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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

SHE WOELD BUNS AWAY FROM XJS. ' Tho other day w© bad a talk with a &i*n who knorjr as of (ha tforld around him »* a baby. Yet he vm ft man of natura]ljr fine in-clli^«-r)Co- ho bad Jut; been rphercd ffoo? prigot). Ton ago ho w»« incarcerated under a life senttopo Recently, hMvevor, circnm. Stance* had ' arisen which proved his 'itiweeenc*. ondho obtained his froedom. , Bui nothing ti-ompd aa befof*.' Ho bad bscn stationary fybilo tbo wqrld taored pti. Alany of hi? old friends were deed, and all wero ohapfc^d. \A big ilto* of hit 'cnr»»or was losf. and wor-i? ilian lost. Conld hp ©vevmako it up? Ifa, peter. Besides, although b«r haid1 committed ' no offenca, the mere fact tbst bo had been contJtftai qf 'onff, ^ wtra]d-.fliwny« place him at V disadvantage -* .* Different *s it is in roll -out wntd con? diiion* Ioor ' Ulnes* product ' results jvnioh' resembles those of enforced solitude, 'When oonfined to otfr homos bydisea«owo s[r« virtually out of tlio l^brid. Friends tn-y.!8...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

SPORTING. 8YDNET. tnvssmr. Latest betting- on- tho Doncastor Handicap is 8. to 1 Conrallio, 10 to 1 Jack o' Lantern or Alhicoref 12 to 1 Response, 14 to 1 Vagabond' or Hin i doo. . Wallace ris a firm favorite for i tho Sydnoy Cup at 4 to 1, Toreador being at 7.'s, Yalianti Patroness and Tha Hnrvoster at lO'e, and .Damiien, Fort, Music and Delaware at M s. . J I. . . ? . .. ' TtttresbiT Nionr. j .THofinalnccoptOrnfortho Dnucaster ?fr^ndioap^ nro Oourallio, Kallatina, l'Vu3- Blue, Jack o' Xaatorn, Valiant,-*-^ ? — Vfort ' -Soyal Rose, Albicore. Inspire-. ? ,_v Sador, Renponso, Dalm^ ? ^ j Vagabond, ^ Waihine, MunrtTva -x-.O Hermit,. Elton,' ,r^3w'S,^osoboT7' ] Loonidns, Laura, and Paii^ ^ Tho following'are tho final nccdpi.. for tho Sydney Oim : , The: Harvester, i Delaware, Wallace, Tho Trier, Acmona, j Valiant, Malachite, Music, IVuo Bluo, Patroness, Response, Fort, Ohester man, Tho Heripit, - Elton; 'Waihine; Toreador, -Damien, Trerithiin), Lnura, obOt^h Iisssiei Leoiiidas, und, Sk...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

HEADACHE *. I $'ACK.\.CI-TH, i INDKi HrfTrON, , !, FLATOENCE. - . . ' SOUR- STOMACH ft! L1VEU COMPLAINT, PROMPTLY CURED II Y ?OMSMI5HTS TONIC. TIRED. NATtJRPslsR-KAT UKSTORHR. Mr. William-. C. -MofGtt, .(ierrinffong, N. S. W.t who-wntos on April 3rd, 1R«-3:— About throo.. -ear» ajjo. I wa* aufforing aevorely from ' indigestion, the symptoms frotn which I' suffered waro continual head Rcht«, ln*a of.appeUto, aovere pains in th® cheat aftor jftoal*. -..I had hardly lain down and got to sleep whon I would w*ko up with a Start and n terrified froling, . in fact whon I arono in.tbe . morning I folt moro tired than when I.went to. bed. . I . had not the alightent Inclination. to go to work ; whon I did so, instead offceiog ft £'casuro as it usually had been, it was a sovaro trial. Seoing so many advertised ..'remedies profes«ing to euro tho abovo symptoms, afur a doctor who w«a attending not giviQR-tno any relief, I resolved t« givo somo,.«f..(them a trial. I can say honestly I never jicc...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

