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

VICTORIA. On Monday afternoon Mr. Travis, the Secretary fjr Mines, received a telegram from the mining registiar at Omeo an nouncing another rich yield of gold at She*p Station Cr«rk. It was stated that the Highland Ohi f Conr,pany had crushed 36 tons o stone, which gave a re ??urn of 257oz. of gold, and ic is expect, d that the sand, when treated, will vield act additional 50oz. A daughter of Mr. W. Mu-ray, living at Wai wa Creek, met with a severe accident on Sunday evening. She was riding be hind her little brother on horseback, when she fell off and broke her arm. It was a bad fracture, the bone protruding through the Bkin. The little sufferer (aged about 10 or 11 years) was brought in to Eadon at 8 p.m , and the bone was successfully sat,, tbe little girl proving a very bravo patient. A shocking death by burning occurred at Cherokee on Sunday, the victim being au old man named Barbour. He was en deavoring to save one of his fences from destruction by a bush fire when it is Bup ...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A man named John Casey was admit- ? ted to the Adthide Hospital suffering: from injuries received in a fight at Port Adelaide, and has died. ' ~ A. stack of 1000 tons of mnllee wood caught fire on the Port Wak field wharf a d caused a tremendous blaze. Through the efforts of 60 workers the adjoining wheat stacks were saved. The work of securing a duplicate tele graph line to Western Australia is being; pushed on. At present, surveyors are engaged mapping out the route. Ifc ia expected that it will be six' weeks before the poles are on the ground. The task of erecting them w'i-1 be started without delay. A very important discovery of diamond* has beea made at Nallagine North ( W.A )?„' and is causing immense interest through out the colony. Several fine specimens-, have been brought in, and a late telegram' from Roebourne announces that a further parcel is on the way. A large area has been taken up, comprising the whole dis trict in which the diamonds have at present...

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

THE CARE OF LINEN. All householders should realise that it is a bad plan to let bad aud table lineo lie from year to year without boing used. It really will last longer from occasional washing, and will cer. tainly bo a nicer colour. Always have beat table linen that in not often used washed lo spring. If very yellow, cut up a pound of white eoap into three parts of milk; (ikim will the soap has dissolved place the clothes In and boil for a quarter of an hour. Then wash in soapsuds, and rinse in clear water twice, lastly In blue water. Those who possess a lawn or grass plot will do well to follow the Scotch f ishlon, and whiten the linen by rinsing it in soapsuds, and laying it on the grass for two o three days, damping it each day. Afterwards rinse in clear water thoroughly, and dry on the line. Clothes can be nicely bleached if left on the grass on frosty nights. Nothing -looks worse in an otherwise well regulated house than bad-colored linen, and we need never have it if the abov...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A SERMONETTE FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

A SERMONETTE FOR WIVES. 'We all know how some women, after a year or two of married life, get careless about their dress,' says a Jady novelist. 'They seem to think that their fortune is made, and it isn't necessary to arrange the hair becom ingly and put on a pretty gown just for their husbands. This is all wrong, and it is an error that arises from If z'neBP. Men like to see their wives look pretty just as much a? they did when they were sweethearts. Take a woman's advice, and if you can have but one attractive gown, let that be the one to wear indoors. Endeavour to have daintily arranged hair, and a neat and simple oostutm for breakfast. Gf- in largely for laces. A man ia very fond of frills ; bits of white abou the neck and wrists alvvaj s appeal strongly to him.' All this may seem small to you, but if It did not whilst you were courting, whv should It now ? If you want your husband to be still your lover, bo still the 'sweetheart,' and in the duties of housekeeper and mother, d...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME NICE DISHES FOR HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

