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A ROW AT NOUMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A ROW AT NOUMEA. One of those remarkable incidents wherein the bad feeling between kanakas { takes a serious form occurred in the street of Noumea oa the 16th uit. About 100 New Hebrides native recruits con veyed to New Caledonia by the labor vessels made an attack on about an equal number of New Caledonia natives. There has for some years been a difficulty through the natives of Caledonia, being strongly conservative as to tha competition wbich the labour trade with the New Hebrides has brought into their -country. When the two parties met «t .Noumea a sfcriou^colliei m resulted. Sorau of themeu Qo'tho darkey »i-te 'were armed with out* qM$q i?9Yft|TOy& &«4 c^biaee, but b#^ j score of men were wounded, and one was killed. The local police were called out, and dispersed the crowd.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARVED IN THE MOUNTAINS. A DIGGER'S LONELY GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

STARVED ill THE MOUNTAINS*' A DIGGER'S LONELY GRAVE. On Tuesday morning last (says tK&. Courier) a man named Fred.: Herman, a German, died in the mountains, near th& junction of the Zulu and Wheeler's 'Creeks,! under most distressing circumstances. The deceased man lived in a tent, and eked out a livelihood by digging on Wheeler's Creek. The track between Zulu and Hill foot, on account of fallen timber, has beers almost impassable for some tima, bvsfe luckily Mr. Charles Paleari, of HillfoGf, who was in Zulu last Monday, made up his mind to return home by the Zulu and Wheeler's Creeks track, and when opposite* Herman's tent he saw a piece of browni paper, apparently blank, tacked on to. & tree, and he took it to his home, which, on reaching, he found a request written on the* paper by Herman for assistance, as he was? ill. Mr. Puleari hastened baok to the sick man, and on reaching him found him in a, bad state. Tbe man appeared to be starving. Mr. Paleari mad...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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FIRE AT DENIUQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

FIRE AT DENIUQUIN. A destructive fire occurred last week at Deniliquin, about £1000 worth of pro perty being destroyed. The buildings consumed were Mrs. S. Tyrer's drapery establishment, Mrs. Dow's fruit and registry office, and Mrs. Frankell's dress I making shop, iu Cressy- street. The fire is supposed to have started in Mrs. Dow's premise?, bub how it occurred is a mys tery. Every effort was made to save the places, but owing to inefficient water supply this could not be done. At one time it was feared that the whole block would go. Jane and Jane's corner caught fire several times, bub the flames were extinguished before much damage was done. The thr^e buildings aud contents are insured, bub not to full value. Mr. Glyde, chemist, and Mr. Baxter, jeweller, suffered considerable loss by the removal of their goods and furniture.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

laaa PI %M 'fLa 1L?' tl J II#I Ft La I S EiC! ? /^ ' ? ''???' 1 ^ ^ 3d. Everywhere. ____WateheB9 ? CIoc&sb, &Co .A. GfETZ, PracticalJIWatelimaker, DEjN-ST. (OPHITE COt^UjHOUSE). 'J3jtsPE^FUL& remmfs' tbeJibublic of JLJF Albi^y and pistrict that heJvffl'-'OPEN ED a Srge and^ell-aMnrted STOG|pp|^sj\ Ilk^lSLVElQfATCHES & JEWEi|RY, Ia the NelpBt I- ^igns. English an^Seneva Watches froii the fifest manm^Wt^^^iices ac cording to qualityjlhd finish'r^'a'cfi'e^ and Gents' . ? Gold and Silver]: Shaias, Wedding Kings and Keepers, Gem, Dr^s and Diamond IViDgs ia great variety. A large assortment r.£ 'Marble, French, and American Clocks,' All WORK done under my personal supervision, Trespass XffoticeB. ? ?l:,.. . A LL perso#JEonnd SHfe ^XTING, ^/\jHS- ; ,-OL ING, oF#%ESPAS/l)S£\iii pi^Jit of ; game, on the Bonigilla Fhtk Ijtate, 'will&be EKOSEOU|ED^hout reject to nerson^f# : . ^0F J. HOBxIwrT. Bonegilla Park, 16th December, 1895. ;;; . ?: '??? Efoliee. HA...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

