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A LUCKY SPECULATION. ADELAIDE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
A LUCKY SPECULATION. ADELAIDE, TiniroiV. -v it is rumored that tho Procptior.(Mr Kingj?ton) J^as made over £30,OQOLout ^of'his shore in a- uumbor;of^Kist .Auajraliacu Raines which '. JiavoK]}t^o = ;soId (o Kj'JtiSh'buyors. , V . Juloe Ei:ni)non inu?J Imvo «Ujj»jfored 'his judicial co-l«uguc« by lating notice in open J at-urt of anooyiooun ranipiuolcitlfin# to liiia v jfogfirJIug a ca-o tbon pror^Sdhijf. Tho rule alwu/a been to i^ijp.re 8 n'ch letters. J WooLhas npwartl tendcticy on tho fevA London inoiXet, ,Trhioh is a consolation lo ';i3iX$.ti6li&rMFscd Jundo^vrare at thU junutuw. ' ^ * ^Tan Koliedaleoufl Government aro paporlny ooantiy with diranc (axatir.^ fojiaa. -:'^S-??)i,il5downero acd 11 Incair.era ' nr© now ox-' j lenoing a reason °fdieoonU.at. . r
V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
V.R.C. RACES. s MELBOURNE. Satucday. Tlio V.R.C. Autumn Mccithjr wa- con cln«iC*l to-dflj at Fk-mln^ton, rc»alt« boing ns follow : — AU^Ajfcd Stakcv — Hotr, i ; Ncwbaven, 2; llro, 3. IVo-yonr'OiiIStaicjp.— Cyndut, 1 ; Spend thrift, '2 : SilvorlocV*. 3. TIhoo Handfcap.— 'Wftrralnt, 1 ; Enchan ter, 2 ; Cliestcrman, 3. Stcep!cch:mo.— Grandwinr, I ; QaioVlijiht, 2 ; St«tilctroll, 3. . . I^-.h Plntc. — IFova, ? i ; ? QuiTer, 2; O'Triggcr, 3. Farewell Handicap. — noraespun, 1: Laura, 2 ; Solanom, 3. -
Changes in the Australian Team. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
Changes In tho Australian^Team. SYnXKY. YiiU, Tumor nnd Kelly have been added tu the Australian' team to visit Kughtud, voplariog Johna and Harry. . '* lX'MDAT, G^uerrjl satUfactuiti is expressed at tun clianges effected in tliu personnel of tho Australian Eleven. A meeting of tho toam waa hold lost night, whea an' ngreomonfc of a tnr^t drastic and completo kiad wnft disputed at considorr.blo long th. Tho agreement will not, how'oror, bo signed till tho toam roaches Melbourne. Tho selection committoo havo agreed to tho changes in tho toam.
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THAT BREAK THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From Our Corrr.«pondent.) TOST nilEAK TRR IlEOOBD. % Tho confcrnnfo of Promierw whlrh hn been | rittmjr in 3j-1nny has -broken tbo reoord. I nm not ruferrin^r to tho uplondid lnnnh or Iho , other arrunffpment«m«l© for their reception I although tin* tnttlo of pryinj? ffofips lendn | ono to beiievo tlint douuhty deed* wt»r-» dono j in thil dirw.finn aI«« l.nf tn thft nptiml wnrlf ! performed. On the fln-t day, in addition to receiving tho hojpiralitien njentioned, a frco and^ eaxy dUeu.Mlon took plnco on tho subjects to l-o herenftcr decided. Oit-. tlio second dny, an jiK*'oement was arrived at on 1'ciloral Defence, Ocean Coast IjightH, Unde«irablo Immigration, tho Japan, eno Treaty, Federal Quarantine and Federa tion. This, for ono dayV work, i* not easily beaten. It is worthy to tako rank beside tho achievement of tho !*ew douth Wales Psrlia. inont in its last wsston which cptabli«hod Frootrade, Direct Taxation, and Ciril Servico ltoform, bosides a quantity of e...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, March 10. (Before Messrs O'Donnell and Stanbury, JsP) [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 11 March 1896
