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AMONGST LIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

: AMONGST '? ? '' ? ':';j A* Wt Harry frl'l -ast asleep, slid eVeii I coulil snari-te'v keep «»y ev-*s opps:. 'in'deieflj-1 I was just ,d topping oft' when suddenly PharaoH ' iuu e irie a pbsb. : - : ' Jjisiei),Mie w iiiepered. ' ] w:as«wak-; in a fcoud, rind ii-f-'iiiig with sill mv fars. . J'Tom l ii' doing* bT i4i ? i|,i» j'igM-. ;«»f -,the. iisli+iiin-jr sii.i.'tm'eJ; st uii'tn to' which ihe sick ox as tied cunve a faint ATAckliug noise- Pr^nliy jt was pented. .Sometning . was ? .moving' there, faimly at id quietly enough; bat s! Mi th ving perceptibly, («r in th« intense stiliuessi ;(--f tbe night any sound seetned loud. I woke up Harry, who instantly said, 1 Whore is she ?' and -began* to. point his rifle about1' in a fashion 1 ) h..t was moire -4»Higer : ous to us aud the cs than to any ^possible ..lioness. -y ' 4I: Be q^iei f - M»isP''^d «a vagei^ and i^as ; I did 'so,' with .a low and, .-'hideous.'; ga-w,| r.at flasli of yellow light sped out of tlie clump - of Jjush^past t...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION, Sydney, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

the Chinese question, Sydney, June 8. The clauses in the Chinese BUI, compell ing resident Chinese to report themselves and to take out licenses, and enforcing penalties for non-production thereof, have been negative by the Legislative Council,

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Loss and Gain. CHAPTER I. "I was taken sick a year ago With a billions fever." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

[?] j;..' i '? «HMf5CEB|L | v'.^j j ?- '?''?V, -''r '' i: 'f 'kj ; dp^^p^nomiped'ime agaiu, with jternble ';pains ,|n ; my 'Iw^ 'land ^si&ev] Could not move ! ^ : - ' ?1' V! ?' - ,rl ' tlt I shrunk I. ' - ?, .! . i!l£ ^ ;} . *! j;; ifeti , .a From 2281bs to 130 ! I had been doctoring for .myrln^'^liiiit-ifeaid^ne no dmaiLi i fldidjiot iexpeBti to live more thau tliree months. I began to use Di'. Soule7s Auiericaii Hop Bitters., D^ectly iiiy appetite retMriied my pains left me, iiiy entire system seemed renewed as if by magic and after using several bottles, 1: am not bnly as jsoiind as a' sovereign, but weigh .more ;than: I| did i .To ( 'Hpp Bitters Jwe'iny'.tife.,'r ! S *??''; :'vf ?!, : ;? , ? -i ? ? i :?- , ; j;.. ;-: : ,:r ( E. Fitzpateick. ri f ;; Dublin, June 6, :86. ? i 'vy i-s;-. , , ?, ';.-3HA:P33SEfn. ' '* L- Gentlemen^— ' !' ? ' I havesuifered\vithatta-^ofssicklieadache.-' teiTible and exa^iating manner. ? ? Ko medicine or doctor could 1 give me relief or cure, un...

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THE RAILWAY PROPOSALS. Sydney, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

THE BATLWAY PROPOSALS. Sydney, June 8. The Government railway proposals are a loopline from Marrickville to Liverpool, Westmead to Dural, Pearce's corner to Mil son's Point, Goulburn to Crookwell, Bega to Eden, Kentucky to Ihverell, Nevertire to Warren, Narrabri to Walgett, Maitland to Tweed, a line to Wilcannia via Molong and Parkes, via Cudal and Forbes, Kiama to Jervis Bay, Culcarin to Corowa and Tempe to Long Nose Point.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

