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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
LOCAL' AND GENERAL, j Tnit Rnmit Di.BUKq.-Hr II. O. McTCia- j no|'f'tha enUrpriidnff Engineer for Water Por.serration^'bM ^obrniHed to , Iho IVrlior ! racntar/ PQblto^o'rks ^Commit (to it fqheino for ppnaiructin^ oix^lock* nnd TroirM on tho River Darling bfitvrcen Bourko and Drcwar rlna. Of courao thuwocldUobatthoprelndeto tho nUiraaU'caWilisaUon of tlio river between TValgett and 'Wentworih. but thin first sec ♦ t«« ««..M v ? it. : ? -/»_4 _/ bringing a quantity of traffic to tho Great j Western lUilway at Uourie ; it would save ? tho ooBt of a railway to Bro^arrina by giving- 1 that 'placo'-petmaneut tratoe carriago to ' Bourko; it wonld giro tho lnttor town so I abundant wator supply, and It ivonld con- - senro tv quanUty of wator along some 150 milos of riror frontsge. Tlio cost of tho j work# at present proposed was some £121 ,000. Both Irrigation and navigation would bo j provided by this acheme, and both fitted in t together. !A« snch a work is ir®H worth tho J trial, it is t...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS PARLIAMENTARY. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
TELEGEAPRIC NEWS I (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) PARLIAMENTARY, - SYDNEY. Tntnuoxr. In tho Assembly Inat oioniug, tlio Proinior said ho would not continuo tbo oalaiy to Dr. Gatraa. I A resolution 'was caTriod by tbo Houso, amldgt choors, plnoing on rocord tho groat sonriccs rondorod to tbo colony by tbo lato Sir Hooiy Partes, Mr Copolnnd and Mr 'Willis doclarod that Sir Honry'a widow and family woro 'without tuo moans of support. Mr Roid denied this, and &aia ovory thing had boon done by tho Govern mont to rolioro thoir pressing- neces sities. In addition to tho proposod Parliamentary grant, £1000 would bo grantod to Lady Parkos to prorido hor.with a comfortobla homo. Faisjlt. In tlio Assombly yoBtordny, tho Premier said that after making in quiries in regard ta tho .st&temont mndo by Moflflrs Willis, and Copoland in xeforonco to tho lato Sir tlenry Parkos, ho found, thoro was not tho olightcstntr'uth in tho allegations. A till to amond tho'Imported Stock Act, with a ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
x,;bigka.Xj- j Nir. J, A. BUSBY, SOLICITOR, Qom^iusiifur for AJ^davita. 'BBlU STRnrT, WlLCAStflA. A.J. 8. Rank, FOR CHOICE--*===^=*- M Bulbs ujwbcjr*. ^r- B. HOBTOIT * COMPANY, Saod. Plant and Bulk E*7 S^Kara&rt^t, Cydaay, HJL^. B ESM axo Catawoces at Srosc & Corks Station Notices. ~ xotjcbJ. ANY p,r«on fonud' BEHOVING STOCK withctqt porainion, or THKSPA8SING in onr HURTEE STATION PADDOCK? will bo Fro, «,CUt«d ii tho 1st directs. SHAW & DAVTE3. AiOTlC-K. ' All peesoks found hemovisg' fffOCK, KANGABOOXNG, or plherwUa Troipasiing on any part o! WEIHTEBI6A Holding vciihout ppr pillion trill bo Frostcleft}. ' ALEX. AI'FLKCK. Manogrr Wcintorign, M arch IB, 1892. XOTICB. ANY Fenon KE MOVING STOOK or otheririip TRRSPA8SIN& on ONAI.T A mm will bo PROSE CUTED u th.» Lst pi^tclt. E. W. HONNELLT & Co. Gn»Ita,27th Nor., 1800. lyO'ffSGEi. ANT person found. BEMOVTNQ STOCK or otherwise TBESPA8 BING oa tt» CULPAirLIN ttun will ^0 Prosecuted a* the l&w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
GLOB K HOTEL, r woore-stu&ut, wilcannu, |i A. W. WATSON.Contractor, Proprietor .ft! Only the very £-csi Brandt 0/ Liquor kepi Good SUtUiny and Fir^U't^i .tccipimodgttqn; ;rj ~ WiK^WiT'' 'J ALL Hie pre-rmincnt Specialist* of tfio day thoroughly endorse the Mabuxty DeckicCuue as the Greatest Scientific Discovery of l ho pre«'nt een. itiry— not only a* n aafe ami nbsplutely Permanent Cure for Drunkenness, but' tho many good mid vnluable properties jt po«essea, It put* the Drain in n clear* and heajihy state, builds up'the broken^ v, Constitution, ineVeaMn the Intellect, ?' - BtreijfcthetfX'tlic Mind, andkill' tluvcra*^ ing for Drink. 'JThc MariantV UbUkk Cubb is mo»t highly rernmraeiided by the JVJo Jiral P.ofe-nion throughout Europe, America and India a* tho, ^ ? fe'0nly Seal OurB for Drunkenness b ?' It has been decided at the WorldPa Conference of Mcdicnl Men l. that.Dmnk enacts is the outcomrof .0 Nervom Di ? ~ ense, either acquired or inhfritod 1 ' persons in the great maj...
