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ADELAIDE RACES. ADELAIDE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
ADEL/IIDE-' RACES. ADELAIDE, AI.vid.it. Tho A.R.O. Birthday Meeting was eop pluded on Saturday, with tho following ro-. suite: — ' . ?. ( Disposal Stakes. — Fairfaxes, !?; Herman,. 2; Rudolph, 3, V *?* Hurdlo R&oo. — Havelochp. 1 ; Floodbird, 2; Wixrimft, 3. V',- 3farry*tyillo TJijudtcap. , ~ Foliage, 1; Thundcrur. 2 ; .Warpoi^tr 3 Stcopiftobdao.— Banjoyjlj Strike, 2; Con fidence, *3. ? ? . Club ^odiDop.'^Tfa^ iTet^.poy, 1 ; Ao ton, 2 ; 'L6fd'Ojcn*lllot ' ' Park' Ifdndiwp.— 1} y/Eftunderer, 2 ; Carbon', r3. ? ??;: ifyjyrL
DISASTROUS FEAST IN RUSSIA. A MAD RUSH FOR THE FOOD. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE KILLED. LONDON, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
DISASTROUS FEAST IN RUSSIA. A MAD RUSH FOR TIIE FOOD. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE KILLED. LONDON, Mat 31. ? Afehstwa3 given to tho pensanta at Jfoscow on Saturday, Rbout 400,(100 attending. In their nagerue&s to par take of the viands, tho peoplo rushod tho large refreshment booth which had boen erected, with tho result that they became tightly embedded to gether, and hundreds of persons fell and wero trampled lo death. * Tho attendants und th« Cossacks present were powerless to prevent the rush. It is estimated that 1100 persona wore killed und 450 injured. Jura 1. 1 Ftirtiifer particulars concerning tho terrible catastrophe ut Moscow state that it had been arranged that buudlea of food should be distributed amongst tho peniantB in connection with tho Ctnv's coronation celebrations. A falso alarm whs raised thut the distribution had commenced, ^rhiuh caused a eceno of tho wildost confusion. It is now estimated that fully 2500 persona woro kiilud in tho crush which* followed, thoir b...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE UNEMPLOYED DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From Our Correspondent). THE UXEXPLOYBD DIFFICULTY. Tlio unemployed dituoulty is again strongly in-ovidenco. Tbo deputation of the Surplaa Lttbor Leaguo which waited upon tho Proinier the other duy gave but an inadequate idea of the extent of tho destitution which prevails. The faut that the numbers of tha unfnrtunuto ont-of-works aro being slowly lessonixl doei not dtmuiiaii the inbscr* of thoso who reirmin, nor tlie commeroiitl (feproseiou which noces^arily flows from so large a number of perxons being out of employmeut aud deponaent upon charity. Tbo winter now is jetting in in earncot. Tha piercing wind and cold rain makes iho ' bag huts ' & ' very uncomfortable shelter, and tho apponr auceof the shivoring hulf-starvcd unfortu nates is miserable in tho extreme. A large section of tho peoplo is suffering eevorely, and is deteriorating both physically, and morally by reason of its compulsory idleness and con sequent privations. LAMD tENUEfi. One sign of...
FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
FASHION NOTES. (Bt Br.UEDET.U) For a cliango thin ^«-k my letter will bo on ctiquotte. A* thn man *nyn in °Djlu Djin ' ' I am full of this,' so my'readera might bo grntcful for a chting* from tbe wcurymjf topic of tho fatsbionn of fo btau tnende. Tha inititution of an 'At H«rio' dor cunootbutbo regiuxlftd -fi the H^ht of nn iramema oonroniono«r Thoso who indol jo in tha practica of puttloff an 'At Hum?'' day on thoir cards, and thon march oil to autno ?ocial function that offarf to thom jnoro at traction, are not only committing' a breach of atiqoetto, but will ore long too tbeir popu larity wane. If a day for rocolrlng yipitora ana friond* ia fixed on, nothing bat ascknoss or nonio diro noocusity aboula prtvent one from doing jo. What annoyanco is.caMnod the vixitor who haa porliapa travellod roil®*, to Kfji friend, and on arrival Gnda her. ont, nid Who makes ber exenao— *' So aorry you called and found mo out ; .but yon know I couldn't mUa So and So and Such and doch.' For those w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
