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

VICTORIA. The Tarrawonga Coffee Palace, occu pied by Mrs. Mary Fair, was completely destroyed by fire on Saturday. Mrs. Fair will be a heavy loser. The Great Southern co-operative party, Messrs. Dixon and Holloway, at Ander son's Cretk, obtained at a depth of 30;'t. in sinking their nt*w shaft from 3} tons of stone the splendid return of 29oz , nearly lUoz. to the ton. The election of two directors for the Ovens and Murray Dairy Company is causing considerable interest among share holders, and there will be a keen contest for the two seats. Tde two retiring directors, Messrs. E. M'Pherson and M'Kinty, will again, enter the field, and the new candidates wiil be Messrs. D. Hamilton, T. Doolan, John Pearce, and H. Way. The election takes place on the 11th, at 2 o'clock. At the Senalla court Robert A. Mar i shall was charged with alleged embe zz'e- ment of «ix sums of money, varying from ! £1 to £7 10s, the pr-'perty ,'f the! Goorambat Butter and Cheese Factory ! Company Limited. Accuse...

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

A QUEENSLAND INCIDENT. It was the day afcer a race-meeting iu the .Never Never, Queensland. A black boy had been hauled before the Bench by_ the sergeant of police charged with being drunk and disorderly, and alao with having destroyed that official's uniform. It happened that the justice who tried the case had also b.en em'oyinjj himself the previous day, and after hearing the evidence, fined the prisoner half-a-crowa. The astonished sergeant proceeded to argue the point on fie strength of hia destroyed coat and battered cap ; but the Benr-h was obdurate. Half-a-crown was the fine — no more. The indignant officer still remonstrating, the J.P. a^k^d, in an aggrieved tone, 'I'd like to know, ser geanr, who's sot to pay this fine— you op me V It was the Bench's blaekboy under sentence ! ? ? ? ?

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

A TRAGIC SUICIDE. A determined suicide, preceded by an .? -attempt at wife murder, was effected on. Monday at UJlina, by a farmer well known .locally, named Loughlin Byrnos, oged 67. Fora considerable time past Byrnes has disp'ayed such ecceatriciliea of conduct as to lead- to the impression that he was becoming demented. Whilst sitting wibh his wife acd grandson ia their kitchen he suddenly lifted an iron bap from ihe fireplace, and struck hia wife a violent blow on the back of the head, rendering her senseless. Thinking appa rently he bad killed her he rushed out, and was found shortly afterwards in the dairy on the floor in a pool of blood. A large butcher's knifa lay beside him, and there was a large gaping wound in hia throat. An examination showed that the man was quite dead. The wife bore evidences on vhe skull of the violence of the attack on her. The w^und is, how ever, not considered dangerous.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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TOCUMWAL RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.} [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

T0GUM17AL RfiCES. .. (ffBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) 1 The Tooumwal Annual Race9 came of£ on New Year's Day. The weather was fine, but a bit windy. Every thing was carried out in a most 'satisfactory manner, thanks to our worthy '' secretary, Mr. J. A. Trask ; but the stewards were certainly very lazy, and did not give the secretary as much aestBtance as they should, and had to be continually hunted up, The raoing was firat-claes, fields good, and no protests entered. The attendance was the largest ever seen, and was estimated at fully 2200, the gate 1 money coming to a big figure (but I have not heard definitely what yet). The settling took place at Mr. Donkin'o hotel, and there was plenty of champagne flowing, and the usual toasts drank, Subjoined are the details : — HURDLE BAOE. ?Mr. T. S. Dnvifl's Wedding Maroh, 9.12 - , (Yates) ? ... ? 1 Mr. W. Herriot's Eva, 11.10 (F, Glenn xx) ... 2 Eamiltoa'o Bros. Ooun'eraign, 9.0 ? 3 Wedding Maroh won easily. Eleven started. ' Time, 4min, 3...

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

BETHANGA RACES. About 250 persons attended the Bethanga races on New Year's Day. Mr. A.JY Alien, of the Commercial-Hotel, Bathaaga, had the booth, ' and appeared to do a good business. Mr. Wil son acted as starter, and gave satisfaction, Mr. J. Pooloy, junr, occupied the judge's box. The racing took place on the Spring dale course, and on the whole the entries were fairly numerous and the racing was of a motet interesting description. An incident of the day's racing was the successful ridiag of young Powell, who steered to victory the winners of the first fonr races. Results: — TBIAL STAKES. Three-quarters of a mile. W. Powell's Brunette ... ... ... ... 1 P. G. Bowden's Jack ... ? 2 — -Kelly's Wildflower ? ... ... 3 Eight Btarled. i-M MINEBS1 PUBSE. Five furlongs. Eight-stone up. — Retallick's Play Girl ... ... ... 1 -A, 'M. Fahey'a Fair Dawn ... ... ... 2 C- M. Maher'a Cockspur ? ... ... 3 .' '? Eight etarted. Won by half a length. Gladys . ? fell. BETH ANG- A HANDICAP. One mile an...

