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JINDERA. WEDNESDAY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

JINDERA. (tfBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday, January 22. We had a nice fall of rain yesterday morning (57 points), which cooled the air and freshened things up, but after a few hours the heat was ugain uncomfortable. The late ehowers have made a decided improvement in the grass, which has had quite a spring. The first meeting of the School of Arts Com mittee for the year was held in the reading room on Saturday, the 18th irst,, when the new com. mittee and office-bearers wera appuinted. There were present — Mr. Barnes (in the chair), and Messrs, P. G, Wagner, Keighran, A. W. Pye, E. Cross, D. Schoop, and the secretary. After the minutes of last meeting were read, Mr. Keighran proposed they be confirmed as read This was seconded by Mr. Pye, and carried. The balanoe-sheet for the year 1895 showed a credit balance of 12s, 6d. The secretary stated ho ha^ purchnsed the new books according to instruc tions received. Mr. P. 0. Wagner asked that another treasurer be appointed in his p...

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

HOWLQNG. (FttOM OUB OWN COKBESPONDENT.) The friends of Mr. W. Brown of Morebringer will regret to hear that he has passed over to the great ninjority. He attained the good age of 78 yeara, aud was highly resptcted. He was a very quiet and inoffensive mac His remains were interred on Sunday in the Howlong cemetery, to which place a very large number of people fol lowed and joined in the procession. Tiie weavher still continues very warm. There was a slight change on last Monday evening, A little over 30 points of rain fell, but it did no good ; the temperature rather msreaaed than I otherwise, and is if possible oure unbearabla, us | tbere was a srate of hot dampish air, which wo | would call muggy and disagreeable If thin sort i of weather coiumues much lunger it will cuuse u ! deal of eickness. Business is dull here as well as in other places, ia fact the 'iutease heat deprives people oE all energy and few will go about, unless actually compelled, on account of the oppressive atmos...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEWOOD. MONDAY, January 20. I [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ROSEWOOD. fffROM OUB OWN OOBBESPONDENT.') Monday. January 20. Harvesting is in full swing in this district. In some paddocks, which were cut for hay, the crops were very poor, averaging not more than half a ton to the acre, while others are a little better. The grain crops are generally low in straw, but the gmin seems to be pretty well rilled out, atd averages, I hear, about two btgi to the acre for wheat, and about four baga to tho acre for oats. Tho weather hao been very hot and sultry. trying to man and beast. On Tuesday lani we had a chuugp in ilia shape of a good full of 'aiu. This, though it wet tho already cut hay, w»s vury welcome, as it waa very budly wanied foi the gni83 aud a!so for thj potatoes. Next day' it waa as hotas ever, aud continued so till last night, when it again commenced to rain, aud ; coutiuuod ull niphc— :\ nice wild soakiu-j; ma ! thiit ii ciilcuiate.i to do a lol oi gv.:.ii, tLjurb :l . no douot will ep iil buuvj day iiiul y;aiu tua^i u-i\)- ? be unatac...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LATE BERRIGAN NOTES. MONDAY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

LATEBERRICAN NOTES. I (FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) Monday, January 20. The weather during the past week has been I very hot and oppressive. The thermometer fell :| rapidly on Saturday but rose agaia on Sunday. | This evening we received a few drops of rain § and a good fall is expected. I The Jerilderie cricketore will visit TCerrigatTto 1 play the retura match on Murjday uext, Anni- I vorsary Day. The tserrigan teara will be solecte'd I from the foUowieg- playe.^ : —Messrs. Aruudel, I Bur wood, Barwick, Caiter, Di oba, Druoimond, 1 Jeaus, Jamieson, Ivapthorrie (3), Lysavht, Trol- 1 lope, and T earne, who are now in active prac- i tice for the eng&gemeafc. 1 The booths in connection with the coming 1 Agricultural Show were offered by public auction 1 on Saturday by Messrs. E J. Gorman and Co. § Mr. H, Aruudel, of the Federal, tecurtjd the 1 publicans' booth at £10 15s., and '.he fruit stall if was knocked down to Air. S Malih in, £3 103. ' If The gates wero passed in at £10...