ARTHUR CUBITT Poet Oifiot Chambers, opposite the G. Pobt Office. Pitt Street, Sctnev. WiRgj-ng Friends, Next-of-kin, and General Inquiry Agent Certificates obtained of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Copies cf WD Is . And other Deeds Obtained, ARTFnirCUIiITT thankfully acknowledges the great .inionnt of sup port which has been accorded him for iiinuy. years past brought about by an almost unvarying SERIES OP SUCCESSES -vhich have attended the many difficult and ioi oortant investigations that have been placed in '????v. nis hands. ? , : ? -j . . IN TRACING OF LOST HEIPS, and matters pertainingto the Ecclesiaslical Court, Mr. CUBITT has often rendered essential service by the discovery of rightful claimants, and the INVESTIGATION OF PEDIGREE. With an ever-shifting population, daily enquiries are made for MISSING RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Through the facilities afforded by this : INSTITUTION HUNDREDS HAVE BEEN RESTORED to their anxious acquaintances, or tidings of them aster! aiued. -It no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

A Voice from the People. ? - i THE GEEATEST CURATIVE SUCCESS , OF THE AGE. eittebs. ^r,it%lt4ndsi,.ib-rlaiy,,tbe,,lbest*';lmb,T^|bura,fiye1* : article'ih' 'the'uvorldj'y'! j i due to -tiie advertising it has received. ,li is famous - 3h^^iaBajEwmvpf?ais, 15 5 8g-ic3aimea''^.ft.;::;Jt|s'!iMr.hiibd7r^i^raV;')$ey^' j; ?taad«iffec.taire;^ent;^lriibwns#pi:;ithef!ijjiil^il^,'!-tap;bfe j debiUtatbd'isysteins and ? ' Ophir, 3SLS.W., Dec. 9th, 1886. I , Bell's Bitters ^^on&darm^ i&.^3cnt3emen— I ? effect of a cold I contracted while at work under 1 ground. I ;- ,aisp,lksbh tp Several doctora a^d liavie i&tireoelyedt ,i any heuefit, at times I am able to work for a few weeks then get bad and' for as many months am 4 confined to th'e house. I. got a Jjotile of your' ;I took ; a -gl^^yswl|awjgrp^^ . improved, for I am able to do' a little mining ' V'i: '^r. .-y ^ , Opliir Diggings, via, Orange, N.S.W. Bkix's BrrrjCEs lias been before the public but -a pto where it has be...

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TELEGRAMS. MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. Sydney, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

TELEGRAMS. ^ MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. Sydney, June 8. Ihe rreuner 111 the course of a Ministerial Statement last night said the Government would allow Copeland's motion regarding impost duties on agricultural produce to come 011 next Tuesday and Payment of Members Bill on Thursday, that being an open question, the Government voting as they wished, they being divided in opinion upon this matter. The Land Bill is to be dropped this session, but the Land Tax and Property Tax Bills will bcomj law before the prorogation, and the Chinese question is to be carried to completion. The Govern ment do not intend to withdraw from the position they have taken up on this matter. The Criminial Law Amendment Act is to be proceeded with and the new Standing Orders are to be dealt with. The Local- Gov ernment Bill will be shelved for this session and the remaining estimates passed. The deficit remains at the same sum as when the Government took office and a scheme will be introduced next session 'for i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN Pastoral and Agricultural ASSOCIATION BOURKE AMiniAI, SHOW. Wednesday aud Thursday, 20th & 21st June, 1888. AMENDED SCHEDULE OF PRIZES. OECTioar I.— GRASS-FED SHEfeP AIeeino. i ^ . 1 £ s _D fiGhiss' jiTT^Best; Kam over i8. -yeatsi istipt^etel^'!^^ 'y?,i®Mto)bjtG'M6Kmie,Bsa.)«, -5 5 0 ' Second prize ? 2 2-0 Chvss 2. — Best Bam over 2 years and under 2i ;ycars; an Oak mounted Liequer Frame presented by Messrs. ^ ! R- Goldsbrouch and Go — : 1® 10 O SecoadPrize ? 2 2 9 Ghtss 3. — Best Ram unshorn, not exceed- 1 ?-»?- ; oSng '|.4- yieais - j f'Sesfc., j jprize jpiriMente^. : .bvMes5n,J. Anderson and Co. ... 5 5 0' V Second Prize i-.' . !2 '.'S';®;; SCllSs'''^;^Mest*.ilaH^^ishb^;:Us,.sli«nbj*aaot r?'i: -i : } j; '1 exceeding 1§ years ; first prize . : ? : ' 'i ^(?wd.Col; 'j'l rj-r- :® 5 0 Second Prize ? 2 2 .0 Class' 5. — Champion Ram, of any age, to ? ' be selected by ' the judges 1 front all exhibits : prize (presented by Wilkin son and Lavender) ... ...10 10 ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

