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The Albury Border Post and Wodonga Advertiser, Fri 7 Oct 1892 1


    THE RIVER.—The Murray yesterday morning was 6ft 9in above summer level.

    DENTISTRY.—Mr Skeen, dentist, will visit Tallangatta on Monday, and Corryong on Wednesday.

    IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.—An announcement respecting a truss for rupture, patented by John Mellinger of London, appears in our advertising columns.

    BOOT REPAIRING.—J Brann and Co, of Berlin House, Olive-street, notify by advertisement that they are prepared to execute orders for boot repairing at Sydney prices.

    THE BOWNA LOOKUP.—The tender of A and T Kyle, of £975, has been accepted for the erection of the new lockup at Bowna. There were twelve tenderers.

    NEW INSOLVENTS.—James Henry Waite, of Smollett-street, Albury, boarding-house keeper; Eugene O’Sullivan, of Wagga Wagga, contractor.

    PIGEON SHOOTING.—Particulars of a pigeon shooting match to be held at Mr J Johnson’s pleasantly situated Ivy Hotel at Bowna, on Saturday, October 22nd, appear in our advertising columns.

    SALE OF WELL IMPROVED FARM.—Messrs ten Brink and Thatcher will sell on Thursday next, at 12 noon, on the ground, near Jindera, Mr E Schlieb’s well improved farm of 171 acres, together with machinery and implements.

    “CARBINE'S” SWEEP.—“Carbine’s” sweep on the Melbourne Cup is filling rapidly, and early application for tickets is necessary. Letters should be addressed “Carbine,” care Wyatt and Hughes, Dean-street, Albury. Particulars may be found in our business columns.

    CRICKET.—The cricketing season was to have been opened to-morrow, when a match Married v Single was to have taken place. However, owing to the state of the ground, the match has been postponed until Saturday next week.

    COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.—The man John Kennedy, a shearers’ cook, charged with an attempt to commit an unnatural offence, [on George Cross], was brought up on remand at the Police Court yesterday and committed for trial at the ensuing sessions.

    BAND SUNDAY.—On account of several of the members going to Beechworth with an excursion party on Sunday, the Town Band will be unable to give their usual performance. The band intend playing on Sunday week, when a collection will be made.

    TENDERS ACCEPTED.—The following tenders have been accepted by the Department of Public Instruction:—Cookardinia, additions and repairs, RG Allen, £120; Culcairn, erecting verandah, Jabez Stanton, £49.

    MINING.—Moffat and Wealands, who are working on the Golden Pye reef, Black Range, put through a crushing of three tons last week for a yield of 6oz. The Albury Federal Gold Mining Company have despatched 25 tons of stone to Sydney for treatment under the chlorination process, and the result is daily expected to be known.


1  The Albury Border Post and Wodonga Advertiser, Fri 7 Oct 1892, p. 11. Emphasis added.