y* -GK P. SUGDBM wif^jOOTJP WOOL -.at Id. perils. Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and also tne 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 PRHB OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE. ? Wool gScgmrlag. ? WODONGA Pellmongering and Wool scouring Works. nnHBSE works ar&faow open to receive WOOL X and SKINS foffthe season in any quantities /SGODRING^jaLMdNGERING. : MzbMtool tu^|i^ ojtf^i^^e^ljsKiSla13^11 g- Jihe g^pprieto^EB|iwn;iti|Satvig|ggpif efTSeafpn was f- ^qrai5§re4sSu0rior to an^in^the majtpt, and ^ -T&Jmpetetit M.0bourne -|§3ges, who J0y largely, for English a§a ConUnefi%?-flrms, gjpe'it as their opinion tbaWbe scfouring wa%8g|pdS to none in the coloni£3. Wapl in atm*s|4mititie8 wi!l be CARTEDjfto and%^|^i%ISg!^^^O DONGAJnid CONSIGNED Fi{ETSo!'0Haw5E. All Wo^Iosured and large Storage Accommo-. daiion.^The most e...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The following is a Bummary of advertisements which appear for the first time in this iaaao :— ? Tenders for municipal works ; notice .'to rate pay era ; meeting of commonera at Tiimbarnmbft* . Hth January; land for sale at COlcairri town ship ; caution to tresyasses on the land of P. Mullavey and Sons. ; land for sale in Wellington district; notice of proposed alteration in rules of Pastoral and Agricultural Society ; MesBtfl. A. A. Piggin and Co. pell HillBide Estate 21st Janunry ; Messrs. Ten Brink and Oo, soil land January ; Messrs A, A. Piggin nyd Co. hold Oorowa wool sale 4th Jauuary, and hold Corowa mnvket 7th January ; Mr. A: Ellis sells furniture -: at Germanton 10th January ; licenning taedrtng nt TumWumba 29th December ; . Riverina Co. sell building material to-morrow j Messre. C. L. Griffith and Co. 0^11 town properties on early ihiti! ; Kiverina Co. hold wool sale to-day ; MeRsrs. Youaghusbatid and Oo, 'ell atntion pro perty 25th January, and hold Wod...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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BERRIGAN. Monday, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

BERRIGAN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY, December 30. A most daring robbery took place early on the morning of Boxing Day from the new store re- cently opened by Mr. Robert Gardiner, store- keeper, of Jerilderie. Mr. Gardiner since open- ing out business in our midst has done a large and extensive cash trade, and has duly banked his receipts daily, but Christmas Day being a holiday be had some £45 in cash and cheques in his possession awaiting deposit, and on retiring to rest on Christmas night placed the money for safety beneath his pillow. The room which joins the store is as present used as a dormintory for the proprietor and his assistant, and being a ra?her close night the door was left open for ventilation. On awaking in the morning the parcel was missed and the matter duly reported to the police and the cheques as far as known stopped payment. One of these was drawn by Messrs. Horsfall and Carrington of Momalong station, in favor of Mr. E Wolfe, and on Thurs- day morni...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE HEW YORK SUICIDE CLUB. AN EIGHTH VICTIM. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

THE NEW YORK SUICIDE CLUB. AN EIGHTH VICTIM. LONDON, December 80. In June last some extraordinary reve- lations were made concerning the existence of an alleged suicide club at New York. It was stated that already this year five members had, in accordance with the rules of the club, committed suicide. It is now announced that another mem- ber of the club has put an end to his life, making altogether eight suicides during the present year.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE FANNING-DEVOE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

