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FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

FtOTSAM AND JETSAM, (By H.N.T.) '? Speak naught but kindly.' The Hon, Gaorge Houston Eaid, Prime Mmister of New South Wales, and High Priest of the Federal movement, is nothing Hf not paradoxical. As evidence thereof he unburdened himself thaaly the other day to a deputation of unemployed anent the unemployed supposed to come from other colonies :— ' We have enough to do to find Work for our Own reonle. If r.hnv think they are going to participate in the expen diture on oar public works, they are greatly mistaken.' What a statesmanlike utter ance, and what a federal spirit to evince. If it ia to benefit the white-vested importer and merchant prince of Potts' Point, Mr. Rsid is an ardent freetrader, but when it is to help a poor starving unemployed tramp, whom circumstances have caused to wend his way Sydney wards, he is an out-and-out and bigotted protectionist, forgetting that he is an avowed federationist, and that we are all hoping soon to see the federal move ment a practical fa...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

FIREATWACGA. ? -o ? An alarm of ore was given on Tuesday morning at a quarter to 4 aad shortly after wards a huge flame was seen off tha Esplanade. It wao quickly discovered that the building on fire wasthe Murrum bidgee Brewery, which has for many years been worked by Messrs. Martin Treacey and Son. Tbe flames were first noticed in tha south-west corner, in a portion used as aa office. Mr. Martin Treacy (son of the late Mr. M. Treacy) was quickly communi cated witb, but all efforts to quench tha flames were baffled bytheinflammablenature of tbe building, which was of wood, rooied with iron. Tbe hose was quickly brought to bear upon the burning mass by the Wagga Fire Brigade, but at that time it was impossible to make any headway in stemming the progress ot the flames. The result was that in the course of a few minutes the building was completely gutted. Streams of water were played upon the debris, and the flames prevented from spreading to the adjoining property. Fortunately there...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

S ) Awkward. — Visitor — ' D.ia't ,you find tho ecreama of tbe engines ra'her a tuisance ? ' Visiiee — ' That's i.ot an ecgine ; tlnu's my Xbu' Mt.B»H^e)ifi8 M:jrii.imcBet.-:i\iD'thips sre the mo t ooiimu'iiib'ss to a-iv*:) in. Pus-.engi.'i's ar^ ''??.oked rn'-oi!;»i\ o IjO-vj o!.\ siid Kiig:is'« ia :okons ??i t- -ii--- W-. ? ??? '????? .ul! jiii.; u-iii:i'.rs r.- com pany's oliioo, Quceii'tf Corner, Piti-strect, Sydney,'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

\Jri$/ ^y^Jj/Q/ (l/U/i/ HJitsUbliJ -* JU 'vsWlI (l/J/vJI/u QJ Ji_o HJuiu JL£d u&Kj%J£&a qJ/ 7 qJ/ 7 Let the news spread! Kindly tell it to your friends! Gommencing Saturday, February 1st, at 12 o'clock, and continue for one month. I 30 cases of new goods landed since the repeal of the duties, bought at I a sacrifice, will be included in this great sale. I - Dear Public, — Our sales are' so well known that it is unnecessary for us to puff and blow, I as you know it !„, die only one in Albury that is real genuine, and we challenge any store- I keeper in Australia to dare offer the same bargains. For the convenience of our country I chV'lo who cannot attend we will quote a few of the lines so as to enable them to participate E in the good things by ordering through the post. I Open-work Muslin, Is. lid. doz., worth 7s. 6d. Zephyrs, all shades, worth Is. yard, sale price 4s. 1 Id. doz. Prints, 2s. 6d. doz. ' ! Cashmeres, black arid coloured, 9d. yard, reduced from' l- 2s...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HEALTHY HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

HEALTHY HOLIES. £| Moisture and other vapors of the soil on ,,-U ' 'which the home stands must be prevented as far as practicable from entering the c home. For this purpose the ground floor *- ' may be raised 2 ft. cr more above the soil, ?and the space between the floor and the -soil be freely ventilated, or the whole of the site on which the home is to Btand may . be covered by some impervious material such as tar-paving, mineral asphalt, or concrete and cement. You may think this is unnecessary, and there fore I would draw your attention to the ' ? -~ ? fact that the soil contains a great amount of air, consisting largely of vapors which have arisen from the decomposition of - organic matter in it, and that this air is in continuous movement. If you go down certain mines in Victoria, especially when the wind is blowing from the north, you 'will find strong currents of air proceeding from the cut surfaces of the shafts. This current is in chief part due to pressure of the outdoor ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OWNEY, THE AMERICAN POST-OFFICE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

