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ENGLAND'S UNPREPAREDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

ENGLAND'S TOPEEPARIDNESS. Lord Wolseley has not improved since he came to be generally recognised as ' our only general,' and it will be a pity if his arrogance is fed until he takes on himself as great airs as are now making General Boulangei- not simply ridiculous, but perhaps a real nuisance and element of danger in France. Still Lord Wolseley talked sense on '\1Ymr1 a.V ill Ills af 4-^iv /I inn £?»- a nnanii t i- flic tTAi.A1 -auhuwj ^*-» ' ? »**J , UIJlVVL U1LU.1V1 OMbbl^U OlIS (JUG J ? IHiT.I Metropole, and even the Duke of Cambridge has talked sense in following suit. These not too friendly associates in the management of our army loudly complain that it is being grossy mismanaged because they, its ostensible managers, are not per mitted to have their way, but, like the forces placed nnder them, are buffeted about by civilian Ministers whose sole desire is to effect cheeseparing economies, and perpetrate wholesale jobs, for the amusement and hoodwinking of Parliament and the ...

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

MAM ttinlBtal |.-Vir!.i1..:lii'J|J#y.j,*f/^ :^.'^Mf|%^ ????1:jw-'';i'.i*: it.:iai)*[,s.'CEi!S;ST,v. ?*'?? i i^tes'jiiGjSl^avDtKP -jaws;/ ??????;: '' ?.:'.;? '.' : ., ??- :- : ?' 'iv^ttYffes ;'K':«:- ' is: - powdeu; ? ',:nfiK)otii4rr:v;;i:: - [?] * wj! WWW fr ff^t'! WB/f \n / f 'F'f * * 5 {,* j Mai S**iCT ' iSii^ilmimS^mM i;i':¥ii1PR!HS^?.*ie a3erin.g.',)aiiist-ard ^nS'^oiSaeir^jplaBTbers^. ', i;-;j£:r|to1^tJ^p»'':.OT/^a'ia'1l'iifcoin'^ |||||lyiJ^Ua*J&;:i: iibifi^i^/;&i^ng!i^i!l-yl^i6V;; ' i '? glsclucf ;:.:;- jiiifsiciaai. . , Price, ,/jLs. '. ' ^YisHIStf Toy |||ippSS(t»lf tikmi;.:!Go;: ?! ::; : :::.;; ; ' '^{i^ ??:': :;t0?$$ ^^ ; v;; : iBl|ll';fe t:''n ? i.;:: :?? ?' ? ?-? ? ? ^ ' '?. : ? :: ?? ^^-—^^, : -? i'^ /.:.V^;-::^-v;r:^ ,, ;;i ; ? ;??; ;^ ?:? ^v.r: ; ^J&jSTlPATIQKr- ,? CURED ; .by; ..Div,, : Waiiter s L slUf^Jjp-ifca^il' Ccihipmmd: Castot ? Oa^Pi&iJ': ' ' ?;;^?]»rubared £ com ?? the , pare ? «nd , .tasteless ,; caster . ^ ^lilpiitc-ipi-ice,1...

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JULY 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

JULY 26TH. The Quarter Sessions were continued ami con cluded yesterday. The first case was : M. McFadden, charged with obtaining money under false pretences. He pleaded guilty, and, was sentenced to 9 months hard labor in Bourke gaol. J Percival charged with embezzling money aud goods to the amount of two hundred and eighty pounds, the property of Mr. A. Adams, Nyngan. The prisoner pleaded not guilty and was defended by Mr. P. J. Biddulph. The evidence showed returned a verdict of ^uilty. Remanded till this day for sentence. Messrs. Jones and Smith, two gentlemen in busi ness together in the same line, were charged with assaulting and robbing one R. Murray, at the Cato Creek, near Brewarrina. Prisoners pleaded not guilty and Were unassisted by any legal luminary. Consequent perhaps on thi& fact, but more likely because the evidence was most conclusive as to their guilt, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty and they also will be requested to attend this jmornrrg to hear w...

