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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
;--'-'v' ,:: ?si-'P'E1riT a t t^w-Qv ipa^ a q '; - ??, ' 3 Bots. BRANDY * 3 „ WHISKY 3 „ RUM : *- 1 „ SCHNAPPS^ 1 „ PORT I 1 » SHSERY, 3 Bots. PORT 3 „ SHERRY i doz. BOTTLED ALE. 4Bots. ENGLISH ALE X 3 „ LAGER BEER - 1 „ PORT -'-I V SHERRY 1 „ WHISKY 1 „ BRANDY 1 „ RUM. THE ABOVE ASSORTMENTS MAYBE VAEIED AS DESIRED. - . ' FAMOUS COO-LALTO; HOCK, GHABLIS5 CLARET, &o, English Hams, Dutch Cheese, Mew Dates, Figs, Muscatels, Almonds, Currants, Elemes, Sultanas* Ginger .. in Byrup, Arnott's Christmas Cakes. _^ ? gubiic gar oticega -- . H fvl I PI-'vF Licensed Surveyor^aid La&t/1 . - Bpeddlj^oenl^^^tjie Re£' /'Property Actf BEING stationed at fie Head Quarters of the Board District, ^aick and reliable infor mation on all Land Makers can be obtained on application: Position of. all Vacant Lands ebown to intending selectoro if required. Over 140,000 aoreB of goad LandN will be thrown open for Settlement Lease about the end of October. J . , All Land Board Meetings attended p...
THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
m 'UNEMPLOYED.- ? : ? ^ ? : ? — ' The Qundagai Times says :— ' The re sult of the general eleotion has been to change the taxation system of the colony, and to place a heavy . additional burden upon the industrious and the thrifty. Un happily the consequences so far are not what the working classes anticipated. ' The number of unemployed is increasing every day, said Mr. Josepn Uroer, tne neaa 01 the Labour Bureau, last week to a repre sentative of this journal. 'There are now about 10,000 men out of work in Sydney, and if the streams of unemployed, which are setting in from the country, continue, the city will be flooded with those who are wanting work and cannot get it. Hundreds of unemployed are now coming from the country districts.' The explanation is simple. The effect of the land and income taxes is that employers are dismissing merjj and cutting down wages. Practical, if somewhat conservative, free traders in the city are looking forward to a great awaken ing, and, as one of...
ENTERTAINMENT IN AID OF ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
ENTERTAINMENT m AID OF ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT. The annual entertainment on Boxing Night in aid of the building fund of St. Joseph's Convent, Wodonga, took the form on this occasion of a concert and farce. Probably owing to the oppressive heat, the attendance was not so large as was the case at previous gatherings $ still there was a very fair houee. The fie*. Father O'Connor, who had been announced to preside, was unfortunately unable to fulfil his engagement, owing to his being detained at Chiltern, and in the rev. gentleman's absence Mr. J. Ryan dis charged the duties uf chairman. The first part of the programme was devoted to musical numbers. The first item, ' Popular Airs' (an instrumental trio) was very artistically rendered by Misses Cox (2) and Jennings, whose performance reflected the highest credit on the Sisters at the Con vent. Mr. Marriott, an Albury visitor, contributed two comic songs, and was encored for 'The Nipper.' The old favorite, 'Come Back to Erin,' was very nice...
DONATIONS TO THE ORPHANAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
DOMOTOMSJgTCWMAGE. ? - The Sisteis of Mercy beg to offer their ~ most grateful thanks Jo their kind bene factors for the following subscriptions received since the last publication, May ,16, 1895-:— Miss Eyan (Wallandool)r£i, .Mra.-Doring (Howlong) .£1, Mrs. Molloy 10s., Mrs. Caspars £1, Mr. J. Eok- :jg2: 11s., Mrs._Maloney £1, Eight Sev. Dr. Dunne £1, Eight Rev. Dr. Gibney £1, his Grace the Archbishop of Adelaide £1, Mr.. Oarey (Heydonton) £\,-Mv. Danne (Mulwala) £1, Mr. A. Eyan £1, Mrs. Madden (Melbourne) 10^., Mr. B. Ferry 10$., Eev. J. Hennessy £2, Mr. M. O'Hal % lerha'n (Bowna) £1 l(k, Mr. Creagh £2 23., Miss Everston 53., Mrs. Ryan 5s, Mrs. Mason (Stanley) 6a,, Mrs. Smith (Mai 'verne) 11s. 6d., Mrs. Hunter ..10.3.', Mis3 Dunleavy 53., Miss Lily Anderson 10s., Miss Eosina Anderson 103., Mr. D. Connors (deceased) £1, Mr. Mangan 10.*., Mr. M. Gaffney £1, Mrs. T. Walsh 6i., Mrs. C. Bight £1, Mrs. T. Griffith 10s., Mrs. Seymour £1. The sisters aho wish to thank the following for pr...
