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THE YANKEE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

THE YANKEE. 5 not only in Australia that people con t bad hxmts, and by comparison ' the pie here may be counidered a tolerably u race. Take the Yankee, for instance, s is how a writer ;n ihe Herald describes modern American He chews and ppits liucu as ever lie did — -at iiiastiefc us hope for it would be feaiful to contpmplatc - condition to ,»-S-ieb huoifln derency if i«cib]e if proved by fa^'fi »?»at «xaqterafe i extent n f this habit in t! e pasi. Tt-e toon id even « lieu — iu the spoons »f . Mf®. in liie (leilroDUi!., iitfjin ' 0-- tv rri rs and in ihe piiTiniToixus of casionally even in th-» pew -»f churches, ad the pifibeiicj -»f liie.ttpifoii'i ilocs not dicate emokmt- an^ more tuun it indicates inking*. ,,T' u.. may smoke atnl spit and iu maki think and epic, hut that is nut jcessarily the argument of the spittoon. 11 tliat it moans in nine cases out of ten is lowing. In its absence: the -chewing would o on the Bame, but the spitting would go n flie floor. I. have seen the ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOUTH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

LOUTH NEWS. 1 /'From Our Own Correspondent.) The usually dull routine of life here has been broken by the arrival of the Southern Cross Var iety troope ; it is long since we have had such an enjoyable entertainment here.. Miss Blanche Beaufort in her various songs and impersonations delighted her audience and was re called on several occasions during the evening they played. The dresses worn by ner m their enter- ' tainment here were really splendid, and were greatly admired by all, especially the ladies. While M. Gaffireni as a Ventriloquist was hard to besurpassed, he kept his audience in roars of laughter ? - by his clever performance with his three mechani cal figures. Altogether it seldom falls to our share to enjoy an evening so pleasantly as we did on our visit to their show. We believe they Intend visit ing Bourke. It is high time that the Towns Police Act was extended as far as Louth. ; Every Sunday morning of late there is an old boar pig seen coming into the town, and tak...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

LOUAL ^ANL GENERAL. I The Solvation Army is not only present in this town, but ii preparing to carry on operations in its own peculiarly energetic style. An advertisement appews elsuwlterc referring to the opening services on Saturday next. Mr. HiMiitifct, wiiosc intended departure for the United Suite., we recently announced, left for Syd nr-v vi'stei-diiv mornins. He leaves Sydney for Frisco in about a week We wish him bon voyage and a safe return. A meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Mfadayliigl't at Tattersall's Hotel, ; Mr. 15id dulph in the cTnur. After the formal business had been attended to, it was decided to invite tenders . for supplies and for certain improvements required at the hospiiaL It was also tu r.-t!' id that a plain and fancy dress ball- should be. hei . under the aus-. picies of the Committee, and foi L-je benefit of the Hospital, on the first day of the approauhing show Tne interest exhibited looiilly over the lv^nip- j Hanlaii boat race was consid...

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MR. JUSTICE WINDEYER AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

MR. JUSTICE WIKDEYER AND THE PRESS. In the Assembly on Thursday last Mr. Vaughn called attention to statements in the public press reflecting on the administration of justice. These statements, he said, appeared to be a series of brutalattacksonJustice Windeyer. Thiswasnot the first time that gentleman had been attacked in the public press, and he thought it was time that some notice should be taken of these statements, either by the Government or by the Judge himself. He ' thought the Colonial Secretary should take some steps in the matter. He did not know, the Judge personally, but he had a strong feeling in favor of the pure administration of justice in this colony. The hou: member then quoted from a number of papers that had used severe language against his Honor. - Mr. Clarke, in reply, said that the papers the hon. gentleman quoted from had come under his notice. He did not consider it his duty to inter fere. It was a matter entirely in the hands of Mr. Justice Windeyer to mov...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. FAIR RENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. i FAIR RENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'WESTERN' HERALD.' Sm, — A short time ago 1 received the following communication from a gentleman not a thousand miles, from Menindie, who requested me to publish ? and comment upon it : — ' In 1881 my partner and I came to ? station. We paid £18,000 for the goodwill of a 15 years lease, with a possible 5 years more if .we satisfactorily improved the run. There was one tank about .500(1 vards and a dilantdo+od clati lint. which, with the fencing and all other improve ments, ware worth not more than £6000. We put 240 miles of wire fencing, and excavated 30 tanks of a t-jtal content of 175,000 yards. We supervised the work ourselves, and exercised the most rigid economy consistent with fair treatment of our em ployees, and yet these improvements costs us about £30,090. We could not have struggled through droughts and other difficulties but for having the command of large capital. We had just about got all our improvements finished when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

