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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

THE POST OFFICE. J Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Sdniuys Excepted.) For tbe traneaotion of businenB, receipt and deliveries of regittorod lottern, salo of stamps, and ordinary deliveries of correspondence, in addition to the morn* ing and afternoon doliveries by letter* carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday exceptol, wbon no afternoon deltvory is made,) in tho case of iato arrival of mrl!-, 30 minutes delivery will be givoo , up to 8 p.m., after wbich hour no further 1 postal business will bo dono, although orgeat caws of applications for letters may bo attended to at tho inside or 'Monoy Order' windov. provided such does not interfere with tho telegraphic businosa up to 10 p.m. Sunday. A. dolivery of ono hour of ordinary correspondence is given, yir -9.30 to 10 a.m.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

THE MAILS. ARRIVALS Stoday: I from Melbourne, Rchuca, Booligal Iranhoe and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Melboaroo, Adelaide, Broken Hill' and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wentwotlh & Monindie, 0 a.m. Moxday. From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 0,30 a.m. From Qurcnsland, Tiboohurra Mil p&rinkn, Yandsrlo, and White 12.n0 p.m. Prom Bourke Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. From Queensland 'Wanaaring and Paroo, ! Tuesday. I No mailt. \v HDNfcSDAT. From Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 0 a.m. From Went worth & Monindie, 9 a.m. Tituksday. From Sydney. Melbourne, Cobar, and | ' abroad, 0 30 o.ra. Prom Queensland, Tiboohurra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Gnalta, Netallitt, and Cnparlo, 12.30. p.m. FafDAV. From Sydney, Melbourno, Bourko, Louth ana Tilpa, 5 p.m. Satubday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cob^r and abroad, 6,30 a.m. DEPARTURES Monday. For Menindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourno, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay sod Ko...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

Yankoo Doodlo U puro blended Virginian, Cxa.BKa'0 Woiii.D»PAirBD Blood Mix TUBBy— ' 'The moat aearohing Blood Cleanser that science and medical skill has brought to light.' Sufferers from Scrofola, Scurvy, Eczema, liad Legs, Skin arid .Blood Diee&ios, Pimplea and Soros of any kind aro ^oii jited to give it & trial to test its value, Thousands of wonderful euros bave boon effected by it. Bottles, 2b Od each, sold orory where. Bewaro of worthies* imitations aud 5ub- etitotos, ONK BOX OP ClAHKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to euro all dis* charges from tbo Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains in tbe btck.' Ouaranr teed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors; Sole Proprietors, tbe Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Co., pncoloi England. Soat Etes t ! Beyond doubt * Mobbis'b IuprBTAL Kt£ OWTMX-ST is still the safect, speediest and beat remedy in existence. For pror fifty years it baa w...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

BREVITIES. Tho Premirr is in no hurry t? call Purlin mciit together. Thonow 'Votes for Parks' donotincludo anything for Sir Henrv. We havq,a Labor Party in Parliament nnd a labor parting in tho country. S.3T. HeraUl head-lines: 'A Pleasant Chango,' ' Moro Deaths Ro^wrted.' Mr Iveid intends leaving tho fiscal question severely alono till the next olcction. Sydnoy and Melbourno arc equally anxiona to bo tho cnpltal undsr federation. Mr MoMillun says he is an Irishmnn and a Homo llulcr ' on prmciplo. ? Thero is a great call for Clement Wrnggo to come along and kindly predict an early deluge. In bankruptcy circles in Melbourno a pound Is known as ' n slot'— .'a penny in tho slot.' That's tho usual dividend. The doctors warn peoplo not to drink alcohol during hot weather. Troubles do not como singly. With Want, Windeyor, and Salomons out uf thu country, intercut in tho Dean case is uxhuuntcd for tho prosent. Tho Civil Sorvico Board huve receivod instructions to carry out u drastio system...

