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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

.' WATCHMAKER, JEW|LLER; AND OPTICIAN, XMAS PRESENTS. I AT^TTTPV X1V1AS PRESENTS. New Y&Q.V Gifts. I iiii^ U ii I o New Year Gifts., , ,, , i.|^»- ? y ^ ? ^ ? WATCHES, G^ AHplLVER. i| Silver Rotheram Eng&h LevSs, £1 lOs,.15, /{ Silver Amerioan W-ilji|ara ^v&s, £3 3^ J h LatlieB1 aud Gent's Gt^.i^M Silmr Ch/.ns ;J Wedding Rings and Keipera from^&. to £?| Gold. Engagement, and Gent'd Rings, fra,^ 12s to £16 , ;? Gold Bar Brooches, all the latest designs, f rf m 7s. 6d each. ? K The largest stools: in Alburylbo choose from. M Ladie^' C v.rf tfatche-, frous^' '% GeiVl^Gold ^Atcheff ^opJsS _ // SpDrting Oh'^nograpuS^^or racip^' purposes, from £/A- \ f-- Spectnolpc^nd Goggle1) to suit'^ f sights Diamopv or other Bton^ /reset end re m^Jntcd t,' ? « T ? -—-— j' ~ ^ Wedding R'ogff and Keepers made' to order nhx^m 'hftitpsh notice. Gold Bought in ant quantity. Engagement Rings set with Diamonds, Rubies, Pencls, Sapphires. Any Ai'ticles j||ht per poet free At my...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

Odamb' Sheep Dips give the best reeults, Use them. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REMEDY. COLEMANE & SONS LTD. WOBLD-FAMED : \: ' ; BROS cHmSpfe -? ' ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, ' CONSUMPTION. Awarded Gold Medal, Ohicagtf, 1898, Sold QvettyvrhovQ, Ptlce 1/6 & 2/8. ASK 0RG@Lmftg&aGN'S,AND8g& THAT YOU m IT, ;;

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPERIENCE OF A STEEPLE-JACK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

EXPERIENCE OF A STEEPLE- JACK. There is a fascinating interview in the English Illustrated Magazine for October, the victim having been for five-and -thirty years a steeple-jack. To snob, a man tbe daDgnrs of hiaJtrade have become a sort of second nature to him, and he thinks no more of scaling a chimney 200ft. high than Strange as it may seem, steeple-jacks are very rarely killed nowadays— that ib, when they keep sober ; but it was different when thfly flew kites. UA man took his life in his hands in those days. I remember when I waa a bit of a nipper watching a Black Country steeple-jaok swarm up a hundred-feet shaft. He went to the work so drunk that he could hardly stand. When a man in the crowd spoke to him he said, 'Look here, bow am I to go up there sober?' That was true enough. Only a very strong man went up after a kite with out taking a stiff glass of spirit before he began.' This kiie flying was a difficult- business to accomplish satisfactorily. It took days and sometime...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A ^ 1\ I iRvfT^i^O^ Watches, Jewellery, A ^» uJPA a^/ L\ JL/ ]L~4 $\ji±jy a Silver-plate, CutJery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. -oPp. Railway station). SYDNEY. Watch '??irZa\ watch mm Ali ML post Short-w!nd Ksy!cE3,' 16/- ; extra quality, 20/ Silver Key cr Keyless, Jewelled, 2Wp- Sirourf J Silvor Lever,. Jcwellwl^S/^/-. -Superior lCeyless-or Kov^S^fiish Lever, 3,10/-, 4/-/- ; hin,i&)MM*WQI-, 5hki$'W Solid Gold Chains, Single Or Double, 3m, 3/1O/,4//,4/10/,M/ 15 c. Solid Gold, ffiS)/-, QH-, 6/10/-, 7/-/-J#/-, 10/-/- Pure Mfvtt, 10/-, 12/6, 15/-Jp-/-. Ladies' Short-wind Keyless, 20/-. Bilvcr Hunting Keyless, 2/-/-, 2/lO/ 3/-/-. ' Solid Uold KcyJoss, 4/-/-, 5// Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. All guaranteed. LaS^z ? Jl[ . . 'jam 9 c'S^jd- .fioUO^auy name, 7^? Vrtx&m&m, „ Ills* i i5o. Gold-' ?'-?„ ,. ^mm ? 18 c. „ » ?- 20/-. ' \ Pure Silver „ „ . 3/3. i . ?-??...?.. Ladiesiafls.gsSes, ?.Diaui'd8 f w^mmn, 3/-/-, 4/./-, v &W6/+ ; apJiara'da, 4/-/-,...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LOVE STORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A LOVE STORY. ? »- ? CHAPTER I. What made rae think of her to-night of all pights, I wonder? I haven't given her a thought for years and yearo— at least not often. Let me see, she — that is Marian Chatterton — parted froaa me just twenty years ago, when I was a slight slip of a newly-joined subaltern, and she, well, she was a year or two older. Was she good lookngf les, tae Handsomest woman 1 had ever seen up to tha'u time. Tb!1 and stately and uncommon-looking, with dark hair with a ruddy tinge in it, and soft dusky eyes that shone out o£ her pale pure face like blaok pearls. Yes, yes, a most beauti ful woman. I had never seen her like be fore ; I have never seen her like since. And we parted. Well, it was through no fault of mine ; that was always a consolation to me. Indeed, it was through no fault of anyone's. It was fate. Yes, that was it. For Marian, my most beauti ful, the love and lode-star of my youth, was already enga-?6d to be married when we first met. 1 remember it as i...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

