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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

A Safe Medicine sob Ladies. — The reason this Abraham's Pills are a safe medicine or ladies is that they are purely a vegetable composition --f Dandelion, and expressly suited to the constitution and requirements of woinen.a This explains the great success and golden opinions which follow their nse. Thousands say, they save all trouble, effectually remove all impurities of the blood, ? beautify 'the complexion, no headache, no 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. ££A treasure still in the possession of. die Empress Eugenie is an umbrella, the handle of which, is a mass of care jewels. The umbrella was purchased at the cost of £400. The Empress has not used it since her husband stopped reigning. Js it possible. — -That a remedy made of such common, simple plants as hops, Buciiu.. Mandrake Dandelion, etc., make so many and such marrel ous and wonderful cures as Dr. Soule...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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MEMBERS' BRINK BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

? ?? _; ,;;!:^ME3^BSBS):;;.:BEmg:-BIias:j:^ '; '- *ii,;iaj)peariB' \that|f some members of .- iae'li4ftjs-,1' semlily -are;;gi»en fto getting their drinks in the TeFreBnmenfcToom on tf tack,' tunning up ;; ?' ; ; i^^^pret^^'itidy-ecbrej^andi'-then^Jmofc;1^ This ? ^-ct came out in the course of -a. ;W*;eil,; and not altogether creditSble discnBsi«iif which took place in the House eariy on .'SSijiJ^: dayjiabrning. '''.-:: ^e''^fr^hm^tO^mi^)s^ ??:?? ' ^ding^iaiiat^otae^memljeiB^-pTCnlafter'^fy^ ?had been dunned -over and over again, would mot pay; posted1 a ?notice fwarhirig membrrs: ? ?'--?,:iuat;*liney-i-mu8ti;p^;^casb^\;|.l^,!.' /IKBlhone,' took umbrage at this, and iaving fpulJ ;d down the notice, protested against wbal he termed [ *' the ji^uit/' M(d;adrae^ ^ TOni [ mittee either ^ sue or ': post' the default'''S. ? ..???,.? :'{$Si. 'Burdekin tidpFended :Jtbe'^mm'ittee,'-:|l:«t:j .Mr. Chanter declared that the notice p as ... ;*^?cbntemptibl^e^'::anfl'-1queBl'SotieaiM ?- ? ,,,. , ...

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TELEGRAMS. CENSURING A MEMBER. Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

TELEGRAMS. CENSURING A MEMBER, Sydney June 12. The electors of Grenfell have cenBured their member, Mr. Vaughn, for absence from the House when the railway policy was an nounced.

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DEHORNING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

DEHORNING CATTLE SoMJJ years ago benevolpnt-minded people denounced the dehorning of cattle as a cruel practice, only worthy of barbarians. Lately the stock journals ot the country have asserted the contrary, and cite proof that the opera tion of cutting off the horns o£ a milch caw ia not a painful or any way dangerous act, as the flow of miik does not lessen and the relish for food doeB not weaken. These as sertions are borne o't by the actual experi ence narratted in the Seattle BostIntelU gencer, where it asserts that at the Pnyallup creamery they have cut off the horns of sixty-eight head of stock within two weeks, many of them beins milch1 cows. The opera tion, is simply to cut off the horns as close to tbe head as possible. The result lias been that more than twice the number of cattle can. be put in The same enclosure, aud the vicious ones have no way 1o impose on the quiet onss. That is the chief reason for so doing, and that is enough of itself to justify dehorning. It wou...

