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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. ? 2 — ~ ~ ' Sun. Hoce. 3 Days. BIbcb.' Sets. Klses. SetB. '™ H .M. H H. B.M. H.M. IT Frldav .. ~ - 5 18 7 42 7 9.M 9 9A 18 Snturftay ~ ?? - 5 19 7 42 8 10 9 Si 19 2nd Sun after Epiphanij. 6 20 ? 41 9 9 9 54 20 Monday ? 6 21 7 41 10 5 10 15 ? a. Tuesday ? 5 22 7 40 U 3 10 37 S2 Wednesday .. .. 5 23 7 40 12 Ia 11 0 28 Thursday! ? S 24 7 39 I 1 U 25 Melbourne mean time. Woon'b Phases.— First quarter, January 23rd, 12 42 p.m. ; full moon. 30th, 0 05 p.m. AWD WODONGA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1896.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
The new Act for the regulation of the ' Civil Service is divided into six parts, and contains 72 clauses. The chief provisions of the measure may be summarised as follows : — Henceforth the entire manage - ment of the tervica is to be vested in a Board of three members, each appoiute J - for a-term of seven jears and eligible for reappointmenfc, and receiving a salary of £1000. As som a-i po sible this Board U to be firnisW by the permaneut head of each Ministerial Department, with a return showiug th? number of officers in such Department-, the duties devolving upon each, and tue salary paid therefor The Board is a'so personally to inspect each Department, a'd if necessary trans fer or dismiss any officers therein ; and at intervale of not more fihau five years it &&§ to gra.de asd clwaifjr thq wfcpfo qf tbe . .. ? . . ? . .. . j ' officers, and determine the rate of salaries payable. All temporary appointments existing at the commencement of the Act, will be inquir...
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. . If the bold freatrade policy of the present Government is not received with complete satisfaction by all sections of the community in New South Wales, it ia at least^hailed with unalloyed delight by all classes in Victoria. The freetraders faqaently fall upon the neck of Mr. Raid and weep tears of j -y at his euc« ceas in the cause of Cobdenism. The protec tionists are also jubilant, one Melbourne paper remarking :— ' The removal of the protective dutiea will enable Victorian manufacturer and Victorian farmers to make a bold bid for the recovery of trade acrrsJ the border. The market for Victorian agricultural prod nee will be widened by the ratnoval of tbe restrictions which impeded tuffi? with the Riverina dis trict. . New South Wales, in the most favor able circumataccas, has not produced food supplies sufficient for her own requirement?, and local production will not bo stimulated by the reversion of policy which has now taken placo. The present season...
SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. The Messrs. Douglas are erecticg a new woolahed on their Yanko station at a cost of £2000. A shipment of boney waa made recently to London from the Western district of Victoria. The result was unsatisfactory, aud appears to show that there ia no hope of an Eugliah ^ , market for honey. The Premier of Tasmania sees no necessity ^ for discouraging racing sweeps. Tasmania, therefore, for some time to come, will have a monopoly of the ' consultation' business. Professor Davis who treated Mra. Currle for cancer has been committed on a charge of man slaughter. Farmers in the Goulburn Valley are hold' Ing thair wheat for a rise. At E^huca the price advanced on Saturday to 43. 41. The Federation Conference haa been poet- v._ poned till the end of February. Biigndier General Ffrench has been ap pointed commandant of the N,S W. forces. The announcement of new public works ia attracting labour from other colonies. The influx is stated by the Premier to be at the rate of 1...
LECTURE ON AGRICULTURAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Lecture on agricultural topics. M*. J. L. Thompson, principal of the Agricul. tural College, Hawkesbury, gave a lcctuce at the Council Chamber on. Wednesday afternoon, nnder the auspices of the Agricultural Society, upon dairying, &c. Mr. G. H. Billaon, president of the society, occupied the chair, and considering the awkward nesj of the hour selected, there wa3 a f air attond anca. The Chairman having briefly introduced the lecturer, Mr. Thompson commenced his address by re marking that ha feared his visit jjsfc now was a little inopportuae. Some time ago Mr. Ball hart asked him to com?, bat j ist then he bad been un able to comply wuo the iaritatioiu Wheu, hov ever, the college vacation time caaie round and the secretary of their agricultural society a-iked him to deliver an addfess oa agricultural topics, he could not but f .Ul in wita the suggestion. The great question of th; day was undoubtedly that of how to make a living oa ths land ; and it was equally that it was to...