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

HAVE YOU ATTENDED ??.-?? i. The balance of Stock Iv '-; MUST BE '-'-*?. ?\ Clear e0 atfan^ priee.. //_ ? /Z-_ - Advices to hand staiW-iai^%0^teamship with the NEW WINTER GOODS on board has passed through the Suess Oanal. STARTLING REVELATIONS WILL FOLLOW HER. ARRIVAL. O J /C\ ^T' **i£S* 'PT'!!0 TE55 -7?51' ciSs^. -KLJ3 JS- KSJT dSif iSTa

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

Tenders /sCOEPrtD— ';'en-!eis hava Vtcu 1 occi'pttfl -or tne ii'luTi'itfft p»b!ia winks : — - | Oantrac!; Ni. 22, 95 3, ro.*u Albury to Bxsiua- I noouiana— J. Gu'ininincs, Albury. Ad'tStiuupj 1 aUflrationF, poai %\A tclpgv.iph - ffic -. Tj-^Ifta I -G. il, D.sv»s H--_ R J..VW, p.Ji.ii ,», &o., - I r.. let- qu.iwv--- :niu iociivUjj ul N.'.r^uduri*— J, i

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

SPORTING. '. TURF NOTES. (Bt atlas.) The Culcairn Farmers' Baces tske place -o- morrow (Saturday). Good entries have been received for the principal handicaps. The weights for the Calcairn and Farmers' Hanii caps will be founi in another column. A day's racing is aho aunouaced to be h°ld at Mr, Klose's, Jindera Hotel, on Monday next, 27th January. Horeeowners who wish to nominate for the Janee races may be reminded that entries will :??? b3 received by Mr. T. C Humphrys, hon, sec, , for the Janee Cup of 35 sovs., and cup value £10 103. (presented by Mr. T. Fitzpatrick, M P.) ; and the Clarendon Handicap, 25 sovs., up to 9 p m. on Wednesday, 29ih Jannary. The races are to be held on 19th and 20th February. The Tallangatta Kacing Club'9 programme will be found in another column of the present issue of the Banner. The races take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, 11th and 12th Febru ary. The hon. secretary, Mr. D. G. Dunnett, has provided a liberal bill of fare, and should receive a good ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARREST OF A WELL-KNOWN STOCK-DEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

r '' ARREST OF A WELL-KNOWN STOCK-DEALER. Considerable sensation was caused in stock dealing circles at Echuca on Mon ' day when it was announced that Claude Perrignon, a well-known stock dealer of - thatdistricfc, had been arrested on a charge of cattle stealing. The warrant was issued by\ the New South Wales police, and Perrignon gave himself into custody. ? He was' brought up at the Moama police '' ~ court on two charges, one being for steal - ' ing three head of cattle from a farmtr named Lennon, and the other with steal '' ing a cow belonging to a butcher named Bell, of Moama. As arrest _ had been 'made only a few hours previously, the police were not prepared to go on with the case, and asked for a remand, which was granted, bail being allowed in ac ' cused's own surety of £200 and two sureties of £100 each. The hearing of ? ? the case was adjourned until Saturday. 'Perrignon recently came into conflict ?with the Customs over some smuggling cases.

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

DEATH IN A CHURCH. ~. .' ' . , During the Church of England service [- 1- at Branxholme on Sunday morning, and ? - ' whilst standing up singing one of the hymns, a well-known and. respected young man of the town named Mr. William Foster suddenly fell back in his seat. . Thinking he had only fainted he was - ' lifted up and carried outside, but after easning twice for breath he suddenly 1 ^ expired. The affair created a great sen ? Bation, the deepest sympathy being felt for the bereaved parents, who are both about 80. years of age, and for his young wife, who ia in a delicate state of health. The deceased, who was about 33 years of age, was a carpenter~by trade, and has resided there all his life, being a promi nent member of the church and other local institutions, and was a great favorite ' -with everyone. A coincidence in connec - tion with his death is that it was only on - the previous day he had charge of the '- funeral arrangements in connection wifch two deaths that occurred...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELLING RAILWAY TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SELLINC RAILWAY TICKETS. A man named H. T. Davis was on Monday fined at the Water Police Court, Sydney, £5 on each of three charges for selling railway tickets without, the authority of the Railway Commissioners. Inquiries made by the Railway depart ment show ? that the system of selling unused railway tickets by private agents has been carried on to such an extent that the loss of revenue is estimated at thousands of pounds per annum. So much has this business developed that country agencies have been established by Sydney firms throughout the colony to deal in tickets, considerable profits resulting from this enterprise. In Sydney one dealer surrendered to the railway authorities 60 tickets valued at between £30 and £10. Some fifteen persons were wailing outside his office to buy tickets when he gave up his stock.

