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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

For some time past the qiiestioti of alteration in the provision for ?visi tors at the Jenolan Caves haabeen under the consider ation of the Government, and the recom mendation of the Minister for Mineshasnow been approved for the resumption of the oave-house and the expenditure of a sum of monpy for providing better accommo dation. The land and buildings will then be let on lease, but provision will be made that no wines or spirits shall be sold there. It ia also intended that a nominal charge shall be tpade for admission to the caves, the charge to include an allowance of magnesium wire. ,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.1) .. _ . ? Sydney. Thursday. Jttr. Wandell, M.P., interviewed the Premier to-day in reference to the terrible heat prevail ing in the interior, and urged, in view of the large number of deaths occurring, that the Board of Health should be asked to frame in structions immediately as to the best means for persons to adopt in the heat-stricken dis tricts to minimise the risk of getting heat apoplexy ; and also to point out the symptoms of the malady, and the proper means to adopt in treating patients ho sfllicted. Mr. Reid at once arranged to have Instructions telegraphed for publication in the different districts. John Moate Hill was remanded on aB alleged charge of embezzling the funds of the Eufield Council whilst acting as clerk of the boroughv The accused is already under com tnittal on a charge of embezzling money be longing to the borough of Walcha, by whom also he was employed for a considerable period. The weather to-day ia ...

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 — 24 January 1896

jPftAfl OOn At de^th from iJ1 ^ AHA Weekly, if totally XiuUUiXJW accident. X/lO,vUU disaWea. FOR Cash Customers absolutely Free of Cost. ? ' // /? ____ ' ? , ., :? J/ /-:f ~*~~- ? . ^: The advantages of Insurance are^j great/^fall would like to insnre, but many oannot bear the expense. *$ //? , MATH and Co. now come toMe rr^ac/'aDd effer Policies free to all Cash Cus tomers at their ?warehouse fe^urcifcXe five shiUipjB^worth in any one depart ment (grocery purchases to include atlefst llhS^^/?Z00r?-r'J' A Free Accident Insurance Policy which holds good for seven days from date of issue will be given. c£50 payable at death from accident, or £1 weekly for ten weeks if totally disabled, which ia the limit that can be covered on one life, no matter how many policies '' ? may be held ; but it is competent for each member of the family to hold one, hence the whote household can be insured. T. H. MATE and Co Limited are the only merchants in the Albury district who are authorised to issue ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATEMENT BY LORD WOLSELEY. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

STATEMENT BY LORD WOLSELEY. London. January 19. Lord Wolseley, the Commanderin Chief of the British army, states that he has never known a time when the British military forces were in a more efficient state of preparation than at present.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STIRRING ADDRESS BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

STIRRING ADDRESS BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. London, January 19. Mr. Chamberlain, in speaking upon the situation in the Transvaal to-day, declared that tbe national difficulty which had arisen proved that the old spirit was still alive in Great Britain. The resources of the empire were never better able to meet any emergency than they were at present.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMESON'S MEN RELEASED. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

