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PLATINUM MIKING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

PLATIHUM MINING. ? . ? -O-. Mr. J. B. Jaquor, geological surveyor, has forwarded to tbe Mines Department a report upon newly-discovprod platinum deposits at Fifield, about 26 miles north ast of Condobolin and 54 rorth euafc ? t Parkes, Tho report saje i;utv-: platinum bnK previously been recorded aa occurring in ilu colony in the sea beucb.es between ihe Rich mond and Clarence rivers, in ironarone and decomposed gneiss near Broken Hill, and grains of the metal have not infrequently beefi met with by miners working various auriferous drifts. However, until the opening up of tbe Fifield platina deposits there had been no production upon a commercial fcale. The field' was first opened up in 1893, though the presence of platinum was recorded many years previous to this by Mr. T. F. Conneliy, who received Government aid to prospect the district. The formations represented are Silu rian slates, intruded by diotitp, and fosdlifer ous sandstones and limeetone ot Devonian or Stluro- Devonian...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY PERUVIAN SURGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

EARLY PERUVIAN SURGEONS. Among a thousand skulls recently brought home by a party of archaeologists from the tombs and burial vaults of the early Peruvian Indians of the age of the Incas, eleven, exhibited at the late meeting of the .Americian Association for the Advancement of science at Brooklyn, are of peculiar interest to surgeons, and to the medical profession generally. On each of these eleven skulls the operation of tre panning, or trephining, had been per formed. The operation of trnphining, as most persons know, consist3 of removing a circular portiou, or ' button,' of the skull, sawn through both 'tables ' of the bone down to the membranes of the brain. It is performed with a circular instrument, provided with saw teeth, known as tre phine; and the operation is usually under taken to relieve unconsciousness or severe pain, caused either by the downward pres sure of a broken fragment of skull on the cortical substance of the cerebrum, or by abnormal bony growths on the unde...

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 — 3 January 1896

A SUPPLEMENTARY STOCK OF IS^IEi'lPiF' Csi-Cl5CKfOiE§ HAS JUST ARRIVED AT THE ' TR A 'NTWIfmR? ' n WEPT (PIC From which the following list has been selected and to which special attention is directed. HOTEPAPER IN ALLTHE LATEST STYLES Including a splendid Assortment of Fancy and Selected Notepaper. All kinds of PLAIN NOTEPAPER, including Cream Laid, Foreign, Repp, Bank Note Vellnm, Waterlaid, All kinds of INVITATION NOTEPAPER and CARDS. LADIES' CARD CA8ES. in real Lizard 10a. fid. j in Russian Leather, 6s. 6d. LADIES' PURSES, Russian Leather, 5a. 6d. others at prices ranging from Is. 6d. to 4a. 6d LADIES' NAIL KNIVES, bone handle, Is. 6d. pearl handle, Is. 6d. WADDING CAKE BOXE8, 3s. 6d. per dozen ARTISTS' PAPER RUBBERS LADIES' PARCELS STRAPS, extra good quality, Is. 6d. each PLAYING CARDS, of entirely new design, with edges, splendidly got up, 3s. 6d. per pack FABER BOX OF DRAWING PENCILS, con taining 6. lead pencils, 4 drawing pins and rubber. All the material in this box ia guaran...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CERMANTON PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

OERSl/lANTO^ PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD. A meeting of Large Stock Directors was Sield ohTa°sday, 3l3t December, 1895. Piesent : — Messrs. J. Ross (chairman), J. W. E. Hnriot, James Bruce, F. Morgan, Gr. R. Gibbs, H. B. Johnson, and J. M'Meekin. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The chairman reported having attended conference at Albury re rabbits, and Baid tbat tbe Albury Board expressed themselves willing to co-operate with the Germanton Board if they had the power. The chairman read correspondence from the Department, saying that until rabbits were again declared noxious animals no bonuses for rabbifc acalps could be given. The chairman read letters from the sec retary of the Tambarumba Progress Com mittee re appointment of returning officer at Tumbarumba. The chairman reported that, acting on instructions, he had issued summonses against several persons in arrears with their assessment, with the result that in almost every case the money is pai...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

