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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

GEO. 3. READ OEO. FERGUSON TRADING AS Bio. mtrasoj mi co., CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, ! FORWARDING nnd COMMISSION , AGENTS. I -i- Aobkt8 Fob — ' ! Biviilts MURRAY -!r DARLING STEAMERS, ADELilDB.llOKQAN aud JIUKKAT BKJDGE ? AMD A3 GEOBGB S. KEI^.ID, l I'ORT VICTOR and U O O L W A. Adclaido Offico— Usitbd Ciiambero Ctirrio- street- ~ OOSST' Managing Clerk for tho late Thos. Ottaway Wishes to inform the inhabitants of Wil cannia and District that bo has COMMENCED BUSINESS on his Own Account as Customs, Shipping ami General GommMoii Agent, All favors entrusted to him will have his per ? tonal attctdion^ and he OUAIIAH TEES TO 3IVE SATISFACTION. COBB and CO'S OFFICE, Myora. e; o'domell & co. THE MART, REID-ST. 8T0GK, STATION, CUSTOMS, 1 General Agents, and AtTOTIONHHBS. Sales held Fortnightly. White Cliffs Hotel. W. Johnstone, Proprietor. YISITOnS to tho Opal Field* from Molbourno. Sydney, Adolaido and othor places will find tho aoeommodation at the above Hotel unsurpassed. Privato rooms...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THE WOULD RUNS AWAY FROM US. Tho other do/ w* bad a talk with a man Who know m litt|«of the world around jii® as a baby. Yet he was a man of naturally fino intelligence, bo hadjustt psea relieved from ymtm. Ten years PRO ho was incanrratod under a life seuteooe. Recently, however, oircurn ptancos had arisen which proved biR innoconui), and Iio obtained hi a freedom. But noflimy tpom^d m lvforr». Fin had hern sUnnnn'v whiln *h-» world moved pn. Manynf hi« *dd friends wero dead, ivpd all Wfro changed. A big alico of bit oarror was lost, nnd wone than tost. CoUtd be ever make it up? No, nover. Besides, although he hud committed no offonce, the mfrn foot (hit ho hid beeu I Convicted of ono. would always place I him nt a disadvantage. Different ns it is in nil outward con dilions long illness pruJtices results 1 which resembles llioso of enforced soliludo, When confined to our home* by disca»e wo arc virtually out of Iho world. Friends may, and do, pity in; but thay do not lie down hy ou...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURKS AND ARMENIANS. FURTHER MASSACRES. LONDON, FEBRUARY 27 [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THETURKS AND ARMENIANS. FURTHER MASSACRES. LONDON. Ifaiimm 11 Further massaorea of Armenians aro reported. Many thousands of Armenians are compelled to bocome conrerts ' to ITa hommcdisra, in order to protect them nelves from tho aggression of the Turks. ,

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THE TRANSVAAL. DELAYING CAPE TRAINS. SEARCHING FOR ARMS. LONDON, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THE TRANSVAAL. DELAYING CAPE TRAIN8. SEARCHING' FOR ARMS. LONDON, 2u. Tha traius from tho Cape to the TranBvnal aro being dolayed for hours doily l-v tho Boor authorities in order to ascertain if any firearms are con couled in tho luggage. ? FaiBDiBT 27. Tho ? .Transvaal High Court has confirmed tho intordict that tho Rand should ehnre tho property of tho. persona arrcatod for treason.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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BRITISH ARMY MANOEUVRES. LONDON, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

BRITISH ARMY MANOEUVRES. LONDON, Febeoabv 27. Forty thousand troops will take part in tho British army manoeuvres to bo held in J uly.

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ENGLAND AND GERMANY. DELATIONS DESCRIBED AS EXCELLENT. LONDON, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

ENGLAND AND GERMANY. RELATIONS DESCRIBED AS EXCELLENT. LONDON, Fsbbtiaey 27. Mr Goaohon, First Lord of tho Admiralty, says tho relations hotween England and Germany aro of an ex cellent character. Mr Goachon further says that recont ovouts should teach foreign Btatesmon that it is a dangorous fallacy to supposo England will nover fight for mattors affecting hor outlying interests.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRITISH IN EGYPT. PROPOSALS FOR ENGLISH GUIDANCE. A "FRIENDLY" SUGGESTION FROM GERMANY. LONDON, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THE BRITISH IN EGYPT. PROPOSALS FOE ENGLISH GUIDANCE. A 'FRIENDLY' SUGGESTION FKOlf GERMANY. [ LONDON, Febbuabt 2C. j lae Sultan of Turkey has appointed i a coBamission to formulate proposals for tho regulation by England of tho ! situation in Egypt. Fedbulsy 27. i A loading St. Petersburg newspaper counsels T?IIA«tn nnf1 nnmnnv to again rniso tho Egyptian question. It is reported .that Gormany ap proach'od Ruesia with tho suggestion that England should bo ejeotod from ^£ypt- tut Russia declined to enter tain the proposal, Latzb. Tho Pali Mall Gaxette states that tho oracuation of Egypt by tho British ia a subject for tentative discussion be tween tho Powors, and but tho moro formal st.igea of the question are impendiug. It ia expcctod that France will, offer Englaud bettor torrns to ceutraliso tho Sttfz Canal, nnd abandon her claims to tlio Newfoundland fisheries, if England will ovacuato Egypt.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. DR. JAMESON. CHARGED BEFORE THE POLICE COURT. MAKING WAR AGAINST A FRIENDLY STATE. THE DOCTOR CHEERED. LONDON, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

