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EXTRAORDINARY HIGHWAY ROBBERY. LADIES BAILED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

EXTRAORDIHABY HIGHWAY 'ROBBERY. . , — . — $, ? L&DIES BAILED UP, A peculiar caso o? highway robbery was detailed at the^Coleraine 'polica ? court on Wed nesday. A young man named Thomas Gallogher on ChriatmaB Day etuck.up two vehicles, both driven by ladies. Ha stormed the horses, acd demanded in each case ''Your money or your life !' The cccupanti were terrified, and the driver of tha first vuhicle threw him 2s. 2;i , h'iping to quit, ten- him. After considerable difnculiy the ladies in charge of the reins w.-itcbed their opportunities and dashed away from the highwayman He was so-'-n arrested and in court declared that he could remember notliog of his Chris' mas Day experiences. The charge of demanding money by menaces was wi'tdrawn and two t.thera substituted, viz. robbing? Mrs. Y^u^z ct 2a. 2J. «nd having no visible ruecno of iur-i) r.1, i/i; tho first ch&'.^e he \vr-.3 3u:U-nctd t*- liircu ns.;n(ba' ioipii3ui-. went tv.ics ?: r. tho sccoud to nine- mouths', t'te...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN NATAL. THIRTY-TWO PERSONS KILLED AND FIFTY INJURED. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT Wl NATAL. THIRTY-TWO PERSONS KILLED AND FIFTY INJURED. London, January 6. A disastrous accident has occurred to the mail tram running on the newly opened railway line between Johannesburg and Durban, the capital of Natal. The train was derailed at a place called Dannhausen. No fewer than 32 of the passengers were killed on the spot, and 50 more or less seriously injured. Most of the unfortunate passengers were fugitives from Johannesburg who had left the Transvaal in consequence of the troubles with tbe Boers.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN IMPERIAL SQUABBLE. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM AND HIS COUSIN. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

AN IMPERIAL SQUABBLE. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM AND HIS COUSIN. London, January 6. An extraordinary account of a quarrel in the German Imperial family is published by the Vossische Zeitung, one of the lead ing papers in Berlin. It states that the Emperor William has had a serious disagreement with Prince Frederick Leopold, a sou of the late Prince Frederick Charles (the Red Prince) and His Majesty's second cousin. Prince Frederick Leopold is married to Princess Louise Sophie of Schleswig Holstein, sister to the Empress, and the scandal is said to have arisen in consequence of the Emperor's reflections upon this lady's conduct. He protested against the long water excursions the Princess ha9 been in the habit of making. These remarks were warmly resented by Prince Frederick Leopold, and high words passed between him and the Emperor. Eventually the Kaiser ordered the Prince to be deprived of his sword and to be interned in a casde for a fortnight.

