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MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

MELBOURNE PRICES .CURRENT. ?Wednesday. January 8. The general prices are as fol'ow :-rPork, ?8d to 6d per 1b ; mutton, 1^4. to 3Ji per lb ; beef. 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry.— Fowls, 3s to 6s per pair ; docks, 3s 6d to 5b per pair ; geese, Is to 8a per pair ; turkeys, 8a ta 20a per pair. Dairy Produce. — Cheese, 4d to Dd per lb ; eggp, 8d to Is per dosen; butter, 8d to Is per lb; bread, 4Jd to 6d per 41b loaf j honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 5d per quart ; ham, 7d lOd to per lb ; bacon, fid to Sd do.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

i ALBURV FARMERS' MARKET. C 'P. W. True reports sales on Saturday, f 4th January, as follows :— Butter, separator Is to f Is 2d, dairy 9d tolled pur lb ; eggs 6£d per :, doz j bacon, shoulders 4-1, hams 6Jd to 8d per lb ; 1 fresh mntton, sideo Is 6d to 2s Id, hindquarters |: Is to Is fid, forequarters 7d each, lamb Is Id to 1' Is 5d per side ; corned roll beef ljd per lb ; ! honey 6hd per bottle ; fowls, la 8d to 2s 3d per .[.,. rair ; apricots, Id and ljd par lb 5 apples, Id par !;?? lb.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

CHAS. L GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. Wodonga Fortnightly Mabket. Messrs, Chas L. Geiffith and Co. report having hold their usual fortnightly market at their Wodcnga yards on Tuesday, 7th inst , a large number o£ cattle being yarded to a fair attendance of buyers, but owing to the continued dry weather stock of all sorts met with a dull pale. We quote best bullocks to £5, others from £i tD £t 15s ; best cows £3 10s to £4. others from £1 10s up j forward condition store bullocks A3 103 to £4. Fat fcbeep. — Best crossbred wethers, prime nnd heavy, tntida up to 1* 1 Id, merino ewes to is fid. We *old lots for Mesira Thoa Elliot, Jas. Lobban, John M'Donald, Weil Mar.lcay, Phillip Rau, H. P'lyu'z, Jasper Newson, and others.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

VICTORIAS! COURTS.'.' fe ,,; ? o- ? *- L .-. :' : ASSIZE COURT. . \T}f-\ '- Beeohworth ... ... Tuesday, March IT. ' -,%. , -- . GENERAL SESSIOS8. - - ' '*'/* ' Beech worth ... ... Wednesday, April 15. ' ?~. COUNTY COURTS. Beechworth ? Wednesday, April 15. ' ? , , Ohi'tern ? Tuesday, April 14 ' -l ? s* Wodonga ... ..'. Wednesday, March 11, COURTS OF MINE 8. ? ? ' ' Beechworth ? Wednesday, April 16. Ohiltern ... ... Tuesday, April 14. *' { / Wodonga ? Wednesday, March II, J \ ?- , ' PETTY SESSIONS, , ' ? Beechworth ... ... Daily Bethanga ... ... Every Wednesday '? . Corryong ? First Sat. each month Ohiltern _*. ... Every Monday, Wednea* day, and Friday Eldorado ... ... Every Wednesday '\^ Kiewa ... .-? First Wed. each month y MittaMitta ... ... Every Tuesday Myrtleford ... ... Every Friday ', Stanley ... ... Second and fourth Tues day each month Ppllangatta- ? Every Wednesday Wodonga ... ... Every Thursday Tackartdnnd&h ... Every Monday,

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

E-t ?* I &- / — —v— ? cLzz—J?^ ? ^^aSU^o '*. — c- , ? .»»- *i\ THE FEIpKAl^yf OeLSCCiic/jjSOTG- G©.? PTHHE tooat Modern and Highest Class of SCOURING and DRYING MACHINERY. Large STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. Wool treated JL. in a Bkilful manner by efficient tradesmen, The HigheBt Possible Results produced with promptness and despatch. OPINION OP A LEADING BUYER.—The wool treated by the Federal Wcolscouring Co. is well scoured, and no improvement what ever could be desired except perhaps to take r little more weight out. Cocsignmenf s received and delivered at Albury or Wodonga Railway Stations, insured while at the works, and consigned to any destination FREE OF CHARGE. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on Wool consigned for scouring. The Company act as strictly Woolscourers, and do not purchase either wool or Bkins. Further particulars on application, ?_??... .address? 'TM S fifl A. M M. © M 3b9 .A. & 3B.9 3% 'ST.. ? ? Raciagp ? ,_ : TO BE HELD AT ON Saturday, astli January, 2.89®, Fi...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

