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THE TRANSVAAL INVASION. MR. GLADSTONE'S VIEWS. LONDON, JANUARY 23 [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

THE TRANSVAAL INVASION. : Mlt: GLADSTONiE'S VIEWS, v . LONDON, Jamjauy 23. ' * ITr (jladstono' condemns Dr. Jame son's invasion of tlie Transvaal, and expresses the : hope that ui-bitratiori* ' .between tlie Chartored Company lan^ the Triusvaal Goviy-ii ment will be: 3euiod. ; : , - .

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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THE HEAT AT BROKEN HILL. BROKEN HILL, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

THE HEAT AT BROKEN HILL: BROKEN HILL. Friday. Yosiorday was tho hottest day regis tered hore this season, 116 iu tho shado boing recorded. Sororal doaths ara re ported. Priscilla Donnia, hged.23, diud at South Broken Hill from heat apo ploxy ; a Mrs Dauiols, aged 41. and- an coming in from ;Tarrawing.-e by truin, haTO also died from thoroffectd of - tho boat. Two mon aro reported as having boon found dead on Nundora station. A- man . named Herman, a_-brewor em ployed by Bosch & Co., Silverton, was stricken with hoat apoplexy yesterday ; he was removed ,to tho hospital v/hero. he J now lies . in ' a somi conaoious state. Several others havo boon jffoctod by tho beat, OBpecially at tho mines, whoro . 13 extra men have boeu: put on each shift to help through ' with the -work. ? Tho raeu working 'at Baxter and Saddlor's open cut nq-Bfstort at 4 in tho morning and do not work after 12. A report has been rocoived of the. death of a man on Corona station from the heat. Tho weather ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

i*fWv°wIvH rsAVH INtfdWOO J NOiMHS 033xwHvn0\««55* P^V.W g M |Ul }^13X0Vd AH3A3Z-!2L- sssvd oBiraTugTOTilsl 3H30MVD Situs and Catalogues at Stone k Corset JSi^ KIDMAN and NICHOLAS' BOYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES, litavft the Booking Office, FlanneryV Hotel, Reid.str^t, Wdcannis, for the following .i ? COBAR— Tuesdayi/liCVhurwin»» amj.c^u day*, 5 . p.n. MXLPARINKA and TIBOOBURRA. Wedncsdays and Saturdays, 8 a.m. Via {lobar is the Cheapest and Quickest Route to Sydney. £fc* through journey occupying only GOrhoun*, and there belug only 160 tmlos coaching. All fares and parcels mu*t be propaid. FARE TO COBAR, £3 3s. Forfnrtker particular* apply to the Agent W. B.WAtiL, Flannory'e Hotel, ? Ruid-strcct. The Wilcannia Pharmacy Next Bijou Theatro, REID-STREET, HAS ON HAND— Pure Drugs, Patent Medicine# and Toilet Requisites, All Letters and Order* to be addressed to |he Manager. GERALD F. GOODWIN, M.P.S. Tcpth Skilfully Extracted. DR ATKINST' i Government Medical Officer, Sfc. Myers-street. PAN ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

ESTATE LATE ADODSTE 1SYSSE1BA0J. I^HE EXECUTOR in the above Estate having secured the services.of Mr Carl Olsen, late of Forbes and Sydney, c /% ' ' ? who is a firstclass Watchmaker; and who comes here with splendid ] credentials, begs to in .'tiftM*. -X&' ^5^' form, the general public business will be »- Hipy }) carried on as heretofore, ''' trusts to receive a fai* , . The Stock lias: been carefully; re- j valued, aijcl to meet the times, a considerable ? reduction has boen rimde all roiind, ?'?!*.' - E. O'DONNELL. Sole. Executor, A Woadertul SkfllecaJLoixa.-©, For PHiou. and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick lleadachc, GiJdiucs3. Fulness and Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold CUilh, 'irlu?hruf;» of ilsat, Loss of Appetite, Shoitncss of Breath, Costivenes.s Blotcbcs Gii 'tiic SUin, Disturbed Sleep, Fnghtful Dreams, and all Nervous ami Trembling S^nvUbti.*, &c. Tup. first Dose will give JtELiEtf in twenty iiinutks. This ...