PRESENTATION TO MR. F. ZILIUS LATE POSTMASTER WALLA WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
P : SPHESENTj&TIOJl tO MR. F. ZIUUS, ;: .. 4ATE POSTMASTER WALLA WALLA. ? Q— — ? t.. r , (FBOM A OOBRESPONDENT ) ,,; v,rA deputation of the. Walla Farmers' ?- - ^tfarion met together on Christmas Eve at out late postmaster's residence, to present - . ^fcinrwiih an address for the services which he rendered as postmaster for nearly 20 \ years to our township. la introducing the deputation Mr. J. Wenke said that they tfltlltr fftlf. t.hn lrisa ftf MV TiiHnaV aarmnoa in the capacity of postmaster, which billet 5 lie filled so ably and faithfully for such a .long time, and he (Mr. Wenke) was sure ithat every one waa with him in the opinion - - that he (Mr. Ziliue) had not only done it most ably and faithfully, hut that he had &1- ? 'ways done his utmost to oblige every one who needed his service as postmaster* He was always there to deliver the mail both early in the morning and late at night, and he (Mr. Wenke) waa Borry that the funds of v the union were so limited tha...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir, — In what way does the ' hot fly' attack horses, what are the usual symptoms and affects of its bite 1 Ia there any remedy for it ?— Yours faithfully, CONSTANT READER [The fly lays its eggs in the hair under the chin or in the fetlocks, and th'-y~cui- not be removed except by frequent applica tions of kerosene and oil. The eggs take about five weeks to hatch, end if taken iuto tho horse's stomach, which is usually done by the horse licking itself, the gruba feed on the ? stomach and perforato it, the horse ultimately dying with symptoms of gripe. The treatment recommended is fre quent application of kerosene and oils, or carbolic acid and water to remove the egg. In abou1; five or six weeks' time the condi tion of the horse should be carefully watched, and if it gets low in condition and shows., other symptoms of being ? unwell doses of salt and water should be given internally.— Ed. A.B.] ?' The euatotna colU c'lona at Brlobane for the quasa...
THE MONROE DOCTRINE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
THE MONROE DOCTRINE} When President Cleveland's now notorious despatch was first scanned by Lord Salisbury, the British Prime Minister is reported to have ejaculated, ' Bat what is the Monroe doctrine ?' Ihe report was afterwards contradicted ; but if the words had been uttered they might have formed on the one hand an ironical commentary on America's attitude from the point of view of an English statesman, and on the other the index of perplexity which most English-speaking people leel as to tne meaning of the words. Everyone has heard of the doctrine of Lon inteiference and the doctrine of f avoured-nation clauses, the doctrine of transub»tantiation and other doctrines more or less passive and active ; but what is the Monroe doctrine ? In the necessarily scanty cable message that have reached us about this disquieting develop ment of American politics it has been stated that Lord Salisbury has referred the Monroe doctrine to the consideration of foreign as well as English jurists,...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. ? ? — ? ' Bun. fcloon. | Diyo. aiaea. Bets. Bines. Sets. ~ ~ ~ ' n m. h «'. b .m. n.M. * HWdav -. - _ 5 5 7 44 949A UIM 4 ^n??av . ? ~ . 5 6 7 44 10 19 8 20 «£*Mfflffl^ ?SJ!£.8K 8 Wednesday .. ?? « » * ** ~ * ' yjrhurBday .. .? 5 10 7 U 127M ? i 22 ~ Melbourne mean time Mtooa'a Phabeb.— Last quarter. January 8tn,l 2B am -new moon, 15th. 8.19 a m. : first quarter. 23rd. 12 42 p.m. ; full moon, 30th. 6 55 p.m. WODONGA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1896. Isr the coming year, landholders aud persona iu possession of interest pro ducing property, will have practical ex. perience of the new system of direct taxation, under which a large section of t.TiA Rommunitv will get off scot free. The experience, however, will only be a partial one. So far, only the ' thin end of the wedge ' has been introduced. But any person who imagines that his present contribution to the land or income tax, represents the full extent of his liability in the same respect for next ye...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
Special ildvertiscmentSo TI3H MUT^T&i LIFE INSURAKOE COMPANY OIF ITEW TTOBK. Established 1843. RICHARD A. M'CURI$Y, President. ' T&^argestan&WealthiJft Life Insurance # m Cp'mpa&y in tblf World. ASSESS at date. 'of last f/fficisT Investigation, | De'cemfcoj 3 « , 1§P4,^ IifjomeV. .. '/J;... £9^80,548. Surplus -r '... ;„ ?» £4 323,145. PURELY MUTUAL. %I.T- PROFITS GO TO THE POLIO raOLDExlS. ALL MODERN FORNiS% LIFE INSURANCE. The Popular Trust Investment Policies were Originated by this Office jS-ustralian ^Department s . COMPANY'S BUILDING. M^KTIN.PLAOB, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Z. C. RENJSIS, General Manager. : Agent at Altmry-G. S. ADAMS. JcTiail^ ^LACKIB, PHARMfo#TIOAL QHEW11ST, D'EAN-STKEET, : . -— j*a. & K 131 S ?^'. ?