JAMESON'S MEN RELEASED. London, January 19. The man composing the remnant of Dr. Jameson's expedition have been released by the Boer Government on parole. They have undertaken to procaed to England and to refrain from any attempt at escape. An effort is being made by Commandant General Joubert to check -the provocative attitude which the JJoer burghers have assumed towards the Uitlanders since their victory. He urges the men to endeavor to con ciliate the Johannesburg people, and to cease the open exultation in which they have been indulging.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL. STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT KRUGER. JAMESON'S RAID A SURPRISE. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL. STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT KRUGER. JAMESON'S RALlTa SURPRISE. London, January 19. President Kruger has made a statement in reply to the disclosures which have recently been made pointing to his know ledge months beforehand of the attempt planned by the Uifclanders. According to the newst:ab!ed a few days back it had baen ascertained that the Presi dent was thoroughly acquainted with the project in preparation several months ago, and in consequences of the information in his possession seat the Slates Secretary, Dr. Leyds, on a special mission to Berlin last November President Kruger now denies explicitly that he wa3 aware of the raid contemplated by Dr. Jameson until tho invasion actually took place. The delegates sent to Pretoria by the Orange Free State profess to be in pos session of minutfl information as to the Jameson project. On arriving at the Transvaal capital some days ago, those delegates asserted that Dr. Jameson's expedition was only part of the co...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ALBURY HOSPITAL. ? ?-.- -» ? ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Al bury Hospital took place yesterday afternoon. Mr. J. Wilkinson occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary read tho annual report as fol lows : — Annual Report of the Albdry District Hospital for this Yeah 1895. To the Subscribers. — In presenting their re port for the past jear, the committee hare much pleasure in again congratulating the subscribers and public generally on the very satisfactory position of the institution. Tbis fact is a strong indication that the residents of both town and country fell the responsibility incumbent upon them to keep tha institution in a progressive state of efficiency. It is gratifying to your committee to know that the marvellous benefits coiv and hitherto obtained at tbia institution are becoming more generally known, atd that i!s reputation for curing tbe most obstinate and difficult d...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL The ordinary moating of this body was held on Wednesday, the members present being — the Mayor, and Aldermen Jones, Hodge, Adams, Ashby, Woodo, Chenery, Billson. After the usual routine preliminaries, the following correspondence was dealt with : — From Fire Brigade, asking that floor of depot be asphalted.— It was decided to comply with the request. From the Superintendent of Police/complain iog of the unsatisfactory condition of the pans at bia quarters. No disinfectant appeared to be uaed — Eefeired to Inspector for report and im mediate action. From the Board of Health, asking for report of proceedings in 1893 —Already attended to. From Messrs. G, L. Griffith and Co.,- stating that if yard dues were charged on horso sales, the trade must go to Wodouga. The writers purposed holding a horse Bale in February, but if duei were charged tbe sale wjuld bo held at Wodonga. The Mayor said until the by-laws were altered no change could be made. - Alderman Billson sa...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

FLOTSAM AHD JETSAM. ? - - (By H.N.T.) , ' Speak naught but kindly.' . Although not exactly in the throes of an .aldermanic election we are very near one. Several names of new aspirants for the jionor of being one of the ' city fathers ' nave been mentioned, some altogether new to municipal life, while others have had a little experience in local self-government, and would like to taste the sweets of office - again ; or is it pure patriotic unselfishness -, that brings them forward ? In comparison ' with some of the 'new blood,' two at '.; least of the retiring aldermen aro as ' J ' Hyperion to a Satyr, or, to use a more ' - - - classical and up-to-date simile, they are ?**'.. as different as chalk and cheese.' No ' ' ' doubt the ratepayers — not the parties who O' stand at the street corners expatiating (and expectorating) on the merits and de ? - - merits of all and sundry o! the candidates, ? ? . but are not ratepayers themselves and con . . -, ~ sequently have no vote — will show...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY EXTENSION TO FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

RAILWAY EXTENSION TO FIHLEY. The meeting convened by Messrs. Blair and Moodie for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken regarding the proposed railway extension from Berrigan to Finley, was (says the Herald) held on Tuesday afternoon. Owing to the rather short notice the attendance was not large. The following gentlemen 'took an active Dart: — Messrs. B'air, F. Sutton, J. A. Beveridge, Gibson, Stewart, J. Boveridge, Moodie, R. Sutton, Burbury, Kirkland, Hamilton, and Westerdale. Mr. Blair was voted to the chair, and after the object of the meeting had been explained by one of the conveners, a leDgthy discussion took place relative to the best way to act in the matter. Some favored a petition, and others a deputation. Eventually Mr. J. R. Moodie moved that, considering the small attendance another meeting be called, and that the date of the next meeting be so arranged that Messrs. Hayes and Car ruthers, Ms.L. &., who will be in the district shortly, may be ask...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. MR. BALFOUR ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS. GREAT BRITAIN WELL PREPARED. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CABLEGRAMS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. ? «g- ? ?- MR. BALFOUR ON FOREIGN ; AFFAIRS. GREAT BRITAIN WELL PREPARED. London, January 18. An important speech upon foreign affairs was made at Manchester last night ? by Mr. A. J. Balfour, First Lord of the Treasury, and leader of the House of Com mons. Inalludingtothepresentpositionof affairs in Armenia Mr. Balfour said the concert of European Powers which has been put tine pressure upon the Sultan has deferred ? for the present an entire reopening of the Eastern Question, hoping still to be suc cessiul in reforming the abuses of Turkish ? Government. As regard the South' African question, Mr. Balfour spoke in a tone which impliad that the Government bas little apprehension of the extraordinary altitude taken up by the German Emperor being persisted in. He said he was not aware that any Power was prepared to dispute the decision of Great Britain to maintain the control over the external relations of the Transvaal Re public to which she was en...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING AT WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