'THE LAND' TAX.. ;l The most melancholy prospect of the; coming year is the inevitable injury to the ! staple industries of the colony of New South ! Wales by the Labour-inspired Land Tax.] It is an astounding thing that the average working man imagines' that he is obtainin g some advantage when he inflicts a loss upon an. employer. He forgets that he is paid out of the profits of his master's business, that if profits sre reduced to the vanishing point or dangerously near it wages must inevitably fall, and that if the business shows all loss and no profit a time come3 when the employer can carry on no longer and the employes lose their means of earning a livelihood. The Land Tut is aimed at a class of employers who cannot evade the impost. Men in other businesses if they are taxed, can collect the amount due to them and invest their capital in different directions, or in other countries. But the landowner cannot so readily escape ; he is nailed to the pillory and must submit to any...

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

Sales toy ' J^actloa.. ? CEA8. *£,' 'GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUC Salo G0&4-? Stort/ Theep.— Wednesday, 15th Albury ifortnigl '. *y j. ''arket.— WednFs3ay, 15th Janj^ry.--*. V.\ Wodong'ifSbrtnJghtly^Tket.— Tuesday, 21at January. . 'v5,-«^- Bale of Cottngea and Valuable^Town Allot ments, at Albury Hotel.— Saturday, 25ta January. Tallangatta Market.— Date to be fixed, ' 6000 STORE. SHEER GHAB. L. GRIFFITH anjlpi. will sell by public auction, ^gthe Mp|eipal Yards, on ' WBDNES At^STH AUARY, \ 6000 STORI§;SH|§§P, a =iarg||proportion of , which Ate' yo^^pierino 8||es (maidens) from s^e of|||ei^J|tatioSpri Riverina. These sh£pp are afl in good condition, having been heavi'iy culled, and are for positive and ? absolute silk, and come direct from the stations whfere they were bred. Buyers on the lookout .. _ for first-class young ewes should not fail to attend this sale. ? WEDNESDAY, 15th JANUARY, . At 10.30 a.m. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH and On. will sell by auction, at tho Munioipal Yards, on We...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A FUNERAL IN MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

A FUNERAL 'JH 10R0CD0. Seated in my tent outside tbe village of ftas Doura, in Morocco, watching the horaes feed, and wondering if- after all, it was really worth while ever to return to England, I heard a wail. Like the Celtic 'coronach,'* tbe Arab wail is something outside humanity. No jackal or coyote can produce a sound more dismal. It makes yon sad at once, and yet sadness must be a kind of mental convention after all, for both the ' coronach ' and the Arab cry are jast as doleful when they issue from the lips of a professional mourner. Fancy a mute at a funeral impressing one with sad ness, or inducing thoughts of anything but gin and water. At the door of a little hut appeared a woman scarcely veiled, her hair streaming like a pony's tail. After her another, and then a group of children, all raising the same doleful cry. Then from the other beehives and huts came groups of womeD, to comfort and to wail in concert ; in the midst was the widow, with tears running down her cheek...

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

SV3R/J. L. THOMPSON, Principal of the Hawkoabury Agricultural College, will BELIVE §M. LE|iaSrRE At the o|tTNCIlSaMBBI||, on WBDN^DA^jpS^gi INSlANT, Admission Free. G. E. MAOKAY, . Sedfetwy, ? £.081: aijfa Fomad. '' ' , BAT MVpllE, Btar.JljjiyearB, branded MO near ..Bhojffder four eftra bj^pj^, and sold ia Wodongsff saleJ|J£T-||r in ^a)@Ty, 1895, now grazing ^^^mia.m ''»wner mp? have same by paying coato^admrtiaemenbp If not claimed, within 30 day^tvilgoe sold t$g|pgg|pensefl.; *$ & M'lLLTtl^BROS., fi| Biggera, ? v Trite -^ ,** ? : ? ' ? 1 — f\ N jggil|O U f D ,.^E W 'JUk D, LOST fripy Boomanpj^tona,.ono bay Jla.RE, aged, bran^ld^A^Jtiea^^ou%er, near hip foot white, Bt#1WS#heM. . '^ '. IF PATRICK TENISON, Boomanoomana* r\ N E P g/u N^D B^l W a|b Df - * LOST fromjnear tho %DiJ|Dg Down 1|'drkfl, one brown P(|$fYj brandedsPIT conj -ine | - neaf shoulder. Last Been nearjpraarlong. ',jj The aboyi'reward witus-e pat&on deliv if y to CHARLES FRAUBNPELDbI, . Cemetery-road, A...