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A mooting of the committee, wa? held on Wednesday. Mr. Billson occupied the chair, tho other members present being Messrs, Schilg, Bowyer-Smijth, Chapman, Whitehead. Lankes ter, A, Andrews, W, 0, Bowen, C. Kierath, and M. Barlow. After the confirmation of minrtes the bank paosbock waa submitted, showing debit balance of £992 lid. The report of the secretary wits read, showing that the receipts since last meeting had been — subscriptions £5 Es., donations £21 19a. ; refund 163. 4d. The statement of claim for subsidy waa ready, showing tho total receipts to be £612 29. 6d., entitling the society to £257 12s. 6d. Accounts had been pnii as follows: — C. J Ohler £1 3a. ; T. H. Mate and Co., £16 403. lOd. j P. ,J. Howell, £1 ; petty cwh, £i ; G. Henderson, £1 2s ; 8. Mackay, £50.— The re port was received. Correspondence was then read as follows i — Frrm the Athletic Club, effering a, pair of turnstiles without registers for £15, and adding that register...
CORRYONG PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
GORftYGHG PHESBYTE8IAH GHUROH, ThebuiMirgot'thePreabyterianCharch, Cor ry.in,'.', wbich him baeu ^uin^ on einuo Jam !ub!-, h,vi now been couiplottd. Tns openine p'jrvioea nro to be held oa Sunday, 26tb January, when tho preachers will ba tha K-jv. W. li. Cooper, M.A., Bfcchwonh, in the morning uad cvaniug aud Itjv. J. Q. MiUsir. tiio mui!.iVer of iho c'rturcb, iu tha titicraooB. 1;- comitc'.iou v/iUj tho oponing, a teu-rr.^elinp, vili ijo b.rid on Tuesday, 28i;h, to be followed by a public maetio^ it* tho evening in the etiwtcb. -V— --— — ' ? Ji ? ? ? ~— ? r-S ? — — ? fill ? ,''i ? 'I ?
ALBURY HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
ALBURY HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting waB held on Monday, Mr. Ten Brink occupied the chair, the othot members present belug Messrs. Potts, Tietyens, Rale, and WbHafeer. After the confirmation of minutes the following business waa trans acted. Tho superintendent announced the receipt; per Mr. W. 0. Bowen of .£33 12i contributed by or collected at Walla Walla Station. The sum of £2 was passed for pay ment of expenses, in addition to £Z already paid, in connection with late juvenile panto mime. A vote of thanks was also passed to all who took part in the performance. The report of tho tr^asur^r was read, showing the receipts ind expenditure to have been as fol lows : — Receipts — Xtnas pantomime, £20 ; sub 3criptioD8, £33 15i. ; donations, i'43 8 . 81. j Government subsidy, £164 13). 7d. ; interest-, £1153.; total, £273 2 -. 31. Expenditure— salaries (medical). £25 ; salaries, £16 13j 41.; wage*, £20 143. lid. ; breud, £2 19*. ; meat, £4 14 «. 51.; poultry, £1 13. 61.; groceri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Wantedn ? MISS MACj|piAi§SA'S Registry Office, OUve-sji|^t.^#|ANTBI-, all kinds of Domestic 8eiiMi0jMf$^M*& Couples and Governesses. jfS%b»^1^'applicaticnQ must have enclosed ^/.irfi t£fea one shiilling'3 worth of stamps lor correspondence. ? ' -ft,fRS. CHOAKE'S REGISTRY OFFICE, jj'lL Kiewa-||%eefc,A^;-ipposit.e Rose Hotel, WANTED, al&gidrwJf^of Domestic Servants, Uarried Conplf^c^^ejg^fige?-;.-?. All country applications rafe'KiiavSvtBSfesea'vvith them la. worth of stamps for correspondence. Home for young girls awaiting situation. Terms moderate RS. LAWSCSSi'8 REGISTRY OFFICE, Smo1!ett-^Set.-#y- ANTED, all kinds of Domestic Servr.ttiS ; ak^- Married Couples and Governesses. A^a?|^ggplicatiouB must have enclosed with iMffi- ^ (n;f§£^i|g^s,.^svorth of Btaraps for correspondence. ' ?'^S^^!'-' RS. BURTON'S. REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-street gilst ttgpw the Rose Hotel). 'WANTED, all kiQ^S u^^omestic Servants, Married Couples, s^ iG^g^fife%,,,&H couutry ' application...
VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE COUltT. Beechworth ? Tuesday, Match 17. COUNTY COURTS. Beechworth ? Wednesday, April 15. * Chi tain ? Tuesday, April 14 Wodonga ? Wednesday, March 11.. ELECTORAL REVISION COORTS. .Reechworth ... ... Tuesday, Feb. 11, ' ' Betbanga ? Wednesday, Feb. 19, ? Corryonur ? Saturday, Feb. 1. MitU Miftn ? Tuesday'. Feb. 4. Myrtleford ... ... Friday! Feb 14. Wocionga ? Thursday, Feb. (5. Yackandacdah ... Monday, Feb. 10. COURTS OP MINES. Beechworth ? Wednesday, April 15, ('hiltern ? Tuesriny, April 14. Wodocga ... ... Wednesday, March 11. PETTY SESSIONS, ? ?' Beechworth ? Daily Bethauga ... ... Every Wednesday . . - Corryong ... ... First Sat;, each month Ohiltern _ ... Every Monday, Wednes. day, and Friday Eldorado ? Every Wednesday Kiewa ... _ First Wed. each month y \ Mitta Mitta ? Every Tnesiay Myrtleford ... ... Every Friday Stanley ... .., Second an. ( fourth Tues day e&ek month * ? T&llangatta ? Every Wednesday Wodonga ? Evcoy Thursday Yackandand...
NEW AUSTRALIAN COMMUNISM. A LETTER FROM PARAGUAY. Colonia Nueya Australia, Paraguay, September 6,1895. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
HEW AUSTRAUAH GOMMUHISM. v '- '?£;?? A LETTER FROM PARAGUAY. '} .--, Colonia Nueya Australia, -.' -^ Paraguay, September 6, 1895. ?'[';-?: In this, the closing decade of the nine -,'J/:r teenth century, when the worship of the 'r-; '- 'almighty dollar' is well nigh supreme, \ . ' any attempt to get away from the con - ? ventionalities of modern civilised life must be of peculiar interest to all who realise that our social institutions 'are in a state of transition. So, having had an experi enoe which falls to the lot of few, it is a duty to humanity to relate my impressions and observations of the practical working1 ' of '? communism' in ' New Australia.' Just two years ago, as one of a motley orowd of adventurers, I sailed from the ' antipodes' for South America, with the idea of founding an earthly paradise, where want, competition and the vulgarities of this sordid age of commercialism were to be unknown, where crime was to be deprived of its object, and where all were to share a...
AN ANCIENT ART. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
AN ANCIENT ART. Ib is generally believed, by the simple and unlearned, that the art of advertising is of comparatively modern invention, but a very slight study of the subjsot will be sufficient to convince the inquirer that it is, in point of fact, one of the most anciont of all the civilised arts. Indeed, the first adver'isement was probably coeval with tie first man who had something to dispose of or with tha first woman who wanted.some thiDg she had not got. It seems not im possible that the serpent tempted Eve to partake of the apple by means cf a ' puff paragraph,' settiDg forth the merits of the fruit as a complexion beautifier. B* that as it may, the uses of advertisements were known, at a very early date, to the Israel ites, who wore accustomed to placard the streets of their cities with the utterances of kings and prophet?. The ancient Greeks, too, were much given to advertise meits, chiefly through the medium, of the town crier, who, however, was not permitted .. to offen...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Mr. Broomo, a London publisher of cheap music, says that Bal'Va ' Then you'll remember me' is now the most popuJar soug extant. It has left ' Home, eweeb homo' behiucl, but he ia confident that ere long the public will get back to their old favorite. ' The song that reached my heart,' by Jordan, added to tho popularity oT ' Home, swoefc homo,' which suggest od it. 'Tho banks of Allan 'W liter' haa tad a remarkable run cf late. .' 'adamo Paiey's cbath while ti -giug it touched fc'm i-yrnpathicB of thg public, and tho pala doubled,
BEECHWORTH LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
BEEGHWORTH LAMD BOARD. ^ * A localland board, presided over by Mr. E. T. ' I Brennan, district land officer, was held at the' I Beechworth land office on Friday last, when tho following applications were deals with :— SECTION 42. . Parish of Beethang — Applications of John Francis Huon and t-'eter Smith, 60 acres. — J. F. Huon refused ; Pe'er Smith recommended Parish of Wooragee.— James Thomson Arm Btrong, 20 acres, held by him formerly under section 65. — Recommended. SECTION 32. ' Parish of Bungil— Patrick M Grath, 50 acres,, ~ allotment 5, section 2 — Recommended __ I Pa' ish of Whorouly. — Thoa. Mates, 368 acres, ' 'I portion of allotment 168. — Recommended, sab« I ject to payment for improvements, if any. , » %| ' BLCTION 65, - - - I Parish of Beechworth.— Juliet E. BamblebOj I » 20 acres. — Recommended 'I Pariah of Bullioh.— Jas B. Walker, 20 acres.^— 1 Recommended. I SECTION 123. I Parish of Everton, —Robert Hargreaves, 30 I acres, adjomiDg hiB 32nd section leasehold.— -^Lm R...
VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. TENDERS FOR GRAZING LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. Tenders for Grazing Land. Tenders will be received by the Board ot Land and Works up to noon of Friday, 24th --*V January, for the occupation for grazing pur- . poses only of ihe following unappropriated pos- t ions of land : — » v- ? Grazing block No. 3841, 62 acres, allotment 5, y, ' section F, and land to east of and adjoining - , Baxter's freehold, and north of the township o£ ^- Boorgunyah, pariah Barnawartha North : Beech worth district. Grazing block No 6438, 2000 acres, being the land originally held by the O'Donnell family under section 32, bnt abandoned, allotmf n's 167, _ ' . 168, and 170, parish Whorouly, county Delatite : Beechworth district. i Grazing block No 6440, 4000 acres, being the - ' . Crown lands in the parish of Eurandelong, north of pastoral allotment A, county Delatite : Beech' worth district _ - - t Looal Land Boabd. Tbansfbb of Leases Regibtebbd at thb _ - Opfioh of Titles 1 , Fredk. Ordish, 670a, Thcwgla ; transferee, Georgina Col...
MODIFICATION OF PROCLAMATION. District of Cootamundry. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
MODIFICATION OF PROCLAMATION. District of Coot:imundry. Whereas special area No 12,284, county BInnd, parish Dinga Dingi, was procluimed on the I6th August, 3 890, under the provisions of the 18th sec.ion of the Crowu Landa Act of 1889, the maximum area available for conditional pur chase being 160 acres : And whereas it is now deemed expedient to increuso such maximum aiea to 2O8.J acres, under ihe provisions of the 18th section of the Crown Lnudn Act of 1889 : Such proelamntiou is modified ko that the maxi mum area available for residence) conditional purchase within the aforesnid apecial area shall be and iB- 208J acres, nod on conditional pur chasef) without residence the maximum (iron shall bn and ia 208 i- acres — such alteration to take effaefc from the date of publication in the Gazette of 11th Janutu-}'.
RESERVE FROM SALE OTHER THAN AUCTION SALE ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
RESEaVH FROM SALE OTHER THAN AUCTION SALE ONLY. Hh Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be notified that, in pursuac-co of the provisions of Ihe 39th section of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, the land hereunder deFcabed bhull bo and is hereby temporarily reserved and exempted from Bale other than auction sale only- : — District of Corowa, Within late leasehold area of Quat Qaatta hold ing No. 583, declared a resumed area 11th Juuuary, 1896, No 23.5U2. County Humo, parish Kentucky, area 4SJ acrcB.
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. Tbe undermentioned portions of Crown lands, conditionally purchased under the Crown Lands Acts, us well ps any conditional leases made in virtue thereof, and all rights attached % to such purchases or leases, are declared for- t feited, but such forfeiture' shall not take effect nntil the expiration of 30 clea? days after 8th January ? — ^ Henry Sargent, 160a, Munro Bank of Australasia, 320a, Mimosi ' - . j W. A. Bell and J. Y. Bell (transferred to tha A.J.S. Bank), 1*0 1, Wagra John Fogarty, 66a 2r, Cudjegong John N. Thomas, 803, Gundibindyal A. B. Cross, 160 a, Mulwala Patrick Lane, 320a. Mowabla ~ -- A. G White, 60a, Coolamon Mathew Sawyer, 100a, Ironhong Wm. Kennedy, 320a, do.