BROKEN HILL NEWS. [By TcLcoiura.] I BROKEN HILL. Totbtoit. Mr Barnott,' P.M., was faTewelled by tho Court and polico. otEeiol3 and tho honorary magistrates prior to. his departure last night for Hay. High compliments wero paid to his ability and impartiality. Manning, an auctioneer and sales man, auu uawes were onargeu ni ino Polico Court, to-day in connection with the sale, of a disonsod bullock con signed from Ynndama station. Nomi nal iinos of £1 and costs wero imposed, aa tho dofondnnts were unawaro of the nnimald' condition ; otherwise In opoctov 'Webb would havo prosecuted undor tlio section making them liable to a flue Of £100. . '.v.. Berridge, who was injured in the accidont at Black 10, lias had four fingers hmputntod. Rolfe,. who had his leg orushed on Block' IT, is im proving. Ho will probably bo oper- ] a tod on to-day.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

I r you cannot obtain ' Myfa Toa' in your ^asfrtct, -write to B. H^tchcU 2c Co., Clarcaco a'troet, Sydnoy, --ho will orrango for a supply at onoo throngh U 10 local Bioro kocpo?. — Advt . CLADKB8 WORXD-FAI^ED BLOOD MjX reus. — 'Tb* moit searchintr Blood Cloan«er that vcionoo and medical skill ha* brnnght to light.' Sufferors from Scrofula, Snurvy, Eczema, Bqd LepB, Skin apd Blood Diecasso, Pimples and 8oron of any kpdaro solicited to gtvo it a tria) to tost its value, Thousands of wonderful cures hnvo boon cfFccted by it, Bdttloo, 2s 9d cach, sold orory whoro. Beware of vrortbloat imitationa and sub* utilutes. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 411 P^Lt»5 *' 1 warranted to euro all dis- : pharges from tho Urinary Organs, In 1 eitbef 8ff? ' (accjuirod or pon^Utntiopal), Gravel, aud^ainsin the back. Guaran* toed froe from Me/cary» Qold in hoses, each, bj all phemists and Patent M°dioine Vendors; Solo Proprietors, iho Tjinoolu and Midland Counties Drug Co-, ^incoln, England. The investment pohclos ...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA. TROOPS BEING SENT TO THE CAPE. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

SOUTH AFRICA. I TROOPS BEING SENT TO THE CAPE. LONDON, Apbil 1. Firo thousand British troops nro to ho dispatched to tlio Gape.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE AND RUSSIA. RELATIONS NEVER BETTER. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

FRANCE AND RUSSIA. ' DELATIONS NEVER BETTER. | LONDON, Aran. 1. I Tho French Premier declares that tho relations between Franco and Russia wero never moro cordial than at present.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AT COLOMBO. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MATCH AT COLOMBO. LONDON, Aran, 1. Tho Australian ' Eleven played ' a cricket match at Colombo against a representative eighteen. Tho homo team wont in first, and woro all dis posed of for 97 runs. The Australians put togethorl79 runs for eight wickets, and thus secured an easy victory, it being a one-day's match. Donnan was highost scorer with 41.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE UPPER NILE EXPEDITION. THE PRESSURE ON THE SULTAN. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

THE UPPER WILE EXPEDITION. THE PRESSURE ON THE SULTAN. ' LONDON, Apbil 1. Tho pressure brought to boar ou tho 8ultan of Turkey by Franco and Russia iu regard to tho Uppor Nilo Expedition has been ineffectual in thwarting tho British plans. Threo French ironclads havo ro coivcd orders to be rondy at Toulon for immcdiuto Rorvico.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE MATABELE TROUBLE OFFERS OF ASSISTANCE TO THE SETTLERS. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

KATE CABLE NEWS. I ItrUlcli nnit Forctsn. [ruair oun o\rw connnspoBDnnTs.Ji VhE, MflTABEt-E TROUBLE. . OFFERS OF ASSISTANCE TO ? THE SEITLEBS. .. - ? ; .LOITOON, Ami, 1. ' Grigualand has offered 500 rolnn tcoro to assist tho cottiers in Mataholo land. ? Tho Transvaal Government has also tondorod Assistance.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"ABSOLUTELY PURE" [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

! 'AB^OLUTELYPURE' This Is the dischwureuf rigid scrutiny of analy. tical chenilst-* and tbo experience nf th'no wh' here taken Wulf^s Scbnspps as a medical Agent, . .- ?? Thebb are vlotuallera and Tiotuallers— some licensed to sell liquids and others solids. 44 Tho butchers recently rose the price of beof to id por lb,' say? the Croydon Mining Jfetci, 44 and' lost woek tho1 hotolkeepera held a I meeting, at which most. of thorn agreed to j enter into A coutraet with' Curr Bros., who offered to supply them at 2d per lb, proWded a alx moutha' agreoiaeut was signed Tho other butohcra havo Iowored tha prtO, t-ut aro making overturn ' for tho par^hoMofa pub. in tho nrnin i^treot at wbich,ioerd is to oo remarkably oheap and lor\f aloovcra 3d. 'Ifie