GENERAL DEBILITY and Indigestion ; ETmlo ZZosr JJXo miserable, but fiho 1b V Cored by AyefsSarsapiirjlla . Ttca. d ? tbe testimony of lira. E« O, Monro, Cobnrjf, Victoria, whoso por* trait It also given* ? ? 'Sosao I suffered ; terribly pltU ttdigeatlon- and gen ? eral debility, r I conld not Bleep, ?and my condition- was such as to ^ mat© mjr life . miserable. None of ? the ; many reinedles I tried did mo 'any good,' and I despaired of over ' getting; better., 'Ono of my frlonda told ino of the blood-purifying and atrongth-gtvtag properties of Ayer*s Sarsapa'riUu, and X began taking It' Before T had finished the first bottle I fuTt tetter, and was thus eneour ' aged to gl,YQ the medicine a thorough . trlaj. In all I used four bottles, , and theri was porfectly. cured of the prleyouatroublo which had afflicted mo. ' I iiow. rwommond, to anyone ; M *'?' v- - ? I .? A» a gplifiaij Htrvfl end Btocd. Medlcfea.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 3 June 1896
WANTED, Stronc, Active BOY. Accuatoraod to hones. Apply- DR. ATKINS. TENDERS. THE W.P.A. and H. SOCIETY »ro prepared to receire Tt-ndora for GATl^S (2) for the new Show Ground, next Waterworks. jSpecirications to bo had at my offico, MARSHALL CAMPBELL, 8eo. Tho lowest or any trnder not neces sarily aoeepted. Tondera clo-o on Mon .day. 8th June at 4 p.m. Church of England Bazaar. rPHE following are additional prize X winners in the Riffles at the Churrb of England Basaar Mr Murphy (din ner service), Mr Bradxhaw (opil rinq), Mri 8tev*n'on (foldinc scr^n), Mr* Bradsbaw fpicnio basket), Mrs Pond (cuthioti),~Mis» Hotjan (jam dish), Mr Metapnt (dressing cats), Mr Byers (do.), Mr Allan (wedding cake), Mr Simnsou (album), FEANCIS J. SIIOUTT. Hon. See. Wilcannia Society of Entertainers. HOSPITAL BENEFIT. ALL ACCOUNTS aeninst tlio Con lUiitteo must be rcudcrod forth with. E. O'Donnell Si Co., STOCK & SHAREBROKERS, Reid-street, WILCANNIA. Mining aud other Sharos bought and sold on Comm...
THE DEADLY TICK. A GRAVE DANGER. MR. POUND'S INVESTIGATIONS. STRINGENT MEASURES TO BE TAKEN. AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. AN INSTRUCTIVE LETTER FROM TEXAS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
THE DEADLY TICK, A GRAVE DANGER. MR. POUND'S INVESTIGATIONS. STRINGENT MEASURES TO BE TAICEN. AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. AN INSTRUCTIVE LETTER FROJt TEXAS. . (From tho Brisbane Evenina Observer, Hflv 18.) Most pooplo vrha aro interested in tho gracing industry of tho eolony aro now' aroused to tbo importance of prompt moamros being takon to oopo with tho ticks on cattlo trooblo. Mr Bruce (Ohlef Inspector of Stock in Now Bo nth Walos) has arrived in Queens land, aooreditod- by his Government. to in Tcsugnxo tbo causo of tko discaeo and every* thing elno partoining to U ; and on his jouruoy to tho North, after attending a mooting of tho advisory board of tho Stook Department, ho will in till probability bo ncoompaniod by Mr Pound, dfrcctor of tho Stock Institute. Mr Pound, who has only recently returned from a tOQC- of investigation in tho tiok iofosted districts of tho Northern and North Wostem ' portions of tho colony, is engaged in tho preparation of his ofticiul report. It is not yot kn...
ORDER AGAINST AN M.P. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
ORDER. AGAINST AN' :? SYDNEY. Fbiday. An application was mado to the. Full Court to-day, on bohnlf of Thomas, Richards, for a rulo absolute against W. N. AVillis, M.P., for non-paymout. of £18 costs duo on a certificate of the Prothonotary. The Court granted the . application, tho writ to bo in tho offico. within ono weok. Football. —Tho following players will; : represent 'Whito Cliffs in tho roatoh to bo. played at Burko Park against tho WiU canuiateam on Wednesday noxt:— Mecars. - 0; Wiug (captain), S. E\lwards (vico . captain). A., Heath, J. Wilkinson, T, , Doyla, J. McCarty, G. Fox, Fox. A. Churlea, R Mnthcrrt, J. Broeding, G. F.. McKonao, G. McKonzie, S Cavter, E. Joyce,. G. Battley. B-i;id. J. Cumpboll, D. Campbell, A Wignoy. Emorgoncios : U. Roid and W. Morris* _Mt\W. Thouiani will act aa .utQpirA. ' The foll«iwihg. playorawjU wpneMntWilcanuio:— Mcf^ia. J. Graco (QjJtptainJj J. vI^uidlaw (vice-.' . captainK A.v WiMmsn, E; *lfarrioit. :C. Stovcnson, iVStoviason, R. TroTftaien...
