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BOURKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
BOURKE STOCK REPORT. J. Anderson »tid Co., etock nnrl elation agents, report as follows for tlw we?k ending Jan. 23:— Sheep.— W«- *old 41,000 wither r, nn cr count of tho Squatting Iurc.-tmcnt Co., Tburulgoona. The demand fur goo»i saleable Jines of young phrep etill ccctinne5, and we hare many enquiries. Sydney market*.— Oar agents wire: 56. POO penned for th? week. Prime firm. B**t wether* to Si 3d, good Cs Cd to 7» Gd, m^dicm Ss to 6i 6d , best »we« to 9d, good As 3d lo 5a 9d» medium t'J 4* Oil. Cattle.— Wo truclr-'d to Sydney mark-t 2i0 hosd, on account of T. W. Annytjgo, Noriov. SoId44beid, on auco^at various owners. Sydney markets. — Our arctit.' wire: 2.*-00 ▼apjod for thn.w»»V. jnnch bctt*». Prime wpJ^bty bulJcckfl to £7 lG?, (o-cd to £6 5s, medium to £5 54; best cow* to £4 l£a, jnedinm to, £3 I5n. - Tallow.-^Sra'rktjt ^asiw Uiis week, and prices all round sbowad o decline of 5a per ton. Prime rootton. £1915* to £'20 ; priroo beef, £18 10s to £18 15s ; primo mixed, £10 30s t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
The Wilcannia Pliarmacy yext Bijou Tljnatre, REID-STREKT, HAS ON HAND — Puro Dregs, Patent Medicincs and Toilet Keqiueito. All Letters and Order* tn W suldrcvul tn fheMaosger. GERALD F. OGODWIN, M.P.a Treth Skilfully Extrsptfcd. DE. ATKINST' Gorernnient Jftdical Officer, Myers-street. CAN BE CONSULTED AT HIS SURGERY 9 to 10 2 to 4 ? . 7 to 8 t)r. Atidju l-iapens&i hix owi\ Medicincs. HIS SURGERY, JtTERS-SrREET. 2CEDICa£] D,R. NEWTON Physician and surgeon, Woora-street, Wilcannia ; J. Amdersom & Go. j (EaTABLLaHKD 183 J.) ] P. fAAQAN H. M. 'VYAnE jLaU Londo i lJtnk of f 7.«to Toornlo Ktnlloti Australia | | AUCTIONEERS,. I STOCK, STATION. VOUVAKDING, ^nauranct £? (Srnrral Coiiim 'ssloii Apcnts, p.OUBKg, Grovcf Aonrra— I'itt, S'm ,(? Ltd., Harrison, Jntjc k D.nlin, Ltd., fJnlda hrriugh, Mort A (.'«»?, Ltd., Mniifan Una.. HiIl,CIarlcp k Co., end Wilkininu audi Irtverider. j AFiiJ.JiocuNK Agks*ts~ K. T.-cncli'.ird & Cn,t J. M, P^ck & Won, ivear«nr», H^we, ...
FOREIGN COMPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
FOREIGN COMPLICATIONS. Is such a bliatoring visitation an tlint tbrougU \?liich vro aro now pueoing it ia difficult to give any nttoution to mattore Tvliich aro tranRpiring outaido tho colony. In tho acuto phoso which tho foreign politica of tho mother country hare lately BBaumoJ, recent events howovor are of sufficient irn portnnco to domand eomo notico. First and foremost is tho gratifying change ot puulio ieeiing in America. Tho party of good aonse, which ronliood how teiriblo would ho a war with England, and how utterly inadequate vraH tho issue on which it was oudea vored :o stir -.up a hostilo feeling, though thoy wcro at first siloncod by tho war party, appear now to bo able not only to hold their own hut to find acccptarco for thoir poacoful couuselfl. Senator Wai.cott, who rnceutly pro tested it his placo in Conijrc^ against thtf jingo fooling whicn hnd been shown, and which no doubt had been stimulated for thoir on n purposes by a certun soction of politicians, was enthusi...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
LOCAL' AND GENERAL. Me Wallace Wsntrsn, inspector of Con ditional Purchased, wbcLhas ' itioned in Wilrnnnla for the ls«rtffo yrat?|'*nd. has been absent from tho district lately through a soTere illncs*, has been temporarily remored to tho Tamwortb and Moreo Land District!. Mr 'VVobster prooeeds to Narrabri to superin tend tho crcction of ft ncttsd barrier fenco 1 from Norrabri tq Mungundi. The fence is being erected by the Now South Wales ! Government, tho Queensland OoTernmont paying n portion of tho cost. Tnn Rer. Father O'Shea, from Deniliqain, has besn appointed to succeed th^ late Rev. Father Datern nt Wilcannia. A connssrostiZHT writes from Cobham under dato 25th Inst., as follows : — 'For threovreok* past tho thermometer has been from 113 to 120 in tho nhade. It has evert recorded tOS. at nino o* clock nt night. YenteT dny we experienced tho worst dustitorm wo havo had for years : it -}\iUe altered the formation of tho sandhills. The thermometer dropped to 75 this morning, a...
Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
pblpplng flOWf. ' Florence Annie ? rrivtd from p.A. jruUrdty, and tali »;*ia up«trftam lwt pighu , '*? v Menlndi*.— rEmm* I«ft upUrcam nn Mon day. Exc«l*5or left dowsutream on 8uod»y. Jfltnnum arrived uutlrcAtu on Mq tidfir. T _ Pooncari*,— r Etmly J«n«, Sbiinoo'n .and Victon^*]«rt upstream on Jfytnrday, Lizzie Wfl pp%trt»u» on Monday. Tunc*** Itoyal laft dotyqatreain reBtor ^y. W«nltrortb»— Monjndie »rrjrM from the parting qri Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
ESTATE LATE AUGOSTE IYSSENBACH. rpHE EXECUTOR in the above Estate having secured the X services of Mr Carl Olsen, late of Forbes and Sydney, - who is a firstclasH Watchmaker, and who conies here with splendid . ? credentials, begs to in z-^2bs. f°rin the general public '^vfchat the business will be |||||||}j //carried on as heretofore, : ^gj^iii^lnists to r^civeat fair , shaie of support. ?? The Stock has been carefully re valued, and to meet the times, a considerable reduction has beenjapde all round, i * E. O'DONNELjL, Sole Executor, j&. 'V57* 03a«3.ei37±ail 3MC©dttcs-iM.3. For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as 'Wind cud Pain in the Stcmacb, Sick Headache, GiJ.liness, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Di^in^s and Drowsiness, Cold | Chills, Flushing? of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shcrtnc53 of Breath, Costivcne&s B'ctche* on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Senwtion», &?. Tiie first Dose will give belief in* twknty ...
LIVE STOCK, &c. ADELAIDE, Jan. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
LIVE STOCK, &c. I * * AdelaIdk. .Tan. 23. £ldor, Smith & Co., Ltd., report:— Cattla ?—320 carpa'to band thi* wook, of which 4*24 wcro from the north of this colony, 37 from thsaooth.fMt, and 359 from looul *ourccs. Tbft greater number to hand were only in medium to oicfal condition}' with * limited proportion prime. Sale* lacked animation, and prices waro lower for all cIumm, about *100 head boing held over. Prime bullocks, £6 to £7 10a;. good. M to IS;, other* lower. Primo oowt, £3 lOi to £4 10s ; good, £3. Wa jiold 267 cattle. Sh«ep.~ 14,036 formed another heavy aapplr, consisting largely of sheep ia uwful tojHira* condition. Follow ing fast week's exco-uWo yarding, Ihi* num ber proved altogether beyond rrqnireraonts, and -rith a rathor-UmiUd demand, cilca word extremely difficult to effect at a farther re duction in rallies. About 0025 remained un sold after grft2itni had reliercd the yards of 1678. Prime wethers 6* to 7s (a few higher) ; good 4s Gd to 6s ; others...
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
. Tho Blvcrs. ^be following shows tha height# of tho fivew aboro summer lovel at tho uadcrmea- I Jioned pUcca nt 9 a.m. j-e^tcnlar:— T3ta BAtUHO. JInagiuidi .»..«? ? ? 3ft lOinfalHng CoUarcnabri ? ? ? ? 31t 3ln foiling MogU Mop) ? ? I®tr W&lgott— rBarwon ? 8ft Oin falling Do. Harnoi ? ? ? 6ft. Gin fulling Goodoojfa. . . i ? ? ? lo?;. *' ?, Bttrwamns . ..... ? ? Wt 2iq 'falling Boorko ? 4ft Oio rising Louth ? ? *ft 3 in rising Tilpa ? 'Oin falling 'Wuc&nniA ? ? 7ft6Jin falling Menindlo ? I0ft#ia falling Pooacari® ? !OftAJIn»latoy 'Wontwortli ? ? 4ft Xia rising TUB jnTBWT. Albory ? ? *ow. . P«hue»2 ? 2ft 6in n«ng tW-Uill ? 2ft Oii» ruing . pUftoa ? 6ft Oin failing
SHIPPING CASUALTIES. BRISBANE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
SHIPPING CASUALTIES. ? imiSDANE. Montut. Tho stonmcrGlanworth, bound from Rockhnmpton to ChuMmm, ran nshorn near Gladstone at midnight on Satur day, nnd is exported to become n total wreck. The pnssougoTa nnd crew wcio eared. The disnator happened in film weather, tho oca being smnoth. Tho vcsboI nuddonly sheered oul of tho channel, nnd bumped heavily on the rookn. The stonmer Qlnnworth ia now « total wreck, boing Cft undor witter. SVII.'.-F.T, TcnaDJtY. A firo broko out in tho store-room of tho bnrquo Gangee.i, but tho .flumes woro aubdued befovo much dnrnago wan done. ' ? Tho steamer AVoollumbi, from CoiT a Harbour, went nflhi-rc near NowcAfitlo this morning. The passengers .. woro landed Bafely, tho crow standing by tho vessel. Tho woather waa fino at tho timo.