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BROKEN HILL RACES. BROKEN HILL, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

BROKEN HILL RACES. BROKEN HILL, Tuuhsoat. I The Jockcy Club's Summer Meotiug was I concluded yesterday, tho attendance bciag j smaller than on the first day. Notn-ingle close finish was witnessed,, during, tho day.* Results were as follow : — Lightning Handicap, ~Rojccted, 1 ; Re cluse, 2; Sweep, 3. Brady, the rider of Recluko, hung baek and did not pveas his mount till the fininh. ilo was brought beforo tho stewards and disqualified for six montus ivejf-etca won in a earner. Second Hurdles.— -Bubblo, 1 ; Count, 2. Only these two started. Hugo owns both hordes, and backed Count to win. Broken Hill flundicap. — St. Swithin. 1 ; 0»fri«?, 2; Taluula, 3. Betting: Evens Warrcgo, 2 to I v. St. Swithin. Town Plate. — Eaglehnwk, 1 ; Bubble, 2 ; Taloula, 3. Botting: Evens Taloula, 6 to 1 v. Eaglehawk. Forced Handicap. — Wullnco, 1 ; Coorio, 2 ; Warrego, 3. ? . Befoiui ths German Emporor passes qnije out of our circle of interest for a timo it will be apropos to tho commotion he has made duri...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

SPOKTING- JT3WS. Rating in Sidney is going from bad to I Wet days and holidays aro generally ; '* nmggy ' days for punters at Randwick. j Carnago'n fir-tt season's Hat iti England is, full. 20 tnarea at 60 guineas each. | Monastery has gono to India, and rnmor eaya that Mnheo will bo on that way hhortly. Two of tho boflt baokod horses in tho Challenge Stakes wero seratchcd on the courso. Bookmakers in Now Zealand nro being dis qualified for laying totalisator odds. Thero is eorno talk of starting an opposition League of Wheelmen in N.S.W. Rather & good idea. Tbe N.S.W. chumpion pony Bnllerana was absurdly weighted ut 8.6 in tho Newmarket Handicap, Tho N.S.W. v. Victoria intercolonial match drow a largo number of old crioket identities together from all parts of tho continent. llor»os which a week or two back could not Win nflliiii; races at suburban courses won events at Randwick with tho gretUe&t of ease. Amiable was mndo favorite for tho Chall engo Stakes. Punters ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

THE DOG, THE MAN. AND THE I MEAT. I A fSntSD of mipo aod I troro walking together the other d*y ; a dog datbed paat tta after (ornithine he aaw on the pavement. It was a hig piece of moat. Ho pounced oft it and swallowed U in ftvoteeondf. My companion looked 'nl~ the dog with envions admiration. ' My Jmobl* friend,' b» said. u I'll c?r# yon £5(000 tor yoar appetite and yoar digestion. 3ou ar* not afraid to ojt; X am,' Bat tbo dncj L*new what bappioeos ia medo of. Ho declined tho otter *nn trotted e«riy. it la astonishing \\nrr ra*nj different people a«e this oxpro*Ainn. 'lira'; 0t'li?aa*' afra'd to Ae the writer! pent these linos tiro lot tar* lie en thf table before him, every ono of them eon. taintng it. Yot tho pcrxon* who wroto tbe letters aro not known to on-* another. There was, therefore, no asjreeni'nt among tbera. Why should there be, ?Too if thoy to ere acquainted ? No, there is nothing in if to woudor nt. They veDtthrough the «aroe otp-r^n.'*. and orpre:i it in tbe most n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

