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BENALLA WEIGHTS. MONDAY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

BENALLA WEIGHTS. '- - Monday, Jantjaby 27. ; Annivebsaby Handicap. One mile and a quarter. — Waxworks, 9 3 ; Rejected, 9.3 ; Mana ' yona, 8.7 ; Dargo, 7.5 ; Wicket, 7.0 ; Barbaric- '6.7. Handicap Pony Rack, 14 hands a.u. Four furlonga.— Irene, 10.0; Hesperin, 9 1 ; Maori, 89 j Tottie, 7,7; Rattle, 7.4 ; Nugget, 74 j Dick, 7.1 ; Pearl, 6 7. Handicap HcjbdiiE Race. One mile and a half.— West Briton, 12 0; Belfast, 12 0 5 Glen more, 11.10 ; . Greystanes, 11.7 ; Pride, 11.7. ; Compulsion. 10 0 ; Roy, 10.0; Sailor Boy, 9.12 j Spectator, 9 7 ; The Drone, 9 7 j Buckeroo, 9.0 : Vandox, 90; Irene, 9.0. . Flying Handicap. Five furlongs — Bosnia, 9.0 ; Zenith, 8.10 f Barbaric, 8.3 ; H.H.T., 8 2 } -Mab, 7.10 ; Governess, 7 10 ; Playboy, 7.10 ; Blue Eyes, 7 10 ; Chartreuse, 7,4 ; Roy, 7.0. Fabewbll Handicap. Six furlongs.— Be- jeoted, 95; Brunette, 90; Manayona, 8.11 ; Glenmore, 8 7 ; Bosnia, 7.12 ; Blue Eyes, 7.7 ; Barbario, 7.0; Governess, 6.10; Chartreuse, 6.7 j The' Bauble, 6.7 ; Mab, 6 7. G...

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

MURRUMBURRAH TURF CLUB. The following weights have been declared for? the undermentioned events, to be run at tha above club's annual meeting on 4th and 5th February :— TOWN PLATE. Nine furlongs. 8t.lb. 8t,lb. ' Hiram ? 8 12 Honeydew ... 7 2 Early Morn .., 8 10 Rosebranch ... 7 0 Kinderspiol ... 8 4 Kooning ... 6 12 Lady Phoobi ... 7 12 His Grace ... 0 12 Marshal Neil ... 7 7 Mimosa '.., 6 10 Sunstroke ... 7 5 Mabel... ... 6 7 Miss Gladstone 7 4 v. HUEDLE BACK. About two mileB. - Bt. lb. lb.Bi. Bnillery ... 11 9 Goldduat ..; 9 7 Biram ... .-. 10 5 Mazeppa ... 9 0 * , Mountaineer ... 9 12 . TUBF CLUB HANDICAP. . . .. One mile and a quarter, ' Bt.lb. sUb. Hiram ? 8 10 Rozelle... ...7 2 Early Mora ... 8 8 Roneydew ... 7 0 Khiderepiel ... 8 2 His Grace ... 6 10 Lady Pbraba ... 7 10 Konniog ... 6 10 Marshal Neil ... 7 5 Mimosa - ... 6 9 Goldleaf ... 7 4 Doty ... ,,,6 7 Sunstroke .„ 7 8 MftbeJ ,., ,„ a j MJS6 -3l!VJ6ton.9 7 {J ...?'?... V*

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THE HALF-WAY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE HALF-WAY RAGE CLUB. The following are the weights npd entries for 'the three principal events of the above clnb'a meeting to be held on Monday : — ? HALF-WAY HANDICAP. Bt.lb. J. M'Lachlan's b h Dargo '.. ? 9 4 V7. Opie's b h Littla Ben ? 8 12 W. Powell's g m Linmorven ??? ... 7. 12 M. FlyDD'a b m Galatea ? 7 10 H. Stead's bg Kitan ? 7 7 L. Manor's g m Ursula ? ' ... 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. J. M'Lachlan'a b h Dargo ? 9 7 W.Opie'a b h Little Ben ? .... 9 4 W. Powell's g m Linmorvsn ' ... ,... 8 2 M, Flynn'sb.m Galatea ? ' ~... , 8 0 W. Murphy's br m Brunette ? 7 9 H. Stead's b g Kitan - ... ... '... 7 9 T. Maher'sg m Ursula ? 7 9 G. Peterson's b m Rapid Maid ...' v \.. -7 5 M. Hobb's b c Glendven ? ... 6 12 HANDICAP PONY BAOBi J. M'Donald's bm Alicia ... ... ' ..'. 9 7 H. Bartlett's b m Brown Bose ? 8 7 ft. Wilson's c m Spider ? 8 7 H.Stead'a b m Wild Rose ? 7 7 HUNTEBB1 JUMPING CONTEST. ' O.'' Wilson's ch jr Eobin J. S. M'Oalloch'a b g Myrtle .: J. 8. M'Culloch's gg Audacity II. ' -...

