. up to 21st March for the Bowna Handicap, of 20 sovs., and the Fiying HandicaD. of 15. bovs The full programme will be foundin another column. Mr. W. b Hamilton, hon sec. to the Howlong Racing Club, has made public the full programme of the club's race meeting to be held on Tuesday, 24th March. The list contains Bis events as tinder :— Hurdle Kace,' 8. sovs. ; Trial Stakes, 5 sbvs. ; Howlong Handicap, 15 boys. ;. Auction Stakes, S sovs ; Haok Rice, 5. sovs '; Flying Handicap, 8. sovs.' Nominations for the 'Hurdle Bace, Howlong Handicap, and FJying Handicap will be received by the secretary up to 8 p.m. Saturday, 14th March. Weights will appear in Albury Banner of 20ch March Mr. W. Bliipatrck, hon. sec Mahonga Ea...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir,— Will yon please answer the following question :— If the children of a public school are in the habit of playing cricket, and one boy happens- to get a kneck from the ball, by accident, but does not get seriously hurt, can the tencher prevent the children from playing cricket any more 1 By answering the above you will oblige, SCHOOLBOY. [Without attempting to define the limits of a loachet'a authority we have a strong suspicion that any edict issued to ' prevent the children from playing any moro' wonld be extreme'? difficult to enforce.— Ed. A B J
DEEP MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
DEEP MINING. The Minister for Mines, in his address to the Mining Conference, announced that, with the view of encouraging the development of our mineral resources at a greater depth than had been yet tried in this colony, he was of opinion that some assistance might well be given to those who succeeded first in obtaining payable gold at a greater depth than had been proved up to the present time. In Victoria payable gold had been discovered at a depth of 3000ft., whereas in New South Wales the greatest depth at which payable gold had been mined was 10±0ft. With the object of encouraging deep mining, Mr. SydneySmith has now ap proved of a reward of £1000 being offered for the discovery of payable gold at a depth of not less than 2000ft. The shaft may be perpendicular, or may follow the underlay, but the depth must be 2000ft. perpendicular. For the purpose of test ing the reef 250 tons of stone must be taken from it, at or below 2000ft., and crushed at a battery to be approved by the...
COOLGARDIE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
CQOLGARDIE PROSPECTS. For weeks past the gold fields of the west have been attracting people by the thousand. No one finds fault with the spirit of enterprise which leads men to try their fortunes in another colony, but it may not be out of place to point out the conditions that exist in the place to which they are going. This task has fallen on the shoulders of Mr. W. Griffiths, ML A , who ia a keen observer, and who moreover has had practical ex perience cf more thau one gold field. He Bays nothing that would lead to the con clubion that in his opinion the fields will not prove both payable and permanent; but he states that there are thousands of men arriving at Albany every week bound for the gold centres of the west with no idea of permanent occupation when they reach their destination. ' Although at present,' ho Bays, ' there is a large demand for labor, I have very grave doubts whether the supply will not exceed the demand in the near future. Competent miners can undoubtedly g...
INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. WEST AUSTRALIA. Mr. J. A. M'Pherson, M.L.A., has received a letter fivm the secretary of the West Australian Trades and Labor Council, dated Perth, January 2(3, which contains the following (says an Adelaide paper): lam instructed by my council to write to the various trade councils of Australia with respect to the large influx of workers from the eastern colonies. The capitalistic press would have jou be lieve this to be a working-man's paradise, and in view of the loud complaints made by those arriving, wbo declare they have been tricked and fooled, my coancil think it wisa to lay the real state of affairs, as ifc affects the workers, before our brothers of the eastern colonies. I, therefore, append a list of wages and e'-st of living in the different parts of the colony. Perth and Frernantle : Bricklayers, 10s. to lie. per day ; carpenter?, 8s. to 10s. ; laborers, 7s. to 8s. ; painters, 6s. to 8a. ; plasterers, piecework. In a'l these branches of the building...