POLICE COURT. Tcsbpat, March 10. (Before Mnsari O'DonnoIl nnd Stnnburr. J.tp) Tho following ewea wcro dl^cposcd of :~ Edward Bricrly, drunk in Roid-etreet, 20s or seven days. William Smith, drunk in Hcul-ntrcct', ad monwbed and dischargrd.- Making uso of insulting lungungo with intent ta provoko a breach of tho peace, flncd 20s qr seren dfij*». Wiliinm Allen, riottiun bbbnvionr in Rpid. I 10a or throo dnys:'tiatag obncone lanpnago in Reid-streot, 20s, or «o*cn days. Itichord Simona, riotous behaviour in Rcid streot, 10« or threo dcy«.' Wm. Matthews, -Vra. A*bmnn, John Harris, William Turner, . Joshua Albert Dcnloy, and Henry Blaekcr wore each fined lOaondcoete 4s lOd, lev^ and dibtreos, or three day« for rerooyinff timter frorn Crown Lands without being tbo holders of liconscx 1 as required by tho Act. ' , . .Pullco v. Geo. Donaldson, keeping oxplos ?ires at an unauthorised' placc.' * Mr Bit-.by, instructed by Mcasra Cnpe, Kent and G alien', of Pydney, appeared to watch tbo case on ...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
r B3EVITIES. Th« Daily !Ptut entjes beennio tho daily portioned ef.Hca. Tha* ' diiln't know it wmp loaded' Jjvcr is h dirp:iH.» no d'cU?r date tackle. The l onouf contention with thf public ro tho «o-»t|y (?.mIunnioL« of - Pixnuois' JiyUu ?' !' Johti Kidd, Vo?«t^j:\»tcr Gone nl ' I aimi »i .. i . . , .i ? ? ? ? ? ..r.vj ..1 I aud hanging uutmdu thu G.P.O. | Tho fringo of Svduoy ' S.itueoUy ' — Iho etraw-hat biigad'o on the of tho pdvomont. A fabulously rich mnn in Sydnoy d»ta down overy penny by spends immodiatoly it leaves his pocket, Tho PadJington municipality is known us tbo '? whifiky ' ward. It includes an Aldormau -Umoc- and au AJdoriuan Walker. Intevcolonial ConfiToncos.— Autumnul holiday ' a l'Hob.-irt,' und a picnic to the gforit cricket mutch at Sydney. Bunnies from Australia are roulising al cach in England. To-tnoirow thoy rnay-bo a glut in the tnaikot, ijo thocablo ia m!tfloadin£. Tho Flood orftuto is settled nt h»--t. Peoplo will surely now bo sulisfi.'d Unit Sit Henr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
' IMITATION ;- is lite V SIN CK K EST VI .ATTKUY.' . The arliclc* most imitated arn ' . CLEMENTS TON1,0 and - ri.KTCIIRR'.i PILT/J. WHY? BECAUSE they have the*h«*i, reputation nnd are roust in demand by ifio public, con sequently* every dMiou'»i trader. tries to trndu on their fame and tcm.u'a. It is really wonderful iSut; the - AustndUn peoplp are »o alow to we tha truth' a« regard* the unscrupulous quackj- .'and ' charlatan* who prey mi the credulity of the Aii'tralhn puhlic. Scar-yly a wrnk eu'r'|i«w* t»nt . uh*t the prcsi'expoKes thn barefJctd and shameful practices of ttome of th**) hrtrtm*; yet, in face nf all they.scem tn thrive. aod(-th«. pajmr who. hotindstheui down must thritea fullest mi thoir advertisement* Hud critics . champagne over- each balance-shect. Cempnts Tonic nnd Fhtchcr'r Tills have noTe^yct'stnopad to deception and odsrcpreiuuUttuu. ' Tbey aro scieutiGo therapeutical 3?«nU»*nnd evidence as to their valuo.cati found.' in every dis trict, and such thiing tho &...
