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MATRIMONIAL SELL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

MATRIMONIAL SELL A whiter to an exchange gives the follow ing story of » distinguished actress, who, however, at the time of which I write wae only budding into fame. We all know how playwrights are anxious to give good parts to their favorite actrsssee, and also how actresses are ambitious to have good parts j written lor mem uj jj«..xj-»»iijju«.o, v»j«:uiior i their favorites or not. Misa Oranston — for so I must be allowed j to call her — was no exception to the rule, ( nay, I am sorry to say that, though not without a heart, she was cynically and cold bloodedly ambitious. She was not without heart, for ehe felt a serious liking for Mr. J Tom Higgins, a germinaling dramatist, who ' much admired her, and what he thought, of - equal importance, a good-looking man. ? By a combination of accident and inanoe- j uvering, LDss Cranston had become the leading lady in -a pretty fair company at a small theatre. Tom fiiggins, who had worshipped her while she was still dramati cally in her t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

X ROCHE, BAKER & GGNFECTIONER, etc. j MITCHELL-3T-, BOURKE, | (NEAR^THE POST OFFICE. \ 1 LL orders promptly executed. Bread suppliec J\. regularly of first-class quality. Picnic, Wed I ling and other parties catered for at shortest I aofcice. . ' COBB & CO.'S Steaid Coacn ana Baggy Factoiy BOURKB. Coaches, Buggies, Drays, Waggons, and Vehicles of &II descriptions ; Made to order and to any design ' Me2ia^rs eocecuted with- -lespfftc7i. I HOMCEOPATHT. FISHE^T*& CO., j i8 ^rxxza-oTCra. jstrbbt. srrxKKna'ar. HOMCEOI'ATHIC MEDICIITJES MOST -3-B3STEK,AJi3Ji'3r I3ST V6B. i A.COMTTrjM-For Feverish Inflammatory AHec tionB/Chills, Sblrerings, and Dry Couffbs.First Stage of ' Cold in the Head.' ASSENIC0M:— For Colds, Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis, Skin Diseases, and Diarrhma with Pains. BEIiIjADOSJM'A.— For Inflammatory Diseases, Erysipelas, .Sore Tbroat, Headache, Ueuralgia and TBlLeaiiiatasm^ BKyOMTA— For Pleurisy, 'Cold in the Chest,' with Cough and Pains, B...

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CARRINGTON HURDLE HANDICAP. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

CAMiJXGTOX HURDLE HANDICAP. Svdnivv. June 4. W. Potter w. n the dual heat of the Car rington lFurdle Handicap on Saturday.

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HANDBALL, Sydney, Jane 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

HANDBALL. Sydney, Jane i. Ine final round for £200 and the hand ball championship of Australia came oft' on Saturday between Langau and Jones the Australian. Jones won as he liked.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

PRACTICAL TAILOttj 3HTCBOEL1j STREET, BOURKE. Warning Pastures and Stock Protection Acts. FIl BE following gentlemen , have been appointed X Seceivers under the Pasture and Stock Protec tion Acts for the enening year — MB. CHARLES HEBDEKT, Wannaring. „ A, S. FOWLER. Urisino. „ H, CBOZIEB. Fort Grey. . ' „ T. WELSH, Salisbury Downs. „ ^T, w; KILLTCN; Elainora, „ II. D. A- FEEHAU, Tinapagee, „ JS, O'DOJSnSTELL, Willara. W- O. THOMPSON, Mount Stuart. „ A.B,;DAWES, Yandamaand VVarratta. „ J. A. P. GREGORY, Gotham Iiake. The ratea payable on Scalps, etc., of noxious ani . male, are ae follows, viz — Native Dogs, 10s, per tail and scalp both to be produced. Kangaroo *ls per scalp. ? E. MAY STEER. Secretary P. and S, B. Wanaaring. 'Noew of vertical hand separator MesW WAOGH & JOSEPHSON (Sole Agenlsin Sew South Wales and Queensland for the ' De Laval' Sepabatobs) have 130 and 90 gallons separators for steam and horsepower, and 23 and 12 gallons hand separators, the * latter, called ...

