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THE LAND BOARD. NELYAMBO, WEINTERIGA CULPAULIN, BILLILLA and TERYAWYNIA HOLDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
THE LAND BOARD. NELYAMBO, WEINTERIGA, CUL PAVLIN, BILLILLA and TERYA WINIA HOLDINGS. On Wednesday the Board heard ovidonco .with regard to an opplicntion for a new ap praisement of Nelyambo pastoral holding. Mr Bell uppcared for the lessees. Mr F. W. Woodbine, appraiser for tho Crown, Raid 32,000 acres would carry one flhccD to five and a half acres normanontlv. boing watered by the Darling River. 302,800 acres would carry ono sheep to three acres in winter . only in its natural state, and one sheep to nine acres, in its preaent atato including conservation of wator on Crown lands, permanently ; and in its present fully improved state, including conservation of water on freehold lands, tho country would carry one sheep to eight and one-third acres permanently in ordinary average seasons, if £1000 were annually expended in rabbit destruction, tho country wonld carry one sheop to soven acrcs. Ho did not consider propsr means had been taken to cope with the rc*t. Ho oscribod the g-oncr...
Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
Stripping Nows. Wilconnir*-— - Floirnco Ann*0 on^ ^n* daunted arrived downptrepjn yesterday, frincoia Royal iprfrcd njKtrrjun yestprday/ ' Hcnindio.-— ijajjgie left upstream on peeday. 'ipionccr left dnwnstream on Thura flay. Stjeccaa Hit downstream yesterday..1' /'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
' A Terrible CoiikIi,' 'i A 1'errllilc Congli.' ?' A Terrible CotiBh,'. *'M- Commercial Rosd, Fcctbam, Jul/ 22 S«nr Sir.— T «n- aboerhaod at; expreMin* my fosllnjs, bat X should Ilk* to. thank yon. Tour V loxtojtf liave rtooe woofers ia relieving mt tcr-. V riblocoasb- Sloc»I bad the operation of '.Tracti. ^ ?otomr'ftho «nm« a« tbebvtrEnpcrerof Gerroanj aad onllke bin*, thank Goil.lawftUl nil?*) performed at 8t. Bartholomew's BoipUal no on* ??ir ooeld po«lbly bare bn-l a more violent eonjjti i -'f it was so baiafc timai that lb qnitaexfcausted ine. -*' The modi* 'which *a» 'very copious and bard, bit* licia MfUntOi tml X btto bf*aab|nto- V fplridof it witbont difficult/.— I am, air, yours trol/, '* J. IIiu~' ». A IJoclor.'B- Tonlliaoiiy. -? ' 'A Hoctor'B Testimony A Doctor's Testimony i' 'Bongb ParV, C.trdl£f, EonthWalos. Sept 23. 1295 '? ' 'I baro indcetl, crcat jiJeasuro In aiMiu? my ?» teatlOionyto jonf excellent preparation of Coaxu ? -?- Z,o««Dffot, and 1 bare preforlbed it now...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
DE. S, Government Medial pjtctr, §'*? . iayers-strQbt. £AH BB COjjSgLTED AT HIS i % '9' to' 10 2 to V 7 td 8 | pr. AAkin* J)isp«MO» h(» own MedicinM. AT'TfTn BtlKGERr, JrEEHS-BrEEET. -?? EIEDICAl.. DR. $EWTON jPnYSIC(.iJl aud SlIStGEON, ' Woore-street, Wllcan'nla' Mr. HUGO WAIN, M-SD-I. ' iDENTlSt; IKTZKDp TO BEStOB PXBUANE5TLT IS ' .s;'- WIIXJANKIA, AND MAY BE CONSULTED DAILY at tho Wilcannia Club Hotel. Mr Wain is prepired to tnsko appointments T with- patients at their private residanpes, . ... -I .» ? '? x DB. SFIiLIiEB, ? r-.x5.s., ' ' SURGEON DENTIST and DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY, ''I XU DECIDED TO BESIDB PKUM ANENTI.T ' ' Iff vriLCAXHM, AND CAN BE CONSULTED AT HrMllllngton's, Chemist, Reld-street. PrioM lo Solt I'vpry^ne. Caab or timo - ' '* ' ' payment. jlidm an aria aictiOIiAS? 1 HOYAL HAILIfflE qP COACHES, Leave the Booking Office, 'FlanheriV Hotel, Reid-strect, TYilcarinla, for thO following ? place*:-*' :: ? ? COBAR— 'Encadayt, Thursdays and Satur * days, 5 ' - ^iTLPARINK...