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
Tho Rlvora. | Tba following ohowo the hcighta of tlo riven abovo eummor level at tho undcrman lionod plabbs at 9 a.m. yesterday ' ? ? ' TM DATOJHO. Mungnndi ICft 7in falling Collaronabri ? 17ft *lh falling MogQ Mogil ............ ICft '3in rising Wiugott— Barwou ...... 27ft lOln rising *'Do. ,v Namoi ? 20ft Oia rising Qoodooga.. .. .' ? 5ft 2in rising ! Browarnnu ? ? 12ft llin rising Bonrke ? ? ? 18ft Itin rising Louth ? ? 25ft 3in rising Tilpa ? ? 23ft 7in rising Wucannla ? ? 2Mt ftln rising ? ? ? ? ? 19/t Sin atatny P6oncaiio ? ? 18ft G|in 'falling Woatworth ? ? ? *-ft 9m rising ** * 'TR KOaaAY. Albniy./ ? .'???' ? * 1°^ Bekoaa ..,...; ? Ht 8m falling Swa&HiB ; . ? ? ? Ift 2ln falling Boston' ? ? ? ? 6ft 3ini atatnw
Shipping News. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
rr— » t ? ? ? ? : — phlppln^ Notoi* Wilc&nnla. — Decoy arrived upstream on Wednesday. - Undaunted loft npatream on ?iTbursday. ? v * Ti'pa.— 'Pilot left «J'-wn«tream on Thurs day night/'.' ' : lioalh.r-'PlcTPnce Annio arrived upstream ycaferday. ' ? Slonlndie. -'-Emily Jano left upstream oa Thursday.' ' P*oticarfc. — Moira loft upstream on W®d neaday. Wentworth.— K«oma arrived from Morgan on Tburaday.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
CRICKET. A lxtom natch waa eoiumenool on Wed nesday aftorioon lost between trams cbuion by McdAra Aveyard nnd Patterson. Tho former's team went to the wickets first and wcra all disposed of for 6G run3. At tho closo of the play ratteraon'H team had four wickets down for 68. Appended aro the scores : — AvzTAto'a Team— Fir*t Iiminga. Miller, c O'Connoll, b Patterson ' . . 5 Holleti, b P«ttorwm ;. . . . .. 23 Laidlaw. o Patterson.' b Marriott . . 4 Aveyard, o Tiko, b Marriott . . . . 4 T. Steronaon, run out. . .. ..2 8towart;*c Btuvrn', h Ewvn . . . . 12 CAtnpipn, r Pike, b Marriott .. ..0 Slndol, b Murriult ' . . . . ,2 Holding,' c Marriott, b Ewcn , . ... 1 Kolton, not out .. .. ... 0 Loogaon. run out ... - ... . . 0 Sundries' , '... #. ..4 --Total .. . . , . . GG pATTMtsbif'a TKAii—Firat Inuings. Allen, o Sindel, b Stevenson , . . . 22 Pike, b Mullen .. 15 Rraddhaw, not out .. .. : . 3 Wtiraa, b-Storcnson . . . . . . 0 Paftertfon, b Stereuson .. .. 0 Ewen.notout .. .. ..21 Sundries ...
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
THE POST OFFICE. Open from 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Susdays Excepted.) For the transaction of buainrcs, receipt and deliveries of rogistored loiter*, *aio of stamp*, and ordinary deliveries of correspondence, in addition to the morn iug and afternoon, deliveries by letter carrier daily, (Thursday and Saturday , excrptel, wbon oo afternoon delivery is mnde.) In the case of lato arrival of | mail'. 30 minutes delivery will be given | up to 8 p.m., after which hour no further | postal business trill be done, although : urgont cases of applications for letters! may bo attended to at tbe inside or | 'Monoy Order' window, provided such | doo« not intorfrro with the telegraphic | busionkB up to 10 p.m. Sunday. A dolivery of one- hour of ordinary corrcepondence ia given, vis — 9.30 to 10 a.m.
