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THE WEATHER. A BENEFICIAL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
THE WEATHER. A BENEFICIAL RAINFALL. j It is our pleasing duty to be able to record a splondid fall of rain through tho district rinre our last issnn. Locally, 78 points were registered up to 9 a.m. on Monday, and 97 points for tho 24 ? hours .preceding 0 a.m.1 yesterday, making a total of exactly an inch and three-quarters. One shower on Mon day afternoon lasting only 16 minutes, was j productive of half-nn-inch ; thin had the effect of rnaking the gutters mn stron-ly, 1 flooding all the low lands, and filling nil I Jaaks to overflowing. Tbo resident* should now havo moro than enough wnter for domesticpurposea, to put them through tho rest of iho aummor. Tho coaches aro all arriving lato, owing to tho heavy rain on tho different tracks. The Cobar coach dno nt 6.30. a.m. on Monday, did not put in an ap- 1 poaranco until 5 a.m, yesterday. The Monnt I Browno coach duo nt 12.30 on Monday ! arrived at 9 o.m. yesterday, and the Bonrko coach duo at 5 p.m. on Monday had not arrivod when we ...
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS Sunday. Frora Melbourno, Echaca, Booligal Irnnlioo and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Melbourno, Adolaido, Broken Hill' and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wontworth & Monindie, 9 a.m. Monday. From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 6,30 a.m. From Queensland, Tibooburra Mil parinko, Yandarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Bourko Louth nnd Tilpa, 5 p.m. From Queensland Wanaaring and Paroo, G a.m. Tuesday. No mails. Wednesday. From Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Weutworth &Mcnindic,9 a.m. Thursday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Queensland, Tibooburra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and White Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Gnaltn, Netnllio, nnd Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. Fhiday. From Sydney, Melbourno, Bourko, Loutb and Tilpa, 5 p.m. Satubdat. From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 a.m. DEPARTURES Monday. For Mcnindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourno, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay and Eohuca, 1.30 ...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, 19TH INSTANT. Before Messrs E. o'Donnell and W. F. Stanbury, Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, IOtji Instant. Beforo Messrs E. O'Ponnoll and W. F. Stanbury, Js.P,) Johu O'Connell v. Hetlloy Sprigg. — Goods Fold and delivered £3 9s. Verdict for amount claimed nnd costs 3a. Goo. Doiuldnon v. Robort Martin.— Oishonored promif-sory notes, £21 2s 2-L Verdict for uinouut claimod and costs 3s. ; Geo. Donaldvm v. Chas. E. Brown. Pi^honorod nrociissorv noto. £13 fi a , Verdict for amount claimed and costs 3s. John Tomlinaon r. II. W, Tims. — Board nnd lod^ring £8 lb'n Vordicfi for amount cl'aimcd. and co«.u3s. John O'Connell v. Jas. Elfonbein. — Goods sold. i)7 4a Gd. Verdict for j amount claimed, and costs 'm. ! Etono and Corney W, R. H. Topo oods sold and dofivored, £28 Ca (*d. Verdict for ului.trird, nod o/vsts iw. Frod. Weattnoro v. Frank Olivor.— Goods sold, £2 Is Cd. Verdict for amount claimed, ar-d costs us. Dr. Atkins v. C. F. Joncg — Modical attondauco, £8 83. Mr Juliau, who ap peared for defendant, informed the Bench that h;.s client had filotl hia...
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Sundays Excepted.) For the transaction of business, reccipt and deliveries of rcgistored lottors, salo of stamps, and ordinary deliveries of corrcspoudenco, in addition to the morn* ing nnd aftornoon deliveries by letter* carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday | oxceptoi, whon no aftornoon delivery is | mndo.l In the case of lato arrival of mails, 30 minutes dehvory will bo givon up to 8 p.m., after which hour no further postal business will bo done, although urgoot casos of applications for letters may bo attended to at tbo ineido or 'Monoy Order' windov, providod such doos not intorfero with the tclographio businoss np to 10 p.m. Sunday. A dolivery of ono hour of ordiuary correspondence is given, vis— 9.30 lo 10 a.m.
