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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
ESTATE LATE AUGUSTE I IfSSENBAClj. 1AHE EXECUTOR in the above Estate having secured the service, s of Mr Carl Olsen, late of Forbes and Sydney, jT\ ~-r-— — who is a firstclass 'Watchmaker, and who coiiies here with splendid fillllirV credentials, begs to in: form the general public ' lilsllil ~^that the business will , be fSPIpSj] jl carried 011 as heretofore, -? wPp^' .-f and trusts to receive a fair ' share of support. .. The Stock has been carefully re valued, and to meet the times, a considerable reduction has been made all round, - E. O'DONNELL, Sole Executor, A WouderluX Medlolno, em»w$ For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Fhwhinp of Heat, Loss of Appetite* Shortness of Breath, Coitivcnefis. Blotches cn the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c. The first Dosz will give relief i:i rwrNrv M...
Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
SlUpplnff Hows. Tilpa.— Fioionca Annie patueU upotrcam pa WvdnesdtiT night. Louth,— Ciito pnsavd «ij-strnam on Tbius ^Sonindie.— -Emilj Jami luft- dowantrearo onlliHraflav. 'Printo AUn-d I^f t upstream un TliUradav. ?Pooneario*. — Mutrumbidgcc pamed up. ?tmnn on Thur«dav. 'Decor pasicd dawn stream yesterday. (VVentworth.— Pioneer und Excelsior left j for tho Darling on We.liK»»dnj. Pearl left 1 for Merman on Wedne?dny. j
THE WORLD RUNS AWAY FROM US. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
XHK WORM) RUNS AWAY PROM j ?US. Tho ntfcpr day wo had a talk with a nifin who knew as little of tho world around him n« a baby. Yet ho wa« a aan of naturally fine* infrllig'nee, be bad just tc*n rehcrod from prison. Ton yeare a^o he waa incarcerated under a lifo ^inrnct* iteccciiyi uoyroTcr, circum stance* had arisoa which proved his innocence, and ho obtained hit froedota. Bn» nnthint? scorned as boforo. Ho had »tu(!--nary while thf* world moved on. Many of his old friends were doad( and &U woro changed. A big slioo of his earner was lost, and worse than lost. Could he erer make it up? No, novor. Besides, although he had committed no offence, tho mere fact that ho had been conrtclttl of one. would always place him at a disadvantage. Different as it is in all outward con* dllions long illness produces results which resembles tboso of enforced mlitudfv When confined to our homes hydiaoa»*we arc virtually o«it of the world. Friends may. and do, pity us; bat they do not lie dow...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
CRICKET. Tho roturn crioket match botweon teams pickcd by Men-»r« Aveyard and Pattorson was concluded on Wednesday last, and was won by tho latter by throw wickets and poven runs, after an oxcitiiig gamo. Appended nro the ficore.s : — Av£yaxu-'s Thi*. First Linings . . . . GtJ Second Inninga. Ki'lton. 1» Patterson .. .. .. 0 T. Stcv.Mnou. b Patterson ..3 Laidlaw. I.b.w., b Marriott .. .. 0 Avoyard, not oat .. .. ..32 Devine, o Brown,' b Patterson .. - .. 0 Mullen, o Pike, b Marriott IQ Grace, o bub., b Marriott .. ..2 C. Stevenson, o Pike, b Marriott . 3 Stowart, run out - : 0 Miller, b Marriott- ;. ... ' 0 Campion, ubsent 0 Snndrios , , , , ? ' 2 Total .. .. ? ,, v V. 68 Pattcbso^o Tzam. First Inninga ? ' .. * .',119 Second Inninga^ / Pike, o Grace, b Mullen .. . .3 Allen, b Aveyard . , ... ... 0 BradHhaw, Mullon ... .. - ... 0. Ewen, b Aveyard .. ,. .'0 Marriott, run out .. .♦ ..--I O'Conncll. not out .. .. ? ? 2| Wares, b Mullen ... .. .. 3 Pattnr*on, b Avpyard ;» ' 2 j Sundries ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
I* you cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea' in yonr district, write to D. Mitchell & Oo., Clarence Street, Sydney, who will arrange for a supply at onoo throngh tho local storekeeper. — Advt. Clarka's World-tamed Blood Mix. tubb.— '-' The most searching Blood Cleanser that fctenca and medical skill has brought to light.' Sufferers from Scrofula. Sourrr. Eczema. Bad Less. Skio and Blood Disease?, Pimplos aod Sore* of any kind aro solicited to give it | a trial to test its value, Thousands of I wonderful oares have beon effected by , it, JBottleft, 2s 9d each, sold evorywhoro. Beware of worthless imitations and sab* atitntes. ONE BOX OP CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to euro all dis charge* from the Urinary Organs, in either aes (acquired or oonalitational), Gravel, and Pains in the back. Gqaran terd free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s Cd cach, by all Cbemista and Patent Medieino Vendors ; Solo Propriefai's, the Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Co , Lincoln, England. Tra investment p...
