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TAYLOR-CARRINGTON COMPANY AND THE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

^YLOfi-CAilRINGTON COMPANY , A»?)THE BOSPITAL. V,3».5!HE EDETOE OF*3ME ' WESTERN HEEALU.' Sir,— In the last issue of tlie Central Australian ap peared a letter from Mr. Taylor, manager of the Jailed Back Clompany, in which he refers to a benefit or benefits given some time ago by his Company oh behalf of the local Hospital, in the course of which he asserts that although about £60 bad beeu handed to that institution as the result of his efforts, Dr. Sides had stated that onlyjCC6s tad been received. Mr. Taylor asks wliat has {become of the difference, 'and as lie states that the -j money was received by the officials, I deeru It only just to 'those gentlemen, and to.tiieinain body of J lospital subsctibers, to reply to Ins communication. to avoid farther misapprehension I might point! out that the incident occurred prior to my being J appointed] Secretary. ' Consequently I am uot aware of my own knowledge as to wliat transpired before my advent as one of the Hospital officials' but ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL BIDDING. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

WOOL BIDDING. London, June 11. A proposal in favor of Jd bids has been withdrawn pending the result of enquiries to colonial Chambers of Commerce on tbe sub ject.

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

CORZESPONDENCE TO THK KOrrOE OF THE ' WESTERN HEBACD.' Sm, — I enclose copy of a letter sent ? to Mr. S. R. Wood, Chairman of Shearers' Union, ?Cobaiyin reply to a circular received from him re the Union agreement. As he has resigned in consequence of the glaring inconsistencies of what is put forth as the .Union agreement, perhaps' some . other en lightened member of that body will reply to it . . Yours faithfully, ' JAMES WILSON. ?Dunlop, 9th'June, 1888. Dunlop, 18th May, 1888. To Mr. S. R. [Wood, Chairman Shearers' Union, 1 'Cobar. j, Dear Sir,— I have received your circular note re Shearers' Union agreement. I note £hat the agree ment begins by stating .' ' Whereby the said shearer Jengagcs to shear and to continue shearing from day to day until the whole of the sheep now depastur ing on the run, the property of the said are shorn.' Rule 10 states, 'That in case he leave)* *' If ant an contracts to shear from day to day until all the sheep on a given station are shorn,' -aud the...

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

JJOCGH OV KATS. Clears out rats, ini'jc, cockroaches, ants, bed-bugs insects, shunts, jack-rabbits, sparrows, goprshp, At chemists and druggists. BtrCHA-PAIBA. Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,]*Lwl der, and Urinal diseases, At chemists and drug gists. Moses Moss and Co.. Agents, Sydney. ? WASTED Assistants tor th'e~DEESSMAKEKG, ? also Apprentices MRS. BARRY. ? WANTED a respectable lid about 16 years of age, that can read and -write, to drive Bakers cart. Apfly to J- ISOCHJE. NOTICE ALL stray stock found in the Moaeult* paddocks after this date will be impounded without respect to ownership. E. J. JJARTOK Manager. NOTICE t JlENDERS are invited through post by the un 1 designed for excavation of Ground Tank 8000 yards, i to 1 slope, 16 feet deep, open for a fortnight. FRANCIS GOOD. Bonrke, 6th June, 1888. ? TO JL.ET HOMESTEAD LEASE fenced, plenty of grass and frontage to the Warrego River. For particulars apply to ' THOMAS LEEMAN,_ Railway Store, Bourke. Or E. SWANSTON, Ford...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TWO WRONGS DO NOT MAKE A RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

