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THE EFFECT OF THE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE EFFECT OF THE LAND TAX. A smaUpropertv owner writes as fol lows to the SydneyJMorning Herald ,-—' I own property the rantal of which is coni nally £106. 12a. p Tyear, that is supposing the tenants always remain occupants, and never fail. to pay their rent; bub any per son having ex perience in such matters will know that sush conditions will rarely obtain. My income, therefore (deducting £28 12s., rent of th9 premises I occupy), never exceeds at best £78 per year. Out of this my expenses per annum are as follows:— Borough and light rates, £5 17s. 6d. ; water and sewerage, £4 18a. 4-1.; interest on mortgage, £16 ; re-letting, £5 ? repairs' to property, £'i— £35 15s 10d., leaving me a balance dt £12 4s. 2d , which is my sole income (aB owing to bodily ailment I have been incapacitated) to clothe atid keep a wife, a child of 12 years, an aged father, and myself.' Out of £42 4s. 2d. he will have to pay land tax.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GERMAN INTENTIONS. LONDON, January 8 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE GERMAN INTENTIONS. 1 ???''* London, J.viuary 8 . In this morning't) issue The Times confirm the statement made a few days ugo aa to the design formed by the Germans to deapatcn armed assistance to the Boers had the recent expedition under Dr. Jameson proved success ful. It says that the defeat of Jameaou'o men alone prevented Germany lauding a fores of mariues at Loretzj Marqutz, tho Porlu gueae town ou the shores of DelaRoa Bay, and undertaking au invaeiou of the Transvaal.

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

METALLURGY WORKS. The' 'Minister for Mines has accepted the tender of Messrs Ritch/e Brothers for the erection of the builoings neces sary f -r carrying on the Government metallurgical works at Clyde. The con tract price is £697 14s., and the work has' already commenced. The amount, is a good deal below the estimate, and it .is noted with satisfaction by the Minister that-, although the total amount claimed for the 5 acres of land resumed was about £2200, the claims have all been settled for about £520. Mr. Sydney Smiih hopes that in about two inonhs the build ings and machinery will be erected and the works in full operation. Every effort is being made to hurry on the under takingl As has already been explained the Assay Department in Sydney is to be transferred to the metallurgical works at Clyde in order to concentrate the business and save expense. Students at the University who are studyng ' mining will b« afforded special opportunities for acquiring practical experience at the...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. THREATENED WAR WITH GERMANY. A CRITICAL SITUATION. DECISIVE ACTION BY GREAT BRITAIN. NAVAL AND MILITARY PREPARATIONS. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

; LATEST TELEGRAMS.: . THREATENED WAR ! WITH GERMY. A CRITICAL SITUATION. DECISIVE ACTION BY GREAT BRITAIN. ?...'??- NAVAL AND MILITARY PREPARATIONS. London, January 8. The fact that the British Government f ally recognises the gravity of the situation which haa sprung up in coneequenca of the sudden claim advanced by Germany of a right to in tervene in Transvaal affairs has been proved in an unmistakable fashion. Lord Salisbury's Cabinet ha3 held fiequent sittings during the laBt few days, and as the outcome of its deliberations decisive orders have been issued by the Admiralty. Instructions have been given for the forma tion of an entirely new flying squadron, which is to be composed of two firsi-clana line oi battleships and four armored cruisere. According to the orders issued by the R'ght Hon. G. J. GoBchen, First Lord of the Admi ralty, this Equadron ia to hold itself la readi ness for active service at a moment's notice anywhere. Further prompt steps are also being taken to i...

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

STRANGE ACCIDENT. ThesteamerElamang.fromFijiyhaanews of the death of an Indian immigrant by burn ing. On the 7th ultimo Messrs. Ferguson and Wilson, while go;ng through their mill ab Nausori, saw a hole in the roof of the distillery. Further investigation led to the discovery of the remains of a ciolie labourer, and that he had been burat to death by the firing of a vat of spirits. This fa. ality subsequently proved the clue tc- the unraveling of a mystery. Spirits had been missed, but the coolies were not suspected. Now it appears thab more than the poor fellow who lost his life was implicated, and some arrests have been made. One account is, that a~ sort of high carnival had been held on the Sun day evening in the distillery-room, and that a carelessly thrown match fell in one of the vats and set the whole place on fire. The Italian warship Christofdro left Suva (Fiji) for Samoa on the 11th ultimo, and the French cruiser Seorff left next day for Noumea. At Labasa, while one of the...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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TRADE WITH JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

