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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
SPOR-Tr^G. itSWS. Entrioa fer Louth Haudicnp to l o run un Ezitcr Monday ; -(X»frSc. tfunMl, Faicon, Happy Thought, V«/pT-ia, Molly Lady Alomnutiiii. 'fbn 169G NowinatUpt v/as too con? ' tested event eccn f«»r ntnny jenra.- ! Tho finish for tlir» Chmn[-ion Oi«!ii*b was tho moat exciting ever tyitm-saol. I fouled to bo unlucky. ile is u iwcond , 1 Carbino after all. 1 The off.theory bowling i* making crirket ! vory tmno, but it in the only thing to do uu a perfect wiokct. 8tnco the St. Legor, the ridtira of Oxen* hnm's horaca nro called tho diplomatic Oelancra. Johnny Arnistrong clean shaves now. ' It* ij awfully apparent — he in so barefaced. N.S.W. was very lucky in th« rccent Victorian carnival. Tho' pursintent Mo Sweotioy won a couple of events with Aroha and Waihine. Young Eody, tho Tnttmaninn criokoter, was much r-canncd at tho crickot match. He walk* with a pomuwhat supercilious air, f-Vill ^ charming company, e.ip«;t:inlly with tho Tho champion two-yeor-o!dr Newbavcn, hna ht»...
BARGE SNAGGED IN THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
BARGE SNAGGED IN THE. MURRAY. Tbo Atouiner SudJlor, with two targes ia I low, loft Wcntwortb for Morgan ot 9.30 on ! Thur»doy morning (says Inht finturdny*s 1 SlatulardJ, nnd proccedod (ill right until reaching Suaggy l'oint, four njilcs from port. Tbo re ^ a rery awkward bond ha^ to be negotiated, and in order to go through it, he thought in nafoty, Csp*ain A. Johnson nlnwod d(i\yii 'the eplt. but iti the pawago the liikrcr^ Livfnfffllutic fitruck a wnarr. it, and fiiiftljy- eotllcd down oa tbo wind in ] 5ft nf Tho ot onco I backed, efishl® tbo hnnrta- on board 1 tho barga. snd hoping to t-re.%nt ibe waUr 1 gottUg ^ovthfy mada ju-U»^ort to plaee a ; tsrpanii^'un^emestb^rbut' failed to acoom 1. ...pliwx thU. ' '' ? u .' Tho'4??^ .nr«..abov« water. There aro n£;5S3ocbe;ra, and li balca of Folia .. Cuptaio .'Jo)y5.r-P^ re, torn ed ' on Thufb^ay, evening und ? jjeporfW tie cttautflty to Mr J^WoGroather, . ihrf Vc*!^^ebt.:;Ciiptoln^»hnMfl: baabeen ' '53 yeftf? *on tho' rlvera, £na i5 ^r...
CORRESPONDENCE. WILCANNIA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
CORRESPONDENCE. WILCANNIA H03PITAL. TO TUE EMTOB OP TUB WBSTEUM OBAZ1B11. .Sir,— -Refflrringto tho letter whioh appeared in vour last isxuo, signed by Messrs Downs uud ' Esau, na auditors of the Wilcannia Hospital books for 1895, in which they state that tho manuMiript aignod by them was correct, I with, with your permiKfiion, to go further nnd stuto that tho manuscript of which thoy ^peak ia tho sarno as was sent to town.- to tbo printers to copy and that tho errors which unfortunatoly appear in tbo printed .reports are printer's errors. The munuKcript aforesaid ia now in my posses* bion. Aa tho committco intend returning these inoorroot reportH to tho printera, tho*o few Bubacribcw -aud frl»?nda in tho country who have rccoivcd eopifs, will greatly oblige by posting, thcni book to tho Secretary, and those in tho town, by holding them ovor for a few dnya jtill they aro called for. ' TbanMrtg yon in ontieipation, I am, sir, yours truly, A. Tswslsy, Socretary.
JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
JUSTICE. (Ht Laov Cook, ViscouNinas or Mont C11UEAT.) Ju-tice is.obeJier;eo to luw,and Istbeiofure 1 equivalent to right, thnt which l-*i* t-e- n j ruled, ordered, or commanded. l'vr lhi:« ' reus-»:i, Horn-! Fooke, in his ' Diversion* ot j rurley,'* *:iy* ; 'It appears to mo highly 1 Improper to «:iy. that God has a rijhc ; ns it is al.v» to fay that Gd-.i in jun. F«-r nothing j i.vorilorod; dirxoted, or comnmiidcd oone-jin- 1 iug God.', In BcHtliu*^ ??I'fovel .Sei'-'iico,' j t»v »w«i , .iusiico ia iwoioiu— Tiam.'jy. gyn eral or strict jaitico, whioh in 1 forvlng tho laws, and tlio aim of which is the public good ; and particular juRti.io or oijuity, whioii aims at tho good of individual*} nud fa thon observed, when one obtninj no more good, and auffera no moro ovil, than ia agreeable to humanity nnd common pciiso.' : Citcro.sayb : V Juirtice is a habit of the mind whioh gives coch its own.' It will thus bo evident that impartiality is its chauhco, and that it. is a virtuo which cau...
THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. T!;k' poll;- huvi! re^iivr»-d a supply of Laud ;md Iu-i.ruti Tux return fut»:.Hiun» the Taxa tion CViroinj!t»ioiielv. The.ia aro for iasue to tho puMb, and nu odvciti* n».nt in another eolunui supplies tho ? information i.h to the n nuiti-iiivnl^ of tho Act. When nnpHoatiun ia made, the ttpplicnutaUouid ».uae what prtrti ouhir form ho requires. Env-li^e* .will aUo be luppliod, mihI nny npplioaia will bo grunted a second form if ho requires it .'or tho purpwc --f keeping n dupUcalo -A tie returns sent to tho -J'-MimirtMonor.«. The forma aro printvl on substantial paper, und ut. tbo back of cach olu»s of return obser vations ore givon by th^ eeinniiatiouere to urfniHt taxpayers in uudcratandimr what is required of them by tho Act and the riguln tioua. Many of tbo directions apply to all the forms, aa, for instance, tho following ' The duties imposed upon tax payors aro only two— namoly, (1) to obtain forms for thetiiKclTes and furnish proper returns to tho cum...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 14 March 1896
KIDMAN and NICHOLAS' ' HOYAL HAIL UHE OF COACHES, Leavo'tbo Booking OlSco,' Flnnnnry'. Hotel, Rflid-strcet. Wilcanui.i, (..r lh. folinwins ?' * 1 placci:— COBAR — Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Sstur 1 days, 5 p.rr . MILPARINKA and TIUOOBURRA-— ? : Wednesdays snd Saturdays, S a.m. ' Via Cobar Is tho Cheapest and Qulckost Route to Sydney. The through Journey occupying only GO hours, ' And there being only 160 wiles co*chjng. All (arc* and pare*!* must ha prepaid. FARE TO COBAR, £A 4s. For further particular* apply t«» the Ageat ' ? W. B. -VALL. Flannery's Hotel, Reid-streat. homier CATAIOGDE I 150MCK 'VTYtvaii PACKtr/ff] (/HI ra (J a T* a LK03T0NICDMPAHY H/Cf? Ban* »XD CAT«oocta it Sto.ve k Con'-Er TIiG Barrier Silver Fiolds. ?THE B1IUURR JIIXER' ' - EVENING NEWSPAPER, PUBLISH KX) AT BROKEN HIM# Two or more Edition* Doily. INDEPENDENT AND OUTSPOKEN ' Circulation eiefods 5000 daily. Subscription : — One Guinea per year or 6« -5*1 per quarter. KNIGHT 4 VON RIEBEN SOLE raoPUIETORS. ' dr/ atkin...
THE CYCLING CARNIVAL. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
THE CYCLING CARNIVAL. SYDNEY, Monday. Liie cycuugvcurn»yui prumuiuu uy (he K.S.W. Leoguo of 'V^hoplmen was oponod on Saturday Agricul- tural Ground. .'Tho Vy^t® r^ttltod aa follows':— Fedoral. Stakes,: .^fiarljins .1, . Pholaii . 2,. William* .Sfilljor 4. . .International Syratch^Kflpo^Mfegson - ~ 1, .Martin 2,-Lowis 3, Patno 4. Aus » tralian Cup: .Johnaprj.'lf Hnrkncss 2,. Chapman 3,/,'JjyucIf '1. Pir6t;cla86 Handicap ^ .'^MDrtin 1, Parsons N 2, Mogson k . ' .
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. * SYDNEY, Monday. It is not (dear whether Turner will uecompauy tho Australian Elovon to England. Overtures havo boon rando to Howell to induco him to join f tho .'team iu caRO of Turner standing out. * - Tho execulivo l onnnittoo havo given ♦' Harry £150 and a further bonus of £10 as compensation for his exclusion Srom tho team. ?- ? Tuesday. Tumor hue definitely decided not to accompany tho Australian Eiovon to England, as ho is uuoble to complete arrangements in time. A. Trott aud Harry have decided to procood to England and seek engage ments as professionals.
