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

H i.Ll.iisbed 183*5 IncoilibratpJ 1848. ; ; : i '%^Ul £fif-O,-X-O . ^iS^r^^a^&^OJf v-.ll.*ervc (or EqnalisaUon o- Dividends £135,000. drafts ivijoi, an 1 »S'i '*'»! k^fcii!2 iiusiness *nini-; ? ..„:„, „,!!%-£? ,& :f P't''' '', ?.''.? 1 'f ' 4 ? :? ,' r ^ v.i-., ... ?r~r^^.T:'i'^^.:-;-;j|y^^^;^^^:r^e-Jgi3Jjy1.-;.j-'; ... ...? , .; : ^i^|^|::;Mj^'l^#4:;;f-l Bourke Branch: Mitchell Street. ''. ?'? ' ' '? ';' ?.-.t ???'?' * r-f-^4-T' :':-^VVi'--H'1'ii.:?'i' ? ;? 'jil usual ^hanJaii^'hysincss'trcfisacied: 1 * ? ' _ ' ' . c. G-.KENT, :' T'; ' ' ''.:,.. ... ..... ' ,i? ?..,],-,- .-.^.'?/'???.??..Manager.- The London GImftered Bank of i .?.lrj,i.rsffa-K!!«TftliCli2rt«'., IJOURKE BKANCI. ?; ?? ????'? ? ?^,-^:^V-^w.Mii&i ? '?:???:-. : ? ? ? ? . : :. ? ? ? ? ,? ?*$:?:? ^t^g&^MLh:' ????'? ? '^mnirwoner^for^iEJingto^^B^.?.^'^^!^; Comniis*E *ori ^ for» 'tilting ffidar ill feiNew 'Soutb; ? ' ?? '?? .-:?.'? l ^??i^^-;^-?'^^:'^^i^V?^^?^^#?»^Y;.^^^/:;^lV^^^y» 1 i^^J ' ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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VIVIENNE. BOOK VI. CHAPTER I. CONTINUED. LEARNT IN SUFFERING [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

VIVISNNE. Bl THE ATJTHOB OF ' A£y L\DT ColJliETli;.' BOOK VI. CHAPTER I. ? COyTIXUED. IjEAENT IN SUFFEBIHO ' Tiiey ramc in su tiering What they teach in song. —Shelling. And in sjiite of li»r lov-- fin- art, i.i sjiiij. of thetriumphs and imlfjjcinlemeof ho- -1:iih lift*, Vivjenne was not. liapj»y — not even so happy as when, with the vain aud perplexity of her life at lieim: fteus, liif co:is!unt tax on her time and ?ibedujnc«; ' hic'i Hie Couir tess -le Verdrcuil had dt-ni;md«J, -(ie:c s ill lingered de^p down in h«r iifarf the sweet, untroubled fancies of her iovi-.ihvim. She lived iu utter sniitntie; of llui world she knew little ; of the friends and ncquiiiiii ance of tier ptist life, in Paris or at Keuoii geux, she never iieard ; aud aT uight she went lo the physical aud mental fatigues of the stage, it was more for the real love and the real genius she had for art than because she valued the victories she gained :!in) tin' homage she received. They were of worth because fcbey...

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

THE LEADING HOUSE IN SYDNEY. ! SOLE IMPORTERS OF THE FAMOUS 'HI6NON' PIANOS. THE MAGNIFICENT j hjnisch piauos, J! THE SPLEKTDID I BECHSTEIN PIANOS ' CLOUGH & WAREEN AMERICAN OE&ANS ^^SB^^ SOLB IMPORTERS OF THE pM|^T^SBBB^' T H E MAGNIFICENT ^I^^^IHHI &°:Tiscn riAN°s ^gg^^^^EB^B' THE SPLENDID \ IS^Kr CLOUGH & WAEE33N; ^SEBBM^ AMERICAN ORGANS NICHOLSON & Co., King and, €X eorge-sts.9 Sydney. W. W. CAMPBELL, W HIO JL J£i=3 .AJL U Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Bedding Manufacturer and General importer Nos; 311 & S13 C^STI^TDRE^GKEI WTJREET. Next to St. George's 01: irch, and near corner of Bathurst Street, Purchase Your Furniture AT THE ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE, WHERE YOU HAVE A EiOrge and well assorted stock ? OF ALL CLASSES OF FURNITURE ND FURNI HING REQUISITES TO SELECT FROM. » — Intending Furnishers unable to visit Sydney can obtain full infor mationand Illustrated Price Lists from our local agent, Mr. Wm. Evans Central Australian Show Ro...

