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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

VITAL STATISTICS. The Registrar-General's quarterly re port of the vital statistics for the colony of New South Wales shows that during the quarter ended 31st December, 1895, the registrations were aa follows, viz. : — Marriages, 2035; births, males 5109, females 4860— total 9969 ; deaths, males 2404, females 1728— total 4132. For the corresponding period of 1694 the returns were :— Ma-nages, 1843 ; births, 9792 ; deaths, 3674. The report for the year ended 31st December, 1895, shows that the registrations were as follows, viz. : — Marriages, 8036. Births— Males, 20,059 j females, 18,656; total, 38,715. Deaths —Males, 8773; females, 6241? total, 15,014. For 1894 the returns were— Marriages, 7652 ; births, 38,935 : deaths, 15,227.

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

FIRE AT WYALONO. An alarm of fire was raised afc Wya lorig, on 7th last., by the night watchman. The outbreak occurred at th* Miners' Rest Hotel, at the extrema western end of main street. The building, stock, and contents were entirely destroyed, the landlord narrowly escaping being burned to^daath, Several small dwelliDg-houses adjoining were, with their contents, des troyed. Mr. Watson and hia wife lost their all, and escaped in their night dresses, and Mrs. Bowes a^o lost nearly everything. A large crowd soon collected, and by judiciously pulling down several buildings the course of the conflagration was arrested. The little breeza that pre vailed fortunately blew the sparks to the north-west, the only quarter where no building stood. The hotel, which is the property of Mr. Gregson, was, with its contents, insured in the Atlas office for £440. None of the others were insured.

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

STRANGE ACCIDENT. A peculiar accident is reported by a Manawatu (N\Z) paper. The son of Mr. G. N. Mtsdhki, after watching gome shearers blowing a needle through a bamboo tube at some object on the wall, tried to emulate his elders. In drawing in hia breath the needle (of the darning species, and about three inches in lensth) was immediately sucked down the 'throat into the windpipe, and to all intents and purposes was swallowed, for no incon venience has since been experienced to the respiratory organs, and there has been no suffering whatever. Dr. Skermaa was called in, and is of opinion that should two or three days elapse without any symptoms manifesting themselves there will be no cause for any future treatment, the lad being apparently healthy and strong at the present time.

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LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

LAND SELECTION. A large number of selections were made in various parts of the colony on 9th ult. At Oampbelltown 11 homestead selections were applied for, at Murrurundi fq.nr, 9$ T.eRt.er^Jd' 3,0, at Wo.^a Wfl||* iburfat; Young one, at Coplamundra four, at Windsor three, and ab Dehiliquin 13. The total area selected in the 55honie stead selections mentioned was 11,754 acres. One settlement lease was taken up at Brewarrina, one at Grenfell, and two at Narrabri, the total area so selected being 13,912 acres. There are five other places from which advices have not yet been received. The total transactions of the day under homestead selection and settlement leases represent 59 holdings with an area of 25,667 acres, 477.5 acres were conditionally purchased. Up to the present time the area applied for under the Homestead Selection and Settlement Lpase Provision of the Crown Lands Acb of 1895 is 329,063 acres, comprised in 384 holdings.

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THE STORYTELLER. THE QUEEN OP THE SOUTH. CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued ) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

THE STORYTELLER, ' THE QUEEM OP THE SOHTHi CHAPTEiR XXVIIL (Continued ) Fitzhauton road wa? easily found. Ifc was one of the most fashionable and modern of that artistic district. The villa' itself fully answered Sarah Hopkin's fine descrip tion. It was built in the Italian style, and was a model of elegant and convenient architecture, had it remained in its native climate, with a burning sun to exo'ude in every direction. As it was, the inmates must occasionally have found it a little too shady, and the stately marble gallery before the house', must, in winter, have been deadly cold for a promenade. It seemed large enough for the reception of a very numerous family, and certainly the widow must either have contemplated a speedy increase to her own, or a much wider circle of acquaintance than she seemed to enjoy when she took it. There was an extensive lawn in front of the villa, surrounded by a richly-cultivated garden ground, a shrubbery, and some stately trees that agreeably secl...

