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LAND NOTICES. APPROACHING SALES OF CROWN LANDS. SUMMARY OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

LAND NOTICES, ? APPROACHING SALES OF GROWN LANDS. ? : ? -3- ? 8UMMARY OF SALES. Place. Date of Sale. j^elw Albury ? Feb. 26 868 Balranald ? Feb. 26 858 Denilig.uin ? Jan. 29 777 Deuiliquin ? Feb. 26 858 Parkes. ? Jan. 28 777 Tocumwal ? Jan. 25 777 Tdmut.i. ... .. Jan. 29 777 Tirana... ... ... Jan. 29 777 Wagga Wagga ... Jan. 29 777

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The following is a summary of advertisements which appear for the first time in this issue : — Annual races at Tallangatta 11th and 12th February ; Junce Races 19th and 20th February ; Riverina Grammar School reouens 4th February ; annual meeting of Albury Mechanics' Institute 30th January ; Corryong show let aud 2ad April ; Mr. R, Abraham's business for sale by tender ; rac'-s at Jindera 27ch Jauu-ry ; ten ders invited for tank excavation ; Messrs. C. Hardy and Co., timber merchants, Wagga Wagga ; Messrs. Fj J. Gorman and Co sell land at Berrigan, 20th February ; Kooralbyn estate uear Young for sale ; Sydney Grammar School ; Mr. J. Thomas is a candidate for a seat in the council j Mr. C. M, Hall.- dentist, recommences his visits to Albury j annual meeting of Broo kong Farmers' Union 1st February ; municipal revision court 28th January ; Meesrs. A. A. Piggin and Co. hold skin salo 25 h January, and Oorowa market 28th January ; meetings of Howlong Sohool of Arts a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALLEGED THEFT OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ALLEGED THEFT OF WHEAT. At Walbundrie on 16 h inet, Jas. Andeieon, E Iward Smith, and Joe Smyth were charged with stealing ten bags of wheat, the property of Herbert Bromfiald. Herbert Bromfielcl de posed : I hava land under wheat ; on 2 id Januaiy T sent word to tbe Howlong police that ten hags cf wheat had been stolen from a heap stacked r-ear the Goombargana and How Innp! roar? ; the; wheat was wrrt'a ;£7 10j. W- il liana Lueb, sheep drover, deposed : I re member 27 ih December ; it rained that night ; I left my house next morning early for Mr. Bromfield's ; I saw tha track of a dray and followed the tr?ck to a heap of wheat in Mr. Bromfiold's paddock ; the track turned round tbe fence near Mr. Bromfield'a wheat Btack ; When returning I followed tbe tracks 'which were going in the direction of Miss Edwards's farm. Wm. Middleton, wheat bnyer, deposed : Prisoner Smith came to m9 with a ticket for s-ima wheat and asked for payment on 3ed inst ; I paid him:by cheque ^18 18 1. ; he si...

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

J1EIR0SE NOTES, This summer to far has been the hottest ex perienced in the Condobolin district for years, the thermometer reaching as high as 117deg. ia the shade. At Tinda Tank the highest reached under a bark roof was HOdeg., while at Mayfield, a distance of six mile*-, 119Jeg. was registered under an iron roof. The hot winds have been severe «pon vegetation, and the country is look ing very dry, still stock so far have held their own very well, and water, as far as this district is concerned, is plentiful, but I believe towards Parkep it is getting very scarce, and I am in formed that in the neighborhooi of Trundle sheep can be bought very cheap owing to the ontinued dry weather. A thunderstorm passed over the district last Thursday, accompanied by heavy wind and rain, the fall varying from a few points to about an inch, several tanks in the neighborhood being filled to oveifljwing. Tbe crops around here d.d not turn out as well aa expected Owing to tbe dry season the wallaby pe...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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COROWA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

COROWA RACE CLUB. ^--U ''r\: * ANNUAL MEETING. . ; The annual meeting of members of the Corowa Race Club was held on. 16th inst. at tha Australian Hotel, those present being Measrs. ?E. Wilson (in the chair), E. R Nicolson, 8. J. ' Chenhall, C. T. Brewer, H. OglMe, K. F. Gardner, H. Hay, Burney, H. Clayton, B. King, B. Smith, 8. Stevens, E, Elliot, arid Dr. Lang (secretary). The minutes of last annual meet ing were read and confirmed. The auditor's re - port was presented as follows : — ' ?' Corowa, January 16, 1896. j ' ' «» To the Members of the Corowa Race Club. 11 Gentlemen,— I beg to report having examined , ', your books and accounts laid before me by the assistant secretary, and will bo. glad if you will v authorise me to pass the following items :— (1) Amounts due for entries, acceptauces, and -'' ? sweeps ; (2) race course rent account ; (3) 1,_ N amounts paid to horseowners for stakes won, re ?'''''' ceipts not having been given or taken ; (41) : '? . Bundry payments made ...

