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TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BAHNEB... Sir, — 'Would you kindly publish this letter in your valued journal regarding a wonderful delivery of sheep given to mo by my drover, C. H. Eatcliffe, of Tnmut. The following is a curtailed description of the trip : — He took delivery upon the 28. h October last of 20,743 ewes at Terywinya, which station is situated a distnnoo of 80 miles tho other side of Ivanhoe, and about 550 miles from Lore, and delivoied th^ni upon the 15th and 16 ill Jauuary, 1S9G His losses weru only 145 head, all of which were accounted fov. The shoep wero all in fair condition oml livoly. After loavui^ Terywioya ho experienced both f\ drought of grass and water, and in many instances only got enough water for his men to drink. Such a delivery as above stated is sufficient guarantee of Ratcliff ' s ability as a drover, and 1 can heartily recommend him to any persons requiring his services in that capacity. — I remain, yours faithfully, W. 0. WEBB, Manager. Tooma Station,...

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

STOLEN MUTTON. At the Warren police court, before Messrs. F. C. Thompson at d Dr. 'Wilson, Js.P., Isaac and David Gale, special area holders on the boundaries of Egelabra, and about one and a-half miles from 'Warren, were charged by Sergeant Kenny with being in possession of a quantity of mutton, being in all nearly two carcasses^ the same reasonably sup posed to have been stolen. In his evidence Sergeant Kenny stated that his suspicions had been excited by something, andon Sunday hediscovered themutton on the premises of accused, and subsequently arrested them, and charged them with the above offence. Prisoners were unde fended, and both pleaded not guilty, and urged that the meat found had been purchased from local butchers ; but this plea was clearly disproved by Mr. T. Fowler and Mr. 'W. New, the butchers named ; and eventually the bench held the charge was fully established and fined the defendants' £25, or six months' imprisonment. David Gale was further charged with stealing ...

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

TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir,— Kindly answer the following':^— 1. Settlement leases I don't understand the meaning of. Is it land that may he taken up as c.p. and c.l. as under the old Land Act ? 2. Is there any land open on Bigo run 30 miles from Narandera ? OLD SUBSCRIBER. [1. Settlement leases are let in blocks not exceeding 1280 acres in the case of agricultural land, or 10,240 acres in the case of land fit only for grazing. The land must be fenced within five years. The term of the lease is for 28 years, during which residence is continuous. At the end of that term the lessee has tenant right in improvements. The lease cannot be assigned or sublet without the Minister's consent. The rent is 1^ per cent, on the capital value. 2 All land in Riverina avail able for lease or selection is notified in the Banner.— Ed. A.B.\

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

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. Sir, — If a young girl takes up a block rf land in Victoria and complies with ' all regulations, and she gets married an'd has to go into New South Wales with her husband, can she transfer the said block to her relation ? Kindly answer in your next issue and you will greatly oblige, SUBSCRIBER. [ft is impossible to answer this question in the absence of fuller particulars. The quickest way to obtain the information would be to write to the District Land Officer.— Ed. A.B ]

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

ORCHARD NOTES FOR JANUARY. ? ? (Agricultural Gazette.) : . January is always a busy time for fruit ' growers throughout the colony, ae, though cherries, apricots, all kind.i of berries, and tbe earlier varieties of peaches, nectarines, plums, p9ars, and appleB are over in all the earlier parts of the colony, slill there are large quan tities of apples, poars, plums, peaches, nec tarines, and table grapes to ba handled and utilised during the month. The greater por tion of the work of this month, therefore, as in the case of D;c?rnber, consists in the 1 'gathering, packing, and marketing of the fruit. ; Fruitgrowing now is not the mere child's ' play it once was, and the day of sticking a 1 tree in the ground and leaving n&ture to do the rest is paBt ; and iho fruitgrower who is to make a success of his business must use his brains as well as his hand*, and when, by means of a successful combination of these 'forces, he has eucceeded in growing a gocd crop of fruit, be nmat c...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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STRAWBERRY CULTIVATION. PLANTING AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