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

AUSTR\LIA\S NATIONAL BESrORATIVfl. . ' CLEMENTS TONIO RESTOBES, VrGOUR, HEALTH v ' J AND VITALITY OF YOU|H, CURBS \ ~f~~ § WEAKNESS, /'' . % ?£ASSITODE, i \ E&BiLIT£\ f PBOHPTL^ND PERMANENTLY f* Bl W A) H OF IMITATION1!. § Mr. ^3 Tm/i\ Vjsa, N.SW., who wrfL on June ?ih, \?/i :—.\have brca sufferinjffor a numtpr of /4n- fuX\ nour lpia. TherejSs no bodvtyat o/ e suff, nu* \{ i ora tha above colMaint can cr Ve r ,iy idt a of t\- m sery attache® to it. I triii /, vlot of n macros but never found any reheffrom th-.rn ; wnsarhifeeil to try O?ementa Tonic, ar-d I cm assuio you that the (£E ct waa wonderful ; br-fr.i I had fhiehed the first, bottle I wu9 entirely cured, and if ever I find the slightest recurrence of the enemy, I take a dose of Clements Tonic, and fia-3 that I am as good as v now. From my experience after so many remedies failing, I believe it is the only cure for neuralgia. Wishing you well, I remain, yours, &c, W. Taylor, horse trainer, Yasts. If you cannot...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SYDNEY TAXATION COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE SYDNEY TAXATION GOMMIS- -!| SIGNERS. Ji The Executive Council on Tuesday -}J approved of the appointment of Mr. J. \ Powell, Commissioner of Customs ; Mr. R. J N. Johnson, Commissioner of Stamps ; and -j Mr. Spiller, lately deputy Commissioner !| of Stamps in South Australia, as taxation _ I commissioners under the Lmd and Income J Tax Assessment Act. -f Mr. Spiiler ha3 been temporarily ap pointed second commissioner and Mr. Johnson third commissioner, but as soon as Parliament meets an act will be passed reversing these positions , it havjDg been arranged that Mr. Spiller should act as third commissioner.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE MURDER OF JESSIE NICHOLLS. EXECUTION OF THOMAS SHERIDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE MURDER OF JFSSIE N!CHOILS. EXECUTION' OF THOMAS ' SHERIDAN. The hanging of Thomas Meredith Sheridan for the murder of Jessie Ificholls took place at Darlinghnrst Gaol on Tues day morning. The information that the Executive had fin-illy decided that tha execution should take place was conveyed to Sueridan on Monday night, and be received it with an unmoved countenance. He was subsequently viaited bv hi3 wife and child, to whom he bade farewell. The -'? greater part of the evening was spent by \ him in religious meditation. He passed a ' A somewhat restless night, and early on Tues- ~ '' - day morning be wasvisited by Father Carey, 'fj who administered the Sacrament to him. ' ( Sheridan walked from bis cell to the scaf- | fold without any sign of emotion, and, I after looking for a moment at the specta tors, adjusted his feet so that he should stand in the centre cf ih3 drop. When -\ the rope was tightened on his neck he A swayed slightly, bub the executioner placed \ his hand beh...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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AN AMERICAN OPERA. TOUR WITH MADAME PATTI. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

AN AMERICAN OPERA. TOUR WITH MADAME PATTI.. (By Adolph D; Nadatjd.) The Italian Opera Citmpauy with which I was associated was organised by Messrs. Henry Abbey and Maurice Gran, the well known American managers, who, iu addi tion to this important undertaking, had under their management the American tours of Senor Sirasate (the great Spanish violinist), Madame Sarah Bernhardt, and, later on, the highly successful tour of Henry Irving and the Lyceum Company. Ours was the greatest operatic tour ever attempted. To give some idea of the enor mous expenses of the company, I may mention that Madame Adelina Patti was paid £34,000 for 85 performances, while Signor Tamaqno, the great Italian tenor, received £150 per night. In addition to these two there were the salaries of the other celebrated artistes, including Madame Albani, Madame Noodica, and Signors Rivelli, Del Puente, and Casteluary. Signor Arditi was the chef d? orchestra, which numbered 45, all picked professor?, and composed as f...

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

r^T charitable AoknowledgmeatSd ' ' '--'inpHB Treasurer of the .Albury HoBpitalbegs ; ' JL to returns thanks for the undermentioned c- /Di)NATIONS for tho months of October, '*? November, and December, 1895 :— 's- T. F. Hughes £0 2 6 --'? 'r'-A. Chant ... 1 0 0 - /H.S.Hawkins 0 5 0 G.Bhynehart 0 2 0 B. Taskis ... 0 2 6 BankofAus v * . tralasia ... 3 3 0 ' W. Davidson 1.0 0 *'* J-Wyer ... 0 2 6 *-' ' Dr. Kennedy 10 0 ' '-, - T. Collier ... 0 1 0 ' ' B. Morgan... 0 1 . '0 j ' '^ Douglas ... 0 5 0 V' .'A. J. Wenke 0 2 6 Friend ... 0 5 0 Wodon ga Council ... 2 2 0 ^ . Au8.Drug0o 1 10 , r, r Friend ... 0 2 o - '? ' H. Reick ... 0 2 0 v-' Mrs. A. Wes ?-*,;»- ~ tendoifE... 0 7 0 A. Anderson 0 5 0 lv' -B. White- ... 0 2 0 ''' O. Froling... 0 2 0 - - . W. Muller... 0 2 0 0. Planeth... 0 2 0 * ' ' MfcaE-Gibson 1 0 0 -? ' ' T, F. Gibson 1-00 r-x Georgie ... 0 5 0 ^ Woolner ... 0 2 6 ' ' Miss Hoffman 0 2 6 '?i - - MiBsDowling 0 2 6 ,? ?- . J. Tonks .... 0 2 6 '-- ' P. Murphy... 0 2 6 J. Grady ....

