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THE RAINFALL. HEAVY FALLS AT BOURKE AND FORD'S BRIDGE. WASHAWAYS ON THE RAILWAY LINE. SHEEP DROWNED IN THOUSANDS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
THE EAINFALL. d EAVY FALLS AT BOUHKE AND FORD'S BRIDGE. ' WASHAWAYS ON THE RAIL AVAY LINE. SHEEP DROWNED IN THOU SANDS. SYDNEY ? Tmntsni-r. Roporta from Bourko stato that G inches of raiuhate fallen thero during tho past -18 hours, and thoro are no indications of a cessation. A special bnllast train ia blocked at tho 472 mileage (31 milos from Bourko), tho embankment having beeu washod uway on each side of tho rails. 'Fur ther vr'ashawaya havo oecurrod at Mooculta, whero tho water rose level with tho window-ailh of the fellers' houses. The rush of water was bo groat 31 miles to tho south of Bourko that a travellor aud his wife and child barely had timo to cscvipo from their tonts. They sought refugo in the ballast train above lo'orred to. Tho country is a vast sheet of water. It is not thought likely that tho mail train cau 'leavo Bourko beforo Satur day. At Ford's Bridge, ou tho 'Warrego, over 12 iuches of rain is reported to havo fallen in six hours. Sheep aro being drowned in tho...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
CORRESPONDENCE.''^ TO THE EDITOB OP TJni WUSTKHN QCAZtEE. Sir,— Would you kindly publish tliia letter aa h wanting to working-men, that thoy may not mako n uneless journoy in coming hero looking for work aa thero is positively no work to bo ' got hero. It is reported in Wilcannia that miner#' are wantod here at 12s por day, and aurfaco hand* can get 10a per day. Such a report is an entire falsehood. There aro hundreds of man hero Meking work and cannot got it. AU men eeek ing employment havo to apply at one parti cular door, and tho rnsh ond crush that takes place to oven get in to rngister their numoa ia something to be remembered. Men atandat this door hour after hour so that thoy may havo a chaoco fo get in— good ovidcaoo of too wen's desire to get work. To keep np a uirtbldnco ' of men being wanted, a ctfrtaia number aro uiscbargod, to mako room for fruah onoa, but' actually no woti® moh wo taken on.' . Thank*.' ,ng y°*t in antitslp^lon inybfintorwU of tho, workers, ~I.*tb, &...
THERMOMETERS AND THEIR POSITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
THERMOMETERS AND IHEIU POSITIONS, During the provolenca of tho intent heat i thero wilt* an incessant, If de*p:iiriny, «r»:-rgle | to n-iirch oat and monopoly the coolest I available spot, says our Bourko contempor, [ ury. Since the temperature has moderated: I thero if springing up a apecics of rivalry aa.! t a which plaoo is entitled to the proud pre eminence of having top roved. Jhmrko u.nod j to fauoy it was hot as it locked gloomily at tho i thermorastor that ranged with monotonous. I regularity botwoen HQ* und 120* Fahrenheit. But in tho light pf mora rocent information Bourko must bo regarded aa baring been favored with merely arenial spring weather-— something with thn chill olf. It' recortl is brushed scornfully aside by half n dozen pi a cos «t which the thermometer registered a hoat hotter by many degrees than that which j prostrated Bonrkc aud sent a daily talu of j victims to tho comotcry. AnthonnonvJtorsaro j mostly of tho George Washington brand, and I thero ia no par...