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CLEANLINESS IN HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

;, '^i|ps^^^i^^lMfiB%: !:BlDTCir'=cl:«*aij]iues's^litj';lfcnlio'S;;:'l!'«n'!l;:-]ts^ its lame. Tite; Dulch a:e ; the yonly people who live as if cleailmess were not nest to ^.but/a i; j'.'par.Ji.i'ofcg odliness.:- iTh'e. !i*rayel |f r; ':lon ? enteriog lijs room, at a ;i inn,: iin3s :the linen finbwi-WbiteJ die win^isw panes !ittahsparent as the air, ihe lurnitu^s ehining as if jiemly varnished, and, rh« fi'»pr so clean that a .magnif yi ng class eoiil; ; inot .p i?cbrer a. speck ; thprpoa. There is a brjket .fi;p.: waste tmper, a tablet for scratchinff 'iiatches on, a dish for cigar ashes, a pox ;for i^gar *tumpsl^ a spit-, jtooc— sVery inan is si: iposed to empke-— a ,,' bootjack, and ererytiii ?'?% ''to-remdye a pre .t«it.for-s8i.(ilii]g anyrhic '?. ?,!'?:!.-- -^ .;;:i;^; .?)?',.?':;...? ,.:. ' ..'.??'.; JCv«ii his '^caVkclIestick'' iis; of ibdpj-iei\' ;'ii'ii-l of th« size of a dinner pla ?,^.'.:';r3L-i''mip;iijc /Sustain ; a toicUr;*}iut , Itold^ instead ;a;«caa(ilp, ;»8 .large...

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THE CALLED BACK COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

THE CALLED BACK COMPAKT Mr. Charlie Taylob, Miss Ella Carrington, and arir dramatic combination appeared inDeignan'* Hall on Monday night, playing a dramatised version j-^06^6'6 P06'1 'Faust.' to a very large audience. The piece is placed upon the stage in Mr Taylor's usual careful style, and, taking iuto consideration th« diffi culties inseparable to the provincial production of such a heavy piece, he has succeeded wonderfully well. Mr. Taylor gave a very good performance of MenhishonVinlm: anA MV XT,,.,- „-. T7««o^ nUmul welL Mr. J. E. Ennis as Siebel gave a really excellent performance, aud the other male parts were done full justice to. Miss Ella Carriffgfon gave a most exquisite rendition of the fefcautiful part of Marguerite, aud fairly enchained the audience by the spell of her liistronic power. The mad scene in the last act was powerful and tliril bng, and the death scene highly emotional- The tableaux were most affectively managed, and the entire performance was'to the perf...

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EXEMPLARY PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

EXEMPLARY PUNISH &IENT- Skvekb jmnisbnient was meted out by M-. Juslice Ket'er.1. of Yi.-ton'a, to two pri Bonerss, John. Meade .in 1 Francis Dwyer, who had been con*iclrt) nf an attempted criminal assault. MVh-3p s}ii»ear«-d to be on tb« n-r^e-»f60, and D-rj-er, who bad been r*»comiri--nrf«'d to me-cy on 51)6 ground tliat he h'td been led awsv bv the older man, about 25. -They were idivvhs (?aTS a 11*1 Vmurne journal) working '»n th-« B -ci;l-us Marsh Jinf. r.nd »h*-ir iirre »Jed vii-timil»e da'iplitpr of a carrier »t M-aidi»gle»'. His I Honor said the evidence discl-»-«»d that the I attack had tieen long m-*ditn'ed by the eider prisoner, who waite'i until be had assured, himself that her father was away in tbe ranjres, and that she was alone in the house with her little Bister, 9 y^ars of ag-\ It was foitimato for nim and ni6 rimpauitm tbnj; they did not succepfl, or their lives would have paid the' penalty. That men. should combine to commit so horrible a crime shocked ma...

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Loss and Gain. CHAPTER I. "I was taken sick a year ago With a billions fever." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

