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THE HOUSE. RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE HOUSE. - ':': RECIPES. ^ fiCKZED Melon. — A good firm, fairly j-ipa msrlon, clovep, white wine vinegar, eu^ar. / Poel the lemon, cut in strips, aud Btud thesai with cloves and put ihem into aj^r ; coveg wuh vinegar and let them stand for three deye. Boil the melon ia the same vinegar until ten« d r, and then Btrain and throw the l'quor a*8y. ;Make a eyrup of vinegar and EDtar- put the melon iuto the pickling j^r and pour tbe hot syrup over. When cold seal and stand in a cool place. Cucumber Pickles.— Cucumbers, and one third their quantity of onions, oil; vinegar, peppor, salt. Slice the cucumber and onion, cover with salt, aud let etand all night. Drain ^_ 'hem iu the morning and dress with the beet vinegar, nil, and pepper. Battle, and the pickles will be ready in a few days. Rich Cream,— A tablespoonful of 'rice, three-quarters of a pint of milk, half a pint of whipped cream, a quarter of an ounce 'of, isinglass, Vanilla flavoring, EUgar. Boil the rice in half, a pint of the ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

INSTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN. A fear of being left alone in the dark is j almost universal among little children (says the North American Beview), and yet in, j 99 cases out of 100 it is purely instinctive and is not founded on personal experience. In civilised countries there is no greater danger to child-life in the dark than in the daylight. The feeliDg of fear generally lacks definition as much as it lacks founda tion, but accompanied with it is an ima gination preternaturally aiert, which confers teaiful shapes; and qualities upon all dimly seen objects. Fear is obviously one of the most elfoctive conservative forces in nature. The jealousy which so many little children display, especially when the possession of some favorite dainty is in question, ia another proof that in hard times it was necessary for each to acquire as big a share of the spoil as possible. If the morsel chanced to be the laBfc obtainable when a prolonged fast was impeuding a selfish and jealous c...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S COLUMN. THE FACE OF CHRIST. AN OLD LEGEND RETOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

gflHILDREH'B COLUMN, llftt;^ THE FACE OF CHRIST. l& : ''- AN 01 D LEGEND RETOLD. i)$, ' All of us have heard the story of the s-* '?* artist who sold his soul lo Satan fjr the .}'?'' power of painting to the life what sutject -', - lie. chose ; bat not all of as know the whole etdry of the* bargain, how it; was broken ? - ' and what happened thereafter, as it is told herein. :«..'? His name was Gamillo, and there were '}-=? ' scenes in his life which he did not care to ~kx remember, and which, consequently, he -i ~ .p«rinted over with others even Ie83 com \; - - fatting. At the age of 50 his memory ?j' i was a charnel-house of dead recollections; '-'?- ' - ' his wife had left, his children quarrelled '/iv\ with him ; most of his friends he had ; ,-- wronged or been wronged by ; and he had ' -;t' . made a large fortune and a great name for himself. It was not strange, therefore, ' , . that at this very period he should be noti 1 j - , , fied by Satan of the termination of the...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. A SHOULDER COLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE LADIES' COLUMN. A SHOULDER COLLAR. V This is a graceful &hou:der collar made of cambric or muslin, td^td v^ith a few rows of '.': Btitchirg worked in eiik, and row of insertion. It is trimmed all rouad wiih rather wide Valenciencea laco. This makes a particularly pretty finish, and looks very dressy. It is easily made with the aid of a patterc, and will wash nicely.

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

A Fair Beautiful Skin.— Sulpholico Sonp gives thu natural tint and peach-lika Bloom of n perfect Complexion ; makea the. §kui smooth, supple, healthy, comHoi table. Snljtf^line Soap, 6d. Tibkta. Evoiy.vharo - [Ai-y?'ri ICNO'8 ' FHUIT ^ALT' h - ,ee« found an exoi'len c* * rctive^ 'tlio dij1 ' ive eg irflivand ii\ tho CM itjj', m-j*' da, an ' / fr-outh /,yer oa Jtj his a Invgoljl nc*''\ ing vJ , I(, jic, !n j.j t-v far #/ -i t ')-'o.*\ t VJ, „, - r, ,» '*V n- W' _?&- - d fun - - ? - w s* . ' i , ' C t- .h t ( . it / jl I biu nlso '} a -urn u itiiipr luui Il-s opean Mail Bold by all Che la-s und atorec.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TOILET TABLE. SEASONABLE HINTS FOR SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE TOILET TABLE. .''. SEASONABLE HINTS FOR SUMMER. Is there any more delightful way of spend ing our tini9 in summer than on the water ? asks a contemporary, and then proceeds a-- fol lows : — TbO3e of us who are lucky enough to go yachting know what a pleasure and a rest a lew weeks in such luzurioun quarters can be^ and thoBe of us who aro not as lucky have to ' content ourealvea with excuraiona on HU-amer* or even wi'-h ibe buna -lo but pleasant ro.v boat. H:iw deliglufui to eit oij a K'eain-.r'.j di-ck nr lean o'«r --ba aido watching -ua w,u-!r. Pleiaunt ?-??rnlo it lag's, but ;»-?. co- Mq^r;CH3 are up* to n« n lit'.le hi'al to our c--ins.» tjji-;u. 9'-tll* llf^'f »M- n-.fl'-^i Mh -ii':-- 'hi'.; Uu to tbo-is oi Ub * h-j Uuyti dulou.u h&iaa ia« flf-ct of Ujs euu jo pofehJvely painful. ' coming brown under the two fierce kisses of r the sun, and look mere charming than ever in consequence, but these, ala?, are only the veiry favored few. Most of us begin by getting a vivi...

