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THE DIFFICULTY SETTLED. LONDON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE DIFFICULTY SETTLED, I London, January 9. ? The crisis with, Trausvaal is settled. Dr, Jameson Is Hkelv to be released. Yielding to* pressure brongbt to bear upon him by Sir Hercules RobiriHoo, PreeifJent Kruger has promised to cot-aider therotorma demanded by Ultlanderp. The Dutch cfficerB narrowly pre vented a Boer from shooting. Dr. Jameflon after the latter sutrender«d. Tbe Boers admit Dr. Jamfuoti's men dieplttypfl gront gallantry.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE TRANSVAAL DIFFICULTY. A BRILLIANT FEAT OF ARMS. HOW DR. JAMESON FOUGHT HIS BATTLE. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE TRANiVAAL DIFHGULTY. : a brilliant feat of arms. how dr. jame30n fought his , battle. London. January 6. ? Fuller particulars have now arrived as to the battle at Krugersdorp and Doornkop, which ehow that Dr. Jameson's force was even smaller than has been reported, but that it waa splendidly handled, and performed prodigiea of valor before the remnant of it* surrendered to tho enemy. ; Instead of 700 mounted riflemen, aa at first supposed, Jameson's contingent . numbered ' only 460, and the odds it had to faca was six to one, the Boer force brought into action against him heing 2700 strong, besides occu pying all the best of the position. NptwUbstanding this tremendous disparity' Dr. Jiimeaou's men fought a hotly contested and stubborn series of engagements for 36 houra, several tioies, (as already reported^ attacking the enemy in strong positions. Tho S^hting was prolonged until the email band of iovaders had fired their last cartridge, Dr;. Jameson hoping to tbe end that a for...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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TONE OF THE FOREIGN PRESS. LONDON, January 8 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

TONE OF THE .FOREIGN PRESS! London, January 8 ~ The altared tone of many of the Continental newspapers this morning, in view of the determine! at'.iluda aonumed by Great Britain, ;a dguificanc. Taa German neviv.paparfi, which a faw day« ago wero writing l:.\ a tone of furious hostility ugaliist EQglnndi ridicnliug tho disclaimers o the British Govtsmment of leBponefblUty-foi! Dr. Jameson's action, urging the Boers to wreak vengeance upon their prisoner?,' and declaring the Biitish sriz«a(nty over tho' Transvaal had been forfeited, are now speaking, in a far quieter and lesa .bombastic strain. In this morniog'e iastib they advocate that , lie difficulty between the two nations shall - ? bB referred to arbitration. It is noticeable, also, that the French newa paperp, which for the most part openly exulted: at the defeat of Dr. Jameson's expedition, aro to-day considerably lesa hostile in thoir tone towards Eagland. The American press, notwithstanding the ? ^. acute difficulty with; Gr...

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PATRIOTIC ENTHUSIASM IN ENGLAND. LANDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

PATRIOTIC ENTHUSIASM IN ENGLAND. London, January 8. The prompt and nucompromsing meuauren taken by the Cabinet lu tha present crisis with Gdrmany have arouaed iuteuse patriotic foel ? ing thousjhout the country. The British public are evincing tremeudoun enthusiasm at the energy displayed by Lorrl Salisbury, and emphatic demonstrations of hostility to the Ga-mans are being made. Many public meetings have already beeii held in London and eleewbere, at which the Emperor William's name haB been excitedly hissed by the audiences. The strong war feeling against Germany which has been aroused is in marked contrast to the calmness shown by the British people a few weeks since, when tho meBaago by Pre sident Clovelaud to Oongreos respecting the Venezuelan qaestioa provoked tho crisis with America. The measure's resolved upon by the Salis bury Cabinet do not stop at naval prepara tions. Immediate otopn uro being takon to send military reinforcements to South Africa. Two BrUhh regiments draft...

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

WE ARE OPENING SOME- ? - „ , THE NEW EjfT S H /UpE S- ' ^ ^ -'$*?;* t - _? -'The Lqjy s jpfj^pmg -;^;??;rV— ; \' ~ The Lifl¥l& * Work '. : 't^* / - v The Pi6S,io ^v-- ^-~-**£0&$^ * s ;'J : The Koko t ' -^S®27';; ; . AND MANY' OTHE^s/''1^^^-*^' '» ^ - ii) ' ' TQWNSEWD & HUME ST&, ALBURY.

