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

COBB & co:s Steam Coacn ana Buggy Factory BOUiiK£. Coaches , Buggies, Drays , Waggons, and Vehicles of g II descriptions Made to order and to any design. Repairs executed with despatch. WESTERN SADDLERY DEPOT, j H. P. MOXHAM, j SAODDLE AND HARNESS MAKER MITCHELL-STKBET, HO CrKKlE. | fKcxt lixcbaDge Hotel.) N. — A-waro-'d Firat Prize for tp.-tHiilos a' li° 1 liourlte Pastoral Show. I8S7 i . HOMCE3QFATHT. FISHER CO., aouooPAxaic casanst s : 13 -U.UJJTBR STXISBT, STOWJS ST i ^ t HQMfgn-p a *pqTr« itfrET-Tr}!cmig ?vrofiT . r^BlTlil'R^ TJIiY IK UBE A.C OH It u M»For Feverish Inflammatory Affec o°«oSSK^?I,aD'yCo'Rbs'Fir8tStaise ASSElffTfiTTM — For ColdB, Influenza, Asthma, , ^-Bronchitis, Skin ©iseaee^ tad DiaixhtBa with Ealns. BEMiADOHlTA— For Inflammatory Diseases, Erysipelas, So » Throat, Headache, Nenralgia and Kn eumatism. ' ' * BHTOm&-Iiir Pleurisy, 'Cold in the Chest,' ' with Cough and Pains, Bronchitis, and Rheumatism. GHAMOMHiIi A. — ForNerrous, Biliary and 0ter t...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

i Commercial Banking Company of Sydney - ir.i.,i,lis'.ie'il 1S34 ; Ineoi portfc.! 1^48. -Jiflit.al St -I'rve FiibH £600.000. B-.servt' |or EqtaajisaU.Mi oJ Dividcmls £135,000. BourkeBxancli, (Opened 188b.) ' U 5 A rrsutd, uu^all '.MSU«l Wlsillg business ttB1U isrHiGEP^B^EBr^W^, B0HI?EE, WIIc *mWl § WEJSMGI^P. . ? ? H. T- R. BULI ^ f - Manager liourie Branch. fill AutlralVarf tioint Stock Bank. HKM^reiTsTnKKY. Eourke Street. C. GvKEN'T, . The London Chartered Bank of ?:'^sfe^lia.i- «'! i :'f:' '/» ??(?? f'F ':?{ : -fj Incorporated by ltoyal Chwtw. ' Capitalpaid up, One M i Hi on Sterling ; BGUJiKE BEi«N€H, ^ T/r r^.^, : ; if WP I ' ' : K OXLEY STREET. BOURKE- i £-omin:^ionepjfor^^^^^^o^^^-^or*cl' Queensland ~ Jl.-i E A DFOR D, ' :? ; M1U.RJ. ^ ?? f'.J V ' ^ITGHEtL STBEFT, liOUKKE. ? ? *?ir . ' ' t ^ l 33^ 'X« S , SOLICITOR &c., - ? *%oise ^epVCattte Salesmen, **. ' tpi-; & ;; - — — vr3^rrcrA'roi?s? mitchjell-st, boujike. (jouhaffjErii) Jlie wiwk-i'u their yards back o...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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THE NATURAL AGE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

THE NATURAL AGE 0? MAN- j We are accustomed jo consider three score; year* and ten the Jecsith of humaii life, bat the late Professor Faraday adopted the t heory that tjie natural age , of man is ? .100. ' . The duration of life lie believed 10 be raoasur(^ bv the iinift of growth In the came! tb' completion tak*»s place at eight, in the horee iai five, in the lion at fou*-.' in' the dog at two, in the rabbis at one. The '.4 nat ural termination is five removes iffirom tbesb several points. Man ? ' beiitj; y«-on)«-:wars in ''iTiiwincr. 'lives five timers J — t5 ? '0» ., ?. r twenty years— that is, 100; the came! is * / eight ;yjBa?s ; i if ,|tro win t;, and lives forty years - . 4 and so with other animals. The man who does not die of sickness lives everywhere from 80- ti» 10l- years. The professor di*idijs ; life into equnl halves— growth and decline and- th^ee i''o *n*ancJ- J0utl,j age. :J Infancy extends i o the twentieth year, ''?youth ?' to';'tKe:,,'fiJ'taei:hj'ilsKe^ause ?'?it...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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VIVIENNE. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) THE DIVINITY OF THE SOULLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