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

v' i 7\ ^f\ f 1 Rffl IP 'F? SL Watches, Jewellery, 14' ^^&A.^%Jk^&JR^fk\^J9 Silver- plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (oPP. Railway station), SYDNEY. -' Watch fjT Repairs U jf i I Guaranteed' %Jf|!i !??? .^1 v/% Watch & m j| Repairs % WM Guaranteed . (\ km Xn II J #1 SB 3 Sl»ort-wina Keyless, 15/- ; extra quality, 20/ ? 'Silver Key or Keyless, Jewelle.1, 2/-/-. ; Stl-otii? | Silvar Lever, Jewelled', 2/10/-. ' Superior ICovlesa or Key English Lever, « 3/10/-, */ /? ; 1) md f. )? 'i rl 4/10/ , 5/ / , 0/ /- I T/-/', B/./-. All guar^ntLtd. ?: i§l| Solid Gold Chainai Single or Double, 3/-/-, 3/10/-, 4/-/-, 4/10/-, 6// loo. Solid Gold, 6/10/-, e/-/-, 0/10/-.-7/-/-, 8/./-,. 10/-/- Pure Silver, 10/-, 12/6, 15/-, 20/-. Ladles' Short-wind KeyleBS, 20/-. Silver Hunting KeyloBS, 2/-/-, 2/10/ 3/-/-. Solid Gold Keyless, 4/-/-, 5/-/-. Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. All guaranteed. 0 o. Solid Gold Unite, 16/6. 16 c. Gold Links. 32/6. Larger, 35/-. 2/-/-....

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. WEDNESDAY. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Wednefday. January 8. The Sydney Wool-selling Brokers' As sociation report that saleB were resumed at the Wool Exchange, Macquarie place, on Monday, a r 6th inst., and continued on the succeeding days as usual. The catalogue included a very la^ge number of small clips, a considerable proportion of which waB from the later shearing districts. The bulk of the snpply consisted of medium to inferior sorts of merino fleece, but a few superior samples, chitliy from the New England district, were also catalogued. For the latter competi tion waa very keen, and prices were firm at about the level of last year's closing rates. Medium and inferior descriptions opened very weak in tone, but after the first day's sales rapidly improved until the level of values exist ing at the time of our last report was again reached. Scoured wools, of which fair assort ments were offered, particularly when of medium to inferior quality, were leBS keenly competed for than greasy, and though ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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MURDER AT GOOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

MURDER AT COOLGARDIE. At daylight on Friday morning Oalleutu Ma« . hornet shot Tngh Mahomet while the latter waa at prayera at iho Afghan camp. Taeh Mahomet! was a member of the fi- m of Faiz and Tagh Mahomet, tho pioneer enmel men of West Aua« tral'a, and was very popular on. the fisld. De« ceased, who was 46 years of age, waa noted tot his liberality to tho hospital and other charitably institutions, and tho reason for tha erica 0 it) unknown. It iaauppQ'ed, however^ to bo tty} outcome of eam,o qW $u»r;\4, ^

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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RUTHERGLEN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

RUTHERGLEN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual moeting of the Kuthorglen and --*► District Horticultural Snoietv was held laBt week, when the following offim- bearers were elected for the enduing yeav : — President, Mr. Chas. O'Grady ; vice-presldente, Messrs. L E, Rjseubloom, R Turner, and T. II. Rsady ; treasurer, Mr. E J. Bnzza ; secretary, Mr. A. H. Thompson. The balanca sheet snowed n, small profit on last year's transactions. Tha date of thia vear's show was fixod for Wcdnes* day, 19, h February, and a committee waa appointed to draw up a prz i-list togethor ,'? with a programme of Brortfl. Ai the grapa harvest will at that time be in full swing, the ehow will doubtless prove a very attractive one. ? . .