Wllcannla Pastoral, Agrrloultm'al and Horticultural Society. fpENDEUS aro inviied closinc with ? I. tho Secretary on 15th February for tbe creetion of 52 chains WIRE and j NETTED FENCING round tho S-*ow Rosorvo. Tenderer to supply material and labor. Tenders are also invitod cloiinq at game timo for tho Erection of tho Fcuco, Labor Only, Society finding matoial. All particulars on application to the Secretary, Rt-id-strccl, on and after -lib February. Tbo highest or any tender not neces sarily accepted, D. A. McEaCHARN, Secretary. Perry Saw Mills. Notioc lo the Public. WE the undersigned deliver 9 to 12 inch wood at 16* por ton. ' * ? Longer lengths at reasonable rates* ? To Carriers nod Oorters.— Tcn.lors called for 100- TonV }Joi ' Wood— 'lft longths, 3 to 10 ineli. 'Tenders closo not later than Tueadoy nex*.. HUIE, GASCOKINE & DEATH, Govoftiment Advertisements. Eleotoral OfBc-», Wilrannta, 31st January, 1896, I HEREBY giro public notice that a' Supplementary .Lifct of psi...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR PERA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR PERA. Thn question of utilising the forco of artesian flows for ger.ernting elertiic lij(bt andforoth^r induftnsl purposes, is not « now nno, tho Americana driving all vurU of machinery by »ucb mcatis.^ Ita first in?rr-. 1 duction into tho Bourke distriot, and we bi-- | liovo in this colony, is about to bo witnessed. ; in tho shapo of aa interesting experiment nt ! the Tera bore settlement. Mr Boultl.ee. tho : enorgetic Superintendent of Public Watering ! Plaoea, baa submitted a proposal to Mr Sydnoy Smith, and obtained bieasssntther? t®, for tho installation of thooleotrio light et the eettlament, the machinery to be opernt&d by aPolton whoel drivon by tho boro water. Tho light will bo installed in tho Govern ment buildings 4o be erected, aud will ba available for such of tho settlera as care to §tho small cbargo noccasary to recoup tha artment the cost of supplying them. This bo but slight, aa tho conneating wires can bo taken along the tressols carrying...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, ? KIDNEY TROUBLES. BACKACHE. ACHING LIMBS, nr LIVEU COMPLAINT? If so, eafo remedies aro within your resell at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS -TONIC nnd FLETCHER'S !PILLS havo never yet failed* to euro the worst cases. General debility, norvonsnecs, woaknoss- and general compluinta o* tho digestive and nervous ' systems are promptly cured hy thsao reliahio remedies. They aro prepared by scientific processes, and are not ntorely mcchanical mixtures mado only to 'pulf the public.' Tbo renown CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS havo won in-Auati^lia is proof of the fret that they htandpreoininent fortheir spccial classes of diseases. No remedies ever sold gavo such entire eivtinfaeti6n to their' patrons, and ovider.ee is forthcoming . from evory city,, towo, village to prove their virtues. No doubt Cap now exist -a* to thoir value, but purchasers must bo- careful to get tho geuuino articles as, many unscrupulous ; traders will attempt to pftlm o...

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THE CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

THE CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA. With Federation within measurable dlrtanr^ the pohtidnrn aro now preparing to urgn Uieir Id&ii K.H*to the alto of thu capital of tbo coming commonwealth. The struggle will resblvo itself intoa dael betwocn' N.S.W. and Vic* totia. None of tbe other cdlouiea will put in .Hoy Vigorous oluim for conitiderution. Sydney 'wnsideM'itii claiins paramount for the pride of placed /aud ox-morvolluus Melbourno Ih. hungry for the - pit-Atigo. If either city bo seleoted for tbo distinction, tho balnuco 01 Aupport will certainly bo given to Sydney. Sydrioy i? the oldest cityof tho continent ;? ifc i* the metropolis of .the 'mother colony; tho *picturct«|ueucnapf Habituation is unexampled. Nature confernnl u hmgnifieent harbor and plainly marked it for the first city of the con tinent. Melbourne ia certainly n splendidly laid out nity, but it in no wino compares with Sydney. It ia essentially a city ot 5purUue« oungniwth. Whatever its future prosperity may be it cai...