TRADE WITH JAPAN; ' ' - It is not well to be too sanguine, it Bpeine, that any great development will .- , ., suddenly take place in trade from this / ? . country with Japan, whatever may happen - ' - ' from Japan to Australia commercially. A report from Yokohama eaya that noth ing will be done in froz n beef, for instance, as the Ja.'S don't care a straw for beef, and don't know how to cook ifc. As for mutton, they wouldn't have, it if they could gat it for nothing. They won't look at it, and if they would China could supply, them easier, it seems, than Aus t'ralia. By and bye the Japanese will Dftanjfacturetheii'owa'woolleriaiid.woollei.o Rud-cottoa fabrics, 'juatj as they npw ;th^|';wiiV.b^''thsijp^i8''nb means of judging A frkde in leather may 'be developed. What may be done^ it is thought, by Australian producers is to establish stores for the'' sale- of Australian wines, bacon, hams, tinned meats, fruits, and so on, for the useof t^e fojeign- residents in both Japan and China<...

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

. ' , '\ Churchy Efotices. M T^IVDfE SE^ICE~wUl1)e conducted !i JL*' (D.V.) in aocbraaniso with the following list or \m appointments:— t^ CHURCH OP ENGLAND. I ALBURT PARI8H. 'M 8DKDAY, Jan. 12-St. Matthew's. 11 a.m:, 130 p.m. m ' - Kov. Canon Kingsmill. ifS CHH.TEKN PABISHi \M 8DKDAY. Jan. V2-Chiitern. U a.m. and 7.--0 pan. ' -{« Dry Creek, 3 p.m. '^ SB Thursday, Jan. 10— Bamawartha, 8 pm. ' ?.' fm Bev. ». J. Tuylor.' - ' -M COKOWA PAKISH. - '' V')H 8UKDAY.Jan. 12— Moorwathn, 10.46 a.aa. -? - ~~\M Howloner, 9 p.m. - m Corowa, 7. so p.m. JBSb SUNDAY. Jan. 19-Mulwa'.a, 11 a.i-. , Iffi Corowa. 7.30 p.m. ' - eg Kev.W. Clarke Hose, , ' ||| COREYONG &amp; UPPER MUER AY PARISH. - 'M SUNDAY, Jan..l2— Thongla, 11 am. j| Corryonfj. 3 p.m. ufm Ccdgewa, ? 30 p.m. ' Mm SUNDAY. Jan. 19— Berrlngama, 11 a.m. (H.C.) -»' ~B$ . Cnflgewa, 3 p.m. ' nB Gorryong, 7.30 p.m. ? fi| Eev.H M.Warry. JE ' GBRffiCANTON PAKI8H. \ M SUNDAY. Jan. 12— Germanton 11 a.m. v ' K Morvcn, 3 p.m. iflg '?:: Culcairn, 7....

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THE ARMY AND NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE ARMY AMD NAVY. At the Commercial Travellers' Associa tion dinner,' Major-Geueral Hutton, re sponding to the toast of the 'Army and Jtfavy,' Bpoke upon the subject of defence. He said that ip. the future, should war break out, he asked them not to be sur prised if, instead of confining thembelves to mere defensive operations, they should consider it necessary to act on the offen sive. On five differentocca-apDsduringthe last century naval and military expert?, when the Empire was threatened, had advised that offensive operations be unaei- taken. As a result of- these there were the* expeditions against Quebec, against ?- Gibraltar, and oth-jr places, and these posts had bien added to the Empire. It might be considered, should Australia be threatened, that the best policy was to undertake operations, perhaps in the China seos, perhaps in the Persian Gulf, or ' elsewhere. Of one thing he could ? assure them — in this- colony we had the embryo of a force which in a f ~w years would ...

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THE LIABILITY FOR DISEASED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE LIABILITY FOB DISEASED MEAT. A depatatioa from the F*t Stock Buyers As sociation on Wednesday asked iha Preiniw n' fe to consent to the requeafc rucentl.v made to him by the pastoralists of the colony to amend, the Diseased Mf.at Act. ia the direction of removing from pastoraliats liabi-i :y to prosecution uadte ihe act if a beast sold by tbata was zound to b&amp; diseaned after it had been passed by the health officers The deputation titated that if legislation in this direction were attempted b U-h of £15,000 a year woul I be forced on the pc'bltc. Tha Premier Biid he.wos giad tn hear the other side of the question, onl would g!V« the matter onaideraf.i.jn- Hex', st-B^loa tho pub'ic health wo:-ld form the suV^jecl of special it-g illa tion by the Govorumiin1. ' ;

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GOLD AT WOOMARGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

SOLD Kl WOOMARGAMA. Tha fcllotvinjf (-ISci*! telegv-ra was r'ecrmd by the tv^rdtn yesterday fimu GTiusnton A very rich reef La-j been rieGovortd at Woomar gama, seven ui.lt'8 from Germauton. St:v^^!?l claims have been pegged ont on tbu lice, a- d the reel hao besa traced thrcugu the propmty for a couaidsrabln distance. Ri^-h sarUce epeci mena have been obvained. . ?;?

