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The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
Tho Rlvors. Thi following ahowa tho heighta of tho ^irera aboTO anmmar IotcI At tho underraen tionod plaooa at 9 a.m. yesterday:— THX DAJOIHQ. ^£ongnndi ? ? ? 8ft 8in falling Collarenabri ? ? ? 13ft Oin falling Mogil Moffil ? ? ? 7ft lOin falling Wtigeti— Barwon ? 23ft Oin falling , Da. Namoi ? ? 13ft £ia falling Ooodooga ? ? ? 6ft Tin statny , Browaxmm ? ? 12ft llin falling Bouxke ? 17ft lOin riaing Lonth ? ? 21ft 6in falling Tilpa ? ? '-3ft 4ln falling WUcauui* ? tin atatny Henindia ? 20ft 2in riaing Pooncarle ? 17ft lOln riaing ^?ntwortfc ? 7ft Oin atatny TUB KT71UUT. Albory ? Ht 10in falling Eehoat ? ? - low' . . 8wan Hill ? ? 3«« ri»«ng Boston ? ? 7ft 3in riajpg
Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
Shipping Hows, WHcannla.— Goldabrongh left for 8. A. on Wednesday. Deeoy left for 9. A* on Thun day. TUpa— Flojimoe Anoionrrlrod downrtrcfira reattrday roominj:. Louth.— Cato pasa^d downalreatn on Thursday night. Poopoaria. — Prince AUred- arrirwl np. stream yesUrday. Kta Ztillieent left down-, stream yesterday.
THE VENEZUELAN DISPUTE. LONDON, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
THE VENEZUELAN DISPUTE. LONDON, ILincu 19. jTho Now York Iterald suys that .'tfoliezueta has docidod that tho British claim to tho disputed territory i« un* tonablo. A blue-book on tho clniia will bo issued shortly. Lateu. The report iu tho Now York llerald to tho offcut that tho Yonczuela Boun dary Coromiaftiou had decided tint Groat Britaiu'd claim was untenablo, is omphatically denied.
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE UPPER NILE EXPEDITION ADVICE FROM VISCOUNT WOLSELEY. THE DERVISHES ASSEMBLED AT DONGOLA. A FRENCH VIEW OF THE SITUATION. LONDON, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
LA'fE 0ABIE NEWS. British and ForelCP^ [PBOlt OUB 0W5 CORft'KarOKDBXTf.] THE UPPER NILE EXPEDITION. ADYIOE FROil YISGOUNT WOLSELEY. THE DERVISHES ASSEMBLED AT DONGOLA. ; A FRENCH VIEW OF THE SntTATION. LONDON, Mxncn 18. Yificouut 'Wolsoloy ndviac8 thoUppor Nilo Expedition not to ndvnnco boyond Aknalios until Soptombor, owing to tho oxtrotno boat. Toil thousand dervishes aro us scmblod ftt Dongoln, and 2000 picked warriors aro stationed 100 rniloa from , tho Egyptian frontier. Tho Fronch Ministor of Foroiga Affairs has called attention to. tho gravity of tho mtaation likoly to onsuo from tho oxpoclitiori.' Tho Opposition party in tho Houao' of Commons will steadily resist any forward policy to rcconquor tho - Soudan. Tho camol corps nnd battory.of ilnxim guns nro Btnrtiug for Wady Halfa. Ton stoamors linvo aleo loft for tho 3atne placo with war matorial for tho oxpodition. Maecs 19. Italy hoa formally thanked England for defipatching tho expedition to tho Upper Nilo. Tho dorviohos ar...
AFFAIRS AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
AFFAIRS AT MILDURA. A meeting of settlers is to bo held at Mildura to-day for the purposo of con sidering tho position of tho mortgagors ond suggestions to be mado to tho mortgagees. What tho settlers desire and consider they aro entitled to is an exten«Ion of time for payment of balances and redaction of tho present rote of intercit. Unlaw the present tenure is improved many Bottlers will anandon thevr holdings, leaving tho expense of main taining tho wntor supply to ofew whoremnln, who would bo unable to meet it, thereby soverely depreciating tho value of the mort gagees' socurity. Tho settlement now is in a most critical position. It is hoped that tho Government will arrivo nt a speedy decision on receipt of Mr Stnart Murray's report. Should, as is expected, assistance be given, it must bo immediate, otherwi*9 winter irrigation will bo loit and many will be j , disbcartciicd that an exodus ii Scared. Anv delay will be most injurious. Me*Trs Foster. Tavemer nnd Isaac.*, members of...
