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CROWN LANDS PROCLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

CROWN~LANDS PROCLAIMED. In puisuitrtca o[ Uiu pv-'-vitiions of '-li;1. -I Blh aeo tion of tho (Jrowa Lauds Act of 188:^ the follow ing portion tu bo Crown lands is pracli.imed Jior the purposes of the Crown Lands Acts, and such portion is hereby added to the Brjicent land within the Mimosa leasehold area ftu. 5' 2, Cen tral Division, and, subject to the provisions of section 32 of the Crown Land3 Act of 1889, i8 included in the pastoral lease thereof :— District of Wagga. County Bourke, parish Robertson. Portion 12 of 80 acres.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

SETTLTSMKNT LEASES AVAILABLE. The undermentioned farms will be available for settlement lease on and after 20th February : — District of Warren. County Oxley, pariah Nevertire. Por. 22, 2560a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £3200 ; aanual rent at 1 J per cent , £40 ; survey fee, £18 15a Por, 27, 2560a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £288 ) ; annual rent, £36 ; survey fee, £18 15s Pora. £8, 29, 30, 2560a each ; improvements nil ; capital value, £2560 each j annual rent, £32 each ; survey fee, £18 15s each. County Oxley, parif-h Curtis. Pof. 39, 2388.1 ; improvements nil ; capit.il value, £2935 ; annual rent, £37 6s 33 j survey fee, £18 5s.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWN LANDS PROCLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

CBOWN LANDS PROCLAIMED. The following portions are proclaimed to be Crowa landa for the purposes of the Crown Linda Acts, and such portions are hereby added to the adj^cdut land within the B.'irrawang leasehold area No 498, Central Division, and subject to the provisions of section 32 of the Ciown Lands Act of 1889, are included in the p.tstoral lease thereof : — District of Condoboliu. Parish Bore worn beuia, county Cunningham, Por. 42, 92 acres. Parish Kara, county Cunningham. Por. 4, 400 acres. Parish Mulguthrie, county Cunningham. Por. 14, 40 acres Par. 39, 200 acres Per, 1', 97 acres Por. 41, 60 acres Por. 16, 166 acres Por. 42, 5 acres Por. 27, 50 acres Por. 43 40 acres Por. 28, 50 acres Por. 44, 125 acres. Por, 29, 50 acres District of Forbes. Parish Burrawong, county Cunningham, Por. 89, 320 acres Por. 98, 320 acres. Por. 90, 320 ncres Pariah Corridgery, county Cunningham. Por, 3, 40 acres Por. 22, 270 acres Por. 4, 40 acres Por. 24, 100 acres Por. 7, 80 uore3 Por. 26, 610 a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTIFICATION OF RESUMPTION OF LANDS FOR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

NOTIFICATION OF RESUMPTION OF LANDS FOR ROADS. The lands required for roads, and embraced within the holdings particularised below, are resumed under the 42nd section of the Act 53 Victoria No. 21:— District of Coonamble. Dalgety and Co. Limited (lessees), 34.388a, parish Gutnia, countv Go wen ; parish Wambe long, count? Leicbhnrdt,- urea resumed. 47a 2r Dalgety and Co Limited (lessees), 100s, parish Gumin, county Gowen j area resumed, 3a 2r Vincent Dowliog, 188a lr, parKh Gumin, county ivovren ; area resumed, 7.i Ciiy Back, 40 *, parish Gumin, coun'y Gowen ; area returned, la 2r lOp City Bank, 40a, parish Gumin, connty Gowen ; area resumed, la 2r lOp City fittuk, 4i)i, parish Gumin, county Gowen ; area resumed. 2a lr 30 p Vincent Do.yliug, 250a 3r, parish Gumin, county Gowen ; area resumad. 13.t lr Vincsnt Dowiing, 160a, parish Gumin, county Gowen ; area resumed, 2i 2c G Rouse, 197a, parish Wambelong, county Leichbardt ; area resumed, 15a 2r G. Rouse, 40i, pariah Wambelong, county ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. It is notified, for general information, Ih^t His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to revoke, under the provisions of the 39th Fectioh of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, the following tempo rary restrves, the land not to be Eold till &f ter the expiration of 60 days from 11th January : — District of Corowa. Within late leasehold area of Quat.Qiatta hold ing No. 583, declared a resumed area' 11th January, 1896. Water reserve 1475 from sale, notified 10th December, 1875 County Hume, parish Ken tucky, area 10 acres. Reserve from ssle 2445 for public school site, notified 14ch June, 1880. County Hume, parish Kentucky, area about 39 acreB 2 roods 5 perches. District of Deniliquin. Wilhin resumed area of Wanganella holding No, 695. Part of water reserve 759, notified 7ch March, 1870. County To^nsend, parish Conargo, area 20 acres. Part of water reserve 759, noffi^d 7 .b. March, 1870. County Townsetid...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

