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IRISH SUPERSTITION. A BOY SUSPECTED OF EVIL SPIRITS. HACKED TO PIECES BY HIS RELATIVES. LONDON, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

IRISH SUPERSTITION. A HOY SUSPECTED OF EVIL SPIRITS. HACKED TO TIKCES I1Y HIS ? - ltELA'i'lYES. LONDON', Makou 0. A family of four persons ia County ' Woatmeath, Ireland, bolioving that a son of ono of them was surrounded by evil spirits, nttiicUcd nnd litorally hocked him to pieces. Tho partios concoruod in tho shook- - ins nffi'r 'wero amsted uftor n groat .strugglo.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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TAXATION IN FRANCE. THE INCOME TAX PROPOSALS. LONDON, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

TAXATION IN FRANCE. THE INCOME TAX TOOfOSALS. LONDON, JTabch 8. Tho Fronch Budget Committee liavo dotormined to roject any iucomo tax baBed on aggregate receipts, which they regard as involving ro.iatious inquiries. Tho' Committee havo asked for a now ccheme bnaed on nn *oquitablo nBses3mont.

Publication Title: Western Grazier
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LATE CABLE NEWS. British and Foreign. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. THE SITUATION SERIOUS. A CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES DEMANDED. LONDON, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

LiTE CABLE KEWS. BriUuIi nn-J tTot-olpn. [from oun owm coaanflroXPnNTfl.] ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. THE SITUATION SEBIOUS. A CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES ? DEMANDED. LONDON, March «. Genorftl Baldisscrn, tho now Italian commandant in Abyssinia, roports that tho situation is very serious. Fifty Italian cities Imvo protosted ogainst the continuanco of hostuitios with Abyssinia, and demanded poaeo. Tho rwont dofoat of tho Italian fomea in Abyssinia formed tho subjoct of n heatod dobnto in tho Italian Chamber of Doputies. Such n Bconn of disorder occurrcd that tho Trcaidont adjourned tho sitting. Tho Opposition iemandod tho recall of tho troops from Abyssinia, and tho impoaphmont of tho Ministry. ITjiwm 9. Tho Italian losses in tho rocont battle in Abyssinia woro 7000 Tvljito troops, a million rillo . nnd 5000 artil lery cartridges, S000 CKles^nnd 10,000 rifles. Tlio Shonnn Idlled .and muti lated tho wounded. A number of Itolian officbrs inado their cscapo. It is feared that Italy will lie com p...

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A DISASTROUS FIRE. SEVENTY-ONE PERSONS KILLED. LONDON, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

A DISASTROUS FIRu. SEYENTY-ONE PEKSOXS KILLED. I.oxno:;, JtArcn.8. A disnslrmis /iro lias nceiirrcd at Knitowit.T, in Silesia, resulting in 71 persons being Wiled.

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THE SPANISH NAVY. ADDITIONAL CRUISERS TO BE PURCHASED. LONDON, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

THE SPANISH NAVY. ADDITIONAL CltUISEES TO BE PURCHASED. LOSDOX. aUnni B. The Spauisli Government is en deavoring to purchase four fast cruisors - from England. ?

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PARCELS MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

! PARCELS MAIL. The samo as rogtstered mailt. . J. It. HOLDING, Postmaster.

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REGISTERED MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

REGISTERED MAILS Close in hour prior to departuro. I When mails leave beforu 9 am, regis. | tration eloios 6 p.m. the previous day.