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

GOSSIP. The Dacbe33 oi F.ta, who is an expert angler, recently landed two fine salmon from the Dee, ECaling 7.b. and 121b. The Dowager Ducbess of Atbol has been a Lady oi the B.dc.hanibcr for 41 years and twice Mistress of the Rjbes. Miss M. N. A;kwright, of Newbury, haa the diatincuoa of facing the first isdy to obtaian a degreo of music at Davbiim Uuivem-y. She was one oi 17 who h*d the degree of Mug. Bac. conferred upon her by the warden, Deau Kitchen, ai a coLVocation held in the Castle Hall in September last, Thtr Q ieon of Purm.^al is at present, it is said, dev King all her pparo ;ira9 to ihe study of medicine, whica science the ia work-i;g at in a thorough manner, in the hope that her example nv-y be followed by the BomeR'hatrm dolent Poriuguosti ladi'?, find that they may be spurred on to taka an interest in tlie great qnedtions and movemnta of the day. Tae twelve-year-old Atcbduchews EUzibeib, daughter of thu Crown Princess Stephanie of Austria, who is very clever whh her ...

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

CERMANTON. (FROM DUE OWN C0BB15BP0NDENT. ) The weather has been terribly hot during the last fe v days, and many people say that Monday last was the hottest day that there has beeu in Germanton for many years. The heat as regis tered by the Government thermometer, in charge of Mr. T, H. Phillips at the post office, was 105 degrees in the shade, and this was accompanied by a wind which apparently blew from the mouth of some gigantic oven. Altogether, what with heat, wind, and dust, the day may bs described as a record one. The whole country about here is terribly dry, and what grass there is is completely burnt up. The Ten-mile Creek has ceased running for the last ten days, and the Biilabong is also very low, while all the gardens in and about the town are in a deplorable state for the want of water. Mr. James Byrne, who has been teaching at the Cookardinia Public School for a considerable time past, is leaving this part of the country f and is going to Breeza, on the Liverpool Plai...

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

SNAKEBITE TREATMENT. ' The pubject of rov/yi ??.« (;iie.ina(nxc)-io::H for tho treatment of untile bt % th-'j r: 3:0 ration of tio npparfntly drowned . or ? ' suffocated, and directions for avoiding as .'-. far as ^possible tho danger of getting hydatids, has been under the considera tion of the Board of Health lately, and amended directions in regard to these masters in accordance with the most modern treatment will shortly be issued and posted at various public places throug out the col my. The directions for the immediate treatment of snakebite, which are illus'rated with diagrams show iug the method of cutting out the bitten part and the me hod of applying liga tures, are as follows : — 'A ligature, thnt is, a strong string, tape, narrow strip of clothing or handkerchief, should be tied at once round the limb above the bitten part. When it has been tied, pass a piece of stick under it, and twist it round and round so as ;o screw up the ligature as tightly as you can Leave the st...

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

TUMBARUM8A. (FROM OUll OWN COKKEBPOKDERT.) Dm ing the last day or two the beat haB been something unusual, and in half-^-dizan places on Monday tho glass registered no less than lOOdeg. in tho shade. Numorous bush fire Bare burning all round the town, and which greatly added to the intensity of the heat. On Tuesday it was not quite so bad, tut still very sult-y and unpleasant, and a fall of rain is badly wanted. Vi itors to Kiacdra &nd the caves state that the evenings at Kiandra are ao cold as to make a tko quito enjoyable. Just imagine us down horo, tnuch leus at Albury or Wag en, requiring a fire in the room at thia time of the year Many caseS of ufiuenza are reported, and sickness from various causes Beema viry pre valcn*. juat now. N. Griffith, a miner at Pound Creek, was eeriousl? huv£ on Saturday through a 'fall Of earth*^'^1^ i-pn him whilst at work under the bank of\\^Jyti. New Year's Eva was very quietly celebrated here. About 11 o'clock some ei£bt or ten young men...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JINDERA. MONDAY, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

