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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 26 May 1888

THE WOOIj MARKET. Xkradon, May 22. — Since the close of the List London series of wool sales, 2500 bales have been disposed of at Antwerp at a slight advance, the sales closing with prices firm.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. London, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 26 May 1888

r. f,- AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. London, May f 2. \Tbe AusV^iahcricketeiTs in England won the jnalch^gaiuslj.tlie Yorkshire ;cam by one innings and 454 -runs. Ferris took nine wickets foi-l 15'*nns, and Turner took eight wirVets at acbsVof 71 ruus. .... Mayi-L 'Thi; '' ^tralians:cpmmenced. their, match against. j-.:icashire on ihe old Tr«.-Tord Ground near Machester, -yesterday. J auca shire went -in -first and *were -disposed or for /?^i, runs, the Australians making 16$, of Sajttjiich fronesisatfed/^T andi. Turner -; 22. L £n ^mk second Innings when the stumps were drawn ?ISricasiure 'had' lost '2 ' « ickets f - r 40 runs, being still. 38 behjnd the Australian total. ' '~ '.'.'' '.''

Publication Title: Western Herald
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EXPEDITION TO THIBET. London, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 26 May 1888

' EXPEDITION TO THIBET. I-,--, London, May 2 V. ? ; The -British, expedition, has been attacked by Thib'etaans who were' repulsed with a loss of 100 'men. The British casualties v/ere ?very flight. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 26 May 1888

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 26 May 1888

WANTED.— Smart Youth, one with knowledge of -grocer vpreferredi ?'??'?' ; ? ? ;? : ;^^HandCO. L ,; TJOOK-KEEl'ER. — Vacancy for .thoroughly com V ? pefent;6''fficeniaii. -7Goo(l Hilary. v ' ' .A^rt. ': -:rjE..'JiIGHan«lCO. A3-L sti-ay stock found in tiie Mooculta paddocks after tliisdaie. will be'iiiipouuded without respect to owuicrshin. — , ? E..). BARTON. ?*b'\\VS\\ ,i'-'? V' .ii:Mauagcr. SIUKICIPALITF OF BflORKE ' '' T E^'tf E E S^ | rpENDERSs'ire iavit^i for i£e formation and X kerbing of footpatl: ? on North and South sides of Adelaide Street, as i -.r as' Vaudra street. ?bpecificatioiis to be scan at Coinicil Chainbers. Tenders endorsed us r jch to be in my hands not j Iater.t3uuj'.i p.m. ou. W!!diiesaay'ji«xSk,'30tli May. | ? ??*. -r] ??:;?,. r-.:^^y* j-^AJ)ffiS0N^ !? j , i, ff {iCobncilGleck. -'? '?'??'? h ^?ifr-.: -^ .-..?? c'3-iiEa-^ VJ5-' ';.&±i - } OTICE )e hereby giv i tliat an assessment lias \ . Jmeu niiulc ou all ti: : rateable property within AUik Irardug'l...

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CRICKET. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

CRICKET. London, May In their first innings against the Gentle men of England, the Australians made 179, of which Jones, scored 61, McDonnell #1* Jarvis 27 and Ferris 12. The Gentlemen have one wicket down for 234, Grace 15ft

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IRISH DIFFICULTY. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

IRISH DIFFICULTr. London, Mat At a meeting held in limerick, headetf? by William O'Brien, who defied Bishojr O'Dwyer, the Papal decree was condemned.. At Eildare John Dillon stated that fittft majority of Irish Bishops supported the tion of the Parnellites in reference to Popes rescript. -^. . . The Pope has informed Archb^hop . Walsh that his decree is imperative*- oa$ must be obeyed.

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SOUDAN NEWS. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

SOUDAN NEWS. London, May It is reported that Osman Digna's eamp in the vicinity of Saukim has been buraeS, and that 2000 of his followers periBhed.

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EXTENSIVE FORGERIES. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

EXTENSIVE FORGERIES. Londonl May 28. Large forgeries of 500 franc note* !»f» been perpetrated upon the Bank of Fraha%. creating a 'semi-panic and causing a «pi'. the ba^;.

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RUSSIAN MILITARY RAILWAYS. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

RUSSIAN MILITARY RAILWAY®. London, May The Russian railway to Samarcand Turkestan lias been opened ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

The mau who laughs is the forfcuuate individua who sleeps soundly, for whom ''good digestion waits on jappptite,'? 'and whose nerves never trouble Jiim- Happy lie or she ^-a-;i8.'^UB:-^letl)lflS8ed.'.;' ^Jien refr^liing slumbprs fa.U to visit your pillow, when yburfOod torturesinsteail of benefiting you, whenasuddennoiseior the ; least excitement sets . your herFes'in ja tremor, It is yhighVpi^e'v-di^^ii;} resorted to a remedy. You will certainly find it in Wolfe's Shiiapps; V : ^ '- v ? :/' ' ' r : 1/ ; ^'!The?Slioi:t-horpiand Hsrefords have untd -quite lately liadifceliattle tor ^igenecal superiority entirely: to themselves, and bitterly did their supporters Angus has. become a prominent factor in the fight* i Be Mrly said to be a. triangular ?- struffffle, withBerons back of the Short-lioms, ' Sussex back of the Herefords, and Galloways baek , of the . Angus. ? The .Kansas City Fat §i»ek J3 how gave alMJUt equaVglory to the Aberdeen-Angus and Short-borns. ^ . , , . Cubed of Dihnk...

