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

INFLUENCE OF IMAGINATION UPON HEATH. Alexander Dumas published some time ago, in a Pads daily paper, a novel, in which the heroine, prosperous and happy, is as sailed by consumption. All the slow end gradual sysmptoois were most naturally and ; toucbingly described, and great interest was telt for the heroine. One day the Marquis Oalomieu called on 'Mm.!,;-;, v; . v/ A:' . [['['%?' ' Dumas,' he' said, ' have you composed the end of the story now being published in the ? ?' ' Of course.' ' Does the heroine die iu the end ?' ' Of course ; dies of consumption. After such symptoms as I have described how could she live ?' ' You must make her live. You must change the catastrophe.* 1 1 cannot.1 * Yes, you must ; for on your heroine's life depends my daughter's.' * Your daughter's ?' ' Yes. she has all the various symptoms of consumption which you have described, and watches mournful) y for every number of vour novel, -reading her own fate in your heroine's. Now, if you make your heroine ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, May 31. The French press charges Bismarck and Tisza with trying to create a panic in the public mind to induce their Parliaments to pass large army credits.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.M.P DIRECTORS. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

A.M.P. DIRECTORS. Sydney, June 1. Thos. Littlejolui, James Thompson, and R. J. King are believed to be the elected directors of the A.M.P. Society.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

NEW BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Sydney, June 1. John Sharkey, C.E has discovered and surveyed a Hue over the Blue Mountains which will cut off tlie big Zig-zag and shorten the main line by three miles without any en gineering difficulties, excepting one tunnel a mile and seventy chains long.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, June 1. Sir John Hay has resigned his position as President of the Melbourne Exhibition Commission.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATALITY. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

FATALITT. Sydney, June 1. William Edwards, a clerk at Permewan Wright' and Co.'s, Albury, was killed at that station yesterday through some machinery failing from the sling with which it was being hoisted, fracturing his skull.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

;?;.;, -..-Post; /Oraxens '.^hambebs, opposite the G. Post ..???' ? ??':? O^CEyKcTT STEEET, StJiSKY. '''*'? ''?'?'' '?' V^r5-'::G*n^^;'i3i)fljii^;t^eiifc^' ??'?,.?'? ':^: -:?''? . . ? ? vBirt^,:I)^tMls,,«not!'3BamageS. ???'.. -f ??'???? r,,::; ? !;;t'^;'-'';3':5|O^e^f:i^js.^5S.. 'lh.:/';'-'/-.,^ . ? ,^ :-ariA3idiot^r^PBeds|Obtameil;'-.:.rii:;i|'i;: ? ? ?? .-. ?' :' 'ypr;^'?9'--'-'Vr-%^fiiWw'''.~.- r_':ai%:?g,--^' ?'?-',-?- .--:'? -.ytf/ MITHT7B COBITT ?? ; diankfuUy acknowledges the great amonijt ofifiiip port wKich has been accorded bim for i»a'»y years ;§)ast '. brought jabou t bjiaujialmost .unvarying. .,;.;?, ..',( /???'^?TlliAi;teTC1;aitoflM^Jt!ieJ?:^naT^y..?d^^ilct-lt:land*imr1l.?. flortant investigations that have been, placed in '????'? ?'?? ' ?:'iiiJB 'hands.-' v, ;?/'?;..,',-? -..?'-?s^v1/ ,'':'u'1;,. ?;;--?',???.??.' :? *?/; ?'???,- ' ??? :''and'tna1iA^''^rartrauiig^-4ue'S!ectedas-ical Court, Mr. CUBITT ha? '-often gendered essential service Lytbe discbveiy-of ng&...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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PATIENTS AND NURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

PATIENTS AND NURSES. Though Mtv. Gamp is becoming a rate gperimeu, :md schools foi nurses threaten to baniaii her aud Ler bisters for ever, tberu ate hundreds »f Hi-educated nurses lefr wlice ouo idea of conversation is fc.» dtuil then ex |-p r-cnces with other patients Out of the futiicss of thfir heart they iuflict upon Uip helpless invalid long accounts of the maiadi'-p of other sufferers, not sparing them a single horror, and dwelling with loiin^ roinuieueps on sveh Things as accidents and operation-! The fiFecis of their ghast;y t »!*?«. upon *i«»,r victims they regard as a tribute to_their own eloquence, uud Me mure horrified lie countenance, the uiore pleading the tone --£ 'Oh, don'f, nurse!' the hotter inspired are they to piir.-ue ihw account iot-» all tin- de tails of death and hutiai, and to begin «jjai» with some other tpnibfe stoiy at the -ery first opportnnitv. Their thoughts d \ *»H, naturally enough, upon thnjvownesj-erjo/;cis jn a profession Iliac cannot be called e...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

