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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

LOCAL AWD GENERAL ^Father Cnrran, 'who leaves Bourke on 'Wednes day next for lirewarrina, will conduct service at xhat place on Sunday next Mr. Stanley, the Secretary of the local branch of the Shearers' Onion, has shown us a copy of a telegram from the Union Representative at Cur rawlllinghi stating that shearing at that station had been started under Union rules, giving satisfaction. CurrawillingM, we may add, is the property of the Peel Rirer Co., and is situated on the Queensland border, near Goodooga. Tenders for the Central Australian Pastoral Association dinner, to be held on Thursday next, are invited by advertisement appearing elsewhere. The privileges for the forthcoming races realized £92, and those in connection with the Show £52 10s, the price for the Show gates especially being satisfactory. The work vi erecting the sheep shed and pens on the Show ground is now completed, adding another decided improvementto the ground. Both the structure and the pens have been built i...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
J. L. BARKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

j. r,. barker's report. Wool. — In the absence of sales I cannot add to my remarks of last week. A good private inquiry exists Sheepskins — Market firm, .supplies be ing far short of requirements. Good long woolled brinjj to 5£d (if light) ; fair growth, 3Jd to 4Jd. liides. —A short supply on Friday caused values to iiarden, but it is not likely the firmness will continue long, both * strippers and the trade being in very bad heart Prime heavies are worth to 3hd ; ordinary i.e sloppy or or oflkllv, 2jd to 3d'; medium, 2£d to 3Jd ; light, 3d\o 3jd ; damaged, Id to lid. Tallow.— Cable advices during the week r«port a further decline in values, and it is more than likely a - corresponding reduction iiv values will take place ^ here, Beef, may be quoted to 118 ; good mixed, 5s more in shipp ng packages ; trade parcels, £14 lfls to £16 10s per ton.' Mars-uipal Skins. — Quotations are at the bigheet. with a strong de mand for all sorts. Kangaroo, extra large realise to 12s ; large, 60s to...

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J. ANDERSON & CO. Report for week ending 14th instant. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

J. AKUEKSON & CO. Report for week ending 14th instant. We have sold (conjointly with other agents) 322 iat cattle, for Mr. iL Hamonrl, Tenham; 421 do, Mr. William Sly, Ardocfc ; 36 do local con sumption ; completed delivery 600 Boothulla cattle, to Mr. E. J. Barton, llooeulta. Truckel to Melbourne — 129 Ardock fat cattle, consigned to Dougarty, Son, and Parker ; 129 do, con signed to B, ftibsonand Co ; 36 Dillalali fat bul locks consigned to Ettershank, Eaglestone, anrl Maun. Trucked to Hoinebugh — 248 Darvo fat cattle, consigned to Pitt, Son, and Badgery; 54 Ardock do, consigned to Pitt, Son, and Badgery; 56 Ardock do, consigned to Hill, Clark, and Co. Received and paddouked — 2£3 * Nocatunga fat cattle.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

The recent Police Court proceedings anent the Salvation Army bring forcibly to mind the fact that that institution has formally established itself in this town with all its attendant nuisance and disturbance, and Bourke is now confronted with the difficulty which has been causing trouble in other places. That the Army may, and no doubt has, done an amount of good we do not deny, but at the same time it is equally patent that to a large number of people the peculiar proceedings of the Salvationists are a positive nuisance. When m its own hall the Army is perfectly justified in doinsr as it pleases, and no one has a right to interfere or interrupt the proceedings Those who do not agree with them should stay away, though it must be admitted that the eccen tricities developed during the ser-vices are, in a measure, conducive to jocular or other de monstrations on the part of those who form the main portion of the congregation. But there is another phase in t^e proceedings of this body w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

