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SALE AT PARKES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. SUBURBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SALE AT PARKES. Tuesday, January 28. sububban lots. Portion 614 of lr, parish Currajnnjj. Upset price, £90 per lot (including £65, value of im provements) Portions 669 to 576, from 3r 36p to la, parish Cumpng. Upset prices, from £10 to £51 per lot. (Upset prices include value of improve ments, B8 follows :— Portion 574, £40; portion 675, £18 ; portion 576, £8 ) Portions 578 to 683, la each, parish Currajong, Upset prices, from £14 to £21 per lot. (Upset price of portion 578 inclndes £7, value ot im . provements.)

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE AT DENILIQUIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SALE AT DENILIQUIN. - Wednesday, Jakuaby 29. countby lot. ' Portion 4 of 67a lr, parish Ooonamit. Upset price, £1 17s 6d per acre. (Reserve 21,475 from Bale other than auction,) Wednesday, Febutjaby 26. country lots, Portions 16 and 67 of 320a and 132a respec tively, parish Oockran. Upset prices, £1 13s 6d and fl 148 per acre (Within special area 21 ,340. Upset prices include value of improve ments as follows :— Portion 16, £16 ; portion 67, £10 23.) Portion 50 of 589a, parish North Conargo. Upset price, £2 138 per acre. (Upset price in ; eludes £381 12s 6d, value of improvements. Eeserve 23,092 from sale other tban auction,-)

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE AT BALRANALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SALE AT BALBANALD. Wednesday, February 26. town lots. Allotments 1 to 24 of section 21, from lr 30p to 2r, pariBh Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £1 4, per lot ADotHients 1 to 20 of section 22, from lr 30p to 2c. parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 23, from lr 35p to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £9 to £10 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 64, lr 37p each, parish Balranald. UpBet price3, from £6 to .£12 per lot . — - Allotments 1 to 24 of section 65, from lr 37p to lr 39p, parish Balranald. Upset priceB, from £6 to £9 per lot. SUBUBBAN LOTS. Portions 37, 38, 39, and 47, 2a 2r each, parish Balranald. Upset pricee, from £10 to £18 ' per lot.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

? Shipping, ESSAGBRIBS MAEITIME8. SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO AND PARIS. ' Steamers of 6500 tons, under postal contract with the French Governmeijs, calling at MEL- ' - BOURNE, ADELAIDE, Al^BAiSIY, COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will be dea patchedlis follows : — m M, Steatler. #-5|ider ^# ^M?*?^** V doluCJlOTAT vlafttit Jan. ^ Jan.'^| F«ra£t! I POLYNgSIEN. BoMrd Feb.Siij Feb. 2# Ma^a ARMA.Kf- BE- -IW^ W M - Js^' HIC fa ... Poyfrnf! JIar.# JTar. $W Mpflo AUaTS^IES. Vlmont ||A.pi-ll|$ April pbjffl-BB''.. Pa68a|| money, £Jpf to Mp, inclr|#agtaS»; wines. ^ -v^f'*' W- ? '. ? ' . - - ReturiKtickets^available foW9 or 12 months, at reduceoTrates. English sp.§|s:en on board. Upon arrival at Marseillef^-English interpre- - ,, - ters meet the passengers fojpLondon and give them every assistance in lipping and passing; their luggage through the ^pstoms, &c, and also accompany them to Parifeand Calais For further particulars fefiply at the Com- pany's Offices, Queen's Coripr, Pit...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

* ' ? Public Hotices. ,'' C. HARDY~&COm- TIMBER MERCHANTS, Steam Saw, Planing, Moulding, Turning & J'oiiaery Mills, WAGGA WAGGA, Can SUPPLY promptly at loweat rates BEST COLONIAL |-1NE, Bough, dressedtfind moulded, on railway trucks '' / a!sSp^l °* I $ Oregon, Baltic, feuri, Jaedwjfod, Oedar, jrambarunlba Mfmntafa ., - Ash,vTallo^wo(p, IF , ' ' ' ? And other Bjsrdwojp], cutf to sizes|' ? V JBESTBRlls, CEMENT, LliyiEOTS.PlSTEB, GUTTERING, BIDG1N J^DOWNPIPE, Galvanised Iron (plaice Corrugated), Nails, Hinges, And all other kinds of Building Ironmongery, GOOD PINE LOOS BOUGHT FOR CASH At any Hail way Station. (Registered) 'W 'SuSp? 'IT.. ( Tbadh ^Xabk; s m a p f qrk s, »TQ|$pSND- S^EB#ALBURy. jF i (Suc$|BOy4o ^S. Patter/p) JrDB^#^P--'$U$m th--%ublic$r-vf;he is now prices. -ij \/ , Tallow, SItys, HidCB, &o , in any quantity Ex changed for £ joap or Bought at current ratea. House wi\&» note ihis and save money by ex changing ifej for |XL s°ap» N.B.— Sold b...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