DEATH OF AN OLD IDENTITY. Constable Thomas Gianville died at Kempsey on Monday morning, aged 38. Deceased had been in the Royal Navy for many years, and since joiiing the New South Wales police had been sta tioned on the Macleay. Gianville was an expert boatman, and had charge of the government; uooa-boats. Many flooded oufc families will cherish kindly remem brances of him, for his energy in convey ing food to and rescuing homeltss suf ferers during tbe flood times. The cause of death was influenza — not attended to in time. He leaves a widow arid fire young children,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WILD STEER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A WILD STEER. _ A wild steer made matters very lively iu the streets of Bairnsdale last Saturday. The animal charged one man who sought : safety in a shop ; than it went for a fruiterer, who threw a basket of fruit atJ the steer's head a-id Lt't for a handy fence. Next in line was the station master, aud he abandoned possession of the street to the steer without attempting to dispute it. The only injury was sus tained by the ' Btation master, wbo cut his hands climbing a barbed wire.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASTAWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

CASTAWAYS. A Cooktown telegram says :— ' Three wrecked castaways were brought from the North Shore by the George Walmsley. The men were sailing from Thursday. Island to Cooktown in. the cutter Eileen, and on Tuesday evening, the weather oeing misty, tney raipjudged their position, and ran the cufceer on a re^-f near Cape Bedford. The cutter breaking tip, the men got into the dingey, made for the mainland and reached Cape Bedford mission station, where they remained for the night. Nexb morning they started for the North Shore, where they met the Walmsley. One of the men was in aa exhausted condition.'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

DEATH AT TAMWORTH. Mr. Weaver Blyth, aeountant in the Tamwo'th branch of the Commercial Bank; died last week of consumption. The deceased had been resident there for eight years, and by his unassuminer man ner had won many friends. He was a son of the late James Blyth, formerly chair man of the Armidale Board. He was about 30 years old, and fop several years in succession secured the champ;onship in local lawn tennis competitions. He bad been ailing for several months, and died in the hospital; where he had received the best of treatment.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF. HEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. Five horses were killed by lightning at Lismore on Sunday during a thunder Btorm. The estimated cost of the series of locka and weirs proposed to be constructed in the River Darling is £130,000. A Secret Service Fund has been estab lished in New South Wales. The Inspec tor of Police bitterly opposed it. A girl, nine years of age, has died in the Brisbane hospital from lockjaw, brought on by eating green peaches. The Herald is neutral over the Crick prosecution. The Daily Telegraph and Evening Neivs assail the Attorney-General. In the event of the Full C-mrfc ruling against Meagher on all poiots the argu ment will be repeated before the Privy Council. Sir Henry Parkes is disinclined to ac cept a Parliamentary grant, but in any case the matter will be brought before Parliament next session, when he will probably be voted an annuity. Mark Twain's book on Australia will be worth reading. The brilliant humorist says impressions only occur to him when he si...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLAX GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