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

?: i-: ? ...;:x jAIO^OTR^jCDBTTt'^;';, ? ; Hmnkfully acknowledges the gifat amoimt of uup-: port whidi has been accoided!ii]jiif'J-,n)HHy, yearns - ' '' vj»Mt'4-rpngh't;ja1i6n't;by'.'au talnios^ijiii^ryln^^: '^.;''-*-j . ..'. : , ; \[;\ SERIES .OP:SUGCB.S,i«:W.. ?y-v: ''2S: : Wtich -liaviB attended ^the ihawy diflicult and lm- i oortant iuvesli gationa that have been placed in -. - nii^iands.?-''^^'''. . -^??'?-,'4 ;;.,:;.'iviC?vT-.':?i:.';:'r.'';!-:Ca-c.;. . ???? - .;. ~:l^l^(^^F^^;^l^^.:^,:i!, '?Dd:m«»mjpcr^^^W^V£^eaaBiia1'Crai^V: ...?.Mr^GTOITT^Iias^ftehVenaered^senfial1^^ ^yAe'^iBiMv^iofiigli^ifl^laib^^anii^e'^'r^ With an ever-shifting population, -laily ^ngmrle* ? ' aUVE ?na»i-- for , ' -? ' '4. ?S.'.**;,.,;.-'.' /? c.;.^'.' j^J ^...^uVf.-;.:;^^! '?' ?:.. 'MISSING RELATIVES AKDffKIENpS^-.v',;'; ??;f :--'-;'':y ?'?!?;-? ?. :--.i^i?HaajpoH^. ^k:;:\»^-M ?' ' ? ^C^ESD'S^A^^S^-^i^R^A^* to thi;ir anxioua acquaintances or tidings of them »«ccr*.nii,cd. It sot nnfrequently happens thit...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr. Mansfield, the recently appointed engineer for the Water Works arrived on Saturday and has commenced file duties of his office. The report of the Bazaar in connection with the Presbyterian Church is held orer until next issue. Considerable interest was displayed on Saturday last concerning: an enormous cod caught some ten miles down the river and which had been carried up by its captors suspended on a pole. The un couth looking monster when weighed pulled the scales down at 681bs. and is certainly such a fish as does sot fall to the lot of every follower of the gentile art. Just as we were going to press we learn that the shearing ' campaign lias been opened at Dunlop, where the men have refused to sign the station agreement Mr. Francis, the Shearers' Associa tion's officer at Dunlop has, we are informed, reported the Tfact to Mr. B. H. Stanley, the local Secretary of the Union, who will most likely start at once for the seat of war, and it is to be hoped his m...

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

Whilst the Central Australian Pastoral and Agricultural Aassociation is entitled to all credit for the successful result of its recent show it is advisable alike in the interest of its members, of exhibits and the public that it should seek to profit by the experience of the past week *nd by noting the eirors and omissions which occurred seek to guard against the repetition in the future. Unless this is clone the utility of the Association will be largely discounted. In making these remarks we hare no desire to criticise in any captious or unfriendly spirit, but rather by emphasizing the existing vreak points, h'lp to clear the way for a judicious reform. That there is room for this is generally admitted even by those gentlemen who strove so hard to bring lhe'past sho\v a* near perfection as poss me. In the first place there can be no ijueslion but that the committee in not^ ad hering to its advertised arrangements com mitted a grave error and one which they should be careful to avo...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

QUARTER SESSIONS The Bourke Quarter Sessions were opened on Mon last, before His Honor Judge backhouse, Mr. H. Coffcy officiating as Crown Prosecutor. - . Phillip Dwyer, was charged that lie did on 12th February last, .if Mungunyah, irflict grevious bi'lily harm on frSfmiel Moore. Prisoner pleaded nrct guilty, ami the jury agreed with him, and he was discharged. Tommy In Sin, was charged that he did on oth JM-ircn last, slioot at, with intent to kill William Allen, of Pirillie Station, Warrego River, and a further charge of inteut to inflict grevious bodily lie. cm on tlie sauia parson, was also laid. Constable Dickson deposed to arresting ' the prisoner at Pirillie, when he made no statement William Allen deposed that he had had some words with prisoner, who was cook at Pirillie, about the hour at which he was to have had his dinner, when prisoner threatened to shoot him with a donhle- barrelled gun ; the manager quietened th? prisoner on that occasion About a fortnight afterwards ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE O'DWYER PATENT EARTH SCOOP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