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

VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. O?ROM OtTtt OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Both Houses mot on Tuesday after the short holiday recess. In the Upper House the debate on the second reading of the Treasury Deposits Interest Bill wag resumed. The measure pro vides that the interest paid by the Government to the Commissioners of the Savings Banks on all money deposited shall not exceed 4 per cent per annum. Under the existing Act all moneys deposited at the Treasury by the Commissioners are 'subject . to conditions mutually arranged. Tha debate extended over some time, every hon. member who spoke strongly condemned the bill andlurged its withdrawal. Ultimately tha debate waB adjourned foi a week. The Moolap Land Leasing Bill next occupied attention. Ttris biil grants to Mr. CaeethTim 630 acres of land near Geelong for 75 years at £32 a year rental on condition that not less than £15,000 is spent on improvements. At present Mr. Cheetbam has a 14 years' lease, and pro duces salt of the bast kind. The only objac...

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

IS THE GREAT ' ' '= Blood-Purifier, ''* , ? -_? —AND— STRENGTH^BUILDER. tit a 1 1 a c k a i^. and breaks up ^y^k every humor, M\ cures skin erup \M\ lipf$, restores Vi W^'-iausted vital '- \ y,4, and drives ff s,f out every ele y r^-a ment of disease. - - ,/yW Sufferers from f*ff iiidigestion.gon Y eral debility, or t^w'Uuv^lS^- ail ment arising from impur'e-'DiootiV'sTiould take . Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It gives strength to the weak, and builds up the system gener ally. By its use food is made nourishing, sleep refreshing, and life enjoyable. HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE World's Great Expositions. Made by Dr. J.C.Ayer & Co., LoweU,Mass., U.S.A. BHP'Beware of cheap imitations. The name — ILyor's Sarsaparilla— is prominent on the wrapper, and is Blown in the glass of each of our bottles.

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CONCERNING THE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CONCERNING THE HANDS. ' It is so distinguished, so aristocratic,' ex claims the hero of a modern novel, speakiug of his mistress's hands — ' It is so distinguished, so aristocratic to possess a beautiful hand. I even think at times that there is something symbolic in it. Those hands, with their tapering fingers and unrivalled purity of out line, seem the pymbol of the magic power, the mystorlous dominion, that the human epirlt holds and exercises, without the intervention of material fores, over all those visible things that are the creation of God by a direct act of His will, and which man, aa the instrument of God, improves and completes.' And not ouly hm the bond tjbU (symbolic moaning in its re la^PR to th© '.niycisg {j«oyn Uwpofi $«mw)t but it is, so to say, the eign manual of ihe in dividual set to the declaration of his character which is written in the lines of his counten ance, in the expression of his features, in his gesture^ his carriage, his walk. It Is the epitomised e...

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

GOSSIP. It doesn't pay to gosaip about one's neigh bors'} -let us have only kind thoughts and good Wishes i and good words for every one, and he Bare to lend a helping hand whenever occasion Cills for it. la trying to lighten another's burden wo forget our owa, and the kind thoughts we send out come back to us like echoes. Ode of the largest dairy concerns of north west India is In Allahabad and is owned and managed by Miss Frances Abdulla, the daughter of a well-known Araba chief. The young lady also carries on the ' All Abdulla atables,' and the Zie Memorial Institute, a temporary home for gentlewomen seeking em ployment. Mrs. CharleB Green, of Baltimore, Is havirg built at 0 d Orchard, Maine, a ' seaside rest ' for missionaries of all churches when recruiting irom their labors. They will be expected to pay 75 cents a day for their lodging?, which will be furnished with every comfort and luxury. Their meals will be frse. The place is beautifully fitted upf aud it is expected that ...

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THE HOUSE. HEALTHY HOMES. VALUABLE PRACTICAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

. r THE HOUSE. '*'', . ; 'U HEALTHY HOMES. . m ' ,: j SOME VALUABLE PRACTICAL HINTS. '. * .' ' The following is the text of the interesting ,';'' r ' and instructive lecture delivered recently at Wesley Church, Melbourne, by Dr. Gresawell, - s ' of the Victorian Board of Public Health : -I j- .-__ am here, not to deliver a very formal lecture, but, as I hope, to speak in plain words on some plaid matters of fact. Healthy Homes : L3t us first confiider the ol jact aimed at in the constructing of our hemes. The olj^ct pri marily is to obtain Bbelter. We don't like continued exposure to excessive heat, cold, ?light, violent winds, or heavy rains ; and lower animals show openly enough dislikes of a Bimilar kind. But, while sheltering ourselves In our homsB against inclement elements of the weather, we must be careful not to exclude ourselves too much from the outdoor light and outdoor air; otherwise we cannot er-j --y health. - We must also obtain healthy sites, or at least protect ours...

