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

To Cuke Skin Diseases —Sulpholioe lotion quickly drives away Eruptions, Pimple?, Blotches, KedneBB, Eczema, Acne, Dis6gnrernent, Roagh« ness and Scurf, &c leaving a. clear, epotlesa 8kiu and beautiful CompJeidon. Sulpholine ig a nficesnity for tho Skin, enpocially in hot cli mates. Made in J,OJHiotl( Sold everywhere^ [AyvT.l

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

PREVENTING CATTLE FENCE-BREAKING. The hon. sec. of thev Cherry Garden Farmers' ' Bureau (S. A.) reported that they had bad ' - some little trouble in preventing the Ayrshire ' bull belonging to the Branch from breaking through the fences, but they had now preven ted him doing this by, the adoption in a modi fied form of an idea noticed by him in a. \ newspaper. A ring has been put in the bull's noae, and one in each born where it will not - hurt him. Then two Hght tough pieces ofc wood (old axe handles are very suitable) wl:h- holes bored through near each end are fastened to the nose ring at one end, and the other end of each is fastened to the ring in the horno^ split rings or links being used for this purpose* Directly the animal got his head against the fence, the pressure hurt his noae, and caused v him to desiet, and very soon cured him of attempting to get through the fence. It did not in any way interfere with the animal serv ing cowa, as yokes do.

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

INTERESTING TO HORSE BREEDERS. Rscent researches into the records of births of 16,000 foals show that 97 colts are born foe every 100 fillies ; that up to the third month of gestation the foetus is sexless ; that the sex ia determined liy the bodily condition of tho mother in the fourth and fifth innolh ; that if the mare, and therefore the fco us. be welt nourished, the sex is most likely to be female. The age of the stallion seems to have no effect on the sex of the foal, but an old mare, being less stronger than a young one, is likely to drop a colt. Summed up the fads seem to mean — healthy mares in their prime with abundant food will moat likely drop fillius j old or ill-fed ov unhealthy marcs will moat likely drop colts.

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

TERRIBLE TWEDY. A STATION MANAGEE SHOT. A terrible tragedy wa? enacted on Saturday at Groo'agong, at the residence of Mr. E. C. Elms, Nanima Station. Mr. Elms, his wife, and children were seated at the breakfast table, when Herbert; West, Mrs. Elms's brother, entered the room and without any warning shot Mr. Elms dead before his wife and children. The assailant then calmly walked out of the Tiouse to a haystack where a number of men were working, and told them that he had shot Mr. Elms. West haa for some time past been very eccentric iti his habits, and has lived tho life of a hermit; in a hut away in the bush. Mr. Elins leaves a widow and two children. Na nima Station was the property of the late Major We^t, who bequeathed it to four of his relatives, and it has been managed in their bebalf by the executors under his will. One of the legatees was the alleged murderer. Eecently Mr. Elms was selec ted by the executors to manage the station, and it is supposed that West was incensed a...

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

And Most I I Because ao' erocdlly effective. Sold thtoonliou* tho worlfl._ Britlan depot i Fit ajioib NBTT»«nT & floito, 1,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARSHIPS GATHERING AT DELAGOA BAY. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

WARSHIPS GATHERING AT DELAGOA BAY. London, January IS. Rear-Admiral H. H. Rawson, in his ' - flagship the St. George (a first class cruiser of 7,700 tons, Ciiptain George Egerton), ' -'- has started for Dulagoa Bay. Other vessels ol the squadron which are : ^ to rendezvous at the same port are : — The ? --, third-closs cruiser Phoebe, 2,575 tons, ~£ Cantata T. M'Gill ; the second-class cruiser Sappho, 3,400 tons, Captain Vernon A. Tisdall ; and the third-class cruiser Bar rosa, 1,080 tons, Commander J. Starton. The intention announoed by the Admir alty of forming a new flying squadron to hi available for active service at a moment's notice is being promptly carried into effect. Rsar- Admiral Alfred T. DiUvis to bo entrusted with the command of this sqnad ron. Tho vest^la selected fur tho service, which are all part of tha fleet reserve, and are now lying at either Portsmouth, Chat ham, or Devonport, are as follow :— r Revengo, first- class lino of battle ship, armoured, 14,150 tons,...