OWNEY, THE AMERICAN POST-OFFICE DOG. ? , ' To the list of famous dogs has to be -/„;? I. .?~ added an American specimen named Owney, '- s t' who is a great traveller, and who likes \ :, n nothing so well as going on the trains with j*\ ^ the mailbags north and south and east and , -? west in the United States. From an account v -{t\ of the animal in the current St. Nicholas ' ?—?*--' we gather that he has travelled from Alaska to Texas, from Nova Scotia to Florida, from Pennsylvania to Missouri — making - - --''- such 'side journeys and stop-overs' as pleased him, either for rest or feeding. % '' r He first joined the Post 'Office Department at Albany, New York. He either wandered in or was left there by some boy who came on an errand. Not being a letter, he was ; ';/ never advertised and never called for. Finding the quarters comfortable, he stayed. Heisknown as 'the Albany PostOfficeDog,' and is a popular member of the department. - - Owney knows a postal car as well as any ? - po...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

? ? Wanted* ? MI8S MACNAMABBA'S Registry Office, OHve-streef^^pTTEp, all kinds of Domestic Servarr^llla MamgJ&Couples and Governesses. Alf cotStJ^applications must have enclosed ?vrith thorn one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. RS. LAW§0N'8 REGISTRY OFFICE, Smolletj-street./iWANTED, all kinds of Domestic Serifints j j;fe.|TMarxjsd Couplea and Governesses, l^^duntryapplications must have enclosed witn'them one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. BS. BURTON'S REGISTRY OFFICE, Kiewa-street (fast below the Robo Hotel). WANTED, all kiajEfs of jj&nestic Sorvants, Married Couples, siitf GoyeiSs^sep^ Alteountry applications must hava^nfelose^SHil^cnem one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. Terms moderate. Also, a respectable House for young girls awaiting situations. M' ~ bbThopper's RiaisTjRsy office fob SERVANTS, NoH, Se^|| Terrace, Olive street. — Wanted all kifiS^^yD^es^^srvants, male and female. All cotnrfry applications must have en...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TV|-ES8AGE.RIES MARITIME 8. SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO AND PARIS. , Steamers of 6500 tons, undej postal contract with tbe French Gevernment/Jallihsr at MEL BOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBS!NY, COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT JidD, will be dea-- patched as follow^- g POLYN^IBN.^alrd 0-. 26 ffib. 29 ~Mar. 2 ARYlAjgD BB- '% fy %5. . HIO# ? PoydjnotMar. 25 Ma%28 Mar. SO AUST^LIES. Viia&t M.prll92 Aprla25 Apl. 27 V.de^CIOTAI ''laKfthl^fdBy 20 Map2.) May 86 _pjfsage njpn^r£ji to JK^^fndiag table Return tickets, a^fplable for 9 or 12 months, at reduced rates. English spoken on board. UpoQ arrival at^ilarseilles, English mterpre* ' ters meet the psjgengers for London and give them every ass-.st&nce in landiDg and passing their luggage through the Customs, &c., and also accompany them to Paris and Calais For further particulars apply at the Com*, pany's Offices, Q leeu'e Corner, Pitt-street. E. BLANC, Principal Agent. WTOEDDEUTSOHEB LLOYD. IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL. MONTHLY DIRKOT ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LANDS OFFICE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

LANDS OFFICE DAY. ? : ? » .. , ..... The area of Crown lands which btfianiej - ' }. available for selection on 23rd inst. was ? - - muc'a less than usual, but notwithstanding /''; this a fjtir area was selected. Hcme- , ' , ? Btead selectiona were taken up as iol'^ra: — la Coonamble, 2 blocks, comprising 94f acres; 'Wagga Wagga, 3 blocka, 240 acres ; \ Tenterfield, 2 blocks, 87| aijre^ ; Urana, 11 \.. ' blocka, 3768 acres ; Narrandera, 2 blocks, 80 acres. Two settlement leases comprising 3932 were applied for at Ooonabarabran, and seven comprhlng 5738 acres at Gunnedah. Tho total number of applications for homestead selections and settlement leases for the day was 29, comprising 13.941 acreB. In addition t} this an area ol 17,374 acres was applied foe &% conditional purchases and conditional leases la varions parts of the colony. The total are* rapresented by the day's transactions waB 31,345 acres. The total number of homestead selec tions and settlement leaees applied for ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

Mia, Suburban— ' Tired, dear 1 well, vtby do you walk 1 Your husl and Iteops a car riage, doesn't hei' Mre, ? tJstoyssi' Ifea, he