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
IJjp Rfvers. Tho following shows the heights of tho riyora abcrvo summer level ot tho tfndcrmen llonod places at 0 U.tn. yciterdny:-i-? ? '? ' ?run tuaiitfO. ? s * Mmjgqndi .4..'., ' 5ft 2in stntny Collarfcnahrj ? ? low Mogil Mogil ..'..V. 3ft0mfalllng Wadgett— ? Borwon ' ..;??? §ft 4infulling ? po.' Natriol 3it 4in rising Goqtlooga..';. Iqw ' '' tirewarnna .?..' loir BonriM.'-.l ? n-li 1U 2ih falling Couth ? -}fk Qid falling Tilpa . . i ; . . ? . ? ? '... 6ft Jin falling WUcannio, ? Vft 6$U\ statny Momndio ...... ? : 15ft 2in falling Pooncario ? ? ? IGft lOin falling ^Tonlworth...;.; ? Bit pin ?fcjtnj-1 - tub uunsAT. llbnry ? 2ft 7in falling Eihuta- ? ? g« «*? B-r»u Hill- . I. -ft 2m ttattty Euston ? ? pft 6in tiling
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS THE LATE SIR HENRY PARKES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
TEl.KMiAWIWXKWS (FBQii pun conii'isapoNDE^TS.) THE LATE SIR 'HENRY PARKES. ' ' SYDNTiV, TmrnauA*. SirlLutij-y Purkc3'.fut[oral, although a yriynW poromqnyj yrri} .lindqubfodly p fastiuu tributo to a greh't t#an. Tho cortogo- of 'private vehicles ^ras qno of the loag^t on record, -)5ton-liri£ fot over, a raue. .. J-w iuqem attquaea by rogroacototifeo pf evqry cldii la tho community, from Judges, ? State officials and .... sloqal ia--ti .of all ranko,.dowtt-tp tho hunjbloat tabqriog man. ' Tho absnitco Of a Slnta ;? fcoremohy nddod to tho Moronity oftho obnpijuios. It is esUmatsi tifat 60,000 spectators lined thfi Btrobte from ' IComlworth ' to Eodforn option. Evory toVahclah, balcony and' other points of riow woro literally alivo with pfloplo, wlio borid their heads, and many tears were she'd aa tlio -mournful procession iposqed. with all that remained of Australia's greateot otatoaman. Tho wreathe wore most costly arid numoroua, filling two open carriage:],, in addition, to tho pile...