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

VERMONT SHEEP. Mr. J. C. Watson, of Graenbank, rosy fairly claim to have introduced the Ver mont breed of sheep into this district, the result of this season's wool sales amply justifying the faith that was in him. Mr. Wataon, who is said to know the value of a bawbee, did not introduce the breed with any other consideration than that of making the most out of his splendid httleproperty, and although in the ' rash ' step he took all sorts of unpleasant consequences were predicted, the result has shown the sound ness of his judgment. Mr. Watson's aim is to obtain weight of sheep and weight of wool. How his judgment has been borne put will be seen by the. following : — . Eeporfc of tbe wool of the pure Vermont stud ram ' Gold Dron,' owned by Mr. J, C, Wat son, Greenbank, near Yonng. ' After a moifc careful examination, I fiad that this type of Vermont rams' wool is totally different from any o'her ih»t haa come under my notice, the whole structure being a vast im provement, and will c...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTINUED BRITISH ACTIVITY. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

CONTINUED BRITISH ACTIVITY. London, January 12. Germany has not relaxed her attitude of vigilance on the South-East Coast of Afiica. The German third-class un armoured cruiser Konder, 1640 tons, commanded by Captain Jallenius, has arrived at Lorenzo Marquez, the Portu guese town on the shores of Delagoa Bay. Although the authorities of the British War Office have relinquished the idea of immediately calling out the militia, an experiment is to be made with the view of ascertaining the immediate efficiency of the volunteer iorces held in reserve. It is proposed to have a trial mobilisation at a day's notice of the volunteers throughout the United Kingdom. ; Since the censure passed upon the Ropg berry Ministry on account of the insuffi cient supply ; of cordite kept on hand, strenuous efforts have been made by the War Office to remedy this deficiency. It is stated that tbe reserve stores of gun powder now Held for the consumption of the army and navy ore the largeBt on record. A warn...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHANGE OF TONE BY THE EMPEROR. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

CHANGE OF TONE BY THE ' EMPEROR. London, January 11. The Emperor William has sent a reply - j': to Her Majesty the Queen, who recently _^j rebuked him for endangering- the peace ^ between England and Germany. . '' .. According to the Berlin correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, the language - - employed bv the Emperor William virtually amounts to a proffer ot the hand of friend ship, and confirms the assuiances which have already been made by Prince Hohenlohe, the Imperial Chancellor, that there was no intention on the part of Germany to offer any slur to the dignity of England.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCE HENRY OF BATTENBERG. HIS CONDITION WORSE. LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

PRINCE HEHRY OF BATTENBERG. ? — ? - v — ???? -\ ' /- . HIS CONDITION WORSE. . ' r London, January 13. Grave uneasiness is felt at the condi ; .{ tion of H R H. Prince Henry of Batten ; i . . . berg, who accompanied the Ashantee ex - - pedition now advancing upon Coomassie ^ under Sir Francis Scott. It was an , ' -? - nounced yesterday that the Prince had ibeen invalided from fever, and was to be ?sent back to the coaBt. Latest accounts state that the fever is ! worse, and that it is not considered safe to . -? transport Prince Henry to the. coast in his i present condition. He is, therefore, to re ' ' main at Prahsu, a town on the River Prah,' 60 or 70 miles inland.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRIAN OPINION ON THE CRISIS. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

AUSTRIAN OPINION ON THE CRISIS. London, January 14. The leading newspapers in Vienna are ; ? -r anything but favorably impressed at the \ attitude assumed by Germany towards ... Great Britain. They declare that the impetuous policy pursued by the Emperor William in this matter is haviug the effect of weakening the Triple Alliance. In Germany discontent is being mani fested at the prejudicial effect upon com merce which the crisis has already pro duced. The Germans importers complain that the tension with England is proving ruinous to trade.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOVEMENTS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN FLEET. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

?/ '. .. MOVEMENTS OF THE MEDITER ' ? - KANE AN FLEET. ''?.- * - London, January 14. The British Mediterranean fleet,, which, In view of the critical position of affairs in Armenia, has tor some time past been -assembled at Salonica, has now left that .. poit. One half of the vessels composing the fleet are under orders to rendezvous at '* Malta. The flying squadron, consisting of the ^battleships Revenge and Royal Oak, and the cruisers Gibraltar, Theseus, Hermione, and Charybdis, which has been hurriedly equipped and plsced under the command of Hear- Admiral Dale, is being provisioned for six months. An impression is abroad that this squadron will be despatched upon -% a voyage round the world. \~ ~, . An outcry is raised by the Daily Chronicle this morning as to the inefficient condition of the shore defences in England. - It asserts that one third of the British land %_ .batteries are unprovided with field guns, \ , and that there are no reserves available fur manning them. , '' ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SITUATION STILL SERIOUS. LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

\, , THE SITUATION STILL SERIOUS. v . - London, January 13. The comments of The Times tbismprn , 3ng upon the foreign complications which have led to so much warlike activity in Great Britain are not very~ reassuring in tone. Notwithstanding the amicable ex plan a ? tions understood to have been tendered by - the German Emperor, The Times declares ? that England is still confronted by a most critical outlook abroad. Lord Rosebery, the official leader of the Opposition, declares that the present aspect of foreign affairs must be viewed with great anxiety. The situation, he says, demands the most concentrated, vigilant, and sym pathetic attention of all parties in the state. Th'e most practical manifestations ol . patriotism are being made throughout - -England. Five hundred thousand men who have gone through their training as ._. 'volunteers, but are no longer connected with the force, have expressed their willing i ness to join the reservos which the Govern ment has power to call ou...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. 577. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. 577. JP to Q's Kt 3rd.

