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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
OUR SYDNEY LETTER; (From Our Correspondent.) ' the' heat ways. Tijoro is a Queensland town whioh it ha* long been tho fashion to call tho 14 oity of sin, sweat and sorrow.' It it laid out iu frying pan fashion.. That is to Bay thero in a plateau in the middle, and a low rango of hills all round, just to keep the wholo thing in post tion for tho sun to get up erery morning and frizzle tho community at his own convenience. I thus pnrtienJariso bocanso, not only in Sydney but throughout tho greater part of New South Wales, tho roiirn of sin, sweat and tho resulting sorrow baa been supremo for day.s pust. Our thormometers have gono up and it is much to be feared that our morals havo gone down to tho lovelo ourrent itiRoek hampton,.or any other torrid ppot of oqual caloric. Seriously, the heat is terriblo and unprecedented. Deaths by the dozen from heat apoplexy ero reported daily* thousands of dolicate persous have been brought to death's door, and all who huvo to pursue their avocation...
THE HEAT WAVE. TERRIBLE MORTALITY AT BOURKE. EXODUS FROM THE TOWN. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
THE HEAT WAVE. - TERRIBLE MORTAIilTY, AT BOURICE. EXODUS FROM THE TOWN. SYDNEY, Mohdat. Stoudy rain sot in in the city on Saturday night, and still oontinuea. The heat in tho intorior ia unabated, and tho death-rate is appalling. At Bourko no lefl3 thau 25 doaths havo oc«urred from heat fipoplexy during tho past woek. TaBSDAT. Tho doath-rato m tho city and auburbs la6t wook ivas double tho ordinary fiiiuvoa. owine: to tho excos sivo heat. Fivo moro doatha occurred at Bourko yoatoiday from hoat . apoplexy. Tho temporaturo during the day reachod 119 in tho shade. Tho Railway Commissioners pro mised a deputation yesterday to graufc certain concessions for a month, to enable persons in tho hot districts to travol to somo cooler climate. The intonso hoat at Bourko is caus ing an exodus bordering on a panic. Tho train leaving yesterday was crowded with r9sidonts who woro afraid to remain any, longer ,owing to the numerous deaths in the town; Mr Loughnan, ek-M-.P. for the Murrumbidgee, die...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 22 January 1896
.STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. lr J. 13 North (member. Sydney Slock ItSfshango) wired as a copy of tho Eighangq , -? ^cial quotations last night as follows broken I tiycr 6^-i 9rl, seller 64'ri 6(3. *; jik'ckTcnn, buyer 77s :!d, seller 77s 9 d. ? - .'Hcok TouftccnH. bu jcr - 8 s Od'. Heller 29s , fa « wilei, 29a 3d, 29.i. . v huyor47rt. ? ' Nort^». buyer 13a 3d, B4)l«r l3» ( ^ futllhp, buyer 15s 6d. sollor 18s.. Hjths (dontnb.), bnyor lS.i, ejllftr 13# 3d. * TTtljC.. buyer Sn 3d, sailer 8s «d. . - . . JtSjrth Cgnti nli; Tjiiyor 2s SJd, jp'eiler 7s j6d . - A* - ,r^ Wr.tTfrim,— -A jfly ; came Saturday .B- cool a -W^?J5tfei^v'piiiol*day op fitjp M* sat in oguj^T n.« (-*?*& #V««» »!-i3l-*n-totn«ter' jf-y iWote^f 117 in' (fca , shads. ? T^taf&tjr ' % t)^ss rocordod. Light ram fe)! ^ ml Wontworth on the ,!8sh
A LAND BOARD DECISION. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
A LAND BOARD DECISION. SYKNEY. Thubsdat. Tjio Teuto.rfield Laud Board has deoiddd that a- parson haviDg onca tttketi up a hoiuoistoad Btlcction or origiiial conditional purchase uudor tho Act of 1896, and han'ng fulflllod alL tile coouitioiis required, cannot transfer the aamo or re-seleot. Tliera forc, a holder selling his selection cannot take up Crown lands iu any part of the colony. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
Wiloannla Early Closing Association. ANNIVERSARY DAY, fTIHK above Association havo miioli JL ploasuvo in notifying tho public that MONDAY NEXT, 27th iuatnut, being Anniversary Day, will boobacrvod as a JPUBLIC HOLIDAY, whon nil Busines. Establishments iu 'Wilcatmi* will bo Closed. R. KNOX. Hon. Soo., \V.B C.A, Important Notice. AMEF.TING of Gontlomon intar ostod in tho Formation of a 8yndicato to Whitewash tho Country, and hand it back to its original ownors (tho blacks) will take place at Flannery'n Hotel, TO-NIGHT, at 9 o'clock. TO-DAY. TO-DAY. rnHE SALE of Mr F. C. McMillan's i Household Furnituro and Kflecta, which was Postponod |on Saturday last, will be held TO DAY, at 2.30 p in. E, G. DOLLMAN, Auctioneer, A Raro Opportunity to Householders aud Dealers, and Persons Furnishing, &c. EtjlNDEL has boon instructed by o Mr H. Major (who is leaving tho district) to sell by auction on TUESDAY NEXT,' 27th January, his really good lot of Furniture, consisting of — 1 Austrian Sni...