FLAX GROWING. Mr. Thomas M'Donald, of Sfarrabiel, has grown five acres of fbx, which he planted in September. The seed sown was the Eiga variety, but owing to the dry weather tbe crop oulv reached a height of 2ft. 6in. From 'the Depart ment of Agncultu-e he a'so obtained 21b. of Irish flax se*-d, which waa sown a week later than the fo.mer, and is no.v- li-u higher. Mr. M'Donald ia confidant thai; flax can be successfully grown, and is of opinion that loamy soil is moBt; euiitd fur l s growth.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

FATAL ACCIDfcNT. _ A sad accident-, 'with a fatal termina tion, occurred afc Coongulmeraug to a hou of Mr. Alex, Teifer. He was taking milk off a dray, which was Btunding on a sideling. The horse moved, aud the drav - apsizd, -a ling ou tup uf the boy, whose chest wa lire-tifuJly crushed. ' Thopo was n: oi'ie ( u- io reiidor a y holp but; ch^ unlynuae ?a.i'c mother, who wumwsejj the Qiicuprence. When extrioato t the. k-Y, wjip WQB }3 vo§;b pfaga, wag (ft ad,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORM IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

STORM IN SYDNEY. After an excessively hot day on Friday, about 7 p.m. a heavy electric storm passed over Sydney, and hailstones of abaorinal size fell in thick showers in some suburbs, doing a great amount of harm. The whole heavens were at times one blaze of vivid^i leetric light, andai'iout 7.30, whilst tht- siorm was at its r. tight, a lightning flash struck tho flagstaff iu tue grounds of the admiral's residence at North Shore, bub without damagiug it:, Msetjugth.!} tyra tekspheue witog ty t^o admiral's office; the electric current tra velled along them, fused a gaspipe in the House and' then set fire to the flooring. The fire was soon extinguished.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEW OIL WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

NEW OIL WORKS. At Balmain on Friday morning Mr. W Lever, head of the firm of Lever Bros , Sunlight soap manufacturers, turned the first sod of the excavations of the first oil mill in New South Wales. Lever Bros., have decided to set _ up at Balmain an extensive plant for the manufacture of copra into cocoanufc oil and oil cake. The nil will be exported to the soap works at Port Sunlight, and the cake will be put on the local market as cattle food. It is hoped that a flourishing industry will be in time established. At present copra, which is very bulky, is transhipped to England for treatment, and its manufac ture here will be an economy.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WONDERFUL CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A WONDERFUL CURE. A remarkable cure has bee.i effected in the Watigaratta district during the past few weeks. About six weeks ago Mr. David Jones; of Moyhu, was gored by a cow. As reported at the time his abdomen was torn open, and he walked to his house, a distance of between 200 and 300 yards, holding part of his entrails in his handi. Dr. M'Cardel was sent for, but owing to the distance five hours elapsed before he reached the sufferer. The wound was then stitched up and treated so skilfully that Mr, Jones has n .w recovered, aud was able to visit Wangarafcfca on Saturday. His recovery has surprised all who . saw the fearful injuries inflicted by the cow.

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 — 3 January 1896

SOBE EYES 1 1 - Beyonjl doubt MORBIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT is still the safest, (speediest 'and beat rem^y iu existence. For over ^fty yeg5Ki6i|as v«Bked really marvellous careen theBecolo&es, '& testimqni^Iffiwill show, Evejf household' is a^yiBe'd to^teegfa snpply alT^ys on hand^ti^^ediatelff ap^ij it when ?wejsfnees or eorenes3jj|pelt through 'M^^eat, fliM expoeure to hea||or cold, excessive r^ing o^ritiog, &c., ai^Mns save farthetjtr^jte and t*'enae. A'^feTa aifpmitatioDg^jif^tifestitutes red in place g|- this valuable Ointment. Having stood the sfAerest test of time, no farai y i can afford to be wMout ifc. Sold everywhere in . pots, 2s., containing sufScient for six or more ?? . ? caaca. ? ^ ? ? WOW©ERFUL -Bipod -Purifying 'Effect Ayer's Sarsaparllla- - Mr. Chai-les Stephenson, a -well-lcnowni ; Railway Employe at Kaiapol, V's iS^ew Z*alan-^- writes: 'Aboutlien jc i igo while engaged in shuntingjny foot caught betu pen the rails, and my Ms wa fi ict /...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