Josepli Leeds and Go,, SHEEP AST) Ci.TI'2,15 MUZi ISS'- 9 Bank Chambers Jamieson-st , SYDNEY. Sale? of Fat SioA i.t, ij~omc-».sh Yards .MONDAY & TJIUKSDAY. Sales of fat Sioi-k a- Corpora-io-t Yards — WEDNESDAY 8iiJ FRIDAY STATIONS AT THE fc.XOJL4.NG-E. Loins jSVgolUtoJ. Supplies 5 ur Phased and Forwarded. Splendid \ccjmniodaiion for Stock at Home- ' bush, and ali Railway Stations. AGENCIES ALL OV -!R THE COLONIES. Bourip Agency — &t- s rr ' nder»r-n & O. PITT, SON~~& BADGERY, (Limited.) STOCK AND STATION AGJ5NT3 SHEE^ & CATTLE SALESMEN. OFFICE :— Pastoral 'Chambers, George Stet SYDNEY. Account Saltse readered; and pxocseds paid g in Cash. MJsililC a HALL, BOURSE, (OPPOSITE TATATERSLLS HOTEL) DE. ' BIDES, OOVESITMSNT ISSDIOAL OFPJCEE *.AHD SUSGEON To the Bourke Hospital and Gaol ; 'formerly Senior Houbc Physician, and lalely Senior House Surgeon, Melbourne KosiiitaL Consultations by Jetterov personally. Medicines.) forwarded to -dl parts of the...

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MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER Sydney, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

MLSSRS. GTUFTITUS AKB 1VEAVKK Svdnev, June 14. At the Homebush sale yards to-day 1 233 cattle yarded ; matket unaltered Best beef Stts per lOOlbs. 14,190 sheep yarded : market about the same. oOlbs wethers 9s 6d. We sold on ac count of Messrs J. F. and H. White, Bando, 1760 Ss lOd to 9s Id, 252 Ss

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J. LEEDS AND CO. Sydney, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

J. MJ13DS AND CO. Sydney, June 15. 2000 cattle and 20,000 'beep yarded this week ; sheep market opened very firm, and prime qualities show further improvement We sold li»00 including Grant's wethers at 15s topping the market ; Grants ewes at Ss 8d ; Dalton's wethers, 10s 6d; Hawkin's lambs, to fls lOd. Cattle market showed an advance of 10s for best qualities, other sorts cisiei. We sold nearly 700 including Eyrie's Weembah bullocks, averaging £6 ]0s; liowra bullocks to £6 13s; Thargo inindah bullocks, to £7 4s.

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CRICKET. London, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

CRICKET. . ' London, June 14. The Australians , have commenced their match against Middlesex. The home team went to the wicket first and had 8 out for 59 runs at lunch time. Later. The Middlesex men are all out for 61.

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DOUGARTY, SON, AND PARKER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

DOUGAKTT, SON*, AND PABKEE REPORT. Ulcmington, Sale Yards, Melbourne ' June 13, 1SSG. We sold (in conjunction with J. Anderson and Co. , Bourke,) Ardock 'bulloeks, averaging £S 10. ; and Ardock cows, averaging £6 10s. -

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR. London, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

, .THE GERMAN EMPEROR. London, June 14. The lax. ; telegrams report the Emperor Frederick much worse and in a sinking con dition! ' ???;??'.? ? ' Later. The Emperor has been seized with lock jaw and his death is hourly expected. -AH the members of his family are wibb him. He has had a visit from the King of Sweden. '

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Sydney, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

(l-KQJl OT7E OVTX COEllESPOXDJSST ) 1 Svdnev. June 15. '' 1267 cattle yarded ; prices unchanged iFull supply of sheep to hand, prime in brisk demand, medium lower.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

WANTED a respecfiible lacl' about' 16' 'yeanT.of ;y- «-hat can read and write, to drive t-ik.:r.v v-j-t. Apf.Jyto.J. ROCHE. WASTED GOOD BUTCHER -Only steady man need apply ;' gorid wages RANK.E.NT & BLOXH vJI. WANTED to hire a lci,o?SMALL FLAGS, for decorative purposes Apply, ^DaVIDJIRAY, Mitchell-street: v . -? /- -* ,*;.. Bread and Beef for the Million !!! NO connection with the f.i iierjPcailjMeat Market. rr\KE NEWMARKET r^beiy Company having I. p:ii'f:h.isu.-'l large snpi cs of prime sheep and cattle, bavo uisri-KtleJ .lessr^J. Nanoarrovv aud Bartlutt to sell by ;uvot:'-r -jvery Wednesday and Saturday iu Iot6 to. suit pi. .-chasers. and Lu-ge quantities will be deliver;.-: _ Purchasers to rhe extent of 5s will l-e presented with a 21b loaf of first class 'bread, 'aiwl god weight too,' a full supply of which will also he put up for unreserved sale. Don't miss this, the best chance ever offered to tlie' Bourke Public. . — . . ?'???' ??? - : .'' ^ _ _TO-DA_Y.AT 4Of;' Retiri...

