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THE TROUBLE IN COREA. MINISTERS SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

THE TROUBLE IN COREA. MINISTERS SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON. FiaRpAnr 17. Soverul of^ tho Corean Minic*ers havo been sentenced to death ia conncctiou with the recent revolt. It is believed Russia is contomplut* ing tho establishment of a protectorate over Coroa.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

THE HAILS, ARRIVALS Sunday. Froca Melbourne, Echucn, Booligal Irnnhoe and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Melbourne, Adelaido, Brokon Hill* and abroad, 0 a.m. From Wentwortb & Monindio, 9 a.m. Monday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, aud From Queensland, Tiboohurra Mil parinka, Yandarlo, aud While CUR*, 12.30 p.m. From Bonrke Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. From Queenaland Wansaring and Paroo, 6 a.m. Tuesday. No mails. Wbdstesday. From Adelaido, nnd Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wentwortb & Menindie,9 a.m. Thursday. From 8ydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abrofid, 0 30 a.m. From Queensland, Tiboohurra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and White Cliff*, 12. SO p.m. From Gnalfa. Netallie, and Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. r#in »v. From Sydney, Melbourne, Bourko, Louth and Tilpn, 5 p.m. SjltUhday. From Sydnoy. Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 a.m. DEPAUTURES Monday. For Meoindio and Wcqlworth, 10 a.m. I For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, and abroad, 3 p.m. For Iranhoe, Booligal, Hay and Echiica, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR CLOUD. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE BRITISH SECRETARY. AMERICA INCREASING HER NAVY. LONDON, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

THE WAR CLOUD. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE BRITISH SECRETARY. * AMERICA INCREASING TIKK NAVY. LONDON, Fkiiwart^IT. The British Secretary for War ban aunouueed that tho Qovcrutnout will do everything in its power to promote the enlistment and training of volun teers. Tho authorities aro inundated with requests for permission to form now corps; Tne liu\ts muds tuo uuuy auu loyalty of the colonics, nnd commends their making preparations for defence. America will shortly coaimenco tho construction of three ironclads.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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A LEAP YEAR EFFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

A LEAP YEAR EFFUSION. The following has boon sent to us for publication Wilcannia. Dearest Bill,— As it ia leep year I- Intend ? to tako addrantig of it by proposing to you dear Bill oome roartck i will bo37butoan ctil pars for 19. as fnr as nursonai sppsrencogoas I hare only a fow freckles and my hairis.M&f rod It la a ortin oulor. ' If yoa wish to axeopt myprrfpo*al ploai address it to Z.W.X. Posl QfLcfe handdf' not ploaa forwArd a blaok sll^; drea to th* same address. Ilnvyou'verry'.jauoD.' I ipmaia, Yoan luvinly, Z, WJX.- ? . ' ^

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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RESUMPTIONS OF CHEERFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

RESUHPTION.OF'CHEERFULNESS, Undisturbed and'moro vefre^hing sleep, and * hearty appetite, Are speedy effocts resulting from the use o' Wolfa's Sohnapps.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

THE WEATHER. Tho wcathor continues decidedly warm and r oppressive. The tomperatuiea -which hate boen recorded doring the. past few days, though not high after oar previous export* enoe, havo nevertheless boen of a cub-tropical kind and far moro trying and enervating than a dry heat of 10 degrees higher, whilo tne numidity ana absence ox wind has made it a difficult mattor to get things cool by evaporation. On Saturday tho thermometer rcgisterod 98*5, Sunday 102, Monday 105, and yosterday 100.- Tho following rain ro ports aro to hand aincc onr last issue 15th : Yotman, 154 poiuts, Mnngundi 53, Collarcndabri 147, Mogil 120, Walgett 287, Goodooga 250, Louth 70, InrewU 247, Bog gabilla 130. . 17th: Inveroll 101 points, Yet man 30, Boggabilla 10, Mungunai 32, Col larendubri 07, MogU 16, and Browarrina 38. Writing from tho 2Q-milo tank on Saturday, MrG. A Grocne informs us that- tho total rainfall at that tank for the wdtk ending 15th inst. waa 306 points, all tanka.boing full after bein...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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CORRESPONDENCE. DISEASED MEAT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ?' DISEASED -MEAT. to tiie iiDiron oy the wEsrBns oiuzikr. Sir,5— In view of . tho recent oxposuros, ro tho snlo of ditteased rooat for food, and in ilio faco of notno of thoso occurring in the adjacent district of Boiirl;«i it eooma quiio natural fo\- I tho question to bo &&ked 11 now do wo in WO.nnnl. anrl al.m. tho proteotion of the public It vu clieitod in ovidcaco in one csko that tho Bourko dif* triot was at tho present timo very largely Infested with disoaard beasts. Now, to -all intents and practical purposes, wo may, I think* infer tuat Mi* district, separated by no iaipassablo boundary line or govorned by stringent regulations can hardly itself bo froo from a similar stato of affairs. If such bo tho ud*u,'wo aro nt Onco face tofooo with aaorious stato of affairs, &svd sooner than that 'death in the pot ' ehonld bo our lot, it wero weLl to ask what methods aro . pursued to guurd tho publio from oonsbming boa#ts suffering from anthrax ...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY FROM THE QUEEN. BRISBANE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY FROM ! ?THE QUEEN. : ? ' BRISBANE. Monday. ' A message fc ota the Quean has been j repeivod by the Acting-Governor, ex prcBMOg doen regret at the Pdarl disastor, and synipatnieing with tho relatives of , tho stmarers. i . . : ? Nino?more bodies hove been recovered. Tho Victoria' Bridge will- l?e reopened, for li^ht.trfrCRo'ehftrtfyv . ; ? - ?

