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POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs D. N. Morrison and W. F. Stanbury, Js.P.) SATURDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 8 April 1896
POLICE COURT. (Boforo Messrs D. N. Morrison and W- F. Stanbnry, Js.P.) Satuhday. Armii 4. Alexander Kirk pleaded guilty to being dronk in Reid-strcot, and was admoninhed and discharged. For using obscene htnguitgo lie was fined 4Qs or 21 days. John Kennedy pleaded guilty to being drunk in Roid-stroot, and was sdmooiihod and discharged. Tuesday, April 7. John Merry, for drunkenness in a nnblto placo at Whito Cliffs, wos fined 5* or 24 nours, and for making usa of obsccno lan guage -was lined £5 or threo months in addition. Frank Andowon and John McCarthy, for similar offences, weio fioed 5s 'or 24 hours, and 40s or 21 days each. IfcCarthy paid. his fino, but Merry and Andorson oleeted to tako it oat. ' t '
THE QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS. BRISBANE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 8 April 1896
THE QUEENSLAND ELECTIONS. BIUSBAXE. JIoxuiT. ilie third batch of elections took placo on Saturday. . Tho Labor 1'arty won 12 of the 22 eoats coutestcd, tlio Government five, tho Opposition fotir, and ono Indopondont was returned. Tlfr llrrnon. A Mn^n I- v- (ir-n nr.'i 1 ,'t i ? ) ril tho 'Warwick seat. Tho ^oeitiou of parties now stands : — Ministci inlietH, 37; labor members, 1 9 ; Oppositiou . ists, Gj' Independents, 4.
LORD HAMPDEN AND THE UNEMPLOYED. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 April 1896
LORD HAMPDEN AND THE UHEH- j PLOYED. SYDNEY, Fnitur. Lord Hatnpdon has expressed his willingness to rocoivo a deputation from the 'unemployed, who wish to secure' his hympathy iu a rnnvemont to provide' food and 'clothea for tho destitute and atnrviug. Latcs. A 'deputation representing the un employed intorviewe«l Lord Hatnpdoa this morning ia -search of aid. His Excollency oxprcssod sympathy with those in want of work, and lmndod tho deputation a choquo for £25.
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 April 1896
Tho IUvops. ' ^Sia 'foUowisg fthatrs tins -Lslghta tfa . ?^ire.'a- eboTo eauu^ar lord ot tho anderrcwi ' ye*l«day:-v ? . 7 ' rftta 'iiXTBcuuso. Htmgundi ...... ........ fft Oin falling . . CoTI^eaabri ...... ...... Jow ' Mo&UMofril . 5ft Ilia ruing ^yalgtttt — BarTron Oft 2ia ri»lng Do. Namoi ? ? fift gin autny Goodooga..i.» ? loir ' Browamna ...... ........ UtSiaf*lliDg Boorkft...... ? 6ft 3in falling lionth .. .. .'...i.. i 12ft Oin'falUcff 73m ? I.. 13ft 5in falltag vTuosmnis /....i ........ 17ft 4ln failing Thfiro wcrt no XfOtrer Darling or HWer Murray re porta poated yeaterday.
THE NEWCASTLE DISPUTE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 April 1896
THE NEWCASTLE DISPUTE. SYDNEY, Tuuusdat, ^ A gonoral atriko ia not foarod in tho | Nt*wcaatlo district, Tho miuors at l many of tho pits are determined to ] romain at work,. I Tho proprietors of eovoral of tho I collieries stato thnt iu the ovont Of a Ririko they will not allow tho minors to return to work except at n reducod hewing rate. * Fmnxr. It id reported that tho Newcnrtlo minora havo finnlly determined to a'.riko at all hiitaids, aud preparations j for tho etrugglo aro almost completed, i
MINING IN THE MOUNT BROWNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 April 1896
HINING IN THE HOONT BROWNE ??'-DISTRICT. Two go'ntUsioa from tho Mount Browiio distriot arrived iu town ou TEurailny, bringing with, then), snmo epccimcns of- quartz takca from roofa oir tho 'Brilliant property at Wnrrnttn aud tho Woste'rii Star clnim ' iit Littlo ] Bendieol' Tho quartr wan shown to a reprosoatativO of thia papor yester day. Tho 'ijiOccs,. j»ktin from- tho Brilliant . pioparty „ aro cxcoptionilly rich, being , Msnply- atuddtd with gold. Wo . .«nderetsmd' t^coo rich epocimens wore obtained from: a leador. A roof of oonsiderabla ' width has been, dis covered in dloio proiimity, quartz talton from it ntpaying up to -1 lozof gold . par ton.' Tho ? Woatorti Star olaim adjoin.' tho prospecting claim (House's Howard), and tho Dpeoimens ?hown ua were taken,.frota.a reof ot a| depth of 85 feet .. rxom appearancoa this.stono should: oruah'froin 4 to 5 ozs por' too, gold borag^eaMy discernible , to tho nakod oyo; The' roof, on this property ia Sft wido. . About 25 'totis of qu...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 April 1896
TEtEGRAl'fllG NEWS (FROM OUR''j5pItft3i3PONDENT9,) POLITICAL GLEANINGS. I SYDNEY. TnunflDAT. I Speaking nt Cupino, Mr I^oid atated thut tho 'Labor Party or it* loaders I had notfor ondoavurcd to apply tho I sliglitost preasuro to tho Goveruuicnt. | Tho party hn'd ituttnl .loyally toward* : liiiu, and aa long aa they etood by him ho would stand by them. I Tho Promier^a eehorno of Sf-ato ad- 1 yaucos will not bo confided to country sottlorB. Tho advances will \-o nmdo on nny kind of, roal CBtato providing tho roquisito security. ! ' Tho rofcrbnehmont proposals of tho Publio Sorvico Board in regard to tho Works D'opartmont have'' ofoated a fooling of dismay amongst tbo wholo aervico. : ^ Tho list of now magistrates has not given comploto satisfaction. ?' It io explained that tho Govornmont found a great many of thoso rocomtneudcd woro unsuitod for tho honor, and thcreforo dooliuod to appoint thorn. F AID AT. Mr Roid has accepted on invitation to visit Broken Hill.. Tho Mtuistorial part...