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Sporting and Dramatic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 28 March 1896
Sporting anil Dramatic, Tho yoternn Brioky Colley is riding and winning In Queorudand. Tlio V.A.T.C. promises to pnnish foul riding, with disqualification for life. - | Tbo early eollap^o of tho bicycle mania is! predicted. It will have tho samo fate ns roller skating. .Aoychatisa sportaman who works bard and geti arnica foe hU pains. A ' jockey ring ' at Dunedin at tho re cont meeting ia tho turf topio of Maoriland just now. One jockey 'hided ' from bia employor. The jockoy inado a big coup. Protos wa« tbo surpri^o of tho Ilawkosimry mooting. Tho won of Qoldabrough won tho Rowley Sfilo in ulaahing style, beating Pharamond bv a nock. All There was only n neck from tho winner, und San Marco in oIohp attendance. Tho final furlong in tho Rowley Milo was finelv contested. Pharomond delayed his run too fong or tho flooty Protos would have played seconds to him. Protos was a rank outsider, nxd although his starting prico for the Rowley Milo was 12 to 1, any odds wcro ohteiuablo earlier. L...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
TELEGRAPHIC NEWSI (FR05I OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SYDNEY', Monday. I It is vory probahlo that no further I roturns will bo required under tho ; laud tax. Tho Cotumiasioners will | mako tho assessmouto ovory fivo yeum. | Tho question of tho exomption of life [ asaociation bonuses from incomo tax will bo docided by tho Crown law olficors. Tho Comraisaiouers hopo to havo all the incomo tax colleetod boforo tho 30th Juno, but not tho land tax. Tuesday. Mr Reid disapproves of tho policy of exclusive frootrado botwoon tho different ports of the Empire, as pro* pouudod by Mr Chamborluiu. Ho thinks it would bo disastrous to tho British Empiro. If adopted, tho policy would intensify tho hostility of foreign countries. The I-'onrd of Exports hold a con foronoo with tho Premier vcatordav. It ia gunerally admitted that tho Board is doing good work. Tho Proiuior saya ho has approved of all thoir recommondntious, uud a bill will bo introduced noxt session providing for tho inspec...
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS, [Br TELBQnmi.l BROKEN HILL. Tuesday. Mr Barnott, P.M., returued from his holiday tp.*day. Ho loaves for Hay ia week's time. Nothing has yot transpired concerning hia successor ^ioro, although it is known that t?omo ono has ^ooji appointed, A fire .occurred in O-xide-stroot yes terday nttornoon, destroying throe shop**. Tho lii-at .was owuod by Mr Davies, draper, and was, used aB a dining-room. Tho fire broko out in this suop, which was insured for £100 V iu tho Commercial Assuranpo Offico. Tho other two Bhops were occupiod by Tigho, a Japanese laundryman, aud Abdul Hamit, an ico-oroam vendor. Tho formor estimates his loss at £28, ^ho .latter at £22. The brigade did gopd work, aud succeeded in saving 9noTBhop. Nothing is kno.wri ub to tbo origiu of the liro. . The ?wea'thef ia fine aud cool.
