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A TRACTION ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
A TRACTION ENGINE. - -, On Saturday (says the Bathurat Advo-, - cate) many persons evinced great interest in the examination of a traction engine which passed through the city travelling westward. It left Sydney on Friday week, and is going to Mr. O'Neil, a store keeper and larmer at Narromine. It works up to ISOlbs., and is 30 horse power, eight nominal. It had attached two waggons, made by Bennett, of St. Mary's, and had fifteen tons loading, and can draw 30 tons on the level at five miles an hour. It has done fifteen miles a day1 on the mountains. Mr. O'Neill intends to do a large portion of his farming work ' by means of the engine power. He is one of the most enterprising of the western settlers.' -
PROTECTIONIST ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
PROTECTIONIST ORGANISATION. A series of toura in the country dis tricts in connection with the protectionist - ? party organisation have been, arranged for Mr. W. J. Lyne, the leader of the Opposition. The first trip will be made to the west next month, in the course of which Mr. Lyne will address public meet ings at Bathurst on February 1, at Orange on the 3rd, and Welhngtoa 4th. It is probable that Mr. Lyne will go Btili further west, and address meetings at Dubbo and Peak Hll, both of which places he has been invited to visit. At the end of February or the beginning of March Mr. Lyne will make a tour of the northern district, from Tarnw jrth to Ten terfield, ia fulfilment of long-s banding en gagements. .
EXPORT OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
EXPORT OF MEAT. In a day or two one of the largest cargoes of frozen meat despatched from Sydney will go forward to London bythe steamer Celtic King, loaded by tbe Orient Company. The vessel has for a few days been at the Baltic Wharf, where she has met with excellent dispatch. The meat rooms already hold 50,000 carcases, and some have yot to be shipped. The general cargo comprises wool, copper, and so on. Messrs. G-ibbs, Bright, and Co. are filling up the steamer Urmston Grange for London, via Buenos Ayres. In the live cattle trade little aeKvity has been shown latelv. The s1 earner Fiador is taking another shipment of 250 heai of bullocks to New Caledonia, but the home-going steamers are not fitting up for cattle bo far this year.
LOSSES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
LOSSES OF SHEEP. On Monday a mob of 603 shaep, be longing to Mr. James Ewan of G-oobang, came on the Forbes common, not having had a drink since leaving the station some days before. They were travelling to Mr. Ewan's station at Neila, near Cowra. In order to give tho thirsty animals a drink the person in charge agreed to give Mr. Lorenzo Lane, who has a fii;e tank of wa'erabouta mile and-a-half from Forbes and Parkes road, the eutn of £12. The drink proved a most unfortunate thing for the owner, fop the sheep drank ravenously, with the result that about half' were lying .all about the neighborhood of the tank, and a number of men had to be put on to take off their skins and burn the remainder. ,. ? ??
THE NEW TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
THE NEW TAXES. The regu'ations under the Land and Income Tax Assessment Bill will be issued before the end of tbe present month. They are prac'irally ready now, but it has been decided not to issue them, until Mr. Spiller, the Commissioner from South Australia, has taken up his Doei tion. It is intended to devote the weBtern wing of the Custom-house to the land and income lax w~rk. Mr. Spiller will have the active charge of the department Mrs Powell, the Collector of Customs, will still occupy his present office ; Mr. Johnston, the other commissioner, will also remain in his present position ; and the three commissioucrs will meeb when over necesaary.
DEATH FROM HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
DEATH FROM HEAT. A Balranald telegram says : — ' The in tense heat here during the past week has had a fatal effect on a number of old residents. William Hall, a man of inde pendent means, 61 years of age, died suddenly on Saturday. William Ro3e, an employes at the Manfred station, 51 years of age, expired on the verandah at tne Junction Hotel on Monday, after half aa hour's suffering. Mrs. Patrick ; Smith, 66 years of age, died on the same day after four hours' illness. Oa Wed nesday morning Mrs. Mellor, the wife of a large woolscourer, died suddenly. She was only 36 years of age, and was a strong, robust woman.'
TRAM ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
TRAM ACCIDENT. A tram accident occurred in Oxford street, Paddington, last Saturday, and caused the instantaneous death of a man named Alfred Willis. A motor, with a couple of cars attached, was returning to Sydney from Bondi, and when near William-steeet Willis rushed across the street right in front of the engine. Be tore the driver was able 1o do anything the engine went over the unfortunate man's body. The 'tram was stopped, and Willis as speedily extiicated. It was then found that he was cut ia halves. Alfred Willis was 50 years of age, and lived with his wife aid family quite cloaa to the scene of his fearfully sudden end.
A MEAN OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
A MEAN OFFENCE. Robert Read was charged at the Central Court, Sydaey, on Fridav morning with an exceedingly mean offence. It was alleged against the accused that at the time Mrs. Sheridan was seeking to secure a reprieve for her husband, Thomas Sheridan, condemned to be hanged for the murder of Jessie Nicholls, he wrote to her representing that he was a warder in the Darlinghurst gaol, and that if £5 were sent to him it would materially assist Sheridan's cause A letter to that effect was received by Mrs. Sheridan, and Read, who is a seaman, is suspected of sending it. He was remanded to the Paddington police court. Mrs. Sheridan did not send the writer of the letter the money aaked for as she consulted the police as to tti9 advisability of doing so.