?^Mi^^^WM;:!k^!ik^& ^'U:.1,;'.^.1'''1'.''^^^ ?',' ', '?:' ' ',] ,'.. .. ' '':',: '''' . .Wifh'a pillious lever.' ?'. . ? ?;,; '{. '' , ;^ .. ;', ' i f'^My doctor !^pripnni^S^^iBr^^jijfc;stgbi;-Bife'k aaaiiai;wjtli-!terriblei pains -jn Kjinyiiljacfciaud ;«i-les,; j-i/Coald mfffc taoVe'! ,;? ; .'?? ',?: S;~y;!y i! ? y*',S* :i.'^,7'.;Ji'-t;fe:i,- ??'.', ;?'? ';; ^J^shroiilj:;!*.'' :: :;r:S'. '?' ; *??? ;'i ':'=?? I ?^:--;^1'^; -;i ? tfi i-. i' ? : *? :; ;'* ; i: ' y'0tpm v2281bs to 120 '.! ? ,^'haA ';beeii^oc^ring'';for = ?niy;HvCT^bfUtmfc:did-lnie1inoi;gbbd.^i^a''up^ ?to.;Uye;moi»;*h^,,i*Mee'/pon&sri;i);!i;Iibe^nj:'||»^ :I-^;':Sbule^;i/l^enc^ appetite returned ,. 'iny.ji'pains^left ; /me^ai^i^^ixe^ ^^'.jse^ei^^l^ti^^r^^^^^t'jonly; as^pmia ^as}a; :sb:irereign^«but'M;eig1iiSnbre'Idhaii !. I°di(i;'before:;';'*'ib' Hop :fiitters Iipwe iny life.' '- '.-; V:v ') ;?.-. -i: ;; ^*.--/'/ y-r ? ?'!??' 1'1'1 ??-!.!?,? '?'?;:-.'?-.?' ?:,''i;;-V'JJuvl;'-|:il'-'-')':v;. ???:?'. :''-?...

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THE ASSESSMENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

THEIASSESSMENT COURT. As was only to be expected some interest was evinced in tire proceedings at the Assessment Court on Monday last, before Messrs. King, Ranken, Hughes, Macalister and Broome. Mr. Allison re presented the Council, exhibiting as much pertin acity and sangfroid as if he had had a long, ex perience as a gentleman by act of Parliament, as well as by nature. . The Municipal Valuators, mixed up in a heap of books and papers, looked alternately doubtful, subdued, or (triumphant ac cording as the varying chances of war happened to fluctuate. The Mayor, Mr. Daniell, also occupied a seat at ihe table during the early part of the pro ceedings. During the cases which succeeded each other, with a monotonous similarity, it was peculiarly noticeable that property holders were not above trying to detract from the value cf their property, but an attempt atprevarication invariably followed the question (usually put 'by the Bench) as to whether the appellant would sell at the price ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

^:Kv'':^f'IW^ '.'THE ':;I^Eiil^S*;:iC^SPOT'^^C|BE3^; ;piy fJ^^aie^^fin^inc^^il&ijjJU^^ 'fl™ Ji! ','iniet'; ivitli 'fee/'^uecess i .ifafecorded.f ''to1 ?JJKBii?S/. ,''iariacje'1iiii-t5ife.'iwo^l'ils ' J' | jte'*mar^ellpus':'r«nb^:^i;nbfc ^ue'^^ffiej6dvefe^ing,i^^is^'''jtecaredl«^ '?t»_5r| '''r-eason'ip'!! ::S^'''*r^ferent f^^iirtiiies^' '' ?? ? !.'ltt : ^rtoes' :: -^ail- 'ttiilsL* : [''::^-^Vi4'8*#;**^ ^^^^alere^^ ''fiM^'toeeaKiiBufi^r^feJ^e^ht^l^e^j^^ ii^ct'W:i;|a?,fc^'JT:''l»ni^^ a-lBb'!Meeid!l»;!:sei'Bial'i5oclp^ ?:anyi|jenefi|^ii^ j^njefe '$&a*a &}£^$$?$^Q$PWi ?wbete-:!tib«&i:ig'et;:'ba^:!^d;'^r^^ (jc-^tied-|to;:(j|he i|M)nsej:;; ^|g;^^;^^e'*i^!^jur| 'Bitteri'i^^iweep&m'OraPgej'fand ,*w^:%rip^i^li£unfl1!S)i^1Sco^Tii1»^ 'since':'-:'?';':' *!')?? -;-!; ':' '?? ? '?'*' ' ft; '^ j; :; !' J'' : ' -''*?? s r ??^fc^:?*'.' ?« :; W'; '? '' ';- ' ? ?;',: /.jii ^^ „-;? (:?., v.s (;.)/-;;f;: ' j^^-j^fe;;^ jBA;^tdOopie^t''.:. /v;1 1 .? feiBpifeSI t^^|^,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