. . . SOME NICE DISHES FOR HOT WEATHER. Housekeepers must be prepared for emer ' , ? gencies ; unexpected calls are often made upon ? _ her larder — and it sometimes happons thst 1 ?'' calls are made at a time when there not much to fall back upon— in the hot seaaoD, perhaps, I when to keep perishable food from one day to ?* ' another is a very diffisult matter, unless there - Is an ice ohest in the kitchen, which, by ihe. -, , way, I consider indispensable. la town, where ice is bo cheap, the careful and economical housekeeper knows full well the value of ice i and will not be without It ; butj In many . ' country places, it is not to be had. Perhaps, ; ; to both town and country housekeepers, a few ' ' '^ ' dishes may be acceptable that are quickly pre pared, and can be placed before an unexpected ' guest without making him feel that he has ar rived at an inconvenient time, and that hie coming has caused a great deal of trouble. I need not speak of omelettes. I will only eoy in pa...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PERCEPTIVE FACULTY IN WOMAN AND MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

THE PERCEPTIVE FACULTY IN WOMAN AND MAN. Iii perception, woman ia in general decidedly quicker than man. Sha reads a paragraph or book more quickly, and, knowledge of the 6ul j 2ct being equal, ehe grasps more of it. In perception of oij-cis abe grasps more quickly a number of wholes or groupB, and has a rapid unreasoned perception of relations which has the appaararco of intuition. Her perception of details, however, is lessacourate than mans and her rapid refarenoa of things to their proper classes extends only to matters of com. moa human experience. Ia perception tht sulj?c'.ive factor Is larger in woman, and she soee thingo more from the standpoint of her owa experience, wishes, nnd prejudices. Ever more than In man, whore feeling is strong oljttC.iva perception la blind. Hence women make poorer critics than men, and more rin'ely are they impartial judges. For the formation of ooncopte, especially tho more nbstr&pt tones, Sho thinks more in terms of Iho concrete and ind...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HARMONY AND CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

HARMONY AND CONTRAST. The following is a list of dolors that con trant and harmonise i — White contrasts with black and harmonises with grey. White contrasts with brown and harmonises with buff. White contrasts with blue and harmonises with eky blue. White contrasts with purple and harmonises with rose. White contrasts with green and harmonises with pea green. Cold greens contrast with crimson and bar monieo with olive. Cold greens contrast with purple and har monise with citrine. Gold greens contrast with while and har monise with blues. Cold greens contrast with pink and har monise with brown,' Cold greens oontraBt with gold and bar* monlae with black, Cold greens contrast with oraDgo and bar monies with grey. Warm greono oontir.oli vpUb CtiraEOQ Bud Waim greens contrast with maroon and harmonise with orange. Warm greens contrast with purple and harmonise with citrine. Warm greens contrast with purple and har monise with eky blue. Warm greens contrast with pink and har moniee with...

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

GOSSIP. The Qaeen (the World saye) will proceed to the Continent about the middle of March for six weeks. Her MejeBty had contemplated a visit to the Eastern Riviera, which has been for many years a favorite district with the Ejapre6s Frederick ; but it ia now probable that the Queen will go back to Cimlcz and aeain cccudv the Grand Hotel, where she was ao comfortable last year. Nothing is yat posi tively settled, but In any case the Qaeen will return to England through Germany, as she is to spend 10 days at Coburg on her way home It ia rumored (says an English paper) that the infant child of Prince Adolphus cf Teck has been pronounced blind for life. The Qaeen and the Duke of Westminster (the infant's grandfather) summoned specialists from far and near, but their verdict was that nothing could be done. No E)yal couple, ei' joy their summer holi day more thoroughly than the venerable King and Qaeen of Saxony, who early in June re pair with a email retinue of servants to Sibyilenorf,...

