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GREENSGUNYAH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
GREENSCUNYAH. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT ) The weather daring the past fortnight has been the hottest experienced here for many years, the thermometer registering daily from 100 to 112 in the shade, A thunderstorm passed over on Wednesday morning when 70 points of rain fell, which cooled the atmosphere for a time. More rain is still threatening. -Farmers are etill busy carting away their wheat. Some are storing anticipating higher prices. A considerable quantity has changed hands at from 83. 7d. to 4b. per bushel on truika at The Kock. The Greensganyah public school opened again on the 20th instant. During the past week car penters have been at work repairing damages done to the buildings by recent storms, A cricket match wbb played here on the 11' h instant between teams representing Jackson's Waterholea and Greensgunyah, and after an exciting game resulted in a win for the former club by three runs. The prinoipal scorers for the winning team were B. Low, H. Jackson, nnd Bogera ; ...
PLEASANT HILLS. TUESDAY, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
PLEASANT HILLS. (FBOM OUB OWN G0UBE8PONDENT.) Tuesday, Jaunary 21. Whooping cough, interspersed with some cases of pneamonia and bronchitis, io prevalen4 throughout the neighborhood, Three deaths among children linvo occurred since Christmas' Mecwa. 0. Pllta, W, Parapn (of Pleasant Hills), anfl Mr, 9, RiQfetes (^Jab BoQb&J Icalpg op? each. The attendance at tho schools has been small in consequence of the sickneBS since re opening after the Christmas 'vacation. Harvesting is completed, the average being about eight bushels. Most of the farmers are now busy cariiag wheat to the railway station for transit to market. The continued drought has caused the drying up of all grass, and most of the tankB are very low. A hard time ia feared for stock generally. At time of writing the weather is dull and threatening for rain. A petition is being forwarded to Sydney for the clearing of the Henty-Urangelioe road from the corner of Mr. Schumet's holding to Messrs. Johnson and Thomas's. T...
A NEW CHINESE LOAN. FLOATED IN ENGLAND AND GERMANY. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
A NEW CHINESE LOAM. ?-?**r ? ' -: . FLOATED IN ENGLAND AND '' , ..;-'- ..;.. GERMANY. London, January 19. ' -\ A fresh loan of £20,000,000 is required - /by Ohina to pay off further instalments of -, the Japanese war indemnity. . , The first loan of £16,000,000, offered in . July last, was guaranteed by Russia on the . security of tha Chinese Customs, and ~~ floated in Paris. Different arrangements, however, have 'been secured for tho new loan, which is to . be raised in England and Germany.
CULCAIRN. MONDAY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
GULCAIRN. (FBOM OUB OWN GOBBESPONDENT ) MONDAY, January 20. Oar ambulance class has shown itself useful in various ways, even in saving animal life Messrs. Fhelly and Carr were the means of saving the life of a greyhound much prized by the owner. The animal, in pursuing a bare, ran eome large splinters right through the neck, and was fast bleeding to death, when by the manipu ljation of a small stone end a handkerchief, the bleeding was stopped and the animal is as well as ever. The very hot weather we have esperienced of late haa caused a lot of oickneBS, On the 13th, the hottest day of the season, some of the children attending the public school were seized ?with colic. They had over-heated themeelvea (not a difficult matter with the temperature at 111 in the shade), and drank too much water. The teacher, however, UBed effective measures promptly, and all were well in about fifteen minutes, except one little girl who had a touch Of sunstroke. It was at first thought that the state...
CARRATHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
CARRATHOOL. (STANDARD COBBEBPONDBNT.) A strike among the workmen employed in the erection of the buildings for the meat works of the Graziers' Meat Export Company at Carra thool took place on Monday last. It seems that amongst the hands were two or three who for some time past had been endeavoring to foment a spirit of discontent amongst their comrades. The food was made the ground of complaint and a note was signed by the men asking for a re vision of the dietary scale and enclosing a list of articles they would like added to it. This liBt of rather formidable length was presented to the manager, Mr. Dickenson, who ou this occa sion, as on all others, showed himself ready to listen to any complaint and to do all hereascn ably could to meet the wisheB of the men* He agreed to allow certain of the articles wished for, but some of the items, such as essence o* lemon, &c , he would not allow. He also pro' mised to try to obtain green vegetables more frequently, but pointed out ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
If you cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea ' in your district;, write to D. Mitchell Mid Co., Clnrtnoe street, Sydney, who will arrnnge for a supply at onco through the lo ^al Gtorekeoper. All tbe city gates, at Canton ara closfd now at 6 p.m. and aro not opened again till morning en any excuse. Small parties of soldiery, or more correct 1 7 jjulif.iry police, carrying leaded revolvers and blunderbusses, patrol tl-.o streets of t'nd suburbs from from 5.30 u.713. fill r.H the street gales nro elo=ol for 1Iie night, which U i!one at an oarlior lioiuv than formerly, and, a=i in tin enso of the city gatos, thy ntreet gates are loL opened till - near morning,
DISTRICT NEWS. BERRIGAN. TUESDAY, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
DISTRICT NEWS. BERRIGAN. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) Tuesday. January 14. The weather since last writing has been ex. tremely hot, on Thursday last the thermometer registering 108 in the shade. At about 7.30 on that evening a thunderstorm came up, the lightning being very frequent and vivid. The rain accompanying the storm was not heavy. On Saturday and Sunday the heat was consider ably over the lOOdeg,. and hot winds blew. The thermometer at Mr. Creed's, Warmatta, at 5.80 yesterday evening was 92deg. The continuous heat has been severely felt, and the verandahs have been resorted to in preference to beds. The sitting of the Berrigan police court took place on Wednesday last before Messrs. O'Neil, P. M , and W. J. Greggery, J. P. James Augustus Kirwan, 20 years of age, was charged on remand with having entered the premises of Kobert Gardiner, storekeeper, on the night of December 25, and having stolen therefrom _42 5s 8d. in cash and cheques. Evidence was given by Senior-constable...
URANA. THURSDAY, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
URANA. j (OOBBESPONDENT JEBILDEBIE HBBALD.) Thubsday, January_16. When Mr. Brewer visited thiB town, a deputa- - tion, consisting of Messrs. Brett, 0. Oulley and ~ T. Smith, waited upon him, and explained that the telegraph wire, as at present constructed, greatly interfered with' the growth of the trees planted in the Btreets. Mr. Brewer said that he was approaohed on the same subject in othet places, people planting trees interfering with the telegraph wires, but upon being informed that the posts in Urana were shifted after the treea were planted, he thought this altered the aspect of the case, and he could promise to do his beBt *~~ to remove the line from places where trees were interfered with. Quite a flatter was caused here on Wednesday tho ccuse being the marriage of Mr. Richard Strahan, telegraph assistant, to Miss Tudden ham, of this town. The Church of England waa crowded, and the ceremony, performed by Rev. Mr. Drummond, very impressive. The bride looked charming, and t...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
TUBSBARUMBA. (FBOM OUR OWN C0BBE8PONDEKT. V , . Mr. D. Milne, Government Inspector of Mines, ;paid an official visit of inspection to this district .last week. Out of about 70 or 80 applications for Government batteriesonly four were deemed ?worthy of consideration, and this district was one 'of them. When the inspector visited Paddj's ' River, where most of the reefs are Eitnated, there was not a man at work, and the various claims presented saoh a porerty stricken appearance that it is feared the first impression of the plact could not have been a very favorable one. There has been little or no prospecting done on the field, and nothing to show that a batter} could be kept going six months out of -the year. The minera want a battery erected first and find the reefs afterwards, but their chances that way are very poor. Is it at all likely tie Government are going to expend two or three thousand pounds of public money without some substantial proof that it will pay for itself. find ...
ANOTHER TURKISH ATROCITY. WOUNDED ARMENIANS BURNED ALIVE. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
ANOTHER TURKISH ATROCITY. WOUNDED ARMENIANS BURNED /ALIVE. London, January 19. A fresh atrocity of a peculiarly horrible character is reported from Armenia. At Orfah, in the province of Aleppo, persecution of the Christian populace has been rife, and there have been serious con flicts between the Two races. A hundred Armenians, wounded in these encounters, are said to have been thrown by the Mos lems into a well. With shocking barbarity the still living victims ware then drenched with petroleum, which was afterwards ignited, and the bodies consumed. ( Intelligence is to hand of another shock ing piece of barbarity on the part of the Turks in Armenia. The native pastors attached to the American and Anglican mission churches at Marash, a town in Southern Armenia, on the River Jihun, have been put to death with fearful inhumanity. . . Both were first tortured by their Moslem persecutors, and the pastor of the American ' - mission was flayed alive.