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TOMPSON, MANNING & JEREMY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

TOMPSON, MANNING & JEREMY'S REPORT. Messrs. Tompson, Manning, and Jeremy re port having made the following sales : — Aceounb P. Hann, Wag^a, 51 cows ; account Mies Lintott, Cunoingdroo, 30 prime fat bullocks ; account J. C. Baker, Uranquinty, 790 fat sheep, 20 fat bullockB ; account James Irving, Gumly, 20 head fat bullocks ; account Mrs. Murray, Munda . wadera, 20 head fat bullocks j account B. Page, Yerong Creek, a draft of 8 horses ; account Jus Miller, Wagga, 25 head of horses ; account Con nick and Ware, Queensland, (in con junction with It. J. Mitchell and Oj,), 103 store cows ; account Gid Watson, ForeBt Hill, 18 piga ; account Mra Breed, Yerong Cceek, 20 pigs ; account L, Con way, Wagga, 18 head mixed cattle ; account J Doolan, Wagga, 10 head mixed cattle ; account R. J. Hillaton, W gt*a, 22 head mixed cattle ; acount Frank Fitzmaurice, Gumly, 10 head mixed cattle ; account H, J. Rob-irts, Tarcutta, 13 bead fat cattle j account W. Halden, Cnrra warna, 100 fat lambs ;...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. TUESDAY, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

MELBOURNE MARKET. Tuesday, January 14, Fat Sheep.— 21,000 yarded. Prime croBS bied wethers, from 8-i 6i to 9s ; extra, to 10s 6d ; good crosabred wethers from 63 9 1 to 7a 6i ; prime crossbred eweB, from 6s 3d to 7a, a few extra to 8a ; good crossbred ewes, from 5b 6d to 6»; best merino wethera, from 6s to 7a 6d ; second and lighter do,, from 4a 6d to 5s 6d ; inferior from 33 ; prime merino ewes, from 4s 6d to 5s 6d ; second do. from 3a 6d to 4a ; inferior, from 23. Fat Lambs. — 10,000 were penned. Tae market waa very depressed. A few prime shorn lambs barely maintained late rites, but middling inferior descriptiona, of which the bulk of the supply consisted, were almost unsaleable. Prime sold at from 6s to 7a 6d, a few extra 93, aacond 'from 4a 6d to 5s 9J, prime (shorn) 4s 9d to 5s 6d, extra (a'lorn) to 6s 6d, second (shorn) from 4s to 4a 6d, small and inferior from la. Wednesday, January 7. Fat Cattle. — One thousand six hundred yarded, comprising 100 from New South Wales, 900 fr...

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SYDNEY MARKET. TUESDAY, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

SYDNEY MARKET. Tuesday, January 14. At .the Homebuah fat stock sales yesterday 19,883 Bheeo were penned. Extra prime lots of wethers made to 8a 2d ; prime, 6s 9i to 7s Gd ; good, 6s to 63 Gd ; medium, 43 Gd to 5s 6d ; others from 43 2d. Extra prime drafts of eweB made to 6a 10J; a faw orosBbreds, 7s 5J ; good merinos, 4j 9i to 5a 3d ; medium, 4a to 4a 6J ; othera frcm 3s 3d. Lambs were in medarate supply and good demand, prices showing no material alteration on last day's rates, 1516 cattle were yarded, the bulk being of fair to good quality, notblnq very piimo bfjing forward, Bent heavy yftrd.8 of bujjooks rjjndo ^ £§ ia8 j good, £5 5a to £5 15a ; medium, £4 5a to £4 15a ; others from £3 10a. Beat pens of cows made to £4 16a ; odd beasts, to £5 Ca ; good pens £3 159 to £4 ; medium, £3 to £3 10 ; others from £2 10.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

BRITISH AMD FOREIGN. ' ' - The absolutely moat valuable stamp in the world, gays a philatelist, i9 the one ' - cent magenta stamp of British G-uiana dated 1850. There ia only one copy in , - ? existence, and it will cost you £1000 if you are demented enough to desire to '' purchase it. '.}' \-'~ It is interesting just now to recall the ? . - ' fact that Mr. W. E. H. Lecky was never ^--'V: io his young days expected to enrich our -',.'. iistjrical litera'ure. His remarkable -; '' , -promise as an orator caused him to be P'. looked on by his fellow- students at ' - - Trinity College,. Dublin, as a future poli ? - '» 'tician. ?*,''' A report cornea from Romans, in the ♦department of the Drome, to the effect r , , -that a horrible murder, attended by 'frightful mutilation of the corpse, has 'just been brought to Tght there by the (discovery of the body of an unknown i' ' ' .'woman in the Parmane Wood. The corpse, ^ ' - *which had beon much mutilated, presen ted a sickening appearance. A...