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS. TBy TcLEaiurn.T BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. Only -7 points of ram foil hero 6inco Saturday. It is fine again to-day. Tho fall was hoavior in the back country. Liudeay's Croek came down strong, mid tho reservoir got 50.000,000 gallons of wntnr into it. Tho creeks havo now stopped running Alderman Soutor was olccted Mayor nt last night's Council meeting by 8 votes to 4, Ala. Holdaworth boing tho only other candidato for tho ponition. Tho Muyornl njlowanco w;i* fixed nt £200 per annum, with no oxtr&t for ontcrtaining purposoa. Tho auditors' roport was sup. pressed. Tho criticisms of tho Council Clerk, and Mr Allison's roply thereto, wure received and tabled, but thoir con. siilftralion wng ndjoarued until Thursday. Jrr Josiah Thomas M,p. for Alma, 1 arrived horo to dny, '
THE HIRING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
IJIHLNO CONFERENCE. Tun ptqcQcdings of tha Minin|j Can ioxenoo yrhliSi hna beon sitting in Sydney will bo viewed with a good deal of interest throughout tho country. In all probability tho representations which fiavo beon umdo will influonco tho Ministor for Mines in propnring tho inensuro VhicU ho intonilB to submit to . Parliament next session, and ob tho righla of landholders and capitalists '.vill probalily be aCfocted ns well as those of tho minors tliemselvos, tho subjeat is ono which domnnds closo and rcaroful attontion. Tho inniatorj. it ii. toll known, iB in favor of tho resumption of rodiing ns well as alluvial areas 'whoro thoy can bo shown to oxist. Tho principle is of courso similar. It is detriinontol to tho publio intorosts that auriforous land shall romnin undovelopod, and in such cases tho extreme righta of indi vidual ownership must bo made to bond to the publio welfaro. Thoro is, howover, a groat deal of diSoronco botweon roofing and alluvial lands. In tho first p...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. EJECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. EJECTION OF MAYOR. A opccinl mooting of tho Municipal Council -wao hold at tho Council Chambers on Monday for tho putposoof oloctxngTt' Mayor for tho onsuiog voar, izi placo of Aldorraan D. N. Morrison, who retired by effluxion of timo, ? Thoro woro prcsont — Aldern\on Doaho, fironiko. Tutnpano, Byroo, Marriott, Potor and Burko. ^ .Ttiafc rrrinp to thobusincfiS commoncing, Aldorman Vnndonberg put in nn nppcar onco and asked if in thonhsonco of a full TOCoUoff, thoso proacnt intondod to go on with tho okction, otid on boing answered in tho afBrmatiro, roliied from tho moot ^lr Stanhury was votod to tho chair. It was decided to hold tho oloction with opoft doors. Aid Burko moved that tho voting bo by ballot. Aid. Marriott sccondod. Aid. Byrno movod at an amendment that tho voting bo by show of htindg. Aid. Doako Bocondod. Tho amendment wan carried. Aid. Burko movod that Aid. Marriott be elected Mayor. Ho had oeon u uiom bor cf tho Council for 9 yours : ho had workod...
"AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACE." (COPYRIGHT.) (The right of publishing this Novel on the Wilcannia District has been purchased by the Proprietors of the Western Grazier.) CHAPTER II. STONEHAM'S GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
''AN' AUSTRALIAN bush' track;' ' ([oorTnio»T.J BY J. D. HKJ^ESSEY, ; ^nlhor of 'The Dii-Honnrabln,' '\Tynnun J iwi.u .. - JVhito's Wicke*tnons,' &o. ' ' ' Cfbt rfofy of publithiw tbU Wovel in the f TFtYrannia Diltrict'ha * been purcKcutd' ly the JPropri-tors of the Western Grazier.) i -tt . . ? ? ciiAirrEii yr* BTONEUAif's OIBL9. | |t might be thought,' from the little feu than brutal way in wbiuh 8t«nob&m labitually 'trealed' bit family,' that bis wife 'and the' girls 'would hare' been iborottghly ' cowed and their spirits broken. But this was far from being The ease. 1 C«o i- socond nature, and as Borna put it they wore rery' tnoch' used to tbe ojd man's W«y;«. ' And tliey were certainly fery peculiar; x '' B^foro a man like Hartley, with whom he- had reasons for keeping on good terms', ho would be as smooth spoken to ibo' prh as though' ho Verb only a' bit Vtriot' in hie treatment of tbiim'. ' He \rould 'bfen 'tolerate, 6n r'aro oerasioni, Visitors of tbo: belter ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