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
The Rivers. TLo following shows tho heights of the »Ten above sununwr level at tho undormen iionod placta at 9 a.m. yesterday:^ Tin: DAWJNO. Hungusdi ? ? ? Aft 5*m falling Collorcnabri ? 4ft Oin falling Mogil Mogil .....' ? 4lt 3iu falling 'Walgett--i3&Twon ? lift 6in statny ' Do. Namoi ? 3ft Oin statny Goodooga ? lft 3in falling Brewaxnna ? 2ft 8in falling Bourks ? ? ? ? ' 12ft 4 in falling Loath ? ? ? ? ? 19ft Oin falling Tilp* ? 'Jlft 6in falling Wuconnia ? 23ft 2in falling Henindio ? 20ft Oin rising Pooncarie ? 18ft Clin falling Wantworth ? 7ft 2in falling TUB MUHBAY. Albury ? low Zcha«a ' ? ? 2ft lin falling Swan Hill ? ? ? low ' Buston ? 5ft 9in falling
LIVE STOCK, &c. ADELAIDE, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
LIVE STOCK, &C. Adelaide, March 25. Elder, Smith & Co., Ltd., report:— Cattle: ! (20 arrived for sale, of whioh 112 were from 1 - Queensland. 127 from the South-East, 317 ' from local paddocks, and the remaining fl4 from tho North of this colony. Tho quality ranged from plain to jmmo, with a good aelsotlon of bsst descriptions. 'With a good attondanco of tho local butchers, and aUo of oountrr buyers, competition was very keen, and prices wsra again firmer on all clssscs. the yards being cleared. Pnmo bollocks, £7 10« to £9 (ultra weight and quality £9 10s to £10 10s; a few higher) ; good, £5 10s to £6 10s : useful, £1 to £5 ; prime cowl, £S to £8 ; good, £3 10s to £4. We sold 180 cattle. Bhoop: 10,009 came to hand, tho bulk of which were in only medium to good order, ^ith few prirao forward. Best descriptions mot a brisk salo at considerably higher rates, whilst medium sheep W9ro also in better demand, but stores were hard to quit. Shippers purchasod about 000, and b...
THE MATABELE TROUBLE. SEVERAL WHITE PEOPLE MASSACRED. THE REBELS ASSEMBLING NEAR BULUWAYO. LONDON, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
THE MATABELE TROUBLE. SEVERAL 'WHITE PEOPLE MASSACRED. THE REBELS ASSEMBLING NEAR BULUWAYO. LONDON, Macck 29. Police reinforcomeats aro being sont to Mutaboleland. Several whito people in tho outlyiug districts havo boon massacred and thoir bodies mutilated by tho natives. Makck 20. Tho robellious Matabeles aro &s- Bombling iu lurgo numbers 30 miloH from Buluwnyo, aud aro layiug tho district wusto. Tho totyus of Inaiza and Shangwai, which woro beleaguered by tho Mata beles, havo beou relieved, tho rebels lobing heavily in the engagement. AtSlmngwai a compapy of lilibua toiing whites, who were raidiug tlio disaffected districts, wore nil tiiassacred aftor oiforing a dcaperntu resistanco. Tho Matibulea uuder Lobopula aro aiding in tho rising, A thousand whito women and child Ton havo sought refuge at Buluwuyo. The rebels aro oslitnated to uutcber 8000. ' Eight hundred* volunteers nro co operating with tho Chartered Com pany's polico in suppressing the rising.
BOURKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
B0URKE STOCK REPORT. J.. Anderson and Co., block and station agents, report ad follows for the week ending Maroh 'J3 : — Cattle. — We sold 139 head on account of F. W. Armytsgo, Norloy. Tracked to Sjdnsy 150 head on account of aa mo owner : trucked to BathurAt 30 head on acoount of same owner. Our Sydney agonts wire as follows: 2050 cattle yarded for tho week. Market weaker. Quotations : Extra primo yards bullocks to £6 14a, prime to £G, good to £5, mrdium to £4, primo yards cow* to £4 Da. irood yards to £3 10a, ruuaiuni to £2 15s. \V# have SOO head store bullocks now ?neur I here, threo years old, a good lot, priso GOs I cash. I v Sbcop.-— Wo sold 4000 ewes on acoount of Mr James Coleman. J?ricos still remain firm foe good Htore sheep, ar.d business difficult. Wethers, buyers to 5s 6d and sellers to 6s 6a ; ewes, buyers to 5s and 6o!!cra to 5s 6d. Our Sydney agents wire as follow* : —40,181 aheop pennod fortheweck. Market much lower. Quotations : Extra prime cross bred wethers to 1...