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

TTTANTED Assistants for the DRESSMAKING, f? also Apprentices. MBS. BARRY. T10UR BOOMED cottage in Hope street. Apply jj E. HESELEB, Oxley Street, Bourke. GA-XJTIO^T. DRIVERS in charge of vehicles -of any descrip tion) are hereby cautioned against driving their conveyances through the streets of the Jluui -cipality between sunset and sunrise, without bearing ?proper lights as required by section 14 of the Municipal By-lavs. - ' PERCY MILNE. Inspector of Licensed Vehiekc Queensland, Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, NOTICE JT is hereby notified for the informatioa of the j_ public that Messrs. &ancarrow and Bartlett hare heen appointed Agents at Bourke for the dis semination of all information relating to lands now open to selection in Queensland. Persons desir ous of applying for farms in this Colony are refer red to them accordingly for catalogues, lithographs and particulars of conditions. WALTER C. HDNN, Under Secretary. Notice to Shooters, etc. rnURKEy Shooters and ot...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual forU»ightiy meeting of theabove Council was held at the Chambers on Wednesday last, the follo«-i.,g being present :-The Mayor (Mr DanieU) Aldermen Gray, Bloxham, Morrison, and Roche^ ^ The previous minutes having been canned, a l(e1itio,, «-as read from residents of East Ward pmyijig for an extension «» «?' '™~» ?«- «»«= w th.-.t end of the town. t . _ The Mayor mentioned that the Hospital Com mittee had decided to carry the water -to' that building, and was now seeking to i ascertain what assistance, if any, it was likely to obtaui from other property holders interested. This matter might be left over till it was known what the committee intended to do, as a division of the cost might thus be effected. ? It was decided that the matter should l-e an order of the day for the next meeting. \ letter was read from the Goulburn Council stating that the by-law in reference to the Salvation Aruiy (copy of which had been requested) had not been upheld by the Sup...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING A special meeting of the Council was called for yesterday afternoon by the Mayor, in consequence of the receipt by him of the following communica tion from the Public Works Depaatment : —Sir, — I am directed to forward for the information of your Council a copy of the notifieatirii which, ap peared in the Gazette of the 15th inst., -with respect to the completion of the Water Supply Works for tne town or Bonnie, ami so uuonn you xuat in accordance with, the provisions of the Country Towns Water and Sewerage Act the works in question are now under the-control of the Council. I have, etc., J. BARivrxo, Under Secretary. The following were present in addition to the ' Mayor :— Aldermen Bloxham, Gray, Roche, and Morrison. The Mayor said that Mr. Searle had that day handed him the key of the engine-room, and in formed him that he had paid the men up to the 31st May. He and Alderman Bloxham had in spected the works He had temporarily engaged the engineer and turn-co...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL Our Loutli coirespoti(k-nt writes tliat specimen's from the Dunlop claims have arrived in town, but nothing definite' is known as to their import, though those who profess to know predict very favourable results. Tbc forfieted homestead leases announced to be sold by the local Crown Land'6 Agent, were duly put up l-y action yesterday afternoon, two out of the three offered finding purchasers at the upset price. The names of the purchaser's ave P. Buck ley, for the lease situated on the Bo^ran, Parish Cowper, aud Jas, Reilly, on the Wan-ego, parish Irrara. DuBTKG a discussion in the City Council on Wcd nctday night (6ays a Bathurst paper) the Mayor stated that tenders had been called from parties willing to contract for cleaning out the gutters, but only two tenders had been received. The Mayor therefore came to the conclusion that while many men were amongst the unemployed, yet there did not aeem to be any great desire to get work. Any person walking our streets -w...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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AUTHORS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

AUTHORS AND TOBACCO. I heard the other day that a well-known tobacconist was about to offer a substantial prize for an essay ' On the Influence of To- | 'bacco on the Thought of the Age ' Tl»i« I should surely be a most interesting subject, j and should the notion be carried out and .-? selection of !}lie essays published, a moat interesting volume may be looked for. It would be curious to kiiow what particular phase of thought would be the result of the _^__^ influence of the pipe, the cigar, an, I the ' cigarette. Then there would be the variety of thought produced by the variety of the pipe, of cigar, and of cigarette. The long cIbj, or ** churcb^wardet/' as it is colloqui ally termed (by the way, who first christened it, and why was it so called V), is hardlr a fashionable smoking implement just now. However, I believe it was hugely enjuye.l by the late Lord Lytton, and it was the constant solace of Thomas Qarlyle. Lord Tennyson babitually smokes the long clay. And. after all it...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

'WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The following is a precis of ® paper' on .- ' 'Western Australia,' read by Mr. C. S. ', Gillett before the New Si-uth Wa!i-s Branch | of tne Royal -xeograpl-i-:al Soeiprv of * up- j tralaeia on Thursday iat-t Mr tiillelt map a member of an expeiii'ion which rpcentty ; explored the country lying between Norili;nu j and Eucla (Wet-tcni Austialia) \}-. the? . interest of a Sydney t-jiuUrate At ]e»st ? 200 milee of thf route travel sed had rot been explored beforo. The objcci »-f t-\r journey was strictly cominercia], wjid was simply to ascertain wJi«mJ;«t, in thp event of the construction of a raii way factwren tln-fe 1 towns, any sphous enj-inertiB£ difficulties would ha\e lo be faced. Tne « hole distance of 700 miles (200 M winch wore, as before stated, entirely known) was covered by five men and 14 borsc-s in the remarkably short space of 55 days. The expedition Jpffc the town of JSTorthain, situated about 70 miles east of Perth, on the 5th August, 1887, and. aft...

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F. L. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

F. I*. BARKER. 'Weekly produce sale :— WooL Better news from * ..r-r-Xjonaon-iFhere, 3000 bales have changed hands privately at a substantial advance on last series quotations. We may therefore look forward to increased competition at nert Monday's sales here. The ' arrivals are however unimport ant. Sheepskins. A strong demand exists and slightly higher figures have been realized this ?week as follows viz. , Best 4£d to 5 W, fair growth 3?dto4W, 8hort 2|d to 3£d, crossbreds 4d to 5d psr lb. Hides. Still anotiier fall to note rwifli limited demand principally due to the de pressed state of the leather trade. The- home market, too, Is in state ' -llapse and on this account sHppera' oper-v-v : 'are; temporily .sus pended. Tbc following are jow the ruling rates viz prime conditions extra weights, stout 3d to 3 Jd ordinary heavies 2Jd to 3d, medium 2gd to 3d, light 3d to 31d, damrged Id to l$d per lb. - 3bllow, .As anticipated in. .my., last ,-price3_ on Friday were lower by about 10s p...

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J. B. WOOD AND COMPANY, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

J. B. WOOD ASD COMJ'AST, 'Xtiite of Wood and Horn-ood), sheep and cattle - salesmen, Wagga Wagga, report the following sales of live stock, direct and in conjunction with other agents:— 18,000 mixed weaners for Mr., RobertEand, of Mahonga ; 8090 mi*ed weauers for Mr. aChomas Sanderson, .of . Archdale, Victoria ; 13JO00 extra prime fat wetiiers for Mr.; Fitzwilliam-TWentworth,. of ; Burrabogie, Hay ; 5500 2-tooth ewes for Mr. David McCaughey, of Coree, Jerilderic ; 6000 mixed weaners for Mr. E. Wakley, of JLtnu Plains ; 12-«ad of store - + bullocks tor Mr. Andrew Broad ; jo. team of 12 'bullocks for Mr. George Mitchell, of Bon Accord, Wagga ; and have leased 5000 acres on account of Yarrangerry station, and have given delivery of 10S3 store Jbullocks, on account of J. and W. Christian, from Richmond Downs station , ! Queens land. Total sales of sheep, 50,500.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

The Vol«nteer; Movement appears to be gradually extending both in area and popu larity. Many inland towns have latclj wit nessed the inception of rifle corps, some of which are now fairly established i:i the lar ger towns on the Western line. Even in the busy life of Broken JSill time appears to ha,v« been foand bj a sufficient number of eligible volunteers to start two companies, whilst coming to ourowji town tli re is every indication tliat It will not be very long be fore Bourke «dso witnesses the embodiment ota corps. inero is certainly no reason why such should not be the case. The toI unteer movement both in the old poultry and in the colonies has invariably been suc cessful, spite of the fact that in the latter case it has not been altogether unhampered by officialism. It is satisfactory, however, to note that the Government is considering the present system with a view to its radical reform, .in' jwKch case, we may look' for ' an even -greater expansion of the movement. In a...

