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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
Sained m ifssei3§t^ READ WHAT [ Oyer's Ssrsapariila did for tho Invalid I)auj;Ulcr of a 3?rom« t Incut Lowell TrntU-aiiinn. 'My clatt'ht-?r ha«l /or a lotu? time been troubkrt wfiU vtotcnt h«artuclu?» aleoiv lca.«ncss. 8 ho wm p:tlc, had no appot.lte, J ami was Iodine llosh tapMly. Sho took various remeJ^'S for her trouble, but re cclvctl uo bencHt unlit ahc commeucoU using ^ W&ki f 1-ii w ] Ayer'a S »r«-pirnii. Aftor fcihinc hnlf a bottle. -iii? tn /ei-l ftya ot-n- ttnii' »l 'pp of mi's rnv-fl ''to-. J»«*r iipcctlto re ttirneil, iter i-h'-rks .^cs: ui lo nil out ami show col'j.'. f'tc rv'lui-.t ui str-j'.titU. her hi'a«V»t?hci u:-aup',.irv'J. fif: -lept t«*r, an«t now srys a!i ? f^o!3 Ii\o a n':v,* pcnou/'—l*. i\ Cor.tw.i 0 I.yon Sf., Lowell. SarsagjaH^ Hro Curcd Others, 'y/m Curo Yoti Madp by Dr.J. C. Aytr & Co., LowoU,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
Ir you cannot obtain ' Afyfa Tea' in yoar district, write toD. jrilchell & Co., Clarence ptrept, Svduey, who will arrango for a supply at ouco Ihrough tho local storekeeper. — Advt. Yankee Poodlo Tobacco increased its yearly aaloovec IQQ por cent. 'Why was Jhia. You try it and too* Sobe Eyu ! ! Beyond doubt ^tounm,a Impciual Ete Oistmknt i^ atiH the safent, speediest and b«t reinndy in oxistence. For otflr fifty years it has worked re.illy mar vellous cures in thtso colonic.', rh tcstimoniafa will abow. Kvcry household ia adiis»»d to keen a supply always on hand, and immediately apply it when weakness or aoreneoii is felt through dunt, beat, Hies, exposure to heat or cold, exce»6itfo reading or writiujf, &c., and ^hus save further trouble and exrtetiae. Avoid all imitations and bubslitute^ nflornd in placo of this valuable Ointment. Having stood tho joverest teat ol time, no family cau afford to be without it Bold everywhoro iu pot*, 2a., containing sufficient for si...
THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (SUNDAY EXCEPTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to p.m. daily. (SUK1-AYH EXOKKTFD.) For the transition of business, receipt and deliveries of rcgi»tored loltors, salo of stamps, and ordinary* deliverios of corro3pondcnco, in addition to tho morn* ing end afternoon deliveries by lelter carrier doily, (Thursday and Saturday oxoeptel, whon no afternoon delirory is ma|Jo.) in tho caso of lato arrival cf mails, 30 minutes delivery will bo given up to 8 p.m., after which hour no furthor postal business will bo done, although orgeat: cases of applications for dettera may bo attended lo at tho insido or 'Monoy Order* windoV. provided such does not interfere with Iho telegraphic businoifl up to 10 p.m. Sua day. A delivery, of ono hour of ordinary correspondence is given, viz— 9.30 to 10 a.m.
THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
THE MAILS. ARP.IVAL3 Suyo.vT. Prow Melbourne, Eobaca, Booligal Iranboe and abroad, 0.30 a.m. From Melbourne, Adclaido, Broken Hill' and abroad, 9 a.m. From Wontworth & Monindie, 9 a.m. Mokday. i From Sydnoy, 'Melbourne, Cobsr, aud ; abroad, 6,30 a.m. [ Frco) Queensland, Tibooburra Mil parinka, Yandarln, and Whito Cliftsf I 12.30 p.m. I From Bourko Louth and Tilpa, 5, p.m. i From Queensland Wansaring and Paroo, 6 a.m. Tuesday, Xo mails. Wkdnesdat. From Adclaido, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From Wonlworth & Menindio, 0 a.m. Thursday. From Sydney. Melbourne, Cobar, And abroad, 0 HO a.m. From Queensland, Tibooburra, Milpa rinka, Yandarln, and Whito Cliffs, 12.80 p.m. . From Gnaltn, Nctallio, and Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. Friday. From Sydney, Melbourne, Jlourko, Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. SATUnniT. From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 s.m. DEPARTURES Monday; l\ir illenlnOlu and Wenlwurtli, lo n.nt. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourno, aud abroad, 3 p.m. For Ivanhoe, Boolif...