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Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

Quipping Nows. I Wilcannia.— Atic\ Uft lor S.A. on day ledoh with 031 bales Tarclla -*ool and '24 bol6« ilono-on wool rhipjxxl by Doftlco & Co. The Maudo nrriyed from Bourke j-o«torday. J?ooBcnrin,— Mnnnum left, umtrcntn yp* f^Tday. Undaunted nudMeninaiololtdovrn* stream on wo-inG^(Jqy. Murrumbid^o loit Gpstreetji on Wodnemlay. Florence Anuio left upstream on Thursday. | Wentworth.— Prinoopo Rojnl arrived from j Morgan on Thnr*day. .Tnlia urrived from tho Darliug nn Woducadtiv.

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THE VENEZUELAN DISPUTE. LONDON, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

^^^ENi|up^N:^OlSPUTE;. .. ' -? ;^LOWiON', JAseAsr 22. , r-- 'Tlio Ventiuclau dilfi'eiilty has pyoked TCr'groht 'rfutbui'stvrof- ^-'patriotism in . Canada. ; 1 Prosidont Clfci^dari'd desi'rpR.oii' ^oarly . arid tompleto seiflepicnt of thq;diffi ww.Jl lutuuui 1110 -lupuro^ of the Boundary Ct'iuniiijsion; ? ? . JxOvurz 23. .In: tUet IJnited States Sonato a '?protest was mada ngainst tho'rocent 'outburst 'of jingoism, and demanding (liriendlj-.i.'ottleniont of the Yenezuulan difficulty' .'witH . England, whioh waa ? -Sviidly cheorod liy'the public iu the Igilleries. ' ;

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WAR PREPARATIONS BY THE POWERS. LONDON, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

AVAR PREPARATION'S BY ' POWERS.' '....i. im'DON: .U.VUAEY 23. - Eugland:is prepariiig to let i-outruuto. for Iftvge - pnroliosrs oi A tintnilian prosoryi'd'ineat.v ? ? ? ? . . ' ?; .. Tltu Sccretavv. tor 'W nr l»«n proi\ii=«d. to erei:to a liiilitarv ruaoi-vf. lltide , ? J '. .. W. 't- ;'!arfh\tnnt me ainvy n.-in us lujj i*r.n - ph'Uieiif of moii. ? 'J'lio Etupeior -of UemHriy proposes to expend five to twenty uiillioM sterliifg' iu .?s»w';::W0i$l)t{-$'|''^ipjl'^-'n. strengthening '. thfi y^lpfi/iari; nttVy^.;'Isi. the event 'of thf RiieliSt'iig.r^usiHg:tt- . ? ?soiictidu' th-! 'OX]MudiVi'it^-tK.o'd5uipdi«r snya liOiTrill apply id the patriotiam of .ti»^)ilectors. -v- ?? .^^3lt^'uh-;iisyjr diiiiiig^. the not-v ^^^^yX^Virdinj^'iiWIiattlechiir for 'C built jn;'' ^g)^4d; . '.''rjt ^r. . : ?

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THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. ( SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

THE POST OFFICE, Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Sundays Exoepted.) For the transaction of business, reccipt and deliveries of registered letters, salo of stamps, and ordinary deliveries of oorrospondcnce, in addition (o tho morn ing and afternoon deliveries by letter earrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday excentei. when no afternoon delirorv is made.) In the caso of late arrival of mails, 30 minutes delivery will bo given up lo8p.m., after which hour no further postal business will be done, although argent cases of applications for letters may be attended to at the insido or 'Money Order' window, providod such doop not interfere wi-h the telegraphic business up to 10 p.m. Sunday. - ? A delivery of one hour of ordinsry correspondence is given, viz - 0.30 to 10 mails close;; . - , j Thirly minutes before departure. j Late letters may be posted ap to with in 15 minutes of di-psrturo, provided tliey bear tbe late fee of 2d extra. | , TIME. , ' Standard Time is observed. JREGISTEEED M...

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ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

Annual RrroM. We, tho Committeo of Management, at the clotto of our term of .office, havo much pleas ure in ldying beforo tho subscribers and othor frlonds of tho iustitution our report for the. past year. Wc aro glad to be ablo to report an increase m uio amount, oi yenr over those of 1894, and that a not credit balanoe remains after issuing cheques in pay ment of account# pasted for payment up to the end of tho yoar of £\ 1 1 l8o 9d. From the Treasurer's statement it will be soen that the total noi revenue for the year, arnountod. after deducting cheques issued in settlement of 1894 acoounts?(.£l89 $s 8d) and passed for rvivmrtnt .T«n 9niT to £1205 9ft 10d. oonsiBtingof tho following itoms, viz., balance (not) from 1894, £41 fis 3d ; Govarnmont subsidy up to end of 1S94, £292 Os 9d; Go vernment subsidy to end of June, 1895, £175 lCs 8d; Government special grant, £100: private subscriptions, £95 17« 5d ; station rubseriptions, £18Q 7s: sundry entertain ments (bouofita) £170 ICs lid...