SEltrOUS ACCIDENT. Sydney, June 1. A man named named Metcalfe, a French polisher, fell from BealeV* new building this morning and received injuries likely to prove fatal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

Wasliinotou H. Soul k Go,, Patent Medicine § Drug Importers 158, 160, 162 PITT STREET, S Y 13 1ST E Y, Seven doors from King Street, and 263 PITT STREET. four doors bom Park Street. Tbe Gold Medal of the TSew Zealand Exhibitor was awarded to WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO for their Culinary and Pharmaceutical Prepara (ions, in full competition with all the various European and colonial productions and the n SILVER MEDAL of the Perth Exhibition was J also awarded to them for the only article they ex co tibited there, viz., the AUSTRALIAN RELISH ? AJ TO MAKE LIGHT BREAD and PASTRY, use the celebrated A. SOYER'S (of the Re si, form Club) BAKING and YEAST POWDER, warranted free from alum or any other dele terious article. Price, -Sd per tin. Sold by 7\ ,. all storekeepers. Wholesale and Retail by .?*?* - ?- 'Washingxon JL Soul and Go. . . A COUGH WHILE YOU CAN. because after taking Dr. Thompson's American COLTS- a JTOOf CO0GH LINCTOS, you will not be # - able to cough. Price, Is. Sold ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE LADY BRASSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

THE LATE LADY BRAS3EY'. A oossrrx society writer, speaking nfn.e late Lady Bras.«ey,-says : — ' She av.)1- a W&t- Jess horsewoman, and, when r- - ij^nr ; t Noruiaiihurs', often attended tli' ni«ets --f the East Sussex fos-li miters v. n't i-- »? daughter. The last time that L\-'.'. I) a—ei' wus out ivjth the hounds was in November 'last, when the meet was at Pc'i^'ia-j-. mid Sir Craven G-oring entertained the ii'mt r-t, breakfast in honor of his only Jau.M-r-)'.-- debut, on which occasion Lady B'H i-*v ie turn'ed thanks on behalf of the lul':- ;u a most amusing speech. A few tl.i\- .il'er ward she started for India to joiti i\u- Sun beam. To Lady Brassey her hu'-'-au.l u»e- such social ? distinction as he iu.tr h tve achieved. She was amiable, gem si, and am iritious, and it seems a fad fate i'ia' endc3. go abruptly the enjoyment of the coronet for which she had worked so hh-iiiunutrv. Among the public she wap Umu :-..s 'he aucnoress or ±ne voyage or iti« rsunu-^yn. Her deat...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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THE AGENT GENERAL. Sydney, June I. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

THE AGENT GENERAL. Sydney, Jane 1. Sir feaul Samuel leaves Sydney for Lon don in a fortnight.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

!:t;-'?i'; S'';?v^ ' ' The man who laughs is the fortunate individual i;'. A ('»'?' who sleeps soundly, for whom **good digestion i^-'?-M;!^:i :'':v'' waits on appetite,' and whose nerves never trouble ; ^.-tv1 j - Mm. Happy he or she who is thus treble blessed. ' ? t3*S; I1? Wb.euJrefreshing slumbers fail to visit yourpillow, v^:.;::;, 'V^ ??...; when your food tortures *? * -wl of benefiting you, ?Z';0&'?y;--;::'£:*. * -wheu a sudden, noise or i_o -east excitement sets ??,'.? ?„; ?/;:1yt,^ls your nerves ia a tremor, it IsMgh' tune that yon jy.'$£$$:'& resorted to a remeiy. - 'You -will certainly findit in afc^-T-t-,1--. Wolfe's Shnapps., Itt^- ; - - Blobson (the morning after the club banquet)— 58^™^^';:,', V ?_ WeU,.Pumpscy, how did you come out last night 1 ?^%';^:''?%i; Dumpsey— Give ns a hard one. 'Ask nie how I got .:i;i-'-;':~7sV in. ,-„ W'-ffi3$$r££ ? Cusedof Drisketg— ? A young friend of mine ^: j^p was cured of an insatiable thirst for liquor, which1 J^'ip...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

Bau t— Well, Em here to say I'm -'catl against -- ' '-nt business, tooth an-l toeoaiL ' Jood tawiy (horij.— .1) — You must he a heathen! Bad jnsn — 3Jb,'I'm not ; J'm a butcher. 1 Is IT Fossibi;e. — 'That a remedy wade of such ? 'eomntfni, simple plants as liops, Buchu, AlaiuVake, , '2a»4elion, etc., jjiakeso^uany and sucli mu'vcl JBBEa'n.'il wonderful cures as Dr. Soiiles Am- s lean - sop 'Bitters -lo? It must be, for when youn - an 1 ^o\d,-Tich and'poor, Pastor and Doctor, lawyer and eaitor/all testify to having been cured by the-, i, we must believejbiieni and~doubt no longer. *' 1' ?sfc' Maud — ^nd so you are uot going to many j oung Sofsly? 'Ethel— No. I can't many him. I never xjduld?wtite a pretty capital S, and so it wo Id lie Irard for me to write my name. Me. Henry .Jjabouchere is rather below the average size,' and wears a short-cut, som -M-bat griazly 'beard. His dress is unstudied, not to say careless, iarid he sits around Itis -piazza in easy-'fittmg shoes, -smoking ci...