POLICE COURT. (Before Mr E. O'Donnell, J.P.) THURSDAY, MARCH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
POLICZ COUftT. [?] (Ceforo Mr K. O*l)on:-f!l, .f.P-x. Tlmmas Kelly, hr-fiiy frr-«n th^ p'-» J Rnmaiuled until the Gth in-t. f.»r tho pr^luc. tion of evidence. Patrick Bray, drunk in Reid-otret*f, aU raonUhrd and discharged. FniDAT. ManJi C. I (Before Mmr* E. O'Donnell and D. N. Morrison, JsP. Thnmns Knily, stealing from the peraonv From tin? evidence it appeared that accused had Iwn knocking about tho hotels with one Patrick Bmy, ntnl when bo had got Bray drunk ilccoyed him to ono of tho lanes- and ea?ed him of his ca*h. Untortunatcly for tho accused bo was scon in tho act by two wit n esses, and consequently convicted nnd penU-nced to aix months' hard, labor. The Boneh remarked that they woro sorry they could not make tho sontonco heavier.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
CRICKET. The cricket match between toams chosen by' Meat™ Avpyard and Patterson waa concluded on Wednesday last, and resulted In a win^for tho forraor team bv 84 runs. . ' Following aro the ucores ;? . c AvEYAim'a Team. : [; First Innings ,, .. ...iHO .- Socond Innlnga. '? . Dovine, c Piko, b Patterson . , ? ? 5 i Luidlaw, b Marriott .. .. ~ ..,-12 Avsyard, c sub.. bMarriott .. ?_ 7 T. otovonson, b Patterson . . .. 1 Mullen, o O'Conn^ll, b Marriott . . 4 Parker, o Pike, b Patterson . . . .14 Sindel, b Patterson . . . . . ? . ? .*.* ? 3 Miller, b Patterson . . . . ?? ^,. 0 Stewart, o O'Connoll, b Marriott. . - . I O. Stovenson, o Pike, b Marriott 0 Campion, not out ., .. . . .. .., 0 Sundrios ? ? 0 Total .. : ... 3 pATCTUteev's Teax. ? i First Innings . . .. .. ^66. , . Seoond Innings. ? Allen, runout .. ? ? .i 31 Pike, o Mullen, b Aveyard .. 19 j .Graoo, o Aveyard, b Mullen ? . ' , . 0 | BnulMhaw, b Mullen . 5t Pattsxson, b Avevard .. . . ,.v 4 j Marriott, l.b.w., b Aveyard .. ? l! ...
