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CRICKET. London, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

cric:et. London, June 25. The Australian E ven commenced a match against Xorksh at Bradford The visitors went in and lui 2 . wickets down for L49 runs. Later. The Australians ii: their, first innings seored 367, of which B aorjnade 112, Ban Tierman 65, Turner iJ Edwards 32, aud Ferris 33 out out. Jonnor was at the wicket an hour.and a hr. I aud made 25 liits for fours.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTECTION OF EMPIRE. Lndon, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

PROTECTION OFEMPIRE.:V London,June35 Bismarck has announced to the *e!»e«' Council of Germany that tbe emperor Wil-. liam considers it his fi.-st duty .to protect the territory of the empi. a. and in regard to foreign afiairs, he will vdhere to the policy of his predecessors.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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SENTENCE REMIND. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

^'mtiti^Bmm&M i^aa«^ rtC Prince Ferdinaud has^raM^un?;^- J been discharged froiu Pn^Ma^F' -'-^TT

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THE MINISTER FOR LANDS Sydney June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

-THEMJNISTER F^^iWDS ..%J^ June 20. ? There??^;ajtnivm^etmMEM»' ^^^ «,is morning, ^cludingMm^^. for; Lands, who is once more «9ffi?9^TTp Tiie' totlie Mountains to rcstorSMiiBi -J- *%£,*;,*„'- weened by illness, ^ ^ffi^^

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A TECHNORNE PRISONER. Sydney June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

AJ^KBORNE. PISBWil O It; 1, I I r8y3^ !»»» 9,1. Jean Louis, who in the TSsggK^g ci6e re ceived seven yoars imprisoj^^ for perjr ry, wan a witness 4ni%pistrict»^-t ^q y^: terday. W&jf

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ROUGH ON RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

BOUGH OV 11 VIS. Clears cut rats, mice., cockioaelies. ants, I-ed3» jgs) insects, shunks, jack-raMnts, sparrows, goj i ffip At chemists and druggists. -H^^| ' BUdTA-PAnJA.. '^ilSPi Quick, iEomplete cuce,all auuoyiiig Kidnej^U^ 4er, and Urinal diseases, At chemists an|L|u|ipi gists. Mosejs Moss and Co. , Agents, Sydney;3t§&.

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FEDERATION OF NATIVE SOCIETIES. Sydney, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

FEDER&pON PF,(NAJtty3E 60CI& i , ? , SydnfL June 26. -\ The federation of the \vl)ott|ft£ tjje Jfative Societies of Australia is coiisMevgj cert»iiV.

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CHINESE WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

CHINESE WILL Th«' estate of a Chinese slorekeeper. named Buon-; Mow &oon Sam, late of Bridge-street;, Sandhurst, cm-.e under the notice of M!r. Jtistiae ..'Beckett in ths Equity Court, Melbourne, lat : week. The deceased expired on the 5th Ja .uary last, and letters of administration to h ?* estate were granted to James Mi Gan, a is -ditor, who carries on the business of a lie* -ad victualler at Iron bark, near Sandhurst. Mr. WeigaJl moved tor a rule|uisi on behb * of Kwan Eng Slown commonly known as 3 '»n*r Soon, for the re vocation of letters oi idminisfcration, with the object of obtaining robate of a will that has since been discove i, and of which the following is the transl. -.on, attested by Mr. C.P. llodgus, Chinese oterpreter: ? At the pies:-nt monj at I am previously sick. '1 herefore I hav- requested and ob- . tained both CJiinese aid Euglisb doctors. They have examined me, and state that I am in great danger. I fear I cannot live long, therefore, I at once, all m...

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RESIGNATION OF DR. McLARREN Sydney June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

RESIGNATION OF DEL McLARRBrT' ? SfaneflBfewi-26. Dr. MacLaren has resignCJJjfcJre^residem-/ of the Rabbit Commissioners.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

A Safe Mediceje foe Ladies.— The reason this Abraham's Pills -are a safe medicine or ladies is that they are purely a- vegetable composition of Dandelion, and expressly suited to the constitution and requirements of women. This explains the 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, 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, Loss and Gain. CHAPIEBl. 'I was taken sick a year ago With a billious fever.' 'My doctor pronounced me cured, but I got sick again, with terrible pains in my back aud sides, and I got too bad I Could not move ! I shrunk I Prom 228Ibs to 120 ! I had been doctoring for my liver, but it-did me no good. I did mot expect to live more than three months. I began to use Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. Directly my appe...

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AREST OF DOOLAN Sydney, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

?-''* ^ARRESTOF BO^LflJ*. 11 ? Sydney, June 26. Doolan, the defaulting teller of the bank of Victoria, Melbourne, has been arrested at Adeliade.