VfVIENNE. Br tile Aumoii of 'Air Lacy Coquette.' BOOK V. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) the Dmtnrr of tuk soulless. liemoreele^sly .she lia/l -lain liis b;i iv. 'iiiess, » iu like 'manner would iie av. n-ji- it--. -Vath . tbioe''M bi-.-iijufuI. yei- ti't \tb-. V« Jaugfr j- and W» 'deadly, ties srvtiii , u-» mercy ? «1 is tiands, 'nor' «li -iulil ' i».'- ' -4 ? hn.1 i*en' him- -(V4U'v.t«»')SUbi- ;ls llitl wei! ish niadile i- d his br si ? -'d ?h*-s.r-»v'cil lii.-: -ason. c'iiHij - l.rsil ; sh'*-' . trti . :« i - |»i ? a ow ? she i-;ut r-liiiii ii;, i»i r «»w;j h-»f!. jiTeiitd it bv ii«rv..f»vi|j M l'ii^ veil s at;'! As lie i - i - i 5i!td l-v-(ke^ !-t ' c''. In- ctij'-f - - r in hi# heiirt.; . as .^Jrta'r Mie-'j.ur«wl »v;iy and entered her Iig!r«ds d 'i.au!y-('.ii - i isiieii 'bouVhijr, h^'-tble''w»'ft1y.'«ut from |iia-3ow3 of. (lie ieafy rceen which had hi'l e;' h)in from bei- sight, r.nd with »11 the ? orst passions of his sourfciieru nature roused nd loosed Hy her presence, he lei't the...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION. Sydney, May 29. The Intercolonial 'Eire Brigades Deae&T stration resulted in a loss.

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

UR CUBJTT BEES, OPPOSTTi.' THE G. POET 'itt Stjii:kt, 'SmsEV. iends, Next-of-kin, and ral Inquiry Agent ficates obtained of Deatis, snd Marriages. Copies of Wills other Deeds Obtained. ARTHUR CUKITT knowledges the great -amount of sup ias born accoided hini fm m.iuy yeara . about i. y au almost unvarying - ; f^EBIKS OF SUCCE^Es' j attended the many di.'ilcuit audiin- . restsgatioiis that have been placed la \ TRACING OP LOST HEIES, .-is pertaining to the Kcclciias1 ical Court, ?ITT has often rendered essential service iscoverv of rightful claimants, and tbe NVESTIG ATION OP PEDIGREE, an ever-shifting population, daily enquiries - .3c for I--SPfG RTLAITYES AND FRIENDS 'git the facilities afforded by this ? institution? UNDP KDs HAVE KEEN RESTORED icit anxious acquaintance^, or fidings of them itai'iid It not unfrequently happens that .stance 13 . required bv some, in the shape of ? -' » '? yi LY' PUIY A'l'B INQUIRIES ; all bu&iness tlii-' character is attended to SOLELY BY SI...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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MARITOTO MINE. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

MARITOTO MINE. ; Sydney. May 29. The shareholders of the MaritotoMiu are to have their money returned in fftll..

Publication Title: Western Herald
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TELEGRAMS. SOLICITORS AND THE SUPREME COURT. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

[?] SOLICITORS AND THE SUPREME COURT. Sydney, May 29. The case against G. A CaMll, seuQEtor, to show cause why be should not b* Strmek off the rolls, was again postponed the absence of Judge Owen. The Gourfc delivered judgment tha noon in the matter A. H. McCulloek^ citor, and late 'member for Central Oafflbsiv land, and he was adjudged to be struek the rolls. ; ..........