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TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

TIME. Standard Timo is observed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

If yon cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea' In your dtstriot, write loD. Mitchell & Co., Clarence fitrect, Sydney, who will orrantjo for a supply at onoo through the local storekeeper. — Advt. Yankoo I5ood!o Tobacco increased its yearly aale oTor 100 por cent. Why waa this. Tou try it and eco.* Sonn Ktes ! ! Be.vcnd doubt Morris's iKPtntAt Etr Ointment in still tho safeat, speediest nnd best romody in existence. For orer fifty ye.ira it haa worked really mar vcllona curcs in theao colonies, a* trulinmni.-dn will show. Erary household ia advised to keen o supply always on hind, and trnm^diaMy apply it when weakness or sorenoa* is felt thtnucch dost, heat, flics, esjv^urc to heat or cold, cxecsaivn reading or writing, &c., and thn* aaro further trnnblo and expense. Avoid all imitation* and Kubatitatcs offered in place ot thia raluablo Ointmnnt. Having etood the p©*«te»t test of tiine, no family can afford to bo without it. Sold ovcrywhore io potc, 2s.f containing sufficient forai...

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"AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACK" (COPYRIGHT.) BY J. D. HENNESSEY. Author of " The Dis-Honorable," "Wyanum White's Wickedness," &c. (The right of publishing this Novel in the Wilcannia District has been purchased by the Proprietors of the Western Grazier. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

'AN AUSTRALIAN BUSH TRACK ' (COPTIUGBT.) ? : 'BY J. D. HENNESSEY, Author of 'The Dis-Honnrable,' 'Wynau«\ Wbito's WickedoeW &o. (The rioht of puhlithiny this Kavd in the TFiTmnnla District hat Veen purchased I'J \ the Proprietors of the Wcsicm Grazier,; ' | CHAPTER IX— Continued. Next morning Dorna tvs* awakejhed ' ?OOQ ftftor it w«« lirjht by one- of her i sitter*. 1 'Donlal Dorn*.'' ' Ob, bother the cows !' eteUimed ' Dorna, half awake ; ' get Mr Hartley lo so down nnd milk for me ; he known 1 bow to do most things. and bo will no donbt p! rip them drv»and then capsize th-» bucket and apill the milk.' 'Dorna, wake up! tbo old man's .baolr/\ 'Yon don't sny so 1'* cried Dorua, at onre nronsing herself; ' wh*ro ishpp' 'That** what we can't find out, but the GadQy is at the wharf, so ho is ?omewhoro about.' 'All right, I'll come; hot mind, yoo inont look out for ?quail*.' 'With 6trong- shoes on, ond Meat print dres*. Dorna was soon with her «ister« at the yard*. The saddlr hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

GRAND SALE. j To-Day, S7o-3ay. j T7* O'DOXXKLTi & CO. will sell hv j lli. Publio A'lftion *t tbo M»n, ' TO DAY.^at 2 30 *h«rp— ! I'URNITOltK nf all kinds, viz Tablo#, Chairs, V/afh*laml- sn 1 Ware, Linolenm: and Carpet, Picture*. Rttds— doubla and single. Bedding. Sofas. P-ncy Goods nnd Jiriok a-brau Drapery Seed Whoat, Fionr, Pollard Onts, Rico. &n., Sir. BugRies, Dray*, Spring Cart* Waggonettes and Harness, »fee., Ltc. E. O'DOXNELL & CO., Auctioneers. The Cosmos Photo Co. Aro Oloiing thoir Ettablisliment ON THURSDAY, tho 12th ImUnt. Spocial offer for Til RE K DATS ONLY — 10tb, 11th nnd 12lh.— Sis Cabluots And ono Threo-quarter Lifo Sizo Pormanont, Enlargement 1 for 10a. Roll up at ouoo. All outstanding acconnt* mast bo paid forthwith. ? G. KiyCFT, Manager. 'BAKER & HARRIS,' ^ W. DAKER J. E. HARRIS (lato c t bw»Iwell\fc DaVer) TAILORS nod CLOTHIERS, Opposite Alhenroum — lieid. street. All orders promptly attended lo. Firslclsflt workmanship— stylo an...

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MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

MAILS CLOSE Thirty minutes beforo departure. Late loiters may bo posted op to with* in 15 mintifei of departure, provided they bear tho lato feo of 2d oxtra.