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald OFFICE TUESDAY EVENING. BRIDGE CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald Office, Tuesday Erasure. BRIDGE CBOSSTKTGS. The following are the crossings at the Darling Bridge, North Bourke, for the ,veek ending 23r3 June: -On the 17th— 713 cattle from Augustus'' Downs to Wodouga, L French in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents ; 23rd — 1090 from Never Never River to Albury, J. Miller owner, B. B. Miller in charge ; 1000 from same place, same owner and destination, J. L. Miller in charge ; 560 from same place, same owner and destination, K. P. Simpson in charge. Total cattle, 3210. 17th — 8131 sheep from Elsinora to Bat!iur6t, Humphry and Richardson owners. A. Smith in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents. 18th — iOT fram Nulty to Sydney, G. H. Burcher owner, Wilkinson and Lavender agents. 20th— 250 froin Nulty to Bourke, W. EL McMillan and Co. owners ; 23r*l— 400 ranis from Murrumbidgee to Fort Baurke, M. P. Fitz gerald and Co. owners, C. Strap in charge. Total sheep, 9181. At Deniliquin, says the Times, the weather has been...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. Sydney June 26 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

«:W4M^ AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIA j^ I!TOAI.K€I3 Mr. R. B. Wise has declined the ^Presi dency of the Australian Natives Association.

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RANKEN & BLOXHAM [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

Banker & Bloxham Report business through the show and races last week has been interrupted. Horses — We sold by auction on Saturday a mob o£ draughts on ac count of Corella station ; also, on account of Mr. Wade, the prices realised being satisfactory, namely, £16 per head for one lot and £22 5s for the ctner ; we have also sold on owner's.aceounfc blood stock and a heavy weight carrying haefc ?ney at prices satisfactory to owners. Amongst the blood stock were some of Mark Tapleys for which high prices were obtained, a yearling bringing £14 ; saddle horses were sold from £6 to £15 per head. Sheep— In this line sales are dull at present, the margin between Buyers ana sellers making it difficult to bring Them together. We have placed two lots under offer and expect sales to result ; We have a large number to select from. Auction Sales— We have held sev eral sales lately, amongst which were the sale of M. Lackey's household furniture and effects and sales on the show ground. Me...

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THE RABBIT COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

THE RABBIT-COMMISSION. At a meeting of the above held at Brisbane on Saturday last the following resolutions were^a--^d^.-^,!,Th^,^f^Drown .tenants be required* Sinner penalties to keep down rabbits ou their own runs in infested dis tricts, and be prevented- from -wilfully de stroy .ng iguanas, carpet snakes, native or domestic jcafo.^. ,2..,That,it beji-pena] matter to pay ? head money for destroying rab.bjits, or in any other way to deal, use, or preserve the skins as an ;irticle of commerce. ^S. That in consideration of these- pi^ovisiKs being^carrjbd-out, r aud oa iJie recomnie^fe tion'ot Hue rabbit board, Crown teuantjrin iufested areas be granted extended temps: of the whole of their holdings for :ff-eriod beyond ^.thatj already secured .them. by the Laml -|jpt£. ; j i.- 'liiat no,0rpvni tenant in an infested 'area' be allowed;to forfeit part of his present holding: but sliou'id the Grown tenant forfeit the wlip'e of $he holding, the Crown as landlord takes his responsibilitie...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

tiali, uBifci, . . the mirnnur of their voices, a& i^^ away in th«* distance. Me had done his duty, hf Iiad avenged in justice, lie had obeyed the wishes of the dead, so foon as ever those wishes were known to bun. He had laid -down all rights, all claims for ejar, but now he felt for ihe first time the sharp pang of regret smilp him as he looked arouud on all he must leave for ever — the birl liplaee which was no birth right — the heritage which was no heritage ' childhood, endeared by the pride and lofty honour of a past ancestry, which yet never had been hie home by right.. All must be given up ! A hard duty lay Jbefore him, yet be must not shrink from ir. On the morrow the search for the lost heiress must commence. - He Iiad only heard from the housekeeper that night of VI vienne's flight from Renon geux, and the Countess 3e VerdreuiPs de claration that she had eloped. But Eaoul treateJ Ihis idea with ecorn. That proud, pure-minded girl, in whose, veins ran the. blood of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. K-trtUislied 1834 ; Incoip»rat«J 1848.' C«i.it»l £600 000 Reserve Fund £«00,000. S trrve lor Bqii iiism.ui of Dividends -135,000. Bourke Branch, (Opened 186ft.) Dl POSITS ricfivtii on current accounts ; interest H.lorf«3 -'- fixed deposits at current rates ; Mils -'t-«--i'i'^ ? cheques and orders collected; d-.ft- i.*u.d. »»-' ^i} «lflutl1 bl»nUllR insmees trans ***''? DABMNG R1TER BRANCHES : W|ILttE9¥, ratE_flH«IW*» BOTHKK, Tfflt .;?? OflUNITl * OT5NWWOT. H. T. R. BETLI Manager Bourse Branch. The Australian Joint' Stock Bank. HIU.O OFFICE: STTOfEY. Bourke Branch: Mitchell Street. All it±ual banMn? business transacted C G.KENT, , Manager. J ? ? ? ? ' % 'The London Chartered Bank of Australia. r-.. ' Incorporated by Koyal Ohartn. S s^im^iMp,-)neffiUUonSterlmg: ifewimUiioner for takine AffidftrUs, for; ^^ «outb '? ... - ;;;v;T:'^|op||ra^^ ? '? '?'' ' '. 'j ? '.'f ^^^'*^^TBS3F__i3____!-;:jv^-.: ?-^cs'-i^-sh--.ifriii!'h'r- ^ V :'!l . *' Jloi4iShelpk...