THE FANNING-DEVOE COMPANY. Thiscompany opened for a short season at tho Mechanic^ Insiitu'.e on B. xing Night, and was favored with an excellent house. Having re gard indeed to the extreme heat of the wea'her, and to the iact that on a public holiday the theatre does not generally fill well, the at tendance may be considered phenomenally large. The entertainment, however, fully me.'itod tho verv orenprnnn natrnnaon ft: to. ceived. The company is not large, but each msmber ia remarkably clever in hla or her particular lina. The programme moreover WAB bright, well arranged, the latter point be ing one with regard to which the conductors of local amateur entertainments might do well to take a hint. Tbe firat part of the pro gramma consisted of a musical mescolanza, with the whol« Btrength of the com pany Beated, Christ.y-naiastral fashion, in a semi-circle, facing the audience. Two 'end men' — Messrs. C. and E. Fanning — were   burnt-corked. The numbers were vocal eolos wi...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

Announcements     DEATH   FERGUSON. — At Albury, on 25th of December 1895, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Wm. Ferguson, of Bungowannah. Aged 36 years. IN MEMORIAM.   O'KEEFFE.—In sad and loving memory of my   dear husband, John O'Keefe, who departed   this life January 2nd, 1894, aged 61 years. Rest in peace.     A light is from my household gone, A voice I loved is stilled, A place is vacant on my heart Which never can be filled.   Sleep dearest husband in thy grave, My tears shall not awake thee ; I only wait till death shall come, And then I'll overtake thee. — Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Sarah O'Keeffe.   O'KEEFFE.—At his residence, Springvale, Bar-     medman, on January 2nd, 1894, John O'Keeffe, the beloved father of Maria Butler and Sarah Pawsey, aged 61 years. May his soul rest in peace.       "This hard t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HOT SPRING AT MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

HOT SPRING AT MOREE.   Several local residents suffering from rheumatism and kindred ailments (reports the Moree News) profess to have found relief from immersion in the water flow- ing from the East Moree bore. The water must necessarily have strong mineral qualities, and in various parts of the world cure are daily effected by ablutions in mineral springs. It is not because the bore is near at hand that its waters are devoid of healing qualities, though its proximity (in accord with ancient prejudice) is certain to be a point against it. The water is very hot, and bathers can only stand a dip at a time, but they gradually get used to it, and find it refreshing and otherwise benefi- cial.  

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VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. TENDERS FOB GRANZING LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. Tenders for Grazing Land. Tenders will be received by the Board of Land and Works up to noon of Friday, 24th January, for the occupation for grazing pur- poses only of the following unappropriated por- tions of land : — Grazing i-Ioiik No. 3841, 62 acre3, allotment 5, section F, and laud to east of and adjoining 3mX:6i's freehold, finri nor:h of r,he township &t Jioorguuyah, patiah B.-trnawnrtha North : Beech worth -Jistricr. Gi'6ziti(? block No 6438, 2000 acres, being tho land orijunnlly held by the O'Donneli fainiiy unricr section 32, Imi abandoned, allotments 167, 168, and 170, parish 'Phorouly, county Delatite : Beechworth district. Grazing block No 6440, 4000 acres, being tho Cnnvn lauda in the pariBh of Euraudelong, north of piiHtor.il allotment A, couuty Delatite : Beeob worth district. Grazing Licenses. Occupiers of Crown lands under ' grazing licenses iesued under the authority of section 3 oE th.3 Lund Act, 1890 nre notified th.it, upon paym...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