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

ETAN ANT) TUMUOM), STOCK AND STATION AGENTS,,- AND «FAT STOCK SALESMEN, - MELBOUaN £ 6.N D BOUEKE^ 'ftvan.' Hammond and Oonkin^ :rtyj%W,'SQNS & BADGERY, STbbk AN^ srATIOK A»ENTS -^BB^4SbtJATTLS SALESMEN. ^OFFICE :— PArtoral Chambecs. Oeorge Street, ' ^ .., ? SYDNEY. , * , - ** ' ? 1 ^Aoc6uiit\6a1e? r^dered; and proceeds paid ^ ' iuGasb. Joseph Leeds and Co,, SHBBl* AND CATTLE SALESMEN. 9 Bank Chambers ^Jamieson-st , SYDNEY. tj«l.-- »r Ft S.o U »t H'ui^if1' Y»r«s - aiON AY & THUKSDAY Sali- «f I'''1 ^- ^ :l C.r«-o-a-ioi Y+r** - WEDNESDAY «n.l FRIDAY. STATIONS AT TH-C KXOHANOE. i.oanB N.-gotint''!. Supplies '.'ur hi'nl ?'-! F.»r\v»rlcd. Splen Hi ' c; -m nid*:i ??? i-.r Si ..-t **. II - budi, a!i i ali Kaihvay Sta'ions. AGENCIES ALL OVEE THE COLONIES. Bourie Agency -SIcs rs. J. Andm^ & C-. T M E WESTERN IRONMONGERY C0-, WHOLESALE & RETAIL Ironmongers and Grocers, DLBERY'S BUILDINGS, OXLETST., BOTJEKE, Execute Orders at Lowest Prices. Agencies z — Hapsburg...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO , [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

JOSEPH LEEDS AND OO , 25,000 sheep and 2400 cattle yarded this week. Sheep market opened dull, and values for best qualities are rather firmer. Best wethers made to lls :6d. Our sales were 2000, including Daiton's wethers, at 13s 4d ; Richardson's lambs ?to lls; Toole'a wethers 10s lOd ; Webb'e wethers -? '-$*£& i Barnes' ewes LOs 3d. . Cattle market very drill owing' to large supply, prices falling 15s. Our Bales i were nearly ? 450, including- Ford's bullocks, averaging £6 4s Cd ; Tliargomindah bullocks £5 8s fid.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. JT5OM rrTT, SON', AND BADGERY. May 31. 11,000 sheep penned to-day ; market opened firmer, but weakened as . sales progressed. We sold 2400, including 2000 Walhallow -wethers, 9s 5d to 9s 9d ; Thompson Bros, lambs 9s -id, etc 1160 cattle yarded; market lower, especially for inferior quality, of which there was a large supply. We sold over 600, including Thos. Cook'e -300 bullocks, £5 6s 9d ; Christian and Co.'s Brindingabba bullocks, £o 17s 7-l ; Ham mond's bullocks, £4 19s ; the cow*, £3 14s : 200 Warrah cowb, £3 15s, etc

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JOHN BRIGHT. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

JOHN BRIGHT. London, May 31. John Bright is in a fair way towards re covery.

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MESSES. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

.- i MESSES. GRIFFITHS AND AVEAVEB. Report under date 31st nit :— At Homebush to-day 1154 cattlo were yarded. .Market was dull throughout, and a slight 'fall noticeable, best beef realising 15s per LOOlbs. We sold 1 16 bul locks for Messrs. Dangar aud Bell, from Noorindo, at £5 9s (id. 11,200 sheep penned ; market easier for. other than prime quality pens ; , SOlb. wethers 9s. We sold for Messrs Salting Bros., of Cunningham Plains, 20 weddei-s at Us 7d, being top price for inerinoB ; 52S do. at 10« ; also for Mr. Robert Beit, of Winderradeeu, --?—... ? 59 wedders at 7b 61 ; 10S Iambs, Ss 2d to 9s 7d ; 40 do., 7s 7d to 7s Sd.

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REPORTED FRENCH ANNEXATION. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

EEPORTED FRENCH ANNEXATION. London, May 31. The report tliat tlie French flag had been raised on Maitre Isle lias been officially con tradicted.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ) Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

'(fBOK ODE OW» CORRESPONDENT ) . . Sydney, June 1. 1149 cattle yarded, '* market dull, prices receded ; best bullocks averaged £6 4s 6d. 11,200 sheep penned, market firm at late rates; best merino -wethers brought 1 Is 7d.

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IRISH QUESTION. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

IRISH QUESTION. London, May 31. The Irish Hierarchy view the Popes de cree as tending to remove obstacles to the nltfniate success of the Irish National move ment.

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