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

HEAD OFFICE— LONDON. INCORPOlpTED 10th MAY, 1894. - -;i^§S CAPITAL AUTHORISED - ??? ?# - ...... £3,900,000. . '? \\ $!&$M : LIBEEAL CASH ^iD^£N(I©f OEf '^fcL, GKRAIN, &o?-B?l AUCTION SALES OF WOOL P/ERY^URSD^D SATURDAY flBOU^OUT THE SEASON. - ' ? f?: ^ All Proceeds of Produce PauTinto a Consignment Trust Amount, oif/of j^fch Owners are Paid. - f'-y? £{a ? — ... .. _-. ? ? . . ? - ? - ? t KBMOVAL OF GRAIN DUTIESC Each owner's consignment is stored by itself, and can be inspected */ up to date of Sale. ; *' AUCTION SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY? WOOL &GRAIN»AREHOUSES: gQyTH KENSINGTON. We have completed arrangements whereby constituents can store in bond at our -^ ^ Warehouses, :n Mi lbcurne, all grain consigned to our care. - '* /'Vr^V Three month's FREE STORAGE on all Grain received into Store OS ' 7'^ or before 81st March. ^ ~^-- 1 gjyp|j COLLINS STREET W., MELBOURNE, ]fil AUST^AsiAK^WeOL Stuffing MELBOURNE^ - WOOL If GRAIN ' ' ': SHEEPSKINS LEATHER TALLOW FURRED SK...

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

grofiesBional Hotices. CHEMIST, TOWNSEND-STREET. I THE ALBURY j| 1 |8 ?35 — F0R — ' as p| Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, H y Croup, Whooping Cough, p M and all pulmonary alfeetions. ;1§ g^- I mini ii in )i i mi ii i i in i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiini |.^5 !j| DOSE. — /?^e Teaspoonful every three or pg p3i four / m s and /es, \foi Children. i£^ |3 iiiii ik mi nun j ii i iiixitiiiiiiimmiiiini fe p5 1 TLI AI LD t SLY I)\ J-5 I ^le^H.PinnAHMlM.P.S. | || PJJAEMi ^EinpAL CHEMIST, p g ^ ALBl T^, NSW. p %. x '-- s ^ The abotffeufl the bes^ pis,^' ^t,i.9^e?.^,flfferea to the public, ana is recomme^^^jy^all who have tried it. Price Is. 6d., post free 2s. 6d. in .. stamps, | REGISTERED. \ To be obtained alao of FRANCIS LONG MORE, Chemist, Bourke-str eet East, near Russell Btreet, Melbourne. Pharmaceutical Chemist, SURGI(p.L & MECHANICAL DENTIST, BE(xf3i|'espectf allgjto notify to the inhabitants .ogiAlbury arif& the snrronnding district that ^P has KEpptNED from AMERICA, wher-...

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

Provisions, &oo ? £R &- £s . £s 6s ^ -sj &] «? *t-_ ^ «1 Q on't fail to read this to the end ; Reflect 1 'tis written by ^friend. ' / , W h^gS^bs to see youjf|care-.w6rn faeea, J^RcT at your jgevviee giggly places --''U nfaiIingv;fC?cl, ^liat sh'Sn dispel ffliini carefroM those-\vho raavkJiis&x well. JfH&tired ruyi hopel/^s hous/^rf'ie /pise, S OSS*1 notico^^lS ofrjNatuve's la\y^ go sure all things //eie meant li^gES^ A nd obtaining helms truly wise. K now then ; all Ejjl faced woman-kind, { f you'd enjoy a tfanquil mind ; f$ ever depressed by soddened bread ; (J nawed at in wrath by him you've wed. p ies, hard as dishes they've. been made in ; 0 r cakeB like brittle jars of Leyden. ty hy ; read the initials of this rhyme ; 1 |) live to the storei whate'er the time, ? £ nquire for powder, DR. WAUGH'S,, -£' -- U eturn.and bake, and Bave your jaws. v Ct'r-r — — '— ? —— — — ? — -^ — ^r^^m^?^.^'^-^'^-^^^-^^-'' -''?l:-'-1 ^?^?---'--^^'j-'-m^-7T;rr^...