PITT : SON, & BADGERY, , STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Kk. .ir^SBSE^& CATTLE SALESMEN. , . . Pastoral Chambers, . George Street r ^ : :\£'v . . ? ? Account Sales rendered; end proceeds paid in Gash. fcttershank, Egglestone, & Mann, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, ?WILTjIAJMC STREET, MELBOURNE. Mnelly's Bazaar, MS PITT ST. AND 149 CASTLEREAGH-S® Erancll at 68 Hoiiter-rtr«6t, SXDNET. Wm. N. ITaRLING, AUCTIONEER & CORRAL STOCK AGENT — Atiu. J? TOU — 2 ke GeleTtrated Abbott Buggies and HilVi BUSINESS CONNECTIONS WITH PRINCIPAl I LIVERY DEPARTMENT — THE LARGEST It Iraiiranc^jeff|M^ ? : ofdbiiild Claims Promp3x.y and Lteerai.lt Settled. Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Etc-, j ' A. SAUNDERS, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 813, Greorge-street Sydney, NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY, STATION. WATCHES and JEWELLERY guaranteed to give satisfaction. Watches that have no equal in prices or quality. SEND FOB PRICE LIST. POST FREE. ENGLISH LEVERS. j 1. J'juglisli Lever, full plate. £2 10...

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WILKINSON & LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

WILKINSON & LAVENBER. 1 Sydney,- Hay, Wagga Wagga, and Bourke report : Fat Cattle. — 1117 cattle came forward on Mon lay. Biddings were very dull and prices low. To-daj' 883 were yarded, when more life was infused into the biddings, and values were somewhat better. , Quotations— Prime bullocks, £6 to £7 ; good useful do., £5 5s to £5 15s ; medium do., £4 10s to £5 ; cows in proportion. Fat Calves. ' — Short supply, and good prices were realised. Fat Sheep. — S822 sheep were penned up on , Monday, -and 11,003 to-day (Thursday), making 1 19,825 for the week, representing all qualities, - ^-rime fceing 111 the ' minority. On ^Monday -bidding were a' little more animated, and to-day a rise of about 6d on prime qualities was notice able, whilst other sorts remain unaltered. Quo tations— Prime crossbreds, lis to lis fid : prime merino wethers, 9s -6d to 10s ; a few extra higher ; food ' useful wethers, 8s to 8s fid ; medium do. , 7s to 7s 6d ; ewes at proportionate rates. We sold ...

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THE EXAMINER OF PATENTS. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

THE EXAMINER OF PATENTS. I Svdnev, Mav 8. A. G. Taylor, Examiner of Patents, lias resigned.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

Dcthing the discussion which took place over the Treasurer's motion in reference to hi Land Tax proposals, repeated reference was made to the strong desirability of getting a Local Government Bill placed upon the Statute Books of the colony. No one (cer tainly not those m the county) will disagree with this opinion, but it is a matter for | doubt as to whether our prominent politi-j cians are as sincere in their utterances re- j garding this matter as they would have us - believe. Ministry after ministry lias in- ; eluded such a measure in its programme, but : so far, the country is not one bit the bet er, i nor is it apparently any nearer the realisa- ! tion of its undoubted wishes. Local Govern- ' ment has been kept dangling so long before the eyes of the electors that considerable strength is given to the suspicion that neither private members or ministers are quite sincere when they are discussing this matter. It is quite true, a bill was tabled by a previous Ministry, but that ...