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS. l'Br HELEoaArn.l BKOKKN HILL.-Fiupat. A man named William Shirar was the victim of a soriaus nEeault in an hotel last night. Ho was offorod a ghandy by a man named Charles Ross in a glass from which Ross had been drinking, and upon refusing t o tako it ? Ross struck him on the head with tho glass. Tho blow inflioted-'G sorious wound, which blod profusely.; Shiror now lies in a critical state. Ross was nrrosted and bronght boforo' tho Police Court to-day, a remand Koing granted for oight day a. .Tho Proprietary has in hand j^ans for tho oroetion of : an oxtensive con centrating j-lant. , Tho Municipal Council had n long sitting lost -night, and : docided to dismiss -th8:o^^-MJr rof workei - After, an aorimpnibusi, dobato, Amotion to that oSoet-waB by (j Yot&s to 61 Tho -wcathor vi-oold, ?wintry and Bho.gery. ? . : ? . r Wadrttrr attention to an artvcrtiMinont' ia another oolama notifying that :t&0w who irero unable to- attend rth«'«gaoeri~gt7sii in t...
THE TRANSVAAL. THE REFORM PRISONERS. THE COMMUTATION OF THE DEATH SENTENCES. LONDON, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
THE TRANSVAAL, THE REFORM PRISONERS. THE COMMUTATION OF TIIE DEATH SENTENCES.' LONDON, Mat .20. Tho Transvaal Esccutivo has. com muted tho death sentoncos passed upon Colonel F. Rhodes and Messrs Lionel Phillips, Georgo Farrar and J. H. Hammond, tho loading mombers of tho Johannesburg Reform Com mittoo, to imprisonment for 15 years. Mat 21. Tlio sentences passed upon all tho reform prisoners havo now been dealt with by tho Transvaal Executivo. Eight of tho prisonors havo boon discharged from custody. In' four ensos tho sentences havo been roducod to u year's imprisonment, nnd in 19 cqbos to threo months' imprisonment. Tho eontenceB upon 18 of tho prisoners havo not been altered, and four who refusod to petition fur clonioucy have boon ordered to undorgo thoir origiunl sentences. In all cases tho finos im posod nro to bo euforcod, but tho Bon tences of bnnishmont will ba suspended if tho reformers ngroo not to engage in politics.