PUBLIC MEETING AT WALWA. A public meeting, convened by advertise ment, was held in the Walwa Hall on ' ' Thursday last, the 16th inst. The atten dance, though not large, was fairly repre sentative. Mr. Robert Hanna being voted to the chair called on Mr. T. T. Wilson to make a statement regarding the objects of the meeting and the present position of the affairs of the hall. Mr. T. L. Wilson said : The object of this meeting, as set forth in the advertisement convening it, is to give the publio an op portunity of taking over the light, title, and interest in the hall from the present trustees and appointing new trustees, who for the future will manage the hall. During the bazaar, which was eminently successful and highly satisfactory to us, many reports were circulated and state ments made that if the hall were really a public hall and 'not a practically private concern there would have been no bad feel ing, and a still greater success would have attended our efforts to reduce our li...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNIFICATION OF GERMANY. SPEECH BY THE EMPEROR. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

UNIFICATION OF GERMANY. SPEECH BY THE EMPEROR. London, January 18. To-day being the anniversary of the day 25 years ago when King William of Prus sia was proclaimed German Emperor at Versailles, his grandson, the Emperor William II., has marked the occasion by 'delivering an address to the assembled generals and statesmen of Germany. In the course of his address the Emperor William gave thanks to Providence, and ?described the work which had been achieved during the past 25 }ears. He also an nounced that he was determined to perfect the defences of the empire and to promote the welfare of the people. He appealed for united support to his policy, and de clared that he would continue to bo a strong pillar of peace. . On the conclusion of his address the Em , peror emphasised his peroration by grasping the national standard and waving it above his head as he swore to defend the empire ?against any attack made upon it. In the course of his speech the Emperor William alluded to the colon...

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 — 24 January 1896

I. I ( ,'., £800,000 { — — — .' At Death from^ Accident * £16,000 '-.v * : — Weekly if totally disabled. . ^ ================================== FOR Cash Customers, ssr ABSOUJTE^^ H- . ? ? ? ?-— -? '-'^r/ The advantages of Insurance me so great that all would like 'to 'iusure'/buf' many-cannot bear the expense. ' MATE and Co. now come to the rescue,- and- offer Policies Free to all * Cash Customers at their warehouse who p m chase five shillings worth in any one department (Grocery purchases to include at least lib. of Tea A Free Accident Insurance Policy, which holds good ior seven days from date of issue will be given. £50 payable at death from accident, or £1 weekly* ibr ten weeks if totally disabled, which is the limit that can be coveied on one life, no matter how many policies maj be held ; but it is competent for each member of the i family to bold one, hence the whole household can be insured. T. H. MATE and Co. Limited are the only meichants m the Albury , district who are a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STORY OF SLOW REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

/ : ( /^s|0R#)#^.(pe#i(i. ; ? 7 Thomas O'Brien is now in La Hoquette prison, Paris, awaiting execution of the sentence of, death tor murdering 'Kid' Waddell. The murder,, which, occurred in the Northern Railway. Station, Paris, iiag,. never been explained by the Parisian de tectives. No motive tor the deliberate;, assassination was mads known during tha trial of O'Brien or alter his conviction. Hie own lips remained sealed. It has been . shown that some days before the murder the two. men had had an altercation at a cafe, during which Waddell struck O'Brien withjj wine, bottle,, It has also.been shown that O'Brien murdered Waddell at the depot deliberately, drawing. the revolver from his pocket and firing six shots into the body of his enemy. But it does not appear that the assault at the cafe was the, cause oi tragedy. What, then, was the motive for the killing of Waddell '{ This is the secret which the French, courts failed to reveal. ' Some years ago a couple of O'Brien's pals we...