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T0 THE EDITOR OF THE " WESTERN HERALD." ,' ! [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

TO THE EDITOR. OF THE ' WESTERS HEBALD.' Sik, — I notice Mr. Inglis, Minister for Education, lias stated it is the intention of the Department to supply many of tbe Public Schools with shade trees, and asks that the teachers and children should take them under their care ; but surely, previous to this ornamental and 'useful thing being done, it would be infinitely better to provide the teachers and children with a building suitable to the growing requirements of our town. Numbers of parents in Bourke, whose children attend the Public School, will agree with me that we stand more in need of enlarged space at the school, when it is found necessary to place our little ones out on the open verandah at this unsettled and cold lime of year. It seems monstrous that any one possessed with a spark of feeling for the health and comfort of the little ones should allow them to be placed in such a position, at the present season. It was bad bad enough in summer, but what state to profitably rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

Patent Medicine $ Drug -Importers^ 15% 160, 162 MTT STREET; '**' - ', , ';'?..' -'/'s, ybn'et, ?????? : :\;!;:':';1; Seven doors from King Steeet, and '* .., , ':S.e8''i.PITT;STJR;EjET';,' Four doom from Part Street. ' Tne Gold Medalof the New Zealand Eshibitior wasawarded toW^HTOGTOlfH. SOUIi &jCjpf » for ifyeir Culinary and Fhaimaceuifical Prepara ? European-' and colonial productions and -the klsP awarded to thWfor the only article tliey ex hibited there, viz., %eAIJSTEALI&N EEL^H ; ''?:,.,.,: ]:???:?'??? ';--r-Ai^r)?'t^')J':,y^y '?????:?? tJjUn*:;* ffiO MAKE LIGHT BREAD and PASTET, «se«iE«ele»Bated ^^YEE'S {of tiie^): formClab)BAK13!fGand YEAST POWDlfR; ' ' terious article. Price, 6d per tin. Sold . by :. all storekeepers, ^blesale andi^ ,;,;??' _ ::';;iW^HlHBTO^;-iH.;So^.andGo. V',. :'.'. '? ' ,.'' ^.. ... ','',. . '' . '., '''cbUGir^ 'after;1 ' taking Dr. Thompson's ,Anverican«iG.OLTS ' agents for the Australian colonies, -'fWi/SB.^ \ . - ; - ;^^;?i:?:I»GTOH;'a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE AUSTRALIAN LAM) NATIONALIZER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

CORRESPONDENCE THE AUSTRALIAN LAND NATIONALIZED TO THE EDITOR OF TttE ' WESTEJiX HEU-VLB.1' Sis, — Every land nationalizer will thaukyou for your kindly notice of the incorporation of the Australian Land Rationalizer Newspaper Company at lithgow, under the able management of Mr. John FarrelL The shares liave been taken up all over the colony without the assistance of brokers. Most of them have been taken up by men to whom tne spread oi xne principle was tnc sole considera tion. It is pleasant to be able to state that the financial prospects of the concern are excellent. All the shares of the first issue liave not been taken up. Persons who would like to help the cause by taking up shares can write to the Editor, Mr. John Farrell, or the Secretary of the Company, Mr. Joseph Cook, both of Lithgow. As it is desired to scatter the proprietary all over the country to ensure a personal interest in every electorate, the maximum number of shares that one shareholder can hold is limited to f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

, Post iXhvxm Ciumber*, opposite ?,? toos-CI-. Post Office, Pitt Street, STDKEr. ; Births, Deaths, andlSamages. ?. \.,--i- . ????? ,v:AHd!i-»therrI)eeds--3,btai33.e'dL- ? , . . ;?;, .'????:?.-?? ?? ''-?.?.? '!.:?:;?/?!?:?:.?? :W..r[\': '. ?'£?£. i-'^y ,'-f;;:ffl. Vf« ARTETFR CUEITT thankfully acknowledges the great amount of snp port which has been accorded him for many years past brought about by an almost unvarying ; .SERIES OF SUCCESSES '..'.;, ? ' -rliich have attended the many difficult and im oortant iuvestigations that have been placed in nlsiiaurb-- ? ? ' -'??,. ???'': ??.?'?V ? '? ? '??' ?: ?? :' IN TEACI3STG OF EOS^r HEIBS, and matters pertaining to tiJie Ecclesiastical Court, ' Mr. CUB1TT has of Leu rendered essential service ly the discovery of rightful claimants, and the .; IKVESTIGATIOIT OF PEDIGREE. With an ever-sliiftuigpopulation, daily enquiries -arc-made for - MISSING RELA7'IVESAiro FRIENDS Through the facilities afforded by ^this^ :\ -?*' ?? '. .',:'??: , JNSTECU...