STRAWBERRY CULTIVATION. (agricultural gazette ) ?Planting and General Management. Strawberry plants take root and grow readily at almost any part of the season, but by far the best time to plant is In the autumn when the weather becomes cool and moist. If planted in the early part of that seafoi, and tho ground is in good order, t» small crop may be expected by the following spring. On the other hand, if not planted till the spring, all the fruit-buds Bhould be removed as they appear, otherwise the plants often become feeble and die. When the land is quite ready for planting the rows should be marked off, or a line stretched to plant by. Care should be teken that the rows are straight, as this not only adda to the appearance, but a great deal of time 1b saved in the cultivation. For ordinary field or market culture the rows should be 3ft. apart, with lft. between the plants in a row. Spacing thus, 14,520 plants would bo required to plant an aore. For garden culture 2ft. between the ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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WIT AND HUMOR GENERALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

-Wit AND HUMOR. I :/ CENERAL1TIE& ; , , ' The man I marry muet be both brave and ,' , ? clever,' said the sweet girl. 'When we were .. ; , oat sailing,'1 returned the adoring youth, ' and upact, I saved you from a watery grave.1' 'That wbb brave, I admit, but it was not clever.' ' Yes, it was ; I upeat the boat on , purpose.' ' Zou darling ! ' '*: i A email boy gives his views on a very perti ;' ' nent subject in these graphic words :— 'Some ' boys is honeBtei1 thin others, and there's no way to tell them apsrt except you pretend to forget yonr knife and watch 'em j'imp for It. The one that jumps last is the honostest one.' Eminent Specialist'. — 'Yes, madam, your , husband is suffering from temporary aberra tion, due (o overwork. The form of his mania is quite common.' Wife — 'Yes ; he Insists that he is a millionaire.' Eminent Specialist .-? — « And wants to pay me ^100 for my advice. - We'll have to humor him, you know.' ' A young lawyer talked four hours to a jury, ' who...

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

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

A GHASTLY FIND. A ? ' Avast flock of screeching seagulls was observed from the brigantine Handa Isle during the voyaga of the vessel from New Zealand to Sydney to be quarrelling over some object floating on the surface of the ocean. The vessel was steered close to it, when it was found to be a portion of the corpse of a man drifting in the ocean cur rent. The spot where this gruesome dis covery was made was 250 miles east of Sydney. It is believed that the body was that of the steward who recently jumped overboard from the steamar Rotomahana. In view of the condition of tho remains no attempt was made to get them on board the ship.

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

0. Bf FALOK, riUCTICAL Watchmaker & Jeweller, Opposite Bank of Victoria, FORD-STREET, BEEOHWORTH, 'jf N VITES Inspection of his largo NEW STOCK JL of Gold and Silver Watches, Olockn, Jewel lery, Optical Goods, Musical Instruments. Electro- plated VVV.rc-. O'.-: '.?.'.'.. ?'.?-?. Alt REPAIU;: ? :?'.:,'— Xi\ .V:. Jowello-y, fee, d'irsc wi*'n.i; ???? -v ?''. '?'??.; ;_v OiiIojs pan; tuully nUendcd ii- i':'ceii':-.iil:'Mug ar-d Gilding doua on the Premises, Bitimfttcg for Turrofc Clocks snpplied.

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

AND PILES CURED BY ? ?? ? . AVER'S SARS APARILL A. Mr. W. Jennings, Adelaido, S. A., formerly of Hawthorn, near Melbourne, Vic, -writes: 'For the past 3 or 4 years, I have been a . ' great sufferer from rheumatism and piles. I tried all sorts of medicines, but derived ? ? '-no good from them. I chanced to read one of your books and thought 1 would give ?' ' your Sarsaparilla a trial. I did so, and after taking ono hottlo I felt better -ind nftoi ' ' Sony I nevpi look it bofon foi it would ' have saved mo very much pain. ' ? ? Acer's 'Sarsaparilla Has cured others, wlil cure you. ''?' *- ''jjaiJo by Dr. J.O.Ayor & Co., Lowoll,Mus8.,U.S.A«

