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STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. Mr J. B. North (member Sydney Stock Exchange) wired tut a copv of tho Exchange uncial quotations last night as follows Broken Hillef.b,tiyqi? Gl«, seller 62-. Block T^np, buy-r 76s, aeller 77*. I Block Fourteen#. buyer Ms, Heller 29s 9d. ! North Central*, buyer Ia 3d, poller 2s 4d, sales 2r3}d, 2s lid,' 'irf £d. ? Junctions, buyer .OOh, fellers 51s. Junction Norths, buyer 13d 0d, seller Us IJd, sale* 13- lOJd, lid, 14x3d. Souths, buyer 165 9d, seller 176 6d, Bakers Crcsk, buyers 13a 9J, sellers loo.
CRICKET. Victoria v. New South Wales. SIDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 January 1896
CRICKET. Victoria v. Now South Walos. | SYDNEY. Tuesdat. Tho soeond match botwonn tenuis re presenting Victoria and South Walos was comtnoncud ot Sjduoy Crickol Ground on Saturday. Tho N.S W. team oponed tho ba ting, and had ono wicket down for 32 \\hen juin stoppod further plnj*. Tho watch wns returned vector d*y, when tho weather was beautifully fine, and n largu crowd of epoctatora wero I presont. Tho Kow South Wolshmcn j continued thvir innings, nnd woro all I disposed of for tho comparatively small : Uioro of 187. Tho Victmians commenced I tUiic first inniugs, und at call of timo | hid ono wicket down for 01, C. McLo- d j biing uot out 28 and H Trott not out 40. j To day tho VictoriaDB curried thoir score I to 319 boforo tho lost wickot fell, C. Mclieod making 100 by earoful play. Tho Not South Wulahtnon in thoir eccond innings bad 22 to their crcdit ? -without tho lof«j ef a wickot whou play coased for tho day. Th* match will bo resumed to morrow. Following aro tho iudiridual ...
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HIM, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS. nsv TELEonArn.1 ? BROKEN HILL. Thuc'dxt. ' A littlo boy 5 yoars of ago, nninod Nicholas- 'Warren, was run ovor on tho Silverton tramway yesterday after noon, his leg being out off. ito and. some other boys woro riding in tho trucks, and young AVarren fell out on to the lino. The litllo sufferer is still aliro, and iu in tho har.pital. Tho weather is gutting warmor. ji.n castony winu is wowing lo-Uav, with tho tomporuturn nt 9.'i. : A man numed James Kelly was eent to gaol for two months to-day without tho option for assaulting a non-unionist. Aldermen Stranhsn and Burley linvo been re-elected uuop]ifisoil for Wills and King Wards respectively. Thoro FniDAY. Tho vital stntisties for last year show that 877 births, 1 87 marriages, nnd 433 deaths wore registered at Brokon Hill. Of tho deaths, 229 woro tlioso of childron under 10 years of ago. Tho heavy mortality is attributed to tho lead fuinc3 and tiio hoat. Tho roturns compriso tho electoral districts of Alma, llmko...
BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY CO. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896
BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY CO. HELPOVT5K1'., TncnsDAT. Llir 21ft haii-yriiilv iliectiag of tho Iln.kiTi Hill Proprietary . Company was held to-day. Tho net profits of tho company fi.r tho past haU-voiir amouuted to £'21)2,1 S2, of which £288,000 was diotabute'3 liinong tho ohareholders. Tho bslaiico wns carried to. tho profit and -loss account, which ' now stands at' £(i6I,358, ' The direc tors expondod £22,000 in extingliisli ing the fire which occurred in the niiiin. About 3000 t'jns of lend -vera - sold to.Chiua, and thoro i3 a prolmlii liTy of tho ainouut increasing, Tho 104th dividend of Is per 6havo will bo payable on February 19. ,Tlio report aud -.balanco;sheot woro adopted. An extraordinary meeting was afterwards held, at which, tho article limiting tho powors: of tlio Hoard'iu purchasing laud to £2000 was altered to £25,00Q.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896
LOCAL ANl) GENERAL. Fob some time paat, tho composing room of this offioo has becu uscd-on printing nights aa a sort of freo public reading room. Wo regret to say this pririlogo has been much abused lately, and in con*cqucnce, wo have boon reluctantly compelled to pRfJo a notice on tho door to the offect th.it no odo will b* admitted in future excq»t on basinexs. IvAWPAtt.— Tho following rains hare been reported at tho local Telegraph Offico since our lost- ; issue t— 27th : .Inveroll 68 poiuti, Yetman 10, Mungundi 20, Collaronabri 12, Gobdooga 35. 20th: Itivcroll 165, Yetinan 140, Boggabilla 10, irungandi 0, Mogtl 28. 30th: Boggabilla 40, Vetmau 11. 31st: Boggabilla 68. Five shoop.which vcro sabtnitted for the gueuing competition at the Southland (Now Zealand) show, brod by Mr Roid, of Monto CbriKto, are reported in the Weekly Press as averaging within a fraction of 14Slb. each. They wero out of ordinary crojsbrcd ewes by Shropshire Down ram*, and tho weight of tho carcaaes and qua...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896
THE WEATHER. Tho troather has bocn fairly rool since tho chango flotlu la^t Friday night, although yes terday tho sun secnod to by again assert ing it&clf, and appear*! to l-« working up for anothor climax. Wo append the record of the official shade temperature for January, also tho temperaturo taken under Mr Milling ton's verandah for the month. It will be scon tho latter record in in cvory instance from 3 to A detrreen hlcrhnr than th« aIRaUI record. OFHOUL UILUNGTOJf'O Jan. 1 100 dez... 103 dez. 2 ... 03 ... 96 3 ... 93 102 4 ' ... 102 105 5 ... 113 ... lie Q . 115 ... UD 7 ... Ill ... 118 8 ... 110 1W 3 ... 112 ... 115 10 ... 100 .. 112 11 -.... 108 ... 110 12 ... 110,5 ... 114 13 ... 115 ... 118 14 ... . M ... 101 15 ... 103.8 ... 107 10 ... 113.5 ... Hfl 17 ... lit ... U5 18 ' 103 ... 100 19 ... K- ... 102 20 ... 115 ... us .SWTi:.;. 110.5 ... 118 23 ... 114 ... U0 23 120.5 ... J23 24 ... 116 ... U9 . .25 .... 89 ... 9| ? 28 89-5 ... 93 . 27 100 ... 103 2g ... 90 ... l...
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) January 2G.— -Opal mining bus been quist during the week, principally owiojr to the foarful weather. Lo*t week has boon a record one in tho inattor of heat, a« high as 125 being regis tored in tho shade in tho daytime, and 110 on one occasion in tho raiddJo of tho night. Fortunately very few doathb havo occurred, i.ie wo.nen una children. A welcome change occurred on Friday evening, accompanied by u light sprinkling rnin, and eino« thon the weather has been pleaeant. Tho rabbita havo perished (a thousands, which has been ouo good ctfcct of the heat; bat utiltsi rain falls at an early date, it will ben very bad time for Ktock of all kinds, thoro being scarcely a particle uf feed about. A child o t Mr Win. McCully'a oiod ou Fri Z ra°rI'»no through the cxces.sivo heat. The White Cliffy Rauing Ciub h'ld their annual meeting for tho receipt o: ft.;«»;«:ial statement, secietsiy's report and tho election or a committer for tho earning year, i Th...