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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Special ikdvertisefiaents. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ob1 nsr:E~w toek Established 1843. RICHARD A. M'OHRDY, President. 3a? The largest and Wealthiest Life Insurance 'M .^Company uj the World, ^SS^Bl^of-cIate of ls% Official Investigation, j|F 4. December 31, 1891, ^ M Income .* Jf ^860,548. |f Surplus ~- _r .'* 623, 145. PUBiamTUTC -L. XL l JOFITS GO TO THE OLIC\ HOLDERS. \ ? ALL MODERN VORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE. v r ** — — ? The PorMyr TruBt Investment Policies were Originated by this Office. Australian B apartments COMPANY'S BUILDING, MARTIN- PLACE, SYDKBY, N.S.W. Z. C. KENKIE, General Manager. &gent at Alt-ury-Gv S. ADAMS. JO^agsT BLACKIE, PHAx^Lo|5It1QAL CHEMIST, ????.? ? ? .^. 3^a ^ '53' IccS. TB'. ? :: ;.; H, O. GANNON, * . ' is -i Bg|^v*3^T OL -iy57' IS'* J|^. ID? AL^AILF'f/^ATig»NS^ ^ -.HIGHEST MARKET RATES, ' And Prompt Caeh Returns, ? ; ??; ?-? Office — Menz's Australian Hotel, Allaury. STATEMENTS hoping for J|me time past beetf^aade to $Sany of My Clients and oiher*»#D...
WODONGA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
WODONGA NOTES. (from odr own correspondent.) The next sittings of th^ Wodonga County Court and Court of Mines will be held on Wed« nesday, lltu March. Electoral revision courts will be held si the - undetmeutioned places as follows :— Corr-mg-~ Saturday, lat Februii^-, at 1 1 a.m ; Mitta Mitta — Tuesday, -irh February, at 11 a.m. ; Worlonga —Thursday, (ith February, at 11 am : Yack undandah — Monday, 10th F'bruaiy, at 11 a in. ; Bethanga— Wednesday, 19th February, at 11 a.m. At a local land board held at Becchworth on Saturday, an application made by Peter Smith under the 42nd ecclion for 50 acre's, at Beethang, was recommended ; John Francis lluou's appli cation being rcfimui. Patrick M'Grath'a appli cation for 50 acrcfi, nt Bungii, was reeotniiK-mled, as was also the application of James B. Walker for 20 acres, at Buliioh, Edward Scott, !-jts clerk of courts afc Chiltem and Wodonga, ia now iu the Kow Lunatic Asylum, as the result of his arrest ou the eharee I of deserting his dumb...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.). Sydney, Thursday. The weather is unsettled, rain failing at later vale. A deputation representing Sydney wool brokers to day asked tbe Premier whether i was the intention of the Government to col lect the income tax on consignments of wool, hides, tallow, and general produce from the neighbouring colonies. Mr. E:id replied io the negative, and explained that he never in tended under the lew system of taxation to include articles which were simply in transit. George Henry Preston, whose arrest, was effected yesterday on suspicion of being Impli cated in a number of daring frauds on divers business people, waa charged to-day with ob taining i-25 worth of goods from Robert Raid and Oo. Prestoa was remanded for a week. Tho Railway Commissioners have finally declined to reinstate the tram guards sum marily dismissed for conduct contrary to the regulations of the service. London, Wednesday. There is great excitement throughout the Tra...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
?i'O 1'HEi EETIOR OS' THE ALBUEY BANKEiR £ie,— Kiudly inforni me thtough your valuable journal how to cut a' stone jsr. It h*s a very Bmall neck r.nd I require it for a pickle jhr. FARMER. [Perhaps some of our readers can supply this infoimntion —Ed. A D J Mr. John Andrew, of Berembed Station, died at Narandeta on Monday from heat apoplexy. A very quiet marriage wig solemnised at St Augustino'd Church, Woitouga, on Tuesday morning, whim Mr, H. Carso, head tem?hor if Coiryonp State echucl, was iinitad to Misa Car mody. also of Ccrryong. Father Gaffioy was tho ofSoiatiog clergyman,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir, — Please answer the following question in your valuable paper :— If I take out a miner's right and a permit to propped on private pro perty, does the permit entitle me to prospect oa anyone's private property, or does it only permit me to prospecton only one single surveyed blocfe of Iftnd ; in other words, have I to take a special prrmit for every separately su veyed blocs r— By aiaswoiing the abova you will oblige, INQUIRER. [A holder of a miner's right can obtain a permit to Beatoh for gold in any specified measured pordoD, and to remove 28lbs. stone from the surface within 1 ± days It is necessary tt have this permit to peg out a Itaie from Government. Or he c*n obtain a prospecting license on payment of an assessment for surface damageB, to be assessed by the warden. This entitles the bolder to dig and search for gold in tho portion for which, the. license is pranted These permits can only be granted for one portion at n time, — Ed, A.B~...
