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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. LONDON, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. f LONDON, J as dabs -19. . Lord W olseley, the Uommanaerin Chief, states that' the British army was iiever bettor propared for war than at .prcsont. , ' \ Mr Chamberlain considers the re sources of tho British Empire, wer*\ uevor bettor able to uioet atiy emur genny. The Emperor of Germany, at tho . celfcbration yesterday ' of tbo 25th anniversary of. the foundation of tho Geruinn Empire, thanked Trovideiii-o. that tho unity .of tho Empire had beo'n maintained. Germany, ho said; would continue to be a strong pillar -in tho peace of -Europe.; . .fAXUlBTf 20.. The Queen will shortly review tho uew British- ilyitsg squadron. It is reported that England JinS purchased two cruisers which were being built for .tlio Argentine.
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS. [By Tjasaiura.] BROKEN. HILL, Tmwtu*.- - The weather has ngaia. become warm after a cool chaugo. Yeaterdfty 113J- in the shade was registered, afid at 1 o'clock to-day (local time) a. tern* perature of 107 was attained. -Deaths have boon few hero owing to the dry atmosphere making the heat less op pressive than in other parte. I Air J. H. Cann, M.P. for Brokori Hill, arrived this morning, and waa roceived by the ofiicors of the labor ! unions. Mr Caun will be tho giieat of Mr T. Hall, ,T.P., daring his visit. Much disappointment is felt Ii6r6 at I the postponement of the visit of the iilinistor for Lands to this town, as several important matters -were to bo brought before liiui.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.,'' Tho ncnal fertniphtlr mcrtinpr of tho aboro body wnfliold at the C»Ui6U; probers on jlond^y ercnlng, 20th Inst... He»ent Tho Mayor andt AJdorman Doak.!,. Gronike, Mc Inhos, Vandqhberg, Bjrrnof Marriott, Austin nnd Bvflco'. - The minntjj the proVions meeting wore read and confirrnod. . COlUlBSPOlTEBHCE. From tho Under-SeeTetary for _ Works, stating that the Minister for Works hoped to Br a date for his proposed .iait to Wiliannia, before tho end of tho prcsont month. - . . From Mr Sleath. JI.P-, ropropoflSd visit of tho Minister for Works, as follows Broken Hill. Jan. 15. 1896. Sir,— Re the Minister for Works intended visit to Wilcannia. An yon know you havo not yet commnnir.itiW with mo in roferenco to this mattor, neither havo you scut mo an invitation to accompany him. If you ayo desirous that he should pay yon a visit I sfceutd adviw yon to as soon nn Eosaible let mo knpw'if^Qt arrangements von avo mado in regard to conveying him from TXr51rtn«n:a T» oti-nnt...
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. LONDON, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
LATE MfiLE JWS. llrltish anil Forelsji. ? [snow otm O^S :dOBBEdPOIIDBMT8.] THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE;, LONnOM, JakvIbt »;? Tho stoppage of traffic m tho Transvaal, the ' numerous arrosts of foroignors, and tho uncertainty of property tonuro, . him -nlarmcd the. British holders -of securities. Tho Cologne Gazette urges that tho independence of tho Transvaal should whn-n Vnf»lntirl ?a onryno-Arl n war, nnd her authority thus ini- . perilled. ' Dr. .Tnmeson and his mon will biv relnasod upon their arrival in Englnrid, and not conrtmartinllod as was pre viously announcod. Jam.aI'.y 20. Documents are reported to have boon found in the Orange TYeo Stato which profess to give details, of a conspiracy for invading the. Transvaal; The alleged plot jncludQiL;.a. native rising. ' ? - - -.1 ? Tho Boer General is urgiu'g- the - Transvaal troops' . to conciliate the CJitlunders. . ' v K Latbs. B Tim Transvaal authorities, havo | Bhown to the. Orauge Free State Go- ' -| vornmfent documents proving tha...