. Professional Notices. JSl. 1ST. 3PTJTT2^^.3ST3iT3 CHEMIST, TOWNSEND-STREET. I THE ALBURY j| M Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, || g Croup, Whooping: Cough, || H and all pulmonary affections. M gj| IHtlllli:illllllllllll!l!lll|!llllllllll!llllllli:illllllllll!lll!ll[llll!llllllllllUIIMIIIIIIII) |3 Hf DOSE. — One Tcnspoonful every three or 3-3 |g /owe hours, and less for Children. $Q |3 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiii^iiiiinmiiiuiiiiiuiSiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii, llB~| Kg jr- i -? IPS' HJ /jKEPAREDJ-pNLY BY g2= jg A'ex^ POT^IaNN, i.P.S. 1 ^ PH^Mi-viEt^SCAI. CHEMIST, m |i ^LBytfv, n.s.w. p The aho\^itftb.||beBt j3rqp.§p||ion ever offered to the public, and^p§#^laended by all who have tried it, Pricels.6d,,po8t free 2s, 6d, in BtampB, * | REGISTERED, j To be obtained also of FBANCIS LONG - MORE, Chemiat, Bourke-Btreet East, near Russell Btreet, Melbourne. Pharmaceutical Chemist, SURGICAL & MECHJlliOAL D1NTIST, BEGS reroectfnlly toj^tify to the inhabitante of Alif|iry and.i^j...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

, -' , --' Provisions, &c, ?' ^ ^ i ^ IS i) Q on't fail to read this to the end.: JJ efleot 1 'tis written by a tnenfp \Hf ho^^moves to see* your oare/yorn faoea, /\ - A Q&^aS&r ser&oe gladly pfjioes,, /£ {J -##g nSd, t^it sKlll dis/^rf ;/& // (rare tired and hopeleod'h/ tfsewj (« par ^«fr^Jrt'J^' „ -8 ome notice take of Nat/ ,e's if'.iYa. ^^^nF B o sure all things were laeant-'to rise j ' A nd obtaining help is truly wise. - R now then ; all Bad faced woman-kind, | f you'd enjoy a tranquil mind ; fl| ever depressed by sodden ed bread ; JJ nawed at in math by him you've wed. ., ? -- p ies, hard as dishes they've been made in j Q r oakes like brittle jars of Leyden. y/ hy ; read the initials of this rhyme ; ~J ' p i ive to the store, whate'er the time, £ nqnire for powder, DR. WAUGH'S: '- ; g eiurn, and hake, and Bave your jaws. ^ : ' . fa- ' fe fa fe fcfo . fa *' '? C-i-p RtA SCr t£t ft-H- Wo have been appointed Solo Agents for the ' ? Tr «#rf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

Kiewa-street, Albury, H S.W., 29th November, 1895. We beg to draw your attention to the growing im portance of the Albnry market for the sale of 'WOOL, Hides, Skins, and other Produce, and with confidence can bring: under your notice the prices realised, this season, which compare favorably with those obtained in Sydney and Melbourne. This, with the saving in freight and other charges, is in favor of Consignors selling here. You may possibly be aware that recently, under arrangements with the N.S.W. Commissioners, we leased a large and convenient site at the Railway Sta tion, on which we erected a commodious store, suitable in every way for the purpose for which it was intended. Special attention has been given in the erection of the building to the convenience both of buyers and vendors, and the lighting and storage arrangements wiii be found to answer all modern requirements. A special advantage in connection with the accom modation is its connection with both lines of Railways, t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ELEPHANTS AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