COROWA VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
GOROWA VINE AND FHU1T GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. : ? v ? (FB0M OUB OWN OOBBBSPONDBNT.) The quarterly meeting of the Oorowa Vine and Fruit Growers' Association was held at the ~* School of Arts on Friday afternoon, 10th insfc Ihero were present MesBrs. G. H. WilliB (in the v chair), S. W. Thompson, B. Elkington, 8. J. Ohenhall, T. Bray, Pinchard, N. Bow, P. Detlef* sen, F, Barnes, Berney, N, Leonard, L. Bray, and L. Archer, hon. secretary. Letters were read— From D3partment of Agri culture notifying that departmental busineaa would prevent Mr. Benson visiting Oorowa at present, but that be would do so shortly ; from same notifying that RJ.r, Valter could not attend ; from same (2) advising of placing request ior re duction of carriage rates for fruit before the Railway Commissioners, for favorable considera tion, but without success ; from the manager of the Government Experimental Farm, promising to ^ try and fiait Corona'; from Mr. Benson promis ing a visit and a lecture on 10th inst, ;...
ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
: ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the sommittee was held on ^Thursday evening, the members present -„ teing Mr. J. Wilkinson (in the. chair), and 1 Messrs. G.A. Thompson, H. Hawkins, Potts, iv J. H. Paine, T. H. Griffith, GL H. Billson, v Dr. Woods. -, The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read as follows :? — '---?'?' From Mr. P. Fallon, resigning his trus teeship. — Eeceived. ? „ ~ From Mr. Ball, intimating that ho had received a reply from the department to the effect that special grants to Mechanics' In stitutes had been discontinued, , From the Lands Department, seating that the deed for the land would be for warded on the deed fee being paid. - -. ; . From Mr. H. Caspers, applying for the post of piano tuner at £2 per annum.— It was decided to accept this offer. ''/ A number of aocouuts were passed for payment. The President then said he wished to prefer a-formal complaint against the sec '7 - ' letary, Mr. F. Simmons. The Presid...
SITUATION MUCH IMPROVED. DISMISSAL OF DR. JAMESON. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
SITUATION MUCH IMPROVED. DISMISSAL OF DR. JAMESON. London, January 11. Dr. Jameson, the leader of the recent expedition into the Transvaal, has been formally dismissed from his position aB administrator of the British South Africa Company's territory. He is to be succeeded by Mr. F. J. Newton, Colonial S?cretary of British Bechuanaland. Mr. J. H. Hofmeyer, member for Sfcellen boscb, and leader of the Afrikander party in the Cape Legislature, has sent a cable message to Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, declaring that a radical change is necessary in the constitu tion of the Chartered Company. Aa at present administered, it endangers the peace of the' Transvaal. Mr. Hofmeyer further demands that an inquiry be made into the conspiracy which was p'otted. Mr. Chamberlain has replied that an inquiry will certainly be held, but that at present the chief object to be aimed at is to prevent the relations between the British and Dutch in the Transvaal from becoming embitt...