[?] TWO WftOXCS DO NOT il.lKE A RIGHT. TO THK KD1TVTO «» THE ' WESTCIIV HKBU-B.'' gj]^ ? ^t the Land Couferen-'? recently hrld in Sydney, ostensibly in the interests of selectors, a motion was carried condemning compensation for improvements to Crown leswesjon the ground that a private landlord never compensated bis tenants at the end of the lease for improvements they have made This certainly is commendable as an effort to have the public estate managed in the interest «f tlio ivlinit community iust as intelligently as a private estate is managed Li the imprest of its owner. Pus ''** two wrongs t^o not make a light'. A man who e'nVptdys labor or capital in making im provements oaght not to be deprived of them ,£ without fair compensation, no matter on w Jiat l;uid *' those improvements are placed. If the Crown lessees will make common cause with the tenants in the tow ns against this injustice they Trill greatly strengthen their position, and rally to their side the growing public ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL A meeting of those interested in 'the formation ofaiocalrileCIub is elsewhere ?onyened for to morrow night. ?:?:-??..:. WitJiin a day or two a oonsignnient of the Wolse ley Sheep Shearing Machines tnay ht expected %o arrive in Bonrke. They are to the order of 3Or. Wilson «f Bunion station, where they 'will lie fitted up in anticipation of the, rapidly .approaching shearing season ' '''' ??? ?' ???1'r''' A meeting of die .Couimittec of the Pastoral and Agricultural Association will be held to nighl at the Boyal HoteL j -At a special meeting of tiieCouunou'e Trustees to belield at thp Council Chanibers to-;night-Wr. :Mor-_ TiBon'will projKJse 'Thattlie collector l»e dispensed with, and that the herdsuiau be .appointed in his ' stead. - ?-? ???-???? ;'; ???-'?yr '*???'?'?'- . .'? ? A few dayB since there arrived by train from Victoria, consigned to theotrner Mr. \V. Scott of Bclalie, the entire Norfolk. We did not liaw an opportunity of seeing diis latest addition to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

The oinissiou of the Coroner to hold an in quest in connection with the death which occurred at Jandra on Monday last, and which is leported else\Wiere, is evidence either of a derelection of duty or a miscon ?ceptiou of the respousibiliiiesof his office by that gentleman, to the detriment iu either case of the particular and important objects for which the office of coroner has been in stituted. A personal knowledge of the gentleman filling tliat position in this district, however slight^ justifies the supposition that it is to the lat'er rather than the former cause, we must look for the reason why Sir. Daxiell has sccu fit upon this, .-is upon pre vious occasions, to dispense xvith an inqHu-y iuto deaths that have been involved in a cer:ain amount of mystery, The«anctity of Jife is such that the law requires a reason able assurance 1 bat death is due to natural causes before it permits the burial of 'de- ceased. As ? the Coroner is undoubtedly aware of this the question may be co...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

' SPORTING. The nominations for the two principle races a -- nouueed in connection with the B.J.C. Midwiutiv meeting closed on Saturday last with the very res pectable total of 17 and 16 respectively, th; weights having. been, published ou -Monday last. With one exception (the colt Turbulent) all the nominators figured at the last local meeting, so that the approaching one will be a veritable reunion. Democrat who beads the list with the respectable weight of 8st 101b and Sst 121b is considered a doubtful starter, hut a large percentage of the horses'appcaring below his name may be expected to face the starter. The following are - the weights and nominations. Snow Handicap. . Pastoral Handicap. 8t U- 6t lb Democrat ... . 8 10 Democrat . ... 8 12 Lifeboat ... 8 0 Lifeboat ... 8 2 Handover ... 7 11 Handover ... SO EugloMaid ... 7 11 Kuglo Maid ... 7 13 Telegram ... 7 11 Telegram ... 7 13 Lady Yattendon Y 1 Lady Yatteridon 7 3 Lady Piteford... G 9 Lady Pitsford ... 6 U Baron ? 6 S Baro...

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SALVATION ARMY DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

AiSTGE. Ak unusual amount of interest, .-centred at the Police Court ? yesterday * ihorhing,'1 when the case - .against F. Anderson, charged with disturbing the Salvation Army meeting, came on for hearing. The^ magistrates adjudicating were the Police Magia xate and Messrs-'McAUstcr kuH Bloxham,' J.'sP. ?itr., .Kevile - -appeared for. ^tbe .defendant, and Sergeant Webb condncted for the prosecutioi '' The limited room available for the public was , fully utilised, and conspicuous amongst the crowd j were a few red shirts, the insignia or members of ' the Army. The evidence taken was as follows : — : Constable Stevenson deposed that he was at the Army meeting service on Monday night, aud saw accused there Captain Miller, who conducted the meeting, spoke to accused and to others. There was some noise and some stamping «f feet Miller asked accused to keep quiet, aud when he failed to do so took hold of him by the shoulder as if about to put him out Accused fell dnvu, aud ou getting up ...