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D. O'CONNOR, M.P. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

D. O'CONNOR, M.P. Sydney, May 8. I Dan O'Connor has been laid up with in- 1 flammation of the lungs. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

BIRTH. WADDELL. — On i the 17th April, (ult. ,) at her 1 'leadence Albatross Croyden, Mrs. Waddell] of a son. j line ppevaM, : AND DARLING RIVER ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1888 j

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SYDNEY HOSPITAL. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

SYDNEY HOSPITAL. Svdnev, Mav 8. i A deputation waited on. the Premier pray ing for the completion of the Sydney Hos pital. The Premier held out no hopes of the Government complying with the request, and informed the deputation the time was rapidly coming when the people must sup port their own Hospitals.

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SENTENCE COMMUTED. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

SENTENCE COMMUTED. 1 bydney, May 8. ? 1 1 The death sentence on Alfred Merritt, sentenced at the late Tarn worth assizes, has been commuted to 14 years penal servitude.

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150 NATIVES KILLED BY HAIL STONES. London, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

150 NATIVES KILLED BY HAIL STONES. London, May 7. I The hail storm at Delhi has killed 150 ? natives. 1 ?? ??-- * -v . ? J ? :??

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MAINTENANCE OF PEACE. London, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

MAINTENANCE OF PEACE. London, May 7. j Bismarck . entertains no fear as to the maintenance of peace in the immediate future. Home Rulers have made representa tions to the Pope as to his discountenancing , boycotting and plan of campaign, but he ad heres to his decree. John Dillon uiges nationalists to continue but to. substitute combined boycotting instead of outrage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

? ': ' ' '??? ? ?' .- ^ai^ehuj^^^ Post Ofstwk Cha-ibkks, opposite ?,lVnii !G.';1?iOst; ? / ?' ? ' ,' .^?jOFBi«e,.pj!iT1;STWBEa;,l.Sv)»snir. ??.?..',,/ :i v ?????..??' ..?/^;Bii^;^^tjte^:ima;^&tt^eB*.:v. ,?;;-.?.-' ?. ? ' ; v, ?? ; 'v '?'.:? .ppjpieis '^f israW^^'^--5?- -:'r- ?'1- ??-??'? ??;.? . .' -'.v: -; ???-.' 7 ?;.jjft3^-ib'HiiOT^eote;^l-jja^e^i:!;.;^v;;::;;:':: ???? ? ? ?'-??'? ,';? ?;; ?' '?') ?????. ????? ?; »„,'??? f^V^V^^^F^^'K1.-'' :':'- ?'- ? ???? ?'? ? : ' '' ; ''' thanfcfnily ??Mfcnow'-eflg«OTe|^St;^1ni&inl-:ori'«m}»-':: ? '''i'|.'ijjaBtl}rought'-:alionli'-^^ .? ? ??? . ' ??'.,.,,- ;; .,?; y..j.^n^[pw^^^jiii^.':^. Sy^y ^lich haro a*tcM^ J' . oortant ;:.$uyesti^a^n»/tbati^uyjie^-el»'''ylau^'-ia!: '?' nl«haii-ls.7 ^ ??'?'?;?-?: :'^.-!^-^r^- ''7-7'''*; ;;? ,;..; A.^3p^GING«F,H^ST-^n^.:1:;''r:.;;:;-;iS and mntt^re pertaining to the'Ecclesiasiical.Coiirfc,' Mr.OUJJiTT has ,oTt«i:-raia€^-^M»feil;^piii:tce.'j , ; : Ly tW/tiieccve'ry of rightful claimants, ''ai...

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RAILWAY COMMISSIONER. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

RAILWAY COMMISSIONER. - Sydney, Mav 11. -, Thp Government is itill silent as to the appointment of Cliief Railway Commissioner.

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SAMOAN NEWS. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

SAMOAN NEWS. Sydney, May 11. Ixewg from Samoa reports matters quiet and business assuming a healthy tone

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

SERIOUS ACCIIYENT. Sydney, May 1.L lhis morning a fettler named Heury O'Grady was knocked down by a train near Straitiineld and received injuries which must result in Ids .death.

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RAILWAY POLICY. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

RAILWAY POLICY. Sydney, May 11. The Cabinet will finally consider its rail way policy to-day, and the proposals will be announced on Tuesday next.

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