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Disaster in Brisbane River. A SHOCKING AFFAIR. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

The Disaster in Brisbane Kiver, A SHOCKING AFFAIR. BRISBANE, FmniT. Tho tombJo ferry-boat disastor in tho 1 Brisbano Itiver occurred at 5 o'clock ; yesterday oficruoon. Tho traOic ou I Victoria Bridgo having boon ansponded, i tho small ferry 6toamor Pearl loft Queen's Wharf for South Brisbauo, a littlo dis tance bolow tho bridgo. Tho ferry boat j carriod noarly 100 passongors, and was endoavoring to purs bclwoen thostearanre Normanby and Lucinda when she -got | luul of tho formor vessel, and tho current earned her broadeido on to tho nnchor chaius of tho Lucinda. Sho thensuddonly capcirod, and a number of hor passengers scrambled up tho anChpr-chaius, whilo others w*-ro voscuod by. bqats, but about ?10 -wero drowned. Tho vcssols in tho vicinity throw ovorboard all forms of lifo-eAving apparatus, but this was un availing owing to tho awful suddenness of tho catastrophe. A terriblo scono re sulted on the south aide, men and women rushing down to tho rivor sobbiug and crying. Tho steam...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW CALEDONIA MYSTERY. BRISBANE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

A NEW CALEDONIA MYSTERY. BRISBANE, TcrsDAT. It is royiortrd from Nournoa that tho bodies of two European*, who*o namoi uro unknown, were rccontly discovored in tho^ public park thero., -The' victims hud evidently beon murdered whiloasloop Tho bodioi worn docapitatod.-uud n long Aiauricau uxo covrod Trith blood was lyin« alonReulo.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAD FREAK. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

A MAD FREAK. SYDNEY. Tuzmuy.' An oxcitinp econo occurred at Bowiia, 1 uoar Albury, !s\-*t night, tho outcome of a quarrel betweon a young man itemed Kdwnrd WutorOoId and his tinole. Aftor tho quarrol Wotorfiold visited hia uncle's homo, nnd commencod by smawhinpr tho furnituro. Ho thnn -jot nro to tho houso nnd barn, which resulted in a quantity of hay uud porno valuable ? macbinory boiu^ dostroyod.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BATHING FATALITY IN THE MURRAY. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

BATHING FATALITY IN THE MURRAY. ? SYDNEY, Tvb3day. iaroo fiirttors named Ilaloy, agoil ro spootivoly 10, 16 and 10 'yonra. woro drowned whilst bathing in tho Murray nearEuston.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Delayed Telegrams. [RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR LAST ISSUE.] SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

Delayed Telegrams. [ReckivedToo Late roe Last Issue.] SYDNEY, Fktoay. At the Mining Conferenco yester day, it was resolved, on tho motion of Mr W.-J^Bonnett ('White Cliffs), that gpm's aKSnld- occupy a diatiuot eectiou UUU DUUU1U uot bo osaociatod with gold or minorala, nnd that ho largo gem ureas bo granted from- this dato until a Government expert *has reported to tho Ministor that largei areas aro required. A mail for 'Wilcannia and t\ro parcols post bags wero sent by' tho 5.16 oxproaa -yesterday via Molbourno and Adolnido to Broken Hill, and will roach 'Wilcannia noxt 'Wednesday. Tho Morcadool land cases havo boon adjourned to Sydnoy, owing to tho illness of a material witness, who waa unable to proceed to Guuncduh. Aiiu lumiuy vuiuuruucu viosuu yeo tcrdny, with cbeere for tho Government and a hearty voto of thanks to tho ; Ministor for Miuos. ?Rain continued general throughout; tho colony yesterday, a good full oc- ' curring along tho coast. j Sir Henry Parkos uddrossod ono of ...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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Delayed Cables. [RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR LAST ISSUE] LONDON, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