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ORDINARY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

?OI1DINAT-Y MEETING. COnHESPONUENCli. From J. W. Wilson, Eakda'e, complaining that he had been improperly rated, and bad paid f jr certain laud of which he had n t been in occupation ninoe 1892, aud fiflkinf; for a re-! fund oi Biich payment — Referred to valuer. From W. Heilley, submitting claim for £4 18s 93. bein/j the shire'a propoition of cost (as sgreed upon) for improvements m-de by tha writer to th ? bridle track between Mitta Mi ta ????*:'? I,?!*;.' Vcir.-.— iV inrr.t pr.ivi..l;vi ?;?.:,--. tViKiTV-.;:. H:ir!iLi,uti;;ir.r;;:-- U'.v.l.'tv-HiT. .?},o,% 'J'-.'iu;-.'. ,'iy, i' )ip!y t- tv;.un-..ii'- J c-.t t ?-- ',*, r.Aivg win; HiepB wu;u buinf* iuke? t-- abutc, the amoku nuisance, nlating that all optn kilns had been done away with, also stall roasting, and that arrangement's have been made for catching the arsenic, Further improvements wt-re in prospect for saving Bulphur and arsenic — Received. FroraTho3. Mariin, manager Wallace-Bethanga C, applying for permission to convey...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

^ ^TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL , ANNUAL MEETING. President — Councillors Waters (president), ? - \ Lake, Paton, Reid, Carkcek, and Johnson. THE BALAKCH SHEET For the year ending 30th September, 1895, was allowed, adopted, and pushed. The figures were .. — Receipts, £d695 ISs 51 ; expenditure, £5231 la lOd. ; assets, £H06t 19s ; liabilities, £661 15s. 5d. Current rates uncollccted, £1213; total rate arrears. £3006 Os, AUDITOBS* KEPOKT. The auditors' report was read as follows : — Tallarsgatta, November 20, 1895. The President and (JouneUlocs, Shire of Towong. Gentlemen, — We have the i-.vor to inform yon -hat we have completed the audit of yuiir accounts of your l-hire for the twelve taon.hs ending 30. h September ls.ai, and we have certi fied to the woik bang tcrurate in the different books concerned, the following settlements re maining to be niiicie at the close of the year. The comparison between the bUcks of the receipts issued by tne rate-colkctor and the amount;] paid in by him to th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

SUMARY OF LATE MEWS. ; Under present arrangements Hobart is to become headquarters of the ' consultation ' bnsiceBs. ? A section of the Hobart people do not ap- 7 '- prove of the change. ?''''» Iu a local seizure of spirits made at a Ch' nese shanty some very curious samples were included. The 'brandy was pronounced by local . experts to be mainly fusel oil of the choicest kind. A sensational balloon accident is reported from Sydney. , -' ~ Miss Lalia Adair whilst deec3nding In a pavachute was blown over the harbor. She was rescued from the water by two fishermen, just as she was, on the point of drowning. - Alderman lyes,' the new Mayor of Sydney, commenced his official duties last week. An old man uamed Hartzog perished near Hughenden for want ot water. The case of Johnson, centenced for perjury it- connection with the Butler case, is likely to fie reconsidered by Government. The man Smith who made tbe sensational leap from the gallery ot a theatre in Sydney is recovering. Toe Gov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

BW )ga coraforC 'aVji health,/ idotnr Af/sif 'aud n\ - wiatonoo a(c OfVfra, J3; yoiuoo1'^ t ',(?ljo'@

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

With reference to the new system of taxation which has just come into opera tion ifc is too early as yet to speak from experience. Ifc is regarded by its sup porters as a great boon to the poorer classes of the community, who theoreti cally should now have to contribute no thing at aU to the revenue, if they only ? avoid the consumption of tobacco and strong liquors. We have before coq tendedthat this absolute exemption from all taxation of a large ssction of the com munity is hot fair to the rest of the popu* lation ; and we still contend that each man in the country shouldpay something inpro portion to his mean?. It remains, however, to be seen whether the ' poor man' even now will not have to pay duty to the '.'?'. merchant ins: ead of to the state. This is a point on which heads of fatniiiea will soon have an opportunity of satisfying s themselves. Ifc will bo remembered that when duties were levied, the contention of the ultra freetraders was, tli^t t;ie con sumer paid not only...