1 There's money in it'! £ojfj ecuh-iic in a, Packet (M The M . f 1€H f! Mil j J ti Cy 1 1 -, v Gigareltes.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

Toe wife of Mr. Phillip Stautiape, M P., is said to possess the finest pearl necklace in (ireat Britain. According to gossip current at the ti'ije, ifc was on, or over, a carpet valued at about, £20 that Gilbert and Sullivan dissolved a. partnership that for over a decade brought each of them in not less than. £3000 a year. $ SORE EYES ! ! Beyond dou£t MORRIS'S IMPEKIA.L^YE^SMENT,^still the safest,' speedus: £fc|u b|pv remedy Vt exi^nGfy^Jl&r^^^-^ over fifty J^&rs it ^FworkecJpieally D^Svefl^M***4^ cures in ©fae colorfteiffjas teStimonis^Tyill show Emy Jpu^hold is^dvijsa to keepV^isupply alwayspa ba^^^a tmmsaiatJSi apply , ft ?\vben, weal^eEs.or soreness isJslt thi'vu^J^dust, heat, flies, exposure to beatypr cold, excessive reading oc writing, &2., and raws save further trouble and expanse. Avoid s.Winv.i?.t\'ia3 aud substitutes, i filled in placo of ihin vuluavle Oiniment. liEwins? stood the severest test of -i,-ne, ro fsroi y c»n kffittd to bo without it. S...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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FIVE LIONS AT ONCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

FIVE LIONS AT ONCE. ; * ' ' % It was a great day for Captain Mellia ,' - §P when he shot five lions in one afternoon, fr or, rather, in one half-honr. It was in f^ Somaliisnd. He had been out for the \ if; forenoon, and both be and hi3 pony were - m-l pretty well fatigued ; but when some one ,||L brought word of several lions out on the ' fir plain, about eight miles away, there was no ^ £' resisting the temptation. Off he went with v - ft two Somalis, and at last, when his pony -'?*?' had 'no more canter in him,' they came in riight of some hor3emen who had been keeping watch of the game until the Englishman should arrive. Captain Mellis jumped to tha ground, handed his pony to one of his men, crammed - his pockets with cartridges, and ran towards a pair of lionesses which were walking calmly through the grass. Meanwhile he was in a fever of excitement, for the nearer Somalia were shouting, ' Five Hops ! Five lions I' In the huater's own words, it was a ' dream of bliss.' ' ; Not t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A QUEER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

A QUEER STORY, : Several gentleman sat in the corridor of the Hotel Cadillac one evening, and over their- cigars told things queer and terribly. One of the latter was of a strange tragedy which occurred in Northumberland-street, London, some thirty-three years ago. The narrator was in the English capital at the time, and remembered that it was the nine days horror of Europe. The story was as iollows .— 1 Major William Murray, a gentleman ot position and fortune, a brave soldier, and an influential director in several strong* companies, set out one crisp April morning to walk down to the city, after breakfasting .heartily at his club in Pall Mall, in order to attend a meeting of directors. He was a bachelor, and iu appearance a model of the retired military officer, ereot in carri age, trim in dress, with a sweeping mous tache, waxed at the ends. His habits were well known, and he was highly popular at the military clubs of which he was a member. He was walking down the Strand and at...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