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 — 24 January 1896

Directors : E. F. MITCHELL, Esq., v Chairman. SAIATfllEL BOOTH, Esq. WILLIAM CAIN, Esq. -?????? Han.N.FITZGEEALD, M.L.O. A. W. ROBERTSON, Esq. Hon. HENRY. MORT, M.L.O. . ___i___._ .'?'?...' ':. '??'..., ';.'. :' .. ? ; ???=-.. ???:-:-'-$^'^0^§ MBLBQJOTrf'WOOL WARBHOUSEfliND HEAD OPPIOB. .- - ? : ':???{.-* ? : ?y]'.':--i&^ ^-?i^ISpl LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Ensmlg Clip of W^t^iid on STATION SEOUJRITIE^ : ; ' ; J ;:|||^ REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, GR|I, HIDES, 8KIN8, TALLOW, AMD OTHER PRODUCE. l||^J Prpceeds of Sales held in Trust and used specially for payments to j^ents. Returns rendered With promptness. All Consignments protected ^Wei'felCSiiii Valuations of the Company's Experts prior to sale, thus Jaaranteeing the realisation of Full Market 'Value. The Company confines its ?_ ?-. ^^^x-i ??'.-.';? -;;^SxS^I^ Business STRIOlLjf to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY. ., - .. ' ?- ? :^^^|^^ NO CARTAGE CHARGED ON CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL RECEIVED. BY RAIlk STEAMER AT MELBOURNE. ...

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

THE MOSQUITO PLAGUE. Perhaps the most disagreeable rarb of the recent heat was the inosquito plague, writes the Newcastle Herald. Old residents of Newcastle cannot remember any occasion on which this pest was more troublesome. The mosquitoes were smaller than usual, but none the less effective at blood- sucking. Some young children and babiea were so terribly bit ten that their faces gave every indication, of the measles. Bad aa it was in the city, the plague was ten times worse in. tbo suburbp, the. patches, of, bush yiejldjng ojtdiuk of MlQRV

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. The Government has extended the term of service of Mr. Acting Judgo Cohen for six months. Two hundred tons of ice were consumed in Sydney oa Monday. The supply was not equal to the demand. Since the Land Act of 1895 was brought into operation 35 improvement leases have 'been granted under it, covering an area of 4bU,ayu acres. Ex- Premier Parkes vigorously opposed the £10,000 grant to Sir- John Robertson. He declared it a dangerous precedent of political morality, Coolgardie visitors to Sydney declare . that the heat on the goldfielda is not nearly as irksome as the heab recently experienced in Sydney. Peter Benito, widely known through out the pastoral districts of Qneensland as ' Peter the Spaniard,' died iu the Bowen Hospital on Friday, aged 106. At present 1500 unemployed are en- ( gaged in shifting sand at Centennial-park, but it is the intention of the Government to draft them away to public woiks at the earliest opportunity. The Minister of Jus...