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Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

/?/r ? ~. ' ' ' -4' Directors : ^'/ ~ ' S. P. MITCHELL, Esq., -^ * - Chairman. ^ J .' SALATHIEL BOOTH, WILLIAM CAIN, Esq. Hon.N.FITZGEEALD, — - A. W. ROBERTSON, Esq. - Hon. EENRY MORT, I M.L.C '' *? -v-- \* -„ * ~ --- , */ UEHIiBOUSVfl WOOL T '^REHOUSE AW® '^JfflAD OFFICE. j/ -' -t -«- -* ~ ' Adviser:^ - . J. S. HOE^ALL. - Get.ei-al Manager ; ' A. M'D, COOP1SE, Secretary : , y- CHAS. 'WIN.GROVE. t i I ?/-'£'' «V'' -S-ffl ft IS ® 11 Iffi i ffliji-^'iil I J J i g fl Ir4 ^ il^^w'l H 1 1 1 U, I ?' . : -' ' LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES' mad! oa Ensuing Clip of WOOL and on STATION SECURITIES. I '' ' , '%' REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, GRAIN, HIDES, 8KIN8, TALLOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE. Tf*1^ v ' -'(Proceeds of Sales held in Trust and aged specially for payments to clients. Returns rendered with promptness. All Consignments protected by the m s -- V . Valuations 'of the Cowpany's Experts prior to sale, thus guaranteeing the realisation of Fall Market Value. The Company confines its I . - '\ . - Busi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

^J|^g^^^^-^^^ H We will send our 60-page Catalogue ' .- r;'^*V:^i'^'^:^fe»«s^sSiSs^^^^i^jr / ,.* giving valuable information. ; ^gj^^ilitegipii#| n 8 ° ? ?????;?? IrtiPlipPfeSii^ll^^il / STHSSW'LL SAVE YOU from losa and f §^||piili|^^^^^S, Jv' dtaappointanent.- ^¥'^:^0ik^ri^S^^^&^0^^^^&^^ We a'r-3*pole AgoutsJor-;all.the best ^?^^?'?^^^^mlMl^m^^^M m^kers-pinway, Mjjp, J|^imead, p-^v ''^l^^^^^^&^^^^^^MW Krard, F^ftrich, Eckqll^^pKlllmann, ^}^t\^:^'A04M^^^^^M^^' Uebplr^JUeiclUeibort^^Vic^r,' The K^'il^^^i^J^^^^ ' B^e, ^ado^B^^.rlov ESTEY PPPlSiiiiilli^^^ J^ANS &J%^rinBtrument8. ^^^^m^^^^^^t/ :m§m0$t mi payment. ' ' £W '' '' wiiiiiinriw/w.MiMXl.im ? in.rmi.lL ? ? ? ? ' WE MAKE IT l$0 *-*«& with us wherever yqst live. We take Old Pianos in Exchange. We guarantee to give satisfaction. Our price? are most reasonable for STRICTLY FS8ST-CLASS PtANOS. 838 -GEORGE ST., S¥BHE¥

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THE STORYTELLER THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

?'y--tif£;^fOBYTELLER, : : TEE QUEEN OF/ THE . CHAPTER ,XXV.--(Continued.) 'I confess -that I went in a; manner irantic' when . I. heard of all this, I dare say I conduot^d myself in a way to justify a good; deal of 'niy mother's' representations. I'pffe'red myself to Ellen with the fury of a oataraot-keipy making love to the tran quil nymBh of some iountain, and possibly frightened her as much as- anything into an absolute and determined rejection. I chose to Impute it— justly it. could not have been, my heart tells me so no w— to a- poor-hearted dread of poverty — the mercenary expectation of selling her charms to some richer wooer, who had not 'to expeot disinheritance as the price of his fidelity and devotion. I offended her delicacy, as well as alarmed her timid and susceptible nature with the display of the stormy energy of my own. She fell, in consequence, readily into plans which she imagined concerned even her personal safety. I had madly threatened to destroy both her and ...

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