DEATH OF MR. M. TREACEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
DEATH OF MR. M. TREACEY. The Wagga Advertiser savs : — ' If; is with sincere regret that we have to an nounce the death of Mr. Martin Treacey, sen., the well-known brewer of Wagga. The deceased, although not in robust health foe a long time past, was not ailing particularly until Sunday, when he had to take to his bed. Mr. Treacey was a man of advanced years, but he was neverthe less noted for his energetic habits, and the news of his death after such a short illness came as a surprise to the majority of the townspeople. During his long residence in Wagga the deceased gentle men had earned an enviable reputation for probity and straightforwardness ia all his business relations, and in his private life was known to be generous and chari table to a high degree.'
STRANGE MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
STRANGE MISHAP. A singular mishap occurred in a photo graphic studio in Q-eorge-street. Sydney, bv which ayoung lady seems to have had a narrow escape with her life. The young woman, Miss Vio^t M'Dowall, was sitting for her photograph, when a quantity of bricks and other debris crashed through the roof, almost over whelming the sitter. She received some abrasians and laceration of the left arm, besides a severe shock caused by the un expected character of the incident. The cause of the accident was found to be the displacement of a portion of a wall by the operations of some workmen engaged on aa adjoining building. It is very for tunate the results were not of a more serious nature.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, XMAS PRESENTS. New Year Gifts. A YTR TITBIT' XM^S PRESENTS. J~LJLj «O U|'v.^p «&. * New Tear Gifts. ?-.?? j H - - WATCHES, OOLyPlD SILVER. Silver Rotheram Eaghs][f'g|ev'ers(*i$ii 10a. Silver American W*lthats^Leve||f£3 3s. Ladies' and Gent's G -ld £tid Silw.f Chains £ Wedding Rings and Keepers froj|k;103. to £2, $ Gold. Engagement, andfGent'j^llings, frosT 128. to £15 | $ ^^e^ Gold Bar Brooches, all we lajfSt designs, from 7s. 6d. euch. — %^r The largest stock in Albury to , choose from. (? ? ? i? /'indies' Gold Watche?, from £$g$02& ,;|3ent's GoJd^WatcheSi fronspir'^ i-^portin»^BrHnographJ|Sbr -racing purposes, m * frof £5 f g .. ? ?. ifi'Spectacles-apl Goggles^v^uit all sights |f£- Diamonds Jfr other stofls reset and re w moui#: ; . ? J fc Weddihg^ftings and^Jejpers made to order ?'[' on t$ys showiest noWco1.' '-t ^£5®^'' ' ? ,'- £i Gold Bought in any quantity. Engagement Rings set with Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires. Any Ar...
COROWA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
GOROWA HOSPITAL. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The annual meeting of subscribers of the Corowa hospital was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday evening, the 21at inBtant. Mr. E. Wilson, chairman of committee, presiding, and Messrs. Nicolaon, Hose, Brewer, Cooke, Leslie and Balme being present. The report of the committee showed that 293 patientB in all had been: treated during 1895. Many patients having to be refused on account of insufficient room. The question of erectiog another ward was relegated by the subscribera to the incoming committee. The income for the year 1895 amounted to about £615, leaving a small credit balance over and above expenditure, £300 part proceds of the bazaar held in 1894, had been placed on deposit a a reserve fund. The follow ing were elected on the committee : — Kev W. C. Hose, Messrs. E. Wilson, E. B, Nicolson, J. C. Leslie, J M. Copke, C. Johnson, H. Rosenbloom, C. T. Brewer arid J. Chicken. On the motion of Mr. Hose, seconded by Mr. Nicolaon, Mess...
DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
D ALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. Melbouene, January 22. Sneepskins — We cleared all forward last week at higher rates, and tbo market closed with excellent prospects for vendors. We quote : Butchers' pelts, Is 3d to 2s 3d each 5 lambo, Bpring Is Od to 3s, do pelto 8d to lo 3d j dry fcktoB, nverago ftp 6d ^p 5a, aunprlor \q gs Od } lamb skins, spring Is 4d to 2a 41 ; pelt9 91. to Is 8d ; lambs skins 63 to Is. Country ekinH— Merinp, good to superior 4Jd to 5^d per lb ; crossbred, good to superior, fine 4Jd to 5jd, coarse 4^d to 5\A ; full-wools, heavy and inferior 3£d to 4Jd per lb ; pelts, sound and well cared for 2d to 3J 1, inferior and weevily ^d to ljd. Hides, — Tbe trade's demands have been in sxcess of the light supplies, and prices have had another rise of about Jd per lb since our last re part. We quote :— Butchers' green ox, extra prime heavies (picked) 4d to 6d per lb, medium 2Jd to 3 Jd, light to average 2d to 2.Jd, cows lfd to 2d ; salted Victorian, ordinary to pood 2Jd to 3d pe...