RE§T0KEpT0HEAOT' by thjj use or AyerV Sarsaparilla $trs. IJ. jCurnmtng, of YDVrnTllle. ''Victoria', AtistmllA; §ayai 'About a year ago, 1 .Jmil a sovero attack ol Influenza, which left hio very weak, with out energy,' nppotlto, or Interest In life. Ob taining llltlo or no relief from doctors, or from tho many remedies recommended to nie, I finally tried Ayer*s Sarioparilla.tvnd from that time, 2 began to £nlu hcaltii and strength. 1 1 a y mm % -4] I continued tho treatment tttilll fully recov ered, aud now havo very great pleasure In telling my friends of the merits of Ayer's Sar saparilla, and the bai-]--' results of Its use. 1 consider it tho best bluod-imrlfler known.' %efefafeapa8iya Hns cured othors, will euro you. MadobyDr.J.O. ATor-ftCo.-Loirolt,Mu«.,U.8JL A Paradise for tho Tender-footed. ELLIS'S (REGISTERED) SIMPLE FOOT UEA.lt Self-measurement System For Ladies, Gentlemen aud Cijildrca', Scad a r ' ' '1 Twopenny Stamp 'J-y for ; WlreTspo /?'. Measure f) ' Q ~ cj ^ A Complet...
OPALS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
OPALS. to me lmrTOK or tub' western oitAzi&n. .Sir,— In connection w*!tb the opal. mining indnftry in Uiis colony and Queensland, Mr Edwiu W. Strocter states that iu^London, opals are coming ovor jiist now in consider able quantities, with the possible result of a dccline in prices, a contingency which those engaged in th« opal mimng industry would do well to bear in tniud. Of.coun-o there will nlwny* bo a good market for tho finer qualities, thcpriccHof theso having a tcnucucy to riso. Tho American jewellery trade In said to havo roccntly purchased opals to the valuo of £150,000 iu the English market, this boing cxcitiMve of purchases made by American vihitum returning to tho United State*. The diamond market has also to be studied with care, the supply from South Africa boing sufticivnt for all ordinary requirements. Mr Slrrutor entertains art opinion that tho pre judice against opal, now rapidly dying out, nrobo through a work writlon in Franc# about tiio thirteenth centu...
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) ; . February 9. — Mining operations havo been ' conducted komewliat more briskly during tho jnut week than for soma timo previous. Iliis is owing to tho cooler change in tho weather. No large hit* of opal are raen tioucd, but on some of tho blooksfairavcrago lotd aro being turned out. Block 1 has a considerable number of men working thereon. tnoetof whom are sinking to u depth of from 15ft to 20ft, aud somo nro obtaining fntr rosultfl. Tho owner* of Blocks I, 3 and 4 havo rawed iho pcretutago lor tiibutors sink ing moro than 15ft, und they are alt»o nssist iug men by providing explosives whore necessary. Thw is giving Iributors a chanoo und 1 venture toprcdict will iu tho end pay tho holders of the leases. There are ono or two other claims ou tho field where tbo samo conditions aro badly needed, if tho leaseholders expect men to try tho trround properly. Mc Schaumer, an opul buyer, is at present on tho field, nnd 1 bclicvo intends staying...
The Mining Conference. RESOLUTIONS MOVED BY THE WHITE CLIFFS DELEGATE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
The Mining Conl'crcncc. RESOLUTIONS MOVED- BY THE WHITE CLIFFS DELEGATE. SYDNEY. Tuimday. At tho Mining Cooforeaco this after noon, Mr W. J» Bounott (Whito Cliffs) movod—' That minor's rights nnd Tuino rul licousos shall carry with them tho right of using afl natural wator frco, or consorvod wator by paymont of tho usual r.ito charged by tho Govornmont, and that thov ahnll also carrv with thom tho right ot irco grnr.in^ of nccessary stock required for work, iiro bond boing con sidered a eudiciout uumbor.' Tho reso lution was CJirriod. ISCr Bcnnott .also moved — 'That in regard to opal-mining thoro skull bo no leasing in laTgo blocks, nor should tho holder of a mineral license bo nllowod to occupy four acres — tho largest quantity of ground allowod ehould bo K»0 foot sqimro, but in caso of a prospoctor dis covering opal at a distunco of ono milo from other opal, doublo that area should bo allowed.' Carried unanimously. Tho folio wiug resolutions in refcrenco to opal-mining wero also ...