WALWA GREEK. MONDAY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
: . WALWA GREEK. (PBOM OUB OWN OOBBEBPONDENT.) ??'??-?- Hohday, January 20, A meeting of the Walwa Greek Sports Com mittee wbb held in the Walwa public hall. After the above meeting was concluded, Mr. Jos. Hanna, sen., waa voted to the chair. After the election of several new members, it was decided to hold our annual sports at a date to be fixed about the 20th of March, and a very liberal pro gramme was arranged. The tender of Mr. W. Bixon, of the Red Bank Hotel, Jingellic, was accepted for the booth and catering. The B^cretary wao instructed to arrange with the Oorryong Brass Band re their attendance, and 'no doubt this was a Btep in the right direction, for this ought to prove a great attraction especially to the young people and the ladies. It was also decided to hold a ball in the hall at night. After a few smaller matters had been dealt with the committee resolved to hold an other meeting on the 3Oih inst. The meeting then terminated with the usual vote of thanka to theohair.<...
BANK EMBEZZLEMENT. £18,000 LOST IN GAMBLING. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
BANK EMBEZZLEMENT. £18,000 LOST IN GAMBLING. London, January 19. E. Purkess, ox-manager of the Woodford Green branch of the London Joint Stock Bank, who was committed for trial in December last on a charge of embezzling £18,000 of the bank's money, has been convicted. At the time of his arrest, on December 11, tho accused confessed bis guilt, and at the trial ho informed the Court that he contracted gambling habits, and lost the money iu that way. Purkess was sentenced to five years' penal servitude.
IMPROVEMENTS OF THE DANUBE. VIENNA ACCESSIBLE TO LARGE SHIPS. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
IMPROVEMENTS OF THE DANUBE, ... VIENNA ACCESSIBLE TO LARGE SHIPS. London. January 21. The extensive works undertaken some years back by the Austro-Hungarian Go vernment to improve the navigation of that , portion of the Danube lying between Orsova and Turn-Sovorin, known as the Iron Gates, are now approaohiug comple tion. The blasting operations, by which the ' ' most serious obstacles were to bo removed and a navigable channel 2 kilometres long, 2 deep, and 80 in width constructed, will be finished in September. By these works, which are being carried, out on plans submitted by a, Hungarian engineer, M. Wallandt, the largest mer cantile vessels afloat will be able to. navigate the river right up to Vienna.
AFFAIRS IN TURKEY. THE QUEEN WARNS THE SULTAN. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
AFFAIRS IN TURKEY. THE QUEEN WARNS THE SULTAN. - ' London, January 18. : Her Majesty the Queen has communi cated with the Sultan of Turkey, Abdul Hamid II., warning him of the conse- s quences that may ensue unless he takes action in the direction of restoring order in his dominions. The Queen has told the Sultan that his throne is endangered by his neglect to introduce the reforms which have been ^demanded by the Powers. The Sultan has replied to Her Majesty's communication stating that the reports which have been circulated of tbe mas sacres of Armenian Christians have been exaggerated. Mr. Gladstone and Sir William Har court, who were approached with a request that they would use their influence in order to stimulate Great Britain to take action in Armenia, have declined to accede to the request. ? ? ? ^ ?'.-??
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
CORRESPONDED. TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER Sir,— In your issue of yesterday your contributor 'Lippon Ddtim,' in writing on the respective fiscal systems of Victoria and New South Wales, comments favor ably on the Victorian protective sy&tem, from the fact that wheat is 5s. per bushel in Melbourne and 'only 4s. in Sydney. Wili you permit me sufficient . space to briefly * investigate tbose facts and show how they bear upon the different parties interested and affected. It is only very recently that Melbourne prices have risen appreciably over those ruling in Sydney — a fortnight ago they were given as equal (all but a fraction) in the Banner. As everyone connected with, or knowing adv thirjg about, farming knows the most severely pressed' farmers close bargains in order to obtain advances during the harvest. These, although among the more needful of assistance, plainly cannot participate in the present high prices; those who do reap the benefits are the better-to-do far...
NEARLY DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896
NEARLY DEAD. Charles May, manager of Netallie Station, reports that while driving in from Fulham Station be picked up a man on the track suffering terribly from thirst. He took the man on to the Government tank 20 miles from Wilcannia, afrer which he was brought oq bv coach. He is an Italian named Peter Baroffi, and is about 30 years of age He started from Cobar last week on foot for 'Wilcannia, for the purpose of trying to gel; work on the river steamers. He left; Fulham Station on Monday afc noon, and his water bag became exhausted on Tuesday at midday, and was picked up by May, hav ing been 23 hours without water. Baroffi describes his sufferings as something terrible. He started to undress himself. He took everything off but his trousers and singlet and walked barefooted for miles. He laid down about 10 a m. with his tongue and lips swollen terribly. Baroffi states that he intended to end his life by bleeding himself to death with a sheath knife if left an hour longer, as he cou...