THE PRICE OF BICYCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
THE PRICE OF BICYCLES. Tho following letters oppcared in tho i Melbourne Age of tho 12th inst. : — I TOT7IE EDITOBOF TltE AQn. Sir, — In answer to ' Fair Trade ' in this morning's Age, I havo just received tho latest prices for 1 39 J machine*, with all tho latest improvements, nnd I urn prepared to take orders for *;»v 25 or 50 machines, landed hero for about £10 cach. with 10 por cent, added for my iroublo. Thoy would then get them at firnt co.it. Theso prices aro ioc machines mado by ono of tho best makers in Englund, and highest claw workmanship throughout. Cash with «rdcr. Hoping to bo ablo to wind an order at onco, — Yours, 5*o., C. B. nowsiup, Picture Mount Cutter and Importor. 318 Little Collins-street, 11th March.
POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. Before Messrs F. O'Donnell D. N. Morrison and W. F. Stanbury, JsP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
POLICE COURT. FnniAY, March 23. Beforo Mumm E. O'Donnell, D. N. Morrison and W. F. Stanburv. JaP. Jntncs Devott was clmrtrcd with d'-nnken^ uesrt iu a public place at White Clirt'. f' wit, the bar of the Royal Hotel, pleaded guilty, and was admonished nnd discharged. For nsing ob«cone language within the hearing of persons passing in u public plate ho wus fiuM40*or2l days. Norman Campbell (on bail) was charged with drunkenness in a public place at Whito Cliffs, pleaded not guilty, wn* convicted and fined 10s or three dfiyw. lie wa« »t!«o ch artful with u-cing obseeno longunu'e at Whito Ciifi'a within tho bearing of permr-M piling in a public place, pleaded guilty nnd vr:\* fined 40s or 21 days. Ho was further clnrgfd with malicious injury to a uniform, the property of tho Government, value 12*. p'oadeu not gtiilty, wa« convicted and fined I2s or 21 day. Mr Busby nj.pearcd for John jracmanamon v. Jami* Austin, mnking nse of obfeone language in Keiil Ktrcet. Mr Busby for complainant. ...
THE MOUNT BROWNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
THE HOUNT BR0'WNE DISTRICT. (From oar Correspondent.) Warratta, March 10.— - Mining— Little Bondiga Ijeascs nt^now being granted to tbo olalmholders on thin portion of the flold, and pteparations aro being made to start work with renewed ' vigor. Tho Warratta public battery having now thoroughly gained, tbo confidence of tho majority of olaimboldcra, wo may oxpect to see Tetnrns of crnshings from a numbor of claims which havo liitborto hold aloof. ' Tho Western Star Jbeltor known ns Tuylor^s), which adjoins House's Reward, is without doubt a sterling proporty. In driv ing at the 70ft Iovol, a reef about 5ft wide waa struck carrying rich gold, and as a malt of this important discovery tho property has risen Tory much in valuo, and may now bo ' Consider^ one of tho beat claims on tho field, j BtTcral competent men who have inspected tho reef at tho lowost lovel, speak vory highly of its atmcaranco. An application has been made to havo a crashing or 50 tons of stono C through the Warra...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
TO THE EDITOUOF Till: AGR. Sir,— If 'Fuir Trado' (whoso letter ro Abovo you publish in the Age to-day] will call upon mo. I think I will bo ablo to nrrnngovrhat hound his friend* roquiro, aa I havo rwivod quotations from several makorH at hnme. and intend aimrtmsr an order homo next week. I may say that bioyoles i that are nold in Melbourne fur from £22 to I £28 are to he landed hero duty nnd carrjago I paid fur botween £11 and £12. I enclose my j namo and address, which you may hand to M Fair Trado ' if be requires it. — Yours, &o., ? 11th March. Bixb. Tho following is the letter roferrcd to by tho abovo correspondents : — 70 TUE EDITOB OF THE AOS. .Sir,— In your i-^uo of tn-day I notice a paragraph KtHting that 43 Richmond rosidents havo bent homo for 43 bicycles at a. cost of £1.0 each. I-know^Qveral ]-eoplo who want to buy bicycle*, und would willingly pay £10 or £12 for. ono. but who feel that £25 to £33 f'r auy bioyclo ia an imposition. If tho trimcs of somo of the lea...
THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (SUNDAY'S EXCEPTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
THE POST OFFICE. Opeu from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Sundays Exceptsd.V For tho transaction of business, receipt and deliveries of rcgiitorod lottcrs, salo of stamps, ond ordinary deliverios of corrcspondonco, in addition to the mora* ing and afternoon deliveries by letter carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday exceptoJ, whon no afternoon delivery i- made.) Jn tho c««e of lato arrival of mails, 30 minute* delivery. will bo givon np to 8 p.m., after which hour no further postal business will bo dono, although urgent cases of applications for letters may bo attended to at tho insidv or 'Moooy Order' windov, provided audi does not intorfere with the telegraphic business np to 10 p.m. SUNDiT. A delivery of ono hour of ordinal correspondence is. given, vis -9.30 to lo a.m.
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS Sunday. From Melbourne, Eohuca, Booligal Ivanboe and abroad, 6.SO a.m. From Melbourne, Adelaide, Broken HilV 1 and abroad. 0 a.m. From Wentworth A Monindie, 9 a.m. Monday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 6,30 a.m. From Queetfuland, Tiboohurra Mil parinkn, Tandarlo, and White Cliffs, 12. HO p.m. From Bourko Louth and Til pa, 5 p.m. From Queensland Wansaring and Paroo, Tufjdat. N« mniN. Wej-nzbdat. From Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m- From Wentworth & Menindie, 9 a.m. TmniBDAY. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, aud abroad, 6 30 a.m. From Queensland, Tihooburra, Milpa rlnka, Ynndarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Gnalln, Nelallie, and Coparlo, 12.30. p.m. FrtdxY. From 6ydney, Melbourne, Bourko, Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. Satxtbdiy. From S7dnoy, Melbourne, Cobar And abroad, 6,30 a.m. DEPAKTURES Monday. Por Mnnindio and Wenlworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill. Adelaide, Molbourno, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay and Echuoa, 1.30 p.m. Tuesd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
Ir you canaot obtain ' Myffl Tea' in your Sistrict, write to D. Mitchell & Co., Clarence strvet, Sydnoy, who will arrange for a supply atonoe through the local «torekcopeT.—Advt. Clahkp's Wobld-famed Blood Mix. tube. - 'The most searching Blood Clo^n*er that sejenc/* and medical skill has hroDgh* «o light.' Sufferers from Scrofula, Seurr?, Ecr.ema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Dieeaaes, Pimples and 8ord« of any kind are solicited to giro it i a trial to tpjt iti valuo. Thousands of wonderful euros have beon effoctcd by j it, Bottles, 23 91 each, sold ererywhero. | Bewareof worthless imitations and sub« j stitotes. I ONK BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to euro all dii- charges from the Urinary Organs, in eitbor sex (aeqmrod or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains in the back. Gunrao teed free from ^fercury. Sold in boxes, 4s Od aaob, by all Cbomista and Patent Medieino Vendors ; Solo 'Proprietor*, 'tho Lincoln and Midlaod Counties Drug Co t Lincoln, England. Tixe invcatment...
HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 21 March 1896
HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY, Thursday. Tho Hawkoabnry Autumn Meeting opened to-day , tho racing resulting as follows Hurdlo Race.— Goldstain, 1; Mirror, 3; Jaok Rattling, 3. - Nursery Handicap.— C-oroeiar, 1 ? Combe wood, 2 ; Contempt. 3. Rowley Mile.— Protos, 1 ; Pharaiaond, 2 ; All Thoro. 3. .», ? . Coriuthiun , Handicap.— Stiletto, 1 ; At taoh'mont, 2 ; The Gun, 3. .Railway Handicap.— Skipper, 1 ;* X»inra, 2; Redavni, 3. ' . .