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DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE. A YOUNG MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE. ?*?? A YOUNG MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF. . .Troubles over a love affair caused a young man named Herbert Davis to attempt to take his life at Parramatta on Monday. He bad -been paying his attentions to a young woman^a resident of Pensant Hills, and as she gave him no encouragement he attempted to shoot her on Boxing Day. The father, however, took the revolver from him, and threatened that it ne did not leave the girl alone he would proceed legally against him. On Monday Davis called on the father of the young woman with a bundle of love-letters, and asked for an interview with her. Upon being refused, he placed the muzzle of a revolver in his mouth and fired, the ball entering his palate and lodging at the back of his skull. Apart from inquiring whether the bullet would set up lead poisoning, Davis displays no concern as to his future fate.

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

CHESS NOTES. The Sydney Daily Telegraph announces thfi'. in the contemplated Wailace-Hodgson match at Sydney there are to be sittings for play on each week-day— on Saturdays, from 2 p.m. till 6 p.m. 5 on other days, frcm 6 30 p.m. till 11 p m.' An exhibition of simultaneous chess, which lasted for six bouts, waa given by Steinita at* the Berlin Oheaa Otub on Tuesday, November 2G, He encountered 34 opponents— »one$ lady — and hi.i? ecpre was ?§ winej HFaW»W$ i

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURGOONA VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

THURCOONA VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. - , A meeting or this body wos held on the 9th inst, Mr. It. Ball, M.L.A., in the ; - .''' , chair, . ? The Chairman made a few introductory ' , - remarks, in the course of which he con gratulated the society upon the success it had achieved, and paid a well-taerited tribute to tbe energy and zeal of the pre sident and secretary. The secretary then read his report, which may be summarised as follows : — . Since last meeting -fonr new members have joired our association, br;cgicg the number up to 59. O«r library haB been increased by a giffc from {he Victorian Government of 56 books and pamphlets. 3 he librarian (Mr. Spence) has carelully catalogued Ihem.acd our library al ready forms an invaluable resource for informa tion on every line of agriculture. A spraying pump has been purchased for the use of members. The fee for using it -has been used at 6d. per day, wilh a minimum of Is. Mr. --. , ';-' Spence has consented to take charge of ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOR. GENERALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

WIT AND HUMOR. GENERALITIES. : Benedict — ' Why don't she marry you ? Ia ' ' I there another man ia the case V Singleton — '1 'Yes; her father.' - Father — 'Harry, what time wa9 It when you got home last night?' Harry (vaguel] )— .. ' 'Bedtime.' A recent marriage notice ends with the sin gular expression, probably added by a waggish friend— 'May their future troubles be little ones.' She — 'Am I the first woman you ever loved?' He— 'Yes. Am I the first man who ever loved you ? ' She (rempestuously)— 'You are insulting me !' Ed—' What do you do to paBB away the time?' Ned— 'Easy enough. I just give my promissory note to some one for thirty days, and the time passes quickly enough, I assure you.' Philosopher— «' The only thing that can make any man, rich or poor, perfectly happy, is love, and love costs not a penny.' Practical Man — ' True, but keeping a loved one in clothes costs a mint of money,' 'Djyou think, professor,' said the musically ambitious youth, ' that I can ever do anyt...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896

THE FARM AND GARDEN, WORK FOR THE WEEK. The Kitchen Garden. — The operations in this department of the garden are principally , confined to the extermination of weeds and Bowing of seeds for future crops. The Chou de Burghley may be sown now, and de3e?veB more general cultivation. The same treat ment as given to cabbages suits it well. It has all the outward appearance of a cabbage, but- differs by having a miniature Brocoli enveloped in leaves. This is a very sweet and tender vegetables and forim a welcome addi tion to tha list of edible plants. The present is a good time to sow endive, a valuable mem ber of the aalading family. The treatment requteed for its cultivation is similar to that for the lettuce, but it needs blanching either by tying up the leaves or placing a fbwer pot over them, though in some instances merely covering the plant with a piece of slate 1b sufficient. Transplanting should be carried out with the first autumn rains. Cacnmbers and melons are much benefited ...

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

PRETTY ORNAMENTS. You didn't know salt would grow in a bowl, did you ? Well, it will. Take a glass and fill ic nearly full of salt; then water it every morning the same as you would a house-plant After you water it the first day pour in a little of thrae or four prettily-coloured inks. In about a week tho salt will begin to grow and will run over the cup and crystallize on the aides. The different colours in the ink blend, and the effect is striklcg'y beautiful. Another mighty handsome ornament can be made with a glass nearly full of water and a handful of oats. Just pour the oats into the water, and in a month a beautiful green bunch will spring up and grow to the height of about a foot. The sprouts will stay green for a couple of months. If you like green things wet a sponge, sprinkle it with Silurian grass seed and suspend it from the ceiling. In less than a week the sponge will look like a ball of green grass. Hang four or five of these green balls about a room and the effect is...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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