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A SENSATIONAL PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

A SENSATIONAL PASSAGE. Tho Vancouver mail stoamor Miowora arrived in Sydnoy ono day last wook, being sovoral days bohind contract timo owing to dotontion causod by tho vc-ssel attouiptin^ to tow tho disublod fltontntir Strathnovis to Sun Francisco. Tho Miowora wan only two days out, and was juntofl Capo Flattery whou alio hi^hted tho Strathnovis flvins diatrcbs siirnals. and a»kiii(; for Qssistauco. Sho hnd then | on board i Go ChineGO passon^ers aud a crow of 3D, and hud boon drifting; ubout for 50 days in tho Pacific Ocoun with bor propullor lonC aud hor shaft broken, httving loft Victoria, Britinh Columbia, for Yokohama on tho 13tb Ootobor. Tho pro\*imou8 hud run out, and tho crow and puesen^era hud beon compollcd to tronch upon tho cargo of flour und tinned moat, which tho vofisol fortunatoly happoncd to bo currying. Upon tho Mioweru huilinp tho Strulhnovi*, an appcul wuh nmdo to Cuptuin Stott to tuko tho disabled ship in tow, as those on board fcarod that thuy would gradually d...

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STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. Mr D. A.' MrEncharn, Stock and Share- j broker, reports tbo. market in Mclbourno 00 Friday night, as follow* Proprietary, CSs 6d, C4s. Block T6n,7fi«. Jiinctii»nf, 57a. . ' ' Junotion Nortbfl. 18s 3d. Korth Broken Hills, £a 3d. Brokon IIU1 Water Supply, 13s lOd, Ha. Silvorton Tranv, 03h. Mclbourno Trnmi, 12s Od. ? Tarrawinceo Fluri huyer lis 6d. North Duk^. aeljor, 8d. ' 'Mount Lvell, 80-. Madam Berry Extended, -3*, 40s Ch»lk«. freehnfd JJOs, 27s. Groat South Loog Tunnell, 17s Gd, 18«. Market bettor idl round; ?

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A LONDON WOOL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

A LONDON WOOL SALE, Tho special commissioner of tho Sydney Mnil thus describe* tho »cene at a London wool auction T!io sight of hundreds of sturdy, big brokers jumping from their soats like «o many Jack-in-tho-boxcs, each jump beitig accompanied by a yell, is notdovold of Gratification to the - .onlookers. ' Yow,M ' Wow Wow,*' 'a Half,'. ?? Ton, ton, ten ' aro the elates of expressions heard. Tho i»nlv unoxcited ono of tlio Dnrtv is the auctioneer. He never raises Ins voico. ubovo its ordinary spunking range, but ho han to l-e eharp of eyo to pick out which was tho firtt bidder. AU wool which brings up to Sd per lb. is ontltlcd to furthing ri'e.s, but wool of biirhcr valaes than 8d p^r lb is sold at half penny bids. Why this 1* eo is not euBily ex plained.1 An outsider might suggest that in tho cose.of tho high-prieeil wooUthcroshotild bo less stiffness of rule, und probably that a £d or ^d bid would bo moro to tbo advantage of tho producers, but tho Londo« wool trader would riot li...

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Wool Market. MELBOURNE, JAN. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

Wool Market. MELBOURNE, Jam. 28. The Anatralaaiim Sfortgago aud Agency Cp. report: — We offered tj-duy 730 balc« Md eold 714. Competition wan very brisk, asd tho market steady at bo*t prices pre viously obtained. Clear Springs greasy sold at 8d, Welagang 8Jd,B.W ,S. Monbulla S Jd, $ogamildi ejd, Sandy Creek, S^d. Prices were very firm for poourcd — Bryant's Red Hat sold to 12^d, Hount Wood to 14d, Iulliary to 13d.