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WULF v. STAESRURY. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

WULF v. STAN8P.TTRV Svdnev. June +. In the sculling match between Wulf and Stansbury for £200 aside. Stansbury van .easily by 30 lengths. Timp, 20 rain. 46£ sees.

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TELEGRAMS FOOTBALL MATCH, Sydney, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

TELEGRAMS. EOOTBALL MATCH.. ?Sydney, Jtuie i. A large concourse attended the Associa^ tion ground on Saturday to witness the match between the English and Australian footballers. Although the latter worked well and played a good game, the Britishers showed themselves the best from start to finish. In the fimt spell the English scored 11 to nil, second spell finishing with the score at 18 to 2.

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LOCAL AND GENERA!. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL 'A report lias been in circulation that A. Paul and partyjhad struck payable gold and silver oi) the Dunlon ranges about 40 mues from Louth ; we have been requested to state that such is not the case, and caution the public uot to be misled by such reports. The new Railway Time Table ' has beeu -Issued, ant no alteration in the arrival or departure ot mails to and from Bontke has taken place. It is notified in the Government Gazette that a sale of Crown Lanlis will be held iii Bourke on the 13th instant. We hare EeceiveA from Mr. Waddell a coj»yof a letter from tbe. lauds Department stating th-'* the^survey -of fte voa& from €k»ngolg-ju to Bjrock lias just been completed, the necessary plan, however, uot having been sent in, lnii the Surveyor lias been asked to expedite acfiou, j The theatre goers of this district will be pleased learn the Mr. C. H. Taylor's *? (Mled Back *' ramatic Company are about to pay us another isit, being advertised to perform at Lo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

If the previous utterances of aldermen may be taken, as any guide, the communica tion from the Works Department relative to the Wa ier Works must have taken them by surprise. The letter to which ire are re ferring was read at the Special Council meeting on Friday, a report of which ap peared in our last issue, and its purport was w uuwiu iuc wuuvu mumj cae waver works were now under their control. Any doubt that might otherwise have existed as to the custody of the works was setat rest by the Mayor informing his brother aldermen that he had received the key of the engine room. Whether tbe works are good, bad, or indiff erent, the Council is now in possession, and the Borough is liable for any amount the Government likes to debit it with. The action of the majority of the aldermen is certainly not evideu.ee of any large amount of foresight Shortly after the Collapse of the Works, which occurred some little time back, it was suggested that a competent civil engineer should, be commiss...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

PUBLIC MEETING. A meetimj was held at the Royal Hotel on Mon day afternoon last, in accordance with au in fluentially signed requisition to the Mayor, to consider the advi»ability of inviting BBs Excellency the Governor, the Premier, and the Minister for Lands to visit Bourke during tlie Show week. The following gentlemen were present:— His Worship the Mayor (Mr. W. H. Darnell) Mr. C. Me Arthur King, P.M., Messrs. V. Brown. J.P., D. Macalister, J.P., J. J- Robertson, J.P., Sproule, JTevile, Shaw, Scrymgour, and representatives of the press. The Mayor explained that in consequence of a requisition received by him, as Mayor, he had con vened the meeting. It was for those gentlemen present to decide what was to be done. The movement hail been promised good support from prominent townsmen as well as from some country gentlemen. It was proposed by Mr. C. L. Nevile that His Excellency Lord Carrington, Lady Carrington, and suite, die Hon Sir Henry Parkcs, and the Hon. Thos. Garrett be invi...

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LOUTH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

XOTJTH NEWS - -FR0M OUR OWN COERESrOXDE-'T ) Iv inv_ last I told you but very little concerning the miners on the Dunlop Ranges, but I told you there was nothing definite; but within the last few days the mines have been visited by quite ft -number of people from Bourke, Cobar, W^leaunia ftpd other places', iy«o ^eeui so saiiguine tliat many of then} have pegged out claims, whilst others, I lielieve, have bought shares in the Dunlop mines already taken up ; in fact there is quite an excite ment and from what I hare seen myself of the stone goi there, I should say there is every likeli hood of success. As yet there is not much improve ment in our town affairs, as work has only jast ommenced on stations about here, and therefore a dearth - f news. The river here is, now crossable for traffic. We are to be visited Jiordy by the Called Back C- .n many, and we hope they will play what they ju'vei-iise on their play Mia or posters in this town. We are much in need of a Salvation Army hero...