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
TttS HAILS. ARRIVALS SUJTDAT. From Melbourne, Echuca, Booligal Ivanhoe and abroad. 6.30 a.m. From Melbourne, Adelaide, Broken H\U* and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wootworlh & Monindio, 9 a.m. MoxdaY. From 8yduey, Melboarnet Cobar» and abroad, 0,30 a.m. From Queensland, Tiboohurra Mil ' parinko, Yandarlo, and Wbito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Bourke Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. From Queensland Wanaaring and Paroo, 6 a.m. TtTESDAY. No mails. Wednesday. Frrm Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wentworth &Menindie,9 a.m. 'immeDAY. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, C.30 a.m. From Queensland, Tibcohurra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and White Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Gnnlta, Netallie, and Cnparlo, 12.30. p.m. Friday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Bourko, Louth and Tilps, 5 p.m. Saturday* From Sidney, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 a.m. I-EPAUTtJRE3 arowjAV. For Menindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Bt-oken Hill, Adelaide, Molbourno, atid abroad, 3 p.tn. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay aod XCcbu...
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE UPPER NILE EXPEDITION. THE DERVISHES TO BE ATTACKED. A PROTEST FROM THE SULTAN. LONDON, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
LATE (JABLE NEWS, Britiuh auil (Torel^ti. [faow ou a own coitr.r.8Posi-csT8.j THE UPPER NILE EXPEDITION, THE DERVISHES TO BE ATTACKED. A PROTEST FROM THE SULTAN. T.oNDON. SLiBcin 25. It is oxpoctod that tho Uppor Nilo Expedition will bo ablo to provoke a battlo with the dervishes ia tho vicinity, of Suudut. Tho Indian Ifovornmout is mobiliB-. ing troops for tho asaistanco of tho. cspodition. JfAncn CO. A largo forco of dorvibhes ia again approaching Knsanlu. Tho Sultan, at tho instigation of Franco and Russia, has protested against tho Uppor Nilo Exposition. Both Franco nnd Russia refuso to sanction tho ueo of tho Egyptian ro sorvo fund to dofrny tho oxpensea of tho oxpodition. Franco insists that England should pledge hereelf to the early evocuation of Egypt. Lathb. Tho Timtt states that Inst autumn, tho I'orto who intriguiog with Osmaa Digna nguiust tlio 14riti»li. Two powerful Arab slioika hnvu offoved aid to tlio Uppor Nile Expe dition.
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
THE POST OFFICE, Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. -- ; -'-(Sundays Excepted.) i For the transaction of business, receipt und deliveries of registered lectors, salo of stamps; : and' ordinary deliverios of correspondence, in addition to tnc morn ing and afternoon deliveries bv letter carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday exeepte), whon no afternoon delivery is mado.) In the case of lato arrival of mails, 30 minutoa delivery will ba givon up to8p.ra.i eftcr yhich hour no further postal business will bo dooo, although orgeat cases of applications for letter# may bo attended ^ to at tho iusido or 'Monoy Order' window, provided aueb dooj not interfere with the telegraphic business up to 10 p.m^ Sunday. A dolivery of ono hoar of ordinary conesjiondenoo ia g^veo\t vis -£L3Q to 10 a.m.
ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, Fsiday. The above rac-is were held ycntcrday with the following resulti Granville Stakes.— Dodo, 1 ; Dora, 2 ; Tahivera, 3. StceplechaHS. — Joker, ?! ; Othello, 2 ; Blacktrscker, 3. Rosoldll Stake?. — San Marco, 1 ; Roaobery 2 ; Moorefield, 3. Amateur Plate.— Namo, 1 ; Kelso, 2 ; Tho Ron, 3. City and Suburban Handicap.— ^ Checkraatc 1 : CoiiHdcnoo. 2; Rejocted, 3. Flying Wbltcr.—RApid RiYrr4.l ; Cqlgoa, 2 ; Surplus, 3.