Delayed Cables. [HcoEmu-Too Latbfob L.vst Icsuk.] LONDON, FrPUUAinf 13. Tho Atuorican prosa is now adonting a moro friondly tono towards England. Tiio trial of tho persona chargod with invading tho Transvaal has boon aaiournou inuounitoiy. It transpires that President Krugor appoaled to Qormany and Franco to intdrveno immediately Dr. Jameson invade^ tho Transvaal territory. Tho Gorman Ministor of Foreign Affairs, speaking in tho Reichstag, said tho normal friondly relations with England woro unohqngod. Ho doniod tho truth of tho rumors of German design against England. Anothorrevolthasoc-currcd inCoroa. Tho insurgents havo killed tho Promior and Bovoral prominont offiuinlo. Tho 1 Russians havo landed 300 troops in Coroa from tho warships. j

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHITE CUFFS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) February 16. — Very littlo of noto ha* oc curred in raining during the week. Work lias been pufihed along etcadily with averago reAultn on most of tbo block*, und fair pros, peels iu many other cows, A publio meeting waa held ou Wednesday OTeninif when tho annual report of the Pro* frees Committee waa submitted. Tho report iraa road by the Secrotaay, Mr J. Campbell, ind was well received. On tho 'motion of ilr Wm. Scott, the annual report of the joBitnitteo waa adopted and a crirainl voto of ihtuks pawed ananiuiously to that body for their services during tho past year. The :hiirman, Mr A. Watson, suitably rcejwndod: A fair quantity of rain fell here during the early part of the week— altogether 101 points woro registered. -Tho weather for tho past few. days has been very unpleasant, being that sweltoriog, muggy Kind of beat which causo* a feeling of prostration. More heavy rains aro preaiotca ,by the weather wise. Thero id now n godd eop...

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BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

BROKEN HILL NEWS. fBr Tp.rxur-inr.] BROKEN HILL. Mourn*. 'Hie pollen hiivo received infurumtion that a iirsin imuibd Sbot-han dinl MiJdonly iu convuliion«-nt Mount. Qinps station yrs'oMny At firs* it was bouoirf tn'bo a caso of buniitroko, hutthqcircumstancos in uiislrko for mwlicine Tho Cor-u»ef fjnea out thid uftornoon to hold an inquiry. Tho cose of Robort Hood, tiio uuclioncor charged with misappropriating tho pro ceeds of a furnituro salo. was again boforo {ho Polio Couvt to day* The accuse-l -as finod JU'20. in -default »-ix months' iinpriponn oijj. - Mr Burnett, P.M., luw boon appointed to Iluy. Ho will not lea^o hei«3. how* over, until htn suecessov is appointed. Tho wenthor is now very hot again. Tho tomporaturo yesterday registore-l mil in thn uhnflii ^ ^ .ulln- .,n,1 threatening to-day, with a northerly i*ind blowing. . ; ' TurSDAY. Tho magisterial inqtiiiy aato the death of Thos. Sueohan, who (Ucd on Sunday at Mount Gippa station, rosultcd in tho finding that death was d...

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SEVERE HEAT IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

SEVERE HEAT IN ADELAIDE. ADELATDE,. Tuesday. Tho heat was vory oppressive horo ; yeatorday, tho teinporaturo reaching 110 I in tho ah lido. i

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SUICIDE OF A MINING SPECULATOR SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

SUICIDE OF A MINING SPECULATOR SYDNEY, Tuesday. William Proctor, a heavy mining speculator, has suicided at Parrainutta : by shooting hitnsolf in tho hoad. Finau. j cial troublos woro tho causo; '

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THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. MELBOURNE, Toksda't. luo nuiway .rocoipts ehow n woukly doficionoy for tho past 33 woeks of £33-J0.

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CYCLING IN NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 19 February 1896

CYCLING IN NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Monday. At^ tuo Chrwtchurch oyclinff caru^ql, Martin, w'ou tho tlvo-milo and milo scratch raccs and tho inilo handicap rnco. Ho also scoured socond placo ill tno hulf-mile handicap raco. :

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