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PRISON REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

PEISON REFORM Thk hoard of managers of the Elmira Refor matory (says tbe New York Tribune) make an important and valuable suggestion in their annual report. The Reformatory is now crowded to its utmost capacity, the number of inmates during the yfax having averaged 785. It ought to op able to receive from the juvenile reformatories b.iys who are too old and too depraved proper] v to find a place there, and whu need the discijiMije of the Elmira Reformatory. At the same -ime the fact is recognised that there are large numbers of young men ir»w in the Stale prisons for first offences who- are more pro perly subjeels for reformatory than for penal treatment. The question then arises whether the reformatory shall be enlarged, or some other means shall be found of widen ing the operation o£ the S3'etem employed there. The managers are strongly against any addition to tbe buildings of Elurira, but recommend instead the adoption of their system, in some one of tuj State prisons, re placing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

Plain and Fancy Dress Bail * LL Ladies willing to as&isl in the aiTangemeul XX for the Forthcoming Hospital Ball will kindly meet in the Magistrates loom at the Court House on Thursday next, June 7th, at 4.30 p m !N.B. — Any friends of the Hospital who are will ing to assist in providing the refreshments are Te quested to communicate with €he Secretary, GEO: 1UTJTLETT. rpFNDERS are invited f t Hie erection of 10 miles ! of rabbit proof fenelj- ? ou COROXfi A. PEAK STATION. Thalowo.-ti.-iuv lender nol ucecs saiilj j.cfeptu.L Specifications to be f s.i at the office of Raleigh Aitkmi and f'o., n u- Royal Hotel. Tenders, fi close on -2Otb JUNE. Tenders ,uldruis,beil to BOOTH, J-CRTOK & CO., Coronga Peak, Byrock. Tenders. 11ENDERS will be received by the undersigned . up to Saturday 9fch June from persons willing to excavate about four thousand -;ubic yards of earth near Louth. 6 feet deep, earth to be placed so as to dam tw o small channels at one end of tank, average o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

WANTED Assistants for the DBESSHAEXRf :, also Apprentices. MRS. BARRY. TO IJET.' TT1OUR ROOMED Wttage in Hope street App'y JP ' f E.HESELER, Oxley Street, ? ' ? Bourke. K)E TWO NIGHTS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT-JUNE 8th, 9th. lortyne Comedy Gompny F. C. MORTYNE, Meager. OPENING PERFORMANCE the sparkling one act Comedy PUBLIC OPINION. Written1 for Miss Carrie Swain by Lancelot Booth, Esq. To be followed fey a Strong MUSICAL OL\O Introducing llr. C Palmer, Tenor Singer, late of Her Majesty's Theatre. To conclude witli BEAE AND DUMB 2Jew faces fresh pieces, change of programm*. on Saturday evening. ? PRICES 4s. AND 2s. ? ? Nbf&r» *o Scooters, etc 'ffWRKjSy Shooters and other trespassers on J. Mooeulta will be prosecuted without respect ofpersotts. -- E. J. BARTON. ? , , ? ^ i Manage . B0URKE~~ PRIVAS E ASSEMBLI 3£ WINTER OF 1888. ' coMwrrrEE : C. McA. King, P.M., V. Browne, H. T. R. 1-all, C. L. JNevile, F. W. D. Martin, H. W. Hill, W. H. Duriell, G. C. Toinpson, E. MacFari-...

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RUSSIA AND TURKEY. London, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. London, Jiroe 4. The Russian Ambassador at Constanti nople has demanded from Turkey arrears of indemnity incurred in last Russo-Turkish war; the amount payable annually is L320.600.

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EMPEROR FREDERICK. London, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

EMPEftOR FREDERICK. i, London. June 4. Emperor Frederick lias issued a rescript enjoining freedom to rotors in order to pre vent pressure hitherto brought to bear on elections. 'The Russian Ministry refuses to promulgate law and threatens to resign.

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