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BURIAL OF SHERIDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
BURIAL OF SHERIDAN. &nbsp; The remains of Thomas Meredith &nbsp; Sheridan, who was executed in Darling- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; hurst Gaol last week, were interred in the &nbsp; &nbsp; Waverley cemetery. The hearse left the &nbsp; &nbsp; gaol shortly before 9 o'clock, and was &nbsp; followed by a mourning coach containing &nbsp; Mrs. Sheridan, her little daughter, Olivia &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sheridan, and an intimate friend of the &nbsp; deceased. A warder of the gaol in plain &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; clothes also attended in a cab. Upon &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; arrival at the gates of the cemetery the &nbsp; small procession was met by the Rev. &nbsp; Father Fitzgerald, who officiated at the &nbsp; grave. The coffin was a plain black one, &nbsp; &nbsp; with silver handles, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Church Notices. T^IVINE SERVICE will be conducted JUf fD.V.V in aoeordanco with the following lint oi appointments.'— OHURCH OF ENGLAND. . 4I.BTJET PAKISH. SUNDAY, Jan. 19— St. vratthew's, n ajns, '».30'p.m, Eev. George A. Carver. . Ynmbla, 11 a.m. Jtndcra, 3 pm. Thurgoonn, 7.30 p.m. Kev. J. H. Chaaeling. CBTLTEKN PAKISH. SCKDAr. Jan.- 19 -Onlltern, li «.m. and t.SOp.m. Brown's Plains, 3 pm. bov. e. J. Taylor. CnnoWA PAEIBH. SUNDAY. jRn. ID— Mulwa'n, 11 a.m. Corowa. 1.30 p.m. 8UNDAT, Jan. 28 -Corowa, 11 im Eowlong, ? 30 pic. Bov. w. Clar&e Hoao. . COBRYONG & Ul'PEK MUBEAY PABISH, SUNDAY, J8»-5iQ-^BerrIngBtD9, It a.m. (a.C) * Caagowa, s p.m. r Cprrywg, ? so p.m. Church Notices. — ? — ? _ — / GKKMAKTO5T-PAEI8H. - - SUNDAY, Jan. 19— Wagra, \\ a.m. '. -- Bowna, 7.30 p.n?. Eev. D. C. Bates. .mn._ , Qcrmanton, li a m. and 8 p.m. SUNDAY. Jan 26— Qcrmanton, 11 a.m. - - „,,'?-? Dr' Simpson. Mullcngandra, 11am, ' Woomargama, 3 p.m. Germanton, 8 p.m. &cr. D. C. Bates. B...
TALLANGATTA NOTES. TUESDAY, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
TALLANGATTA NoTES. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) Tuesday, January 13; At the TallangBtta Warden's Court last Friday, Albert Gasch and Miers applied for forfeiture of mineral lease No. 1332, Mitta Mitta, on the ground of non-conpliance with labor covenants by lessees, Lafontain and Co. The warden said he wcnld recommend forfeit are of the ground and the issue of a new lease to the present applicants. The phenomenal hot weather prevailing during the past week or so has made its influence very much felt on the public health A good deal of sickness is prevalent in this neighborhood, the ' summer complaint ' being almost epidemic A large number of juveniles are suffering from &nbsp; &nbsp; alvine disorders, to which three infants have succumbed in the short space of five days. Messrs. Banks, W. Carkeek, and Darcy have each lost a little one, the death in each case having been expedited if not actually caused by the dreadful heat. An appreciable change took place on Monda...
DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 17.) COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 17.) ? « ? GOROWA. (FBOM OTJE OWN CORBESPONDENT ) A special meeting of trustees Oorowa Com mons waa held on 2 1 Bfc inst. at the secretary's (Mr. S. J. Chenhall) office. Present — Messrs, Parkin (chairman) J. Brain, A. Haig, and S J. - Chenall. A tank was ordered to be fixed at the herdsman's cottage and commoners' rights granted to H F. Lowes and J. M. Gavin. It was resolved to taka steps as sion as financially con venient to fence off the eastern corner of the common for the use of carriers . and commoners, and to reserve the remainder for commoners only. A balance sheet and report were adopted, and at the commoners' meeting (8 present) held immediately afterwards were adopted on the motion of P. K. Ritchte, seconded by Mr. Haig. The report was as fol lows :— 'Corowa, January 21, 1896. 'The Commoners, Corowa Commons. ' Gentleman,— Since our election in January last, we have give our carefnl attention to the affairs of the commons. The election o...
WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
WODONGA. (FBOM OUS OWN COBBBSPONDBNT.) At tho last meeting of the Wodonga Shira ' . Council, two applications were received from persons willing to uud-rtake the collecting of agricultural statistics for the year 1896, viz — Messrs, J. Jennings, sen.,. end D. Burgess. The former, who was the successful applicant last year, expressed his willingness to do the work j far the same price as before, but without actually \ stating the price, whilst Burgess tendered at £2 i 158. After some consideration by councillors, it ' was decided that Jennings' tender waa informal, ; the price not being definitely stated, and it was \ resolved that fresh applications be invited, re- i turnable on Saturday, 18th inst. On thi3 occa- I sion, also, only two tenders were received — those ' of Messrs. Jennings and G. Twiss. BurgeBS not j . nutting in a fresh tender. The respective i figures were £2 19a lOd. and £2 17s. 6d. At'in I was the tender of JenniDgs incomplete, this time j being withovtt a signatur...
ALBURY SHEEP BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
ALBURY SHEEP BOARD. A meeting of this board was held on Wed nesday ; Mr. W. O. Bowen occup:ed the chair The other members present were Messrs. P. Mitchell, J. H. Balfour, and A. N. Mitchell. Correspondence was read as follows :— A letter from the Milpariuka Board re reduc tion of Boards' expenses, referred from the Stock Board, wbb referred to the Civil Service Board. From the Cobar Board, affirming the necessity for the passing of a short Act defining ' travel ling sheep.'1 — Received. It was decided that notice ooght to be given of all travelling sheep irrespective of the distance travelled or what kind of fence existed. From Mines Department, enclosing notes from law report of crso against Tolhurst. — ^Received. From Gundagai Board, suggesting that all reserves for water, camping, and travelling stook, abuting on a road, be withdrawn from lease — Received. From the Goulbuni Board, suggesting that Inspector's allowance for travelling bo not dependent on mileage. — The Board approv...
COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. Thursday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. Thursday, January 23. Wheat, 3a 9d per bushel. MELBOURNE. Wednksday, January 22. Wheat.'— The local market is firm at 5s. Tho auction sales this morning were quiet, but as millers at. present refrain from buying at auction the sales do not form a test of the market. Out of 3748 bags offered, 223 bags medium were sold at 4s .lid to 43 1 1 id. Flour. — Business is quiet, and the association rates are unaltered at £12 7s 6d for country and £12 10s for town roller, delivered. ' Bran continues in good local demand on the basis of la Id delivered. Pollard is in fair demand at Is Id delivered. Barley.— The demand for malting barley shows a slight improvement. Fairly good has been sold at 4s Gd and medium at -is 2d. Cape barley is worth up to 3s. B.Jd. for good eamples. Oats. — A good business has been completed in Algerian oats, and the market closes steady at 33 Id for prime, 3s for good feed, and 2s lO.yi for medium. Stout oats are worth 3a 4d ...
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. Saturday, January 25. town lots. Allotments 7 to 10 of section 9, lr 20p each, pariah Tocunrwal. Upset prices, from £5 to £6 per lot Allotments 7 to 10 of section 10, lr 20p each, parish Tocamwal. Upset prices, from £7 to £8 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 29, 2r each, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £5 to £6 per lot. Allotments 1 to 10 of section 30, 2r eseb, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £4 to £5 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 32, from 33p to 2r, parish Tocumwal, Upset prices, from £9 to £25 per lot Allotments 1 to 5 of section 33, from lr 27p to 2r, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £10 to £12 10s per lot Allotments 1 to 7 of seotion 34, from lr 19d to 2r, parish Tocumwal, Upset prices, from £8 to £15 per lot Allotments 1 and 2 of section 43, 28p and lr 2p respectively, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, £5 per lot.
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. ! Wednesday, January 22. The general prices are as follow: — Pork, , 3d to 6d per lb ; mutton, 1 Jfl to 3£-i per lb ; v beef, 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry. — Fowla, 2a .?':to 5s per pair; ducks, 2s 6d to 3a 6d per '?'pair; geese, 3s to 5a per pair; turkeys, 5s ta 15a per pair, Dairy Produce. — 'Cheese, 4d to 9d per lb ; eggs, 8d to lid per . . dozen ; butter, 8d to Is per lb; bread, 6d to 7d ? per 4lb loaf ; boney, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d \o 5d per quart ; ham, 7d to lOd per lb ; bacon, ffd to 8d do.
ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. :. The Rivekina Wool, Hide, and Pp.ojduce ? '--Co. Limited repert having held their usual ; weekly sale on Saturday last, when they cleared ' every line offered at satisfactory prices. They quote : — Kpgs 4Jd doz, peaches Is Id per box, ' ' potatoes 69 9d cwt, fowls Is 61 per pair, oata 2 9d per boehel. Large quantiiy of galvauised ' iron at fall rates, and a largo quantity of vega tables at a satisfactory price. F. W. Tbue reports sales on Saturday, January 18, as follows :— Butter, separator, Is '31 per lb ; eggs f.^i and 5d per doz; bacon, shouldere 3id, middles 6Jd, hams 7Jd ; freah , mutton, sides to 2s each, hind quarters to Is 3d each, fore quarters to 7d each, lamb la 6d per Bide; corned meat ljd per lb ; Bpiced 2Jd per lb ; fowls 1b fid to 2a 6d per pair ; ducka la 3d to 2s 2d do ; turkey gobblers 2s 9d, hens (small) Is ' 5d each ; fruits and vegetables in variety at fair prices.
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY BE SERVES. It ia notified, for general information, that Hie Excellency tbe Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to revoke, under the provisions of the 39th section of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, the following tempo mry reserves from sale : — District of Grenfell. Within leasehold area of Iandra holding No. 585, notified 31st July, 1885. Part of 1792, County of Monteagle, parish Iandra. That part of reserve 1792 for water supply, notified 23rd September, 1879, contain ing an area cf 73 acres. Pa't of 1824 County of Monfeaale, parish Tyagong That part of rt serve 1824 for water supply, notified 27rh October, 1879, containing an area of 8 If acres. District of Wagga. Wi-hin resumed area of Toole'a Creek holding ^Nj. 408, and the lite leasehold area of Toole's Creek holding Wo 408, declared a resumed area 18ih January, 1896. Water Teserve 1051, notified 17th February, 1874. County of Wynyard, parish Tywong, Kyamba Creek, 700 acre...
WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. SATURDAY, January 18. I [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
WACGA FARMERS' MARKET. Saturday, January 18. Messrp. Tompson, Manning, and Jebemy re port having held their usual weekly Bale on - .Saturday lost, at the new Farmers' Market, Kinoaid-street, The following are the prices realised :— Poultry.— Fowls from Is to 2s 3d per rair, ducks Is 3d to Is 6d, turkeys (hens) 3a to 4s 9d per pair. Diiry Produce. — Butter Is per lb, eggs to 7^d per dozen, bacon (local) 5d to 6d, bam to 6d per lb, Fmit.— -Apple3 to 2a per quarter case, cook, ing do Is per bag, grapes Is 6d per quarter case eating peara 9d per bag of 8lb etich, plums Is per bag, blackberries Is per tin of 8lb each. Vegetables.— Cabbages Is 3d per di r.; toma. toes, Is 9d to 2s per box of 81b, Farm Produce.— Oatn 2s to 2a 3d per bushel, pbng (JmBdium) 3u fid per OWt,
NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. ? -- ? HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 30th January :— District of Dubbo. County Napier, parish Mendooran. Eighteen lots. See Banner lCKh January. District of Young. County Harden, parish Currawong. Porp. 110, 131 to 189, 154a 2r; improvements nil ; capital value, £386 5s ; annual rent at 1} per cent, for first five years, £4 16a 7d ; survey fee, £4 10s Pors, 193 to 206, 134a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £335 ; annual rent, £4 3? 9d ; survey fee, £4 6s 31 Pors. 212 to 222, 231 and 232, 181a 3r; im provements nil ; capital valae, £454 7s 6d ; annual rent, £5 13s 7d ; survey fee, £4 15s 9d. The undermentioned blocks of la-.d will ba available for homestead selection on and after 13th February : — District of Grenfell. County Forbes, parish Binda. Pors. 69 to 63,31a Or 39p ; improvements nil ; capital value, £46 17s 4d ; annual rent at 1 J per cent, for the firs...
SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
SETTLEMENT .LEASES AVAILABLE. The undei mentioned farms will be available for settlement lease on and after 20th February : — District of Warren, County Oxley, parish Nevertire. Por. 22, 2560a; improvements nil; capital value, £3200 ; annual rent at 1 i per cent, £40 ; survey fee, £18 16s Por. 27, 2560a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £2880 ; annual rent, £36 ; survey fee. £18 15s Pors. 28, 29, 30, 2560a eaob ; improvements nil ; capital value, £2660 each ; annual rent, £32 each ; survey fee, £18 15s eacb. County Oxley, parish Curtis. Pof. 39, 2388a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £2985 j annual rent, £37 6s 3d ; survey feo, £18 5a.