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

VICTORIA. A crushing of 30 tons of stone from a new find north of the Samaritan, Glen Wills, yielded l5Ooz. of retorted gold, being the result of two men's work for a month. In tho winze under the No. 2 level in the Democrat miue the stone shows rough gold freely, and is remark ably free from mineral. Two men named Thomas Fincher and John Hartley have been arrested at Sey mour on suspicion of haviDg stolen six horses found in their possession. Two of the horses bear tho registered brand of Collendina station, near Corowa, and the. remaining four are also believed to be from tho Seymour district. A disastrous fire occurred on Thursday, 16th inst, at Hurdle Flat--, four miles from Beechworth, resulting in the total de-^ struction of tho Victoria Hotel, as well as a store and bulcher'd shop and its cou tents. The premises were occupied by James Bacon, who has lost all, none of his goods being insured. Tho premises,, however, were insured in the Norwich Union office for £300. General sy...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. John Davies, one of the prospectors of the London mine, which was recently sold foe a large sum of money to an English syndicatej was garroted in Coolgardie on Friday night and robbed of bank deposit receipts to the value of £30,000. At the Adelaide police court on Friday the Adelaide Live Stock Insurance Co. Limited waB charged with neglecting to comply with section 29 of the Companies Act 1892. It was stated that the com pany did not forward to the registrar of companies a Hat and summary as required by section 29. The Crown Solicitor said the company was very much of the bogus order, and thought the public, who had considerable interest in the insurance of horses and cattle, should have some, knowledge of tbe workings of such an in stitution. The shareholders were five, in number, four holding one share each and the secretary the rest, or 996. Frederick Powell, the accountant, had no books to show the operations of the company, and all the shareholders were direc...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. The Kitchen Garden.— Before planting ?cabbages many growers make a puddle of clay Sad soot, then dip the plants in it ; this method seems to assist in keeping the plant ia dry weather. The planting of potatoes s'aonld now go on. Those that have sprouted require careful handling to prevent irjury to the voune shoots. By attending to this the I ctop arrives at maturity much earlier. All | Baeds that are coming through the ground [ should have the soil between the rows well i hoed and the seedlings well watered, to pre E ' vent check of growth. If they become at all [ stunted they rarely recover. All spare pieces | ' of ground should be well dug and manured in preparation for crops to be planted in the f autumn. Any root crops that have attained . sufficient siza, occupying ground required for other purposes, may be taken up and placed in a cool shed, and deeply covered with soil. They will remain freah and sound for a considerable time. Another ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Are you thinking of viBiting the old country'.? If so, go by the MeseagerieB Maritimes, that is, .the French mail .steamers. See their list q£ sailings published in this paper, and write for .Call particulars to company's offlca, Queen's Corner, .Pitt-street, Sydney. SORB EYES! ! Beyond doubt MORRIS'S .-IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT ia still thjfafest, speediest and/ best remedy iu existed©. Fop over fifty yqris ^V'.'y'w'Qrked really^'jlarvellous .ourea in the^e cbionieEM^B teetimon' ../will show. Every household if^advieed to«^;ep a supply always rta hand, and^mediahli/vrpp]y it whea^* weakens or eoreness i j felt through dust, heajj^ flies^xpoBuriUo,Bb-yyi'or cold, -;'.ioeo8ive readpg ^ or writing, &c, tond tbua eave/j'urthor trouh}^^^& 1 expense, Avoid all injitn^onta and Bub^ltutefiJI .. ' oitored ia placo of thisi'vahinble Oi'i4^.^^\ !' ' Hftvinet aiood, the eavcrco tcbt ql time, nafttmj.y can afford to ba wither 7Jt. Sojd everywhere U\ pqtB, J5s,,' Eont'U»?tnr'.aU^iciq...

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

CHESS NOTES. According to the Brooklyn Standard Union of November 24, Pillsbury received a letter from Tachigorin prior to his departure from New York en rowto for St. Petersburg. This waa written to acquaint him with some minor changes that had been made in the plans of the Russian club. There were to be four players only, and each of those- was to play six games with every other— three with tha first move, and three without. The four playera were to bo Las ker, -Pillsbury, Stelnlia, and Tscbigorin, and there were to be font prizes. These were to be of the respective values ol 250 lol., ISOdol., lOOdol., and SOdol., together with bonus additions at the rate of SOdol, for each win. twice lOdol. for each draw, and ^JJol. for eaoh loss. The play waa to begin on December 8. Ic la Dcssibto that] the date meant waa December 8 Russian style —corresponding to December 20 In the other countries of Europe and in America.

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

A DIFFERENCE OF METHOD. An incident fa related of a woman who was one day calling at a bridal home, psetty in its freshness and novmean. As the guests SfQSQ to take leaVCi tho yoiung hQQ?ofeeeppB walhietf. to |Ji(j ilfj^ of |t$ jitjl \ytik Jssfy fj,ndj (3^§ing eoj^Q duat In the corners, and being anxious, no | doubt, to vindicate herself from supposed ., I csrelessnese, exclaimed — ' Oh, dear ; how pro- ' j voking servants are! I told Mary to sweep I thia place thoroughly, and now look at it !' I The wise friend said kindly — ' Grace, I am an - old: housekeeper. L3t me give you a bit of advice. Never direct people's attention to defects. Unlesa you do so they will rarely see them. Now, if I had been in your place, and noticed the dust, I should have said, 'How blue the sky is !' Then my callers would look at that as I spoke, and bo get safely down the steps and out of sight.'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HOW TO MAKE THE JUICE OF LEMONS KEEP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