JINDERA. : H ?. (If BOM OUB OWN OOBBESPONDBNT ) V-?, ~J Monday, January 6. / -'A , » The weather for tbo past wedk haa been nn» f ' ^ K -) \ comfortable with heat and dust.. Yesturd&y- ** V * -, % (Sunday) and last night wua the hottest of \ ha -'») ',j «; i seaRon. To-day is cloudy, aori r«in .is badly v3 f W -t', 4 I wrtnted ; everything '8 quite puroh'.id, ;iud wmcf ,, * t / , i irt '.lr-'il:g !iy- f»!.V, ' ' '' ' Neiv Yeui1 6 i!iVH p'iQscu owr without any dig* ' turbance. I um informed thia ia tho first- time .that the old custom of rcavohiug through tha i street to each neighbor's house and wishing them t a Happy New Year, Say, has been abandoned, ; A whiopor pusned round to the effect that out1 I pceflciut ' -guOTdifiu of tho peace would not otunci I if., orid .bo in not a pnrty to bo played ;Witib,|f « I am informed that iha now tascollegtor Qs» . ___, ? ( i ?? ? ; ? — ? : ? come and land) will noon be going his round to gather the pence. A meeting of the Germans of t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. THE LAND AND INCOME TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. THE LAND AND INCOGS TAXES. Thia colony (says Liberty) is just enter ing upon a hazardous experiment, by the introduction of tlie Land and Income ] Tax, and, to those who can afford to d ?? so i ?with equanimity, ifc will be interesting to look back in a few yews and see how the finances have etood the change. Aa to the results of the Land Tax we have no doubt. It will continue to decrease. The natural sequence of the imposition of additional burdens upon land is a decrease in its value, and decr.-ascd value means of ourse a decrease in the total taxation. That has been shown whenever the ob noxious sysfem has bren tried. Put of i course the Income Tax is a differe* t matter. That is to a great extent a r«;flex of the condition of the country as a whole, and if the people are prospering, and their incomes increase, the result is an increase of tasa ion. But here asain experience does not favor such possibili ties South Australia, indeed, is a re markable exaniole...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIGAN. TUESDAY, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

BERBIGAfi Cfeom otjb own cobbespondent.) . . ' Tuesday, January 7. The weather during the past week until ? -J Sunday has been warm and seasonable, the heat - , being1 tempered by south westerly winds. On - ' Sunday and. Monday hot winds blew, the there mometer registering 106 deg. and 116deg. respec* ^ tively in the shade. ' n_ Harvesting operations on most of the farms in our vicinity have come to and end 'like a tale that ia told,' and the fields have apparently -given general satisfaction, if only the present price will continue, the farmer can be con '?gratulated for their exertions during the past ?eeed time and harvest. The damD-weathor strippers have been to the 'fore, farmers using these machines having com - ' pletsd their ingatherings in good time, not being j deterred in their operations owing to storms and cloudy mornings. '* New Year's Day was observed here as a ^general holiday, a large number of our residents - t journeying to Tooumwal races, leaving the town ship co...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLA WALLA. FRIDAY, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

WALLA WALLA. CPBOM A OOBBEBPONDENT.) ' ?Friday, January 3. I wish you and all the readers of your widely circulated paper a happy and prosperous new year. As far as our locality is concerned, harvest ia nearly finished, at least there are only a. few odd atrippera humming about yot, I was informed yesterday that Mr. Rhodes will be around with his well-known threshing plant early next week to do the threBhiDg, which is not very much this y^ar. As far as I am aware there nre. only the Messrs. Wenko Bros. (3) and Mr. G, Klemke, jinr,, who have cut for threshing here, and Mr. 1 B iwen, Walla Walla' St»ti«n, Vi'.s cn)y N a nail stocks to thresh. The f f.aii--n his hiw fho ! 1 - f,t. tow yearB ai a rula about a week's thrsHhhipr tr- do, but this year they cut several hundred acres for hay. I h3d an opportunity of gojng through tho cultivation pad ducks on BoxMig Day, and I counted about £0 good-eized h&y stocks within a ohort dkf.ance, and four very largo ones in n psddotik O'.mo ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALWA. FRIDAY, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

