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TATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE RELATIONS BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND. COMMENTS BY THE GERMAN PRESS. LONDON, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

LA.1E CABLE NEWS Brldsli nnd Knrclfii. [phom orn .nw.v rntuiKsrnN'pn.NTa.} THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE jpTLATIOXf 5 HETWEEN I-RAKCE AND ENGLAND. COMMENTS BY THE GEEM.VN . PB.ESf3. LONDON, Maiipii 1. Tho Gorinnn nowspapora doclaro that tho proapect of friendship botwoon England and Franco would bo a source of constornntion to Gormnny. Tho Gorman press is highly inconsod at what it regards ns tho provoking tono of ifi- Goschon's recont spoooli. Gormnnj- is making groat efforts to socuro the trade of tho Transvaal. Tho Italian newspapers consider thnt England's desire tor isolation nmoDg the Towers i» n eourco o{ danger to tho peaco of Europo.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPANISH ANTIPATHY TO AMERICA. THE CONSULATE AT BARCELONA STONED. LONDON, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

SPANISH ANTIPATHY TO AMERICA, THE CONSULATE AT BARCE LONA STONED. LONDON', M.mhii 2. iiin Amencnn Ciinsuhito ot ]-ar- colona has heon Btoned hy n Spanish tnol-, whith tlie pntiie repulsed. Tlio Anicriwm legation at ATadrid is hoincr cuanlcd bv trnnnsl' '

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRANSVAAL INVASION. DR. JAMESON AND THE BOERS. CHARGE OF COMPLICITY AGAINST MR RHODES. LONDON, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

THE TRANSVAAL. INVASION. DR. JAMESON AND THE JJOEnS. ? CHARGE, OF COMPLTCITT . AGAINST Mil 'RHODES. . . ' . ' ' LONDON. Xasck 2. It has transpired that Dr. Jameson yielded to tlio Boors on condition that tho lives ,o£ his men .were spared. Tho Boers allogcrtlint Dr, Jameson yielded unconditionally. 3Ir Hofmovnr. leader- of tho Dutrh Party at the Capn, assorts thnt ilr Cecil Rhodes wiir aware of Dr. .Tame son's advrincb upon the Transvaal, and preserved tho fact n secret for 30 hours.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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CORRESPONDENCE EXPORT TRADE IN PRODUCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. EXPORT TRADE IN PRODUCE. j TO TSC KDtTOXl Of THE WKSTERX ORAFIBn: i Sir, — For several year* past I have besn endeavouring to induce the British co.oprr. ativc so;:icti*,'« to make purchases of food produce frotn Australia, but the hoavy cost of transit from London to the mannfa»itnring districta lis^ always proved a serion* obstaclo. -This, however, bas become re moved by tho opening of direct communica tion between Sydney and othor Australian ports, and tho Manchester Wholesale Society, noting on tho representation* made by a friend in Victoria and myself, ha* decided upon sending out three delegates, who, ac companied by a representative of the Scottish Wholesale Society, will leave Manoheatcr m Juno next. The.«g two rocieties havo no in dividual members, tbo share* being held ex clusivfly by co-opeTntive, distribotive and produetivo associations, and thoir business i« to purcbaso in bulk on the most favorable term*, to resoll at wholesale rates to the 00-. operat...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MOUNT BROWNE DISTRICT. WARRATTA, Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

THE HODNT BROWNE DISTRICT. (From our Correspondent.) { Wamiatta, Feb. 28. House'* Reward.— Sinoo writing some further good work bns been dono on this claim in extending tho north drive, whero it was thonght that tho stonn would not ho *0 rich as In tho aotttb drive, with tbo result that a rich ohoto was struck, which gooa to provo that tne poffBibiHtfe* of tho miner are practically unlimited. Tha only think re qulrod now to completo this property is ndoqnato maoblnery to treat the stone, a* at present tho owner* aita compelled to cart their *tono a distance of 10 miles to tho Warratta Public Battery Company'* mill. Tho last 25 tona whioh were put through this mill fivo a return of Gozs. 5dwts. to tho ton, and am told tho tailings assayed in Ballarat and Broken Hill gavo a return of ovor 2ozs to the ?ton. Warratta Pnblic Battery Co. — Tho owners of thi* mill having contraoted with flovcral claimholders, nro likely to havo plenty of work for a considerable time to come, and large quan...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