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THE HOUSE. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

THE HOUSE. USEFUL HINTS. ' - Dirty water will froth when shaken, while - , ?? -pare water will not. -,-i-* - Never wipe gilt frames or other gilding with ^ B linen clotb. It deadens the brightness. ? .* -- tine a feather brush for dusting them. '-'-' There Is nothing that so promptly cuts short -'- ' congestion of the luDgs, sore throat, or rheu - : matism as hot water when applied promptly and -thoroughly. « -* *' How to DaUct Watered Milk.— Take a - ' , polished knitting needle and dip It into a deep ' - ^Vessel full of milk, withdraw it immediately / ' -i -in- an upright position. Some of the fluid ^''l -will hang to the needle If the milk is pure, _ u- *'??'- but if water has been added, even in Email - T ' proportions, no milk will stick to it. ? .- Fresh paint-stains may be removed with ? ' - turpentine. Grease-stains can be removed ''? - with her zlne; if possible, the part should be i, '-: - -«? ihunnnnt.1v waahfld with water. Candle -? - grease can be cleaned from carpets o...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ARTIFICIALLY SCENTED FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

ARTIFICIALLY SCENTED FLOWERS. | 'Theroaroa great many dodges that tha. -f£. public nevce dream of in connection wiih tha ? enormous aale ot buttonholes p.nd bouq'\otB,'* aays a writer iu o borna paper. '' For instance^ wo often give a perfucao by nrtifioiol tne&no ta tho fljwera wo sell,' enid ono who \xnt\\ m^ 'M $ to0 Wwm k Uii'.i w# I'jijf ' '- ' \j)f London. ' The'greater number of doctored ( flowers are either those which are fading and ' «cff color,' or those which uanally bave no Ecent at all. la the caso of the former, the ' \ — flowers are daily dipped in a weak solution of . pal ammoniac, which for a time .revives them In the most marvellous way. Bat the chief doctoring is with the flayers which, bb a rule, have little or no Rce.nt. First of all, these ate put into a metal box with Jce, and then, by a -very simple process, they are subjected to a continuous current of carbocic acid charged ' with perfumes of the required variety. There h an Immense amount of profit...

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MAIDEN AUNTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

MAIDEN AUNTIES. There are those who remain single because they are faithful to some memory. One of the moat cheerful, unselnoh, and Christian womeit I ever knew, one who from her gentleness and beautiful expression had doubtleaa won many a heart, yet refused all comers. She eaid, ' I could not admit any one to the plaoe in my heart sacred to the memory of him I lost. 4 fell disease struck him down very suddenly* and I never forgot him. I am waiting, for I a'lall see him again.' Sha remained to be a great comfort to an aged parent, nnd felt that} □he fulfilled her mission in being a help to one whose infirmities only soonied to emphasise the claim of nature. Another whom I knew1 years ago had parted from her Bailor lov?« He wao lost at eea. Sho was faithful to hia memory. What an amount of Borrow patiently bo'ne was cariied in that one heart. Yet I ; have eeon her the moat active in any good work. She loved to be on the trot to benefit any one having trouble. The world owes much to t...

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

WAITRESSES IN BLOOMERS. San Fraccieco csrtainly lenda in pushing advanced ideas to the froat, say3 the San Fran* cisco Chronicle. It had its blooinor ballSj bloomer marriages, and now a bloomer reaUa rant has been opened in the vary business centre of the city. It ia the first cf its kind known in the world, but the style soon may become fashionable. The restaurant is at 411 Cilifornla-Btreet, near Sanspme, and though only just opened it has sprung into a lucrative business in a day. The idea was novel, and whether the trial would succumb to a severe froBt was the risk ol the proprietor of the new veuture. The ' Bloomer Cafe' is the name of 'the place, and four active, stout-built waiter girls, attired In the latest style bloomers, are the main attraction, though the place is new and neat and the bill of fare tempting. Tbe costume of tbe four up-to-date waitresses ia very much on the Zouava plan, especially the waist. Still it is a modest costume, and the girls have seemingly got us...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