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ENGLAND AND VENEZUELA. THE POPE WILLING TO ARBITRATE. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ENGLAND AHO VENEZUELA. ., THE POPE WILLING TO 4 :, .. o ARBITRATE. J:. \ ' London, January 17. . v In connection with the difficulty between - ' -' Great Britain and Venezuela, it is announ ced that the Pope, Leo XIII., has offered to act a9 arbitrate, in the dispute. In view of the possibility of a war between Great Britain and America' arising out of the Venezuelan difficulty, the cap tains of the steamers plying on Lake Ontario have offered their services for the ? ' defence of Canada. ? i ? The weaving and spinning of flax dates back to. the days of primeval man. It ' waa an honoured art in ancient Egypt, and the Egyptain mummy-cloths are of linen. In the Old Testament fine linen is ' mentioned as forming the material for the priest's sacerdotal garments and the hangings for the Temple. Till quite modern days spinning and weaving were done entirely by the hand.

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CONCERT AT TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CONCERT AT TALLANCATTA. ; — : ? — ?»— ? ? 1 A vocal and instiumental concert, which I for a combination of talent has rarely been ' j witnessed in this district, was held at the * . j AthensBum Hall, Tallangatta, on Thursday j evening last. The leading artistes included ' j the eminent vocalists, Signorina Alicia I Rebottaro, late of the Italian Opera Co., I and soloht at the Exhibition concerts and ' , J several sacred edifices ; alsoSienor-Achille . I T. Rebottaro, who has held similar . en gagements, and also acted as the leading flautist at the principal concerts xin Mel bourne. Local talent was represented by Mr. L. N. A. Dyring1, who has not only achieved distinction as a pianist in the metropolis, but has proved his capacity at several concerts at Beechworth and else where : by Professor Huelsberg, of the Leipsio and Berlin Conservatorium ; and Miss Hilda Lack, certificated pupil of Signor Zelman. With such a galaxy of talent, assisted by local amateurs of un doubted ability,...

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

NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, TOOTHACHE. WEAKNESS AND GENERAL DEBILITY ! QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED BY CLEMENTS TONIC, WHICH RESTORES g THE VIGQfi, SNA3\ AND HJiaLTH #OF YOvUTH. 'jiT :^ Mrs. T. Morrfi, Willia-fi-Bfc|?Hamilton, ,#ew South Walesf write3 on||,lF|muary 15, 189]j : — About eighteen months ag^/I had a severe j^ttack oE generaljfobility, extMMe weakness, rant of appetite, Md in fact a Jo&lete collapseipf tha system. ML had the plvidfl, of a medicjp mat), and I cjnnot tell whaS the%einedies wefe that he gavyjfme, but.tbiaJC can s% honestly-Jp never derives! any benefit from theilf. I tbengresolved to tr#8ome of the advertised cures (orpo-called cures) ; I did so, but receiving no bejjtfit from them I became disheartened ; ray husband ad vised me to try Clements Tonic ; I did so, and before I had fMshed the second bottle 1 received more benefit thtm from all tho medicines I had taken. hitherto. Asa bra'n aud uerrostrengthener, I doa't believe there ia any thing to equal ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE UNIFICATION OF GERMANY. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION BY GERMAN RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE UNIFICATION OF GERMAHY. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION BY GERMAN RESIDENTS. A banquet was held at the Globe Hotel on Monday evening to celebrate the 25 th anniversary of the unification of Germany. There was a good number of leading Ger man residents of the to vn and district, and a number of English visitors. 'Amongst the guests present by invitation were the Mayor— Mr. D. S. Watson— Mr. R T. Ball, M.L.A., Mr. J. Wilkinson, late mem ber for Albury, and some other well-known citizens. Dr. Bloch occupied the chair, Mr. C. Reis tha vice-chair. Tho Viee-chaicman proposed the toast of 'The German Eaaperor.' The Mayor proposed ' The Queen.' The company then aaDg ' Xaiserlaud.' Dr. Bloch gave an extensive historical review of the endeavours which had b3en made for over a century towards the resus citation of the old German empire, the causes of their failure, and tho events which finally led up to their realisation. While the racial and tribal distinctions in England and France had been exti...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

?INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. ' A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. In the little viUage of Black Flat, some miles out of Oakleigh, a terrible scene was enacted on the 16th insfc., when Mrs. Mqylan, the wife of the licensee of the Mountain 'View Hotel, made a savage assault upon her two children with a hammer. Accordiug to the statements which have be n made to the police, the two children — Margaret Moylan, aged 8 year?, and Burnett Moylan, aged 5 — were playing in a shed at the rear of their father's hotel, when they saw their mother coming towards them. She did not speak to them until she had reached the spot where the children were amusing them selves, and then for a moment or two she lo?ked at them, apparently interesting herself in their childish play. Presently she said to the little girl, ' Look down on the ground, Maggie,' and-the child cheer fully did so. No soomr was the little head bent forward than the mother dealt her two swift, heavy strokes with a ham mer and the little thing fell forward w...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Sir Koberfc Bell is said to have ciu- ' I covered a very large river fl -wing into ' 1 James Bay. The river rises near tbe I upper waters of the Ottawa, and drains a I large area hitherto unexplored. The I volume of water is so great as to make § the river rank among the largest ia J Canada. Ib is navigable through het ' -1 greater part of i's course, but about 100 ' I miles from its mouth the descent becomes I grea'er, and a series of rapids are formed. I A young man named F. Cook, farmer, I of Coalbaggio, was brought into Dubbo -, I on Monday afternoou with iia face very v E much disfigured, having been burnt with . E a charge of powJer. Hi a eyes were also * B injured. It appeared that Cook waa /1 endeavoring to ram a swollen cartridge . B iut - a guu with the inuzzta pointing to- , B wards bis face. The ramming caused the ? cartridge to explode, and the charge of g powd-T cauglifc him full in ilvj faco. Tho ' .? bullet and bra?s cartridge case were blown, - M near tho young man'...

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

FARMING IN QUEENSLAND. Notwithstanding the failure of the wheat crop in many parts of Queensland -..last season, there are evidences (says the Brisbane Courier') that the tarmers are by no means discouraged, and that a larger area than ever will p-obably be planted this year. Information obtained by the Department ol Agriculture leads to the belief that liad the past season been a favorable one very near'y a million bushels would have been harvested in this colony. As it is, reports from the country Bhow that the crop has not been so bad in some districts as was at one time supposed ; a number of farmers have written to the department offering to sell wheat for seed purposes, and it is believed that the yield will reach 50,000 bushels. The Department Ot Agriculture, anticipating the shortage for seed requirements, have arranged to import 2000 buahols of Ward'a Prolific ai$ AUota Sjwing wheat fww JfcwSwte 'Wales, and this will be sold at actual cost ; but in consequence of unfortunat...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A MAN BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

A MAN BURNED TO DEATH. ; John, O'Brien's wine saloon and board 'ing-house at Cobram, containing 14 rooms, ?was totally destroyed by fire between 3 and 4 o'clock on Saturday morning. All the inmates were asleep at the time of the outbreak, and it was with the greatest difficulty that O'iJrien and his family escaped. An occupatit of one of the bed rooms named John Ryan was awakened by O'Brien, but before he could get out ?was suffocated by the smoke and perished in the flames. In a very short time the building was reduced to ashes. Nothing was saved, except a few things. Tne O'Briens got away in their night ?clothes. When the fire had somewhat subsided a Bearch was made for Ryan, and his charred ? remains were found in . the cellar. He evidently fell through the floor of the bar whilst attempting to ? escape that way. N othing remained ot the unfortunate man except a small por tion of the trunk and a few vertebrae. A magisterial inquiry was held during the ?afternoon, before Mr. Curti...

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CULCAIRN FARMERS' RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

? CULCAIRN FARMERS' RACE MEETING. - The following are tha weights for the above meeting to be held at Oulcairn to-morrow '(Saturday) :— CULCA1BN HANDICAP. Bt.lb. . st. lb ?Planet ... .... 10 0 Morven . ... 8 7 Taira ... ... 9 12 Hard Times ... 7 10 Lochey ? 9 7 Bonnie. ? 7 10 Solo ? 8 12 Eileen ? 7 0 - Coinage ... 8 10 Jewel ? 6 12 , FABMEBS' HANDICAP. Planet ? 10 3 Coinage '... 8 12 Yarra ? 10 0 Morven . ... 8 7 Loohey...' ' ... 9 12 Bonnie. ? 7 10 Solo- ? 9 0 Eileen... -?-... 7 0

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