TO THE EDITOR OF THE '-WESTERN HERALD.' Sm,— Referring to a letter signed by Charles Taylor, in the last issue of the Central Australian, stating that his agent bad been informed by Dr. Sides that the sum of L6 5s only had been received as the result of entertainments given by the Stray Leaves Company in aid of the Bourke Hospital, I desire -to make public the fact that at a benefit given by them in September, 1881, the sum of L31 Is was netted, and at a further benefit in Februarv. 1883, the sum of L'29 16s 6d, making a total of L60 17s Cd in all, which was duly received by the insti tution referred .to. While fully admitting Mr. Taylor's right to feel annoyed -at the, I believe, un intentional misrepresentation made to his agent by Dr. Sides, at the same time I think it would have been more prudent and courteous on his part had he made proper enquiries of the Hospital officials before rushing iuto print with inueudoes which have occasioned persons connected : with -the Hospital fo...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

PASTOfiAL INTELLIGKCNE. Western -Herald Office, Tcjesuay Evkxik'. Rain-threateaings Lave beeu frcqucut during the last for days, but there arc few present indications of a downpour. The following arc tbc latest stock movements: — 350 Nocatuuga fat cattle, 'H. B Hughes owner, to truck ou Friday next : 500 fat wethers from Brawsby, Q.., arc approachiug, O. Broad owner, J Higgius in charge A mob of Tinapagec fat sheep will . truck for Sydney on Thursd . Uext ; 500 rams arrived l-y traiu on Friday last from Jerilderie for Thurnlgoona, Squatting InvcsmieutCo.'s, ilathcwson in charge ; 300 rams from Dine Dine to Pirillio. by train from Nyngau, Goldsbro'ugh and ('??. owners. Lucy iu charge. Blood cnti;t from Vivixiria f«r IJclalie, W. iscott owner. Our Barringun eorrcspoudect advises us of the following passings: — June 9:wlO store, bullocks from Augustus Downs, bound for Bourke, Carran dotta Pastoral Company owners. L. J. Ffrench in charge. June 10 — 920 store cows from Brighton Downs, bo...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERS HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

TO TIIU EDITOR OF THE ' WESTERN' HERALD.' SlJi,— I take the first opportunity of replying to Mr. Taylor's letter in the Central of the 12th inst. The whole truth of the matter stands thus ; -A few days before Mr. Taylor's arrival in Bourke, a well-dressed, respectable looking young man came to me iu uiy back yard and said, «' Mr. Taylor is a life governor of your hospital ; I'm not well, I want you to see jne aud give me some medicine.' I said ' Mr. Taylor is not a life governor.' He re Elicd, ' Well then he has given large sums to the osnitaL' I said 'I am not sure what he gave. as it is so long ago (about 5 or 7 years), but think the last donation was L6 5s.' I find since that this amount was given by some other Company, and I certainly had no intention of detracting from Mr. Taylor's generous gift to the hospital, and there was no one present to make the statement public. Mr. Lee had nothing to show that he was cmnectedjwith Mr. Taylor's Company, neither diil he look an object of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