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THE POST OFFICE. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

THE POST OFFICE. I Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Sundays Excepted.) For tho transaction of business, receipt and deliveries of regittored loiters, salo of stamps, and ordinary deliverios of corrospondenco, io addition to the morn* ing and afternoon deliveries by letter, carrier daily, (Thursday and Satorday whon no afternoon dolirerv it made.) In tho caso of lato arrival of mnil*. 30 minotesdehyory will bo given up to 8 p.m., after which hour no further postal business will bf- done, although urgont ecsos of applications for letters may bo attended to nt tho insido or j 'Monoy Order' windov. provided such doos not interfere with tho telographiq | bu«in«ts up to 10 p.m( 1 | Sunday. | | A dolirrry of one hour of ordiuary | 1 correspondence is given, viz— 9.30 to 10 a.m. |

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DEPARTURES MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

DEPARTURES Monday. For Menindio and Went^ortK, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourno, and abroad, ft p.m. For Ivanhoe, Booligal, Hay and Echuca, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday, For Tilpi, Louth, and Bourke. 10 a.m. For Cobar, Sydney, Melbourne, and abroad, $ p.m. Wednesday. For TVIiito Cliffs, Yandarlo, Milpa rinka, Tibooburra, and Quoensland, 8 a.m. For Phroo, Wanaaring and Queensland, 3 p.m. Thuiwday. i^or Menindie and Wontworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Molbourno, and abroad. 3 p.m. For £obar, Sydnsy, Molbourno, and abroad, 5 p.m. Friday. No despatches, Saturday. or White Cliffs, Yandarlo. Milpi rinka, Tibooharra, nnd Quoensland also CurparJo, Nefallie, Gnaltn, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, nnd abroad, 8 am. For Tilpa, Louib, d3ourke, Sydnoy and abroad, 10 a.m. For Cobar, Sydney, Melbourne and abroad, o p.m.

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THE MAILS. ARRIVALS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

THE MAILS. ARRIVALS Sunday. Frow Melbourne, Kclinca, Booligal ItAnhoe and abroad, 0,710 a.m. From Melbourne, Adclaido, Broken Ilill* and abroad, 0 a.m. From 'Wcntworth & Monindie, 9 a.m. Monday. # From Sydney, Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, 0.30 a.m. From Queensland, Tiboohurra Mil parinka, Yandarlo, ond TVhito Cliffs, 12.:}0 p.m. From IJourko Louth and Tilpa, 5 p.m. From Queensland Wansaring and Paroo, 6 a.m. Tuesday, No mails. Wednesday. From Adelaide, and Broken Hill, 9 a.m. From WentwortU ^Mcnindie,0 a.m. Thursday. From Sydney. Melbourne, Cobar, and abroad, G .10 a.m. From Queensland, Tibooburra, Milpa rinka, Yandarlo, and Whito Cliffs, 12.80 p.m. From Gnalla, Nctallio, nnd Cuparlo, 12.30. p.m. FbidaY. From Srdney, Molbourno, Bourko, Louth | and Tilpa, 5 p.m. Satuhday. I From Sydnoy, Melbourne, Cobar and abroad, 6,30 a.m.

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

CONCERT. On Monday evening a very successful con cert wan rendered beforo a largo audience nt tho Wesleynn Church. Tho Rev. F. nyncs presided and the following item* were contri buted with good effect : — Sengs: 'Tlio Arab's farewell tohissteed,' Mr Hopkins; ' Jessie's dreaiu.' Mrs Mclnncs : 11 Tlio Flower Girl,' Mivn ICflly ; tkThe lessons I learned at mn'Jior'str.M ' \tr H fnP the eneorg ho r.-ccivcd, a rocitation ; ' Swcot Goneviovo.' Mrs Trennery ; ** Tho snow thnt hu«hoth all,' ^fis^ Holding; 'Tho men of narlech,' ifr Wisemun ; 'Tho pong that reached my h«art' (cacored), Mr Goodwin, who tlKU f.an;j '* Radon,' nnd later in iho evening, ' Only ahomelcrji waudering child,' and with Miss Roso tho duets, 41 Very sus picion*' {encored) and 'Tho Gip-y Coun« tc«' ; 'Tliy voice i* near,' Misi lioio ; ' Away to tho mountai-j'rt brow,' Mr Todd. A company of boya nnd girl* from tho public school gave, under tho oonduetorphip f^f the head master, tbo ' Canadian Boat Swig'* and ?? Bles^eil i...