IlEPMTS AT SCHOOL. ?The first few days of the captive life of ' elephants pass bitter' agony, despair, and starvation, Bays a correspondent in the Friend of, India. Bound with strong ropes, tied r\-und their bodies, necks, arid feet— a circumstance quite unprecedented in the history of their past life— they feel quite uneasy. They refuse to take food or drink wata'r. 'Rni hnw lono will thav combat that strong enemy — hunger ? Sooner or later they are overpowered by it. They then ehow a strong craving for food, which is thrown to them- by mahouts from some dis tance. As habit is second nature, they soon become accustomed to this mode of life. Besides, the innumerable elephants surrounding them make them forget their homes,, and the miserable life of slavery they are henceforth destined to lead. From the very beginning they are taught to fear their master's ' sarkieB.' No sooner are these weapons levelled at them, however insubordinate they be, than they imme diately behave properly. ...

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NEW LIGHT UPON THE NEW WOMAN. AN ALARMING STUDY IN SOCIAL EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

HEW LIGHT UPON THE HEW WOMAN. AN ALARMING STUDY IN SOCIAL EVOLUTION. (WESTMINSTER GAZETTE ) A new light on the new woman comes from the New World, as is fit and propar. Unfortunately, it is by no meens a pleasant light. Hitherto it has been imagined by old-fashioned people in the Old World that the new woman, Iho very latest birth of time, was dua to the desire of the fair creature to prove nersen independent 01 tne tyrant man. For the new woman was above all things emancipated. After long centuries of suppression she was to unfurl her wings and startle the astonished world with a demonstration ot what woman can do when independent and unfettered by the soul-degra Ung conventions under which she has so long groaned. And now from across the Atlantic comes a cruel disillusion, for we have the genesis of the new woman laid bare with a merci less hand by one of tha newest of all new women in the New World. It came about in this way. At this time of year tbere is a great flocking of mill...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

VICTORIA. After obstructing the navigation of H;bson's Bay for aix years and a naif, t j ie w-'eck of the Cape Verde has at last been removed; & large circle will regret to learn that the Rev. It. P. Col ins died suddenly on Chrktmas Day at the Roman Catholic Presbytery, Geelong, of effusion on the bruin. ' Several Christmas geese were sacrificed before the appointed time at Colac the othei day. The birds strayed on to the railway li ie, aud not being tough enough to throw a train off the rails, they were killed. Captain Freeman Thomas and the Earl of Shafteabury, members of the staff of His Excellency the Governor, were at the last meeting of the Executive Council appointed to the rank of captain of the Victorian military forces. An object lesson in state financing is revealed by the water and irrigation trusts in Victoria. They borrowed u. million and a half from the Government and so far have only paid a few pence in interest. Working expenses and board fees have only bee...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? ; Mr. H. Schlink, a well-known eqaattej*/ and ship owner, died suddenly on 26tha ult. : . : c : A six. years old boy named Bignell at. Port Victoria was kicked bv a horse, hi*~ skull being fractured; He died next morning. On 26th ulfc. a fii e occurred in Solomon town, destroying a .carpenter s ahopi cottage and outhouse. The fire brigade did good service, eayiDg other properties* An inquest was held at Glenelg on a boy namvd Dudley, who was drowned! through a canoe capsizing with Him in the P'.ttaw-ilonga Creek. A verdict of ac cidental death was returned. The construction of the new telegraph; line from Port Augusta to the West, Australian border will begin very shortly. : Pine poles ara to be' used for the first 100* miles west of Port Augusta, and for the rest of the diMtance iron poles with steel butts. Lately another attempt has been made*: to secure the release of Rodney Claud) . Spencer, who in 1890 was found guilty of, the murder of a native in the Northe...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