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

A BALLOON ADVENTURE. Leila. Adair, an aeronaut, had a thrill ing adventure on Sunday i She. made a ** mos- successful balloon ascentat Chowder, and having been carried inland soma dis tance released the parachute. Hers descent was accomplished without mis adventure until she had reached a distance of about 500fc. from the ground. She then encountered a strong current of air which carr'ed her over the waters of Sydney Harbour, and finally she dropped into Taylor Bay, with the parachute abdvo her. Two Italian fishermen rowed to her assistance. They fund her ffet up wards in the water, and managed to get her aboard ju^t iu time to save her life. She was quite imconscioua, but on removal to Chowder received medical aid aud soon regained consciousness.

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. - Three loads of Tandama wool with waggons and harness have been burnt afc * Moolawartana. The wool belonged to Messrs. R. D. Dawes and Co., and the teamsters were Messrs. R and W. Tre loar. The origin of the fire is unknown. The bicyclist who, it is reported, pro poses to ride from Adelaide to Port Dar win, forestalls a Northern Territory mam who had a similar trip in his mind (aays an exchange). Mr. A. Maedooald, of the Telegraph Department, fully intended riding from Port Darwin to Adelaide at some future date, but if the originality of the feat is removed he may consider, the temptation not sufficiently strong. The West Australian revenue returns received for the yea »?, quarter, and montbi ending December 31, show a satisfactory increase over that for the corresponding: periods of last year. The receipts for the year are £1,438,604, or' an incr* ase of £574,925,- being equal to 66 per cent. For the quarter the receipts were £449,764, or an increase of £120,270;...

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

t STJITJ BLU FOB PEESB1TTS. ? 3 Bofcs. BRANDY S „ 'WHISKY 3 „ BUM 1 „ SCHNAPPS 1 TPfYRT 1Qtri?t)T3V ^2L CP-rfSkJ^ja. 3Bots. VfpLT/f 3 „ ^4e-$Y i fe^/B^ffMED ALE. 3S/a -EPj£k-SSB2SL 4 Bots. ENGLISH ALS 3 „ LAGEE BEER 1 „ PORT 1 „ SHERRT 1 WHISKY ' 1 „ BRANDY 1 „ HUM. - #s i ; ' - THE ABOVE ASSORTMENTS MAY BE TAEIED AS DESIKED. if*~* **?'** t , ? I...-,.. -I,. ? ___ , ? ? in ? i ? in ? ? imiMiw win ?? ? iirir— — — * ^'??FAMOUS CQOLALTO, HOCK, CHABLIS, CLARET, &o. iJfckC English Hams, Dutch Cheese, New Bates, Figs, Muscatels, Almonds, Currants, Slemes, Sultanas, Ginger 8SW' i& Byrup, Arnott's Christmas Cakes. f'V^.' ? _____ ! , -n - ' ? — — .— ~— -— — . r ' ? Public ? _4 EXPERT VALUATOR. 'y . JOHN M&CLtTRE ^\ (General Manager o^ibe Yalwde Wine '- - . Cor/Xiny^, , -4 ~\ 'dlA^1 Bt ^0 ^ J?8t °* ftjeoo'sf'^nd^old »rv ' -Q» cuBtpmers, / JtOed to Ey&Q7 -OE} a a T * J_P)RN ,4S0MM 51 AL (f -d -! gQ RI*' £TL - '*' IP&AMpLTf life, ADJ^-Ef^Bnf-^ iBI ;'' - f...