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ATTACKED BY BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

ATTACKED BY BLACKS. A very narrow e-cape was experi need by Mr. P. Cahill whilst ho was on his way to tho Victoria 'River with horses for the Gov''-mtnpnt resident's party (r^p--rts the Northern Territory Times '-..i Decomber 23). He had arrived at Gordon's Creek, sate and sound, but whilst rid ng along ahead ia that unsafe locality ho was .suddenly wa'-tied by liia blackboy- behind calling out ' Look out, Paddy, wpear come oa !' Instiiictivoly he ducked his head, and a spear passed through his I a', just gvuziny; hio sca;p ; another pas-ed under his arm without; doing any d.image, and a third inflicted a '-light ivound ou one of the horse*. He 'ling 1 ia hovoe up he galloped out of range, a;id then turned to' retaliate, but by this time hjs asaaikrit^ ?'^. v- were out of eight. Subsian^alvtokeris-oT the attack — the damaged Bat and! 'the spear that struck it— were brought to ^ „ town by the s.b. Magg'e. The spear is a curiosity in its way, the head being fashioned from portion of a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

The friends of Johnson, who waa sen tenced to three years' imprisonment for pt-rjury in connection with the Butler divorce case, still continue their agitaiion for the release, and it is expected that the matter will again receive the considera tion of the Government at an early date. The revenue of the Sydney Water and Sewerage Board for the past year shows a decrease of f 8687 when compared with the returns for tbe previous year, the receipts for 1894 being £259,753, and for 1895 i£256,060. The decrease ia accounted for by reason of the grt-at reduction whioh took place in the municipal assessments during tl»e patjfe f^a? iii t{je eity aud

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPECIALIST FOR CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

' A SPEGBALGST FOR CANCER. Catherine Curry, a widow, 50 years of age, 'who resided at Murchison, died last ''' ' week at -Powlett- street, East Melbourne, ' under circumstances which have led to an investigation by the detectives. She came to Melbourne six weeks ago aud consulted -Drs. Williams and T. N. Eitz J gerald concerning a cancer. She' was informed bv both doctors that the cancer was incurable. She next consulted a man ? - - who stvles himself a ' professor.' He said he could cure her easily for £30, ?V - and explained that threeoiatments.be bad would draw the cancer oufc, 'roots ? ; and a1!,' within a few weeks,. She at once placed herself in the care of the 'specialist.' Ge' ting worse instead of ? better, she called in Dr. C. Stone acd ^ ' then Mi. Egryn Jones, M R.C.S. Neither could do her any good, and she died. -. . ' The doctors would not give a certificate of death, and the police were commum : ' cated with. Detective-sergeant Whitney and Detective Brett were iustruc...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE EXPORT MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE EXPORT MEAT THAOE. A writer whoaeiiflieiice tho Times powerfnlly rapports makes remarks which ar« worth record ins;:— 'There is one point our friends and kinnm'en'Bt the Antipodes should never forget, which is that, though Eagi&nd Is the highest market in the world, it is tha most sensitive. Hbore msy be, and probably ia, much room in tHIa country for agricultural produce of colonial origin. Bat those who wish to secure for themselves a permanent position on the Eig Iiah markato must Eend us of their bast, not of their worst— of that which, perhaps they would most prefer to keep for themselves, not of that which they would rtj ct.' AgainBt the above comment we placo another opinion. ' The qaality of some of the Australian,' adds an expert, 'now on the market from Riverina is better than anything that has been marketed from Australia for 6ome time paet, ?. but from other parts of New South Wales wme of the sheep recently received are of very poor qualify indeed, showing u...