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THE FRENCH DERBY. London, Mat 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

THE FRENCH DERBY. London, Ma* 28. The French Derby was won by £3fcutf$T St Gall 2nd, Galaor 3rd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

liYAN AND HAMMOND, STOCK AUD STATION AGENTS, AND FAT STOCK SALESMEN, MELBOURNE A.ND BOURKE Ryan, Hammond and Donkin, ? 'STBKET.' | M JUDICAL HALL, BOUftKB,. OPPOSITE TATTERSALL'S HOTEL.) GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER To the Bourke Hospital and Gaol ; formerly Senior House Physieian, and lately Senior House Surpeon, Melbourne Hospital. Consultations by letteror personally. Medicines.) - forwarded to all parte of tlie Colonies. PJKENIX FIRE OFFICE. OF LONDOiSr ESTABLSHED 1782. Losses Paid Exceed £16,008,000 Annual Income Exceeds ... 900,000 Insurances effected on all classes of build ings and their contents at lowest rates Claims Promptly and Libebaely Settled. JOHN LAYERS , W- EL Mackenzie & Co. Local Agent, GENERAL A&EKTS, BOURKE. OND STREET, SYDNEY. - Griffiths and leaver, STOCK # STATION JLGEWTS NORWICH CHAMBERS, HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. ADVANCES made on Fat and Store Stock con signed to us for sale. . ? Bi-weekly sales of fat stock at Homebush, and report of market fur...

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ENGLAND'S MILITARY CONDITION. London, Mar 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

ENGLAND'S MILITARY CONDITION'. London, Mar 3$, The Moscow Gazette says tbe recent sterffo ments of the Duke of Cambridge and Lor# Wolseley prove England's weakness; show that she stands on the brink of rain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

PITT, SON , & BADGERY, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN. OFFICE Pastoral Chambers, .George Street SYDNEY. Account Sales rendered; and proceeds ? paid in Cash. ????? ? and DARLING I11VER, ^ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, MAT 30, 1 383

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PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

PARLIAMENTARY, Sydney, May 29^ Another temporary Supply Bill will W asked for to-day. A meeting of the Opposition takes place on Thursday, to consider its position, Jjfefc pects, and organisation.

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE- 1 Wegtem JIerald Office, Tuesday Eventing, j The cold nighCs and pleasant days, reported in previous issues still continue, there being nothing fresh to report under this heading. The river re mains low- 1 i . ' Stock. Movemekxs A really splendid mob of mixed fat cattle from Dillilali were trucked yesterday for Melbourne 400 fats, W. Richardson's in charge of R. Lampli passed lo-day. 480 ?tud and high class flock rams, tioder bred, arrived by train on Saturday. They are lor Armstrong ana v-o s Miiroy suition, ana Palmer Bros and Go s Warraweeaa station. . Onr Thargomindah correspondent advises that 241 fat cattle from Dynevor Downs for Adeliade have passed' that place, Joaqs, Green and Sullivan: owners. Our Barringun correspondent advises us of the following : - 605 store catile,. raixei sexes, from Bothalla for Bourke, It,. -J. Bligh owner, :G. O'Keefe in cliarge. 268 fat bullocks from Daroo, Diamantina, for Sydney, to be trucked at Bourke, in charge of J. R....

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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. Sydney, May 29. The report of the Civil Service Commis sion will be laid upon the table of the Hoai«' to-day.

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RYAN & HAMMOND, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

RYAN & HAMMOND, ' Melbourne and Bourke, report having sold at Wodonga-;— 650 bullocks and speyed heifers for | Mr. S. G-. Watson, Tindaldra ; 695 bulloeks and 1 cows (in conjunction with R. W- Morehead and Co. ) for Messrs. Palmer and Stevenson, Canobie ; j 468 bullocks ?, from Hermitage Plains, Queens land; 387 bullocks and cows for Mr. Henry; Collcss, Bourke. . . ? .

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CHINESE QUESTION, Sydney, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

CHINESE QUESTION, Sydney, May 3$. The Chinese question was considered at meeting of the Cabinet on Saturday, wheat, it was decided to comply with the decision of the Supreme Court by releasing ffitaa. ' from each vessel. The Government has decided to pfoceetL against the owners or masters of vessel* which have brought, or may bring, Int» port a greater nuniber of Chinese than th« proportion of one for every 100 tons ^ tito vessel. . ? : May - The steamers Tsinan'and .^fghan sail tec day with 205 Cliinese/ who were not per mitted to land. Applications for the release of 29 more Chinese will be made to tha Court to-day. Later. The Full Court has ordered the immedi^ ate release of 40 Chinese at present detained in port. Salomons, for the Government^ said it was not intended to act in oppositiott to their Honors judgment, but the men would be released at a fitting opporbunit/i He, however, intimated the intention of the . Government to appeal to the Privy CounciL . .

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