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STRANGE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

STRANQE DEATH, A young man named A. Shields, aged 29 years, died in Mudgee on Saturday morning after a very brief illness (says the Mudgee paper). It appears that the deceased, who had come to Appletree Flat to spend Christmas with his rela- tions, partook of some apriecta on Boxing   Day with his mother, which had the effect of making them both very ill. The young fellow became so bad that it was decided to send him to Mudgee to seek medical aid, which proved unavailing   for he rapidly sank, and died on Saurday morning. He leaves a young wife and several children, who will feel his loss   severely. His wife especially was over come with intense grief at the shock her young husband's death occasioned, as she   came in too late to see him alive.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S RAGES. SECOND DAY—SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S RACES. Second Day— Satubday, JanuAby 4. The Bummer weather which prevailed all the week continued yesterday, and consequently a large crowd assembled at Raridwick to witness tho big event of Tattersall's Club meeting The - ' 1 course- was in splendid order. Details :— , . NEW YEAE'a GIFT. A handicap. Six furlongs. W. Forrester's b g Beau Brnmmel, by .Niagara — Concei., 3 yra, 6 8 (J. Six3raith) ... 1 W. A. Long's br f Ordnance, 3 yrs, 7 9 (O. Ectridge) ... ... ..; ? 2 W. Y. Couains's b m Dodo, 5 yrs 7.2 (Mor gan) ..-. ? .„ ..... ?.,., s The other starters were — Inspiration, Pturu mond, Aurea, Buccleugh. Babel, Dalmeny, Steward, Oravafe, Bliss, Blue Cap, Collarette, Amiable, The Faithful, Snapshot, Yellow Plush, Pr^toa, and Balance. Beau .Brummel won-'by half a length ; Dado was a head in front of Collarette, after whom came JBlias, Balance, Aurea, and Buccleugh. Tinle, lmin. I4jaec. _ ^ DISPOSAL STAKES. ..t F. Hill's b f Enid, by 'Foreafc King— MIsb ' Kingston, ...

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

? Sales by Auction. H1LLSI DE ESTATE. Rich Agricultural & Grazing Land, -? NEAR COROWA N.S.W. TUESDAY, 21st JANUARY, At 2 pm. A A, PIG GIN and Co. (in conjunction with . RYAN, HAMMOND, and ' MATES) have received instructions from the Mortgagees to sell by public auction, at the Conwa Auction Rooms, on the active date, the Property known 83 the $ Comprising |p280 acres O.P. Land, all first class agricultural and grazing land, suit able fo^wheat, wine, or wool growing, jfQpie Estatejls one of ^^finel!|;'in the Corowa '^omrict, its carrying ca|ffveity bjs&g unequalled. 4JB-. acres aip cleared^Yor cultivation, and have yf§li|gft3^^&d8ome return thigfiy'ear. The s^|lvi8ion consistsjjp'f 10 paddocks, Bcourely.tfli|!«(3, amp'.y waffled by excavated tanks iupacii. M _^sstsff '* Ti3pKfho!9 property hasJ;&ijtislliSged|' scrubbed H^^^^fherv^e improved. ^Either Improvements '??p^^msists off 6 roomed weatherboard house, de tached kil|!taenI.Btable3, well and windm...

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

CHESS NOTES. Mr. R. L. Hodgson, of Melbourne, has written to Mr. E. N. Wallace, challenging him to play in Sydney during April for the cham- pionship of Australia. The match will pro-   bably be on similar lines to that between Mr. Wallace and Mr. Esling, the winner of seven games to win the match, the stakes to be £25 a side.

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

Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and also the Centennial Gold Medal, for the Best Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. Wool coming by Train to Narandera and Corbwa Railway Stations will be taken delivery of and redelivered ' at _ said Railway Stations FREE) OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE!. Trad® Addresses* ' ' T. GRHENPIBLDi' Also at WODONGA, opposite Bambrick's Hotel. MONUMENTS, TOMB8TONES, BAIL INGS, TABLETS, fee, ERECTED in Cemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cut, and general repairs done. Designs and Estimates free of charge.   HUME FOUNDRY ¶ ALBURY ENGINEERS, Millwrights, Boilermakers, and Engine-smiths, Sawmill, Flourmill, and Agricultural Machinery, [Contrac]tors supplied with Girders, Columns, Verandah, Castings, &c, Horseworks in stock. CHARLES LAMPITT,         Manager. GENERAL BLACKSMITHS & BUGGY BUILDERS, TOWNSEND STEET, ALBURY,   Next to J. $#B. Roberts & Co.) A LARGE ST...

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

Announcements     BIRTHS BOWLER.—On 2nd Jan, at Annandayle Station     Germanton, the wife of S. P. Bowler—a son. ROLLS.—On Christmas morning at Brookong,     the wife of W. C. Rolls of a daughter.