PUBLIC MEETING. The Mayor, by requisition, convened a public meeting at the Royal Hotel on Wednesday even ing last, to consider the inexpediency of the Gover ineiit enforcing the regulation which provides for the retirement of Civil Servants, in its entirety, as regards C. MacArthur King, Esq., I' M. 'i'here was present a most influential gathciing „ of leading citizens amongst whom we noticed |P Messrs. E J. Bloxham, R. M. Hughes. D. Mac Alister, J, Ranken, C. L. Nevile, J. J. Biddulph, M. Scrymgour, T. Ilbery, K. C. McKenzie, J. Robertson, F. Uloxhain,. and manv others. The Mayor in the chair read the requisition which he had received, and said that Mr. R. M. Hughes, perhaps the oldest J;P. present, would move the first resolution. Mr. Hughes then moved, ' That this meeting is of opinion that if the rule requiring the retire ment of all Civil Servants over sixty years of age is enforced against Mr. Charles MacArthur King P. M. Bourke, a. serious loss will accrue to the dis trict t...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGECNE. j Western Herald Office, Fbidatt Etcxikc. . Locally there is nothing fresh to report under I this heading, but rain has fallen/in several locali- j ties (principally .coastal) during the week. A few j sharp showers also fell at Brewarrina on Wed nesday last, but did not extend far. The following are the-stock passings at Hunger- J ford 4th : 870 store cattle from Boorara for Bourke, W. {Smith owner, Mullins in charge. To cross on the 10th : 300 fat cows from Nocatiuiga for Bourke, H. B. Hughes owner, f. ; Johnson in. charge. Our Barringun correspondent reports the follow ing passings : —400 mixed Jat cattle, Wood, Fer ,. guson and Oo. *s, from Coorabulka to tSourke, J . li. Redmond in charge ; 950 store bullocks from Bur raiibilla for Albury, Cobb and. Co. owners, ? F. Scherf in charge, both lots passing on the 4th inst. On June 5 — 350 fat bullocks from Dalton stvtiou, bound for Sydney, Brogan and Hackctt owners, ' M Brogan in charge. Oa J une 8 — 583 fat bul...

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SUGGESTED SHEARING AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

SUGGESTED SHEARING AGREE MENT. Appended is a copy: of an agreement which has been placed before the shearers now waiting for shearing on Dunlop 'station and deemed by them an equitable one. We understand that copies of this agreement will foe forwarded to the various centres of the Shearers Union for the consideration of those 'interested..-' ? ? ? ? ? Memorandum of agreement made between James Wilson of Dunlop, of the one part and the under signed of the other part. -Whereby the undersigned bind themselves in dividually and collectively to shear all sheep in- « eluding lambs 11 required, brought to the Dunlop Shed during the Shearing Season of 1888, and to continue shearing from day to day weather per mitting till completion of the said shearing- season subject to the following rules and regulations, 1st. That any shearer may draw against Ms ac count to the extent of fifty (50) per cent of the amount due to him over and above onejw-eek'e earnings. 2nd. That the person in charge of ...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VI. CHAPTER III. CONTINUED. THE LAST SEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

mmsm. ? Bt THE ABTHOB OF ' llx LaDT COQTTETMi.' j BOOK VI. CHAPTER 111. CONTINUED. XHE IAST SEAJj. 'Jfot dead! not dead !' she gasped, as her white , lips parted in '.«w ?jjy, ami her hands clenched the wo-xiv. o:k of t!ie scat Tfaeii she turned and U- ii iike one possessed —her shrill screams startling the zissem bled guests, and bringing them in throngs around her. ' Take ine away !' she shrieked iti her frantic terror, ' take we away! Ob, God ? that I ra'fflit die to-night !' . ???'.. * ? ? * _ An hour afterwards the villa was 3 ark and j quiet ; tbe lights were extinguished, the guests had left ; nosign of the recent revelry, the brilliant festivity, could be foundnow in the hushed silence, the darkened rooms. In a lighted chamber within, a woman crouched over the blaze of a bright wood fire. Its warmth seemed to bring neither heat nor life back to the chill torpor of the frame, for she shivered and trembled from time to time as if with deadly cold, and her eyes glanced from sid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