LATE CABLE NEWS. British nnd Foreign. [ yp. OU OUB OWN COBUFflroNPENTS.] ' OR. JAMESON. CELVRGED BEFORE THE POLICE COURT. MAKING AVAR AGAINST A FRIENDLY STATE. THE DOCTOR CHEERED. LONDON, Febsuabt 2C. Dr. JameBon and others who toolc part in tho Transvaal invasion wero brought boforo tho Police Court in London to-day, chargod with having rondo war against a stato friondly to England. No ovidonco was taken, tho accused being remanded for a fortnight. Bail was allowod in £2000 each. Dr. Jameson was wildly cheered at tho Court. Tho mngistrato Toaentod this outburst of popular enthusiasm, aud said tho accused woro chargod with a crituo of the highest possible gravity.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

FIYE DECADES Have passed away since Wolfo's Schpam* was Srst introaaood, aud tq d»y it is still uuriv^Ufed as a inodicatod bovofagtf. . Smokers who onoe try tho now Ycnkeo poodle, take it before any other.*

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ABYSSINIANS. ADVANCE UPON AN ITALIAN COLONY. LONDON, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THE ABYSSINIANS. ADVANCE . UPON AN ITALIAN COLONY. , EONDOy, ?3FssEtTi*T;2(l. - ..ins ^ing.ot Aoysstuia has entofQCt tho Italian colony of Eritrea,. on tho Red Sea. - This uiovd on the part of the Abyasiuiana is cronting great alarm at -Rome.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

BREVITIES. Tho' Government promise not to impose nny moro tnxos. Mr Boid mils tho Protectionist* tho ?? Soap und Candlo Party.' Tho Kngli«h props now writs) bulogia ticilly of Mr Roid. Jualico Simpson tukos up Judgo Win doyer'e work in divorce. Tho raining industry of N.S.W. for tho year 18P4 yioldod £4,264,000. Incomes of nhsontoes from N.S.W. for 1894 total £3,010.000. According to Coghhm. tho total incomofl of tho people of N.S W. for 1894 amounted to £09,080,000. i No lofls than four prominont polico | mapifttratea bnvo died reoontly. .Mr Qhilum,-of Bathuret, i* tho latest. A Japanoso puzrlff. Docs Japan mntiu Xacturo boots for N.S.W. ? Somo say tho boot is on tho other leg. Master Boris, of Bulgaria, fhould now be baptized ' Princo Boro-us.' Judging by tho enthusiasm of tho farowolling tho Gonoral and Mra Button are roooiving, ono would think thoy woro ▼ice-regal representatives. Victoria is fitiil orershadowod by tho Speight question. It ia moro intolerable than tho depression...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTINY OF CHINESE SOLDIERS. A DISASTROUS RESULT. LONDON, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

MUTINY OF CHINESE SOLDIERS. A DISASTROUS RESULT. T.O Vno?«', Fhbbuart '20. xjio ijhineso aoldiors'nt iliang-lon mutinied, and atta'ckod' and killod thoir olHcora. ? During tho fighting a magazine exploded, killing 200 of the mutineers.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

WHITE CLIFFS NEWS. {From our Correspondent.) I February 26.— Opal mining- has beeu moving along steadily of late, and ulthough nd finds of any size aro reported, £till a pjod number of small parcels are spoken of. Thero are sovoral opal buvors ou tho fiold,,but thoro seems to bo no doraand for anything but parcels of stone of the best class. Mr A. E. Goldstoin, well-known as a largo buyer of nnul Ik «-vmn on tho flvld. and nmWhlv muv give tho trade an impetus. Tho election for tho new Progress Com mittee camo oif en lust Saturday, when the following gontlemen were elected: — Messrs C. D. Hawbon, H. Bunis, Win. Soott, J. Molnornoy, J. Cleary, M. Keough, J3. Walsh, O. E. Brown, V. Peako, P. Donnelly and It. Thompson. Mr MoKonzio (Inspector of Schools) is on a visit to Whito Cliifs, with the object of obtaining information as to tho advmbiHty of building n public school horo. I under stand that bo favors tho idoa, and to-day ho, with several residents, cboso a suitablo sight for tbo bu...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