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. ? (From our Correspondent.). Jan. 19. — Thero has boon ono or two fuir parcels of opal found during tho week. blork« 7 and 9 being the parts in which the finds arc reported, beaidea theso various smnller. lota havo been picked out from different portions of tho Hold. The quantity of'work dono has, howover, been limited owing to the great heat of the weather. Two deaths have occurred at White Cliffs during the week, the first beiugMrMoKenzie senior, father of ths well-known blookholders MoKenzio Bros, and tho othor being that of a child of Mr A. Herald. Both deaths I am told wore principally duo to tho cxcessivc heat. A torrific dustxtorm swept over tho field for several -hours yesterday evening, bringing with it a oool change in tho - weather. To day, though' warm, is deoidodly pleasant oomparotl .with sozno of tho days during, tho past fortnight. Tho present Progress Committee will go out of offico in about a fortnight's time, when an election for a fresh committ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
I. H. LAi\iDSEEa Shipping, Commission, & Kilt W.HtlH.'VG AGENT Adolaide, iilang, Goolwa, Port Victor, Miirrny Bridge, aud Murifftti. Head Ofi-ice : GKEN FELL-STREET ADELAIDE. ' Wholesale and Rotall Watahmakcrs, Jewellers and Opticians. WaTOHESi Clocks. Jewellery, Eleotro-plate &. Church Requisites Scientific Instruments. 8PECTAOLE8. Every Article Guaranteed. T.©AO^T&©o. Garner Royal Arcade and Bourko Streuts, MELBOURNE. Spectacles fitted to any sight by tho mo8t expericncod operators. Letters and parcels will receive careful and prompt attention.. OHRIOTMA8, BIRTHDAYS & WEDDINGS. It wilt pay you to send to GAU^TS For a single Article at WHOLESALE PRICE. nopal rn of all klnda a epoclalltjr. 'VTISITOBS to Sydnoy should not fail . V- ' jto witness the Magnificent Cyolo rams of Jerusalem— ' A blazo of O.rieiitul Sploiidor.' AdmieaioD,' 1 e, Ohildron , 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
Yankee Doodle ia pnro blended Virginian. CLiEKK'a World-pamed Blood Mix tUiie. — '-The most searching Blood Cloausor that soionca aud medical skill hut brought to light.' Sufferers from Scrofula, Sourvy, Eczema, Bud Logs, Skin and Blood Discuses, Pimples and Soros of any kind aro solicited to give it atrial to loit its value. Thousands of (rondorful cures bare been effected by it, Bottles, 2a 9d each, sold every whero. Beware of worthless imitations and sub stitutes, ONE BOX OF' CLAEKE'S B 41 PILLS i«;..warran.tod to euro all dis obnrges from the Urinary Orguns, in either sox (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Puius in the back. Guaran * . . } t ? * ? \r ? o .l .1 1 ? I Kjou.iror iruuj in ujuuijr, uum iu uuxcc, 4a Cd each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors ;'Solo Proprietors, the Liucolu and Midland Counties Drug Co., Ljj ucoln, England. Sokk Hies ! 1 Beyond doubt Morris's Iupkkml Eyb OiSTaE.vr is otill the safest, speediest and beat romedy in existence. For oter fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
Faneral Hotice, 11HE friends ot Mr A. Hotd aro inTitod to attcud tho Funeral of his infant jod, which luaroa hia residouoe, Roid. itreot, TO-DAY, at 3 p.m. C. BOXATjL, Undertaker. Estate Late Rev. P. R. Davorn. ALIi Accounts owing to or bjr th» above Kstato, eithar prirataly or in connection trith tbo B.C. Church! xiust bo in the hands of the undersigned }n or before 31st January (instant). E. O'DONNELL. Hon. Seo. R.C.C. NOTICE. rpHE SALK of Mr F. C. McMillan's A Hotisrhnld Furniture and Effects, R-hich was Postponed nn Saturday last, will be held on SATURDAY, 25th inst., ' at 2.30 p.m. | E. G. DOLLMAN. Auctioneer, Wilcannia Pastoral,- .Agricultural and Horticultural. Society.' A MEETING of the Committee will be held at Burke's Hotel, on IHUBSDAY EVENING, 23rd iust., »t 8 p.m. (.; Business : Important,. - . D. A. MoEACHARN, Socrotaiy. Notice. I HEREBY authorize E. O'Donnell & Co., auctioneers, to receWe all monies due to me, and to pay all accounts duo by mo. &. C. T...
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
TKli POST OFFICK. Open from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. daily. (Sundays Exciuted.) / l^or tlio transaction of business, receipt and deliveries of reentered letters, 6ala of stumps, and ordinary deliveries of corrospondeuce, in nddilion to tho morn ing and afternoon deliveries by letter carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday excepted, when no afternoon delivery is made.) In tho ease ot lato arrival oi mails. 30 minutes delivery will b» given up to 8 p.m., after which hour no further postal business will ho dono. Although urgont casos pf applications for letters may ho attended to at the insido or 'Monoy Order' window, provided such doos not interfere with the telegraphio business up to 10 p.m. Sukday. A delivery of ono hour of ordinary correspondence is given, viz— 9.30 to 10 a.m.