?:-7 y- BRITISH AND FOREIGN. , - , Before I860 there was no trial by jury in Russia. New Scotland Yard, London, ia the largest police office in the world. It con tains a room in which 3000 men can be assembled. , Mrs. Langtry, who hag for some time : been vainly negotiating for a West End , VUVUVlV) IK) DU1U LU UHTO VI \J Wk IXM J.UUV* V' build one for herself. . ? Her Majesty the Queen has ^granted to 1 Khama and the missionariea in Bechuana land the right to use her photographs, in magic lantern slides. . A novel feat was performed at an ice company's works in .Newport, Rhode Island. A piece of ice was stood on edge ' yr just as it was taken out of the tank, a^d , behind this half a d- zan pereons took their positions, while on t'e other side a photographer posed his camera, The ^ features-could be teen dis inctly through the ice. Laws have been enacted in Belgium prohibiting the hunting of frogs.. The Belgium hunters have found ib easy to continue their occupation in the neigh bo...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

——. ? ' ? '? ? ? ?? ''— — — — w»wn«m« ? nil ? ?iuMiuwum»—Mmiwrt«i»ii»mlii ? niinnmimHMim ? ihimium''' ? . . n I ™m™*mwTr.-n*M~mm~*f HEAD OFFICE— LONDON^; TNCORPOEATED 10th MAY, 1894. CAPITAL AUTHpRipED /.f? ... ... ... ? £3,900,000. LIBERAL CAB^aIIV^NObS^N^WGOL, GRAIN, &c AUCTION SALES OF WOOL EVERY pURSDAY ANI^TURDAY THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. ' ', All Proceeds of Produce Paid infrf'a Consignment ]glist Account, out of which^Owners are Paid. All consignments of Wool (irrespective of size) cJrefully valued fcflfore sale, and protected up to full market value. The Comi pany act strictly as selling brokers and dojfiot buy or sell on their own account. One Month's Free Storage on Grain, General Manager ior Australia, DAVID ELDER. Inspector Pastoral Properties, WILLIAM OLIVER WILLIAM EADES, Manager. -, ? Sole Agents in Australia for M'BougalTs Sheep Dip. Agents for Cooper's Dipping i'owder. wooLfc QRAiNjjMREHJoggEs. gQUTH KENSINGTON. I ^£^gj COLLINS' BTRFFT W , MFI Rnil'RNF. ? it ° ...

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GERMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

GERMANTON. (FROM OUB OWN CORBKSPONDHNT.'* , l ChrietmaB Day and Boxing Day passed cff .quietly, there being nothing particularly worth ? chronicling. On Christmas Day and Boxing Day the heat was eomething overpowering, and ? on Friday,sthe day after Boxing D*y, we had a dust storm which started in the morning and , kept on until well into the right. The weather ,i« now somewhat cooler. - Last Friday being the last Friday in the month the usual police court and email debts court was ^held, and Messrs. John Rosj, William Purtell, Alexander Rob3, Jnmes Brace, and H. R. Brid BondiBposed of the fo lowing oases, viz. :— Willie Ah Shang v. John Hegarty, summons for assault. . As neither the complainant nor defendant put in an appearance the case was dismissed. John Watson v. John Hegarty,.— Mr. Currie appeared for pluintiff. This « as a claim for £7 9s. for wages. Verdiot for plaintiff fur amount claimed ?Ross v. M'Lennao.—Olnira for £1 123, 9d for arrears of assessment due to the Hume Pas...

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JINDERA. Monday, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

JIWDERA. (PBOSI ODE OWN COBBESPONDBNT.) Monday, December 30. The weather has been quite chaDgeable.duringr Christmas week. Christmas Day was pleasant, but Friday was a terrible day— diiB.t Btorma, only a little rain, accompanied by heavy claps ofi thunder and lightning, the latter being very? severe. The heavy wind caused much damage* in mv-ViAri}p ? hpnriH nf nnrinn fruit r.nnld hfe gathered beneath the trees. In my rounds I noticed a very useful three furrow plough in Mr. O. J. Morton's orchard which would suit tbe farmers' purpose in place of the heavy plough now used. Abiut two acres had been ploughed, and some olay pans turned up, ehowiog that hard ground cannot stop this handy plough On enquiry I was informed that tbe principal ports of his light machine ox& m-ide of the beBt ateol Boxing Day was kept .op with a day's racing* which was well attended. About 300 put in aa appearance to ?witness the several eVents to-L®1 contested for. I will try and give the result o£ th...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

