The New International Encyclopædia/Albury
ALBURY, a̤l′bẽr-ĭ. A border town of New South Wales, Australia, on the Murray River, connected with the State of Victoria by two bridges (Map: New South Wales, D 5). It is sometimes called the Federal City. It is at the head of the river navigation, 190 miles, by rail, northeast of Melbourne, and has a trade in the agricultural and mineral produce of the district. Pop., 5500. Consult The Union Celebration at Albury, 1883 (Sydney, 1883).