ftMiitiereial, Banking I Company . of /Sidney. : . . Established .1 834 } Incorporati-d 1848. £000,000: Reserve Fund £600,000. B^scrvc for EquaUaaiinn of Dividends £135,000. Bourke Branch, (Opened 186&.) 3 iS'OSEES received ou current accounts ; interest; t tiff , atlorfed! on fixed ; deplositv! at current rates ; - abu/ ^counted i .di«iwji .-nd'ordere., collected 5 - bsunl banting business trane- « act^. E1¥EE BRANCHES : a ?* jgMfiGESffi bot^ke, jrjfc a^NPP % Brepysire^jL ' ' ' H, T. R. BUL1 ? Manager Bourse Branch.* i ' J* ? ? ? ? ? — ? ? — T ? , .T. . ?. The. Australian Joint Stock Bank. HKATt nFFICJi: SYDNEY. ; | Bourke Branch: MitclieU Street. j 4U usual banking business transacted. C. Or. KENT, ' ' - Manager. The London Chartered Bank of Australia. Incorporated by Uoyal Chwtei. f t 1 Capita! paid up, One Million Sterling BOURKE BEASCH-. . H. W. HItjL, Monuger. Jr~ BIDO IILPH, a * ' Solicitor , dc., OXLEY STREET. BOURKE . Commiksioner for Affiduvi's for Victoria, -iuc n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

the LEADING HOUSE IN SYDNEY. j SOLE IMPORTERS OF THE - ? ..FAaiotis H 'HIGNON'' PIANOS. THE MAGIf IP I C E IT T E -NISCH PIAKOS, THE SPLEXDIl) BEOHSTEIlf PIANOS AND CL0D6H & WAfiEEU AMERICAW OE&A3JS SOLE IMPORTfiRS OF THE ' KIGMON' PIANOS THE magnificent RONISGH PIANOS, BECHSTEIN PIAW0S CLOUGH & WARREN AMERICAN OR&ANS- NICHOLSON & Co., Xing tnttf & wrgie-sts.a Sytttiey* w- W . CAMPBELL, WHOLESALE Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Bedding Manufacturer and General importer N°s. 311 Sc 213 GASTLEREAG-II STJRE3ET. Next to St. George's Chirch, and near corner of Bathurst Street, £3YX-3SflTEI'S' Sixty-three ? 1—1 EUROPEANS jfill employed. WORKMANSHIP GUAR ANTEEDglpll GOOD OP THE KIND I Purchase Your Furniture AT THIS ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE, WHERE TOU HAVE A Large and w«ll SK^wrled Mocb j . OF ALL CLASSES OF j FURNITURE AND FURNISHING. REQUI8IT E|S. ! 4 TO SELECT FROM. Intending Furnishers unable to visit Sydney can obtain full infor mation and Il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

w£u.'s IIA t j If gray, restores to or if *r. An elegant 1 dressing, softens and bea; oil norgretuse. ' A tonic restorative. Sto -ming out, strcn gthens deaxises, heals sc, SKIN- Well's Health Renewe health and vi^or ! cures Dyspepsia, Impofce il debility. ^At '' Chemists and druggists.; Moss and Co.3 ! Agents, Sydney. -? ?, '? ? . '? .1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

. A Safb Medictxtc for Ladies: — The reason this Abraham's Pills are a safe medicine or ladies is v ; . that they are purely a vegetable composition of Dandelion, and expressly suited to the constitution . and requirements of women. This explains tlie : great success and golden opinions which ' follow ? their use. Thousands say, they save all trouble, :. effectually .remove all impurities of the blood, beautify the .complexion, no headache: mo pain, no ? , . flushing, no giddiness, no anxiety. They make work a pleasure, and existence a joy. Superior to any other known remedy. In boxes Is, 2s and 5s. Did you over notice that a man goes to a lawyer — — — ? ? ..-'''-and physician for -precisely the same purpose — to recover. is it possible. — That a remedy made of such common, simple plauts as. hops, Buchu;, Mandrake Dandelion, etc., make so many and such marvel ous and wonderful cores as Dr. Soules American Hop Bitters do ?? It must be for when young and old; rich and poor, Pastor and...