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

DINGOES AND BUSH FIRES. Writing in connection with the dis astrous bush fires in tho G-andagai die trict the local paper pays : — ' Since the fire numerous packs of dingoes have come in from the back country, and are destroy ing sheep wholesa'e. It will take many a long weary day to again build up the miles upon miles of fencing destroyed. Too much praise cannot be given to the many volunteers who Bpent days and nights in the dreary and dangerous work of extinguishing the flames. The ap pearance of some of thesa men, after a few days at the fire, would terrify anin experienced person — eyes red as blood from the smoke and heat, faces pallid and voices husky. Sympathy is expressed on all sides for the sufferers, and iu few cases it might be well if this sympathy took the practical form of monetary assistance.'

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

SHOOTING CAME. Tefc Lee, a diminutive-looking, China man, who appeared at the , Auckland (N.Z.) police court oa January 4i, will probably not go round shooting pheasanto, even tbough fchey feed p$ his M cabbageq' {\ni « l^tucesj' foe c\ litiSo wjsle mwi says the Auckland Star. He was charged before Mr. Nortberoffc; S M., with^ having on December 26 unlawfully killed a pheasant out of season at Parnell. Yet Lee, through an interpreter, said he shot tbe pheasant (a hen) because it was root ing up his garden in Parnell. He shot ab it, but did not kill it,, only wounded it He- did not know that there was a law against shooting pheasants. Mr. North croft told Mr; Lee that he was liable to a fine not exceeding £20 for shooting a hen pheasant. He fined the Chinaman £5 for the offence, with costs £1 5s. 6d. The fine was paid in court

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA. Dr. Ande-son, the new consecrated Bishop of Riverina, arrived by the Mas eilia. He-intends goirig to West Mait land to see his parents before he proceeds to Hay. He said that while in England he travelled a good d^al, and saw a marked difference ia religious life after having been absent from the country for 14i years. There seemed to be great; r life and vigor throughout the whole church. He noticed this especially in the country districts. For instance, on church doors, were notices of literary meetings and special services, and there seemed to be a great deal more inter course between the clergy themselves, and more frequent interchange of pulpits. In his opinion the Church is far from being on the wane. It is quite the op posite.

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

GENERAL SPORTING. A team from the Albury Cricket Association will proceed to Corowa tomorrow. Mr. A. J. Smith, of the Riverina Grammar School, Albury, who recently visited tho Vic torian capital, succeeded in arranging fora team of East Melbourne cricketers to visit Albury and play a two-days' match on Good Friday and Saturdav. The cricket match between the Sydney and Melbourne Univeisities was concluded on Mon day, and resulted in a victory for Sydney by ten wickets.v The disqualification imposed on the N.S.W; champion bicyclist, Joe Megson, by the 8ydney League of Wheelmen has been removed by that body, a petition having baen presented on behalf of Megson. A punter has turned up at Monte Carlo, whose success has eclipsed the doings of Garcia and Wells, He is a surgeon-major in a Bussian regiment, who was bo celebrated for hia good luck at cards th.t his brother officers raised a sum of money and sent him to Monte Oarlo to speculate. In August he won half-a-tnillion francs, in Octo...

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

LOSSES BY DROUGHT. . Another passenger by tbe EanelagV tad also been one of North Queensland's great- and wealthy men (writes the Torres Straits Pilot.) A drought brought death and desolation to one station upon which he and bis brother had paid about .£25,000. -- They consequently lost it, as also two other cattle runs and a large 'quantity of landed property in and about Townsville. It all went, and one of tho victims is now a working miner on Horn Island, poor, may be, but as honest as .ever. Another squatter who made things hum in Townsville about 13 years ago, even going to the extent of forming a private racecourse— tbe one now used by the principal club— has just filed in Melbourne. According to his statement he has gone through £43,000 since 1882. Kogarah, near Townsville, remains the property of Mrs. A. H. Rourke.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAD FATALITY AT MIDDLE-PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SAD FATALITY AT MIDDLE-PARK. ' A shocking discovery was made at ~ Middle- park on Monday afternoon by two ' - boys named Victor Hart and Charles Martin. In the sands which abounds there they noticed a foot protruding, and on digging a little found the body of two boys. While Hart kept guard over the bodies Martin ran away for assistance, and presently Mr. Mashford and some Bewerage labourers arrived and dug the bodies out. The sight was a terrible one. Both bodies were much decomposed, and, lying Bide by side, suggested that the boys where playmates, who had been over whelmed together by the fall of a gand ?bank. And eo it proved, One lad was Lawrence Malcolm, 14 years of age, and the other a lad of about the same age, namedFrank Roche. Eoche and Malcolm were cousins. Much sympathy is felt for the mothers of the two boys. They are sisters, and both are widows.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY.—TUESDAY, MARCH 3. AUSTRALIAN CUP, [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Second Day. — Tuesday, Maboh 3, AUSTRALIAN CUP. Of 20 bovb. each, with 600 sov«. added ; second, 100 sov. ; third, 50 sovs. Two milea and a quarter, Bt. lb. afc.lb. Patron ? 9 10 Honda ... ... 7 7 Havoc ? 9 7 Fort ... ... 7/5 Hova ? 9 7 Idolater ... 7.3 Q aver ... ... 9 6 Toreador ... 7 3 The Admiral ... 9 0 JBarlston ... 7 3 Mahee ? 8 12 Kirkby ? 7 2 Music ? 8 10 The Enchanter. 7 0 Preston ... 8 10 Trentsido ,.; 6 13 » ' Wallaoe ... 8 10 Stmhan ... 6 11 Waterfall ... ' 8 5 Lord Richmond 6 11 Dreamland ... 8 3 Taurus... ... 6 9 Acmena ... 8 2 Trentbam ... 6 9 CheBtermau ... 8 2 DeVere ... 6 7 - Elswiok ... 8 0 Damien ... 6 7 Aquarius ... 8 0 Wolf ? 6 ' Bradford ... 7 12 Lucid ? 6 7 Palo Alto ... 7 10 Venetia ? 6 7 Noda ... — 7 9 Laura ? 6 7 Lord Chaa. Scott 7 8 Palmetto ... 6 7