SCOURING WOOL WITH ARTESIAN WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
SCOURING WOOL WITH ARTESIAN I WATER. A rej-ort has been forwarded to the Miuis ter for Mines and Agricultui-e by »ho Super intendent of Publio Watering Places, Mr Buultbeo, with refcronco to wool-couring at tho Moongulla artesian boro, which bud been earned ont by Mr Roger Clow. Samples of wool eeourod by Mr Closo havo been tub mitted to somo of thu leading wool firms in Sydnoy, nnd thoir opinions aro of a very favornblo charactor. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. state that tho wool shows oxccllcut color, and thoy feel suro that any. consignments in fair quantity got up in a similar manner to tho samplo would command much attention from tho buyers, and also givo a good return. Tnoy have soon very littlo wool in the mark«t witb so excellent a get-up. Wiuchcombe, Carssn and Co. wrolo that they were sur prised to see such splendid samples of wool sooured with artesian water, fli- it was thought tbat wntcr from theso borca would leave tho wool harsh and discolored. Tho enmplcg loft nothing to...
EXPERIMENTS IN SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
EXPERIMENTS IN SNAKE BITE; Somo interesting experiment* in snako bito and alleged antidotes took, placo yesterday morning ut Mr W. T. Kendall'' veterinary Iloflpital, Brnnswiok.fctro«t, Fitzroy, says last Thursday's Molboarnq wf.cf.: Amongst thoso present wero — T-r. Gresswoll, ohairman of tho Board of Pnblio Health ; Dr. Mullen, Dr Herman Lawronce, Dr. T. Ryan, Dr. Liddle, I Ur. J. Miller, Dr. T. tlodjfson, Mr Cbarlas Price, dsmonstrator io tho Univorsity physio logical dopartmont ; and Mr A. E. Le Socuf, Mr S. Wood and Mr W. MoLaughlin, votes inary surgeons. Dr. Hodgson was the first to apply tho chlorido of Iimo antidote, at Dandonong, last year, to tho human subjcct, whon it was sucoossfnl. Tho experiments yestordsv wero condnricd by Mr Kendall and Mr H. Sogden Riulauek, rosidont Burgoon nt the veterinary hospital. Mr W. Davics bandied and applied tho ticrer snakes which wero used in the experiment*. Tho objeot of tho proceedings yostenlay was of a negativo character, nnmoly, to...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. TALKEE TALKEE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. ? (From Our Correspondent.) TALXIU! TA&KEE.- I This is, for Sydney at any rate, tbo ago of conforenccs. There aro now under weigh a miniug conforcnco, a military conference, an unemployed confcrcnco, a conferenoo of coal owners, borfidcH a number of informal confer ences which will blossom ont into duo pro portions later on. Iftalkoo talkeo oould get ns out of our troubles they would not last long— not longor, that is to say, than tbo conferences, although somo of thorn promise to bo pretty protracted. Fancy a fow ecoro dolegutes ovcryono in grim carnost and armed with a bulky roll of manuscript, fired, more over, with a resolution -to Inflict tho wholo of that roll on his fellow members or dio in tho attompt^ Suggestions to take tho papers os read uro laughed to scorn. Anvond who ehould propose that they' should* ull bo' read nt tho patno tirno would be. it). danger of sum mary orccutiou. How is time to bo ocgno-' misodP At tho mining conference tbey got ...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Latest Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 12 February 1896
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. T nt-AQt. Quotations.' ' Mr J. B. North (member Sydney Stock Exchange) wired ua a copy of tlio Exchange official .quotations last night ns follows : Brokon Hills, bnyor 60s,' seller 69s. Cd, Norths, 'buyer 8a 7d, seller 8? 9d. .. Block Fourteen*, Feller 26* fid. Block TcnS buyer 75s, seller 78s. Junctions, buyer 68s. Junction Norths, buyer \5s W, wller 16». ' Booths, bnyer 14s. South, (nontrlb.), baycr II.', 'filer 12a 0d. North Centrals, buyer la 1 Id, seller 2a.