Sometuiho *hould bo douo without dolay, says tho Melbourno jige* to pat down tho practicu of cyclists riding at night wifli'out lamp*. It is a most dangerous practice, and was tho cati«o of a serious accidcnt ono night last weetc oven on tue well lighted St. Kilda- I road, rfotno of tho elcctrio luiap.H have a I habit of going utmost out for several seconds, and tho auddon transition from a brilliant ' light to a deep gloom renders it difficult for tho oyclist to seo another wheeler coming in thit opposite direction unlona the latter narrics a lamp. Ono night laat week a lady and gentleman riding to St. Hilda experienced this momentary eclipsa of tho electrio light, and bofora thoy got out of tho gloom another cycliHtoollided with the lady, who received a --ovcro shaking by tbo fall. Nono of tho three riJer* had lights, so that all were equally to blame. Not one in *U of tho uycliats who vide idoni? St. Kilda-rond carrios a lamp : hence it i.« a ronrvel more acoldents dou't hnpjien....

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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EFFICACY OF PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

, EFFICACY OF PRAYER. Ths lectdre douvered by Sir Hartley WH lioma recently /nl BallaTat. on 'Ho prayetnv bwt'who liveth be.^t,** ha^ caused quite a floUerin the roliglous circles of the golden cityi*.?A!teA5y.n ruunberof local 'olergymsn are^'tmckliog on their.arhinr'' with the do*. terminationT)fTf:p1jing to the remarks of his Honor.' Referring to n previo««s address do- ! | livoreu in Melbourne, Sir Hartley Williams: : said it* ©(feet*, notwithstanding tbo opinions ' I of hi* advert critics, wero to leaxl men back I | to a very old religion— tho religion preached by Jesus, and enunciated 500 year* beforo | His birJh by Gautama Baddn. Tho real i commotion, however, among the religious opponent* of hie Honor appears to have been ! cauied by liifl references to the iaefHcacy of , prayer. Tbo lecturer ia reported on tbia point to have spoken as follows:—' As an instance of tho inelflcncr of payer for material bonefita. he reminded his hearers of the fato of tho Ku Cheng martyrs. Thea...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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REGISTERED MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

!REGisteked mails Close an hoar prior lo departure. 1 When mails leavo before 9 a m, regis* | (ration cloiosO p.m. tbe previous day. i

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

TIME. Staodard Time is observed.

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MAILS CLOSE Thirty minutes before departure. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

MAILS CLOSE Thirty minutes before doparturo. Late loiter* may bo po«ted up lo with in 15 minutes of departure, provided j they bear (ho lato fee of 2d extra. I

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

Married cotJPLE.-dood nkr. cnees. Will be ready, for en gacmeut nisddleof March. Apply KINGDON & CO.,' Labor Agon's, Wiicannia. Dmids' Sports. faster JTJontlciy. Valuo of Prizes o*»r j$30. (I rand Procession, Attractivo Progtauiine. Soo nandbll'a. SALE. SALE TO-DAY. TO-DAY. EO'DONNKLL A- CO.'hav# been ? favored with inntruclion* to sell j by pubho auction TO ♦DAY, »hr ?4:h .March, at 2,^0 p.m. ;|inrp at tho resilience of Mr J, BoUdon, Iload-atrect (on icpount. of his leavine tho district). All his Household FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising — Tabic', Chairs, Omamonts, What not*!, Carpets, Oil Paintings, ♦ L noloom, Pictures, Case Bird's Paradiso ? ♦ Bedstead* and Bedding Bedroom Waroaad CurtsifM Kitohen ? Utensil* ^ ..Carpenter's Tools i Garden Toils, &e„ &e, ? E. O'DONNELL A CO.. | Auetioneere. ! St on© & Corney ! (W. J. RTUXK nn I C. v.*. CO BURN'.) Gepral Merchants & Squatters' Agents; IilYEKBOiiNiS' GOODS Ex Steamers from South Australia: ...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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THE BALANCE-SHEET OF MONTE CARLO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