THE LAND BOARD. RE-APPRAISEMENT OF RENTALS OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
TEE LAND B0AED. RE-APPHAISEHEIfT OF RENTALS OF pROWN LAUDS. Tho Wilcannia Land Bo/ird (llowra JlacFnrlano chHlrrnfin,' J2. O'DonncJl and D. W. P. Hnttcn, mcmbcri) l.n Ptill fitting to inqtiiro inlo the oppUcaUona ] for re-appraisement of* Crown rontola , in j the Wostcrn Division. ' Mr . D^Athco is j reprossntiug tho Crtwn. The following j onsni bnvo P9cn ueait wiui sinco our last [sane, tho decisions in cacn'.cafio being ad. joarnod till the end of tho mooting : — Hoitfen. Application for « re-appraisctnout of the resumod area. Mr Bell for tbo'leRseos. Mr Gayer, mantgeT of Mordon, said the evidcBpe relating to tho Isasehold arcaap. pliod generally to tho resumed area. Inapootor Marabnll raid tho area would carrr ono sho^p to 9 aoro.«. An anuual ar ponditare of £150 would be required for rabbit dsitruction. By Mr Ball. — Very little mulga on the area' woo within tho reach of sheep. : Tbe holes in Wonnaminta Creole wero of .rcry littlsuso, and the holos in tbo otheT creeks wero mor* ...
THE NEW RABBIT BILL. ITS LEADING PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
THE NEW BABBIT BILL. ITS LEADINCT PROVISION3. . Tbo Minister for Lands has' Indicated the particulars of the bilUwhich' bo propose* to introduce into this session of Parliament t/- repeal the Rabbit A?t of rI80Q. snd*.to makb better protiainn for the' cEeckifig aud suppres sion o! tho rabbit pest 'Special power will be £iven in the bill to exempt parts -of territory m New South Wale* by proclamation by the GovernoT in tho Gazette,. For the nnrpo*ea of tho bill the colony will bo divided tntn rabbit , may by a notiCcatitm in the ? Gazette declaro anyboroughor.municip.il district forma j rabbit district, and two or more sheep districts ' may bo combintd wholly or in part into one ! rabpit district, or rabbit diatricts may be I create^ without reference to any ahocp dh 1 tricta. For every rabbit district there will be a rabbit board, which will consist of five mamb&TSj who will bold their respectivo seats for a period cf seven years from , tho data of thoir appointment, but pow...
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND MATCH. BRILLIANT VICTORY OF THE AUSTRALIANS. LONDON, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
LATE CABLE NEWS. ItrltiHh nml foreign. [pnoil OUIl OWN- CORnEBroHERHTB,] THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND MATCH. . BBILLXANT VICTORY OF THE ATJ8TRAUANS. LONDON, Mat 20. Tho match against tho South of England Elovon resulted in a docieiyo ?win for tho Australians, who bont tho Englishmen by an inninga and 220 runs. , Tho Australian!! comploted thoir first innings for a total of 379, Irodalo contributing 21-, Gregory 154, Hill 41, and Trumblo 40.- ?; ,, . Tho EngHalimon, who had mado ^ J 14 in thoir first innings', Voro unnblo; to mako any stand iu tlioir socond oas ay at tho wickotu ngainst tho bowl ing of OilTdn and Jones. Thoy wore all disposed ' oi for 3D runs, Ward being tho highest scorer with 11. Giffon took sovon wickets for 1 5 runs, and Jonos throo'for 20. '
HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 23 May 1896
HOSPITAL BENEFIT. .. - J. . ? ? - . . .rooNTRincrr.n.1 Tho Wilcannia Society of Entertainers gavQ thoir first ontortainmont Inst Thurs day oyening for tho bnnefit of tho Wil cannia Hoflpital, but o^ying *o tho inolo- . money of iho weather tho nU»»ndanco wus small, bo flmnll indocnl, that Mr Dicks, tho Intorlooator catoo boforo tho cartnin and suggostod that tho porformanco should bo »1.I- nMnnoih'Ati nudionco did not seem to fall in, as thoy received tho intiinnlinn in solomn Bilwnco. Mr Diets then rolirod lo ennfor with h!^ ? colUaguoe bohind tho curtain, nnd upon ro-appearing ho eoductively told tbo audionco that if thoy likod to rotiro they could got thoir money buck on npp'iicntioii nt tho door, bat tho ponplo woro not on, rs liko tho mothor-in-lnw with hor b.ind boxe*, thoy had oriJontly como to stay. So Mr Dicks, after further conferenco bohind tho curtain, enmo in font nnd finally stated that tho Eutortainora would faithfully go through tho programme and that on Tuesday -vro...