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ALBURY ASSOCIATION (11) [?] THURGOONA (15). [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ALBURY ASSOCIATION (11) V. THURGOONA (15). : - ' The above teams met on the Albury ground 1 ' on' Saturday last, and a very interesting game ? took place. James Day, the Thurgoona cap tain, having won the toss from the Albnry ' skipper' (Mr. Compton), sent his men in to bat. Weissel, Joe Day, and Spenoe were quickly disposed of, the board Bhowing 9 runs for three wickets. Jaa. Day and E. Hore then got together, and took the score to 61 rune, when the latter was rnn out after mnking 28 by sound ?play Neal followed, aud piled on the runs at , arapid rate, sooringr 18 runs in five consecutive ';. hits, being finally oleau bowled by Selk for 26. (J.ITraueuf elder then joined Day, who was play jag v beautiful gamp. The former, however, ?iStift making ?% W?- ps tiipftfrpoci by $ehHJK$fc the only other batsman /who got into double figures being J. Hall. Jas. Day carried hiu score to 76, when he waa caught by the Albury captain. Day only gave one chance, when his score had reached 53. ' His...

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

ALBURY BICYCLE CLUB. ' On Tueaiay nfght last the members of the ? .- above club held their annual meeting E-t Menz't Hotel. Mr, J. Bracn, the president of the club, occupied the chair. There were about 15 mem bers in attendance. The report and statement , of accounts ware adopted. The club has during the past year reduced its liability by about £22. . It was decided to hold the annual proinenade nanoert and Darade in the Gardens on or about 19th February, in order to raise money for the 1 purpose of laying a proper track for racing, so that meetings conld beheld locally. A Btrong committee was also appointed to canvaes for -subscriptions for the samo purpose. Fonr new ' members were enrolled. The election of t fflcers ? fallowed and resulted as follows :— President, Mr, J. Brann (re-eleoted) j vice-presidents, ? Mesera J. Wilkinson and H. S, Hawkins ; . captain, Mr. A. Stewart ; vice-captain, Mr. F. Blaoklock ; treasurer, Mr. J. Scanlan (re elected) ; secretary, Mr, F. Blaoklook (re...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE RABBIT PEST. A large meeting of stoclcownera, reprcH senting 600,000, was held at Jerilderie oa 16th inst, to consider tho advisability of petitioning the Government to declare1 the sheep board districts of , Jerilderie^ Urana, and Corowa rabbit infested. A. general opinion was expressed at the meating that mesh wire-netting according to the Rabbit Act was too large, ana therefore useless, and that the act should be amended and an inch and a quarter wire substituted. A sub-committee, con sisting of Messrs. Fulton (Wonnamurrat Station), Moreland (Wilson), and Elliott;.^.^ ;iS*-8 (Jerilderie), was appointed to draw up a i .' petition for the landholders' aiguaturea, Messra. Culley and Mackio war©1 apj V ' ' ' '? '' ' - 'tricfc to get signatures. The proceedings were most unanimous, and the great desire of the meeting was to get- the Government to take immediate steps to cope with the rabbits, which are increas ing at an alarming rate.

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CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. , January 26 — Corowaj at Oorowa, ; January 2?— Wngga, at Albury. o - February 8— Germ»aton, at Germanton, '' February 22 — Benalla, at Benalla. ' ' Maroh 7— Oorowa, at Albury, March 21— Benalla, at Albury.

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AN AMUSING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

AN AMUSING ACCIDENT. A most amusing accident occurred at Newcastle to a man named William G-ogg on Monday evening. A dog, evi dently affected by the heat, jumped into an underground tank, and Gogg volun teered to get the animal out. Mr,*. Player agreed to assist, and hold the brave volunteer's lega and prevent him from overbalancing. The dojr was fur ther awav than Gogg anticipated, and in his efforts to reach it slipped from Mrs. Player's grapp and went headfirst into the water, which was 12ft. deep. The man called for -assistance, and the dog barked, and for about 10 minutes the greatest excitement prevailed. A messenger, cry ing ' Fire,' ran for the police, whilst others went to the well with ropes, and after a lot of trouble rescued both man and dog, so that on the arrival of Ser g .ant Hickey there was nothing for him to do but point out the absurdity of a 9st. woman attempting to hold up a 12st. man.

