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JINGELLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
JINGELLIC. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT) On the 19th inst., at the residence of Mr. W Metcalf , a presentation of a very useful charac- ter, in the shape of a sulky, harness, whip, &c., was made to the Rev. Mr. Nicholson, of Tum- barumba, by a number of his well wishers, who kindly subscribed for the same. The presenta tion was made by Mr. Th:mas Gadd, who in a few words commented on the above gentleman'a sterling good qualities. Mr. Nicholson very feelingly responded, thanking the subscribers for their kindly feelings towards him in present ing him with the above very useful articles. I may state that the above gentleman being a bit of a medico dispenses and carries about with him medicine for the poor of Tumbarumba and surrounding districts, therefore the above tesii. monial will be all the more useful for him,
THE LATE FIRE AT THE BOILING-DOWN WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 28 February 1896
THE LATE FIRE AT THE BOILING-DOWN WORKS. ? o ? An inquest was held on Wednesday last upon the late fire at the boiling-down work. The following jurors were sworn :— G. Carter, A. T. Jackson, J. P. Eck, H. O. Cannon, J. Treloar, W. Davidson, W. Ashby, Alex. Justice, W. Carkeek, James Nusum, Edwin Mitchell, and A. G. Daniel. The jury having visited the scene of the fire, the following evidence was taken :— Alexander Dandaa deposed : I am a member of the firm of Dundas and Co., carrying on boiling-down works near Albury ; I firBt heard of the fire at 4 am. on the 17th inst. ; I went to the works and found the place burnt down ; I last was at the place previously on 15th innt. ; there was no fire but that in the boiler ; when I left the fire was very low ; I never knew of any fire getting out of the boiler ; M'Garry sleeps on the premises as caretaker, and occupies a room under the northern part of killing flior; there were two caBks with oil in them on the killing floor ; there was one...
TUMBARUMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
TUMBARUiyiEA. (FROM OUH OWN GOUiiHSPONDENT.) Entries for the show are filling iu rapidly, find proiniBeB to eclipse all former hIjciws, what with fine weather aud the preaenco of ouch visitors as Messro. W. J. Lyno, Travorn, Jones, M'b.P., Colonel M-Kenzio, and Captain Scott, &c, m «at make it a isuuccbb. Great iuterest is being token in the election of members of tho Stock Board, this being the first time that it haB taken place in this town, and re« - [- suited in the following g' ntlemen being elected for Large Stock Board :— Mr Thou. Mate, Tumba rumba ; Mr. P. Mitchell, Bringenbrong j and Mr, M'Pherson, Humala. A buggy accident occurred to Dr. Johnstons and Mr. L. ELinstler as they were convng up ' ? Mason's Hill through two men on horseback frightening the horsa ; it turned and threw the buggy ou the lock, turning it completely over } ; fortunately no Berions injuries to the occupants. . ' The regular monthly meeting of the Progress Committee was held on Monday, eight m...
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
V.B.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Tho autumn meeting was continued on Thrirs* day 'with the f olllowing results : — ETuedlh Race.— Begent, 1; Qratiano, 2 } Bingara, 3. Maiden Stakes.— O'Trigger, 1 ; The En chanter, 2 ; X!chester, 3, Autumn Stakes. — Disfigured, 1 ; Dream* land, 2 ; Trentham, 3. Champion Stakes. — Quiver and Wallace dead heat ; Preston, 3. Great race between Quiver and Wallace, Preston 12 lengths off third. Time, 5min. 23Jaec. Stakes divided. Nubseby Handicap.— Sayles, 1 j Velooe, 2; Thunder Queen, 3 ' ? , Biveb Handicap.— Waihine, 1 j Idolator, 2 j Acton, 3. ?
ROSEWOOD. MONDAY. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
ROSEWOOD. (FBOM OUI1 OWN COUBISSPOKDEHT.) Monday. March 2. On Tuesday last, the 25th ult., we burl a very heavy downpour of rain — in faci the best full of tho Beison— aid it niudo everything look nice and green again. It gave a fresh start to the grass (as one man remarked, 'you could almost see it growing). The late potatoes also received great benefit, aud a good crop is assured if old ' Jack Frost ' does not come too severe 5 bqt to show how uncertain it is. the lait few mornings we had a slight frost just sufficient to leave its mark on flowers and vegetables of a tender nature, but not severe enough as yet to damage potatoes, &o. Our local Progress Committee held its usual monthly meeting on Saturday last, when Messrs. M'Intosh (cheirman), W Cruickshank, P. and J. Eisenhauer, Harvey, Clegg, and Levis (secre tary) attended. After minutes were confirmed, correspondence was read from Department of Mines and Agriculture, declining to grant a com mon to residents of Rosewoo...