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
' - THE MAILS. -ARRIVALS Sunday. Prors Melhourno, Kehu^n, Booligal , Ivanboo and nbrond. 0.30 a.m. ? From*M*p)bourno, Adol.aido, Broken Hill' and ilibj-qad.'O a.m. Prom Wontworth & Moaindie, 9 a.m. ' Mostjay. From Syduoy, Mclbourpe, Cobar, nnd nuronu, u ,011 a.m. Prom Queensland, Tiboo'-nrra \fil Tinrinka, Yandarlo, and Whito .Cliffs, i?.ao.p.n-. Vrom BonrkoLoufh nnd Tilpa, 6 p.m. From Queensland Wnuoaring and Paroo, ,6 a.m. . s. Tuesday. No mnilt. Wednesday. Vrt»m Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wontworth itMcnindie. 9 a.m. Tudbsday. From Sydney, :Hrelbourno, Oobar, and abroad, 6 30 a.m I''rom Queensland', Tiboobnrra. Milna rinko; Yundarlo, and Wliito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. . Prom Onaltn, Netallio, and Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. ?, * .PniPAY. tfrom Sydney, Jfelbourne, Bourko, Louth and Tilpa, Q p.m. ' Saturday. From Sydney. Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 0,30 a.m. PEPAltTURPS Monday. For Sfenindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill. Adelaide, Melbourne, nnd abroBd, 8 p.m. Fo...
WILCANNIA ATHENAEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
WILCANNIA- ATHEN/EUH. Tho annual ineetin-f Of aubscribera to tho Wilcannia Atheuteum, was held on Thurg* day ovoniog Iwt. Present — Mr A; 0. (Jeyor iu the chair, Rer. H. Brudabuw, and Mensra DonaldBon, Holdiug, Harper, Hotherm^lon, Busby, Weir, Avoyard, Sbortt, and the Secretary. Tho minute* of the previous annual meit ing woro road and confirmed. The balance fthoet nndcr vraa read and adopted, alto audUorb report. BJLEJLNCB GiZBRT. . To credit halanoo Commercial Bank, .1894 - - .... £42 12 II Subscriptions for tho y?ar .. 49 16 0 Waste puper and Ma^izines. . 0 0 4 Government Subsidy .r ; 3D 12 8 Council Rent and Subsidy . . ? 95 10 0 Interebt on Fixed Deposit ??§ 0 0 '/ ' £230 0 11 By Insurance .. .. ..$30 ?Rate*- .. .. .. .. I 11 6 Newftpnpors .. ?? ,v 6-13 4 Periodical* .. .. .. 21 4 2 SUtionery, Stamps & Sundries -2 15 3 Cuttiug doorway and fitting 1 reading room ... . ... .. 18 7 C New Books and ohargos , . 14 13 1 Firewpod dnd Kcronino . . 2 G Salary (Librarian) and Cl...
A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. The Joy of It. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER, The Joy of It. Wh«n you run a little paper in a town, And you try to do your littl® lovel best, And you. want to dodgo tho froezing little fro^n Of the littlo 'leading pooplo ' and the rest. Yoa will lio. betwoen tho devil and the eoa, Your existence will bo nothing elao but ' For there always Fomeone braying And continuauy *ayjn£ ' Did you erer read such rubbiwh in your life !M For tho world is. full of clever people who Are particularly critical and wi»e. And who know just what's tho proper thiny . to do, And who do not think it proper to dbguiso Their opinion' of a party who ia known Ic the city aa a literary hack. The especial evil feature Of that hateful littlo creature Being patent unto overy Torn and Jack ! If you eay a local pantomime is good l'ou're ah slaviah and ae crawlsomo as can be, If you say it doenn't net a* it should. There aro oritieismn forcible and free. If you giro dmith 1 local paragraph You &rc suro to get a walloping frozn Brown....
OCCIDENTAL G.M. CO., COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
OCCIDENTAL G.H. CO., C0BAR. Tho mine manager roporta for fortnight I ondinglQth inst. : — During the fortuight517 tons havo beon pat through the batteryv429 tons from the north cutting and 88 tons^from tho south cutting. Tho winzo.in. the. south outting ia down 16} feet, the 'prospect? from which show a little1 gold. Tbdre ia a slaUt formation in tho centre of ?tbe.'wlnzo.which accounts for tho prospo'cta being, poorer thAii usual. At tho 200ft* level, west of ah&ft, I havo put on two men ; they havo 7ft in longth by oft in height of bottom to work up beforo. they can drivo west through thd footwoll of tho gossan lode. At yoar next board meeting I hopo to bo able to give you sonie informa tion about tho gossan lodo at thia level.: An examination into tho business opera tions and present position of the Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of New York has just boon justified by tho Insuranoe Department of tho State of Now York at tho request of tho company. Tho investigation was of ...