WALWA. (iraoM our own oobbespondent.) v Fbiday, January 3. The last few days of the old year terminated! with glorious weather, and Christmas holiday makers at the several points of interest on the: Upper Murray could thoroughly enj jy the beau tiful Bcenery, and tbe» feativities of the ' picnic,'*' under the circumstances. Thanks to the coming of the much-needed rains with which the district had been favoured, during the few weekB prior to Christmas. : . ^ .;. Onr bazaar 'opened out ' on--3hfiBtmas eve, and the preliminary attraction wes a javenilo ooncert, the singers being children resident ia tbe neighbourhood, and trained for this occasion 's — gratuitously — by Mr. Mulholland, who^oeytainly deserved many thanks for the excellent maft&fiX ^ in which tbe children acquitted themselves* The lady stallkeepers at the bazaar were Mioa, Maddiaon and aosistants, and the Misses Hanna. and Mrs, Joe .Hanna. The stalls exhibited', articles both useful and ornamental in profusion,, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. GRONG GRONG. MONDAY, January 6. I [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

DISTRICT NEWS. CRONC GRONG. (FBOM OUB OWN OOBBKSPOUPENT.) Monday, January 6. The Christmas holidays passed over very quietly here. It ia very hot and dry, everything has a parched appearance, and rain is badly wanted. Tou see nothing but people driving water carts, tanks, and casks wherever you turn, carting water from one placa and another-, The new &ettlers about here will be almost perished for' want of water, they haying no provision made against such a long spell of dry weather, in fact there will be a famine he»e soon for want of rain. AH the old.settlers about this part of many years ataaiiing are crying ^ut that they will not Have any water for their stock in a fortnight's time if we do not get r»in Most of the paddock ta-iks are dry, snd the owners are to ba seen (very sensibly) busy with plough and scoop cleaning out the bottoms Q* the dry tanks of all mud to be ready to receive the water whsn it doea come. AU the harvesting is finished, but very little of the whea...

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

RUTHERGLEN. (FBOM OUB OWN (JOBRESPONDENT. ) The weather is still keeping hot and dry, and rain is badly wanted. To-day (Monday) was one of the most disagreeable days we have had for y»ars. It was 104'jeg. in the Bhade with heavy duBt storms, - The 36th annual regatta was held on New Year's Day, and was a great Biiocess. Over £100 was taken at the gate. The visiting crewB were Echuca East, Albert Park, and Eaglehawk. The former won the Challenge, and ia now the champion four.oared of Victoria. Lake Moode mere won first and second in the pair-oared, Echuca won the Maiden, and Lake won the Handicap. The day was a very pleasant one, and passed off without a hitch. The president, Mr. T. Looney, and other officers deBerve great praise for the manner in which they carried the programme. out. Sports are now over until the 27th, when the A.N.A. have a big day, the profits of which are to be divided amongst tbe different charitable institutions of the district. It is to be hoped they will hnv...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUNDLE. FRIDAY, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

TRUNDLE. (FROM A COEBE3PONDENT.) Fbjday, January 3. It is with d-sep faelings of regret that I have to cbioaicle the death of Mr. Hugh Arjthar, of Curra Bfcatioo, late of Well Hill, near Jerilderie, Ho will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends. The deceased was at ono tima well known as a farmer of longstanding in the BtUaiab district Ia 18S1 he was a resi dent of Stockyard Hill, He died on 26th of De cembor, aged 68, leaving a widow cud largo family of bov!S and daughters to inou.ro. the loss of a good father and ki«d husband

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY CROWN LANDS OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

ALBURY CROWNLAHDS 0FHGF. The following ia the revenue derived from the Crown Land « ffice during ths year 1895 :— Auction sales ? £1436 7 7 C. P. deposits ... ... 57 16 0 0. P. instalments, &c. ...24,035 A 7 Leases ? .;. 1016 1 (! Transfers... ? ... 195.5 G Miscellaneous ... ... 213 9 6' ? ££6,954 4 8

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE PORTUGUESE IN EAST AFRICA. CAPTURE OF A NATIVE CHIEF. LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE PORTUGUESE IN EAST AFRICA. CAPTURE OF A NATIVE CHIEF. London, January 7. A further success has been achieved by the Portuguese in East Africa, who, for more than 12 months past, have been en gaged in hostilities with the native tribes in the vicinity of Delagoa Bay. In November last they inflicted a severe defeat upon Guneunhana, the most power ful chief in that part of Africa, completely routing him, and slaughtering an immense number of the natives. The Portuguese have since been following up their success, and have now captured Gungunhana and his wives. The prisoners are to be shipped to Lisbon. Mary Elizabeth Gear, a married woman living with her brother, Stephen Golds worthy, near the British mine, Broken Hill, died on Saturday evening from, the effects of burns received early tbat morn ing. She was cooking near the houee when her dress accidentally caught fire. The wind paused the clothea to burn rapidly, inflicting fatal injuries. On Monday week a resident of Parra matta ...

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