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE A.U.P. SOCIETY. THE ELECTION OF DIRECTORS MR. R. M. PITT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

THE A. MP, SOCIETY. ; THE ELECTION OK DIEECTORS. j MR. B. M. PITT. ?' , Q By j\dverUaoment in another column it will bo nam that Mr R. ,M. Pitti of tho firm of Pitt; 8on aud BadgeryyLtd*, tho well-known S^rdpoy stock ngents/is a candidate for tho directorship of this, «-cietvv As tho' AiM.P. Socicty .has r Q\erB.bervhip of more tban^ fdOi^OO in'Australajia, this.ojection is eooond in.importanco only to a gsnerafrarliamen taiyv election. A new olemont- haa boon introduced Into tho attention of directorship by the nominatiou of Mr PUt, because, ho {s in favor of opening a branch office in London. Muny mldentr in tha old country desiro to insuro^or largo sums in the A.M.P. Society, tb&o&usoit ia tno oldest company in Australia, and one of tho richcss and moat succeutfal in all hor Majesty*s dominions, But an old rru!q ii- the society provonts oponingalxmdon ;^c$. .It costu aa much for fees to insure a ^iu^fqr £200 as it docs to, insure a man for ^fjloftp.V-CMr' ' Pitt a...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHINESE LOAN. FRANCE NOT TO SUBSCRIBE. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

THE CHINESE LOAN. FBANOE NOT TO ? SUBSCRIBE. I ? LONDON. Apmi. 1. Tho Pronch Promior has declined to allow France to participate in tho Chincso loan; as tho security ia in adoquato.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting and Dramatic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

Sporting find Dramatic, I Tho vico-rcgal party will nttond Iiandiviok ffTery day of t*io Anta/nn Sleeting. 'Tlio betting market i» Miowing Rlgn.n of ftctiyity/ nt' last. Not tnnph haa been far joopftrdiged. Walleco hardening more thnn ev«r'for tho Cup. Toreador ia receiving atUntfpn 8 to 1, Bloodshot; of Haorilnnd, U s beanty. With top woight (0. 1) ho *pcared the Harrko's xiay stakea (ovu gmncati mx laTionsr*. -n 1.15 2-5. y ' Tho N.Z. hardier, Dante,' has ohi&ng'ed bands for 450 sovt., Mr W.'Donglas being thopnrchaser. At Hamilton (Vio.) mocconrro tho other day Hopeful cleared 37ft. over a hordle. LUetto old tho same at C&nlfltld a fow years ago. ? , Dnalop, tho Helbonrno Cap winner, te* enred firot prizo for blood at the Gnndagni show. Fairfield won the hunters* oompeti tlon. . ' Mr G. O, . Stead, the MBorfland owner, intends di«po»ing of his contingent of blocd mares and racem, ' Tho V.A.T.O. ohairman, Mr Herbert Power, who len&ed ond failed to win anythi...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRITISH REVENUE. A SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. LONDON, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

THE BRITISH REVENUE. A SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. : LONDON, Aran, 1. Tlio revonuo of. tho unitod Kingdom for the past quartor shows an increase of £1,600,000. ' ' The roronno for tho year shows a surplus of £4,186,000.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFRICA AND GREAT BRITAIN. A Fratricidal War Averted. Peace with Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

? 'AI1I?RICA AND GREAT BRITAIN. ' A Fratricidal War Avortofl. ?Poaco i7lth Honor. ? Tho poaslbSIaCy of war about tho boundary | lloo between Venezuela and Bntlsh Guiana j naturally ennpod a /urcrt. Tho President of I the United States sent a despatch to tbo I ^ngllah Premier nnking whether he would iqbmit tho Venezuelan question in its entirety to impartial arbitration. Lord Salisbury ooneented to submit it In' part, but not as a whole. 'Upon receiving this, answer, Presi dent uieveiand did not loao any timo in aond Ing- to Oongt^ta a message recommending appropriations for si- Commisnon 'to mako the necowary investigation.' Thaso appro priations wera granted, and thus tho position of the Presidoot became also tho position of the Great ftepubiio. Tho question at. isauo wda raised (o.soquthir'ff more important than tho interpretation of tho Monroe doctrino. Thero wae % sadden leap towards a definite decision by the United States independently of Qreat Britain, ahd tho matter had been...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