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MINING AT ESKOALE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

PAINING AT ESKOALE. P. -Drnmrnorid and partner last week crnsred a trial at Swau'd battery of 3i tot-8 f:tr a jield of 2iz. per ton This claim is ou J, Brown's lioe, and is lOin. wide and ve-y easy pround to woik, circtimstances which make the trial an excelleuc one.

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APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. ALBURY LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. CONDITIONAL PARA[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

' 'APPLICATIONS .FOH LAND;, . ' '. . ... ? 9 ? : ,. ? .. ALBURY LAND OFFICE. ; Thursday. Januarv p. ' VVoi. Clanc.v. Hi.-i, \Vn\h\::v-;r}.

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

The. f.'j:-i»(;ility -:( 'i'a;:anJ^i etjinsy Kirk I'm'v.i fi-r ?: i(.i;C. j''v:;'t; hh'i l.«etn sc eMisfKOtorily i-a»-.:.-* -«'??? z- : in L i.) i. ;?- .f V ♦?.:i ??'=!? v ??? tlr.'o ,'?? ?,,.. (-,.,.?.?;..! -. ?? W J.u ... ..VI ,. ,'? ? -' '' ????' used lor thib ^uj uosy.

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

Come one S Gome all 1 . Come along! ?????'? -to-. ' ???'.' ...-'?? . '-,' ;?' . EXTRAORDSMARY, GREAT, GRAND, AMD GLORIOUS OF ? ' ' ' ' ? -???? ? BOTJGH^vAT A SEDUCTION OF 33s PER GENT,' Q^VJjJLIHE ^.gAVEP, 33a 'PERCENT. ?: ^h ^7v* . . ..-.??? This Great, Grand, and G-I^ious Sala***, /bring happiness and contentment to many ho^IeB^v-^'^ft} 2 approaching Xtnastide. The great reduction of 6 . 81. in the JUt'^cmivalent to a reduction of ONE POUND in THREE, or TWO P0th.v^%$IX. For example Lot 1.— Ladies' ZEPHYR COSTUMES; usual price 21s., now 14?. Lot 2,— Lidies' TRIMMED HA.TS; usual ptice 10j. 61., now 7^. Lot 3.— TUEKISH TOWELS, large size; usual price Is., now 81. Lot 4.— Gent's TWEED SUITS, tailor made; usual price 30 J., now 20a. Lot 5— Boys' TWEED or GALATEA SUITS, K.B. or sailor ; usual price 6?., now is. : Lot 6.— Gentlemen's WHITE SHIRTS ? .usual price 4s. 65., now 3s. , '??'..? Lot 7.— Gent's TWEED COATS j 'usual price 8s. 6d., now 53, 6d. Ladies and Gentlemen, be it remembered...

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SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

SPORTING^y TURF NOTES. (By Atlas.) ' H.N.T.,' Albury.— Tho Melbourne Cup of 1878 resulted aa follows:— Mr. E. Da Meatre's b h Oalamia, by Maribyrnong — Luna, 5;rs, 8.2 (T. Brown), 1 ; Mr. C. James's br h Tom Kirk, b7 Lady Kirk— Spa, aged, 7 8 (Murphy), 2 ; Mr. J. L. Purches's br g Waxy, by Oroagh Patrick— Leila, 6yrs, 6 11 (Braithwaite) 3. There were 30 starter. Melita waa favorite at 100 to 25. 100 to 12 Wellington and Firebell, | and 100 to 10 Calamis, who won easily by two | lengths and a half Time, 3aiin. 35-2sec. I Me. Geo. Rast, hon. sec, has issued a liberal programme of events fur the Halt-way Race I Club's meeting to be held on the club's course I (situated mid- way between Albury and Wodonga) oa Monday, 27ih January The principal items ; are— Pony Kace, Half-way Handicap (£7, one jaile one furlong). Flying Handicap, Open Hunter's Cbntest (over jamps 4ffc. bigh), and ether races. Entries f-r Pony Race, Half-way ? Handicap, and Hunter's Contest will be received by the secret...