THE "DAILY POST" CASE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
THE 'DAILY POST' CASE. SYDNEY, Moniuy. Tho Daily J\-*1 conspiracy trial was * concluded' on S-iturduy. Tho jury found -Sum Smith, Edwurd Ellis, AV-. ? A. Jlolrpnn awl . V/onldndgc guilty, tho otiiur jKM'uscd , (TJoutloy^ Brneail and Gowiujr) huing ncquittod. &nith and Hnlinnn were e;u:h Ki?ntmM'cd to two yoars'. hard labor; nnd Elli« aud 'Wooldridge to 18 months.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
TELEGRAPHIC HEWS I ? (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) POLITICAL GLEANINGS. SYDN'KV. Mon-dat. Parliament will probnbly moot for tbo diepntch of business on tho 12th May. The Promirr ntntcs that tho Govern ment will restrict thoir progr;itnmo to - measures whicK will havo n fnir op portunity of pissing during tho session. It i« not proposed to sit nftor tho ond of November. *VVfttcr conservation and irrigation will roeoivo npecinl attention, and tho proposal to deal with tho waters of tho big rivers will l-0 considered. Mr D. C. J. Donnelly, M.P. for Cowrn, died nt his residoncc, 'YVynynrd Squnro, on Saturday night. Tho Public Scrvico Board is consi dering tho question of nmolgnmnting cortain offices of Cs.P.S. and Crown lands ngents, by which a saving of £3000 u yoar will bo effected. Tho Taxation Doparfment has de cided that iu cases whore a porson's incomo amounts to only £100 for tho yoar 1895 thoro is no necessity to fill up and soud in a return. TcK9r»AT. Tho Premier announced at Ilil...
BROKEN HILL NEWS. BROKEN HILL, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
BROKEN HILL NEWS [ny i KLEORAri!.] BROKEN IIILL, Tuesday. when it was nscortainod yeatorday evening that ?100,000,0(10 pullons of wator hud pono into tho rosoi voir as a rouult of last Sunday's storin. tho alarm ro tho yrashaway at tfco ni^htscul dopot bocame groat, and an inspection wns mado by the Mayor and aldcrmon. Br. Thomson, actin' Government modicnl oftlrnr .... intcrviow to day greatly discounts tho alarm, nnd nays ovon if tho filth wont into tho reservoir it would bo loss than a quantity which would render tho wutor dangerous, as it is being icratcd in its passngo to tlio reservoir. Ho considers tho dead cattle, rabbjta and othor delo tcrious substances that havo always boon scqttored about tho watershed moro dangovous. and says that tho water will bo perfectly safo if bulled. Ho is now mak ing out a ronort to tho Council. Mr Whitehead, resident onjrinucr to tho Water Company, who returned from u holiday this mormug, declines to ox press un opinion on tbo mutter us ho has ...
CAULFIELD RACES. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
CADLFIELD RACES. MELBOUENE, Monday. , Tlio V.A.T.C. licld n rflco meeting at CaulScld on Saturday, \rbich rosultad oa follows : — * Federal SUVes. — Interlude, J ; Kobold, 2 : CTiidun, 3. ' Hurdle Ititee.— Navarino, 1 : Binirara- 2 Efflo(3. ' ' St. ICilda Cup.— Erl Kini?, 1 ?; Proston,' 2 : Mlsalitol, 3. Stcepleoliaiie, — Hector, 1 ; boiiffitor. 2 ? Mikado II.. £. South Varra- Handicap.— Onr Jack, ! ? Cobalt, 2 ; Hosetta, 3.
The Rivers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Grazier — 18 March 1896
Tho Rivers. ®io following shows tho height* of tho J )&Ter* aboro' suintnor lovel nt thu vindermen Cloned plaoos at 9 a.m. yoatcrday: — ' : - * THB-iuRLLVO. Mungnndi ? ? Uft lOin foiling Oollarcnabri ? 14ft 6in falling Mogil Blogil ? ? 13ft 2in falling Walgett— Barwon ? 24ft 0in ifalling Do.' Namoi ? ? 15ft Oin falling -C-oodooga . . ? ? 6ft Sin rising Breirarnna ? ? ? 1 . . . . 13ft 5in falling Bourke., ? ? 17ft Oin falling Louth .,..7 ? V. 2S(t Oin falling TUpa ? '. ? 23ft , Sin statny 'Wucanmla .' ? 24ft Oin rising Henlndio ? ? 19ft U^in rising Pooncario ? ? 17ft 9jin falling Sfoutworth . « ........... . Gft llinstatny ' ' ? ? TUD5COna.VY. Albory ? 1ft Hn rising j Echuca ' ? ? ? ? Ht 2in falling Swan Hill / ? 1ft Oin falling Boston ? ? ? 6ft gin stntny ;