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WILLCANNIA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

WILCANNIA HOSPITAL. Tho following minutes aro taken from the Hospital miuute book, htittdtd to us by the .Secretary for publication : — 1 Tho adjouruod special committee mcoting was held on Tuesdav ovoniug last, at the Mount Murchison lloteU Prosent-^Mr Cr. Bunworth, Harper, JDonke, Burke, Grcnike, Geyer, Morrinou, Cobum, AveyaTd. . The minutes of the ordinary meeting hold on the 7th instant wero read, amendod and coufinned as araendod. Tho Secrotary then road the -prcMident*8 annual report, treasursr's statement of reoeipta and expendituro, mcdlcnl officer^ ropurt and wardsman'a returns for the yoar. AlrGroniko proposedi.Mr PiVo seconded, that the above.. roDortti. .:fiLatoraont. and ro turhsberecoivodand'adopUd. .Carried. Th« Secrotary was inetructod to write to Mr Moasont respecting a reccipt butt for £1 whioh docs not. appear in tho cxih book. Tbe Adjourned annual meeting of xoh scribers of tho above institution was hold on Tuesday evening last. Present — Mr Donald son in tne ch...

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LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. SPEECH BY MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. EMPEROR WILLIAM'S RECENT ACTION CONDEMNED. LONDON, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

LATE CABI,E NEW8.; S'.ritibii nnd Foreign. [rUOM OIIH OTfN OORHKSrOND)!»T8.] THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.* SPEECH BY MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. EMPEROR WILLIAM'S RECENT ACTION CONDEMNED. ; ! ? LONDON, Ja.ni/aht 22. Mr Joseph Olinmborlain, speaking . at tlie farowoll banquet to Lord Lttuiington, the now Governor of Queensland, unid, in referring to the recont crisia in tlio Tranavaal, that England nic-t with unexpected hostility and hatred where (the oxpectod friend ship. Mr Chamberlain dcclaved that tho Govcrnmout held the Empive in trust for th» world, nnd added that England was determined to maintain her lights and perform her duties, , though isolated. To secure 'the -abun- dant loyalty of the colonics, lie urged! the development of tlio co'tmnorcial ' routes of tho Empire, anfl pointed. oitfc tho necessity of uniting for- mutunl dofonce. ?- . ' ' ? Mr Chninborliun's. roforpnc'j to the-, attitude of tho (iermnu Emperor towards England -caused an outburst of enthusiasm, the oritiro eompau...

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MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

Mepical OrrjcKR'a Rcpuht. bcutlemeu, — I have much nlcssore in pl.«i. iiig i-ef--ro you a cla#*ifiodliat of- all cases! treated in thf hospital for the past year, Tha death* aro ono leas than the prevnms yesir and t»n refuieticc to the statistical report' wc liod ! that eleven cafes wcro hopeless on admihxfiin. wore creaieu unrinx ine year of which 04 havo been ?ured, 40 relieved, 10 died and 15 r«m;iin in tho huapitil. Daily av'erHge 12.3. 232 outpatient^ received treatment on 4t?6 ocoasioua and 8 patients were transfered to tho Benevolent Asylums. Thore wore soreral minor opsratinns ix-rfoiniod during tho year. I have to acknowledge the assist ance I havo rccaived from tho superintendent, Mr Bennett, who has boon unremitting in hi« caro and attention to the pstienU. In con claxinn I havo to thunk tho otimmittee for their asaisUnco thTi-n/:hout the yenr.— Ycurs, fcc., T. Edward Atkins. The recent dreadful heat in Sydney seem* i to have even made, tho dvad up.— or send telegrams uuy...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

LOCAL. ; AND GENERAL. Mr'Edwaep. MaoFarlane, the Act ing Chairman - of the Local Land Board, received a telegram from the Under-Secretary for Lands on Thurs day to the -effect that owing to tho lomnntoil .WtV r.S MV A H the meeting- of the Land Board at Broken Hill, fixed for tho 28th inst., hna been postponed until further notice. The Effects of the Heat. — A oorresponicat,.. writing from Cobham on Wednesday laat, states : 'I havo much pleasure in informing you that to-day was the hottest day vro have had- this , season, the thermomoter fOft in fV»a nkoda 'Rttvln wore-droppinff ' dehd from the trees; under orio trc# I counted no less than sii ';d-?a'd. cOifeatoos, and ''two others giving their last gasp. The hoat is killing' the rabbits wholeaale.' Tub nights, with one or two excep tions; have 'boon painfully 'opprossivo dimtir* flifl Inn cr ofrhfnli ftf hhnf rvn have pasaod through. The thor mometer. -has rarely been below 100 degrbes- all night, and in many instances has gone up ...