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

IVilSGElL«QUS ITEMS. ? — -yp- ? , - . In the year 1666 the Earl of Arlington brought from Holland, for 60a., the first pound of tea ever received in. England. A century ago paper was so dear in England that butchers used to give their customers the meat wrapped in, a large vegetable leaf. '^ The largest gold, coin in existence ia worth about £63. It is the ingot or ' loof ' of Annam, and its value' ia written on the coin with Indian ink. Tho community Liebertwolkwitz, neai? Leipzig, is since 20 years exempted from taxes. The Savings Bank has such, rich balances that this state of affairs is still secured for several years. Some French veterans ask permission to erect, on the Malakoff Hill, near Sebastopol, where the fight at the siege was the liveliest, a joint monument for the fallen Russian and French warriors. A balloon has recently reached tlie double height of the highest mountain of the earth, viz., 17,000 metres, as the instruments showed. The temperature was 75deg. below zer...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATTENING PIGS. SHOULD FOOD BE COOKED OR GROUND? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

FATTENING PICS. SHOULD POOD BE COOKED OR GROUND? Experiments are all bur. unanimous (*rirt-p a correspondent of the Country Gentleman) ir; opposition io c.jokiug f*iid tur nuteiiiLg p?;B, Th^ only exception thai I kr-o-.v of is ru'}-i'bcd y ?l-.t- -Michigan Agricultural Ex.^r'meni S u'aoi.-, .iuii iu is uot a civw exncvly in Usie, i-b la rhe Michigan fsporiojent the iecd was ouij scalded. The^oalded fetd produced nearly 2 per cent, more gain than the raw feed. In all the other recent experiments by State agri oil tural experiment stations, I believe, cooked feed produced only 75 per cent, as much gain as raw feed. List year, when I much desind information that would enable me intelligently to decide about cooking or grinding wheat foi fattening Bwine, I studied a considerable num ber of bulletins and found the evidence prac tically altogether against corking com, either whole or ground, for swlno. Toe later bulletins that I have obtained this year are to the same effect. I ba7i. bee...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HOW TO TAN A SHEEPSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

HOW TO TAH A SHEEPSKIN. A correspondent wriiiug to th-^ Rural New Yorker says : — ' I am a tanner and carrier, and t i* is ihe way I would tan a sheepskin — A fr eh akin Is the easiest to handle. Pa: the siio into a barrel of f, esh spring water if it is aiwly taken off, say within 24 hours. Soak fir 24 hours, then lay over the side of a barrel aad with the fbsh side out. An old scythe, which will fit oval around the skin on the barrel, is excellent for a scraper. Stand at the end of the barrel on which one end of the akin baDga over, raise the end of the barrel so a*'tu coma up to the lower pan of the abdom«D, d^b the body firmly againgt the okin so as to hold it firmly and t-crape with the scythe blade t'll all the tallow, flwh, and blood are scraped off ; then turn the other end of the skin in the same position and work likewise. If the skin has become dry in places, as often happens, acrape a little oftener, perhaps seven or eight times or strokes. If the skin is perfectly fresh...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HOW TO MAKE RENNET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