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GENERAL SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

GENERAL SPORTING. Some extraordinary salaries are , paid to the world's crack bicycle ridere. It is sta:ed that J. 8 Johnson gets £1000 a year for riding a.par ticular make of bicycle. G. Hunt, the RngliBh long-distance crack, recently accepted a three years' engagement in France at £500 a year, and £40 for every race, with £60 added every timo be wins, Zimmerman, however, is a prince beside these, if reports do not lie. for they s y he draws £4000 a year for riding the Nimrod Zimmie wheels, and gets an extra £1000 a year from the Dunlop Tire Company for using their tires. With reference to Zimmsrman, 'FiHbiintpr,' the cycling contributor of the Australasian, writes :— Zimmerman looked far from well on. New Year's Day, and seamed to nur«e his strength every time he raced. When the five mile race came on Zimmerman stood down, and wisely too, for Dr, Springthorpa advises him to rest for a few weeks to pick up condition, which be has evidently lost. The champion appeared first in the s...

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A DIVER'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

A DIVER'S EXPERIENCE. A diver, named Demus, work.ng near Deliverance Island from one of Mr. S. Clark's boats, recently hai aa experience which frightened him from going below again lor a few days (says the Torres Straits Pilot.) While at; work at the bottom ha was attacked bv a large shark, which snapped at his shoulder. The air in the dress nnd the elasticity of the dress saved the diver, but the dress was de efcroyed. Demua waa terribly frightened ab the narrow escape ho he4 before be that the shark was easily driven off by Demus, as he had failed to bring the blood with his first bite, but found instead 'of flesh something whish it was difficult for his razor-edged teetb to penetrate. It is a rare occurrence fot- a diver to be at- ' _ \ tacked ia the dress in these parts. ? ./ -

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SERIOUS CASE OF SPIDER BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

SERIOUS CASE OF SPIDER BITE. The many friends of Mr. Arthur B. Marlay will regret to learn (writes the Toowoomba (Q ) Chronicle) that on Satur day morning, when in the premises of the A.J.S. Bank, he was bitten by a poisonous spider, known as the black spider with a red ppot on its back. The poison wai quickly absorbed iu the system, with the result that Mr. Marlay suffered th.3 nio-t excruciating pain-, tho arms and logs being partially paralysed. Dr. M' Donnell was sent for, and hud his patient removed to his home in Herries-street, and applie i the strychnine remedy. For 48 hours the intense pain continued, but we are glad to record that Mr. Marlay is now muoh better, and by toe ead of the week, it is hoped, he will be himself again. The bite of this kind of spider is jf a dangerous character, nnd instances have been known, one of a very recent date, where the bite has resulted in fatal con sequences.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

' NEWS IN BRIEF. : HEW SOUTH WALES. A branch of St. Vincent de Paul's Society has been establiahf d at Goulburn. This is the first branch that has been formed outside t^ydney. The survey ot allotments ia West 'Wya- lorig has resulted in the surveyed line.', in some instances, running dagonally through substantial premises. The Bail way Department, in spite of the severity of the season, carried by rail to' the Flemington sale-yards last year 3,000,000 sheep and 125,000 head of cattle for disposal by auebion. The revenue returns for the balf-y^ar ended December 2 L, 1895, ebow that the total amount received was £4,841,721 as compared with £4,840,038 tor thn corre sponding period in 1894, or an increase of £1,688. Senior-scgeant Cassin died from con gestion of the lungs last week at Adelong. Deceased, who was much r speeteii throughout the district, was instrumental in the capture ot the Moonlight gang of bushrangers. He had been stationed at Adelong for many years, and would har e be...

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THE DESTRUCTION OF HARES BY SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

THE DESTRUCTION OF MARES BY SNAKES. It may not ba generally known that snak s take a hand in the destruction of hara*. Mr. T. M'Dowall, of Din-ran Durra, near Braid -vooH, says that be kil'ed a Uvg- brown snake, raea uring some six or seven feet ia length, in hia padd.icks. Noticing chat it was uuusually larfre about the neck he procured an nxo and cut the reptile in two, when he was astonished to find Ids Biiakesi.ip bad swallowed a goodsizad yt')\ia-j hare. The animal wivs peri'ectly ia'act except that its land legs were broken as if they hai been chewed away. Ifc appears almost incredible that a euake could negotiate such a. largo bouy atiimal as a hare, by|

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