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

(from our own correspondent ) Svdnev, June 12. ? 920 cattle yarded yesterday, priceslproviug a shade better. 5490 sheep penned, prices improving all - round.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [bt telegbaph.] from pitt, son, a^*d badgery. Sydney, June 11. 5400 sheep penned to-day ; market firmer owing to small supply. We sold 4000. including ^2000 WalhaUow wethers, 10s Id to 10s 4d ; also 2000 Warrahs, 10s Id to 10s 3d ;f Leahy's crossbreds 14s lid. 820 cattle yarded, mostly inferior quality ; market a shade brisker. We sold 260, including Sly's Ardock bullocks £5 16s Cd ; cows, £3' 19s ; the Daroo bullocks, £5 15s 9d ; cows, £3 19s, both lots topping the market ; also, the late Tlios. Walker's Lolnstia' bullocks, £4 10s. We will sell 500 superior store bullocks on Thursday.

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AUSTRALIAN FLAG SHIP. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

AUSTRALIAN FLAG SHIP. London, June 11. -H.M.S. -Orlando, the new,flagship for tbe Australian station lias sailed for Sydney.

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

MEDICAL HALL, BOUli&E, (OPPOSITE TATATERSLL'S HOTEL) DR ¥TiDES, GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER AND SURGEON To the Bourke Hospital and Gaol ; formerly Senior House Physician, and lately Senior House Surgeon, Melbourne Hospital. Consultations by lettcror personally. Medicines.) forwarded to til parts of the Colonies. 33 WESTERN IfiOHilONGERY C0-, WHOLESALE & n--r«TT. Ironmongers and Grocers, ILBERY'S BUILDINGS, OXLEY-ST., BOUEKE. Execute Orders at Lowest Prices. Agencies ;: — Hapsburg Pianos. Wcrtheim Sewing Machines. Standard 3Tire and Marine Iueurance Co. Lion Fire Insurance Co. liYAN AI\D 'HAMMOND,'' STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND FAT STOCK SALESMEN, MELBOURNE AND BQUBKE Ryan, Hammond and Oonkin, STDNET. r Raleigh, aitken & fio~ STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING AGENTS, Bourke. TBDCKDTG OF FAT STOCK jITTESDED TO. Heafl Ogee; Milbonrae. Wilkinson &8ttiL'-mm»&, AUCTIONEERS, * Stock, Station,^ General Commission Agents, SYDNEY, HAY, WAGGA WAGGA, LEE &am...

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LOSS OF A STEAMER. Sydney, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

LOSS OF A STEAMER. Sydney, June 12. The Union Co.'s steamer Hawea has been totally wrecked at the entrance to New Ply mouth harljour. Ho lives were lost.

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MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

MESSES. CBIFFErnS AKB WEAVER Report under date June 11th -.—816 cattle were ^£yarded at Homebush sale yards to-day, majority being medium sorts. Prime yards sold at 16s to 17s per lOOlbs. 5346 sheep yarded ; closing sales showed an improvement of nearly Cd per liead ; 501b wethers 9s 6d. We sold 844 weUiers on account of Messrs. J. F. and H. White from Bando, Liverpool Plains, 10s Id to 10s 7d, being the top price for merinos.

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EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

EUfiOPE AN SITUATION. London; June 11. The Emperor Francis Joseph says the re lations of Austria-Hungary with other powers are quite amicable and that the special military credit was demanded on ac count of the uncertainty which . prevails in regard to the ^situation in Europe, and the 'readiness for war shown by other States.

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CRICKET. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

CRICKET. London, June 11. In the match between the Australian ?Eleven and Oxford University, the latter have three wickets do Am for 89 runs. Wood of the Cambridge UnivensHy will play with the Australians after the end of the present term. ..'.-??? ??,??? ; .????. ? later. The Australians and not the Oxford men - went in first in their watch against the col iegianfi, and are all out lor 170, Bonnor making top score with 65. ' iThe Oxford Eleven have 7 wickete down for 112 runs.

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SHIPS CARGO ON FIRE. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

SHIP S CARGO ON FIRE. '.'-??;* '''?'?: ?'?? London,' June 11. The steamer Essex from Sydney to Lon don has arrived at Aden with Her cargo on fircV

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR. London, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 13 June 1888

THE GERMAN EMPEROR. ? : ' London, June 11. The German Emperor is again reported much worse. ' r

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BANQUET TO PARNELL. London, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

--f ^MfQUET TO PABNELL. - London, June 14. At the Banquet to BarneU, given by his supporters in the Commons, Parnell claimed to have the entire sympathy of America find Australia in the National cause.

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