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 — 24 January 1896

? Wanted ? YOUNG Jersoti .{WISHES to OBTAIN a SITUA-TION^i.lady |telp or governess. She ia competent to Take charge of childrar. Address 'GvA.,' Banner 'Office, Albury. MISS MAGNAMABRA'S Begistry Omce, Olive-stfeet.riP/ANTSI), all kinda of Domestic Sew'Rnttjj^lso Married Conples and Governesses. liMJ* cofeti^Spplications must have enclosed with them one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. RS. LATOSON'S REGISTRY OFFICE, Smollet$8treet||-W ANTED, all kinds of Domestic Servants j^li^o. Married Couples and . Governesses. A^H^ibiintinpatrpIications must have enclosed with them one 'shilling's worth of Btampa for correspondence. ? RS. BURTOKfS REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-streej|(just,|;Jlow the Rose Hotel). WANTED, all k|j)dB ^Domestic Servants, ianied Couples, a^^Sve^esses. Ail country , applications must have en closd3?^Itff? them one ehilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. Terms moderate. Also, a respectable House for young girls awaiting situations. MRS. HOPPER REGISTRY O...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTECTION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

PROTECTION IH AMERICA. (FROM THE LONDON TIMES.) Our New York correspondent writes : — There seems to have been in England, and I suppose still is, a feeling that if only the Americans were given time they would abandon the belief in Protection and throw open their markets to the British manufacturer. But there is no sign of that. The Free Trade millennium is, to all appearance, as distant as ever, and as problematical. Time and I, said Phillip of Spain, against any two. The Free Trader may echo the vaunt, but he must begin to perceive that Time as an ally is apt to come late on the field. It might prove to him profitable in the long run to make an effort to comprehend the real attitude of the American Protectionist, whether made to convert him or in order to contend with him. Where is he to find the argument be has to answer or the iacts on which the argument lor Protection is built ? Not, I think, in any English book. There is, as far as I know, no economical writer in England who ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOLVES WERE AFTER HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE WOLVES WERE AFTER HIM. ? « ? ? ? ,.,/- Captain Baldwin, of the American Army, gives an account of a sensational incident ' -\ that happened to him in May 1866. ' I was stationed,' said he, ' at Fort Harker, Kansas, in command of a company of the 37th Infantry. Port Harker was situated on the overland stage route from ' Port Riley to Denver, and after leaving , Port Harker it was unsafe for any to travel in daylight except with a good escort of troops. ; ' On one of my journeys of inspection I stopped about 30 miles from the fort to have a buffalo hunt, and hunted all day, but at night I was obliged to start back for the post. I left the station about four o'clock in the afternoon in a light snow storm, with a tolerably fresh horse that was both strong and spirited. I was alone, and armed only with a small thirty- six calibre pistol, depending almost entirely upon my horse to escape any danger from Indians, not anticipating danger from any other source. ' I had ridden about ten m...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINING INDUSTRY. A CHAT WITH MR. WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE MIMS^G INDUSTRY. A 'CHAT WITH ME. WALLACE. The great efflux of the manhood of the colony which has been going on for some years, and which has increased since Western Australia held out its attractions of quartz to be found by the prospectors and gold to be won from the pockets of London speculators, is one of the most serious questions of the hour. The youth ful and enterprising men — the pick of the population — are going away in ship-loads every week. 'It is not so much the gold return from Western Australia which is proving attractive but the chance there is of 'floating properties on the London market % at enormous prices and making a fortune by a lucky coup. There is good ground to venture the opinion that if the amount of money and energy which was devoted to prospecting in Western Australia last year had been, turned to the same purpose in Victoria,. there would have been a better return here than thera But Western Australia is the vogue, and the London brokers can get a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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