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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
Stoiie. & Goriiey OV. J. STONB nmt O. W. COBURN.) General Merchants & Squatters' Agents. RIVERBORNE GOODS Ex Steamers from South Australia and Victoria. Ti^JElGrBl STOCKS Flour, Roller Chaff Bran ... Pollard Oats . „ Gum Timber ; ; Soft Wood, . Galvanised Iron - Blackaniith's Coal „ Iron ? &c., &c,| &e. Our other Departments are well assorted with all Station Requisites, Ironmongery, Groceries, GLASSWARE, FANCY and DRAPERY, Wines, Spirits, : Bottled Ales and 'Stout Agent for G'oldsbrough, Mort & Co., Phoenix and Northern Fire Insurance Co's. The Neialie Pollard. Caller, ? posted anywhere for lis 6d. Bton.© ^ 'G praey
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
THRIOE IS HE ARMED, WHO H ASHIS QUARREL JUoT. CLEMENTS TONIO. THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORA TIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGESTION. NKURALOIA, WEAK NESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY. BRIGHTS DISEASE, AND' LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT ^TOGETHER. If you are sick and valuo your life, insist on having Clements Tonic, and no substitute or you wll( be disappointed. READ. THIS CASE, Mr. R, Race Lewisi '? Perth,' Snthorland strcct, Bt! Peters, Ne^ South Walet,. who writes in' Ajbril, 180.4 s— It is with veor Rreat pleasure that X can bear both my personal au4 writteu testimony.- to the value of C(ements Touio, which has worked ^.marYellous. chaogo In the hoalth of my wife. ? who was .suffering from nervous dehuty ana extrease exhaustion of .t^'nervnv system - for sn.n0 yeara, but sJnCe taking Clements Touio she . ban become nearly f restored. to. ;hsr ?. uscal hoalth and strength. I can \rith tho greatest . confidence recommend it to any who mqy be suS«riog from loss o! appetite, nr. ner...
APPEAL AGAINST A MAGISTRATE'S DECISION. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
APPEAL AGAINST A MAGISTRATE'S DECISION. SYDNEY, Fbidat. - -Mr Juaticoatogora lias Uoclinod to 'rororso tho doeiaion given by Stipen diary Msgiatrato' Dolohoty, who dis missed tbo information in tho case of William uucue, Mniut i versus Bamsay, an employeo on Truth nowspaper, for neglocting to stato tho nam® and abode of thtf person pub lishing tho same;: Tlio magistrato hold that thj- inforiantion was not laid under tha proper Act. '? v
PERIODICITY OF GOOD AND BAD SEASONS. MR. H. C. RUSSELL'S DROUGHT PERIOD THEORY. A CYCLE KEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
PERIODICITY OF GOOD AND BAD SEASONS. MR. H. C. RUSSELL'S DROUGHT PERIOD THEORY. A CYCLE KEY.' Th« monthly meeting of the member* of I tho Roval Society of N.S.W. vrao held at tho I wciety ? room*, Elizabeth-street, Innt. ercn- ! ing, eftyt the S.1T. Herald'of the 4th instant. The chuir was occupied by the prejjideut, Mr JYH. Maiden. Tho attendance -was creed. 'Mr W. E. Cook, M.I.C.E., 'was elected a !m«mbfirofthe »ocioty. i. Mr H. C. RomoII, B.A., C.M.G,, F.R.S. (Oovernmpnt Astronomer), read a pap(V la which considerable interest was manifested, ?ntitlod ** On I'oriodicUy of Good and Bad Sca*onn.*' The remarks of the author were : illustrated by « huge diagram indicating tho cbnraetcr of cach. Miasoa- el n cuj tho .foundation of the coIony^lQ^ycara ago. It w* s a note worthy fact.^ibe tiUthur pointed out, that, as ahown by the diagram, tbo meat pronooncod droughts bad rceurred with regularity overy 19 Tcari. He' had earned his calculation beet to '1705 n.o., the time of Pharaoh's Fe...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
BBEVITIES. M«»aghor has no intention of leaving N.S.W, Ho may tuko up Jouriiuliain. Two NSW. Stipromp Court Judges demean thoir ofllco hv writing plaintively to iLotropoIitin cdito)*a re reports of CU8CS t Fir^t Editor Jerome, of Sydney mu^n ziho Cosmos , has oviilnntly got clcun away. Uo is wonted for upwards of £2000 worth of forg»?d bills.- Ho had only half an hour's start of our ' smart ' dotcctives. * Judge^ Windoyor will novor sit as a Judge in this country again. Ho will rotiro at tho ond of his loavo of abaonco, and remain in London. Sydney Truth is dofonding anothor action for libol, Tho Mayor of Tomora isaggnovciL Cortain very prominent pooplo in Now South Wales aro standing on tao crest of a volcauo. A sensational upheaval is inevitable, ond a multitudo will bo eur priscd. iaoso who conducted thoDoan mqniry woro paid so much per sitting. Thoy wore crafty onongh to claim two sittings daily— morning and aftornoon. Parlia ment, at this rate, may bo said to havo two sittinga ...
FIXING THE HOURS OF LABOR. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
FIXING THE HOURS OF LABOR. SYDNEY, Fjutut. luo Irrouuor favors tho introduction of legislation fixing tlio hours of labor in workshops, and for tho oarly closing of rotail houses, with a woekly half holiday, also othor reforms for im proving sauitary couditio'ns for tho omployoes. Mr Boid suggests that r, tho bill giving offoct to thoso reforms should bo mado oxporimcntal for threo years.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, 8TH INST. (Before Mr. Walter[?] Brown, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 13 June 1896
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, 8th Inst. (Before Mr Walterus Brown, P.M.) G. H. Doake and Co. v. David Spinks.— Balance due on dishonoured P.N., £25 1s 10d. Verdict for amount claimed, and costs 5s. G. H. Doake and Co. v. William Gaiter.— Goods sold and delivered, £2 9s 2d. Verdict for amount claimed, and costs 5a. G. H. Doake and Co. v. John McLean. — Goods sold and delivered, £4 1s 3d. Verdict for amount claimcd, and costs 5s. Charlie Young v. Jas. McGrath. — Wages, £1 18h 6d. Verdict for defendant; no costs allowed. Two cases were withdrawn, one settled out of Court, and one continued to the next Court. &nbsp;
A TRAIN DERAILED. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 17 June 1896
A TRAIN DERAILED. SYHNEY, Tucisjit. A mixed mail and goods tram, froiq Gimlburn to Coonm, bccauio derailed near Goulburn on Sunday morning. Tho engino and. ten of the trucks fel\ over tha eubankmentj and tho gaoda woro scattered iu all directions. Firo-. mdn Morris and Entrina-drivor Mc Gregor word badly injured, but tha patBCBgers escaped. - Tho accident waa causod by the collapse, of a firo-box.
ASSAULTING A FOOTBALL REFEREE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 17 June 1896
ASSAULTING A FOOTBALL REFEREE, SYDNEY, WoxiuY. Tho referee in a football match at Homohush on Saturday was attaokod by a number of tho dofeated plnyers. Ho drew a revolver in ordor to protect himsolf. Tuisdat. The Bugby Union hns urged tho rcfcrco who was assaulted by foot-, bailors at Homobusb, to prosecute his assailants. The uniou uudertakes tct indemnify him for any cxpenoo iu-. ourrcd in doing so.