SPORTING NEWS. Tho Howrrfarket in_run to-dny. Tho Wilcnnnia how Hrunglo ran nbjto. lutcly last in the Oakloigh Purxo at Caulllnld the other day. Cycling hfl' tnkon on with a Ten«:oa:-cp. About a doicm cyrlirtTn nro to bo scon rnolng tip and down Ri-id-ftre-.-t nightly. ^ Lavor, tho Viotorinn critikctcr, is m c«ui. H^tont with tho bat that ho may l-« Mr Gipsy Grand, a daughter of Granrttnnxter, won the Duncdin Cup. Bccklesi goo* to Adolntdo to tn* for tho £mnn Onl-«,.f,rintrA vilk !) 7 Fortunatufi, with 10. 0, lost tho Metropolitan Stakes of 7000 rupeos by a hoad at Caloutta. Th«j firnt cricket toam of Australiaui went 'homo' in 1878. Tho most 5ucc0n«ful tenm was that of 18SG. Two mnn in tlio ncloctod oricket (cam aro reported to hare rigncd tho plodgo already. Pardons is in groat form jast no\r. On i St. ICilda track recently ho rodo a milo in i '2aiin. I Jhcm., paced by a triplet. Bicyolo raoing with pacing1 machine* ii now considered a ' ono man ©rent. Tbo man who roachos tho tand...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

BROKEN HILL NEWS. . [By Teleoiuth.] BROKEN- HILL, Fkidat. , Somo uneasiness was caused hero by tbe arrival of a number of minors, engaged at I Ballarat by tho new Central management nt 50s per week, which is undor thocurrent rate. It ia regarded by many u.« an nttompt to ro duco wages, nod tbc new cotuors consequently received cold treatment in town. Matters are now fixod allriuht. tho manatrer of th« Central havinghirnvlf nltcrod tho ugreomcnts to 9* per day. Ten men arrived from Ballarat this morning with tho current rato of wago inserted in their a^roomcnts. Tho feeling hgainst the importation of now men however oontinucs, as there arc many unemployed here. Tho Municipal Council sat till early this morning in committee, on the appointmontof ofiloers. Mr Aliison was re-apt-oititcd Council Clerk.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RUSH TO WEST AUSTRALIA. Further Warnings. State of Affairs at Perth and gardie. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 29 February 1896

THE RUSH TO WEST AUSTBALIA. ^Further Warnings, State. of Affairs nt Perth and Cool: - gardlo, [From Iho Molbonrnc Agr' } Many nf i}»n«t« who have joined tho rond rii^h t» Wo««t AtHtrnlia- nithur than to devvlop tho undoubted rcmiurcen of onr own colony havoalri-udy fi-om timo to time through theso rolnmns publishod thoirbittor oxporieneo in order to save others from Iho aivero dis appointment and Ion of money nnd health, to wiy nothing of more discomfort, that thoy lmv*» finffcred themfiolves. The trntli of theso rr^Hti'd warnintrs is omphttM-wl with vivid force by tho two letters appended from former residents of this rolony who nre now ut Perth and Coolgnrdia reupcctivoly. Liko tho Now AustrnliMtis of Paraguay nnd many other hi-«. turicnl oiuigrant bands, to wh'jso eyes the din taut fields were greonest, many thou«.'indn who have gotio from hero to Went Australia havo only had to arrive at thoir Promixcd Land to he di«illuHionisod. Tho cxtraots aro as follow;— TO THE EDITOR OP THE...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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CYCLING IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

CYCLING IN ADELAIDE. - - ' ADELAIDE, MoNtur. | At tho cycling carnival ou Saturday, Megson won the inilo championship of Australasia, defeating Pareona. Paced by a triplet, Parsons broko Zimmorman's half-mile record, reduc ing tho time from 58 to 54 seconds.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRUGGLE WITH A BURGLAR. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

V ' STRUGGLE WITH A BURGLAR. ? 'SYDNEY, Moxdat. r-f. - A woman namod Mrs Tonkor had a desporato* Btriigglo with-a burglar at I^nddington early on . Sunday morning. k. Slip evontuolly-firod. at tho intruder, birt the churgo took ofTect in hor arm. ^^^Ihp.'barglar thon mado his escape. Mrs Toakofc was tahon^to tho hospital, whero her injuries werti attended to.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN A.W.U. MANIFESTO. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

AN 'A.W.O. MANIFESTO. I - V T ; SY&NE?, SfoyPAT. . A manifesto hhn been issued by the President' and Gonoral Secretary of tho - Auatralian 'Workers' Union. It showa that lost season, iu a ballot, tho ahoarero carried contradictory pro 't1M«la— nilA in fnvnr of fit a paBtornlists, and the other for working on the old lines. A new shearing policy has been adopted, to tho ofFect that membora ahull shear undor the host agreements, thoy enn obtain dur ing tho coming vonr.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

* ACCIDENTALLY SHOT, STDNEY, SJoxiuv, ] John Haihitift),' n resident of Leich hurdt, was -examining a rifle, when it u uespeetedly: exploded, and tho con tent# lodged jn his^ife's mouth. Tho \romnn /expired vritlua half an hoiir,' lieir Inst words being bM.il, ouu Jiur uusuuuu did not knpw^theiwoapon was loaded. An, iuquestr.was held, which resulted in a vnidiut of accidental death.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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