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. TENDERS FOR GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. Tendebs fob Gbazing lands. Tenders will be received by the Board of Land and Works up to noon of Friday, 21st February, for the occupation for grazing pur poses only of the. following unappropriated por tions of laud *. — Grazing block No. 101 1, 65 acres, being allot ment 16 of section C, parish Gooramadda, county Bogong : Beechworth district. Grazing block No. 2817, 23 acres, being the land lying between the Ovens River and allot ments 169a and 169b and 170A, parish Boorha man, county Bogong : Beechworth district. Grazing block No. 3983, 750 acres, beiny that portion of timber reserve bonnded by J. Tresize's, T. Little's, Morrison's, Buck's, and Lewin's hold ings and Basin Creek : Beechworth district. Grazing block No. 4775, 27,600 acres, bsing pastoral allotment P, county Benambra : Beech worth district. Grazing block N\ 4869, 5000 acres, being allotments 75, 76, 80, 85, 86, and 87, parish Wyeeboo : Beechworth district. Grazing block No. 6458, 40 acres, th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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REVOCATION OF RESERVES FROM LEASE AND LICENSE. (Revocation will not take effect until the expiration of 60 days from 25th January.) District of Corowa. Within resumed area of Barooga holding No. 242. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

REVOCATION OF RESERVES FROM LEASE AND LICENSE. (Revocation will not take effect until the expira tion of 60 days from 25th January. ) District of Corowa. Within resumed area of Barooga holding No. 242. Reserve 7297 from lease and license, notified 6th October, -1888. County Danison, parishes Langunya and Tocumwal, about 50 acre 3, District of Walgett. Within resumed area of Goangra holding No 219. No, 23, 169 from license and lease for access, notified 8th Novemper, 1895. County Baradine, parish Evans, about 34 acres.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. INQUIRY UNDER SECTION 36 C.L. ACT 1884 AS TO FULFILMENT OF CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

FBIDAY, Fbbbuabt 14. INQDIBt TJNDEB SECTION 86 O.L. ACT 1884 AS TO ffOWILMENT OF CONDITIONS. Thomas Rome, cp 89-67, 61 Ji D. H Sohulz, cp 90-113, 217a George Seeliger, op 90 243, 160a Laurence Breen, op 90-256, 160a John Young, cp 90-261, 160a Oharlea T, Edwards, op 90- 278, Il3£a Samuel O'Dell, cp 90 299, 263a Bank of Aastralasia (John Rcv?3),op 90-305, 45a Elizabeth Ann Francis (G. D. M'Lennan), cp 91-135, 471a.

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SPECIAL AREAS REVOKED. District of Albury. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

SPECIAL AREAS REVOKED. Dhtriot of Albury. Special area No. 20,746, proclaimed 19th May, 1894. County Hume, parish Walbundry, subur ban lands at Walbundry, area 33a lr 30p. The Grown lands within the boundaries of measured portion 160 of 33a lr 30p. Inoladed in home stead selection area No. 130. Special area No 20,747, proclaimed 19th May, 1894. Connty Hume; parish Walbundrv, subur ban lands at Walbundry, areaJ37a 2r lOp. The Crown lands within the boundaries of measured portions 153 of 293 2ir lOp, 154 of 26n 3r lOp, 155 of 25a lr 10p, 166 of 29i lr 30p, and 157 of 26a lr 30t\ Included in homestead selection area No. 130. Part of special area No. 20,748, proclaimed I9ch May, 1894. County Hume, pariah Wai bnndry, suburban lands of Walbundry, area 249* lr lOp. That part of spec'al area 20,748 within the boundaries of measured portions 140 of 26a lr lOp, 143 of S6a Or 30p, 144 of 30a lr 20d, 145 of 26a Or lOp, 146 of 32a 2r 20p, 151 of 37a, 152 of 28a, 158 of 32a 3r. Included in homest...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. The under mentioted portions of Crown lands, conditionally purchased under the Crown Lands Acts, as well bb any conditional leases made in virtue thereof, and all rights attached to such purchases or leases, are declared for feited, but such forfeiture shall not take effeot until the expiration of 80 clear days after 8th January ?— _ ? Henry Sargent, 160a, Munro Bank of Australasia, 320a, Mimosa W. A. Bell and J. Y. Bell (transferred to the A. J.8. Bank), 120*, Wagra John Fogarty, 66a 2r, Cudjegong ? John N. Thomas, 80a, Gundibindyal A. E. Cross, 160a, Mulwala : Patrick Lane, 320a, Mowabla A. G White, 60a, Coolamoo Mathew Sawyer, 100a, Ironbong Wm. Konnedy, 820a, do.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE OF IMPROVEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