ARTHUR CFBITT Post Grates CtutMiiKiu*, opposite the (%. Post Office, Pitt Street, Svjjxnr. y^ Missing Friends, Nostor-I-J a, and y General Inquiry Ageiit Certificates obtained of Sixths, DeataSj r.nd SlrATiages. Copies -ifWil s Andotlier Deeds Obtained. A RTHUB CUBITT thankfully acknowledges tlje great amount of sup port \yhich hab J «-:i jeeorded him f-u i iaay years fjatt brought abou: by an aln«fel unvarying SERIES OF SUCCEK ?vliich have attc ? ded the miiiy diiTscuSt and im oortaiit iuvcstig-i lions ll:.it have been iilitcad in Die hai-d&. IX TRACING OFLO-T HETrS, and matters pertaining t- the EccRiiss'ical Court, Mr. CUBITT has often rendered essential sci vice by the discovery of light ful c'aim.mts, and the INVESTIGATION OF PEDIGREE. With an ever-thifting population, daily enquiries arc made for MISSING BIELVnVl^ AND FRIENDS Through the facilities afforded by this institution HTJNDB.Kr-» HAVE i'EEK RESTORED to their anxious acquaintance*, or tidings of them ascertaine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

Ittftngton I, Soul ft Co., &? ' ? .? ' ' ??' '?? ?' ? . &aUtU Medicine $Drv$ Importers. iss, i€d, 162 mrr street, SYDNEY. Seven doora firom King Street, and »e® PITTSTREET, I J'our doors from Park Street. 1 ??SWd Medeljof the New Zealand Exhibitior #' *Mlpded to WASfiESS&TON H. SOUL & CO IjpK^^. full competitioii with all the variouf i^BSijBui *nS «rato3Baal productions aiid 'tlic SBIp^ MEDAL of the Perth Exhibition was iSi*fcr-ied to them for tlie only article tliey ex ifeia 4here, -viz., tte ADSTRAMAN {RELISH ? ?'-. ? :?'??,?'? ::f'iiJ,~f '-',?;,:?':??;?/.- ?'?--''\ .'?',?;'?? '? ??'-' ..?? -0 ^|AKE LMHBT BREAD and PASTRY, 1 ? ' - «i the^eletoated A. SCJYER'S {of the :: Be ? Jlfcnaiu^KaSaMG and YEAST POWDER, 1 ?&?! i i iiTmTTi - i fi inn ill i in or any other dele- . ^'Mtem^Bife^WTOcei'^d^per^n.'' ? Sold'1 %'?'. ' ' WnEUffl: WHZLE YOXJ CAN5 '? 'because ? after ,- ; ? ? ??' inking. Dr. itThomTODtt's American COLTS -P0OI^lJGffli3«3TlJS, grou w...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VI. CHAPTER IV. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

VIVIEMS. By «the Auinoii of ' Mr Laut Coquette.' BOOK VI. CHAPTER IV. CONTIXUIiJ). 'VENGEAVCE JS MJ \E ' The countesE-'s own maid AecUn'd ill'.? !n-r mistress was friqiiculiy nccu«tninrri to 1.1 Ling sleeping drauglils. She 5. rid hprpell'a'iuiinit lered them on SHver.il ni-fnpioiis. On u :* particular night, her mistress Jiad ppcnu'd terribly exciloi and Ji'-fvous She cteclaivd fhe bad -been fuVhtt-ned by fmr.e one i«» il»« gaidens during her let-\ and, indeed had looked so ill that the «_'ir! hail Itftgged per mission to rewniu wili- iier during the nitrht This however oiadaaie had imperatively re fused, declaring &ue only required rest, and that if she did not fie! we! I she would riiif?-. The girl bad, bowrvi-r slept in an adjoin rooni, to be near if anything was needed, for she feit really ui:pasy at iho wild Jooks and excited manner of ufi- mislress. She had Jistened several times at 1 he door, but, all seemed quiet, and, receiiiiig no summons, she went to sleep at las...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