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HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

HOSPITAL BALL. Meetings of the Ladies Committee and the Ball Committee, formed in connection with the ap proaching Hospital Ball, were held ou Thursday afternoon last. At the former it was decided that it would be more convenient to contribute by sub scription toward the ball refreshments, and Conse quently those ladies who were not present are invited to send their subscriptions to Mrs: Ball, honorary treasurer to the Ladies Fund, as early as possible, to enable the Committee to make tlie necessary arrangements. Assistance, in the shape of wines, &c., from the merchants and ho telkeepers, s also invited, and it is .hoped these gentlemen jwill emulate the liberality of the ladies who at tended the meeting. - At the meeting of the Committee of the sterner sex the hope was expressed that the friends of the Hospital would signify to Mr. Geo. Bartlett, the Secretary, the amount of their subscriptions, Or the nature of their donations, in time .for the meeting to be held on Wedne...

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A CONTRAST IN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

A CONTRAST IN FIGURES. A COKTEAS1ED examination of some of the leading liu*s in st«. ks should ne keenly, if not mournfully, interesting to f peculators just now. Premising thai what L-, true of large stock is true io propuiti--nai«Jv as great a 1 degree of smaller. 'Lt clc facts be simply 1 stated: — Broken IliSi P.- i.j rit-tary shares, reached ^^12 at s tiinp. of excitement, | when it was predicted that tbey would yet see even £1000. The capnal -a-uo ol ihf- 1 comiianv «t £412 was :£(? Kts-4 onn n™ i Wednesday, taking £232 .s tl»n quotation, that value was more limit £3,700,00') less' To ail appearances the mine itself is quite as rick now as it was three months ago. It should he remembered, however, in egti mating iliis xjaiticular stock that in the interval between the two quotations certain bonuses have been paid off the shares, and of course there has been a decline in the value of silver, in February there were sales of Block 14 at £16- That represented a capital value of £1...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL The next quarterly Licensing Court will be held on the 3rd prox. , when all usual business will be transacted. The next Private Quadrille Assembly is to be held on the 13th proximo. The usual monthly meeting of the Commons Trustees was held at the Council Chambers on Thursday, evening last, when Messrs. Daniell {chair}, Gray and Morrison were present. A let ter was read from the Mines Department calling attention to the Gazette notice in reference to the extended commoner's ..boundaries. Accounts to the amount of £37 Ss were passed for payment. ' In tlie Assembly ou Wednesday last Mr, Burns stated that the question of paying the pound for pound municipal endowments for the year 1888 was still under consideration, .hut no decision had been arrived at. M. de Lesseps' hill, empowering the Panama Canal Company to raise additional funds to tlie amount of 340,000,000 francs by means of a lot tery, has passed the French Chamber of Depu ties. The Chinese are consid ering t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 June 1888

? f asiiington I. Soul & Go.. Patent Medicine § Drug Importers 158, 160, 162 PITT STREET, SYDNEY* Seven doors from King Street, and 36B PITT STREET. Foot doom from Fork Street* 'The Gold Medal of the New Zealand Exlubltior . was awarded to WASHINGTON H. SOUL &CO for theirCulinaiy and Pharmaceutical Prepara tions, in lull competition with all the variouf European ;? and colonial productions and Hit SIL v ER -MEDAL of the Perth Exhibition waf ftfafo awarded to them for the only article they ox hibited there, viz., the AUSTRALIAN RELISH SO MAKE LIGHT BREAD and PASTRY, use the celebrated A. SOYSR'8 (of the Re... fonaCIub) BAKQfGaad YEAST POWDER, warranted free from alum or any other dele terious article. Price, 6d per tin. Sold by, all storekeepers. - Wholesale and Retail by WAEHnraxoN H. Soui. and Co. COUGH WHILE YOU CAM', because after 1 taking Dr. Thompson's American COLTS FOOT COUGH UNCTUS, you will not be ? - - able to cough. ; Price, Is. . Sold by the sole agents f...

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