HOW TO MAKE RENNET. For the rennet (says the Housekeeper) one should secure the stomach of a young calf that has been allowed no food save its mother's milk. The calf should not be over five weeka old whon it is killed. When the rennet' la removed by the butcher it should be immedi ately emptied of curd, rubbed with drv naifc and placed where it will dry quickly. Repeat the rubbiDg frequently, and whea dry put the rennet In a tight box In a dry place, for It ffl ready to be used at any time. I do not know it will ever spoil if treated in this manner. When preparing a rennet never wash or soak it, as that would certainly spoil It. Oa tha evening before the rennet is to be used cut from the dried rennet a piece containing about eix tqnare Inches and place it in a cupful ot warm water. la the morning strain the new milk, place it on the stove, and when It re^ia« ters at the cheese mark (88 degrees) remove from the fire and put in the carefully-strained water in which the rennet has bee...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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APPLES FOR COW FEED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

APPLES FOR COW FEED. It is not generally known that In some of the Amerioan states apples are grown specially for cow feed. To ascertain their actual valna for this purpose careful, analyses have been made. At the Vermont Station apple pomaca i-'nilage is used supplementary to, and In fact as a aubstitute for rmiza enailage, and wafl found to be relished by the cowfl. and the result of four tests found it to be about t'q dvalent In feeding value to corn ensilage. ; At the Massachusetts Station, D Goessmann found apples to contain about 80 ptr cent,- oi moisture, the apple~having been gathered on the 0.h of October. The farther appleB arS advanced towards maturity, tbe more sugaf they possess, and their feeding value depends largely upon tbe emount of dry matter which they contain. Laboratory teats show that the feeding value of apples is somewhat higbfle than that of an equal weight of turnipo. Apple pomace is said to be fqaal to BUgar beet, it beiug a Bomewhat singular chemical fao...

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

- A good lead ! is heJ/d by I r 'T ?. The ^ I e~S iP^ -**'''V xPS /'r ^C& ^f* si Ck I L)} jjj? O -L/ i d

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

SOEB EYES ! ! Beyond doubt HOBBIS'8 IMPERIAL BYE OINTMENT i%stiil the safest, speediest and bept remedy iir existence. For over fifty years it has worked jf '»Ily marvellous cares in thejl colonjT^/^ testimonials will show. Every honSehold is* j dvised/ io kejp a supply always oniyand, antiif-^wqditf ely a^ply it when weakneesjp: soreness is feftf jhrof_,h dqst, heat, flies, expjprare ffy heat or ^-d,/\ces6tf J reading or writiifg, &c, anC i^as'V ,^e,\JirtheB) ^onbleand expensed Avoid all imi jtiaau j.u_ jsfbstitutes offered in place of tp a valuable^ h Ointment. Having stood the 8ever£*Jf test (,f time, no fami-y can afford to be withotf It. S'-ld everywhere -n pots, 2s., contniningflSfficient for six ormoie case's. . *??' CURED BY USING Mr. T. J. CLUNE, of Walkorville, S. Australia, writes : ' Six years ago, I had an attack of Indiges tion and Liver Complaint that lasted for weeks; I was unable to do any hard work, had no appetite, food distressed me, and I suffered much f...

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FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT. A pad boating accident . happened at Coogee on Sunday. A party consi tiug of A. T. Bleakloy, storekeeper, Nvngan ; Donald Hill, Frank Arnold, and William Raynor, weil-known Bporting men ; Sam Jones, an ex- Australian cricketer; and James William ?), a commercial traveller, sailed from Cogee BeacK in an ]8-footer boat for Coogee Reef, which liea about two miles out from t :e mainland. The boat was in charge o- two fishermen, Goo. Roberts and Wm. Heitley, and aa it was being carried south by a current sail was hoisted. Four of the pa.ty took se-.its on tho windward side of the craft ai,d four on tho leeward to balance if:. All wut well t:ll a small wa :-truck tho craft, when three of th;- former rushed ever to le:'Wi»i*il t.t fi-c.'ip- the spray. The b;iat; canted over bu^. wa- kepi; ivfloat by the sail. Bleakloy would not cling to the boat but tried :.o swim ash -re, ;;, flis taoce of about two miles, and way loa'c si'»Jit of. lldjnr ;t lift Id 1m t r followed...

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