BOURSE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
BOURKE STqCK RERORT, J. Anderson and Co.; stock and atatfoo agent^i report' aafolloWa for' tbo woek ending peb. 8-:—-^ ? ? 1 ' ? * | Cattla.— We trnok*-l to Sydnoy 184 head I on' acoodnt of Mbsara -T. aiid A. Christian and j Co.*. BKadingabl». ? ? ' ' OwA'era ' are' ' notiflod that drovers of all caUlenAw (ioraing into Now South Walea fasosV giT'o 'seven dayaT netiw to tbo Stock j Icapeetorat tbe border bafoiD' crossing ; and jnuat'ilso* carry attachod to their waybill*, a ; declaration that their cattle wero sound when itarting; ' This ia to provent tbo introduction j of tick fover. ' ? , I c flydno/'tearketa.— 2309 yardod for tuo I weez. Quotations— Prime ? yahla hbllooka £flto £6 9a,' good * to £5 10s, priiuo yarda cows to £4 ' 8a, good to £3 15a. Wo haro ttTezal enquiries lor' good Unoa of atoro catUei'and would aolicit'particolarfl'. * Shte^'^Good usoful linos of 'stores aro still saleable at good ngdres. Wo hnvo an enquiry for 'IS, 000 -2 'or 4-tooth ' wothera. ' Sydnoy market...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
^PORTING- NEWS. Tbo South Broken' Hill Jnckoy Club liold their Sumroor Moetihg on Weilneaday hint. Tlio stakes paid awnf amounted to 7i'uovs. j Tho Wilftannla nare Jtecluw won tho ; Flying and Forcod Houdicnpi. Coorio nn- ; noxorl tbo Sntomcr Handicnp and Rorcngo j tho Farewoll Mandlaip. A riicccnsfal days sportn took placo at MUpfttinkaon Sutuniay wook. Thopnuoipal event, tho Shcflleld Handicap was won by an aboriginal named Albert. A private , match ran at Milparinka tho sumo day for &25 i% side, betweon T. Brady and J. Bntlor, Was wtfn easily by tho former with a twenty yards Htart. Tho local Druids' Carnival takea placo on Eaater Monday.. Thero, is aomo talk of a bicycle raco in conneoti|m with tho aportfl, which should prove very interesting. Talking of cycling, wo aro informed that about a dozen* now ' bikes' for Wilcannia, are now at Bourko .waitfyg for a Btoamcr. In tho event of no races on tho Queen's Birthday, what price a cycling carnival? Mesara Fontifex, Laidlaw...
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
Tho Rlyors. The following ahowa the hoighta of tho rivora above aummer level at tho underman tloned plaooa it 'J ft.m. yesterday ' **' ? nia' pAnrJM0.v * Mangaudi ? ? 15ft Sin rising ] pollanmabrl 4ft 6ia rising Mogil Mogil . . . . ...... Cf t 5iu rising j Wfiugett-^Barwon ...... 5ft 6ln atatoy , Do. u Namoi ? ? 4ffc 4in atatny ' Goodooga....'; ? ? ? 1 ' 'low ' * ? 'CrowatruiH ? low i Bourk6'.'.;.,» ...... ...... 21ft Oin ' rising j Louth 29ft Oin risiiig I Tilpa' I : . ; . .... . ? . '? 23ft Oiri riaing Wil5mni»' '61t '4in rising Menlndiel....; ? ? dft lOJin falliog ? Pooncario .............. 7ft 7iri rising ~ [ Wcntworth. ? 3ft Sjin falling * * * ? ? toiitouut. .-.???? Albury..' ? low Eehata ; |p«r Swan Hill low Eoston ' ? v.. 5ft llin faipng
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
(W. J. STONE, iind C. W. COBURX.) ' '* ' General Merchants & Squatters' Agents. BIYEB30RW' GOODS Ex Steamers frorji: Soutli Au«tvalj;i anil Victoria.. ' 5 STOCKS Fl'our^Kollor ' Gum .Timber Chart , Soft Wood' Bran .. Galvanised Iron Pollard , :i Blacksmith's Coal' Oats -.. Iron ; ; &c., &c., &c.. Our other Departments arc wull assorted with all Station Requisites, Ironmongery;. Groceries GLASSWARE, FANCY and DRAPERY, Wines', Spirits, Bottled Ales and Stqut. Agent for Goltlsbrouprh, ?-fort & Co., Phcenix and Northern, Fire Insurance Co's. The. Helalie Pelbrd Cnller, posted anywhere for Us 6d, Btone & Oorney General servant wantep.. Town Place, Refcrenqos Ro qniroil, Kiugdon A Co., Labor Aleuts,. W.il» cannia. Notice- to; the Public,. CIO ME to tho iMarlond havo a look / st what E. O'DONNE LL A CO; will s«»ll by Pnblic- Auction on. 'WED- NESDAY, tho 10th ipslant,. at. 2.30 sharp. A Firstclaii Lot of' Furnituro Drapory Kitchen Utensils Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
FOR ' - LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY!. ^ SOUR STOMACH, ? INDIGESTION* HEADACHE, . BACKACHE, &c., Take a conjilo of Fletcher's PUla overy_ second night they aro a' prompt and sure euro and give certain rolief. ! FLETCHER'S PILLS aro a quick, sure and reliable remedy fur all complaints ari*5n« friro torpid-liver, indigestion, weak stomach, dpd impuritioa of tho ulood. Thoy are prepaipd ou rati iiial and aohsiblo lines and do not cop* tain a particlo of calomel, gambogo,- or any drastic purgative,- but operate by perfectly natural moans. By stimulating tho liver ato increasing the flow of bllo and thus produciHg easy evacuations and natural c.itharses with out the -annoyanco and pain o( griping and purging. | Bowaro of tho many harmful subatitutcs.on sale in many shops. Nouoaro genuine unless thoy bear tho signature ol F. Mooro demerits on tho outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIO and FLETCHER'S PILLS have be come such .household words that imitations ato frequently offered. Wo contend that ...