SUFFERINGS OF JAMESON'S FORCE. FIGHTING WITHOUT WATER. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
SUFFERINGS OF JAMESON'S FORCE. FIGHTING WITHOUT WATER. London', January IS. Details am to hand throwing further light ' upon ahe hardships under ?ono by Dr. Jame.Bon's contingent in their 36 hours' engagement with the Boers. Captain Thatcher, one of the officers of the Bechuannland 'police, who was captured with the other survivors of the invading forca, reports that during the action Dr. Jameson's men were not only without food, but water, and endured terrible sufferings from thirst. For want of water the Maxim guns, which were continuously fired for many hours, became choked and temporarily useless. One most regrettable incident is related by Captaiu Thutcher. During tho fighting ono of tho Boerp Cr-.no o nnt from cover with tho humane object of offering a draught of water to a member of tho raiding forco, who was lying wounded. His intention was not recognised at the moment, and in mistake Jameson's men shot him down. The firmness and i r onaptitude shown by Mr. Chamberlain, Secr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
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CABLEGRAMS. THE TRANSVAAL DIFFICULTY. A MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN TO KRUGER. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
CABLEGRAMS. THE TRANSVAAL DIFFICULTY. — ? -t ? A MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN TO KRUGER. London, January 10. Her Majesty the Qieen has despatched a message to President Kruger with refer ence to the settlement arrived at by the President and Sir Hercules Robinson, the Governor of Cape Colony and her Majesty's High Commissioner for South Africa. Her Mrjasfcy states in her meieage that she is much gratified at the decision of President Kiuger to hand over the prison ers who were taken by the Boers in the recent engagement. This decision, Her Majasty adds, will conduce to the mainteuanca of peace and to the harmonious co-operation of tha Boer3 and the British in the Transvaal. The Dutch African Society in Amster dam has issued a manifesto in connection with the present crisis. The manifesto appeals to Great Britain to respsct the autonomy of the weaker nation. The Portuguese Government, which controls the Portuguese calony at Delagoa Bay, has taken up a decided attitude in connection with th...
WALBUNDRIE v. GERMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
WALBUNDRIE V. GERMANTON. The following match was played on Saturday, 11th inst, at Cnlcairn, and resulted in a win for Walbundrie : — - Walbondbie FirBt Innings. Second Innings. R, Eat w isle, b Haynes ? 9 c Bent, b Purtell ... 4 E. Clear, b Purtell 7 c J. Bruce, b J, W. Bruce ... ... 33 E Patterson, r'n out 4 b Haynes ? 4 Glennon, b Haynes 0 c Purr.ell, b Haynes 7 F. Clear, b Purtell 2 b J. W. Bruca .... .2 J, Fitzgerald, c J. Bruce, b Haynes 0 b J. W, Bruce ... 6 J. Patterson, b Haynes ... ... 3 b Haynes ... * ... 0 J. Entwisle, not out 2 bJ. W.Bruce -... 0 B. Thorpe, st Bow ler, b Puitell ... 0 b Purtell ? 4 E. Tuck well, b Purtell ? 0 not out ? 5 E. Fitzgerald, b v 'Purtell ... ...Ob J. Stewart ' ... 0 Sundries ... 8 Sundries ... 14 Total ... 35 Total ... 79 Bowling Analysis.— Pnrtell 7 for 27, Haynes 7 for 42, J, W. Bruce i for 19, J. Stewart 1 for 4 . . GjEBMANTON. First Innings. Second Innings. Bridson,. c P. Clear b Tuckwell ... 0 b Tuckwell... ... 4 Haynes, o E. Clear, bF. ...
WODONGA V. BONEGILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
WO DONGA V. BONEGILLA. The second meeting of the above clubs which took place at Bethabga Road ou Saturday, was an example of the uncertain fortunes of cricket. On the ocor.Biou of the first match between these teams, Bonegilla won easily by 38 run, the defeat of Wodonga being principally due to the excel 1-Kt bowiing of B--yd and Studham. In the present instance, however, the tabloB were tamed with a vengeance, Wodonga winning by 3 runs and 9 wickets, Bonegilla were the first to bat, and made 84 before the last wicket was taken. This score being a respectable one, the Bonegil laitoa wero assured of their ultimate victory, but their confidence was shortlived, as T, Riohnrdaon and 0. Campbell resisted tho berfi efl'oriqof tho Bqnogillo. bowlers to dislodgq them. Wodonga having a credid of 87 runs, HadleV who was bowled by Boyd for 6, was the only other batsman to go in. The scores are as follow :— Bonegilla. Rowley, run out ? 2 Chaundy, b Hamilton ... ... ... Z. 6 E Foard, b Rjchards...