^r '?-'''' .^||j^:j-«g~*..y'»}_, 0- *?*?' JSS Wolfet^ohnnppB^'eaHh'Miy QtimupoS wii H 1 Wmmg8$ out eaoitmg, and ^rjfea rJ^Ulfttlng/Js woH B» 0 ' :'W!*mf*

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. The ways of advertisers are mysterious and pant findi'ig out. A Sydney paper has the following : — 'Lady with £25 cnu ecoare Half-share in nloorcflnoii '' little bus.' Now there are, ao far as I am aware, only two meanings for the word ' bus.' One meaning is that of a public conveyance, and if this Is the construction intended, and the vehicle is a 'nice refined' one, the half-share ia no doubt cheap at tho price, though It Is not ; quite clear what the lady will do with her purchase, unless she also acquires an interest in horses and harness. Another meaning for 11 bus' is, I believe, a kiss, but why a lady who requires a kiss — even a ' nica refined' one — should have to pay £25 for the boon, I ' ; am at a loss to understand. In fact if any lady of fairly average attractiveness— — but I ..'v will say no more. ,w * * # If there is one thing more than another to be admired in the administration of sffairs by the Reid Government it Is the charming con sistenc...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Iff a letter from the New York corres pondent of the London Times, republished in another column, there are some pass ages of special interest to the Australian reader, inasmuch as they place in a clear lieht certain considerations not always regarded in discussions upon freetraie and protection. It will be observed in the first place that the writer, who as the recognised correspondent of the leading newspaper of the world may be assumed to speak with authority, positively states there is no likelihood of a change in the fiscal policy of America. He says ' The freetrade millennium is, $p all appearance, as distant as ever, and as problema tical.' In view of the oft-repeated assertion that America h on the point of abandoning protection, this state ment is of special significanca. The most notable feature of tha New York letter, however, is contained in the quotations from various accepted authori ties, and ia the clear etateiaeat pf tho case for protection from the American stand p...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. ?£ * San. RToon. ?& Days. ? ft Risen. Sets, JBIfles. Sets, '' n.M. n b. b.m. h.m. 24 Friday .. ~ _ 5 26 7 38 2 4a 1157a 25 ; ;--:'r£av ? 5 2? 7 38 311 — 20 Zrd Sun. after Epiphany. 6 28 7 3J 4 17 1235m ?» Monday ? 6 29 7 36 6 19 1 21 28 Tuesday ? 6 30 7 3fi 6 17 2 21 29 Wednesday .. .. 5 31 1 35 7 4 3 29 SO Thursday .- 5 3^ 7 Zi 7 45 I 4S Melbourne mean time. ? Woof's Phases.— Fall moon, January 30th, 6 55 p.m. ? ________ AND WODONQA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1886.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Special iLdvertisernents. ' THIS SSUTUASi LIFE IN8URANGE COMPANY O2T1 ^TE-VsT SrOtt^L Established 1843. RICHARD A. M'pJIRDY', President. wThe Lucent aud 'WiXjthicsfc Life Insurance M '^VCoinpany,!^ the V^orld. UsSETS-yt date of ift»t O^fciil Investigation, # ^ Decker STlSOi^' S--^ jf _3^,'3-O_-*S3_-&&f j # Income - ' * £9,^0,548. Jjf Surgtua ..?-/ , ?( ». £f^3,145^ PETEBLY MITTUAT , ALL PR ZlStS&O TO T^tePOiilCYHOLDLRS ALL MODERl FORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE. The Popular Trust Investment Policiea were Originated by this Office. . .Australian departments COMPANY'S BUILDING, RIARTIN-PLAOE, i SYDNEY, N.S.W. Z C. KENKIS, General Manager. Agent at Albury-G. S. ADAMS. jpHST BLAOKIB, PH ArI|^GEI$/qAL OHE MIST, ? j__ 2£n K3.. y& 3E& ~~' = ? Hojise of |t ^'[f^\^ Commons W Ml o& X« STATEMENTS having for. some tim^ paBt been made to ©any of my OlierefeLgnd others that I IJOuNOllqAItEiji PRACJ|^n the OOURTjf*B;'it de?l&-,to jjibnfiae £#se||r to...