THE BALANCE-SHEET OF MONTE I CARLO. | Tho Fall JfrtJ/ publiKhe* an hiter estini: and well-informM papor on to th»* profit* of tho' gaming taoloi at .Monte Carlo. It given tho Imhinre^hreU for tli* rears end ing March 31st, 1894, and March 3*lnt, 1805. Tho number of suioidos in tlio year ending .March 31*t. 189«-, was four. Tho Company received £30.000 of rent, and £701,000 re ceipts from th« tabloa. This rovonue is fment 1 as follows:— r j /yrpnuiiture. j £ ' 1. Payment to Prince for Concession 50,000 j 2. Monaco Government and Muni cipality ? 30,000 3. Army and Police ? 12,000 | 4. Hi«hop, Clergy aod Education . . 11.000 5. Law Courts nnd Officers. . ,, 3,C)00 fi. Contribution to Reserve Fund .. 40,000 7. Directors, Officials, and Agonts.. 30,000 8. Croupiers, Personnel, '& General Exponses , , ^ . . . , 50,000 0. Ropairs nnd Depreciation ., 8,000 10. Socrot SorvicoFund .. .. 5,000 1 1 . Thoatro, Orchestra, and Amuse ment* .. .. .. .\ 25,000 12. ' Publicity** — Subventions ...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. I (From Onr Orrcwpondent.) } Tim POiitD or nr^.LTn. i.rphoul ivv*-T «« nrrmn vriHi tin. Minnsh, . fortnnntely, it*« rnvnerf* here aro not n«-arly ; *evorf tlu-«c whii;h It in mnking in tho . i doctor ridden oity of Molbonrno. NWorthr. . lo.s.q, nn nttrmpt bring mado to extend the i ? power nf onr tnrdiral ofBoinli*, and put iho j whole of tho population of the colony nt their nieroy by dlv«rs Rtrinircnt reaulntions oh to the notification and treatment of eases of disea*r». If tho doclorn wero infallible nn tn knowledge, and (unlikn other hutnun Ifeingn) woro fit to bo entrusted with irresponsible rower, if, in short, thry wero an-rolH from heaven inntoad of men upon onrth, tlirro would not bo any great obje- tionH to thc-o proposals. Put, r« n matter of fact, they nro just ns likoly to orr as othor men, and when clothed with official powor, nro jiwt an likely aa other men to bo tyrnnnioal and inhuman in the exerciuo of it. A ciwj in point camo tmdor notice a Abort...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

THE POST OFFICE. Open from 0 a.m. (o 6 p.m. daily. (Sundays Excbpted.) For the transaction of business, receipt and deliveries of registered loiters, salo of stamps, and ordinary deliveries of correspondence, in addition to tbe morn* ing and afternoon deliveries by letter carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday I exceptol, when no afternoon delivery i* I made.) In the ca«e of lato arrival of j maila, 30 minutes delivery will bo givon i up to8 p.m., after which hour no further I postal business will bo done, although i urgont cases of applications for letters may bo attended to at tho inside or 'Mor.oy Order' window, provided such doo- not interfere with iho telegraphic business up (o 10 p.m. Sunday. A dolivery of one boat of ordinary correspondence is given, viz— 9.30 to 10

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

DEPARTURES Monday. For Monindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. i For Broken Hiil, Adelaide, Melbourne, ' and abroad, 3 p.m. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay and Ecbuca, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday. For Tilpa, Louth, and Bourko, 10 a.m. For Cobar, Sydney, Melbourne- and abroad, 6 p.m. Wednesday. For White Cliffs, Yandarlo, Milpa* rinka, Tibooburra, and Queensland, 8 a.m. For Faroo, Wanaaring and Queensland, 3 p.m. TnimaDAY. i?or M«nindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill. Adelaide, Mtilbouruo, »nd abroad, 3 p.m. For Jobar, Sydney, Melbourne, and abroad, 6 p.m. Fuijuy. No despatches. Saturday. or White Cliffs, Yandarlo, Milpa rinka, Tibooburra, and Quoenaland a No Curpnrlo, Netallic, Gnalla, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, and abroad, 8 am. For T»lpaKLoutU, Boutke, Sydney nnd abroad, 10 a.m. For Cobar, Sydney, Melbourne aud nbroad, 5 p.m.