TRAGEDY AT ALBERT-PARK. A FATHER KILLS HIS CHILD. THEN SHOOTS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
TRAGEDY AT ALBERT-PARK. A FATHER KILL} HIS CHILD. THEN SHOOTS HrMSELF. Another tragedy, strange in its details and almost unaccountable in point of motive, was brought under the notice of the police at Windsor on Tuesday. The 6csno of the crime was one of the broad walks of the Albert-park, at the rear of the St. Kilda cricket ground. There shortly before 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon a number of youths, who were amusing themselves play ing on one of the open spaces of the p*rk, noticed a man sauntering leisurely along tbe roadwav holding by the hand a little girl who was eating a slice of cake. A few momenta later they beard a pistol ehot, and turning ronnd th* youths saw the child fall, and ths man put a revolver to his head and fire a second shot While they hurried ccrosa to him he staggered and fell within a yard or two of the child. The. child lay quite still, and a gapinjr wound over the left temple from which tho brains protruded showed where she had bien struck by the bnlle...
ALBURY v. BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
ALBURY v. BENALLA. ''_,'' The Albury team proceeded to Benalla on Saturday; and sustained a defeat at the hands of the Benallaitiea. C. Schmiedt was too unwell to take part in the match; Hawkins missed the train at Albury station, but reached Benalla in time to tale his place in the team for the second - ^ innings As a fall team could not be got together at Albury, Messrs. Prentice, Powell, and Campbell, of the Wodbnga club, accom , * panied the Albury players. Tha members of the team apeak highly of the treatment they re* ceived. The game resulted in favor of the local plajers. who won the match by three wickets and 33 runs. Only nine men- batted in Albury's first innings, and they were disposed of for 45 runs; Joe Day (16) and Campbell (17) were the only players to make double figures on the Albury side. la the second innings the visitors made a better stand, scoring a total of 120 ; Bmith 18, Wood 25, Powell 20, Shannon 25, and Hawkins 10, did best with the bat in the Becond inni...
SHEARING MANIFESTO. RATES FOR 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
SHEARING MANIFESTO. RAIES FOR 1896. . ' J The, following manifesto b38 been issued to i the shearers' uniona of Australia, and conteina M the terms for the 1896 shearing season. It has i been issued effi '.i ally by the conference recently M held in Billarat (Victoria). The manifesto ia ' ;§ as follows : — ' i During the last shearing season a ballot of - i the whole membership was taken as to the *' I form of agreement that would be favored by i you for next season. |§ That ballot closed on the 31st December, 1895, and the results show that you have carried contradictory proposals, one of them in - favor of fighting for a new agreement on Union lines, and the other in favor of pursuing the course that was followed last year. It is quite- evident that we cannot do both, and the Annual Confsrence which was called together a fortnight earlier than usual to devise means to cany out your decision, had to assume the responsibility of deciding the im portant question which your votes had ...
BERRIGAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
BERRIGAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. Cfeom ovu ows correspondent.) The sixth annual show of the above society was held on the Green Hills on Wednesday, the 19 h iast,, and was, taking everything together, a success. The following are tht officers for this seaeon : -President, Mr. Jno JoneB ; vice-presidents, Messrs. W. J. Greggery, E J Gjrman, and P. M'Laan ; treasurer, Mr. H. R Lysaght ; secretary, Mr. R. Drummond The new site selected for the show Is in every way Buited for such an inhibition, being high and dry around the granite outcrops, and studded with just enough timber to affjrd shade, and lead enchantment to the view. The publican's booth was in the hands of Mr Howard Arundel, of the Federal Hotel, who, with bis assistants, was busily employed from start to finish rendering ' lubricating oils to the parched throats.' Mr. Malin had erected a picturesque grotto nicely arranged, where the fruits in season, lollies, and cigarettes could be purchased, and which was wel...