A ROAD RAGE. By Luke Shaep. He was generally called Old Seudamore, bat the adjective was put there not on ao count of hia advanced years, 'bat probably beoause his temper was so bad. It was true that Soudamore had a daughter 19 years of age, bub a man may still be in the prime of life and possess such a luxury. Old Scudamore made things lively where ever he was, and the people of his neigh borhood were usually afraid of him. 'When the bicycle came to its present state of per fection, pneumatic tyres, and all the rest of it, Old Scudamore Invested in one. He Boon became as fleet as any wheelman of Ms age. It was said thnt Old Scudamore did not ride the bicycle for the pleasure of it, but merely because his machine allowed him to get over his estate swiftly and silently. Silence and speed were said to be the great attraction the bicycle had for Scudamore, because he could drop down suddenly upon any group of workmen on his place and find instantly whether they were attending to the bu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

—__lttfltffirtf *? . ? i i I n ? ? If -' ? i^*v Tst---^- X^ont ujwear, ;|| FrT^^e^X ©ori't stop out I It 9 jtS^f'&Y ' lateJaisht ]! . | and that compenJates them1 for Jgg%. everything.

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

A GIFT POETEAIT. THE ' CKOWN STJTDIOS. A GIET POBTEAIT. , Send us your photograT'Vbr that of npy friend ?whose memory you cbtrL jsii. We will Ife-produco from it a veiy beautify &d HIGHLYJEHNISHED PERMANENT EN'jAEGEMBN r, Jfqualling a Bick. Steel-plate 3jT graying, in. Moj-gchrome, for Skilfully {hii8he4''by'cmi owiif .tists in blafo and white, handsomely mounted to an IiidianV**?11 plate-«unk mount, ineasui J 20 x 15 inches/-^, equalling in o\ eiy way pic' res now being supplied ? m Sydney foi £i 2s tacf J . ;. We are doinij this \f \l means of advertisement, and oonsidei it AN Jf pOLTJl'I! GIFT. For COUNTRY PATRONS, we will send it CAREPITT/LY PACKED and CARRIAGE PAID i?-*» f anO a in Australia for Is. 2d. j total 6si 8d. * '.?'?' Jf ^ Reprint from S.M. Herald. ~'\^^'^he public of Sydney know full well tho'N tignitude of this business, but for the/ urance of Country residents it is urf* jbitatingly asserted tliat this is a t-'iJ!le taWished and responsible firm,' '?*tJ S.M...

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

Gained in Strength ' READ WHAT ? . . . Ayer's Sarsaparilla did for the Invalid Daxiglitor of a Proino incut Lowell Tradesman. 'My daughter had for a long time been troubled with violent headaches and sleep lessness. She was pale, had no appetite, and was losing flesh rapidly. She took various remedies for her trouble, but re~ ceived no benefit until she commenced using \ --£-# ; JW Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking half a bottle, she began -to feel better. By a con tinued use of this medicine, h«sr appetite re turned, her cheeks began to nil ouf and show color, she gained in strength, her headaches disappeared, she slept better, and now says eauLmii«miLlui.vi»..usi..i.iu,,|.u.i.H. ,,r.,._,i ? ,;„'... ^m r||r|TT| nmM Hfrs Cured Others, Will gjjreYow

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

WATCHMAKER/JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, XMAS PRESENTS. New Year Gifts. A T 3R TYTP- V XMAS' PRESENTS. *£i,X-Cp- U Jrl- JC o New Year Gifts. WATCHES, P^LD/ iD SSLVF , Silver Rotberarn-T sglish ;Wers, £jr J, Silver American * l alcha' f Levers- ' 3a. Ladies' and Gent' f Gil{i «, 'id Si'-^-t Jains Wedding Kings/' fd&2eepfA£L~.dm £ tf. to £2, Gold, EngageT^jytj ''and Gent's ^ /uVgs, from 123 to £15 - £ Gold Bar Broophe3, all the latest' coigns, from 7s. 6d. eich. ? '- $-£ The largest stock infeffibury to choose fro/:Ji.# Ladies' Gold Watche0, from £5 Gent's Gold Watches, from £8 ^pbffii 2 Ohronogro' U3 for racing purposes, _^ fiym£5 '/ Spe/^aclea and G^/gha.'to suit all sights Dfj .monda or/^lher f^ones reset and re „?/ IU0Ur-*2d* ^.,.; ;^ ^X*~t£itng Rings' and\ fcepeirs made to order on the snortest n' -ice — ,V— Gold Bought in any quantity. Engagement Rings set with Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires. Jj/hy .Articles sent per ?-* post free At my risk. Repairs of every description ...