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HINTS FOR HOME DRESSMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

I HINTS FOR HOME DRESSMAKERS. It is particularly necessary in working wUH ' - silks and other fabrics delicate in color and ??:?! texture (mys a writer on the above subset) to ? have a special room for tbe work, to have the i work-table and sewing machine perfectly c!earrj r with a large sheet to spread over the work when laid aside and a Becond large sheet to be laid over the floor of the workroom. In join ing tbe seams of the skirt it is an excellent plan to have a strip of muslin—less than bait an inch will be sufficient — laid between the machine foot and the silk lest a stray drop cf oil should drop from the maohine. Tbe sew* ing in of thiB will in no way interfere with tha fit, heoause tbe muslin Is too tbin, though of sufficient thickness to prevent it jury from oil, ? Ab a court bodice diffdrs so thoroughly from a high bodice our readers may be glad to have some particulars. Oae peculiarity is that there is but a single dart, and* the dart seam Is Car*i lied quite the length...

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

If yoa cannot obtain ' Mjfa Tea ' in yovr district, write to D. Mitchell anil Co., Cluonco sfcreet, Sydney, who will arrange for a supply at once through the local storekeeper. - Iiver Complaints. — Dr. King's Dandelion and Quinine Liver Pills, without Mercurv, arc a potent remedy ; remove all Liver and Stomach Cotup'aidts, Biliousness?, Headache, Sickness, Shoulder Painp, Heartburn, Indigestion, Con stipation. Mailo only in London, b'old every where — rApvr.l V fcNO'S 'rBUlT SALT' '.us been /puna an excellent (fvruet'ro to tho igisfvo ovans, an&jjgis in the CoMfiies, p Tndi \c md in So'yh Amer'c'^C*.* has a lajf^ly,f 'leaumr ftli\ It v^balte^ by -*mm?* than ' ihjn } ' a \d air (pr tho G 'i'^Tpi^f^^g numorous cotniUUiuj^ all over tb J''*u , /fd^^js JJ? tec )gnised not 01 ly * j n Boficshinp. jut also^SS1 . a stimulating: drink ^-European Mail. * gold by ftfk|)hemiBts and Stores, ? i ? -I.-HI I III I I'liinniliFfPHPIUl'Urp)''!1 ,' ' V . ? _i. I. I. iiii..n)i..r.i i- — t ? ? '...

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OUR FIRST SAILOR KING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

OUR FIRST SAILOR KING. Carausins was the first to claim and win for our island the sovereignty of the sea. This hero and guardian of a nation's naval infancy was born of humble parentage down in St. David's, or Menevia, where, in earliest childhood, his thoughts and long ings gained inspiration from the roar of the ocean waves that surged and dashed against the rock-bound shores and gloomy cliffy of wild West Wales. For him the sea held secrets and promised great things, and ever sang of freedom, success, honour, power, and kiug-craft. Itscurlingwaveletsbeckoned him away — away from the desolate Welsh coast to scene of piratical excitement and tbe enthusiasm of sea warfare. Its long, white-crested rollers urged him to follow their hoarsely roaring voices, and become either their willing slave or yielding master. Sometimes, in the darkling evenings and the purple or fog-laden twilights of the mysterious long ago, the boy listened to witching etorie3 from the stern lips of veteran and...

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BY A CONQUERING WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