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL LEASES. The undermentioned conditional leases, and all rights attached thereto, are declared for feited through breach of conditions, but such forfeiture shall not take efEact until the expira tion of 30 clear days after 29th February :— Isabella Strachan, 960a. Tdmalmo Arthur Chenery, 120a, Wagra Geo. M. Bradley, 160a, Bucclenoh Wm Ilett and E. G. Brown, 360a, Jifceen,
ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. TERRIBLE ITALIAN DISASTER. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. TERRIBLE ITALIAN DISASTER. London, March 3. '?-',. farther telegrams from Abyssinia show that the disaster sustained by the Italian troops under General Baratleri was of a very aerious character. The Italians in three troops at tacked the Shoans, who were In strong force, and were repulsed with great slaughter. Three thousand men were killed, while a large num ber were wounded, including three generals. The Italians also lost half thoir artillery- which was captured by the enemy. Tho catas trophe, following bo soon after the crushing defeat at Ambalagl In December laet, has caused intense excitement in Rome. Tbe de termination, however, is generul to retrieve the . disaster at whatever coat, and the Government has announced its intention to despatch rein forcements as speedily as possible. The disas trous defeat of the Italians WG3 mainly due to the Baratieai, who was recently removed from the chlet command of the Italian army. Gene ral Baratiei i, having learne...
COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. THURSDAY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
COMMERCIAL GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBUKY. Thursday. March 5. Wheat, 4s. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, March 4. Wheat, — The town market is quiet, and only a trifling business is reported at 4s 11 Jd. For good parcels, however, 5s is obtainable, but holders are not much inclined to accept this price. Bran. — A moderate parcel has been sold at Is Id delivered. Barley. — BuBinesa has been done in good matting barley at 4a 51. English feed has been sold at 3s 3d to 3s 4d, and Cape at 3s 7 Jd. Oats. — Stout oats 500 baga have been sold at 3s to 3a Id for medium to good food. Tartarian seed have been sold at 3$ 4d. In Algerian oats sales have been made of about 250 bsga fair seed at 3a 1 Jd to 3s 3d, and abont 200 bags feed at 23 ll\a to 3s. Maize is in moderate demand at 3* 8d to 3s 8£rL Chaff.— The market is weak at up to £4 7a 6d Hay and Straw. — Manger hay is worth up to £5, chaffing up to £i 7s 6d, and straw up to £3. SYDNEY. Tuesday, March 3. Maize. — i\ir demand. Prime old, 3a 6d. River p...
NON-RENEWAL OF ANNUAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
NON-RENEWAL OF ANNUAL LEASES. The following in a Hat, of auuual loaeca unon ' which the rents for the year 1896 have not bean paid as prescribed by the CrovPn fc&ncjs Act? :— Diatriot of Aibury, . D Roach, 5Oi R. Wallace and T. H. Guenett, 16a. ,: District of HilVoo. . George A. Pillinger, jin , 305,4 Duncan G. M'Keil&r, 310a. District of Narandera. Wm. Kiddle, 1920a and 420a. District of Tumbarum^a. Bank of Australasia, 1500% and 1(O3a fcir James M'Cullooh and Hastings Cu,nmDga ham, 515a, 15a 2r, and 50a. ? '
ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter, 9d to Is 2d per lb Eggs, 8d per doz Hani, lOd per lb Bacon, 4d to 7d per lb. Oats, 2s 6d to 3s per bushel Chaff, 5s per cwt Potatoes, 7s per cwt Barley, 3s to 4s per bushel Bran, lid per bushel Pollard, Is per bushel.
DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
DEEDS OF GRANT. The following deeds of grant are ready Jo? delivery :— Herbert A. Benyon, 2', Tumbarumb* Patrick Brown, 40a, Colombo Mary Hill, 2c, Tumut Wm. Mitchell, 4a, Jerilderie Richard M Kay, jan , 6a 2r 26£i, Tumut James P. Smith, 89i, Howlong Wm. H. Watt, 662a lr, Carrathool Wm. H Watt, 157a 3r, 663* 2r, 240a, 720a, 320a, 230a, 134a lr, and 106% Howlong.
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday, March 4. Tbe ruling prices are as follow : — Fork, 3d to 6d per lb; mutton, lid to 3Jd do; beef, 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry.— Fowls, 3s to 5s per pair ; ducks, 3s to 5s 6d per pair ; turkeys, 6s to 16a per pair. Dairy Produce. — Cheese, 4d to 9d per lb ; eggs, Is to Is 6d per dozen; butter, 8 d to Is per lb; bread, 6d to 7d per 4lb loaf ; honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 5d per quart 5 ham, 7d to lOd per lb ; bacon, 5d to 8d do.
WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
WAGCA FARMERS' MARKET. Messre. Tompson, Manning, and Jebemy re port having held their usual weekly sale on Saturday last. The following are the prices realised :— Poultry. — Fowls, from Is to 3s per pair ; tur keys, young, 33 6d to 4s 6d per pair. Dairy Produce.— Butter, to Is l£d per lb 1 eggs, to 9Jd doz j honey, 2lb tins, 10-l each ; cheese, 6d lb. Fruit.— Grapes, 9d to Is quarter case, to 2s 3d per big case, Is 6d half caBe j peaches, Is 6i to Is 9d per ca'e. Vegetables —Tomatoes, 9d to 29 3d per case 5 cucumber?, to 6d per doz ; pumpkino, 12a per doz ; vegetable marrows, to 6s per doz ; pars nips, 6d per doz ; beans, 6d per bag ; oniona, 2s 6d per quaiter. Farm Produce.— Oats, brown, to 2a 6d per bushsl ; chaff, to 3a 6d per cwt ; fowl wheat, to 3s per bushel ; fbur, 30a per bag 5 bran, to Is p^r Dushel j seed wheat, 4s 6d par buahel ; empty bags, to 2s 4d per bag.
VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. TENDERS FOR GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. Tenders for Grazing Lands. Tenders will be received by the Board o£ Land and Works up to noon of Friday, 27th March, for the occupation for grazing pur poses only of the following unappropriated por« tions of land ?. — ' Grazing block No. 119, 12,500 acres, allotments 31, 32, 33, 34. 40, 41, 42, 43, 48, 49, 64, and 66, parish Jingellic, and allo ment 61, parish Wabba, being portion of timber reserve, connty Benara bra : ieecn worth district. . Grnzing block No. 2861, 457 acres, being tha water supply reserve, parish Wodonga : Be.ab worth district. Grazing block No 3145, 10 acres, the water re serve adjoining A. Heckendorf's 19. h section holding, parish Wodonga: Beechwcrth district. Grazing bock No. 4436, 6150 acres, being allotments 29, Bolga, 20, 21, 25. 33. 34, and 37, Noorongong, and allotment 21, Tullandoon : Beechworth district. Grazing bio k No. 6185. 330 acres, parish Baranuuda, formerly held by T. WelBh, allot ment 31 : Beechworth district. Grazing b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
? Spacing. ? Ohiltern Annual Races. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 27&28, 1896. FIRST DAY-Friday. March 27. TRIAL STAKES, of 10 sovs. (Handicap). One m-le Entrance, 103., on the day of general entry. GALLOWAY HANDICAP, of 8 sovs. For ponies 14 hands 3 inches and under. Six fur 'long*. Entrance, 8s., before 6 p.m., on day of general entry. CHILTERN HANDICAP, of 30 bovs., second horte to receive 3 so vs. out of the stake One mile and a quarter. Nominations 20a , ac ceptance 10s. SELLING RACE, of 7 sovs. Weight not leas than Sat. Seven furlongs. Entrance, 73 , on day of general entry. FLYING HANDICAP, of 15 sovs Six fur longs. Nominations 10a,, acceptance 58. HANDICAP HACK KACE, of 3 eovs. Six furlongs. Nominations, 3s , on day of general entry. INNOVATION HANDICAP, of 7 eovs. Five furlongs. Nominations, 7a., before 6 p.m. on day of general entry. | SECOND DAY-sSurday, March 28 -- 'HA^ICAPHUEDLEpACE.of 15 sovs. One jmle andSfi half. Nominations lOs^ACceptanoe m*. DtH^B tgg- n...
SPECIAL AREAS SET APART. District of Cootamundry Central. County Clarendon, par sh Hurley. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 6 March 1896
SPECIAL AREAS SET APART. District of Cootamundry Oeutral. County Clarendon, par sh Hurley, Por. 92. 162a ; price per acre, £1 15s ; value of improvements, £23 2s 6d Por. 95, 61a 2r ; price per ucre, £1 16a ; value of improvements, £71 19i. District of Forbes. Witbin Iat3 leasehold area of Wongogong hold ing No. 396. No. 23,752. County ForbeH,. parish Braulin, area 2691J acres. The Crown lands within the boundaries of meatmred portions 37 of 219 seres, 81 of 640 acres, 85 of 488£ aci«rs, 92 of (iiO acres, 168 of 157f acreH, 169 of 220^ acre*), 170 of 113 acres, and 171 cf 216 acres, 'ibe above is about to bo notified as available for homestead selec tion.