MURRAY ROWING ASSOCIATION'S REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
SHiURRAY ROWING ASSOCIATION'S REGATTA. The thirty-fifth annual regatta under 'the auspices of the Murray Bowing Association was celebrated on Wednesday at Lake Moodemere. The weather was favorable and the attendance very large, £105 being taken at the gates. The committee had made excellent arrangements for the convenience of the public, and nothing oc curred to mar the day's erjoyment. The re sults were as follow, the prizes being trophies: — Maiden Four-oared Rice. One mile and 100 yards. First prize, £12; second, £5.— Bchnca Bast— J. Finnicane, J. Webb, A, Cheers, Q-. Beers, J. Drysdale (cox.), 1 ; Lake Moodemere, 2 j Butherglen, 3. Won by a length and a half. Time, 6min. 36sec. Champion Four-owed Gig Race. Victoria. Mile and 100 yards. First prize, £40 ; second, £12 103.— Echuca East — W. Thompson, A. Douglas, T. Harris, A, Douglas, Drysdale (cox.), I ; Lake Mcodemere, 2. Albert-park and Eagle hauk rowed in the flist heat, and retired. Won by a length. Time, 6miE 2lsec. Handicap...
NOTES OH CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
NOTES OH CURRENT EVEMTS, The financing of the Albury Borough Conn ?vii stauda forth as a atrikiug and brilliant -x»mple for the edification of all corporate iodip.s. Six months at^o it was discovered v.bat the rates were very Badly In arrears. Uudi r ?be oia regime, wh«u irifiars like G. A. Thoinp inn had uuriue away In the management, and wnen me pertinacious .uuiiey nela cmse, too much attention was paid to the vulgar question or £ a. d., and the current rates were collected soon after they became due. With the advent to power of the glorious Reform Party, Prin ciple 'eas recognised aa of more importance than pelf. A new system was inaugurated, he uidto fea.uro of which was the adoption of voluntaryism in lieu of compulsion. That is to sav if peopi - Ifkcd to pay their rates they might, if they didn't like to pay they could leave it alone, Strange to Bay thi* fly stem, founded on 'the broharhood of man,' w -a lot a commerciar success. In July last tl 0 n-reatB represented ^3500, a...
FRESH HORRORS IN ARMENIA. TWELVE PRIESTS MURDERED. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
- FRESH HOBRORS IN ARMENIA. . TWELVE PRIESTS MURDERED. ? London, December 30. Farther details continue to be received from Asia Minor showing that there i9 no cessation of the murders and outrages com mitted by the Turks and Kurds upon the Armenians. News of a particularly horrible outrage is published to-day. Twelve Armenian priests were capturea, auu. ouereu. uib alternative' of either embracing the faith of Islam or being pub to death. As they re fused to change their religion they were brutally murdered. Ttie continuance of anarchy and outrage in Asiatic Turkey, notwithstanding all the promises made by the Sultan to repres3 them, is arousing a feeling of dissatisfaction in England. The Times publishes an article to-day, In which it impresses upon the powers the necessity of taking effective action to put a stop ,to the present state of things in Asiatic Turkey. ..Several newspapers strongly urge Lord Salisbury to give the public some indica tion as to the nature of the obstacles...