THE QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
THE QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS. The sot-back which tho Queenfiland Labor Party havo rccoived at tho elections now proceeding is nono the lees wolcomo bocnuRo it waa fully ox peoted. They docliuod nlliauco with the Opposition, exeopt on tornis which tho latter could not entortuin, and faced tho electors with tho cry, ' So cialism in our time.' Tito result has been that out of 20 candidates whom thoy put forward in tho first batch of electious only five succooded in ob taining ecata. Of these, Mr Glassky, who was eloctod for Buudaborg, has alrendy a Parliamentary record, and it was proBably on tho 6trcugth of this, rather than on account of his revolutionary war or)', that ho was returned. This probably will bo found 1 to bo the enso with others of tho fow I who woro successful. It is ovideut that tho majority of tho Queensland 1 electors havo no sympathy with tho socialistic cry, and but littlo confidoue* in tho agitators who put it forward. At. tho sums time it must be confeesod. thdfc th...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Houses Reward Claoi.— Our Milparinka correspondent wired us on Monday as fol lows u Tho cJeaning up in connection with tho crushing of 106 tons of quartz from Houtrn Reward claim, Littlo Bendigo, by tho Warratta Battery, was completed to-day. Tho parcel which counted of 60 tons of firsts, and 40 tons of seconds, yielded 200 ounces ef retorted gold, and 170 ounces of amalgam, containing iron pyrites, to bo sent below for treatment. It is estimated the return of tho present crnshing is over three | ounces to tho ton. Owing to the primitivo 1 method of treatment, it is impossible to separata the gold from foreign minerals.' The Amrr'o G.B.M. Boxes.— The Salva tion Army's G.B.M. ngont has bunded ua tho.following for publication : — ' Boxholders aro reminded that tho local agent will call this afternoon when boxes already out will be opeued, contents counted and receipti given for ramc, also at samo timo asks all frionds who aro desirous of helping on this particulnr w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
815 and 817 George-st, SYDNEY. (OpiKHite Railway Station.) Seud i-- r Price List. Putt Free. WATEItSgUnY WATCHES, DIRECT AGENT. 7« lid Long-wind, usually charged 13s Gd A Coutre-secouds Stop Watch, 10a 6d Short-wind Keyless, 12*, 15a Quick-wind Waterbury , Ladies' or Gents's, 20s Tho Unrivalled Keyless, 20s, 12 months guarantee £2 10a, Silver Hunting J Lover, 2 years' ' * guarantee .£3 10b Stiver Hunting, full cap, strong and reliable, 3 years' gimrantco J§4, Silver 'Hunting, full cap, compensation ' balance, 3 years' guarantee £4 10a and £5, Superior Hand-finished Eng ' liah Levers, 4 and f- years' puarantco J$C, £7, and £8, Highct Claw English Lovers made; last your lifetime, highly recom mended, 6 veara' Kuaruuteo Ladies' Silver Watcher, i'l 5s, £1 15s, £2. Ijlxtr* Keylesa, £2 104, £3, £4, all guaranteed Bent's Beautiful Gold Watches, Gold Hunting Keyless £G 10s £$ 10^,* £10, 3 years' guarohtoe, I8o Gold ' Huntara £12 10», £15, £20, £25, all styles, Plain Cased, * or Kngnio Turne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 April 1896
ESTATE LATE ADGDSTE IYSSENBACH. THE EXECUTOR in the above Estato having secured the services of Mr Carl Olsen, late of Forbes and Sydney, /(Sk who is'' a firstclass Watchmaker, and who comes here with splendid 1 credentials, begs to in- , ' llllllll vj®, form the general public fifiafl ^Vthat the business will be ^vBBKI' £\^' f) carried on -as heretofore,. ^ an(* tnists'to receive a fair The Stock has been carefully re- . valued, and to meet the times, a considerable reduction has y been made all round, E. O'DONNELL, Sole Executor, A *TO7'ox2.-3L@r'£ul S&fiEecUolxie. BBfWS For Bilious tnd Nerrou Disorders, racb u VTmd snd Pain In the Stomacb, Sick Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelliog after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flashing* of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Blotchcs on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c. Tny first Dosb will oiye bkt.tzf in twenty minutes. This ...