THE WOULD RUNS AWAY FROM US. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
TTIE WORLD It AW AY FROM j us. Tho othor day we hnd a t%lk with a mm who know a? Utile of Iho world around him a« a baby. Yet ho wat a of naturally fine intcll'ir^ncc, he had just benn relieved from prison. Ten years ago ho wa« inuarrerated under n lifo peotenoe. 'Recently, however, cireum. stance* hid arisen which proved h)B innocence, and ho obtained his freedom. Dal nothing seemed before. Ho had been stationary while the world moved do. Many of his old friends wero dead, and all vere changed. A. big *lico of hi* careor was lost, and worso lhan lost. Could ho ever make it up ? No, never. B«tide», although he had committed no offence, tbe mcro fact that ho had beon eoneieted of one. would olwaya place him at a disadvantage. Different as it is in all outward con ditions long illnce* produces result* which resembles (bono of enforced tolUado, When confined lo our homo* by disease we aro virtoally oot of tho world. Friendi may, and do, pity n« ; but they. do not lio down by our side a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
CLEMENTS TONIC nAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME. IS NOT A QUACK NOSTRUM . BUT A RELIABLE PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION' POSITIVELY CURES INDIGESTION. NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, GENERAL DEBILITY. LIVER AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT. READ THIS CASK ' Mr. W. R. Welsh, Pino Valley Uotel, Cnoma, N. S. W., who writes on May IStfa, 18M I havo suffered tovcroly for tbo last thrpo yoara with fovcro bilious attacks, headache, naorca, pains in the stomach, sleeplessness, losa of appetito nnd energy, etc. Reading ind hearing nuinueh abr.ut tho curw porformed by Clements Tonic aftor otnor rom o flips failing, I resolved to try a battle or two. Finding relief from tho very first, I resolved to Rivo it a fair U*t, nnd continued taking it until I had u*od toven or eight bottles, and I am happy to say it entirely cured inn cf thn alxivo comphiinti. I am art welt now ovor I havo been in iny life. If thtx letter is of any bonefit to you you aro ut liberty t-» give it ovory publicity. — I remain, ytmrn f-iucorely. W, R, Welsh...
CRICKET. The Intercolonial Match. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
CRICKET, Tlio Intercolonial Match. HVDNKV. Wkcn-t-.sdvy. Tho intercolonial cridknt mnlrh, Now South W«los r. South A uctriilia, iv.is ooncludod to-day. Witli ono wicket down for lO.'i runs in tlu'ir soer»nd inninpi, and rrqutrinq 70 niovo vn^ to win, JrcJnlo (40) and Donunn (31) rosumod tho buttinir on behalf of Now South Wales. Thrso two bntsmon put on tho required nuntlnr of run?, Irednlo increasing his Rcoro'to 8U nnd , Donnnu to 07, tho sundries accounting \ for tho remainder. Tho match was thus won by Now South Wales by nino wickots. By tho result of this match tho Sheffield Shield comes into tho posacHsion of this colony for tho . first timo. i
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
BREVITIES. Mercandool— Morcantilo. Ejc-Mb.L.A. aro off to Goolgardio and ' tho Wost. IC.C.M.G. II. Roid— as suio us futo. ! And doesn't ho 6milo ? ' Isorr rending : i,In forma pauperis ' — i 'Tip up your forty sniyings.'- - ? Fivo por ccnt. of tbo populutiou of , N.3.W. aro Js.P. Still tho population of N.S.W. is bnr doned with 9 por cont. of civil, servants. Tho country is papered with tho land and incotno tas proposal forms. I So far tho offorts ro tho boot trade disputo havo boon bootless. - An onormous nmnber of outries. for tho Royal Agricultural Show woro booked whon tho gcuoral entries closed on Tuesday. A sorum euro for typhoid has boon discovered at tho Pasteur Instituto at Paris. By tho way, this terrible disease is very prevalent in'Xf.sJ.W. Tho Boors* bolinf that Dr. Jameson will bo punished by Great Britain i* touching— vory. Attorney-General Want will bo 'thy Premior^ locum tcncne whilst G. II. It. goos over tho horring pond to fetch his decoration. Tho Daily Telegraph...