a If yoa cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea' in your district, .write-to D. Mitoholl ,& Co., Clarence ' AUj»t-^vaner» who will arrango for a supply ^ '^^yllc is ppro blondod vlrg^»^?^ - ' j. ^^gy.—To avoid dwappolnh. . ^-iJ'r^^fflSS^oomfort, inil?tnesa;ond . .'?» .Airrlo«Hural Sbo*%l!a 5M,t0r«rCy Coffoc Palace. ''You'- *01 1 Bote), lU-?« L'om-unJy^J- ricoil and fm4 n iKinto^ at jnosfc roodorau | .cvcry.-nni^fuxV. — Advt. '..v - .

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

Or all tha fashionable ftulrf of to-day, that acoentuation of dbtnestio grief which showH lt«elf in a black shirt, black collar, und cuifs, and whito sWda, whito. cuff, buttons, nnd whito -necktlo in uhout tho must ridruulou.t. Fashionable, London (saya a mutmpohUtn journalipt) will sncn bo promenading Pioca ailly .with miuiaturo ooffiun for juwollcry. and artifi^IsHeani .painted on' tho checks. ? It ia d6tibtfu! whether such 'people could really shed -any other, kind but genuino hnnd painted tears. Wlien women put their tod dllnfr?ty!^T'y : v'. * ffoip jhourotng and roao « ia...? * with thoir poodles dreesed in nrop^ ty Uila sort of thjng couhl j?o,no further.' ;Now'that man; ha^° taken .to. black ?hirts and aablo hoadkorcliiofj, howover, tho onus of tomfoolery ia rcuiovod from tho ghouldera of womankind. . »

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. STRANGLES. TO THE EDITION OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 April 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. BTEANGLE3. to xna KDiroa or 7ns wjwtbow ooixica. air, — This ia a very common diseaso, attacking ohiefly young horae^, whoso ages vary from a fow months to aix yeara. Tho soizurcs of this malady aro not, however, con fined to any ago limit. Namo.— Its namo, strangle*, implies it baa an effcct liko choking or strangalation. Thia is owintr to tho pressure and swelling of an abacefts or abscesses under tho lowor jaw. These, when extending to tho thToat, and whon unduly large, threaten to choko tho animal. . - - Varieties.— Thero aro two known forms, tho common mild, or benign form, and tho irregular malignant kind, called bastard strangles. Wo here confino our remarks to tho mild form, sine© -bastard strangles is rarely mot with in Australia. Symptoms. — Ordinary- strangles uaoally begins liko a common cold. - Tho animal ia duu, bis surface heat is low, his legs and ears aro cold. Ho shivers occasionally, and after a few hours, begins' to oougb. His coat atare* or stand...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACK" (COPYRIGHT.) (The right of publishing this Novel in the Wilcannia District has been purchased by the Proprietors of the Western Grazier.) CHAPTER XII. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 8 April 1896

'AN AUSTRiUIAN BUSH TRACK ' (conntowr.) ' BY'J. D. HENNESSEY, rig\l e-f pubHshinj this 27ovel in -the f7ttcartrtia Biiirir.t mi fcrrrv purthastd by fhe Proprieiericf the WuUny -j rosier. j CHAPTER XII. (co^tinuaai) ? ? After , wa croMed he handed mo the f^ioa ; * ba»,^ I s*id, * I must o^it on the ^river's sea*, or T eannot dpt»e p^op^rly,' pod I gar© him another smile. Iboliere Ihafho woiild h»ife ffiven wo toy o#n vrty after that, if ho had known that I ' rraa poing to wreck tbe coaeh ri^bt away ond kill tbo tbre* Chinamen, and I quite jnalletf JftWftrds hitt, v Ho leantd forward for it»o topnsi }um without ap.*llier word, aud as I drnjiped down in the d/irer's s#»at, I ffriRped th«* reins final/, and then lifted tho whip nut of I bo soek^t i»nd dropped it back naptn — I wanted to bo euro that .ererythinfj was clear. We were da ft bit t .. of n sidel:nr» ao I cot tbe horses well in itand and put them on the lower side of the road. I ia^-him father eonfidonee as he watched me handl...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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