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS. TBy Telegraph.') BROKEN HILL, Tuursdat. Tho sittings of tho Cluartor Sossious and District Court havo coucludod. Cichnrd Lloyd, who jilondod guilty to forgory nnd uttering, was eentcnccd to two yeura oa each, churgo — sontonces to bo concurront should ho find a ouroty for good bohaYiour ou his rolonse, otnorwiso to fiorvo tiuotuor yoar. Thoddora Costa and Albort Johnson wero acquitted on chargos of lnrcony.' Tho latter wua a Mouindio cnBO. No causo is known locally for tho drop in Proprietary shares. Tho polico proceeded apravQBt Josonh Huodlo, lessoo of tho Freemasons' billiard saloon, for hotting on tho Champion Race, and also, agaiuat John Clark for nllowiug tho premises to bo used for tho purposo. Tho dofondnnta desired to plond guilty, but tho juaticos postponed tbo honring of tho cases for tho P.M. Tho wcathor is now fino, tho rain having passed off. Fjuday. In tho Polico Court to-day, Reginald Scott Tonkin and Joha McArthur wcro committed for trial for tho r...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Smunino Rate3. — ThoPaatoralisLV Union haa fixed tho shearing ratos for tho Wilcannia district at 20a per hundred, hand or machine shoars. PBirrnucrriOK op Raeiuts i:* rnn West. — Tho rabbit inspector at Mosflgiot lias reported to tho Land3 Depnrtm-jnt follows:— ' Daring tho whole courf.o of my oipericnco m this rabbit infested country, now nearly nino years, I have nover fcetm tho peat so much roducod. Owners went at thorn in good camcet at tho commcnccmunt of tbo bummer, when thu water began to get low and did great work with poisoned water ; but dnrjng tho month of Jauunry, whilo tho heat vroa ao intcn&o tho rabbits dioj in millions from thirst and starvation. Many thousanda died in tho netting fentsos in their search for . food and water. I frequently trnvol 30 or 40 milca now and fcarccl^ roc a rabbit in country that wojj boavily infested sis mgntha ago.' At tho rolj^araul/ for tho Druids' Concert on Tuesday wight last, occasion waa taken by the membe...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
BFuEVITIES. ifr Roid was disgusted with his trip to Armidalo. Proaidant Whito, of tho Armidalo Show, must havo been aufforiug from 'lund- taxi:v ' whon ho silonced tho Premier. Tho Cowra contost is fixed for April 2, What's tho matter with April 1 P Dr. lloViis, M.l\, has passed through a perilous illness. IIo, is now slowly convalescing. Thoro ur« 4300 JuMicea of tho V^aco in tho colony. Mr liruuker is dealing with 1000 moro nominations. Mr Bull has just congratulatod his constituents on returning him to Parlia- , mont. Judging by vice-regal no wo in tho motiopolitan press, ouo would think that ' Oathorno Ilardy ' wua Governor of S.S.W. Tho defunct Daily Pott is now being ilnily post-mortemed. Italy is to spond an additioii.il fire millions sterling in a vain oHort to sub jugato Abyssinia. ' Tho S. M, Herald continuos to rofor to ' Westorn Australia,' which oxprcssiou is incorroct. It is West Australia— or, bettor still, Wostruliu, '?Tho land tax would compol ownors to impit)v» the...
Terrible Mining Disaster. EXPLOSION IN A NEW ZEALAND COLLIERY. SIXTY MEN IN THE WORKINGS. AUCKLAND, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
Terrible Mining Disaster, j EXPLOSION IN A NEW ZEA LAND COLLIERY. SIXTY MEN IN THE WOIiKINQS. AUCKLAND. Friday. An appalling disa&tor occurred nt tho Brunnor collicry, noar Groymouth, yostordav morning. A loud oxplosion was lieard at thu pitmouth, which was followod by doneo volumea of einoko rtud atonni iaauing from tho pit. Mr Bishop, tho managor, and Mr Smith, ontrinoor, tried to ontor tho inino bv tho tunnol, but woro ororo.omo by firedamp aud rondornd unconscious. Rcacuo parties woro formed, and tho work of endeavoring to rosctto tho CO mon in tho workings was soon begun. Up to hint night only fivo bodies woro rocovorod, and it was not oxpoctod that any more would bo reached beforo midnight. Crowds of woinon and children assembled nt tho pitmouth, and the sceno was a heartrending ono. Many wotuon wore with diliioulty restrained from ontcriuft tho workings. It is eupposod tho explosion was tho result of tho recont wot woathor. Tho roof of tho tunnol has collapsed, blocki...