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign THE TRANSVAAL. THE JOHANNESBURG PRISONERS. THE SENTENCES. LONDON, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
LATE CABLE NEWS, !irjtisl| apil ForclsHt [I'nqM OUR o )Y N pOnUIiSFqNDENTS.] THE TRANSVAAL. THE JOHANNESBDKQ PKISO- - fJEES. THE SENTENCES. LONDON, A run. 29. Tlio msmbors of tho Johannesburg Reform Comraittoo, who pleaded guilty at tbo Pretoria HigUCoart, have been : brought up for sontenco. Colonel Rhodes find Jtqspra PHillipa, Fnrrar and Hammond were sentenced to death. Tho Cft othor monibors of tho committeo vroro' e(ich aentouoed to two yoars' imprisonment and ordered to pay d fino of £2000, in addition to boing banished from thp Transvaal for three yonro. ' The United Stales .Consul aonounces that tho sontonoo passed upon . Mr Hammond has boon commuted. Mr Chamberlain boa cablod to President JCriigor that the Imporial Qovernmont. havo no doubt it ia in tended to commnte the death sontoncea passed . .upoW- 'CoIonol Rhodes and others.' : The Times Bays it is incredible that ? any civilised Government would bang members of a reform committeo be cause tliey failed to obtain person...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
BREVITIES. . Mr McQowon ia cortainly a followor of X'roraier Reid. IIo followod him to Hrokot) Hill. Sir Honry Parko* wag vioitod daily by 40 or '60 prominent public mon during hia fatal illness. Tho Protoctiouista intond organising diroctiy on a comprohoneivo soalo. A big olfort will bo tn.ido to capture tho xnotropolis at tho genoral oloctiono. Sixty thousand womon voted, or rathor wero entitled to voto, at tho South Aus tralian oloctions on Saturday. Tho Queensland delegates to tbo Pero ral Conforcnco will bo eloctod by Parlia mont and not by tbo pcoplo, who aro said to bo upath'otia, Purkes, ovon on his bod of pain, must havo his littlo joko. 'When br. Angol Money culled to aeo him, Parkos feebly iirtioulatod : ? 'And aro you Augul Monoy ? You don't look much ltko an angel.' Onco a^ain, lot it bo aikod: Where woro the Jiiibor Party whou required to avert the suicidal striko at Coalopolia ? Ex-mombcr Dowel's lotter of thanka to tho rrouiier for viailing l'ftikos ia about'tho .mqc...
THE LATE MR G. C. TOMPSON. A PROPOSED MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
THE LATE MR G. C. TOMPSON. A PROPOSED MEMORIAL. A considerable number of gentlemen as* semblod yesterday afternoon at tho Town Hall (eays last Saturday^ Sydney Horning Herald) , to initiate a movement to oroot a memorial to the memory of the lato Mr O. C. Tompson, chairman of tho Boorko. Land Boanl. Sir George Dibbs took tho chair, and amongst those prosont wero Aieiwa Eddy | (Chief ComraiMioncr for Railways}. Critchett Walker, C.M.G. (PrinaipalUnder-Secrotary) William Houston (Under-Secretary for Landa), Hon. P. G. King, M.L.C., Messrs O'SulIivan, Prico, Perry, Travera Jonna, Hassall, Willis, Ms.L.A., W. S. Dowel, F. E. Bloxham, Henry Tronchard, Victor Cohon, Lvneh (of TemjplestowG). T. H. Cornish (of Womboin), Ufforgo ATacdonald, j. Snllivan, John Kidd, and others. Sir George Dibbs, in opoDioj? tho meeting, read letters from Mr J. H. Carrnthers (Minister for Lands), Mr Owen (president Land Court). Mr C. Brandis (member Land Court), Mr Stephen Werman (member Land Court), Acting Jad...
Sporting and Dramatic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 2 May 1896
Sportlug and Dramatio, Tbo Mcg.4qn«Ii0w»a pyoling bcueftt drow , I:), Q00 people. ' ^ ' j Tho turf has terrible coni'notltor In bicyoUng. The na^jlp buvo now iho whccJ nmuiu. ' ' j MflgRon nn«l Lowla benofit to tho tuno of : ^350 throagh'Saturduj'a mcutintr. I Tho n^otrop^litan morqlng papers on Mon days aro liow known im aportui? editions on account of th'-* grant anionnt of apneo giren sport of oTory varUty in such issnea. A now sporting weekly is projected in Sydney to bo producod In opposition to tho fyferte. The farowell Broagh and Boueicault M4»on at tbo Criterion Is a wonderful boom, lira Brongh has achieved another triumph as 1* Fedora. ' Tharo ia plenty sf monoy in Sydney' for theatrical snow#; In order to seeuro seats for *?' Djln Djln' at thoLyoonm it is necewary to book seatsa trefik in adrancs. This panto- - mime is tho biggest Sydqey aacceia for many yeara. Fitzgerald's cirons is roturning to Sydney. Tha brothers have made' ft fortune with tbeir great- Liondon show. . ...