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
Tho RIv.gvs, ! The following ohows the heights of the | yiTers aboro Bummar Icvol .it tho uiidermcn tioned pianos at 9 a.m. yeslorday:— ' Till? tLUlLWQ. Mungundt ? 4 ft lOin falling Oollanmabri ? 4 ft Oin falliq^ Mogil Mogil ? 1ft 1 Jin falling Walgett — Barwon ? 9ft 6in falling Do.. Nnmoi ? 7-t Oin statny Ooodooga ? I ft Oin. at a toy Browarzina ? lft 5in statny Bourke ? ? ? ? Oin': statny Xjouth ? 6ft Oin falling Tilpa ? ? ? ? ? ; ? 6ft 8in falling Wilcnnnia ......: ? 8ft7inYallli-ff JTonindio ? nftOJujfalhng Pouncario ? 10ft Oin ririnff Wentworth.'. ? ? W- report --Tn» KDB3UY Albury ? ? ^ow. . ? Eohu»» ? 2ft Oin ruing BwaaHill ? ? lft Sin falling ?Button ........ ? 6ft lOin foiling
BOURKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
BOURSE STOCK REPORT.' J.', -Alidoison and Co., fttocV and etatiOQ agent«, roport an fullowa for tho year ending 31 at Dec«mbar, 1893 : — Shonp— Sold: We .'Id during tho last voar 170,074 dheep. Treated at the Bonrko iioat Co.'a TVorlts : Vy c baTO bad treated at tho above work.^ on account of different owncru 73,678 shocp. Roceircd by Hail : We hare rocciTod by rau the loiiowing u am ber of rams and high-class shoop, ri z., 473'J. Cattle.— 8old : 'We bnte soM dunng the last year 1672 head of cattl*.* Treated by the Boatke Muat Co.'a Worts: Wo have bad treated at tho above works oft account of different owners 6064 head of cattle. Trucked to Sydney and other Markets for Sale: We have trucked to Sydney and other inarkota for *ale 7374 bead of cftttle on account of different owners. fJoraca.— 8o!d : We baro. told dnriag tho lint year 258 h^ad of horses. Tracked : We have tracked to various places 352 head of horses. Hid«f«, dkins and Tallow. — Ilailed to Sydney for Saloi 6125 hide.s, i...
BALANCE SHEET. RECEIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
? Balanok .SiHrirr. _ - -V RECBim. ?** TuJtnhince in 'in 1894 ? Goterntnent eubsidr to end Vo.t do., June, im ... 17*V.1CS§;: Do., do., special grynt ... Private Subscriptioui, kv. - ,0fr StHtinn Subscri)-tinn,«# Ac. Hos|iital ? '... \\-9-t-l;ifc Hoi^itJilBall Children^ Fancy Dresa U*ill *^0^12- 'ft* Flower Show ? ; Hftspital Sunday ? 40-^0^1 White Cliffs Rhw Half, 12 (1-C Paying Patients ? ? T ijry* 11 - « ; Kcntot Garden ... ... ;V- 0\0 ShIc of Witidniill ... ?* /.?; XO '0'\?0'i iicceivod from Curator of IiiUs** . '-ci % i tate E»t:itcs ... .. .... .$0 Jj-j S , ? ? nsos.-vCJi. ; EXPB.vmTtnK * V.!:? By SjiIamm and Wage* ,.»v K4CT' f»r10 Meat... ... -Bread and Flour ' 29 ' 4*43 P«mltry aud Fi.h ... ?' .j- 'iyf,2 Urocertes ... .... ' .'J- ?. Butter, Milk and i&ffs '? ../- Gd I4:l0* Vojetiblos and Fruitr. . T ^ 22- 3* ' $ Spirits, Wine and ..Beer i/.^ ;v' ' 4l' Vuul and Light * * -,h'v V./ . 54 -0 .4'. Washing and Lanridvy Wifrk .. ? 34 12 v 3 . Drupt and C^emfcala* ... . ...i...
THE HEAT WAVE. MORE DEATHS AT BOURKE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
THE HEAT WAVE. MORE DEATHS AT BOURKE. SYDNEY, Thotodjlt. Tho intense heat in tho interior continues unabated, and numerous additional doathn hnvo occurred. The temparnture at Bourke yesterday vran 120 in tho shado, and business in tho more (teathe occurrod there ysstordny. The district hospital is crowded with persons suHoring from sunstroke. The residents are leaving in hundroda for coolor localities. Fjudat. Eicsocivo hoat provnilod again yon terdoy throughout the groator portion of the colony. A fow of the stations reported light rain. The highest temperaturo was recorded at Nyma gee — 121 in tho shade. Fivo deaths ocourred at Brewarriua on 'Wednesday from hoat apoplexy, one of the victims being Mr John Willis, father of the member for the distriot. At Bourse a resident natirod Mrs Hoooysucklo succumbed to tho heat., and . hev . son-in-lavr, named Wholnn, whilst «ngng«d soldering the coffin containing her corpse, tvas takon ill and orpirod shortfy afterwards. Another xeBident nam...