THURGOONA v. TALGARNO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
THURGOONA V. TALGARNO. On Saturday last a team from the Thurgoona Cricket Club journeyed to Talgarno and beat the looal players by 28 runs. The scores were :— TALGABtfO. Peterson, c Spenoe, b Hall ... ... ... 8 W. Ellwood, b Day ? .w .... 0 J. Park, c Frauenfelder, B Hall ... . ... 6 J. Ellwood, b Hall „ ... ... ... 0 M. Park, b Hall ? - ... 20 Labban, c R. Wignell, b Day ? 1 M. Ellwood, o W. Wignell, b Frauenfelder... 9 S. Riobardson, rot out ... ... ... ... ... 2 Richardson, b Hall ... .,, ' ... ... 1 A. Lobban, g Spenoe, b Frau::nf elder ... 0 Drummond, o and b Frauenfelder ? 2 Sundries ... ... ... ...... 2 ' Total ? '60 Thubgoona. Weissel, o and b Petersen ? 2 Joe Day, b J. P«rk .. ... ,.. ,- ... 25 Spence, b W. Ellwood ? ' ... 21 Jas. Day, b W. Ellwood ? 0 Neal, b J, Park... ? '' :.. 0 Frauenfelder, o Lobban, b Ellwood ... ??* 0 W. Wignell, retired ... ... ' ... .... 18 Jas. Hall, runout ? , 7M' ... 0 A. Hill, o and b Park ? , ',.... ...'0 R. Wignell, not out ... ... ......' .....
CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
CRICKET. ALBUfiY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. January 18— Thurgoona (15), at Albury. January 25— Corowa, at Corowa, January 27— Wagga, at Albury. February 8— Germanton, at Germanton, February 22 — Benalla, at Benalla. March 7— Corowa, at Albury. March 21— Benalla, at Albury,
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Publications Eeceived — We have re ceived the current number of ' Cosmos.' The present issue is very readable and contains an assortment cf literary wares to suit all tastes. Mrs. Charles Bright contributes an excellent article on the Sydney Hospital. Mr. Theodore Soderberg has a speculative essay on hypno tism. ' Ode Night '' is the title of a highly sensational story of bushrangfng, &j., the only fault of which la the unsatisfactory ter mination-. Tragedy is all very wellin its way, but the average reader likes his fiction to wind up like the old children's stories ' and they lived happily ever afterwards,' albeit a hazardous thing to predicate as the outcome of matrimony, the UBual antecedent. Colonel Bell forms the suVject of a character sketch. The serial story 'In an Australian City,' is advanced another stage, and M. Merimee is responsible for a Ooraican story of much in* terest. The number contains several good illustrations, notably a photo of Mrs. Brough as 'Niobe....
ENGLAND AND GERMANY. THE REICHSTAG SUPPORTS THE EMPEROR. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
ENGLAND AND GERMANY. THE REICHSTAG SUPPORTS THE EMPEROR. London, January 10. Although a perceptible change has taken place in the tone adopted by the German press when dealing with the situation in ,. - the Transvaal, the relations between Eng land and Germany with regard to the attitude of the German Emperor are still marked bv extreme tension. The subject has been debated at length in the Reichstag amid a scene of much enthusiasm. Count Kanitz, one of the Deputies sitting in the Reichstag, made a speech, in the course of which- he warmly applauded the ' - energetic attitude adopted bv tbe German Emperor in supporting President Kruger. _. The speech was cheered enthusiastically by the ReichstBg.
THE TURKISH CRISIS. STATEMENT BY THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
THE TURKISH CRISIS. STATEMENT BY THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. London, January 11. The Duke of Westminster, who has taken a warm interest in the movement; for assisting the persecuted Armenians, declines to bring further pressure to bear upon Lord Salisbury iu the direction of urging the Prime Minister to take decisive action on behalf of tho Armenians. It is declared by the Duke of West minster that England cannot act alone without incurring the risk of war. He adds that Russia considers her political interests before everything, and that theBe with hor ontwoigh all others. If Russia would co-opeiate with England, ho con tinues, tho outrages in Armenia would soon cease,
WHOLESALE ARRESTS. LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
WHOLESALE ARRESTS. London, January 13. Mr. Cecil Rhodes has sent a telegraphic communication to the New York World in which he endeavours to enlist the sympathy of .Americans with the cause of the Uitlanders. The foreign residents of the Rand, Mr. Rhodes points out, ara largely composed of Americans, and the Uitlanders own nine tenths of the entire wealth of the Trans vaal. Despite their recent discomfiture, the Uitlanders, he says, are certain to again attempt from time to time to obtain their rights from the Boer Government. Mr. Rhodes adds an appeal .to the American people to extend their sympathy to Great Britain in her quarrel with Ger many instead of bickering' at the British Government over the Venezuelan boundary dispute. The numerous arrests made by the Boer Government in Johannesburg include a brother of Dr. Jameson and the whole of the leading mining shareholders on the Rand. Regulations have been issued for bidding residents of Johannesburg to transfer their prope: ty. S...