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TAKING THE VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

TAKING THE VEIL. In St. Augustine's Church, Ta«B, a week since (reports the local Courier) the imposing ceremony of two young ladies making their final professions in religion and taking the black veil, and of two other young ladies taking the initiatory steps to enter the cloister by receiving the white veil, was witnessed by a fairly large congregation. The names of the sisters who professed were Miss Phelan, from Drangan, county Tipperary, Ireland; ia religion Sister M. Columbia, and Mis3 Quirk, from Parramatta, in religion Sistei* M. Raphael. The sisters who took the white -veil are Miss Helena Tuohy, from. Tumut, in religion Sister M. Vincent, and Miss E. Brislan, from The Rock, near Wagga, in religion Sister M. Mecbtildia. The officiating clergyman was the Very Rev. Dean O'Keeffe, assisted by Father* Hanrahan. At the conclusion of ths ceremony the friends and relations of the* young ladies (who were present in the' church) retired to the convent, where1 they were entertained b...

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THE EFFECT OF FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE EFFECT OF FREETRADE. The taking off of the duties (says a Sydney correspondent) is stimulat ing the import trads. It must not be gathered from this that business is any better. There is no more buying now than there was a few months ago, but the manufacturers are flooding the market with large shipments. They have over produced at home, and now that our Dorfc is practically free, they are sending aU their surplus? - The consequence is the genuine importer has a riyal he did. not expect or calculate upon, and finds ifc almost impossible to compete with him. Speaking to one of our largest merchants the other day, he told me he intended limiting his importing. ' 1 find,' eaid he, ' I can buy cheaper in the auction rooms in Pitt-street, and, in fact, in order to keep my trade together, I'll have to pur chase in that way. I can,' he concluded, ' purchase at the rooms at a lower figure than I can buy from the manufacturers ia _- Great Britain ' So that, after all, a free port is not a...

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SUICIDE AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SUICIDE AT TAMWORTH. A Tamworth wire says : — ' John Cronin, 67 years, committed suicide last Friday night. He was employed by the oval trustees as a laborer, and about 8 p.m. called on the caretaker and bade him good-bye. He afterwards went to- the1' _ Marquis of Lome Hotel, where he had a glass of brandy, and from thence he pro- - eeeded to the Prince of Wales Hotel, where he negotiated another brandy. At the latter place he shook hands with the licensee's son, and said ' good-bye,' and announced his intention of drowning him sslf. Cronin had frequently threatened this, and the lad paid little heed to him. After drinking the brandy Cronin made for the river, 200 yards distant, when be crawled down the bank into shallow water, and walked about eight yards into deep water, and nothing more was seen of him until an hour afterwards, when Sergeant Gambie,with the aid of grappling irons, recovered the body. Deceased leaves a wife and large family. An in quest was held, and a verdict of ...

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ATTACK ON A CROCODILE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ATTACK ON A CROCODILE. The North Borneo Herald says:— Gadore, a wood cutter, brought in the head of a crocodile a few days ago mea suring 33in. Taking In. of head as re presenting Gin. of body — a fair propor tion — this ' crocodile' must have been 16ft. Gin. in length. On being questioned as to how he killed the brute, Gadore re plied : ' We were cutting firewood near the River Piow, when we saw the croco dile sneaking by the bank after a long nosed monkey, After some time he caught and swallowed ifc. After waiting some time, the river was. almost dry, wq .got nsyew to BQ9 li -jbe 6J,'QQ94i|§ ps s .ill there, and to our surprise saw him sound asleep. We retired, held a consul tation, ar:d decided that the ten of us should take our wood axes, silently ap- v . proaeh the 'croc.,' and simultaneously attack him. This' was done most buc- . . i cessfully, and tan axes came down on his back like lightning. The crocodile bad not time or the power to wag his tail or head, and all he could d...