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THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

THE HAILS. ARRIVALS Sunday. From Melbourne, Echuea. Booligal ! Irnnhoe ond abroad, 0.30 a.m. From Mclboorne, Adelaido, Broken Hill' and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wentwortb & Mouindie, 0 a.m. M02TDAY. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 0,30 a.m. From Queensland, Tiboohurrn Mil parinkn, Yandarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.90 p.m. From Donrko Louth nnd Tilpa» 6 p.m. From Queensland Wnnsaring and Paroo, C a.m. TtJEflDAT, Arn mails. W EDXE3DAY. From Adelaide, nnd Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wealworth & Menindie,9 a.m. Thursday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 6.30 a.m. From Queensland, Tibooburra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and .Whito Cliffs, 12.30 p.m. From Onalta, Netallio, and Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. FbidaY. F rom Sydney, Melbeurno, Bourko, Louth and Til pa, 6 p.m. Satubday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 0,30 a.m.

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"AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACK." (COPYRIGHT.) (The right of publishing this Norel in the Wilcannia District has been purchased by the Proprietors of the Western Grazier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

'AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACK,' (COrTPIODT.) | BY J. D. IfKNNESSEY, Author of 41 The Di«-Hnnornblo,' ' V ynnuai Whito's Wickedness.1' &c. fTSe ripht of publishing this Xovcl in the Wtleannia District hat been purfAnjfr* by ths Proprietors of the Western O raster.) CHAPTER VIII.- Continued. Sir Charles Dawson's last p'tmpye thit sight of Dorna Stoneham tr*s as sbo plearad that jfate, sod bo stoqd for xorora) minutes afterwards, oferrrbelmed with astonishment, looking a it ay into the darkness, and listoning to tbo sbarp platter of tba boriei' feat upon tbo hard roadway. Hartley knew too mach to jraee closely afterhej\ Ha yai sore tbat in a quarter of an boar or less, if qo accidcnt oc eurred, Dorna would bare tbo mare well in band, But it was much fasior riding tbas he was accustomed to, and ho was a bit auspicious that tbo girl wat sot orar anxious lo pull tbe moro in. 11 Tbat girl is something like tbe horse , ib© it riding' he ssjd (o himself aa bo beard her racing across a wo...

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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CRICKET. The Intercolonial Match. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

| CItlOKET, Tho Intercolonial Match. , SYDNEY, Saturday. The intercolonial crirkot mnt-h, Now South WnloH v. South Australia, wn-* rofumed ito-dnj' nt Sydney Crii-kdt Ground. Tho South Australians con tinued thoir iniiirigts carrying tho acoro to 400 before the last wickot fell. , Hill carried out his bat, having compilod tho nplendid scoro of iJOO. Ho gavo a couple of chances in tho oarly part of his iiiuingn, but takon throughout his display of batting was j n briUinnt ono. Aftor a little delay I tho Now South Wolahmon commoucod batting, and at the cloao of tho day's play had lost fivo wickots for 205 runs, Iredalo being not out GD and Kollj not out 3. Mokday. Iredalo and Kelly rosumed tho Now South Walos iuninge to-day, the I weather being hno und tho wickot in ! splendid order. Iredalo carriod his score to 187 boforo ho was disposed of, boing tho best of many good perfor mances nmdo by him with tho bat. Tho innings closed for 428. Tho South Australians had threo wickots down for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

If you cannot obtaia ' Myf-v Tea' inyonr d istrlot^ write to D. Mltchcll & Co., Clarence atr Sydney, who will orrongo'for u supply *t anco throogh fbe local Btorekcopor. —

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 4 March 1896

BROKEN HILL NEWS^ [B? TEr-EQiiArn.] J BUOICEN HILL, Mondat.m_£? . A largo tnfloting of inincra wUVhtiM at 'Tho COflmopoUtftrt 'XfTtTl yesterday to con aider tho uotico that minors must in future work night shift on Sundays on tho Propriotnrv, which was tho rulo boforo tho fUriko. . The mooting wits in oppotfitiou was Rhown to tho new pro posal, both by wages men and contruo tora.- Two delegatoa wore appointed to intorviow tho General Manager of tho Proprietary. .Thoy accordingly waited upon Mr Stowart this morning, but froro unnblo to &eo him owing to his illnoss. _ Tho Land Board sittings oponod to-day under tho prfiaidcuoy of Mr McFarlano. Tho meintors of tho HoarA and tho local Stock Inspoctor foolingly refervod to tho death of tho lato chairman, Mr Totnpon, beforo procooding with tho business. Tho Board will deal principally with tho reappraiaomont of ronta. Tho eittiogs will last about a month. Tuesday. Particulars concerning an extraordi nary robbery whioh took place o...

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