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
THE HAILS. i ARRIVALS 8uhdat. Front Melbourne, Echuca, Booligtil Ivanbbe and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Molbocrrjo, Adolaido, Brokon Hill' and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wenteorth -fc B£onindie,9 a.m. Moitd JlJ. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, end - thread, 6,30 a.m. From 'Queensland, Tiboobnrra Mil p&rinka, Ya&darlo, aad White Cliffs, 12.80 p.m. From Bourko Loath and Tilpa, 5 p.m. From'Qdeehtl$fld Wanaaring and J?aroo, 6 a.m. ' TuzsXUY. No mailt. WEDireapAT. From Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wentworth AMenindie, 9 a.ra. Thu&sday. From 8ydney, Qlefbonrno, Cobar, aod abroad, 6.BQ a.ta. From Queensland, Tibooburra, Milpa rinka, Yaqdarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Qnalte, Ngtallio, and Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. Fbiday. From 8vdnoy, Melbourne, Bonrkc, Loath - ana Tilpa, 6 p.m. ' 8AT17BDAY. Fyom Syda ay, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 0,30 a.m. DEPARTURES . Mottday. For Menindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melboarne, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Iva...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 15 February 1896
SKIN PISEASB CUIUU) By Ayer's Sarsapar|ll$ Air. fleo, TV* Burtnor, |£t«al©t-mp* Vptj vrrjtes, 15s follows : 8h»rMy »ner l*avfa« college, I was trenMfljj -rlth L -sin dU-pift-whteh »bo*eti Useif, Ortt, »k it«f« ?nkifii. - ritr*kirtoi prvptfiutc** It ccuma, and tt# »?'?-! m« for that-cpmpulnt.' Tha «rc^. ?ion cropt »tuwlj up my llmba.ane ou the body, unlit M finyntortJ m'O irbofe U»»8. Itgira mg liin.iltf with coaiUqt UcMnff.rsalliiff oft 6 wtich nZv}$ 1 erode from under tho scales. I treated II for ; over three rcir« ot-|oec«3»foUy,and *M unaM§ I 1 to elieak ikOBtll 1 fcisaa urtojr Awrt Earnr* rtlla. I uaed threa fcouJotat tfcls rnadlelna and tr&s eomplotoly c tired— mr skla bt&miaz a« , imooth and tlc&r as before/* iier'siarspA Wtto Cured Others, Will Curo Yoii JSa&o by Xn- J? C. A y ar « Oo, LowoIUImMJ M
THE FLOODS ON THE WESTERN RAILWAY LINE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896
THE FLOODS ON THE WESTERN RAILWAY LINE. ? ' SYDNEY, Mo:; day. Iho Wostorn district is still flooded. Tho Bognn Kiver is rising slowly, and ?i is naw withiu 9 iachrib of tho 189-i flood. A tolograin from Nyngau states that all communication with tho couu* try dowa tho river is cut o ft. w. ... ? ? :l ? ? lino for a distance of 100 miles is a aeries of , wreckages. Tho ballnsting has boen swept away like loose timber, and tho eleopera thrown down the embankments. For miles almost at a stretch tho rails are juat hung ou tho sleepers., A gang of 150 mc.i-robuiU a mile of tiio railway ucartlivikiiubouo in 12 hours. Tuesday. It its anticipated that tho lino will be opeu to Bourko to-night. Four cases of sunstroke occurred on Sunday amongst the workmen em ployed in repairing the railway lino ! noar Bourku. * I