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WALBDNDRIE v. CULCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

WALBUNDBIE V. CULCAIRN. A match was played at Walbundrie on 18th between the above clubs, and resulted in a win for Walbundrie by 31 runB. Scores :— Walbdndbib. First Innings. Second Innings. B. Entwis'e, c Bal four, b Forbes ..: 2 h w, b M'Grath ... 0 J. Loftus, run out.... O..b M'Giatb... ... 11 E. Clear, c Hoobin, c Balfour, b Gold b Carrol ... ... 3 smith ... :... 31 Fitzgerald, b Forbes 33 c Balfour, b Forbes 9 F, Clear, c Balfouc, ; b Forbes... ...11 runout ... ~ ... 6 Glennon/b Forbes.. 7 lbw, b Goldsmith.... 18 Pattereon, b Forbes 0 not out ... ... 2 Thorpe, how, b Forbes ... ... 2 c Hoobin, b Forbes 4 Tuokwell, b Gold smith ...^ ....21 b Goldsmith ... 9 T. Patterson, b Forbes ? 0 st Edwards, bForbes 0 J. Bntwiele, not out 26 run out ... . «,''.. 0 Sundries..! ... 10. Sundries ? 1 Total ? 115 Total ... ... 91 Bowling Analysis.— Forbe3 10 for 64, Carro! 1 for 35, Balfour 0. for 14, Bafford 0 for 37. Hoobin 0 for 18, M'Grath 2 for 27, Goldsmith 4 for 10. CULOAIBN. First Inning...

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A STRANGE APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

A STRANGE APPLICATION. A matter-of-fact paragraph in an affi davit which formed the basis of an appli cation to set aside a judgment with which Mr. Justice Cohen was called upon to deal on Friday in Chambers, served to re call the days when slavery flourished in the United States until the Civil War severed the chains which bound thou sands of negroes in servitude. A negro named John Emberry, who is now 80 years of agp, and owns a conditional pur chase in the district of Carcoar, and against whom a judgment had bsen signed for want of appearance, asked to have it set aside for various reasons. One pas sage of his affidavit stated that his mother and father, prior to the date of his birth, were slaves in the State of Kentucky, but shortly before his birth they' made their escape to Canada, where he waa born. About 35 years ago he came out to Vic toria, and subsequently reached this colony, where he took up the conditional purchase which he now holds. His appli cation to set aside the...

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WALWA V. JINGELLIC CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

WALWA Y. JINGELLIO CREEK. A matoh between these clubs was played at Redbank on Saturday, 4th inst, which resulted in a victory for Walwa. For the winner F. CffclvSoid/Dlayeijl* capU^ ipBJnga pj[ % yyhUQ the principal scorers on the losing side were H, and N. Holman, who made 21 and 18 respec tively in a highly creditable manner. Bcores : — Walwa. First Innings. Second Innings. W. Hanna, b F. Holman ... ... 0 b H. Holman ... .0 F. Crawford, b F. Holman... ...75 not out ...... 4 Wordsworth, b H. Holman... ... 5 runout ... ... 6 Mulnolland, run ont 2 ' ' Insall, c F Holman, bF.Gifford ... 13 b H. Holman ... 2 Thompson, b A, Holman ... ... 4 not out .„ ... 0 D.Crawford, runout 14 b J. Gifford ..., 1 Davies.bF.'Holman 0 bH Holman ... 0 P. Orawford, b F. Holman... ... 0 b J. Gifford ... 0 O. Hanna, b 0. Hol man ... ... 3 bJ. Gifford ... 0 Smith, not out ... 0 b H. Holman ... 0 Sundries ... 6 Sundries. ... 5 Total ...122 For8wkts.«18 ?Bowling Analysis. — First innings— F. Holman 4 for 32, ...

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

DROWNING FATALITY. Another sad drowning aceidenb,- the third which has happened ia the neigh borhood of Wellington (N.Z ) within the last few days, happened at Island Bay on January 7. The circumstances are that two young ladies, named Miss Olive Goldfinch, about 17, daughter of the late Mr. J. M. Goldfinch, chief cl^rk in the Police Department, and Miss Lillie Brown, daughter of Mr. S. Brown, Hanson-street, went to bathe off the rocks along Queen's Drive, about 200 yards distant from the Island Bay Hotel. By some misadventure they both got into deep water, and sank. The accident was seen by Masters Harold Von Dadelszen aid Percy Kinniburgh, students at the Wellington College. Von Dadelgzen went in and eventually succeeded ia bringing Miss Brown safely ashore, ex hausted, but alive. Her companion had sunk out of eight. Young Kinniburgh dived and recovered the body of Misa Goldfinch, but although remedies were promptly used it was too late to save life. Both lads showed bravery worth...