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BARRINGUN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

BARRINGUN. (from our own CORRESPONDENT. 1 On Wednesday evening, th« 23rd instant, Mr. and Mrs. Grant gave a ball to commemorate Mr. Lambert's' departure, and without any exaggeration this may be termed the greatest social success ever witnessed in Barringun. There were present about twenty-five couples, and the programme comprised twenty-six dances, and judging from the zest displayed it was. evident that afl were en joying themselves. Mr. Langbridge officiated at tne piano, oeing occasionally relieved by a lady. Tins gentleman also discharged the dnfwgi of M.C., and as such was quite aufatl. Not wishing to be Invidious, I. will make no attempt at naming the belle; where competition is so keen this is rather an unthankful task. The cupper was served at 12 o'clock in excellent style,- and judging from the appearance of the table neither trouble hor expense had been spared. The chair was taken by Mr. W. ] Scott, of Belalie, who proposed the toast of the guest (Mr. Lambert) at the same...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Sydney, Mar 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Sydnev. Mar 3d, A child, three years old, -mpm rati ^ Hurtsville railway station this aftefaoon, causing injuries necessitating ampntai-nfe of one foot.

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

SPORTING CASE: Sydney; May 38L William Gannon, the well-known spsrftfc man was charged this morning with erustay to the race horse Arsenal, by running Msk at Rand wick on April 7th when in a crippled condition, suffering from sore heel and split hoofs. The case was dismissed the, d«£rae» being that he went to the post , soond* feiifc was injured while running.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

The irregularity which has jmarked the ar rival of the mail train on not a few occasions of late, brings forcibly to mind the represen tations made to Mr. Sutherland upon this matter, as well as that gentleman's remarks in reply. This irregularity, it mnst be re membered, is not new, but appeal s to be spasmodic, and on former occasions has been referred to in the ^columns of the local press, and was more ppeciallv brought under official notice by the deputation which waited upon the gentleman just named in March last. Whilst- Mr. Sutherland expressed the somewhat startling and unco: ifortable opin ion that the construction of t he line to this town prohibited the adoption of »a quicker time table, he proniised to inquire into the cause of . » delays - in the existing mail arrangements with a -view to their avoidance in the future. Whether that inquiry has or has not been made, is not known^ — -at least publicly— -But as the nuisance complained of is not abated it is to be presumed ...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. : j fBY TELEGBAl'H.1 v. ', ? ?? CfBOM O.UK OWN COEEESPOKDEVT.) Sydney, May 29. 1390 cattle yarded, the market 'slightly easier. 14,640 sheep penned. Market dull, without change.

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

TIT ANTED Assistants tor the DRESSMAKING-; V\ also Apprentices. MRS. BARRY. 'to^bt. I^OUR ROOMED cottage in Hope street. Apply \ E. HESELKR, \ Oxley Street. Bourke. CAUTION' . V- ? 0 |\MVISRS iu charge of vehicles (of any descrip ^ \) tion) are hereby cautioned against driving „ their conveyances through the streets ot the Miiui cipalityhetween sunset and sunrise, without bearing v. proper lights as repaired by section 14 of the ?'». Municipal By-laws. ? ? PERCY MILK15. - Inspector of. Licensed Vehiclse. - Quccusland, Department of Public Lands, Brisbane. . ; j ? NOTICE TT is hereby notified for the information of the l_ public that Messrs. Nancarrow and Bartfett 1 have hecn appointed Agents at Bourke for the dis aeminatien oE all information relating to lands now open to selection ia Queensland. Persons desir ous of applying for farms in this Colony are refer ' ped to theui accordingly for catalogues, lithographs and particulars of conditions. ii„_ ana pari- WALTER C.^HUNN, * Under...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE OF CHINESE NATIONAL POLICY FOR AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

CORRESPONDENCE AS LITTLE ' AS POSSIBLE OF CHINESE NATIONAL POLICY FOR AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR OK THE 'WESTERN HERALD.' Sir, — There is a nation that ages ago was powerful and civilised. Agea before our ancestors crossed over from Germany to fight, vanquish, and blend i with the Celts of -Britain this race was acquainted ! with numerous arts, some of which have been lost, i They are reported to have made drinking vessels | which appeared plain when empty and adorned -with painting when filled with liquid. This ancient people imagined the rest of the world inferior ito them; and excluded foreigners to preserve the Chinese character of the race. Can we wonder at the deterioration in national ?character that followed? One by one their arts were lost, and their civilization stagnating and retrograding they became less and less capable of holding their own in the race for supremacy.- This ib the example we are asked to follow. Surely Australia deserves something better than the rotten wo...