THE STORYTELLER. THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. CHAPTER XXIX.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
: THE STORYTELLER. ; THE QUEEN OF THE ?'.'?? ' .- SOUTH; ?? v/ ? t; -, ? -^_ ? £: - ? 'CHAPTER XXIX.- (Continued.) , -- ' ^ The next day, after the Peter the Great Party, Sir Richard raised his head from a monstrous ledger over which he was poripg, to ask Blackader what was the nature of the Itory he had told about that sovereign on the previous evening. He had not paid much attention at the time, but Fraaer and Jenkins's security on Baltic wheat con signments recalled it to him. Blackader had obstinately forgotten. Still, as it was about the only point of Eussian history with which Sir Eichard ?was acquainted, we believe, in spite of the alleged non-attention, he long retained the etory in his mind. - The great Czar had married a serf, a - . slave, a captive of his own bow and spear. That was certainly very extraordinary. He was an extraordinary man, and he snight do extraordinary things, but he was not the ' only one that had ever existed. The world had never blamed him for what ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
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MELBOURNE MARKET. Tuesday, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
MELBOURNE MARKET. Tuesday, January 21. Fat Sheep. — Twenty-one thousand five hun dred were yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, from 8s 6d to 9s 6d j extra do at 10s 61 j good do from 7s to 7s 9d ; prime crossbred ewes, from 6s 6d to 7s 6d, extra at 8s 6d ; prime merino wethers, from 7s Gd to 83 6d ; good do from 5s 9d to 6s 9J ; second and lighter do from 4b 6d to 5s 6d ; inferior from 3s ; prime merino ewes, from 4s 61 to 5s 6d ; second do from 3* 6d to 4s ; inferior, from 2s. Fat lambs. — Seven thousand five hundred were penned. The supply was rather lighter than that of last week, bat the demand was wavering and unsteady, and on the whole no material alteration from last week's rates can be quoted. Prime sold at from Gi to 7a ; extra, 7s 6d to 8s 6d ; second, from 4s 6d to 5s 9.1 ; prime (shorn), from 4a 9d to 5a 9d ; extra, 6a 3d ; second (ahorn), from 43 to 4i 6d ; small and in« ferior, from Is 6d. Wednesday, January 2H. Fat Cattle. — 1420 yarded Qaotationn ?— Prime pens of bulloc...
CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
GHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND GO.'S REPORT. Wodonga Fortnightly Market. Messrs, CHA3. L, Griffith and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly market at their yards, Wodonga, on Tuesday, 21st inst., when they yarded 50 fat cattle and 60 forward store bullocks. Fat Cattle.— Best bullocks, to £5 12s ; others, from £4 10s 6d to £5; best cows, to £4 Is ; others, from £2 10s to £3 5s ; store bullocks in forward condition, to £4 Is, at which prices they sold lots for Messrs T. F. Cuiley, J. Considine, Neil M'Kay, and others.
THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 15. I [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED. Melbourne, January 15. Sheepskins. — The market for all skins suitable for shipping is extremely animated, and val aes were higher at recent auctions. Quotations : — Butchers' lambs, la 7d to 2s ; do green skina, to 5a 6d eachj crossbred pelts, 91 to Is 3d each ; merino pelts, good Is to Is 6d do, dry do ]^d to 2Jd per lb ; dry merino skins, short to medium 2Jd to 3$d per lb, woolled superior to 5d do ; dry fine crossbred skins, short to medium to 4d per lb, superior to 5d do ; dry rough crossbred, short to medium to 3id per lb, good to 4Jd ; lambskins, 3£d to 3-Jd per lb. Hides.— Quotations : — Victoi-inn salted, in ferior l£i per lb, ordinary to good 2d to 2Ji, heavies 10 extra 3d to 3Jd, kip 2:i to 2£d ; 'Vic- torian calf, heavy 2d per lb, light 2^d ; butchors' green ox hides, light to average 2d to 2^d per lb, heavies 31 to 4d, extra heavies 4d. cow hides l£d; cowtails, large Is 6d per doz, small 9d ; horsehair to la 2d per l...
STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MOBTGAGifl AND AGENCY CO. LIMITED. . Melbourne, January 15. Sheepskins. — Our quotations are :— Butchers' green lambskins fri 3a each, bu'.chers' green pelts from Is 6d to la 9d each (a few lots realising higher figures) ; boiling-down and butchers dry pelts, good from la 3d to Is 6d each (a few extra lots to higher prices) ; medium from 9d to Is each, inferior 3d to 6d each, and from 2Jd to 3d per lb. best lots other sorts from l.Jdto2d per lb. Hides. — Our quotations sre :— Butchers' green ox hides, light; lgd to 21 per lb, average 2d to 2Jd, heavies 3d to 4d 5 green cows I-Jd to 2d per lb ; Victorian salted, heavy 2fd to 3£d per lb, extra heavy and stout picked hidea realising up to 4$d. light salt 2Jd, kip 2d to 2Jd ; New Zea land up to 4.Ji per lb ; calf bkiua, if free from cuts and light to 2$d per lb, inferior lots and heavies from 2d to 2£d. Furred Skins.— Quotation (nominal) :— Kan- garoo — Grey to Is 6d per lb, average 9d to Is 3d, reds to 9d, fa...