HOW TO MAKE THE JUICE OF LEMONS KEEP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURT BANNER. Sir,— When you are putting in so many: ?useful things about farming, could you not= Jtlndly for the benefit of the public give la» Btructions how to make the juice of limes and lemona keep. 1 preBS out the juice and put it into bottles, but it always turns mouldy. Yet £ know there in some simple way of making It keep for years. Could you not kindly let me know. — Youra, &o., A. -[One method U to bottle bdc', .pour a slight covering of Balad oil on the jjvjlce in the neck of the bottle, and when wanted for use take a piece of cotton wool and absorb the oil. Another method we heard of la to atand the filled bottles, minus cork?, In a saucepan of oold water, put on the fire and boil for 15 minutes to destroy the gsrms in the -]uice, then seal the bottles, You might also try the B itlfermentine. PoBaibly Bome of our farmers' wives know of methods they have found suc cessful, if so they would greatly oblige...

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

1HE STOCK-POT. ; Stock Is the technical name for a clear broth used as the foundation for soups and sauces-. &c. (remarks a lady in a iLoadon oontempo-; rarj'). The stock-pot Is generally looked; upon with dread by young housewives, and; clear soup— that Is to say, a transparent amber-oolored If quid, delicately flavored — Is a thing one very rarely Bees. The expense is often urged as on excuse, but more often than not it is the EagliBh cook's utter want 0) knowledge how to set about mattera In the right way. By judiqious management of the otock-pot, and with an allowance of about Cib. of stock meat per week, it is perfectly possible even for a largo family to indulga in the UnsjitfSr* ol h.n¥i88 » g&?d aim doup v/lth -?.... 1.1. 11 in ijl 1 !i mill urn 1 ik'UlA*^yiailWiA'lBJ4(li!i^M^!^!Ji^J^'i::''r'J1 I with white soups and pure' as for the other days. With regard to clear con8omto6, It is a great mistake for the flavor of the meat to V. e too prominent; the soup sh...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. 578. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. 578. R to Q's 7. ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHESS. PROBLEM 580. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

? CHESS. PROBLEM 580. WHITE. BLACK. White to play and mate in two moves.

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

GINGER BEER. I Take 101b. sugar, 9oz. lemon juice, £'b. I honey, llcz. braised ginger root, 9gal. water, I 3pintsyeaat. Boll the ginger half an hour in I lgal. water, then add the rest of the water and | the other ingredients ; and strain it when cold, | Add the white of an egg beaten, and \rz. I essence of lemon. Let it stand four days. I Then bottle ; and It will keep many months. I

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

PRUDERY IN AM OMNIBUS. i All have their exits and their entrances. — ~ , 1 It is a treat to see Prudery get into an omnl- » | bus. Of course she rfjacta the hand held cub to her by male civility — it might give her a Bqueeze. Neither does she take the vacant seat ; but looka for a seat if possible between an innocent little girl and an old woman . Ia ^ the meantime the omnibus moves on, Prudery totters — makes a snatch at Civility's nose — or his neck — or anywhere— and, missing her hold, rebounds to the other side of the vehicle, and plumps down iu a strange gentleman's lap. True modesty would have escaped ail 1 these indecorums. |

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

SALE AT ALBURY. Wednesday, Febbuaby 26. ootjntby lot. Portion 120 of 200a, parish German ton. Up Bet price, £2 5s per acre (including £48 15s, value of improvements).

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ELECTION. I The following nominations were received up ms to yesterday afternoon :— For President, Dr. ||| Andrews and Mr. J. Wilkinson. For Yice- §i President, Mr. G. A. Thompson, Dr. Woods, Mr. ? || W. N. M. Edmondson. For Treasurer, Mr. J. §| H. Paine. Fnr Comrnittea, Mes?rs. W. Radford, . Iff E. A. Heath, F. W. Tietyens, J G. Batstone, D. If P. Watson, J. Brann, R. A. PottB, G. H. Billeon, §§| Senior-sergeant Grngeon, T, H, Griffith, E, . §§§ Soanlan, J. F. Maloney, T. F. Hughes, W. N. M, §§| Kdmondson, Dr, Woods, W. J, Parsons, W. J, ? B| Jones, A. Crisp, H, SrHewijins, H. Pawd, John' W- jp; A'

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