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TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

TALLANGATTA. (from our own correspondent.) A harvest thanksgiving service was held- in the Chnrch of England on Sunday last. The church was decorated in the orthodox style, and special hymns were sang by the choir, which ?was assisted by Mesdames Vipau and Downs of Albury. Mr Sul!iv.'.n, mine maongur, of Granya, had a nasty fall while working underground last week, fie was standing on a stage superintending timbering operations, when tho platform col lapsed and Sullivan fell heavily on a heap of quartz. Ho susfZlaed sevce abrngiona to the head, and was badly bruised about the body, while the shock to his system was very great. He ia now making steady improuemont. It is reporlei that a mild rush has set in nenr Surface Hill, Granya, where pome promising illuvial shows have baen obtained A nnmbfr of Granya minors are eDgaged prospecting the locality. Dr. Thwaites hsin agniu taken up his ftbnde iu TallangaU-a, having tnkeu over tue praeties of Dr. Secconilm. After leagthy deliberation ...

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THE BRITISH FLYING SQUADRON. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE BRITISH FLYING SQUADRON. ? - ? London, January ID. In celebration of the twent}r-fifth anni versary of the proclamation ol the German empire at Versailles, the Emperor William has granted an extensive amnesty to per sons undergoing ronns of imprisonment — principally to tboso convicted of political pfjwnces. His Majesty has also announced his intention oi founding a new order of merit to be bestowed upon both men and women who distinguish themselves in movements for promoting the social welfare or the people. A fresh sign ot the altered relations between England and Germany haB been given by the Emperor William. The Im perial yacht Hohenzollern, in which the Emperor is accustomed to m?ike his frequent cruises, has been in course of refitting at Cowes, but His Majesty has issued orders to abruptly stop the work. The special flying squadron, which has been commissioned and placed under com mand by Rear-Admiral Dale, is to be reviewed by Her Majesty the Queen before leaving port. T...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A PRESS ATTACK ON ENGLAND. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

A PRESS ATTACK ON ENGLAND. London, January 18. The Cologne Gazette has published an article dealing with the foreign policy of Germany in which it makes a savage attack upon England. Tbe newspaper urges that Germany should seize the first opportunity when England is imperilled to enforce the release of the Transvaal from British suzerainty.

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KING MENELEK ALARMED. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

KING MENELEK ALARMED. London, January 20. Latest news from Abyaainia states that, in spite of the success achieved against tho Italians at Ambalagi a few weeks back, when Major Toselli was kiiled and his force almost cut to pieces, King Menelek is not inclined to prolong the struggle. Reinforcements of 10,000 men have been despatched from Italy to General Baratieri, and, without waiting for their arrival, King Menelek is stated to be suing for peace.

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THE ASHANTEE CAMPAIGN. OCCUPATION OF COOMASSIE. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE ASHAMTEE CAMPAIGN, ? o ? OCCUPATION OF COOMASSIE. London, January 18. Sir Francis Scott, the military comman dant of the Gold Coast Colony, who has been advancing with a strong forco against King Prenapeh of Ashanteo, has reached Coomassie, the capital of Ashuntee, and occupied it. No resistance was made by the Ashan teea to the entrance of the troops. King Prcmpoh has acooded to all the demands which have been made by Sir Francis Scotfc. .