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY.—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
? V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. '^ FlBST DAT.— SATUBDA*, FEBBTXABY 29. NEWMAHKET HANDICAP. j.,- ' .1 * ? Of 20 sovs; each, with 500 sovs. added ; second, ' , :-.- 100 sova ; third, 60 sova. Three- quarters ' ' ? ? of a mile. ', ; , ' Final Acceptances. st lb. st. lb. Erl King ... 9 12 Gehenna ... 7 8 Solanum ... 9 5 Homespnn, in - ' ?- ', Whakawatea ... 9 3 clad. 3ib. pen. 7 6 Oourallie ... 8 12 Coronation ... 7 6 '. ' ' Tinstream ... 8 9 Mercia ... ... 7 5 . - Moorite ... 8 7 Jubilant ... 7 5 v . - . Lord Chas. Scott 8 7 Monard ..7 5 Thunderer ... 8 3 Trentham ... 7 3 Foliage ... 8 3 Mundiva ... 7 3 K - Budegeree ... 8 1 Saddle Up ... 7 2 Idolater ... 7 13 Bang Bang ... 7 1 Oar Jack ... 7.13 Glenore ... 7 0 Disparity ... 7 13 Mies Gladstone 7 0 Trentina ... 7 12 Lottie ... ... 7 0 Malnma ... 7 12 Waihine ... 7 0 Ilium ? 7 10 Laura ... ... 6 10 Acton... ... 7 9 Martini ... 6 8 Hughie ... 7 9 Day of Grace ... 6 7 Pilatns ... 7 8 Sunbury ... 6 7
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Second Day— Satukday, February 22. The autumn meeting of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club w&s brought to a conclusion on Saturday. The weather was cool, with slight showers during the day, but the attendance was not Iarg3. Results : — TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, Of 100 bovb. ; second, 10 sovs. Five furlongs. A. Yuille's b f Flash, by Enfilade— Frou Frou, 6 7 (W. Redfern) ? l S. MilKr's b c Bundook, 8 10 ( -#, H. Pearson) 2 J. Grice's ch c Lightning, 8 12 (Jas Haven) 3 Other Btarters — Thunder Queen, 9.8 ; Le Var, 9.4; Blue Vest, 84; The Black Rock, 7.10; Brease, 7 8 ; Resnlntion, 7.6 ; Ammunition, 7.6; Silverlocks, 7 0 ; Spindrift, 6.12 ; Posy, 6 7. Bundook led into the straight and looked all over a winner, but ho swerved badly from the distance, and Fiaah, slipping up on the inside, won by a head. Time, lmin. 4aert, PECOND HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of 200 sovs, j second, 30 sova j third, 10 bovs.. Two mileB, H. Ritchie's ch g Corncrake, by Brandon— Pattie. ag...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir, — Would you kindly answer, if possible in your next ifsne, the following question, v'z. : — Say I have some landed property ; I am asked leave to boie on it for gold ; I grant it ; gold is found ; a company formed ; o.y land ib mortgaged to a bank. If ihe bank forecloses on me, what position is the company in 1 OLD MINER. [ The question cannot be answered on tht iniorraation given. It would depend on 1 variety of circumstances as to whether tb- company is registered, whether the bant sanctioned the leave to bore, and atvaral othei points.— Ed. AB]
COLLENDINA. WEDNESDAY, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
COLLENDINA. (PSOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT ) Wednesday, February 19. The dry weather, which has prevailed for so long a time, appears to have broken up. Last week, there was about an ljin. of rain in two days, which was followed by very sultry and oppressive weather until to-day, when a change took place, and about 80 paints of rain fell in a very short time. This will have a very good effect on the country, and there ia every prospect of good feed for stock for the coming autumn and winter. The harvest this year was a favor able one, both in regard to weather, returns, and prices, and the rain now will be most favorable to farmers to make a start for next year. A far greater quantity of land will be farmed this year on the Bhare system than hitherto. The Eupply of milk and cream to the Corowa Butter Factory had been falling off at an alarming rate owing to the drought, but now that things have changed the working of the factory for the coming winter is assured. Several young couples h...
HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
HOWLGNG. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.} On Wednesday, the 19th instant, a young and much respected resident, who has now left for other fields to try his luck among stracgera, was entertained by a large number of friends and well-wishers numbering over 50, who vied wiih each other in showing their sorrow aa he waB leaving them, and testifying th ir respect for him, Mr, David Hamilton. I must say he was a general favorite with all. His geni A man nera so endeared him to everyone, that it is felt a gap is made in Howlong which will take a long time to fill up. Personally he was boloved, aud wherever sports were ho was sure to be at the fora. We will miss him for a long time. His friends and admirers met and determined to give him a ' good send off,' which wp.s rightly and successfully ci-rriod out. Thcnightbeing pleasant a great number aiaemblcd, Dr. Doepkj wan v..U'.d to tho chuir, wbo cpwed the rnectirg aid exp'lit.i'iod why they wet, Ho woke juUlietff' cally. Hie speech was greatly ...
RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
RUTHERGLEN. (KBOM OTJR OWN COBBESPONDENT.) The weather for the past week has been very hot and unhealthy. Typhoid fever has broken out amongst us, and two deaths have occurred — the eldest daughter of Mr W. Na9h and that of Mr. M'Carthy. Both young ladies were highly respected, and much sympathy is felt for their parents. The vintage has started and is turning out well. A large vintage is expected, acd the wines made Bhould be good as the berries are free from all diseases. The Horticultural Show was anything but a success. The results plainly show that sufficient interest is not taken in it by the people of the district. Extra energy was put in it by the officers for the purpose of placing the society in a better financial position, so that the outlook for Ihe Horticultural Show is not a very bright one. Mining is looking rather dull. The under ground men have all been ttopped at the Great Southern mine until the water slackens off This mine has been yielding 60,000 gallons of wate...
URANA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
I) RAN A. (CORRESPONDENT JBBILDEBIE HBBA.LD ) We had a welcome change in the weather during the week, about an inch and a half of rain having fallen. The downpour was not very heavy at any time, bat steady, vanishing into the ground as soon as it fell, not having nff.;oted the creek to any appreciable extent. Owners of tanks are j ibilant, a3 their supplies of water were running short, ' The monthly meeting of the cornmittea oi the Uruna Ilcsnital was held n,t tha School of Arti) in Friday, tho 7th inst., Mr. Brown, J.P., in tho chair. Thero wore alto preGGfit— Messrs, Oar rnody, Oui.ley, Lew vs, O. N.-Oanaody, T- fcmith, 'V. Ko.vl.oti, find S.iton. Tho minutes oi Isoc Ku-oiing, ns woll us reports of tho viating cum* mittee, medical officer, and house steward wera read and adopted. The secretary was instructed to write to the manager of A J 8. Bank wiithrefer enoe to the upual bank subscription which bai not yet come to hand. Mr. Culley was again unanimously appointed hon. treasurer...
TALLANGATTA. MONDAY, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
TALLANCATTA. (PBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, February 2 i. Ia the absence of news (good or bad) I would draw attention to local requirements, hoping it would rouse the residents or our member into I action. At the time of const! uctton of a | gorgeous building here it was promised that a '4| county court would be held in Tallangatta. A ' 1 p'otition whs sent to the Minister at the tima - ? ! praying that said court bo established, and ' I pointing out that nearly all cases heard in Wo dougi cioie from this district. Id would be far more dignified for our member to move in a ' . matter cf this sort than pottering about tha (ifflces In petty things. The local post offlceia ' another matter that Mi, Craven might see after. Tho Goveinmeat have been paying rent for yearB for a wooden nnd incommodious structure. Other localities with not half the business of the local office htive magnificent brick buildings. The revenue derived from this district is enor mous, and we gat nothing ia...