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DEATH IN THE MENIDIE COACH. MENINDIE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

DEATH IN THE MENINDIE ' I COACH. ? .MENINDIE, Friday. The heat yesterday .was almost Un bparablo. One' passenger by couch from Broken Hill died on tho way. Hisname is John Adamflj and he.Jiad . boon em ployed by 'Kidman ? end Nicholas -as coachdrivor a ' little whiU back. Adam- C-.- ? ? a* -Pnnba.au had two brondy and ,eod»i when they raaohod the wiroyiifds ho seemed ont of his mind, and fou^'ulilea further at Sugar's, hotel he -waa -^irito hetpiwo. The driver bathod him With wat-r, but a« no improvement took place the coach came on. According to a wire from the Hill Adam* died shortly after- the conch left,

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THE ABNORMAL HEAT. CASES OF SUNSTROKE. PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE. ADVICE AND INSTRUCTIONS FROM PROFESSOR ANDERSON STUART. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

THE ABNORMAL IIEAT.i CASES 'OF SUNSTROICE. PREVENTION BETl'Ell THAN CURE. ADVICK AND INSTRUCTIONS FROM : PROFESSOR ANDERSON STUART. Sub-inspcutor Le Soutillier has handed o» for publication tho following wire irora Pro fessor Anderson Stnart, President of tho Board of Health, whioh will doubtless bo read with moat interest and acted upon by unnciVilo mnn In thn rommiiuitw j ' Tho following suggestion! for. tho pre vention and immediate treatment of sunstroke are taaed for general information : ' Board of Health, Sydoey, T 23rd January, 1896. ' Thero are sovtral varieties of suDStroke, but thoy are all due to exccsnivo hent, though not nceej&arilr to the immtdiato notion of tho son's rays. They may occur during the night as well aa by day. Thoso who suffer most aro the intemperate, and next to them thoso whoso health is disordered or who are Gvorfatigaed or depressed. M Prevention. — It should be clearly under stood that it is essior to prevent than to cure sunstroke, and tha...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Before Messrs Edward MacFarlane, Acting Chairman, and Edmond O'Donnell, J.P., Member.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

? LOCAL LAND-BOARD; [BeforeMessrsEdwarf MacFarlane, Aeting Chnirinnn, and Kdmond ' O'Donnoll, J.P., Membor;] ' - Tho Land Board met at the Conrt House at 10 a.m. on Thursday and adjourned until ll o'olook. On resuming, tho AotingChair man referred in fcolinsr torma to the untiraolv death of the Chairman (Mr G. 0. Tompson), whoso seat . waa not occupied during the mooting. .? In the cane of diehard Holt, H.L. Oj-ISj tho- Board rrfoornmohdod -a loaae of about 6000 acroa, di'reotad, a- survoy, and adjourned the easofor valuation of Crown improvements and appraisemoat of rental. In the oaso of George Galloway, H.L. 95 20,. tho Board ireoiilsuanded permission to withdraw application, and' tvfand of deposit and enrvey fee. - The balance of tho ea*e« were adjourned to tho 24th, when the following decisions wero given : — : Jim 0.' Besley, Special Lease, 95-li. -The Board reoommendod a leaeo of 273.acrea for 15 jrara at £13 13a p»r aonnm. Jiohn Thomas -''Byora, -H.L ' '95-34. -The Board reo...