ET yo^EXi^#'cur^^^-ALBURY CARRIAGE WORKS?S betprjE^qar Wheels get spoilt. 8. RING%G&Sfc Manage?. , --?- ???Sf TUST OPENED a most Ytcffed and dutiful «J Assortment of CHRISTMAS ajS NEW YEAR CAjiDS and^OOB-LKTS. pickets and Boxes ofJfAssos^ed %l;ns from l^;.ij|-3^ajds. Also, TO&^?v-fEp.K^%G O 0 DS.#T^E'f£%O- B ACCO,- t&kg}0k^ a't?- BRENNERS Fancy Goods MeoeiJtJtbry, i3teg^-Btr.«€ffj^§lSury. Extra Stamps for Postage musirfce-enclGsed with Country Orders. MISS MACNAMARA`S Registry Office. Olive-street.-4-r ANTED, -Al kinds ai Domestic Sep^tB^iso Mar^d Couples and ? - Qovornesses, ';^.J}^lp)nnJ^|^sfplicatione mnei have enclosed ^pS ^^B^stfe. «bil]ii-g'R worth of stamps for correspondence. MRS. CHOAKE'S REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-str«)t, opposite Rose Hotel, WANTED, all JiSfds $p domestic Servants, Married Oonples, |fld G|,Terne8ses. All country applications mu8t%gtfe' %£jQEed.Tvith ... them Is. worth of stamps for correspbvuUoS$iSik^f6me for ':' .. ??' young girls awa...

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A COLONIAL ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

?' , ,,_ A COLONIAL ROMANCE. Under the heading 'A Romance ' the     Murrurundi paper writes :' We have   been shown a clipping from a San Fran   cisco paper giving an account of a marriage in that city of Captain A. P.   Carlson to Miss Annie Gimbert, daughter of Mr. William Gimbert, of this town. Miss Gimbert will be remembered by many, having resided in this town for some years. The wedding, it appears, was the closing chapter of a somewhat romantic courtship. Captain Carlson, some three years ago, then mate of the ship Governor Ames, met Miss Gimbert by chance in Newcastle; the acquaint ance then formed soon grew into mutual love, and when Captain Carlson left New   castle he carried with him the promise of Miss Gimbert to be his bride. It was at first intended that he should return to Newcastle to be married, but as time passed this arrangement had to be altered,   and at his request Miss ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

Special B.-3vertisementsB this esutuail LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OIF1 isTJEtrW TOEK. Established 1843. RICHARD A. M'CURDY, president. The Largest and Wealthiest lafe Insurance Rf Company in the Wo^d, # ... ? ??# ASSETS II dat^gf last Officjfa Investigation, ;f -££cjpiber 31, 18||4, ^ e ..SJtiS&fe ...|7£9,^10,5^Sjv. Sujflus ...:^;^|_.|J£^3jl5:| W Tu£il^£lCYJ^3Lg|lKS. Vg^?r aIt MODERN FORMS 0 ffl§£ INSURA^GL /-The Popnlar Trust Inves||asnt Policies were Originated by tnia Office ikustralian SSepartment s - COMPANY'S BUILDING, MARTIN-PLA.OB, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Z. C. BENNIE, General Manager. Agent at Albury— G. S. ADAMS. PHARMfiqfii flOAL CHEMIST, — ^^- En ^ 'SO* Sa '^ « ? H, O. CMNNON, WHEif BUYER, ^ i ta f 1$ -j^s III1 AI# RAILWAY J|tATIONS. Hl^ffTijARKET RATES, And Proltpt Cash KeturnB, fig ? Office — Men z's Australian Hotel, Allbury.

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

OALENDAB FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. ? jj San. iioon. . 5 *y8' Slsoa. Sets. Slaes, Sets. a m. it a D.M. a.M. 10 Friday ~ -. ' - 6 U 7 44 12-iOai 3 32a 11 -t!?*a' ? .5 12 7 4+ 120 4 41 12 1st Sun aKer Epiphany. 5 13 ? 44 '4 6 5 47 BSKS5 :: :: :: SIS ?S S»^ ?S 15 Wednesday . .. ..5 16 J« 5 3 8 11 16 Thuroday ? 5 17 7 43 6 8 8 43 Melbourne mean time. ?fcToow'fl Phases.— New moon, .January 15th, 8.19 am. : first quarter, 23rd, 12 42 p.m.; full moon, 30th, 6 55 p.m. ? ____ AND WODONGA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1896.