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SIDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS I (FROK OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) POLITICAL GLEANINGS. ? . . Sl'DNEY, Uosd«. opeaking on bClinlf of Mr Jonson'a cnndidaturo for Wavorloy, tho Premier unnounood that amongst tho measures introducod next session would ,a v ^ to factories and workshops, and to pluoo tho nlion Workers nf tlm /»«!««« ..~,r — ? ? . . '**v W,UUJ uuuur urunor suporviaion as to tho building ia j Vrliioa thoy lived. Tho Government' 'was dotormined that thoso who now ground down tho young poojrfo in factories and workshops should carry on their traffio no longor. Mr lloid further Baid that during tho past yoar wool had rreen 20 por cont., which moant an addition of two or throo millions of wealth to tho country. Produce had risen in ovory diroction, and. thoro waa unprecedented pros perity throughout the country. TUESDAY. Tho preparatory work in connection with tho land and incomo tax has boon conchidod, and the staff of officers engaged in it disbanded.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896
DE. ATKINS, (kivtrnvunt Medical Oj/icer, -$T- SffyerBrBtroot. CAN BB COHSOLTED AI HIS - SUHOEBY 9 to 10 . 2 to 4 ' ? 7 to 8 4-r. Atkins Dispensea hia own Medicines. AT HX8 SITRGEET, MTERS-SrREET. UBOXOA£. DR. NEWfON f-B¥SICIAN aud KIJStGKq.V . Woore^stroet, Wlleannla rnrnHffP^1^ bataibgue , ^ ft** ^^CONH o-^^rv^^v?v1 1 earn' ZlVERt PACKERS P« U AbSMMlCUABAMTCeO Beedo avo CX'ULoaVra at Sto^e & Cobmei J. Anderson t Co. ? ? '(ErfAWIsatD 18S2.1 ' R ' H. M. WABE laJto6SS?famkol- IUU-Soo.nil.smit' -? Austzaliat AUetlQIMEERS, STOd^C, STATION, FX)RWAilDrXG, liuuran«0 i General Ccmml»stot% A ff int* ? BeWCE, Btdmbt Aokhts— Fltt, Bon -fc Badgcry, Lid. Harrison, Jones &* Devlio, Ltu., Golds brougb/Mort & Co', Ltd.. Maidou Bros. SiUv'£larke'& Co., and Wilkinson an- lArtnder. ' , Wl LBOUBKB AaEjrre — E. Trtnehara & Co. ' ? OU M, Peek & Son, Peanoo, Rowa» Smitl & Co., FIskcn, Valentino and Co.. Goldi brongh^Mort and Co. Bblisbajtz Aocrra — B...
SHARE QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896
SHARE. QUOTATIONS. Mr D. A. MrEscbaru, St»ck and Share broker, reports tho market in Melbourne oi Friday night, aa follow* .. Block Ten, 73s Gd, 74s. Proprietary, sales down to His (a verioua' creep iu the mine being causo of fall.) Juncti'ioi, Cle. . . . Junction ^JorthK, l!w 3d. Mount Lyel'i 80^. - Sllverton. Trams, 08s. Melbourne Trams, 12* ljd, Gd. TarratfipgceFlur. bnyer 13j.' Br^^ Jiii^WiW Supply, 13* 3d, 13a Gd. BerrjcConsols,' 70*. Duke, 7* 6d. ; .Klichindeah, 29* seller Sontli Lqug Tunnels, 17e, 17a 9d, *. . k . Mftunt buyer. Dcmmercial Bank Pepoalts, 1646d. London BsnkI3e^U,;irj. 17* -d- gwlf -'t^icwri# .7Tb lOd. tn tt'JI^Taphloint^iTapf^n, the abot#, was «b«ired for hit isaue.j
RACING AT CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896
RACING AT CAULFIELD. MELBOURNE, Satubdat. I Tho V.A.T.C. held ita autumn race meet | ing to. day at Canlfleld, with tho following rewUflj— i Alma Stakes.— Bundook, 1 ; Kobold, 2 ; ; Bright Eyes, 3. | Hurdlo Raoo. — Pilot Boy, 1 ; Deerfoot, 2 ; ! Borderer, 3» ... Oakleigh Plate.— ^Coil. 1; Haluma, 2; ; Merola and Newharen dead heat f-?r third plaee. ! ' , ? Sjcbfip^ep^ase.'-- Ma^ruinj, 1 ; Tartuft, 2 : ..'-Solliag Raoe.—John' 8,., X; Eldoo, 2; ation , ^ . . ' . ' .? Oakls;gh Porte,~Yi!dee, I ; Shannon, 2 5.nnbury, Z, ' ? . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10; 1890,