His Man — ' No, mies, they didn't ccma direct from CMpting Hadruppe — I 'ad to fetch 'om frcm the fl irata,' Miss C.ishdown — ' And was there no meesajre V His Man — 'Well, miss, the (1 wist 'e said if the capting didn't bring eft' that there lich marriage soon, Vd sue for bis bill.' Mr. Brunlcor's invitation to the Com.' maudauts of the military forces of the other co'oaies to attend a conference in Sydney after the. Camden Encampment,,1 aims at giving practical effect to a recom mendation in Major-General Hutton'a ] 894 report. One section of that officer's observations on the military forces for that year dwelt on tbe necessity — spoken of as of the ' utmost urgency' — of re- arming the forces with a modern small bore rifltyand if the thing is to be done the occasion offers a favorable opportunity of arriving at a uniform arrangement with the other colonies in the matter. The importance of the forces of all the colonies being armed with the same weapon must be obvious without &am...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. Melbourne. January 15. Tallaw.— We quote :— Prime mutton £19 10s per ton, medium mutton £18 to £18 10s per ton, prime mixed £18 to £18 5s per ton, medium mixed £17 to £17 10s per ioD, inferior and faulty lots £15 to £16 per ton, tins and oddments £12 to £15 per ton. Sheepskins. — We carried through a large busi ness during the week, and have to report a steady market ar:d a brisk demand fcr all quali ties. We quote : — Bu'cber's pelts Is to 2s each, do spring Iambi' Is 6d to 2s 9d ; butchers' dry skins, average 33 6d to 5a, superior to 53 6d, spring lambs Is 4d to 23 4 1, pelts 91 to Is 6d Country Skins — Merino, good to superior 4 Jd to 5J}1 per lb ; crossbred, Rood to superior (fiae) 4J 1 to 6^1 per lb, do (coarse) 4§i to 5£1 per lb ; lull wools, heavy and inferior 3d to 4-1 peHb; peita, sound and well cared for 1 Jd to3J per lb, inferior and weevily i& to l£i per lb. Hides. — Business has been very brisk, and we have sold a Bold number at prices r...

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

PH/LLOXERA. A meeting cf the Viticuliural Bjard of Advice was held last week. Acting on the recommendations of the hoard, the Minister for Mines and A^ricalture, Mr. Sydney Smith, has decided thnfc where phylloxera has heon found in viueyards tjro quarantine ia not to be removed until six months after tbe vineyard has been treated by the department. A discussion, took place as to the advisability or importing a further quantity of phylloxera-resisting vine-cuttings irom France. Ir; was decided that further action in the matter should bo delayed pending ;he result of the plaiting of the stocks already growing at the Wapga experimental farm. The board has also under consideration lei ters from iho' vignerons in fbe Murray and Hunter Rivur didtric'a, drawing attention to the danger that ixiats with legftrd to the spread ot phylloxera by mean of £-rape cases reaching their districts from inffc^d aroae. Acting on the recommendations ot tho board, the Mi&i^ttr bas decided to issue...