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FORTUNE TELLERS. Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

FORTUNE TELLERS. Sydney. June 1. Three fortune tellers were yesterday sen tenced to twelve months imprisonment at the Quarter Sessions.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTORAL INTELLINGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. WetUrn JleraldiOmca, FsXDAX EvEMXC. Duriug the last day or two the weather lias i»een somewhat milder and suggestive masses of cloud* have been visible. Whether further rain is at hand or not it i«i impossible to say, but at dines their is evcrv axmearance of a good downpour. Onr Barringun correspondent wires tbc following ; 5264 fat cattle from TQbaroo station for Melbourne, Wbittingbam Bros, owner's, J Jenkins in cliarge, passed on the 31st May. Our Louth correspDii dent reports the passing on the 29th - ultimo of 351 fat cattle from Herbert Downs for Melbourne, G. A. and P. Mein owners, H. Loughuan in charge. At Hay, says the Rtverine Grader, \\ arm sunuy days have been the rule since our last, ami a russet hue is fc- be seen on spots that were brown before the recent rain. More moisture is needed to put things on a satisfactory basis, though lJi« receut fall has relieved the pressing necessity that existed. At Thargomindab, says the Herald, the weather con...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, June. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

TELEGRAMS. P.A RLIAM ENTARY. Sydney, June ]. In tlie Assembly the Railway proposals were again postponed. The debate on the resumption of laud for Post.Office street, was continued till three tliis morning and further adjourned. Many members demanded resumptions to make the street 100 feet wide. The Second Beading of tli« Chinese Re striction Bill was carried in the Upper House without division. After a long debate McEllioue's apology to the House was accepted and be was released from custody.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
J. ANDERSON & CO. Report for week ending 1st instant [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

3. A-TDEBSON & CO. Report for week ending 1st instant Report having sold (in conjunction with Dougharty Son and Parker) 2060 fat wethers for Messrs. Lindsay -Bros. Charlton. (In conjunctton with Griffiths and Weaver) acct Messrs. Simpson and Affick, 1000 cows on their Corilla Station to Mes-xs. Melliday Bros, of Forbes. 48 head of cattle for local consumption, also privately 22 head of horses. Trucked to Homebush on 25th 201 Thargoraindah . fat '.cattle, Armytage and Powell owners, consigned to J Leeds and Go 25th. 22heacl fat cattle to Orange '28th. 312 Dillalah fat cattle to Melbourne, consigned to Etterahank Eagleston and Mann. -29th 171 Hammonds Fenham fat cattle consigned to Pitt Son and Badgery. 36 Christains' Brindingabbo bullocks -consigned to Pitt Son and Badgery. 30th ISlThargomindah fat cattle cousigned to J. Leeds and Co. 31st. 168 horses, Gascard Hros. owners to Dubbo, also 1 13 bullocks to Mel bourne consigned to R Gibson and Co, Chris tian and Co. owners. 1st ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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MUNICIPAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

MUNICIPAL NOTES Only saved from lapsing by die arrival of an alderman for whom a messenger had been dis patched, Wednesday's Council meeting commenced half an hour after the time for which .it had been convened, but as the programme provided was not a long one, the known business aptitude of the civic mind was enabled to drop the curtain before tlie proceedings had stretched into any unusual hour. Amongst tne numerous letters received by the Council Clerk, and read by him for the information and edification of -the Aldermen, were one or two not unworthy of comment. For instance, the very modest request of the Kogarah Council that Bourke, through its Municipal authorities, should assist in the agitation for the railway to Circular Quay, by appending signatures both to a petition and a cheque,' is ample evidence of that expansive mind which enables Sydney and suburban residents to seek country assistance' for metropolitan fadsj without prejudice to the consistent opposition dis played...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

BOUGH ON CATARRH corrects offensive odors at once. Complete cure of worst chronic cases ; unequalled svs gargle for Aip theria. sore throat, foul breath. BOUGH OK PILES. Why suffer Piles? Immediate relief -mcl com plefce cure guaranteed. Ask for ' Rough on Piles.' Sure cure for itching, protruding or any f onn of Piles.'

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