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LATE WOOL ARRIVALS. London, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

. LATE WOOL ARRIVALS. London, Juue 14. ' The wool cargoes of 19 ships arrived too latu for the present sales. They represented 60,000 bales,, \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

Washington fl, Soul & Co., Patent Medicine §? Drug Importers 158, 160, 162 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, ^ Seven doors from Elng Street, and 26SPITT STREET, Four doors from Park Street »L ± ? ?y#fc She Gold Medal of the New Zealand Exhibitor was awarded to WASHINGTON H. SOUL &CO tor then- Culinary and Pharmaceutical Prepara tions, in full competition -with all the various ^'??^a^i,^l0nial Productions and the SILVER MEDA1 of the Perth Exhibition was alsoawaMed to them for the only article they S;x * lubited there, viz., the AUSTEALIAN REQtSH ? ' ??;? '?? ' ?' ;:'.'???' '?' ' -?''???? ',;?'?? \: ':.''??'?? ' ''£ TO MAKE LIGHT BREAD and [ PASTEY use the celebrated A. SOYER^S (of the Be* « fonu Club) BAKDJGand YEAST POWDER 1 ?warranted free from alum or any other dele- ! .''' tenous article. Price, 6d per tin! Sold by I J all storekeepers. Wholesale and itetailby WismNoxoK H. Sovi. and Co. ^ ? ? : ?' '? '- '?'??'?-?'? ; '?' :- ?''?? ' ? ?:;'v '?'?'???' '& ?^^^P^^TO^CA^-^b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 16 June 1888

? i FASHIOXAJILIS AT mo 6 fit* a Tr: cost. ! It , ? JOH3; GiiAHAM ^ as* ^a- v _^. x. **&*^ MILITARY - . TAILOE, 543, George-Street, (Next entrance to Centra Arcade), AND Oxford-street, ICOENEE OF RILEY STREET, ?is now stowing a Special Purchase of very fine New Cheviot Tweeds New Worsted Trouserings New Cashmere Suitings New Saxony Tweeds Sew Tropical Tweeds New; WorstedSuitiags AlfD THE rllNew Shades in Brown (fashionable) Colonial Tweeds from the First Fac tories in New South Wales, New Zealand, etc. 'TTISITORS to Sydney are particolarlv V invited Io inspect the p-jvat ana really grand collection of Tweeds, now on view at my establishment?. The !-igh*»st product of the handiwork of ican, in the lit ol weaving, i-? shown, as tiie cnlleotiou of Tweeds is the Vt ry Bps! ;fcat England, Scotland, France, Germany. New Zealand^ Victoria, Tasmania and New Soutli 'Wales, can produce. No Rubbishy Maxebiac, dear at any price, ever finds a place in my (--;aljiis»mentf. I cater for Ibe...

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OBITUARY. London. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 20 June 1888

OBITUARY. London. June IS. Creswick, the tragedian Is dead.

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WELSH GOLD MINES. London, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 20 June 1888

WELSH GOLD MIMES. London, June 18. Morgan is forming a company with a capital of £200,000 to work his gold miae in North Wales.

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STANLEY EXPEDITION. London June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 20 June 1888

STANLEY EXPEDITION. Timidrm Juno 1R The report lias been confirmed that Stan ley had been deserted, that he was short of provisions and that numbers of his men were dying.

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EMPEROR WILLIAMS MANIFESTO. London, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 20 June 1888

EMPEROR WILLIAMS MANIFESTO. London, June 18. The military tone of the new Emperors manifesto bas attracted extraordinary atten tion throughout Europe. He will issue a, proclamation, stating that he will avoid all causes of strife and will adhere strictly to existing treaties. Later. The proclamation of Emperor William is in most general and colourless terms.

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THE LATE EMPEROR London. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 20 June 1888

THE LATE EMPEROR London, June 18. The post mortem on the late Emperor's body showed' that the larynx had been com pletely destroyed by supperation, there being a cavity the size of a man's fist. Twelve generals will bear the coffin to the grave. It will be in no way a State funeral, but ' various inunicimlitics will be reme sented. Later. The funeral of the late Emperor took place to-day, his remains being followed by the Royal cortege aad members of the Reich stag.

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