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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
Wilcannia to Wanaaring. 'TOSKPfT MCBPHT'S Paroo Lino U of Royal Mail Coanbes lease Cobb k Co't. Office everv Wednesday at 9 p.m. for Watlaaring and intermediate stages. Faro* to and fro© Wanaaring, £4«— eaoh way, P. ROS9, Agent. CYCLES I CYCLES! EO'DONNKXiL & CO. cm uripplr . BICYCLKS and TRICYCLES for Onhi or on Timo P«ymoDt» HUMBKBS HOWES 3INGEB3 TRIUMPHS NEW BAPIDS WY-'CYCLKS . From £14 10s to £80. Further psrlieaUri on application to E. O'DONNKLL A CO., lloid-itreot. WAITED. 1,000,000 RABBiTS to bo delirored at tho MENINDIE MEAT. PRESERVING 'WOHK8 dnr fng the next six months. Rabbiters with plant apply immedi ately. WILL BAVIES, Secretary, Momndio Moat Preserving Co., Ltd. GEO. S. READ GEO* FERGUSON TKADIXO AS GEO, FERGUSON and CO,, CUSTOMS, 8HIPPING, FOHWAUUkN'G nnd COMMISSION AGKNT8. Aobkis Fob— RIVERS MURRAY DARLIXQ STEAMERS. ADELAIDE.llORaAN ind HUBBAY DHIDOE AND AS &EOKQB S. KUJ-A-ID, PORT VICTOR and OOOLWA. Adelaide) Offlco— Ubited' ChaMhejs Currio. street-...
CASES OF SHEEP-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
CASES OF SHEEP-STEALING. One la constantly seeing in tho reports of Quarter Sessions held at various eouutry ! contre.H that certain individoiils aro tried fori sheep-stealing, but it is rarelv, if ovor, that ? the twelvo good mon and truo who ant ns tho ! j jury find suflieiont grounds in tho evidonoe to i sustain n conviction, say* tho Ju»trala*itm i | J'aitoraliila' Jtevmc. The oth'-r day, at ona of tbo New South Wales southern town*, JudxoFitzhardingo, when tho jury bronuht in tho usual vordiot of 41 not guilty,' spoke out strongly. Ho is reported to havo said that, of eourse, ho was bound to record the vordiot, but it was tho moat unjust ono he had ever heard. Surely there must bo somo remedy for this kind of thing Y It is wall known thut in somo district# in tbo ooloay sheep-steeling is regularly pructisedy aud muny live on the game. Not vory long ago a station iu tho north lost 1400 wethers in ono mob: the^uwero doliburately driven uwav. : and worfsubsequontly looovcrcd on a ...
THE WORKERS' UNION CONFERENCE AND THE SHEARING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
THE WORKERS' UNION CONFERENCE AND THE SHEARING SEASON. Jivi'ittcJ went, to press Jiibf:imiTTtH4ho annual oouferonoo of tho AnnVnilittu Workers' J.Uniju /wa^ olUlnjj. at lUllana.'- Tiio umfercnec had adjourned pendiiiff tho nrriv^l of inll thij delegatus, 'as the ri^nlofUio prosidont.uleet(Mr R. Sleath. M;L.A,) tatakcthiH Kcat had bean challenged by tho Bourko'.^sS.W/} ' branch* doleyato, tinder viiruuiuutancas' fully net out in our iiist lfwuo, amt it was tuouglit ueMivtblo tbui till the delegntcH ehuuid be' piVACnt. to deal with tK) important a matter. ? Upon the conference rc-ntmhit? on tho 5lh Fobrunry, the delute on tho Bourke braueh prote^ whs resumed, und at its conclusion a motion ' was pas^id ns follows :— *? Tliat this conference is of opinion that tho protest of tho Bourke branch against Mr Stoath is not justifiable, inastnnch as he in in no way a defuultcr to that branch, and. furthermore, tlu^ consider that he (Mr Sleuth) is folly entitled tu tnko bla scat as president a...
THE MERCADOOL LAND CASES. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
THE MERCADOOL LAND CASES. SYDNEY, Fiuday. At tho Morcndaol inquiry yesterday, Mr O'Connor opened his address to tho Board, which was unfinished whon tho timo for adjourning arrived. It has trnuspired that tho inquiry is coating about £50 pur hour. Mr O'Connor suggestod that oao or other of tho selector-v cases should bo taken as a toat on .which tlio Board should givo a decision as to the legal' ity of Firobrace'u plan of advancing monoy to eeloctors. Mr Hoydon o]) posod this idea, but tho Board roaorved its decision ou tho mutter. Later. l^revioua to Mr O'Connor resuming his address in tho Morcndool case this morning, in roply to Mr Wiso tho Board said tho caao thov folt inclined to tnko was that in which application for land was first made, but no fresh caso would bo opened until next Wednesday week. It was nlso mig gostod, with a viow to saving cipeuso, that tho parties should agroo to tako tho evidence alroady given as far as it was relevant to tho pending eases.
A VICTORIAN OUTRAGE. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
A VICTORIAN OUTRAGE. MELBOURNE, Fhiday. A shocking outrage was committed at Talbot this morning, at tho resi dence^ Dr. Cunningham. Tho doctor answorcd a kuock at the door, nnd on oponing it was felled to tho ground by a lerrifio Wow on tho bond. Mrs Cunuingham rushed to hor husband's asHistunco, nnd found him lying in u pool, of blood with his brains protrud ing. Thoro ia ito hope of his recovery.
THE GAMBLING EVIL. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
THE GAMBLINQ EVIL. SYDNEY, Tirtmsiuv. At the Gambliug Couforenco last night, addresses were delivered aud paporu read ou the suhject. It was gonerally admittod that tho churches must take a moro active part in uiak* ing war ngaiust the ovil, with tho object of abolish'iog it altogether. A deputatiou from the Council of Churches interviewed tho Colouial fecretary to-day on tho gambling and auclug ovils.' The Rpok-njmeu advo* ' 'cafed* that 'notvapapers bo prevented from publisiiing auy reforonco to gatubliug, aud that distrihutiou lot toriott ehould be prohibited and church supproas^d. !. The evil' of nt tending dancing oaloojvy -\vaf- .pointed tiut,\nud? it wus^ oskod that tho age of couaont^BHould' bo raised to 16. Mr . Briinkor said lliere was soma necessity for Government action, but it -\v;io . imposeibloi to provouVgaiiibling.'rilto gother.^ IU . pvomisjtl.ltb ..introduce legialatiou.Doxt Kcasiou to modify or remove the evils comnluiucd of;