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

' STANLEY EXPEDITION. London, May 38. ' : y. : ^ v ^ ;:r.; r! ?- '

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

LOCAL AND7GENERAL - Hoedxrs of publicans* and other licenses expiring at the end of the coming month , (June) should note that a Special Licensing Court will be held on the ' 13th prox. for the consideration of renewal applica tions. ? ' I ' 1 A meeting of the members of the local .Fire Brigade will be held on Thursday next at the jengine house, at 8 p.m., all members being specially requested to attend. Akkakgemeitts having been completed for the supply of meat twice a week, Messrs. Bankenand Bkcrham, the auctioneers, «l»^rhere annonnce that they .will hold the first sale i)n«yit4Satnrday. Mr. . Parke, the - contractor for the .erection of the sheep shed and pens for the Pastoral and Agri cultural Association, is making {rood headway with his work, and wili,-judpngj)yhis presentprogress, be well up to time. At the meeting of the Municipal Council to lie held to-night, »the*»nly'two motions -set down for consideration, are against the names of Aldermen Bloxham and Donohoe, -one ~Jn....

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A WONDERFUL PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

[?] This Frpnr'i sid Italian papeis are giving fl ! ii^ pulpit all the chairs and all the benches church seemed transformed ' into**a sea 'of human heads The divine word coming from the mouth of the humble brother elec trified the congregation. Several limes the sacred associations iof the place were power less to keep back the applause which, broke out- with irresistible force. At Pisa the University closed two hours before the sermon -begau, and professors and students ran with one accord to hear the illustrious Franciscan. On coming out of church the thousands of persons greeted him with their cheers and huzzahs. They wished to carry him in triumph through the streets. The railway directors, in order to .meet the de mands upon their traffic, had to organise on each day special trains ? from Lucca and Leghorn and from several other neighboring towns and villages. Strangers arrived by thousands, and all the hotels were full- ' Tlie father is forty years of age ; bis face is open an...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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SEPARATION FOR THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 May 1888

SEPARATION FOE THE WEST j The Minister of Mines has drciared in Parliament tbat it would - be « blessing to'' Ifew South -Val«s to be rid of the Western . districts, and to this speech Sir Henry Parkes is reported to liavn vociferated ' hear, hear.' The Partes coterie are not very popular in the Western districts afore said, but doubtlees they will increase in favour as the news of this Ministerial' utter ance becomes spread throughout ih'» regions in nnratinii. ' A a»nfim--ni .if nL,.r«.a ? prise will he ftltiu the Banier, at. nil events, at the announcement of Mr. Ahicail, en dorsed as Ills statement is bv the head of the Government. Tlie very last thing we befoiehand seemed juptififd in linpiTjp was the moral support of tbe existinn' Adniinis trfltion tc the aspi! at ions we - had timidl v and furtively nursed in fni'or of shaking-- nff tbe Sydney incubus. It appears now, how ever, that the Antipodian G.0.M. and his henchman, tb« renowned dealer in, shoe makers' grindery, are per...

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

Washington ft Soul & Cs., PateMMedwiTietyDruglmporters 158,160^1^ SYDNEY, ^ Seven doors from King Street, and If S68 PITT STfiJB-BT.''/' = r ? ???? Four doors from Park Street ?? . ? Tlie't5old'Meaal of the JSTew Zealand Exhibitior was awarded to WASHINGTON H. SOUL &C() , for their Culinary and Pharmaceutical Prepara tions, in .full competition with all the vaiiouf European and colonial productions and t!u SILVER MEDAL of the Perth Exhibition waf also awarded to ihem for the only, article they eic r , bibited there, viz., the AUSTRALIAN RELISH ffiO MAE®^[^ use the celebrated A. SOYER'S (of tlie He , fomClutyBAKINGandYEASTPOWDER, -warranted freefrom alum or any other dele- . toHoj^a^de.'Pr4ee36(lpertuj. Sold by . all storekeepers. Wholesale and Retail by rcp'JWASHiHGS^ , ; S 'iz-h: 1 ^.i'1 ) COUGH whh.K VOTT GAlfj because after taking i)r. Thompson's American COLTS- ; - ' M)0TC0UGHLINCTUS,you will not he i1? tible'to cough. Price, Is. Sold by the sole agents for the A...

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