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

HEAD OFFICE— LONDON. ,~ INCORPOKA.TED 10th MAY, 1894. CAPITAL AUTHORISED 'gf ? £3,900,000. LIBBEAL CASJfC 4iDlpffNCE# feftT WOOL, GBAIN, &c AUGTIOM SALES OF #&fl IWSfiiURSOAYvlHD .8i|WAY THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. All Proceeds of Produce Paid intq|a Consignmett%y$i^J&3count, out °f which^Owners are Paid. All consignments of Wool (irrespective of size) tevSefnlly valued before/lpe, and protected up to full market value. The ComS , pany act strictly as selling brokers and do jafet buy or sell on their/t|Wn account. One Month's Free Storage on Grain. General Manager tor Australia, DAYp) ELDER. Insj&Stor Pastoral Properties, WILLIAM OLIVER , . *~& /.f WILLIAM EADES, Manager. Sole Agents in Australia for M'Dougall's Sheep Dip. Agents for Cooper's Dipping Powder. wool & grain warehouses: SOUTH KENSINGTON. I OFFIOES: COLLINS STREET W., MELBOURNE. AND ISEIOlliOiKff LIFTED, WOOL ? - ..$ GRAIN ^K*?*' SHEEPSKIN§ LEATHER . ' ' ' ' TALWW FURRED SKINS '...

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

' Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and also the Centennial Gold Medal, for the Best ; J Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. Wool coming toy Train to Narandera and Gorowa Railway Stations will be taken delivery of and vedeliveved at said Railway Stations FREE OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE. ? 'i ? - Trade ^ddresseSa TGRBE1PIELD Aloo at WODONGA, opposite Baiabriok's Hotel. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, BAIL INGS, TABLETS, &c, ERECTED in Oemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cnt, and general repairs done. Designs and Estimates ? ?-- free of charge. | ^ H U SVpf'F C^N DRY ; — ' T^NGINBEsfe^^5ht^^^femaker8?.and frl Engine-smrfna. Sawmiltf*3Bwiffiffi0Qfj and '. -. Agricultural Machinery. Contractors supplied ? ? with Girders, Columns, Verandah, Castings, &c, '''.', Horseworks in otook. CHAELES LAMPITT, *; - , Manager HELM BEOS., GENERAL BUpHiS & CUGGY BUILDERS, TO^^EjB'V-STREET, ALBURY, (N^^bkohn,E. Roberts & Co.) - *? '^^yt^'i' A LARGE STOCK of New and Second-hand...

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

grofesgioaal BToticea. CHEftiSST, TOWHSEND-STREET. | THE ALBURY j| I f HEST iORDUL I §4 ' — FOR — £gf |§ Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, p g Croup, Whooping Cpugh, || Ml and all pulmonary aireetions. rgt ?~~« Lr~~^ ---5 IUIIIIll!lll!l!!lli::i!!;i[i;!lil;i!i|[:!l-!l!!!!;!llli:m!n!l);!:l]l!ll!li|]lll!!!llll!!l!!!llll 5-S |^ DOSE.—gr^e Tcnspoonful every three or |H| ?3j; four-%\ji;s, and las for Children. |Sf ^f in ii i i r y i ii i ii n ii ini'ii nun iii ii El 3? :f ,►' i' e» / ri d'; vly dy H-4 3 AJefjk Pillf YaIIN, M.P.S. I 3 ^JhanL^Evr /oal chemist, Q f|] t'$v ALBLT;/, N.S.W. 3 The aS^ye iuJSe isD pi'p-.r;tion e/er offered to the pn&iq-$tid is- &coniaieu'lnr' by all who have tried ^re^ Pri^e l&^&t,) post me 23. 6d. in stamps, ^V--*' ? '-jSSJS&j^t - ?-?-?-'.?.-;.. ^-. fREGISTERED. \ To be obtained also of FRANCIS LONG M ORE, Chemist, Bourke-street East, near Russell street, Melbourne. Pharmaceutical Chemist, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, B...