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ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

ALBURV -??BOROUGH DOWtCIL. The ordinary meeting of this body was held on - Wednesday evening, the members present being ' 'the Mayor and Aldermen Billson, Ohenery, ' Hodge, Adama, Ashby, Woods, Jones, and Potcs, After the U3ual routitie preliminariea, corres pondence was dealt with as follows :— w - -From the fcublic Works Department, inti . mating that the sum of £2965 2a. due in respect of the water supply must be paid forthwith, or . \ . , Btepa would be taken to enforce payment. '+*„? ' The Mayor said there was about £2890 in the p.? \ ?- bank to credit of the water supply acoount. yV'' , Alderman Abhby said it would he unwise to V'-v' enter Jnto any arrangement with the Govern /''' tnent whilst the system was in its present incom ?,,-Cj ' plete state, The Goulburn scheme provided' an h/r ' eight days' supply whilst the Albnry scheme only \-i~, . . allowed for one. He suggested that a committee ?V7 ' ba appointed to consider ihe whole question with \''-' ,, a view to asking the ...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

'WOOOHGA SHIRE Council/ Wednesday, January 8. Present— Oouncillors M'Farlane (in the chair), W. Smith, H. Smith, Bassett, Manns, Morrison, M'Geoch, and Draper. OOBBESPONDENOB. . From the Under-Tveasurer, Melbourne, under date llth December, 1895, as follows ;—' I am directed to remind you that, under the Munici palities Advanoes Act 1895, the Treasurer is empowered to make advances to municipalities during the year 189?, under the terms prescribed by tbe Act Applications from municipalities desirouB to participate in tne loan snouia tnere fore be sent to the Treasurer at an early date, as no allocation can ba made after tbe 31at inst.'— 'The Bhire's portion having been applied for and obtained by the seoratary, it was moved by the chairman, seconded by Councillor Manns, and carried, that this council approves and confirms the action of the shire secretary in procuring, under the Municipalities Advances Act 1895, the sum of £(15, being a loan to the Shire of Wodonga. From Municipal A...

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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. THURSDAY, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

COMMERCIAL GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBUKY. :- Thursday, January 9. Wheat.— 3a 8d per bushel. N , SYDNEY. Tuesday, January 7. Maize.— River maize quoted 3s to 3d 3d, ac cordion to quality ; Southern ma'ze, 3a '4d j prime inland, 3a 5d, to 3s 6d per bushel. Oata — Prime, 2s 6d per bushel. Cape Barley —Quoted at 33 ; English, 2s 8d to 2a 9d per bushel. The associated millers quote beat roller flour sit £10 per ton, and new at £9 10s for January' delivery. Intercolonial wheat is nominal ; new local wheat, 4s to 4s Id per bushel. Chaff.— Imported ebaff ; Prime Adelaide, £4 15s to j-4 17s Gd ; T&scnanian, £4 153 ; medium, £4 7a Cd to £ 4 103- Local : Prime, £5 to £5 5s ; medium, from £4 10s per ton. Hiy. — Local oaten, in bucdles : Prime, £6; medium, £5 W £5 10a per ton. Straw.— Local : Derrick-pre3eed, £3 I2s 6d ; Tasmanian, £3 5s to £3 10s ; bundled, £3 to £3 103 per ton. . Lucerne, — Hunter River : Prime green, £3 ; medium, £2 103 to £2 15*. Railway : Prime, £3 5s to £3 10s ; m...

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ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

ALBURY RETAIL PRICES GURREHT. Butter, Is to Is 3d per 1b Eggs, 6d to7d per doz Bam, lOd per lb Bacon, 5d to 8d per lb. Oats, 2s 9d per bushol Chaff, 53 per cwt - Potatoes, 8b per cwt Barley, 3s per bushel Bran, lOd per bushel Pollard, lOd per bushel.

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