MELBOURNE LETTER. (FBOilOUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Assembly ha-» passed the Federal Enab ling Bill by a large majority, but it remains to l-8 seen what the Upper HouBe will do with the measure. People who are not led away by the xcitement of the moment, and who take tie trouble to calmly consider the' whole thiag, are' of opinion that it is preposieronsly .absurd to spend £23,000 over an election, and to pay the ten delegates so elected three guineas a day. It would not matter so much if finality was to be secured, bnt it is only the beginning of a hoBt of expense, which may, after all, be so much hard cash thrown away. I maintain that this federa tion scheme is prompted by no pure deBire to ad vance the best interests of a nnited Aus tralia, but id encouraged solely from party politioal motives, The Age makes no secret of the fact that it looks upon the coming election as a kind of referendum, in which the people will decide on certain Ago items. The Labor Party openly assert that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

GIFT CBOWNJ GIFT PORTEAIT. STUraOf. POETEAIT.' . Hend ub your photograph or that of any frigid i whose memory you cherish. We will Ke-prqSsice ( from it a very beautiful and HIGHLY-FINISHED 1 PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT, ecjuaWpg a Bich Steol-jdnte Engraving1, in Monochrofiio,, f or . Skilfully finished by our own artists in blftCK Sad white, handsomely mounted on an Iudinn tinted plate-sunk mount, measuring 20 x 15 inches, and i equalling in every way pictures now being suppliedf : in Sydney for £2 2s. each. £J 'We are doing this as a means of advertisomeutfi and consider it AN ABSOLUTE GIFT. if For C&UNTKY PATEONS, we will send it 3ABEF/fLLY PACKED and CARRIAGE PAID So any ffJdresB in Australia for Is. 2d. j total 6s. 8d. Jl ? f j_______ ' ? '% W- Eep}1 .it from S.M. Herald. ' ? ' ?:' 0 ' The p/ jlio of Sydney know full well M the magrf ude of this business, but for // the assur ^co of Country residents it is &' unhesitrf Jigly asserted that this is a *-k woll-estf iibhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

??'-.??????, foif-afbliridiftvi %&&*? ' (Four \'-(i- \( I Mce real moti'/c [|, Jf|*Sd) is to draft1/ O- your attrition ' , The to .? Cigarettes.

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CULCAIRN. Monday, December 3o. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

GULGAIRM. ' (FBOM OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, Decemfcer 301. A most palpable grievance exists in our 'midst- in the shape of a veritable slough where the refuse from the Culcairn hotel is allowed to collect and ferment. The stench to those who live near is dreadful, and the danger of an out break of typhoid is imminent. Aa the nuisance exists in a private township the police aeem to be powerless to act.

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TALLANCATTA. TuesdaY. December 31. I [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

TAILANGATTA. (FHOM OTJK OWN OOUUKSPONDHNT. ) Tuksday. December 31. Two very sueceoBful efforts wero made during the Christmas holidays to i educe tho heavy financial load under which the local Presbyterian Church ia lflborinp. An I previously rc/cite.'l. (lie (sbui'ch i» in riebt to fcbo tint) of over £fi00, mi Ji;u?«ht wli'i'h will f !-ko ucvvv ovrirl;;ki-i(/ !!.? thcet) times. Bnt, instead of sitting down ana hopelessly staring at the debt, the oburch oMj mittee are manfully facing it, and devioing wayi and means of action for squaring matters. Oa Christmas eve a Christmas-tree and doll stall— or it might be called a children's bazaar — took place. The work of doll-dreasing had for weeka previously been in progress, the ' skilled labor' b*?ing supplied by the Sunday ecbool girls, whose tasteful dressing had to the do'ls going off rapidly »t remunerative- prices. The Christmas tree was well loaded with toys, &c, and alea proved a goodly source of incotae. Befresh« ments sup...

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