SALE OF IMPROVEMENT LEASES. His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to he notified that leases of the undermentioned Crown landB will be offered for sale by public auction, by the trict, at 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday, the 26th February, 1896 :— District of Parkea. Block 58, No. 416, 20,000a, Bulbcdney ; upset annual rent, £4 3s 4d Block 59, No. 416, 14,790a, do ; £7 14s Id Block 60, No. 416. 14,820a, do ; £15 18s 9J Block 61, No. 546, 5000a, Burra Bnrra ; £1 OslOd Block 62, No. 546, 11,000a, do ; £5 143 7d Block 63, No. 546, 8.000a, do ; £16 13s 4d Block 64, No 202, 8300a, Tyrie ; £6 9s 8d Block 65. No. 202, 6600a, do ; £5 3s Id Block 66, No. 478,6300a, Derribong ; £3 5s 7d Block 67, No. -478, 6300a, do ; £3 5a 7d Block 68, No. 478, 10,700a, 3o ; £5 11s 6d - Block 69, No. 478, 10,000a, do ; £5 4s 2d.

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APPROVAL OF AFTER-AUCTION PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

APPROVAL OF AFTER-AUCTION PURCHASES. The following applications under section 56 of the Crown Lands Act of 1895 have been ap proved :— ? District of Narandera. Matilda Halbish, la, Lapton Patrick O'Connor, 2a, do Ruby Gordon, 2r, Narandera Thomas Sbnttleworth, 2r, do Samuel Pearson, 2r, do Geo. F. Collings, 2r,' do Ann Denver, 2r, do. District of Gundagai, Wm, Back, jun,, 3r, Coolac.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

If you cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea ' in your listrict, write to D. Mitchell and Co., Clarence ytrees, Sydney, who will arrange for a supply at - onre through the local storekeeper. ? | THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REMEDY. COLEMANE & SONS LTD. WORLD-FAMED v.'S . - - -- ~ BUONOHITIS, ASTHMA, IHFLXJEHJSA, GOHSUMPTION.' l Awordecl Gold Medal, Chicago, 1893. Sold ovoi-y whore, SMce 1/6 & 2/6. ask m smmm & soh's, and sie THAT YOU GET IT.

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THEN AND NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THEN AND NOW. 7^ ?/ ? y ? ._ ^., __ Good-bye is an abbreviation of aaold^ _ ^ \ English form of patting, ' God be with' ' T you until we meet.' ' ' ' ' Furlong was at first a furrow long, or the distance that a pair of oxen would plough in half an hour. A vagabond was originally only a tra- % ' veller or'peraon who went from plaoe to place with or without a definite objeot. The heathen was originally a dweller on the German heaths, the last localities in G-.'-rrasiny to accept, the Christian religion. Stigmatise originally meant simply to brand, and in tho days of Shakespeare the farmer was said to stigmatise his sheep. Moonstruck is borrowed from astrology. . \ It formerly described one who was driven ' - ^ mad by sleeping in the rays of the moon. ? ' -

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OWNEY, THE AMERICAN POST-OFFICE DOG. T- [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

OWNEY, THE AMERICAN POST-OFFICE . V ooa. J , To the Hot of famous dogs has to be ''/*' '^ ' added an American specimen named Owney, ~ SJ''^^ who is . a . great traveller, and -who likes ' ' '-'''v *''''? nothing so wdl ae goivg on tho trains with ^ » ~ ~~' thti m-dlbf»»s liorth and ^ourh apd east and:' -' *'? #fcet in the Uaited States. Ftorn an iccounl; -^- ?if the animal in the current iSY Nicholas- -?''? we lifttbor that ha has travill^d fi.om Alaska) ?o TfX--M, from Nova Sttoiia to Florida, fri.-m P-'ntif-yivania to Missouri — makitg .such ' Kid« jiUrneys at:d stop-overs ' aa pl»--a3vv:l 'him, pitb^r for rwt or foeding. Ho fii-at j .ined th=- p.,sv OCSje DHpurtmeut at. Albany, N'W Yirk. Ko eiib--r wandered}, in or was lufi (h-rn by some buy who cama ' on an errand. Not being a letter, he waa rvvGv ' advertised and Dover called ftnv Fitiding thti quarters comfottable, he stayed. 'V. ^ Hois knowu 'kg ' the Albany P. -et Office Dog,1^ !-nd is a popular member of the df^partment^ O'...

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