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THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS *? There's a letter in the candle, Kaiy.' ?' 'Who is it coming to ?' She gives the candle a light sbake and the letter drops next to Katy. *' There's a fibroud in the candle to-night, Ellen.' ' Oh, don't say so. Yes ; it is there sure enough ! Poor Jim !' 'There will be divine worship next Sabbath evening in the school-house at Four Corners, Desvolente, at early candlelight. ' The above literature belongs to an age that is past, but the old boys anil giris of to-day can easily leeall the dialogue and announcement as part of the household con verso don of thirty or forty years ago, when the candle was not only the light of the family but iis oracle as -well. This was before the age of petroleuni and in the in fancy of gae, wt.en ' boughten' candles of tallow or sperm were used for company, aud the tallow dip was the every-day luminary. Candle making was one of the industrial branches of housekeeping in those days. A cake ot tallow, made from fat rendered in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

LOUIS &GAROT, WATCHMAKER. AND JEWELLER '''-I, (Opposite Tattebsaii's), Notifies that having '|ust returned from Witn a splendid assortment of JEWELLERS, Me., -lie has determined*' to sell at ,? - SYDNEY RATES. (Opposite Tat's.) ESTABLISHED 1873. '?} **** , 3ffOTIC^. *' i The undersigned »eg& to announce that he is no« Huoiiiu^ a Cab ^ feefcween BOURSE AND WEST BOURKE to catch Loth the In & Out Tfioaii^ an^ also at*aU hours about town. T. A. WILLOTOHBY, HAGON BROS.. 150, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY TTISITS BODRKE every few months, with an f extensive assortment of Patterns of -the latest designs and Novelties in Suitings, Coatesgs and Teottseeikgs. GENTLEMEN favouring liiin vnt\\ their orders will admit that for Cot Frr, Stv'ix ami Finish, and moderate prices, Hacok Bkos., caiuiot be ex celled. THE DUBBO LIBER AL ASTD , JMLLCQUARIE A.X-VCCATJ2, PDBUSHED EVERV WEONE3DAY & SATURDAY, AT THE ''LIBERAL' PHINTING WORKS, WINGEWA&RA-ST., DUBBO T&3jyiS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

[?] [?] lKBfangTjiendE; Next^-f-Mr-, and S ? ? '. . i-!G(enfit^;3iiQiauy Agent- ''^t? -v'-: : ??.,..??;,:.: ???..?:v€e)ftiAc^s'^^ And otter Deeds Obtained. ^ fe MITCHLLL STEEET, BOURKE. HberaUy d^t *ri^ ?'.'.. ???;?? ;/:;;:^Xa-O!TZI?5raaE.'.:5'-^!*:. ?:-Vl'- -1' ? ? ' ' .'/? ; .'; ?:? ?; ? ''.?: '' .; .. ? . 'yk &j3i» above :^li^ai6wn»et»iluiliBie»*, %isitor« ? ', ?J\. to Louth may rely upon getting ?'^oiodfrrti^ .^[?.-.-???.?...^-...?v:;.,--^.,:.;.-!--. ?--.ipir-gninj; ????.-' ??'?? -?'- ???.??' ????'?? '%'^sew^*^ JOL , «n : hand ; and :' ,#p f 'iani*^ Special lines ifor ? FaitiiiVBiiifeltcr *;W;;'.:.iern&^£:S^ panties; at lofrestrates.' ?' ' !'v'v..,u.'.,.: ?.' ?;..';;',-;?'.;?«? 3 business, and my terms wiU be ^& _. :-;i«asbnsij&le. ]?: ''??? ? ;';. -;^ ;:'V ;'/,;.?/?? . .;;,?: ?:k%| i_- district tbat lie has commenced i-UBihfe«8 va» :|»«Di»e.; ,;^ . ?' : ?':' ; ? ^ ;;;? # ? ''V ???,? i ?; :-;| Ifv 'i;;^^ i^:iC':^ '^ ; -?.;lS:'f i,|iEE^'4eliverea:p...

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