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A SIGNIFICANT SPEECH. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

A SIGNIFICANT SPEECH. . London, January 3. ' 1 The Canadian Parliament was opened to- - j day- ' ' . j The Right Honorable the Earl of Aber- I deen, Governor-General of Canada, in the I course of his speech at the opening of Par- 1 liament, referred to the existing difficulty -j between England and the United States. . J His Excellency said that it was impera- ' I tlvely. necessary that the. militia forces of /J the Dominion should be efficiently armed, I and that the defences should be strength' - ' I ened. ^ |

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THE VENEZUELAN DISPUTE. CALMER COUNSELS. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE VENEZUELAN DISPUTE. CALMER COUNSELS. London, January 5: A more hopeful tone characterises the discussion of the Yenezenla dispute in the English and American press. Much attention has been attracted by the proceedings of the New York Chamber of Commerce, which a few days ago passed a resolution strongly censuring President Cleveland's action, and advising that arbitration should be resorted to tor the settlement of the whole difficulty. At the same meeting one of the members of the chamber, Mr. Schurz, suggested that a joint British and American commission should be appointed to investigate the eariy chronicles as to the boundary of Venezuela and Guiana, instead of the independent American commission proposed by Mr. Cleveland. Many newspapers, both in Grotvt Britain and tho Uuited Slates, sympathise with this suggestion. It is also reported that the highest Americau authorities are in favour of a joint irquiry into1 the boundary dispute, and are willing that (ho Uuited States Go...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. A GREAT INSURGENT VICTORY. LONDON, January 6 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

, THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. A GREAT INSURGENT VICTORY. London, January 6 In spite of the the two successes recently ' achieved by the Spanish troops against ? ' the Cuban insurgents, the latter have been able to continue their advance upon ? Havana, the capital of the island, and they have now won an important victory over the Government troop?. Towards the end of December the insur gents were reported to have been severely defeated at La Crucos, in the centre of the island, and a Spanish force under the com mand of Marshal Martinez Campos subse quently surrounded the enemy at Matan zas, on the north-west coast, and again ? worsted them, killing 700. Agreatdemon , stration was made when the commander in-chief shortly afterwards arrived at Havana. The Cuban insurgents have now en countered the Spaniards not Jar from the capital, and alter a severe engagement completely routed them, inflicting heavy Joss. Following up this success they are threatening Havana, and the Government . troops ...

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AFFAIRS IN TURKEY. FIGHTING AT ZEITOUN SUSPENDED. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

AFFAIRS IN TURKEY. ? 9 ? FIGHTING AT ZEITOUN'' SUSPENDED. London, January 3 ^ It was recently announced that the Sultan of Turkey had consented to allow - the consular representatives of the powers at Aleppo to mediate between the Armen* ian refugees from Z8itoun, which was lately sacked by Turkish soldiery, and their op pressors. It is now reported that hostilities between the Turks and the Armenians at Zeitoun are suspended. - ? It is reported that Kurdish troops have killed 2,000 Christians at Orfas, in Asia Minor. A great massacre of Armenians is also reported to have taken place at Biredjik*

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THE MEKONG DISPUTE. BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE MEKONG DISPUTE. -,-'. BRITISH REINFORCEMENTS.'.. London, January 6; The British Goveriutmnc has t.sk?n; steps 'o reinforce ics military pcaS on ,tho M^lc^iig Ri^or, where ihe ut^otiuU^tis'tvijQ Fraiioo raspucting tho Auglc-Frfcc'i bouddavy iliiie h''vo lately orun to h d»?Hd! -ctk. , . ?: j:^ -' ?'.-':

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MRS. PAKNELL. INSANE IN NEW YORK. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

MfesTir^E^-^yy^iv :--: - ; . INSANE IN JJEW ':YO1XK^0' -s ?' -' 'Losi)ost.. Ja'O&i yv6.; . -?' - ' Mrc Pj.rn;'I', i-bc 'wicio-.v oi! tho. liu^Mr. ' ? Charles S{uiv.rl PurBoH, i-a-3 bec.-uie ''insanW ' - S--;- is t)f)t:(ii.-ed i'Oi.1 trotttaietit iu a iibVpitftV' ' - iu Naw York.

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