A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. Somo peculiarcircunjHtancea have arisen re garding tho disappearance from Enmore (a Sydney auburb) of a man named Fred. Willis, a briokluyer, on 24th February. Though tho footi havo only just lcakod out, tho auburb of Entnorc has been the eceno of Btrango doings, which commenced over two veara ago, and curno to a climax within tho last few woeka. About a fortnight ago a man namod Fred. Willis, a builder or brick layer, mysteriously disappeared. No ono aoerua to havo had an}* idea of hia intention to leavo tho acouo of Lis daily doings, and hia family at onco communicated with thopolioo. -Ho had called at tho hoitsQ of -u friend who kcops a email whop in Eutuore about 10 o'clock on tbo ni^ht of hia di.tappeurauca, and ncemod atrance in manner. He aaid ho wan going to Newea.stlo that night, and wiRhod hia friends good bye. Scarch showed that Willis had left a rnu.-wago on a piece of paper in tho ahop to the effcot thivt he was off to Newcastle by the boat, that ho...
DEPARTURES MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
DEPARTURES Motoay. For Monindio and Wentworth, 10 a.m. For Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourno, and abroad, 8 p.m. For Iranhoe, Booligal, Hay and Kcbuoa, 1.S0 p.m. Tuesday, For Tilp-*-, Loulb, nnd Bonrke, 10 a.m. For Cobar, Sydney, Melbourno, and abroad, 5 p.m. WSDNE8DAY. For Whito Cltffs, Yandarlo, Milpa. rinka, Tibooborra, and Queensland, 8 a.m. i' or raroo, -vanaonog ana uuornstana, 3 p.m. Tuttrsday. ^or Menindio nnd Wentworth. 10 a.m. For Broken Hill. Adelaide, Melbourne, . And abroad, 8 p.m. For Jobar, Sydney, Melbourno, nnd abroad, 6 p.m. Friday. No dtspatches. Saturday. or Whito Cliffs, Yandarlo, Milpa- I tinka, Tiboohurra, and Queentland itl»o Curparlo, Netallie, Gnalta, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, and abroad, Sim. For Tilpa, Lnuih, Bourke, Sydney and abroad, 10 a.m. For Cobar. Sydney, Melbourne and abroad, 5 p.m.
DOWN THE GREGORY IN A CANOE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
I DOWN THE GREGORY IN A CANOE. (By Dampen) Canoe voyages aro uncommon in North Queensland, ao porhaps it would bo interest ing to desoribo a trip which tho writer and a friond mado down tho . Gfegory' River. Tho navigation of tho upper roaphoa of tho Gregory is ohstrunted by a aerica of' water falls or rapids, and r-annot bo undertaken in an ordinary boat. A ennoo, however, if mado fairly light, is manageablo enough ta (innlilii (hfl tviiifflirr nArtji (n Ka _ portera^o, and it waa in a resael of this build that wo docidcd to mnko tho adventure. Our canoo woighed 841b., and waa strongly buiit ; oara and rowlocks wcro used in placo of tbo traditional paddlo. Embarking high up, wo commenced our downward journey on a brotid oxpanso of water, clear aa cryatal, where the fish could bo aeen darting about underneath. Tho banka on either aide aro covored with a donso growth of pandanaa. Fish abound in the river— black bream, cod, and £arfi'h, nnd now and then a catfish or a porch. Turtles a...
FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
FASHION NOTES. (Bt Bluebell.) Ono never puts on a garment without po i scsning the feeling that some day it will ho old fashioned. Somowhere in tho pages of fashion its length of daya ia numbarM, and it ia only a' matter of tirad when it will bo cast asido for something bearing its namo, but of a newer out and stylo. It seems to mo that eraything emanate* from Paris : they aro olwara on tho Qui vite to catch tho HM apark from the chancrinir wlie«lof fohh-on', and turn it to account/ i Their LiU-^t cnuo in that gay and ploasant eity is ' painted thoe*. ?»» that if it rcaoh^ u.^hcre, Uipro will be n trade started iu hand painted shoes, so that p*op)o who dabble iu thia art will io able to find -scope for. their talent. By tho way, I am aorprisod thoro is not xuoro done in this lino geuora^y. Some girls havo on cspooial talent for paint ing on eatiu, and now they may try paint ing ovening shoes. ? Tho dainty woarera aro over ready to aeizo on tho gnnnine article. Thcso paintod ahocs ar...