Australian Eleven v. Rest of Australia. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
Australian Eleven v. Rest of Australia, SYDNEY, Friday. Tho tost match betweon tho Aus tralian Eleven nnd a team rcprosonting tho Host of Australia wns commenced to-day at Sydnoy. (Slckat- Ground, in tlio' p'roaonco oi a good attondanco of spectators. Tho woathor was fino and warm, but rain which foil during tho night afTectod tho wicket to some extont. MoDonuell captainod tho Rest of Australia toam, while TI.Trott led the Australian lilevon. McDon noll won tho toss, and aftor iuspuctiug the ground doeided to bat. A start waB mado at 20 miuutospast 12, Lyons and Bruco opening to tho bowling of McKibbeu aud Jones. Lyons scored at a groat pace, putting up 23 runs in a fow minutes. He was thon dis missed with a good catch by Darling. Thirty thus wero mado oft two ovors from McKibbin. Aftor Lyons' dis missal, Bruco was the only other batsman who appeared to bo ablo t - play tho bowliug. tho team being all diamiased for 117 runs. Tho Auatralian Eleven mado a bad start in opening thoir in...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
SPOKTING* HEWS. *C«iv Eolith Wales bent South Ati-[raliH by nine wfolcln. A Con'inr.linn 'Iropjjod half his inino nvor ii recoiit biif r:ic;*. . When Lyonn tvas bowlpil for n 'dnck' bin reiniir'.: wa* unprinl:»hl«». will 1k- fthowu to Clem IliU :t'i.l iho youJi^ster may yot bo No. M. If Auraria goes throogh tho Victorian rsMiir c:»r^ival ^bo will be ?ccn at tho ll;in-hvit;k Autunm Meeting. Sydney street* were blocked aguin owing to tho cricket wore* being portfd -»y iho Tticyraph nnd a Gcorgu-ftveet shopkeeper. An evening paper says 11 Pardon* covero«l tho mile in 2mm. 2*ec«. dead.' What in tho name of fortuno would ho do if ho wero aliro. Whon Tom Oarrott had given up oil hopo of Hcpurating Darling and Hill, ho took tho ball himself and eloan bowled tho Soulh Auntralinn dasher, who had compiled 121. Opening of the cricket matah, with apolo iries to Lyons nnd Leak, ?' TwoL*^ there arc. Two L'e thero bo, who couldn't ocoro a blaming D — . Tho Adolaido cyclist, Frank S. Toms, lowered ...
V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 7 March 1896
V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE. Thitbsda y. The third day's racing in connoctiun with ! tho V.B.C. Autonin Meeting' took plaoa to-day at Flcmington, and resulted as fol lows : — ; Hurdle Racc.— Regent, l; Grati«no, 2; Bingara, 3. Ifftidon Stake', —O'Tnggor, .1 ; Eachan* tor, 2 ; Il'jhcuter, 3. Champion Raco.— Quiver antl Wallaoa u dead heat for firHt place, Preston third. Time, 5 minutes 23£*econda, tho. Auatralian record for three miles. Tho atruggle bo tween Wallace aad Quircr from tho homo turn to tho judge's hex ia described as ono of the greatest exhibition* of courage and de termination ever seen on a racocourto. Tho owners dtvidod tho stake*. AutumuHandicap.— Disfigured, 1; Dream land, 2 ; Trentham, 3. Noraory Handicap.— Saylee, 1 ; Veloec/2 ; Tbunder Qaeon, 3. River Handicap. — Wabinc, I ; Idolater, 2 ; Acton, 3. Tub Coolgardio correspondent of a Sydnoy paper eay.-i:— In borne things West Australia is not too slow, aud I cUim this for a place on tho rccord lint. At S a.m. Talgh Mah...
SPORTING. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
SPOTTING. BVI)NET. TccsniY. IUuivor is top weight for tho Sydney Cap with 0.9, Jlnvoc being weighted at i).0, Disligurod 9.5, Nobleman P. 1, Tho Haivpstor nnd Delaware 0.0, Wnlinco 8.12, Ciuillonger and Dream land 8.10, AV*«torfall 8.7, tho othora % rnnirinc down to Slumhor 6.7. F«r ^ tho Doscastor Handicap Disfigured * heads the list with 0.0, Delaware 0.8, $ iSobleman 0.7, Conrnllio 0.3, 'Whota- '£ wjitoa 0.1, Challongor 9.0, AVntorfall aid Kulhitinn 8.12, with tho others down to Ji.iluncc G.7. ?i MELBOURNE, Trr.sruT. J The priza money for tho CnulGeld o Cup hns been increased to £2.000.