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THE COMMERCIAL BANK. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
THE COMMERCIAL BANK. . \ ? . SYDNEY. Fjupat. At.tWibVdinary general meeting of shareholders in tho Commercial Bank ing Company of Sydney, held to-day, a dividend at the rate of 8 per ceut. per annum 'was declared. ? ? St wah reported . to tho police yestnrdfty, that Morrison J5ro.^'. groum at the Stockyard' mail change, Bourko-road, had a dead- body in a boat at the wntor'a odye, the man hav in^ died (after complamfng of illneha two or threo hoar* provionnly) whllo botng rowed up to the station by jjconmj and a blaokboy. It seeniB t-ba dflcea^ informed 'Ryan that ha waa 68 years' of age,' and had left the Parramatta Bonevoleftt Asylum laat week to go 6ut to Bom© aeleolion near Moraba to teaeh pome children; Death waa ovidently dae to tho intoiiM hoat. '* The Weather. — abnormal koat ? conf : ttnued throughont , Wtjdneeday, . Thcraday and yfiaterdny witK .'uqp'receden^efl Kavcr-ty. The highont ;. tonrjperaturo: jeoorded for tho' piujt 3P.^8»wr^wiU on ThtJrjday, . when . th« 123 in th...
THEIR NAME IS LEGION [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
. THEIR NAME IS LEGION Who t-*»tify lr» the lUr-rita '»f Wolfe'* S'JuiappB ftir rpiiKH ing indiicc^tion, urinciy nnd rhemuatUttj ;'»!*?- H» ndmirubln fUtuT. An application for tlift following Improve- ^ munt rurcua«o waa J'Kig'.-a witn mo local Crown l.anda Agent on tbo 2 1st ir.ft Alfred Richardson, Whito Cliffs, parish Kirk, county Yungnnlgra, l acre. At the Police Conrt veaterday Thomas Edward Adkin recovered from ouo Iluntrr, of GnalUi, tho hum of £21 5.s 2d for wage,*, togcthor with costs amounting in all U £7 : lla lOd. Mr Busby appeared for tbe com- j plainaut. ;
AUSTRALIAN GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
AUSTRALIAN GEMS. ; From time to time and from vurioun soiiri:oB fitful intelligence coincft to lmnd of the productiuu of preoloua atones in varioua parts of the colony. Occuaionally the diaoovery of a moie thnu ordinary vuluable gain ia rr-poi tod, and some timoa one hears of myaterioua aaloa of dia monds, opal*, ana happmren, but in the ubsoncc of regular reports the trade, jf auoh it can bo onlled, is uurriod on in a quiet and unoatontatioua manner, and but littlo authon tio information is available ns regards its extent or projects. The opening1 of tho opal fielda at White Cliil's, .near Wilcannia, and tho diamond'discoveriea at Bingera have beon about the only solid finds that have transpired, but atill one beam of and sees specimens of Auatralian gems with increasing fre-juonoy, and it ia no, wonder if publio curiosity has boon excited with the regard to the extont of the business done, or the 'pro - spoots which oxlst of tlie industry attaining important dimensions. 'With the ...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
. SPOE/riNG.KEWS. Busing ?? tulrnt ' ih making for the Goldtu Woat. Remember the name of Gaulu*. Pugilist Jem Smith is now a minic hall star. ?Sam Mordent looks like winnitig tlio Chall«»nsfc Stukca. Coulalla nhotild bo a seaBonable tip for the Challenge Stukea. A ladiett1 bicycle race took place at Cool- j gardie ou New Year'aDuy. ! Some of tho ' Brisbane polico ate to bo J mounted on cycles. They must mind thoy i dont get their wheels apragged. I itie cractcawtmraer, uormiy, naamoat ats- i appointing!^ gono off, or ho has aadly I nogluctod his training. ; I Tho white flag at .racsa started by the ntachiuo disappcarn automatically when tho barrier flics up, and the rank's of the unom- i ployed will be awollcd. i Blue Cap, Engineer and Whakawntea , ahould hnve a deal to do with the finish for | tho Challenge Stakes. ' ; Tatt'-« bookies begin to look blue. Tho big blub men havo now come down to ahouting the odds at meetings whoro a ainglo note will mitko a competitor first favorite, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, ' TOOTHACHE, WEAKNESS AND , ?. t ?' .- GENERAL DElSlLlTY QUICKLY' AND POSITIVELY CURED* ? BY CLEMENTS- TONIC, ;; ' WHICH RESTORES THE VIGOR, SNAP, AND'HEALTH OF YOUTH. Mr. II. Mc.Donald, . «atexman, Crown ytreot, .Wcllongong, N. ' S. W., who writea on March 2Sth, lSU3:— About tovnn or eight yonraa^ol was thrown from a ltort-a, and .was laid up for' «otiie titue afterwards, although I waa told thut it wit* ituly m « train, I bolieved that my opine wuk iojuted to. a cortuin ? oxtent. The bywptums following, -the ucoldont wcro jutcu&» p«m extendii-g tOong tho spinal cord. I had the advice of Bomo'of the loading doctors in' the colony, but nevor derivod any benefit fmro their remedies. - The aymptoma ware acuto pains in tha small of my back, at times hardly able to straighten .myself after arising from bed. T. waaadvhod to; try. Clomenta Tonic. ? Not having any faith in it at firet I took- it with re'uctance. a« I ha'd ^ lenown po m*:iy failures in ad rcr...
ADDRESS ON HOME RULE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 25 January 1896
,. ADDRESS ON. HOME ROLE. SYDNEY, Thowday. Mr E. Blnke, a member of the Irish National Party ? in tho House of Commons, dolivfirod an address ou Home Rule in the, city last night, and was accorded a magnificent roception. A motion was earned in favor of convening a National Convention re presenting the Irish race at homo and ubroad, to establish the Irish Party upon a basis of solid unity.