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

DENIIIP?! L&ND OFFICE. On Thureday last there was considerable ex citement at the Deniliqnin Land fffice owing to there bsiug a number of valuable areas available for selection, unongtt them being many lots on the Den'liquin Commons, rangiug from' under 100 acres to 160 acres, and five lots on Calimo of 1280 acres each, Punctually at 10 o'clock there was a rush into the office, and it was soon crowded For some reason or another the land officer. Mr. L\ Eldershaw, again adopted tbe extraordinary action of a few months 8go, and within a couple of minutes he closed the door of the lands office against tbe public, at least smie of whom bad applications prepared and were desirous of submitting them, but were unable to do so ss they could not obtain admittance. Before the advent of the present land officer the practice was to take all applications within a reasonable time fiffer 10 o'clock as simultane ous, but the old crdor had buen reversed, and much diaaruat bns been espre&...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO.'LIMITKD. Melbourne, January 8. Sheepskins. — Our quotations are :— Butcher s green lamb sfeins to .33 each ; butcher's green pelts from Is 6d to 1b. 9d (a few lots realising higher figures) ; boiling-down and butchers dry. pelts, good from Is 31 to Is 6d (a few extra lots to higher prices), medium from 9d to Is, inferior 3d to'6d, and from, 2^1 'to 3d per 1b; best lots other sorts from 1.V5 to 2d rer 1b. HideE. — Qgt quotations are :— Butchers' green ox hides (light) 1-Jd to 2d per 1b; average 2d to 2-id, heavies 31 to 41, green cows ]fl to 2d ; Victoriau salted (heavy) 2J1 to 3-Jd per ib, extra heavy and stout p'eked hides realising up to 4Jtd, light salt 2H kip 21 to 2-^1 ; New Zealand up to 4Jd, calf skiuB, if free from cuts and light, 2-Jd, interior lots and heaviea from 2d to 2£1. Herns, Bones, Hair. — Large horns are selling up to 21s per 100, and small do up to 5s. BoneB, up to 403 per ton, and shanka from 33 to 5a per cwt. H...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The followiog is a summary of advertisements which appear for the first time in this issne : — Cootamundra Races 12th and 13th February ; Messrs. Bacon and Co. sell Baily Park 12th February ; gala at Rutherglen 27th- January ; Burr&ja races 21st January ; tenders for mining timber at Bethanga ; tenders for supplying sand atBethanga ; Messrs, E J Gorman and Co, sell Federal Hotel, Berrigan, 21st January ; tende'!1 for municipal works ; annual meeting of Corowa commoners 21st January ; annual m-eting of Albury Hospital 23rd January ; t ndern invited - . for hospital supplies ; election of trustees for Mechanics' Institute 30 h January; Messrs Ten Brink and Co. announce sale of town free holds on 25th January ; Mesar*. A, A. figgin and Co. hold Corowa market 28th January, and skin sale 25 January ; specjsV meeting of Ger manton P. and A, Society 2-lih January j Ger man banquet 20ih January ; Messrs. Campbell and Son hold horse sale to day ; Messrs; Young bus...

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LAND RUSH AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

LAND RUSH AT WAGCA. On Thursday morning laBt prior to the open ing of the office the immediate vicinity of the local land office presented an animated appear ance,' the reason for which was not difficult to ascertain, the keen demand for land for selection being the cause of the unwonted bustle and activity. The attraction on Thursday morning last waa an area of 1324J acres on Tootal ran, near The Rock, which was available for applica tion under the homestead selection principle, the area named being subdivided into four blocks (one of 364J acres and three of 320 acres each). For portion 16, of 364J acreB, no less than 27 applicants were in evidence, and on being bal lotted for, priority was obtained by Mr. 1). H. Pabst, of The Rock. Eleven applications were deposited for portion 51, of 320 acres, Mr Pat rick Maloney, of The Kock, being the successful applicant. Fourteen applications were lodged for portion 57, of 320 acres, but two applications being withdrawn before the ba'ilot wa...

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

Shipping, ? Ik /T ESSAGERIES MARITIME S. SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO AND PARIS. Steamera of 6500 tons, under pesyfi contract with tbe Frenah Government, calling at MEL BOURNE, Ai^IcA^^^LBiNY/JOLOMBO, ADEN, SUJft/aa^rT/C SAIL^will be des patched as fa j^ows : — Jj ff'/ V delnCl//Af;'-Muaehi-^/ni7^7 Jan. 3i £**-. 1 *? POLYNW^/IUHV^-''' /Fe//2R Feb. 29 it' A 2 AKHA.IF / BIO- **?&** It k4s| HI'I J .. Poydcnot '/A aMnTa*. 28 IMS 30 AUsTS&'LIEN Vimunt Mrll g-iqSqril 25 iffi. 27 Passage money, £25y'io £70, iuciut*^rg' table wines. /; Keturn tickets, avafeble for 9 or 12 months, at reduced rates, English spoken on board. Upon arrival at Marseilles, English mterpre ters meet the passengers for London and give them every assistance in landing and passing their luggage through the Customs, &c, and aleo accompany Ihsm to Paris and Calais For further part-cnlars apply at the Com pany's Offices, Q K-en's Corner, Pitt-street. E. BLAN0, Principal Agent. ATORSDEUTSC h'1Tb~l...

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