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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 January 1896
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. . (From Qor Correapondent.) COUXBHCIAX.. In tha commercial world matter# have oon- ! ttdcrably quieted down sioco the4inuuguration I of ITceetrado at tho beginning of tho year. Large deliveries of freo goods havo boon in ado | which have aopplied for the tinio tho rutjuiro wonts of trado, ami mo fur «a tho homo inurkot i* concerned. there is n Lit of a lull. On tho , other baud, urilora from tUo other colonics aro 1 coming to hand very freely, nnd it ia orident that Sydnoy under Frootrado will bocorao the 1 £reut emporium of Australasia, which is, of ! courao, just tho tl intuition.*' THE BMEr.VLUC LEAGUK OF N.3.W. Tho bimcttallio league of N.S.W. is a modent body which dooa not loom by any incanti largely in tho publio oye. Still, it lu doing good work, and as the silver question iu undoubtedly becoming moro prominent and pressing year by year, it will gradually uttsuine a position of greater importance. Tho first annual mooting of tho body waa hold last weok, wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 January 1896
Sore Lyks ! ! Beyoitd doubt Mowus'tt ? - IurKUtAU Lye Oistjik:,t ia still tho ssfest, speediest and best roniody in uxi«toiioe. For over fifty years it has worked really mar, \ollous euros in these colonies, as testimonials' will show, limy household is advised t.. keen a supply ahvays on hand, and immediately apply it when weakness or soreness is felt through dust, heat, Hies, exposure to bent nr cold, Qxcesiivo readiiij; or writing, ic., ^hussAve further trouble and expous-i, Avoid all iimtations and substitutes., fie, cd iu placo of thu \ alnaWo OintnjBot. Having stood tho aoverest test t'f thne, no funiily emi afford to bo without it. Sold everywhere iu t ts 2, ' ' ?VP?1?'' or mam
THE BOURKE BRANCH A.W.U., AND MR B. SLEATH, M.P. (Continued form last issue,) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 January 1896
THE BOURKE BRANCH A.W.U., AND MR R. SLEATH. M.P. (From the Worker, Jan. 4, 1896.) [Continued from last issue,) Parliament House, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1895. D. Macdonell, Esq., Secretary A.W.U., I Bourko. Dear Sir, — Truth ia a virtuo that does not seem to be one of your redeeming qualities,' aud I regret that you should havo i so far departed from it. Your assertions only ] prove tho folly of continuing a corrospondoneo ou a question that, to all appearances, you don't want peacefully eottled. I havo just j gone over tho wholo of my communications , to your ofilco on this question, aud I oannot | for tho lifo of me sco tho slightest justification ; for your statement that I, by threats and 1 bribes, want to provont you from publishing I the correspondence in roforonco to tho dijtri- 1 bution of tho Parliamentary Fund. If my | simple statement that 'I havo not tho , slightest personal objection ' can bo taken by ! any tmno man to bo sithor a threat or a bribo, j thon I have not tho faint...
THE WEATHER. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 January 1896
V ? , - j ', THE. 'WEATHER. ' . . !?'' '. , ^ -SYDNEl' .EsmAV. ' ; ^Wclcomo rainiell iri tnnuy ptivts of thVijolony'yestorday. '-Tho crops havo :pai^My sav«tl.:. _ . ..?Several denths, fr.om -hent^apoplpsy ' .l)ftvp occurred at Biilrnhald, Clie.victims .being.. pnly ill about four- hours. At 'Brewarriua yesterday tho thermometer .registered 122 in the shade.
Wool Market. MELBOURNE, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 January 1896
Wool Market. MELBOURNE. Ji*. W.-:- ' The Aastralaigan Mortgage and Agency Co. report We offered aft auction 1570 tales wool and Bold 1450. Tbo market was attire at fully the rates current before tho Christinas. Greasytt-ldto9$dforBogamildi, and 8 Jd for Errniralla. Boourcd brought 14£d for a *mall'lot of Willindina ; Kangeri* bone and'!). Mop. also aeUing to I4d, Tally rand to 13|d, Clear Spring* to 13}d, N3 in circle to 13d. v
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 January 1896
I 6, H, DOAKE & CO, j TO ARRIVE. Direct Imports and Intercolonial *-????? Purchases. EX STEAMERS . pioneer, Decoy,' Jkjieli Gfepj, Mannum, Rot? Roy. 8144 Pases, Sacks, -&c. product—; Chaff, frhur', Bran, . Pollard, Oafs, do. general Grocery Lines Ironmongery and Timber Wines, Whiskies, Brandies Ales and Stout Boots and 8hoes Drapery. ' FOR SALE. G. If. DOME and CO. .WltC^NKIA. J )R. ATKINS, Government Medical Officer, $c. Myers-street. . CAN BK COVSULTm'-Xi 'felS ' ? SURGERY . '9 to 10. 2 to 4 ? to ? , Jpr. Atkins Dispenses his* own Medicine*. AT HfS SURGERY, irnERS-SEREpT. MEDICAL. ' ''i §R, NEWTON pHVSICIAN AND SURGEON, ]??oore-stroGt, Wilcannia -^7r-?£»ERV PACKETfgS f-®S a'rt j -cc« MlC UARAfffECP ? / EK3RT0««®I4E^^C^I«*^ 4SI- CA|WOOlTO:at^OKB & OolWBT Sydney ? 28 O'Connoll streft Bootke ? ? ? ? t Otlay Street B.rewarr'it}a ? Bntharst Streaf Walgott ? P*ngar Bridgo London ? ? ? ? .Bi!Rt»ptreet E. RICH & CO. Ltd. Merchants, Importers, Forwarding and...
ENCOUNTER WITH A KANGAROO. A Man Nearly Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 January 1896
ENCOUNTER WITH A KANGAROO.' A Man Nearly Killed. Particulars haro been recpiy.ed At Caaterton 1 (Vio.) of a terrible encounter ^rith a pet ! kangaroo on Kalangado© atation. An 'old 1 roan,*' 13 yearn of age, and fix feet high, wn? running '^ntlr'tbreo does, and a atation band cawed Jerry O'Sullivan vrent into tbo fowl yard to feed them. O^Sollivan had fed tho does, and na the buok came np he atrnok it acrosa the note Tfith a cabbage leaf. Im mediately .the animal showed .fight. O'Sullivan ran to a tree *ind dodged tho kangaroo for a time, but erentnally it got a good hold of him and tackled him with ita fore and hind clawa. The kangaroo fought on nntil it got ita two hind legs over tbo manfa ahonldera and kept in that position nntil trro other men came ^o O'Salllran'a aaslstanee. Tho kangaroo vo a then got into nn open paddock, and O'SulHran was con reyod to Dr. MoDonald'a, where he received anrgical attention. The poor fellow wua black and blno a!l over hia body, np though beaten w...