BY A GONQUERING WILL. ' Many are the stories told of the way in which Pifct, the first Earl of Chatham, frightened and silenced those who attempted to criticise his speech or action in any way. On one occasion a member of the House of Commons made nse of the phrase, ' King, Lords, and Common^, or' — directing his gaze towards Mr. Pfctt — 'as that right honorable . member would cell them, ' Commons, Lords, and King.'' Mr. Pitt rose with great deliberation, ' . . , and called to order. ' I have frequently heard in this House doctrines which have surprised me,' he said, ' but now my blood runs cold. I desire the words of the honorable member may be taken down.' The clerk of the House wrote the word?; ' Bring them to me !' commanded Mr.J Pitt. By this time the offending member was thoroughly frightened. 'Sir,' he said, addressing himself to the Speaker, ' I am sorry to have given offence to the right honorable gentleman or to the House. I meant nothing. King, Lords, and Comm ns ; Lords,...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. MOMBASI THE ZULU EXILE. AND HOW HE SHOWED HIS GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CHILDRErS GOtUim M0MBAS1 THE ZULU EXILL AND HOW HE SHOWED HIS GRATITUDE. 'Ah, yonder you are, my fine fellow !' Ralph Ferguson crouched down behind n bush on the summit of a knoll command ing a wide view of the surrounding plain. Behind him, some twenty yards away, stood his Zulu servant, holding a horse by the head, the poor dumb creature tremb ling violently ; and no wonder, for a moment previously the sileDce of the Afri can twilight had been rudely broken by the deep vibrating roar of a lion. Ralph had ;' instantly dismounted, and, rifle in hand, advanced in the direction whence the sound proceeded. ^: From where he now crouched the lion, stood in full view, about 30 yards off. ?'\ , Something else, was also visible, the sight ot which sent a tremor through the boy. That something was a big Zulu, prostrate ;-: ; upon the ground beneath the brute's claws, , ? and bleeding profusely from wounds in his lv.-' shoulders, arms, and legs.' ,'' Steadying himself, Ralph took careful aim ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. CHECK SILK DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE LADIES' COLUMN. CHECK SILK DRESS. This la a styliah design for the fashionable check and 11 iwerad glacd siik3 now worn, or It could ba reproduced In crepon, &c. The seven-gored skirt is arranged for 22-inch eilk- measuring 5| yards round the hem, and it is to bo cut without a seam down osntre, while each of tha other gores should have iheir front edce placed to the selvedge. Use the pattern for cutting the lining and siik, which make up together, then bem lower edge, and trim the front breadth with. two lengthways bands of ribbon, termiuating at the end with rosattes. The back would uq-iire entirely interlining with horsehair cloth ; then, after gathering the waist fulness, draw it through the hand to form four flutes, which catch here and there a-few inches below the hips on to a piece of tape or elas'Jc to regulate the- fulness. The boolca haaa tight- fnting lining, tha under-arm Bide pirca of which is to be again used for cutting the ei'.k, then the silk front and ba...

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

GAVE HIM GRIT. ? ? _49» ? ' ?.-. Henry Ward Beecher certainly owed a debt of gratitude to his master in mathe matics, not only for the knowledge acquired through his tuition, but for lessons tending to strength of character. He tells this story to illustrate the instructor's method. 'That lesson must be lernt' the master used to say in a very quiet tone, but with--' terrible intensity. All explanations and excuses he trod under foot with utter scorn fulness. ' I want that problem ; I don't want any reasons why I don't got it,' he would say. ',I did study it two hours.' 'That's- nothirg to me ; I want the lesson. You need not study it at all, or you may study it ten hours, just to suit yourself. I want the lesson.' It was hard for a timid boy, says Beecher, but it seasoned him. In less than a month I had the most intense sense of intellectual independence, and courage to defend my statements. His cold and calm voice would fall upon me in the midst of a demonstration — ' No !' I hesit...

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

RUTHERCLEN. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT. ) The weather.still continues dry and hot, We have only bad half an inch of rain for some con siderable time. Water is very scarce. I deeply regret to note the death of one of (i* Hot) the oldest residents of the district, Mr. D jnald Brown. From his first arrival here he proved himself to be a real live man, always to the fore in matters tbat were calculated to advance the prosperity of the district. Hie ideas on all matters were advanced and practical. Therefore his labours have bom much fruit. He waB on the first road board that went to Wangaratta for a separation, which was success f al. He was the first shire secretary, and con tinued to the time of his death to take a keen interest in shire matters, and was up to his end the local shire auditor. He leaves a wife and grown up family to mourn their loss. A Miss Powell, an elderly maiden lady, died very sud denly last week. The excessive heat has had much to do with thejtwo above deaths. E...

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CONQUEST OF KAFIRISTAN. THE AFGHAN AMEER VICTORIOUS. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CONQUEST OF KAFIRISTAN. THE AFGHAN AMEER .-;''/ VICTORIOUS. r London, January 20. '' ; The Ameer of Afghanistan, Abdur - { Rhman, who a few weeks ago assembled three separate armies for the purpose of conquering Kafiristan, a country lying between the Hindoo Koosk Mountains and. ' ; the Indian frontier, has brought his cam paign to a successful conclusion. England raised no objection to the enter prise, and the Ameer has accomplished the complete subjugation of the country. *r .i i mil i i i n i ii ? ? ii

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

TOGUMWAL (FBOM A OOBBESPONDBNT.3 We have dropped down quietly since the raceB to our usual plodding ways. I can't say we have been too lively through the intense heat experienced for the last few days, but we have had about 70 points of rain, and so we are thank ful. The harvest is over and the wheat yield will : average about 16 bushels per acre. There will be a very large area put in this season. It iB a mystery that some enterprising man does not erect a Sour mill here, It would be a splendid speculation and a great boon to Tocumwal, which is gradually but certainly forging ahead, There ib a sale of town allotments on the 25th inst., and I believe every lot will be bought by business men. Since the bridge has been opened no person would credit the immense amount of trafllo to and from Victoria, Finley annual races wore run off last week and were well attended, Mr, Waltor WhUehead won j&o Einley Handicap with Thqoromf end nlljQfWBtf 9 PQty Wo for % hjglj fl^urp, JE bdJejQ ...

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