FOUNDERING OF A MANLY STEAMER. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
FOUNDERING OF A MANLY STEAMER.. SYDNEY, Fciday. lJio stoamor linghtsido, which was. connected with tho Manly ferry ser vice, foundored at tho moorings in; Neutral Bay early this morning, owing to ono of tho sea-cocks bainc loftonou. Fortunately no loss of lifo rosulted. Tho only visible portions of the vossol. aro the funnol and part of tho bridge. Tho Bunken steamer had juBt under gone a complete overhaul, and waa; ready for seryico again.
A WEATHER PREDICTION. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
A WEATHER PREDICTION. SYDNEY, TnunsruY. In. a pnpor road boforo tho Royal' Society last night, Mr Russell, the Government Astronomer, prodictedi good seasons in 1897 and 1898. CITY COUNCIL RETRENCHMENT. SYDNBY, Fbiday. Tho Mayor of Sydnoy has recoin-. mended tho dismissal of eovoral-of tho - Council's ' employees, and alao four reductions iu salary. He cxpocts in. this way to offcct an annual saving of' £99-15. ?
THE TICK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
THE TICK BILL. The too-hasty zoal of tlio Minisior for j&inoa and Agriculture in ondoavortng to get tho Tick Bill through Parlia ment by curtailing tho usual facilities for debato. found no resTionaa in tho Uppor House. Dr. GARiLUf, laat wook, moved that tho Standing Orders ahoold bo suspondod in ordor to admit i of passing tho bill through all ita lotagesthat night, Mr Buown, how I ovor, objected to the motion being put I trithou; notice, and as the Council is only ei:ting one day a week until tho Assombly shall have cut out eome work for it to do, that meant a dolay of at least one \rcolc. It would have been just as well if tho Assembly itself Had not boon so hasty. Infor mation cf tho most important charac-, tor has forced itself upon public attention einca^tJie bill was hurried through. All tho display of panic stricken hurry was quite uuclosa, for tho bill las since been 'hung up' in the Legislative Council. It was also uncalled for by tho 'circumstancos of tho case. Th...
WESLEYAN CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVAL [CONTRIBUTED] [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
WESLEYAN CHURCH HARVEST FESTIVAL* [COHTBXBUTSP] . On Siiodar last t^o services at tho TYcs leyau' Clmreh tr«ro in couiiNjtlon rrith tho annonl harvest festival. Tho cbaroh was j nlcsly d^ooratcd Avith fruitc, xegotibles, 'and j flowers, and spocial singing waa pondered by | tbo ebolf and ablldrcn. At nigbt tbo church i was crowded, and a struou was T»«Qched i fro« the vords, 4tV/hut u man that -thou art tuindfuVvf hitu^' Afror'roferrintf to tho RUggoRtii'H v. hiuh caroo (o tbo PtaliuUt by j tho contemplation of the pheuotiitnia of nature, nnd to the fnct that such meditation j produced in nil true lofers of nature a con- I Moiouwjeft* of mau'rt cornnaratiro iusignifi- j cancv, iltw jircHcbcv pointed out that whilst in hl4 pliy mct'twl nnd sji-rituni relation ship mun In,dividuully v/m of coo;-idorablo account,* s«rh wrre t Vr* liw.itationfl of his natnro that tlic-xry ' is inan that thon art ni:n«1fu! of h!m'x was very natural eepscinlly iu t*vt»^ur\son with tbe Almigbty'a otnor grt...
HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 6 June 1896
HOSPITAL BENEFIT. Tho TVilcanniii Society of Entertainers ra poatod their oonccrt and cntertainmoet in aid of tho Wilcannia Hospital on Tuesday night last to a very good house. Tho first part of tho programmo was folly reported in our issue of 23rd May. On tbo previous occasion tho i-ocona part bad to bo abridged owin^ to th® lateness of tho hour. On Tuesday night last, ths full programme was prot-entod, and root with universal approval. Tbo only noticeablo alteration in tho first part was in tho concluding item, entitled 'Evolving n nian from space.' - In this the onds of tho box in the ark wero dispensed with, suffice it to say tho illusion wuscpmploto. Tbo socond part openod with *' Fifteeu minutes Tvith the Mad Musicians. This mnaterlvmusimil treat by Mr McCready and bis assistants mot with tho -warm appreciation from tho andienoo w;hieh it deserved. -ir Dicks rendered his reoitatiou,- ' Tho Sncrilcjrioui Guroonter' with otfoct ; H ^r.a fu)lowcd b^y Mr Smith. in a medley dnnoc, ...