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The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

Tho Rlvors. Tbo following ehowo tho heights of the rivers above stunraor level at tho uademwn |loned placos at 0 a.m. yesterday : — TUX DAHLDIO. Hongondi ? 3ft 3in rising OoUarcnabri ? 2ft lOin falling. Mogil Mogil ? low ^yalgott— ^arwon ...... 7ft Gin falling Do. Naxnoi ? 6ft 3in falling fioodooga ? low Browomna ? low Bourko ? ? ... 3ft lin falling Loath ? 4 ft Sin atatoy Tilpa ? 5ft 9in rising Wilcannia ? ? ? Oft 7in falling If enindio ? 9f t 5in falling Pooncario ? 10ft C-Jin statny Wentworth ? ? ? 4ft Qio falling TnairoaaAY. JUbury ? low £obu«a' ? I ft 6in statny Swan Hill ? 1ft 3in rising Boston ? ? ? 0ft lio falling

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CRICKET. The Team for England. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

CRICKET. Tho Team for England. ' SYDNEY'. TiiLiuDiY. Tho following players, have bo?n sclectcd as tho tanm'to visit England : — J. Darling, G; Gilfen, E. Jones, 0. J. Eady, H.' -Tr'uuililo, ' II. Trott, A. Johns, IL Graham, J^Hnrry, T.R. MoICibbin, i\ A. Iredalo, H. Donnnn, and S. E. Grogor)'. . . : - * tr ? ' Fa: dat. DiauiTeclion- in regard to tho coin n«o!f5.»..V 4\t Mia ' A nufVnliaii f A - visit Euglftnd is growing .apa'cc, and tho gonoral -opinion seems to bo that tho Australian Oriekot 'Council'' will re for tho report back .to the selectors, for reconsidoratiou, which; will moan picking a now team. *-/' -- ? ? '*'? Many local cricket exports strongly urgo tho Cricket Council not to'ratify tho selection committed^.choico, Tho London iS/wr/omn coudomns tho composition of tho toam. - j

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Storm in Queensland. GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. SEVERAL PLACES UNDER WATER. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

Storm in Queensland. I GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PRO .PERTY. SEVERAL PLACES UNDER ! WATER. BHISBANE. TntriunAT. A torrific storm ol wiud nud ruin occurrod iu tho north of this colony at tho beginning of tho week, jmrtiuu. 1 lara of which havo juat boon roceived. i Among othor cffccta of tho storm aru J tho wrocks of 12 6inall voaaols. Tho j Adolaido Steamship Company's ofUco I ut TowuBvillo is uudor water, and ! houses aro unroofed iu nil directions. I Tho towns of Mackay, Bowon, und Townsvillo aro completely iaoluted. Tho lighthouses nt Townsvillo havo boon washed away. It is rumored that 15 lives havo boon lost. Tho Northorn Railway lino has boou de stroyed in aoverul places. Ross Island ia uudor wator. A number of bridges havo collapsod, nnd tho low«lovel railway bridges nro 20ft under wator, aevoring all connection betweonTowns villo and Chartoru Towore. Furthor particulars stato that tho stoamor Alexandria is cast high aud dry on tho rocks at Townsvillo, and tho btoamcr Leura, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

FOR TflE SICK-ROOM. Woltc.n Rchnappu i- llio nnd moat pHectite among DtimulnnU; is »vb.-nlyk-ly a salutary and f alatixblo «5orrecti*«!

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The Intercolonial Match. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 1 February 1896

The Intercolonial Ulatch. SYDNEY, Wkonesdat. Tho intercolonial, cricket mntch, | Victoria v. Now Sfouth Wales, was j resumed to-day at tho Syduoy Cricket I Ground.. Tho weather was fine, and j thero was a fairly large attendance of spectators. With 22 ou tho board and no wickets down, Donnon nnd Mackenzie resumed tho second inuings o£ tho New South Welshmen, who retainod possession of tho wickots all day. At tho closo of tho day's play tho score stood at S07 for tho loss of nino wickets, Walters and McKibbin being sot out wi:h 45 and 5 to thoir credit reepectivoly. TltUKflDXT. Tho intercolonial cricket match was coneludod to-day. McKibbin nnd Walter* carricd tho Now South Wales score to 3135 beforo McKibbin lost his wickot, and this coneludod tho innings. Tho Victorians required to got 204 runs to win tho match, which thoy succeeded in doing with tho loss of six wickols. Victoria thus won by four wickets. This makes a win for each colony this season, the match played in Molhourno ha...

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