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LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. ? ? * ? ? * ? ? (Pbom Newspaper Pri^s Ashooiatxon. ) . Sydsbv. Thuraday. At a meeting of Ihn: Australian Native As sociation at Prahran, Victoria, yeeterday night/ when tbe news arrived of Lord Salisbury's attitude, the audlenca roBe en masse, sang the Natioual Anthem and gave Luiarty cheers foe Euglaud. Sd !ar b:\8 public fueling gone tbafc an active- . Baiwivcs ia Imlng in:ul« I is some suburb's ot a Dumber of persona likely to eervo aa volunteers in lho ovtxnf of war. ,...?? Several hundred Cauteunial Park s^nd ehifters will bo given work on the railway deviation at Btungle. Enient Bavns before tho court to-day in connection with extensive robberies at Darllnfj Poin^, wn« vamandoil for a week. Tbe accused Is believed to be identical with a inaa who has ju3t completed a sentence of (our years tor - burglary. . Baplying to a deputation to-day, tho Trea«. »nror fiftid'he- had more money than he knew. -vh'-i lo d«i xvSth. . Micbael Dytion \r%a fined MO, or in defa...

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN LONDON. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN LONDON. ?v ? London, January 3. The butter shipped in Adelaide by the R.M.S. Ballarat and the R M.S. Oruba has been uold in London, and has fetched 102a. per cwt. The pork shipped in Adelaide by the steamer Woolloom joloo has been sold at . 3^. per lb. Tallow. — At yesterday's public auction of Austr:-la-i:tn tallow, 1750 c sk-* vv.ie ; offered, of which 425 -'ore sold. Thi* ? market shows n. fall of 3d. per cwt. I ?Wceat. — The Euglieb. wheat, markut is Bteetdy. Th« Continental markets are dull. The American market U §howiug R g^61** |

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THE "STATIST" PRIZE. 137 ESSAYS SENT IN. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE 'STATIST' PHIZE. . -» ? - 137 ESSAYS SENT IN. London, January 3. . i, : All the essays sent in to compete for ' the prize of 1000 guineas offered by the ' proprietors of the London financial paper '' v the Statist have now been received. Tno prize was offered for the best essay upon a practicable scheme for establishing an Imperial Customs Union, and the total number of essays received is 137.

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KING PREMPEH'S TACTICS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

KING PREMPEH'S TACTICS. London, January 6. King Prempeh, of Ashantee, is now con centrating bis fighting men at his capital, Coomassie, to resist the attack of Sir Francis Scott, who is advancing from the coast. The road to Coomassie is consequently open, and the British expedition i3 con ' tinuing ics march without, so far, en countering any resistance.

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THE ASHANTEE CAMPAIGN. ANNEXATION CONTEMPLATED. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE ASHANTEE CAMPAIGN. '* ANNEXATION CONTEMPLATED. London, January 6. Sir Francis Scott, the military com mandant of the Gold Coast Colony, and the officer in charge of the expedition now advancing, against King Prempeh of Aaaantee, at his capital, Coomassie, has made an important statement to a local chief. The commander informed the chief that it was the intention of the British Govern ment to annex Ashantee.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. s NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. This match was commenced on the Adelaide Oval on Friday and ended in a victory for Ne.w South Wales by an inninga and 31 runs. Scores :— ' New South Walks. - . 'K First Innings. - / Donnan, c Rsedman, b Giffen , ? 93 M'Kenzie, b Jones ? 52 Ireda'e, lbyv, b Jones ? 51 Richardson; lbw, Jones ? O . ' - Walters, lbw, Jones ? 13 - Kelly, c and b Jones ? ...- O Youll, b Jones ? ... 2 ' Newell, c Reed man, b Giffdn ... ... 12* Garret, o Reedman, b Giffen ...' ... .61 M'Kibbin, c Reedman,%b Jonea ... J ... ' -1 Howell, not out ? r. ? ',33 Leg-byes ? ... 2 Total ? 7., .320 South . Australia. : ' . — . First Innings. ?? . Martin, c Kelly, b Richardson ... - „... I Evans, b Richardson ? ~..., , 6 Lyons, b Howell ? ,.'. 28 Giffen, c and b H'Kibbin ? '-_-,»..,; 7i s Darling, c Newell, b M Kibbin .-.'.s V.r - 7 Hill, c Newell, b M'Kibbin .. ..! ; ... - 'B Reedman, not out ? - ... ' .'.., 19 F. Jarvis, b M'Kibbin .. .i. ... -O~ A. Jarvis...