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THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUKDAY. From Melbourne, Echnca, Booligal Ivanhoo and abroad, C,30 a.m. From M'clbonrnc, Adoluido, Broken Hill* and abroad, 0 a.m. Prom Wontworlh & Monindio, 9 a.m. Monday. From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar, and abrond, 6,30 a.m. From Queensland, Tihoobnrra Mil parinkn, Yandarlo, nnd White Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Bourke Louth and Tilpa, 5. p.m. i-iuu, v^ui-Fimmnu n««»oo'S uu« toruu, 6, a.m. Tuesday. No mails. Wednesday. From Adolaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wentworth -fc M-nindie,9 a.m. TinmsDAY. i.vu. onu abroad, 0.30 a.m. * I From Queensland, TiboOburra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and White Cliffs, 12.30p.ro. From Gnalta, Netallio, and Cnparlo, 12.30. p.m. FiiidaY. Prom Sydney, Melbourne, Bourko, Louth and Tjlpa, '5 p.m. . 8atubday. From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 a.m. DEPARTURES Monday. For Menindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Iranhoc, Booligal, Hay and Eohuoa, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday. For T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

A. H. LANDSEER, Shipping, Commission , & FOttfVARllIIVCi AfiBXT Adelaide, Milang, Boolwa, Port Victor, Murray Bridge, and Morgan. E£kad Office : GBENPELti-STHEBT ADELAIDE. Wholesale and Retail Watchmakers, Jewellers and Opticians. WATOHE0.' ' Clooks. Jewellery. Eleqtro-plate a ChOroh Roquibiteo. Scientific Instruments. Spectacles, Every Artlele Ouaranteed. T.QMpar&co.. Corner Royal Aroatls and Bourks 8troots, MEIBOUBHL Spectacles ?fittad.to any rfghfc by the most experienced1 opei^tora. Letters and parcels will repeivo oareful and prompt attention. - ^ CHRISTMAS, piRTHBftVB & WKDDIWOB. It wlU'pwj you to send to GAUttTS For a single- Article at WHOLESALE ? PRIOE. Ropal re -yf ail Mntfo s QpeoUUIty. 'T7'ISXTORS to Sydnoy should not fail V to witneas tho Jdagaificout Cyclo. rama ol Jerusalem— ' A blazo of Oriental Splendor.' ' AdmwBion, In, Children, 6d. The 'BEST American Bar!\ Tobacco : TO SiWOKE . ?:|gCL6j^ -tryjt.^s FiatQake: 1 A OIFT PORTBAIT. THE CROWN STU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

TfiE DOG, THK MAN, AND THE - A11S AT. A pjiijBjtJV jof mino and I wore yralking j Jogethcf tjjo othor d«y ; a dog d«hc\J i ji&tf jub after something ho a»w on th* j jajr/?piont. Jt wni a bijt picco of ? Ha pooncod oii it and swallowed it w ' two seconds. My companion m ,! {tlio doj? vr ith oaviou* admiration. ** ^ fumble friend,' h» said.' Til £ir» jva :j f5,000 for your appetite »ai jwsr !| igustioji. lo a are not afr»vi Vc * f ; : / -am.' But ths dos knew ?sr-i*l i nappilioas is njado of, He tito'ine-i lie ' offer aud trotted away. J It i* astonishing how, icitr r.-at ?- people ujo this expression. r-r' I was ' afraid to oat. As the miter jiens thoso lines 'ita letter. lie oa the j £«ble beforo him, every oac of them .-en- 5 tninipg it. Yet the persons who wrola ; the letters are Dot known to one another. ' There was, therefor*, no sgrromont j among them. Why should ttiei* be, j evon if 'hoy icere acqusinted ? | N o, thero ia nothing in it to wonder at Thoy went through th...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896

-? BREVITIES. The Premier lost* 7 Ibn' tUii-ing the** hor' week. The heat wave i* put down to the ' curta of Dean.1' . *?', ? A Molbourue umlertrtker.udverfiace '* style and fit guaranteed. V N.S.w. would giudly welcouic tho advent ! of tho ice age. ? | Tho 'heavy frost' at Ynas reported in the D. T. was only a. frost. Deluded individuals are atil! going to New. Australia. When will thoy bo fr»o of the illusion f Hind Foot is tho naroo of a rccent bank rupt. He could not pnt hind foot foremost. A *? young lady' recently advertised in the 1).T.' for an cdnuated Ohow. Now a Chiuunian advertises for au uneduoatcd white girl. A ' jingo ' meeting was held in Cuolgardio the other day, when 2000 attended and Jaughed tho project to rain. W, J. Lyno and E. 'W'. O'Snllivan arc Taamauinn natived. So are Premier Turner and Trenwith, of Victoria. Thirty years agv tho population of Wos tralla waa 2000 only. Now that number podra into thy colony every, fortnight. Tho proudest namo in England is Ho...

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