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

'.j / '-__ ? Provisions, &c» D on't fail to road this to the end ; R efleot I 'tis written by a friend. M. )$] ho grieves to pp^our eare-woW faces, fa nd at your ~servico^.5}ly plafltpff Unfailip&aid, th^-sha}fdispel^ Q rinj^care from thps^vho ra ?fk him well£i \\ ere'wStbund hf-^Iess nor? .ewife paus§' / S bme JopC* t&t^'J^Jiv(''/B laws. J S B e sure all things were,* jeant to rif^'j A nd obtaining help is Jr^ly wise. I#v ft now then ; all sad f^ld woman-kind, I f you'd enjoy a tran^tul mind 5 ft ever depressed by sodden ed bread'; Q nawed at in wrath by him you've wed. p ies, hard as dishes they've been made in ; 0 r cakes like brittle jars of Leyden. VK hy ; read the initials of this rhyme ; * ;! ' Q rive to the store, whate'er the time, ... C 1: E nquire for powder, DR. WAUGH'S, --, I R eturn, and bake/and save your jaws. Wa have been appointed Solo Agents for the I FAftffVbs j ' ! THE KST '^ftUE TP^/ IN I Ml AWSrSALI^ ; Please apply at once for*/ Packet,...

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

Directors : ? E.P. MITCHELL, Esq., ' Chairman. - | SALA.THIEL BOOTH, | E,q. . \ I WILLIAM CAIN, Esq. E Hon.KPITZGEEALD, t M.L.C. ' | A. W. ROBERTSON, : Esq. ' '?; r Hon. EENRY MOST, [ M.L.C. | |i^C©]®^^^^^^^TO!if#« A MD CO0PEK' - ' ^ CJ^^^M h ^7^^^^SM^^^^A^W^^^M Secretary: will r^r ^tmwX^^^^^^^MMMmm chaS. w^om,- ^ . ' y MELBOU,. Cj WO&L WAREHoWjl AND HEAD-' *~0E. , J %, B^SJJlllilpMtSiyjJ iiiln ^ ^Jil jijj*^./4 i^(i ill ilU JiU Uj viva JiLiL _j II d U £f J LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES made on Erring Clip of WOOL aad on STATION SECURITIES. REGULAR MJCTiON SALES Of WOOL,jJ#AIN, HiDES, SKIMS, TALLOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE. - . ?' * Proceeds of Sales held in Trust and used specially for payments-to clients. Returns rendered with promptness. All Consignments protected by the '? v Valuations of the Company's Experts prior to sale, thus guaranteeing the realisation of Full Markob Value. The Company confines its - Business STRIOILY to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY. NO CARTAGE CHARCED ON CONSIGN...

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OMEO GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

OMEO GOLDHELD. 1 The gold yield for. the Omoo division f-r the quarter ending Dec amber last ifc 7l94oz., of which 45l5oz. came from the Glen Wills field. This. is the greatest production yet recorded here. The total yield for the year ia 19,73Soa , as agamst 18»894.o?i, on the year's {jrodugftoo \a '

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NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. De Courcy Browne, formerly a member of the N.S.W. Parliament, is said to have a chance of being returned for Coolgardie at the next elections in Westralia. The body of Harry M'Intyre, a well known resident of Kimma (Q ), has been found in a billabong of the Diamantina, with the throat cut and an open razor lyiDg close by. Misses Nisbett and Kingsmill, who are leaving Hobart to join the China missions, were bidden an affectionate farewell by the Young Women's Christian Associa tion on Monday. Gruesome accounts are to band from some of the Wilcannia stations that there is hardly any feed, and stock are perishing for want of nourishment. Rabbits are . dying in thousands. The Taviuni has arrived- from the islands, and reports that at Samoa on Christmas Day an earthquake was felt, the most severe yet experienced in the memory of the residents there. The youngest and most successful Aus tralian actor manager is Mr. Alf. Woods, of Her Majesty's Theatre, Sydn...

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