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THE JERILDERIE TO BERRIGAN RAILWAY. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE JERILDEHIE TO BERRIGAH ' « RAILWAY. It won announced pome timo figo that the i owners of tho bind tbrougli which thapropoferl railway frcm Jarildefio to Berrigan will pasp, \ bad all nqveud to ^tve the land nqnired frea '^ , to tho Government. A difii.ultv bss arisen, ho-.;p,vr:r, owin/r to the fee ?; that portioa of the land in unTt;.]i'g rj, &:.h\ r.n the mor-'gnRcco ara ^ ' iii won io c.^ifi -:' oio'p.i', ihi-r« Iihh I.-oom bpiuq '* ?? ? i;iiMib'o vAv-nt 1,'Ciiiug 'In1 wcc«nenry dccuinoutB. .t'gi i-A, the Q ?verrnj'.'nt hy i.bf Ac' beirspre- ' durli'd Irt, ui noii. p; on wJih she work until tbo land ih sc'.uillv ''itttiiid over to it fir promised in writi;^. Tvsrd^ra ivure invittd lor the con ;-truc*i!'!J of tho line p.ud one wan dtdared to b3 tho lowi-Bt, but until the difu'juUy about ;he land ia petHi-d no tender can be ncccptod. El'jvvbvur, tha Miniater of Wo:k« Htjyn he ia ?n great hopes, ibot do will obtain all the neces sary frifjuatureH soon, and in that event ...

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CABLEGRAMS. FIGHTING IN THE TRANSVAAL. A BATTLE WITH THE BOERS. DR.JAMESON'S TROOPS DEFEATED WITH HEAVY LOSS. LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

it:;5' '?'* OABLEGRAl. -*\nn* ? ? = ? — ? , ? ; ? ' - FIGHTING 1H THE TBAHSVAAl. ' ?. ., * ? - - A BATTLE WITH THE BOERS. -DR. JAMESON'S TROOPS DEFEATED ?-.-.. - - - WITH HEAVY LOSS. ^ ' ' London, January 4. .' , ' ' Omoial information has been received ? stating that Dr Jameson's fqice was inter - '? cepted by the Boats before reaching1 - Johannesburg, and that an engagement ' took placj, near. Erugei sdorp, in. which - - tbe-invading force was defeated with heavy London, January 5. - A mil account ol the engagement near Krugeredorp has been received from the Hon. Sir Walter Francis Hely-Hutohinson, ' ' . Governor of the colony of Natal, who has cabled the description published by the press correspondents who 'witnessed the . fighting. ^ The report states that the engagement. - \ began at 3 o'olook on Wednesday aiter noon, and continued' without interruption until 11 o'clock that night, when hostilities ' ceased uatil next day. ^\,- Dr.- Jameson, with great gallantry, three times a...

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GRAVE INTERNATIONAL COMPLICATIONS. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

- GRAVE INTERNATIONAL : COMPLICATIONS. -. ' ' London, January 5. ' - '?. \ The Emperor William of Germany ha* '-' despatched a cable mpssage of a remarkable character to President Kruper in reference ' to the recent engagement at Krugersdosp. '?- -In the course of the despatch tha * Emperor William congratulated President - Krnger on his energotio action iu restoring peace, and preserving tho independence of the Transvaal territory without anpoalivic toany friendly powers. The moHs;»i;',n hiutfd' tliafc Germany wonM ? support) I'isxi in bis? notion, which wus pre ' pared aft ov ; i confer-nco hrll Iwtwcfis) i}s- Jlmperor Wiiliam, Piinco If -Sv u'-ho, i-htv OhunO'Moi'ov tb*- Knip'M ; Himt Miu-oh--K von BiobV.rfit',-in, MmluU-r of Foreign. Affairs j and H&rr H- llmaua, Minister of ? the Imperial Admiralty. The measngo is regarded fis implying c 'distinct recognition by Garmany of the ? ? independence of the Transvaal. Tha German press .generally writes iu a 11 tono af furious ...

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REVELATIONS BY THE "PALL MALL GAZETTE." PRESIDENT KRUGER'S SCHEME. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

REVELATIONS BY THE 'PALL MALL GAZETTE.' PRESIDENT KRUGER'S SCHEME. London, January 5. The Pall Mall Gazette publishes- an article dealing with the situation in the Transvaal. The journal reveals the existence of a huge scheme by President Kruger which is intended to crush the Uitlanders while they are unprepared, and is designed to cripple British interest in the Transvaal, limit British activity, and alienate the sympathy of the Orange Free State with Capo Town. - The ultimate objeci of President K'ruger's scheme, according to the Pall Mall Gazette, is to divert the trade of the Transvaal to the Portuguese settlement ol Delagoa. ' It is stated that Dutch and German capitalists are assisting President Kruger to carry his scheme into effect.

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RESIGNATION OF MR. RHODES. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

RESIGNATION OF MR. RHODES. London. January 6 ; In consrquence of the strong feeling evoked by the Jameson expedition and its disastrous consequences, Mr. Cecil Rhodes has persisted in his' determination to resign office as Premier of Cape Colony. Although Sir Hercules Robinson at first refused. *o accept the- resignation, Mr. Rhodes has again tendered it, and it hat been accepted by the Governor. Sir J. Gordon Sprigg, who has. been twice Premier of the colony and has held the office of. Treasurer in the present Go vernment since 1893, will reconstitute the Ministry and assume the Premiership.