tommerdal Banking Company .; -of Sydney Et-tafclished 1834 ; Inror; mat i-.l I £48. ?. ' . ^ fcWtal £600,000. ~'.7R.-.,ve F^.nd £000,000. jfik Seeerse for Equalisation of 3-mrie:, Js ',135,000. ^k.Bonrlke Branch, (Opened 186&.) ?* 1 ?'?^i^-. ???.:.???;-?/ 'V, ^ ? : ? ? . ?;? ? : ??'?;?? ;?? ''ITkEPOSraS received on .current areomit* ; interest O allo^d on fixed deposits ut wrrmt nte';:, jg ?t discounted; Cbequee an-* orders collected; ; S*s issued, and all ' lieua! bimkius business trane ' '''l^' 'l)iBlH& El VER TORCHES : ? ' ' ' ; ' ? '' . ' ????'/??-t; ?:--- ^??:vrv;H.:if^.i'Btr£i ??'?? '?;??'??? ? ? :; ? ;?; ? ; ???? ?? . ' ?.'???? ? '^M^tiri^-%:^k^:ti4- i :?* Bourke Braai^iW«heU Street. . . , Manager. , The London Chartered! Bank of Australia. } Incorporated by Royal Chirtai. ? Opftdpaid ^p^^WllhnSp^ipg. ^' ????; ?V^'O.fCrE'K'-Ev HR&-XGK- '??':'.::' '/' ''': ''' ' ' '' ' ''?? ''B. W. JIH1-,; ';;_: ',;;' ? ? - -:^ 'l/jj^j^-'y -'?$ ???'?'*':«?? -'? ? -S - t...

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A KISSING TRANSACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

; : A:^^i^^EA;]?S:&€JLIO]ff. :. .; ; There was a yerjr important lavpsuLt in pro gress in Newborn, 'N.C., i. observes' thereto ????? York ? ?'Timwsi' '^rbicii was watched with interest by theiegal profession in all parts of the country. Some time agoilr. Finch, of Newborn, who is in tbe jewellery business, exhibited to Miss Watt;] s, a young Jady ?11|'WitU'ii'%hioim'J:lioi;'i-wia;s on fripiidly terms, a : beautiful set of /real jet. ;Tiie ladv/was yeiv anxious to own the set, put was not able to ?4?uy it. In these circumstances ' Mr. Einch ^?opoBed a novel kind of bargain. He said; i jj© ^would sell %liss Waters the set for one , -iiuridretf If isses, to be paid ,at the rate of one ?- kiss daily on «acli and every . day next ?ensuing -from the day of the date of tlie agreement^ excepting, nevertheless, each and 'J every: Sunday thereafter. It; was further T provided |hat Mr.; Finch Was to call at tbe lady's house e^ery morning, ^except Sunday 1 inorniii^, to 4-eceive his dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

Notice to Shooters, etc. ? 1 rpURKEY Shooters aud otiiei- trespassers on j J. Mboculta tvill be prosecuted without respect 1 of persons. E. J. BABTOK Manager. j Wool-scouring. JAS, MBSnTiB) CO., T)]£G to Inform their Customers that owing to the j) great increase in their business they are put ting up a large shed for the STORAGE of the GBJSAST WOOL befor* SCOURING. HOMCE3OPATHT. FISHER &~CO., 3.3 ^xcxrorxiEt. strbbt^ jervmsrw. s^MonrMJAJirailG 3££I3ICH-rSS MOST -3CB2STBE.JLIiI.-2- IIST XTSE. I A.COWITITM— For Feverish Inflammatory Affec tions, Chills, Shirerinps, and Dry Coughs, First Stage of 'Gold in the Head.' AKBENICUM— For Colds, Influenza, Asthma, - Bronciiitis, Skin Diseases, and Diarrhoea, witli Pains. BEIiIifi_DOM3N\a.— For Inflammatory Diseases, Erysipelas, Sore Throat, Headache, Neuralgia and Bhenmafism. * JBRYOHXA.— For Pleurisy, 'Cold in the Chest,' with Cough and Pains, Bronchitis, and Rheumatism. CHAMOJOIIiIi A.— For Xferrons, Biliary and Uter ine Diseases of ...

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PASTEUR'S THEORY. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

PASTEUR'S THEORY. London, June 11. . The lancet adjvises great caution in the use of Pasteurs rabbit destruction scheme, as the soil and water would teem with microbes, aud ji ; plague. involving, human .life might thus 'become possible.

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