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FORBES WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

FORBES WATgR SUPPLY. Complaints are general at Forbes con from the street mains. Persons in the town, cannofc get baths in the mornings. The fault lies in the mams being too small. The pumps are going almost day , . ? ? arid night, but the drain, is greater than the supply, and consequently the supply is irregular and unsatisfactory. Already water is.being cut off from the premises of all persons in arrears. It is feared that the railway supply will have to be cut off in consequence of the whole of the present supply being urgently re quired for domestic purposes. This step will ba reluctantly taken by the council, since the Railway Commissioners are large consumers and among the council's best customers. It would cost aboat £1000 to lay a large 9in. main from the reser voir to the town, and this would give a * good supply for all persons at present on the various lines of reticulation.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STORM AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

STORM AT tOGUMWAL I A Tocumwal telegram says : — 'The ;. §i most violent storm that has occurred here ' 11 within the memory of the oldest inbabi- . || tants broke over the town and district '.E last Thursday evening about 8 o'clock, g and lasted for an hour, during which time jf the wind blew with hurricane force, up- 'B rooting immense gum and box trees and 'm scattering them in all directions. Others, which withstood the storm, were stripped of their branches. Considerable damage ' was done to the buildings, a portion of the roof of Tattersall's Hotel being blown ' off. The dust; which accompanied the wind was so thick that it was impossible to see across the street. Persons who were out driving had to stop, their horses refusing to face it. After the subsidence of the dtorm a.hea?y shower of rain fell.'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLLUTING THE BOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

POLLUTING THE BOCAN. . Jules Ernest Joubert, of Bee-tree, near Hyngan, was on Friday called upon before Mr. Justice Cohen to show cause why he should not be committed to Daiiinghurst Gaol for contempt in not obeying an order of the Supreme Court restraining him from polluting the Bogan River by allow ing water used at his woolscouring works to fliw into the river. Joubert asserted that he had not wilfully disobeyed the order of the Court, but that a heavy thunderstorm had broken the embank ment of hia reservoir, and caused, the water from it to flow into the river. To prevent pollution he had dammed this water back in the river, and even pnmped it in to a 60-aore paddock. As affidavits were produced stating thai Joubert had polluted the stream on other occasions, the matter was postponed for a week to enable him to reply to them.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR GEO. DIBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

SIR GSO. D1BBS. A Sydney correspondent writes : — ' It is sta'.ed that the Premier ha* endeavored to persuade Sir George Dibbs to accept the Agent-Generalship. A 1 hough they have been politically enemies, personally they are strong friends, and I am certain that there is no one for whom he enter tains a sincerer friendship or a deeper respect. He thick? Sir George ia the best man who could be picked to repre sent the colony in England, and I hardly thiuk he ia wrong. Sir George, however, ha* been in London, and has a tolerably good idea of what it costs to live there He thinks dG2000 a year is not enough, and he is quite right. Any man who knowi anyhing of how much it takes for a man, who is a semi-ambassador, to live up to his office knows perfectly well that £2000 does not go a very long way in Loudon.'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGING FERRY TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

- FORGING FERRY TICKETS. At the Water Police Court on the 9fch inst. Arthur Deacon was. charged with having utterad forged tickets of the North Shore Ferry Company. Mr. Ral ston, who prosecuted, showed that an. extraordinary system of forgery had been going on for a long fime. Some time ago the attention of the company was called to the fact that the number of tickets registered at turnstiles exceeded the num ber issued by the company..'. In 1893 the excess amounted to 10,000, in 1894 it rose to 50,000, and last year it reached a grand total of 290 000. At the time of his arrest accused was selling tickets with a till in front of him containing genuine tickets, while near by and within, reach of his band were between £6 and £4t worth of forged tickets. After evidence I had been given the case was adjourned.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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