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FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

FASHION NOTES. ' j (Br Blitiibkll.) Soreral of tho Sydnoy shops haro been putting on now fronts lately. Tho whole of King-streot. oppowito tbo arcade, is now pro teotod from tho weather by verandahs, aud at tbo eorncr turning into Georgo-street, ^hcro Nicliolson's muslo warchoaso' iisod to bo, a now shop has opened np, with wmao very nieo novelties in tho window. Hero I Raw a 'Trills .Wl» rtrrnr^l r^«nV broohtr, wita foil front, rid fastening being Yinible, and really differlng*-or^ 'little from tho oniinary blouso— bat, a*;nluao it every thing to somo people.' Tho latest for tennis wear is n jerwy, with no fastening at all, tho wholo is pat over tho hoad, with just suCloient oponing for tho he.*ul to go through, and fairly largo alcoves. A silk bnndkrrchief is knotted sailor fashion round tho neck. These jersors havo a dark grouud with tho colors of tbo clnb woven into it. The ono I saw was of doop rod, with yellow strlpesjwoven above tho waist and round tho sleeves. Thoy would be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

If you cannot obtain ' My in Tea' in your district, write to 7). Mjtohsl! ft Co., Clarence . street. Sydney, wh'6*will arrango for usupnly ; at oactrthrough tho'locatstorokcepoc. — Advt. : Mrs. McLENNAN~ Breasniatoir and Blilliuer, RGiP«3TE:Lnr. . . - . , N%»it Stone A Corney's WlinleAoty Stoio.. 1 OrdoM promptly a!trn'i?d I''.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOSPITAL REPORT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOSPITAL REPORT. TO Till: EDITOn OP THE WESfCn.^ OOAZIT5K. I Sir,-— Our attention having been drawn j to ccrtain inacoanioics in tho stato- ] roent of* receipt* and oxpendituro In tho printed roport of tho Wilcannia Hospital for : tho past year, beneath which our nrfmes appear «* auditors ; wo dosiro t» sUito that 'tho statement signed bj' us \ca* correct. Tho Hospital authorities can con firm this statement.'- Your* faithfully, A. J. KiAu. L:;wi* Downs. . Wilcannia, 0th March, 189u.

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CRICKET. The Test Match SYDNEY, MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896

CRICKET, Tho Tost ( Match. RY1-X'RY . I Tlio test cnclcnt maU^h, Australian Elovon v. Kent of Australia, waft to sumod tO'dny nt th-* Sydney Onckot Ground. Thoro wero about 9000 spectators present, nnd tho takings nmountea to £ouu. j.iio Kent of Australia toam, wh'o woro hatting when play coasod on Saturday, con tinued thoir second innings, carrying tho ncoro to 355. Tlio Australian | Eloven, requiring 243 runB to win, then corameocoti batting, nnd nt tho j closo of tho day's play had two wiuketo 1 down for 112, Darltug being not out 74 and Iredalo not out L TtTETOAT,.. Tho tost match was concluded to day, boing won bv tho Australian Elovon by two wiclcota after a most exciting gamo. Hoavy rain fell last night, which rondored tho wicket soft aud bumpy, and tho bowlore had ovorything in thoir favor. Gregory was tho ouly batsman who played tho bowling with confidence, and thoro can bo not tho slightest doubt that hiB pationt and storlmg batting was in strumental in winning tho match. ...

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