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MR. CHAMBERLAIN REPLIES TO GERMANY. BRITISH SUZERAINTY TO BE MAINTAINED. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

MR, CHAMBERLAIN REPLIES TO .... GERMANY. . BRITISH* SUZ ER AINTY TO BE MAINTAINED. London, January 5. A great deal of excitement has been OMUsod in London by tha startling events in the Transvaal, and to-day a depu tation of merchants engaged in the Cape trade waitoil upon Mr. Chumberlain, Secre tary of Sate for the Colonies, to diecu3s the outlook. After listening to the views of the depu tation, Mr. Chamberlain mado a1 decidedly ronsBiU'ing reply, expressing tho opinion i'hal/i.ho prosp; cb of further (rouble iu (ho Tr;«agy»ttl was remote. Ho boiieved that Pivsi'Ifitv?. Kruger wouMno'-*' taka seeps to aatisfy'.'Uie- cfoims of tho UiilitnOovt; to a ?lair repr'caentatiop in th* govonminr.t of ihe o ?vioti.'.v, am! ho ackVed' that E^iiuid fnUy sjrap6thi8ed with tb^if tjspiniiions in iliis 'matter! . - '?' Mr.' Chamboilain cortoludiscl wilh a sig nilio-ut -declaration,- which has been ra fijtivci'-d thvoughonl th« country as ii rsply ho the exir-'itn-dinaTy message despatch(v_! by ? t...

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TRIAL OP THE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

TBIAL OF THE PRISO?!ER^. AoQofrfing ''f-.- Pmnf'ent Kruger a legal trial U to be accorded to iir. Jamnwn and h-B 8.:bjr diua'.O'. Th«' first. qOf.Rtio.' if f .r whai, offline ?will'iiMfly.te fri u, .inii tho Neco'.d i« hnw will \\)o tii,bnu,il V^ c-.n-v:! i:t« d ? Lese .m-\jeste '?# orovi.^d foe in {ha Tr. iisy^a: et-tutvs. anc5 jrob^bly Ibis rij 1.1 be the chiutro. U-:ou what ever chatf!9. howovnr, tbo p-is-fnera m-y bo iodifittd, if ia to bo hoped, ir tha foi-rrcsts cf justice, thiit t'ua ' osse ' .sill t.ot la ndjudicatsd .ippu io (.h-J nsuR-' Tnin-Vi'tU mn ner b':fee a jury Only bw^bevg r.vd ^fUiraHsed , Tvana vaii.iivc avft ftllowrd to cit np'i', j.ivios, inul iu the '?siijcriij1 cf «.!«cc8 fiboy c.iuu;:.'- --i' ignovuxii Boers. W'iili snoh mtu tl-eoi.^o wonll bo jTfjudgsd, Vind whatever isrgumenis might be adduced in Jame son's defence would be of no avail. Even in the simplest - miftera the Boers are incapable of forming 'correct, judgments, and in a case wbe'6 each one of th...

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THE SCENE OF THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE SCENE OF THE BATTLE. Krugersdorp, where Jameson was defeated, is si u i ted about 20 miles to the west of Johannes burg, and is the limit, properly speaking, of the Witwatersrand. Memorable as the neighbor hood already was in Boer history, It will now be doubly bo. It was there, on December 13, 1880, that the Boers decided upon a recourse to arm^ against English rale, and it wag then called Paardekraal. To celebrate the event a monu ment has been erected a little to the north of the railway station, and it is just three years since President Kroger presided at its inauguration in great state. The fact is now fully borne out that Mafeking was the point where Jameson crossed into the Transvaal, and passing through Potsohefstroom seemingly without opposition, his safe arrival at Johannesburg must have appeared very probable, the more bo as no serious attempts would appear to have -been rr.ade to check his progress until he neared KrugerBdorp. Joubert once again must have followed t...

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ENGLAND AND AMERICA. THE FRONTIER COMMISSION. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

ENGLAND AND AMERICA. THE FRONTIER COMMISSION. London, January 3. In an article dealing with the commission which has been app inted by the United States to settle the frontier between Br.tish Guiana and Venezaela, The Times expresses the opinion that tho constitution of tho commission is unsatisfactory, and that as a tribunal it will not carry sufficient weight to influence opinion 'outside the United States. The constitution of the commission is as follows :— Mr. Justice Alvey, Chief Justice of tho Supreme Court of the District r.f C^lumbi:1. Mr. Justice E, D, White, Associate, Jus tice of Louisiana. Mr. Condert, a prominent Tammany Democrat. Dr. Daniel C. Gilman, president of tha Hopkins University. Mr. Justice 'David J. Brewer, of Kansas. With regard to the personnel of the. com mission, The Times states that Mr. Condert is biassed in favor of Venezuela, having recently denounced Great Britain as ' the bully of the world.'

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