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THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. MARSHAL MARTINEZ CAMPOS SUPERSEDED. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. . ? A ? MARSHAL MARTINEZ CAMPOS SUPERSEDED. London, January 19. Marshal Martinez Campos, who has been for months past in chief command of the Spanish forces in Cuba, admits that his protracted operations against the insurgents have been unsuccessful. Several engagements have been fought during the last few weeks between the Government forces and the rebels with varying results, but the latter have been pressing steadily towards Havana, the capital of the island, which it was found necessary to hurriedly place in a state of defence. The Spanish Government has conse quently decided to recall Marshal Martinez Campos, who is to be succeeded by General Weyler. Another determined effort is to be made to subdue the insurrection, and large reinforcements are being sent out for that purpose to the new commauder-in-chief. General Weyler intends to reverse the policy followed by his predecessor, who, he considers, was too mild in the measures he took to quell the outbrea...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. RIFLES FOR MENELEK'S FORCES. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ITALY AHD ABYSSINIA. RIFLES FOR MENELEK'S FORCES. London, January 19. An attempt has been made by King Menelek of Abyssinia to import 50,000 rifles for the purpose of arming fresh forces against the Italian troops. At the request of Italy the French Go vernment has prohibited a steamer which has tho rifles on board from landing them at any port on the shores of the Red Sea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Souses «gfe&,anfit© Ret or for Sal©. TO LET — A FARM of 2560 acres to let neat Narandera for a term of years to suit purchasers. All fenced in with post and 6-wire, and rabbit-proof wire netting all round the boundary. About 200 acres fflfor the plough, ynd 100 acres stacked for burnpg off. 200 acres is fenced o|8 and^Avire nettedpn itself. Three tanlca of Ar onV§he land. JKm could hat 2000 sheep on^fKe land|now with g|[ the drojpht and have jJeMy ofj|water w^iSjout rai^ffor six mo iths. M&. go-MteouT-TqQfii0 House (lined and ceiled). l^rge .jsftcitjen wiin 0-ne chimney, stables ' for eighlvhSrees, sfieds, «ards, hou|a for men, good garden— trees in fi01 bearing/ Will take . .£170 per year, or 400 $|gs of wheat per year. -Tenant to have the right&b purchase at the end of the lease for £1 pei&iacre, 10 years to pay. Good road. Nine miles pom North Yanco rail, way station. Any person wishing to lease or pnrc&ase the land can call on THOS. RYAN, ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

... ~ — —. .+?-? ?-.- ...-.- ???? ,,„,__„„„„,?,,„,„„, Sales by Auction ? WODONGA HORSE SALES. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 26, 27, and 28. 8QO HpilES AT Crtr| YAl|DS,|wODONGA. Sales wjp commence eac|| day at 10 a,m. ENTRJ$§tf-fiw revived b£ CAMPBELL End SONS, Kirk'lv? Bazaar, Melbourne; or. YOUNGHUSBANl|and Co., Albury. N.B. — Owing to tj\'s Tallangatta Races taking 'place on the 11th and 12th February, we are holding cur Wodonga Horse Sale on the 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th February, SATURDAY, 25th JANUARY. AT ALBURY HOTEL. GRAND FREEHOLD HOTEL PROPERTY. A Magnificent & Pskmanent Business . Position. TEN BRINK and Co. are instructed by Mr. Robert Dorghty to sell by public auction his well-known PROPERTY, situated at the corner of Dean BDd Young streets, Albury, im mediately opposite the Railway Goods and En gine Shs££g Custom-house, and the Railway Em ploye*^' !jj£#eHing§£and about 300 yards from the finesill&^engerJpatioainJthe colony, oh w...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

(Church notices. DIVINE SEEVIGE will be conducted ' (D.V.) In accordance with the following list of appointments:— CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ALBUBY PAKI8H. 8USTDAT, Jan. 38-Bt. Matthew'a. II a.m!, 1.S0 p.m, Rev. Canon Ktnnramill, Yacibltt, U a.m. Blaofc Bsnjre. 3 p m ? ©hurch Hotices. CORRYONG & UPPER MURRAY PARISH. 8ONDAY,Jan.26-Corryonff,8 30a.m. (H C), Mount Elliott, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29— Xlaougla Creek (Mr. Menrant's house), 1 30 p.m. SUNDAY, Feb. 2— Corryoug, 11 a.m. 'i'intaldra, 2.30 p m; «. ' ' Walwa, 7.30 pm. - ?: Rev. H M. Warry. ' CHILTERN PARISHi SUNDAY. Jan. 26-Chiltern, 1! a.m. and 7.^0 p.m. Dry Creek, Sp.m. ~h.ev.Qt. 3. Taylor. COROWA PARISH. SUNDAY, Jan. 26-Corowa. 11 a.m, Howlong:, 7 SO p m. i£ev- W. Clarice Hose. GBKMANTON PARISH. SUNDAY. Jan. 2-$— Germanton, ll a.m. Dr. Simpson. Mullengandra, 11 a in. Woomargama, 3 p.m. Germanton, 8 p.m. Sen D. c. Bates. Bowna, 7 30 p.m. Mr. Thompson. TALLANGATTA & BETHANGA DISTBICT. 8UNDAY. Jan. 26 -Bethanga, U a.m. ...

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