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GLENROY v. ROSEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

GLENROY v. ROSEWOOD. The Glenroy Club challenged Rosewood as a return match. This was accepted by the plucky Rosewoodites, and the match was played at Rosewood on Saturday week, when the Glenroy Club 'again scored a victory. Ttis was a one innings match, and was won by 65 runs Scores t— GlenRgy. T. M'Auliffa, b Seymour ... ... .... 0 C. M'Eachorn, o Hughea, b Merbaoh ... 1 0. W. Cripp, b Sheehan ? 40 G. Musgrave, ~b H Merbaoh ? 8 T. Portor, b H, Merbach ? 2 G. Portor, c Hugbes, b Merbach ... ... 1 0. Woodhouse, b Seymour ? ... 15 W. M'Oracken, b Laidlaw ? 86 T. M'Glynn, b Seymour ? ,... 7 W. Hille, net out ? ;. ' ... 4 J, R Woodtaouse, b Laidlaw ? .«. 5 Sundries ... .... ~ ,,, ..'. ... 12 Total ... ? 131 Rosewood. C. Laidlaw, b M'Glynn ? ;.. .„ 8 T. M Coliffe, o and b M'Glynn ... ... 1 H. Merbach, b M Glynn ? 28 T. Hughes, run out ... ... - ? 3 R. Seymour, o M'Glynn, b M'Oracken ... 7 R. Sheehan, b Portor, b Cripps ... - ... 12 R- Oottatn, b M'Glynn... ... ... ... 0 T. Smith, b Orip...

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

BICYCLE ACCIDENT. An accident of a rather serious nature happened to Mr. Warland, the well-known insurance agent, while riding to Tain worth on his bicycle last Wednesday (re ports the Bingara Telegraph') . From what we can learn, it appears that previous to leaving Bingara on that morning Mr. Warland sfcrioped his machine of its brake, and signified his intention of put ting up a record. He reached Bell's Mountain all right, and was descending on the Barraba side at full speed, and on turning the last curve into the siding he ran mtj a pack horse which wa3 being led up the mountain by a drover. By the impact both the horse and the cyclist were upset ; the former was uninjured, but Mr. Warlaud had the misfortune to fracture hi i arm, and his bicycle was smashed beyond repair, while he was also severely bruised and cut about the head and body. The drover merely used words which would not look well in print, and went on his way without waiting to see if the unfortunate man was serious...

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ADVANCE AUSTRALIA V. THURGOONA JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA V. THURG9ONA ' JUNIORS. An eleven juniors from the Albury Advance Australia Club played the Thurgoona juniors at Thurgoona on Saturday. The Albury lads were victors by an innings and 31 runs. Bcores :— Advance Australia, S Kirchner, c Lankester, b Lloyd ... ... 1 Percy, b Lloyd ... ... ... ... .....19 Doughton, b Lloyd ? ... ... 14 C. Reis, b Lloyd ? ... ...12 Payne, b Wignell ? 14 Nagle, b Wignell ? « ? 6 Ogilvia, c W. Lankester, b Lloyd ? 18 Morriasey, b Wignell ? 8 Weidner, c and b Wignell ? 6 C. Kirchner, not out ? ' ... ... 0 Joe Reis, c Lankester, b Wignell ... ... 0 Sundries ... ? ... 12 Total ... ... ..'. ? 110 Thubooona. First Innings, . Second Innings. 0. Lankester, b Percy ... ...14 b Nagle ? 3 Lloyd, b Percy ?;.. 0 ht w, b Payne . ??? 4 W. LankeBter, b Doujrhton . ... 0 b Nagle .... ... 1 H Hoffmann, c Kir chner .bDonghton 6 c C.Reia, b Nagle... 1 FlemingjbDoughton 2 runout ... ... 0 Schnieder, c Payne, b Percy ... 0 b Eayne ... ... 1 Wignell.b Donghton...

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SUICIDE BY POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SUICIDE BY POISON. News was brought into Peak Hill on Saturday morning that a man named JameB Harper had committed suicide by poisoning at the Gundongs on the pre vious evening. It appears that Harper had been at work in the sun, and on re turning home on Wednesday from work, he informed bis brother's wife .that he was going mad. The family became some what alarmed. They watched him, and tried in many ways to divert his mind. The unfortunate man, however, insisted that he was going mad, und that ' some thing was pushing his eyeballs out.' On Thursday evening, he Baid he would go out and 'get a drink. He went out, and shortly returned with a pannikin iu his tywfy aiitl said, » X have tajwa a «Nq ef strychnine.' It was thought at first that he was only joking, but he soon convinced those present that what he said was only too true. He absolutely refused to take an emetic. Hie brother with assistance, threw him down and tried to force bbe emetic down his throat. They failed in thi?, an...

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