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A PRIZE FOR BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

A PRIZE FOR BUTTER. A circular has been received by the Secretary of Agriculture (Mr. D. Martin), intimating that the Q-overnment of New South Wales has through the Royal Agricultural Society of' that colony offered a prize of £50 for the best ex hibit of butfer at its show ia April next. The competition is open to all colonies, and exhibitor is to compete with more than one exhibit. Each exhibit shall con sist of not less than five boxe3 of 561b?., net weight, and all exhibits are to be in the hands of the secretary of the society (Mr. F. Webster) by the 15th prox. The secretary will have the exhibits stored ia the same refrigerating chamber, and each box will ba sealed with the seal of the society when placed ia tli9 chamber. The entrance fee is 5s. Further par ticulars can be obtained by intending ex hibitors from the secretary, Tattersall's Buildings, Hunter-street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY.—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

V.R.G. AUTUMN MEETING. Fibst Day.— Satuedat, Febbuaby 29. newmabkbt handicap. Of 20 sovs. eaoh, with 500 sovs. added ; second, 100 sovs ; third, ($0 bovs. Three-quarters of a mile. ~ , Btlb. Bt. lb. Hova ... ... 10 7 Hugbie ,„, 7 9 Moatyn ... 10 3 Kelp ? 7 9 Erl King ... 9 12 Cravat ... ... .7 9 Mahee ? 9 10 Bloodwood ... 7 9 Solanum ... 9 6 Pilatus ... 7 8 Whakawatea ... 9 3 Gehenna ... 7 8 Ohalenger ... 8 13 Malula ... ? ... 7 7 Courallie ... 8 12 Raymond ... 7 7 Elswick ... 8 1-1 Lord Richmond 7 7 Marusa ... 8 11 Brungle ... 7 7 Laundress ... 8 10 Nobody ... 7 6 Vanitaa ... 8 10 Coronation ... 7, 6 Valiant ... 8 10 Mercia ... ... 7 5 TiuBtream ... 8 9 Jubilant ... 7 -5 Warpaint ... 8 8 Amiable ... 75 Moorite ... 8 7 Monard ..7 5 Common ... 8 7 Engineer .„ 7 5 Carlton ... 8 7 Cabin Boy ..7 4 . ' Lord Ohas. Scott 8 7 Partbia ... 7 3 -?- Asootvale ... 8 6 Himespim ... 7 .3 Destiny ... 8 6 Trentham ...' 7 3 Bullerana ... 8 6 Mundiva ... 7 3 Insoiration ... 8 6 Maie ? 7 2 Kallara ... ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE WAR SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

THE WAR SCARE. The war scare is being made the most of by our military authorities. No doubt jit proves very useful to military men, for Great Britain now and then to have a bit of angry talk to one or more of the European powers. There ia a stir at interest is aroused in regard to soldierising generally. ?- It is now proposed to form an Irish volunteer regiment in Sydney on somewhat similar lines to the Scottish Rifles. Reid, Brunker, Major-Q-eneral Hutton, and Cardinal- Moran have all expressed their approval, so it seems likely to become an accamplished fact. It ia to ba free from all political and sec tarian influences, and will supply an answer to some of the foolishness of other Irishmen who have tried to play into the hands of England's foes. The Loyal Trish of Sydney form a pretty big con tingent.

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