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

SHOCKING ACCIDENT. The Bendigo Advertiser says : — A shocking accident, attended by fatal results, occurred on Saturday afternoon, the victim being an industrious young   man named Patrick Ahern, who resided   with his wife and family of three little children in a portion of a small weather   board tenement in Glasgow Lane, off Arnold-street. The deceased was in the employ of the Messrs. ITitzpatrick Bros., farmers and threshing machine proprie- tors, of Axedale. He had been working on the machine about a fortnight. On Saturday they were completing threshing grain on Messrs. Fitzpatrick's farm, on the Kimbolton road, about a mile from the Axedale township, and the accident occurred between two and three o'clock in the afternoon. The deceased by some means got his right leg caught in the drum. He screamed out to the other workmen, and the machine waa promptly stopped, but not before the unfortunate   man's leg was completely torn of...

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

ANTHRAX. -------*--------         During the past few weeks a number of work ing bullocks belonging to Mr. Joseph Boon, of Mitta Mitta, have died in a paddock at Wodonga Flat. A quantity of blood contained in the spleen of the dead animals was forwarded by the Stock Inspector at Wodonga to the Chief ln- spector of Stock, Melbourne, for analytical examination, and, after having been subjected by him to microscopic examination, Mr. Pentland found the bacilli of anthrax.    

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

? Wagrtefl. ? IBS MAGNAlglB^A'S Registry Office, Olive-s^efe^fANTED^^sll kinds of Domestic Seg&clSf al£3s2&airM Couples and Governesses. '&M( country applications must have enclosed with theru one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. .^ MRS. CHOAK|?S REG|#RY OFFICE, Kiewa-Btre^ ep.53§Sx#' Eose Hotel, WANTED, all ^|ids^?^ltiest5^jv:gpvanta, Married Conple^a^^oVernesses^Mfcountry applications must bave enclosed with them Is. worth of stamps for correspondence. Home for young girls awaiting situation. Terms moderate RS. LAWS0#5 RE^flTRY OFFICE, Smol1ett.str||t.-rs|^2TED, all kinds of Domestic Servants|^al^ piMTied^CoupJea. and Governesses. All country afiSg^^BinBt; have enclosed with them one shilling's worth of stumps for correspondence. RS. BURTON'^ REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-street 0st below the Rose Hotel). WANTED, all kijgaa crSf-Doraestic Servants, Married Couplos, a$f ^;i||ne^eje.iA#xountry applications muEtD'i^i'en'c'ic£sa#sv-'iftt thetn one shilli...

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NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896

NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. Doubts are entertained by people in a posi tion to form an opinion of value upon the %u! jjet, as to whether the proceeds of the land *ud income tex^s will be euffijient to make up for the loss entailed by the remission of Cus toms duties. There ia surely no need to trouble on this head. Ifc will only be neces sary tr, increase the land tax to 61- in tbe £, and things will come all riant. To be Bare a g iod deal of laud doesn't return the owners 6J. in the £ on the capital value, but in ouoh a case ill that need be said is ' So much the worse for the ownere.' At all events when their freeholds are confiscated they can take up settlement leases— —some ci that 50,000 acres in Colombo that Mr, Oatrathera was blowing about. # # ? * Bafore the Reform Party In tho Municipal Council goes out of offia», I would commend to its noticaa drain In Smollett-street on the south side, just opposite the residence of the teacher of me Public Sshool. The time for the annual el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

FOR : Mond&yf^Q,tJf to Saturday, 25tii. \ 8EA80&6LE G^^^^Kn PRICES. . TOWNSEMD & HUME STS., ALBURt.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

DRAMATH^ENTEirTAINMEirT AT WODONGAc sc ?- ? The production of H. J. Byron's burlesque. 'The Bride oE Abydos,' in the shire hall, Wo donga, by an Albury Liliputian Company od Wednesday night was witnessed by a good attendance, and, in view of the circumstance that the piece was postponed from the origina date, the management should have reason to be gratified with the financial result. AH the parts in the extravaganza were allotted to juveniles and the manner in which the young artiatct represented their characters is extremely credit able to themselves and i heir instructors Misse? Dora Coe (Selim), G. Smiles (Zobeide) Lily Simcox (Zuleikn), and Masters E Pusterla (Miiza), W. Solle (Oaman Bey), and G. Smith (Giaffir), who were the principal lights of tbo burlesque, acted as if to the manner bom. and the audience showed marked appreciation of the young players' abilities. The Btage had been well prepared for the representation, excellent scenery being convoyed from Albury and ar rang...

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