COJ&EEPSONOEffCE. THE O'DWyEK PATENT EaLRTH SCOOP. T3 THE BDITOB OP THE ' Wa? ;BS HERALD.' Sir, — I was rather surprised at both the tenor and the brevity of the report accor led by you in your Ii&t issue to O'Dvryer's Patent Eart'i Scoop. You sty tint ' the general impression was that the work done was too slow to render it in any way ?)~3f-sra')le to excavati'ig a new tank.' Now, air, in justice I must ask you to allow me to reply to that cvitiol-i'n In the first place, before the issue of the itnr ild, ii fact on the ground itself, I spoke to ;;--'.-ijra1 ijjnfcleTien, and in every case obtained t'nir permission ta use their names as a reference iu ci'insclion with nivscoon. as the v' ha A seen if. wnrkuig there that day ; an»l in cac:i cue they cer t«uiy seeme I w«ll satisfied with the work done. I obtains-] the following names, with permission to use them, namely — Messrs. E. S. Anttll, Gunning bar ; J. Aarons, Naniuia ; J H. Geddes, Geddes and Co , Sydney ; T L...

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

{feom oub owv correspondent.) Sydney, Jane 26. 950 cattle yarded ; prices further advanced 7s 6d per head- SSOO sheep penned ; prices advanced Is per head.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Tby telegraph.] fROH PITT, SOlf, AND BADCHGRT. Svdnev. June 25. 5700 sheep penned to-day; market opened brisk, and prices improved Is all round. We sold 2000 including the Walhallow wethers, at 11s lOd to 12s 4d; Badgery Bros, wethers. 8s 8d to 9s 6d, ' etc. 947 cattle yarded ; good attendance of buyers ; market opened firmer, and improved as sales proceeded. We sold 200 Walsh and Elliott's Oreel bullocks, averaging £7 Is, and 75 for A. C. Vicary, Bringelly, averaging £5 10s.

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

; funer2^service 3* \'Xiondon, June 25 The Emperor William ^accompanied by the Empress^ Victoria«|tended the funeral service at Potsdam, and 'afterwards made a state entry into Berlin.

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

MEDICAL HALL, BOURO, OPPOSITE, TATATEU^VS HOrEL) DR. STDES, GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER AND SURGEON To the Bourke Hospital and Gaol ; 'formerly Senior .Souse Physician, and lauely Senior House , Surgeon, Melbourne Hospital. Consultations by lenfceror personally. Medicines.) forwarded to ill parts of the Colonies. - SALEIGH, AlTKEN & GO., STOCK, STATION, AND FORWARDING AGENTS, - - .' - Bourke. TETJOKIXG Of FAT STOCK ATTENDED TO. HeadOffice: Melbourne. ^JtYAN Ml) HAMMOTD, . ^COCK AND STATION AGENTS, AMD -K ''',} ' EAT STOCK 'SALESMEN, rMmBmmm &nd boueee. Jmh:-4UIHamiiioiJcl and Donkin, ? -^K*-*5 SVDNEV. £'- /'?----&?*';?*?:? .- Griffltlis and Weaver, STOCK $MAT10tf AGENTS, r ' ~ NORWICH CHAMBERS, ' HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. ADVANCES made on Eat and Store Stock con signed to us for sale. Bi-weekly sales of fat stock at Homebush, and report of market furnished regularly on appli «ation. . 4 PITT, SON, -£ BADGERY, (Limited.) STOCK AND STATION AGSNT3 SHEEP & CA...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. London. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

EUROPEAN NEWS. London. June 25. fejje^lndiau Government are dispatching l&ng ^rces to Puniaatoto avenge the mur ^ bf two English of|§ft

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MESSES. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER Sydney. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

MESSES. GRIFFITHS ATST) WEAVER Svdnev. June 25. 945 cattle yarded; large attendance of buyers. Market brisk, with a further improvement in prices. Best beef 20s per lOOlbs. We sold 98 bullocks on account of Messrs. F. S. and \V. H. Bell, of Pickering, at £7 17s Id 5,548 sheep penned. Market shows an improvement of 6d per head. 50-lb wedders, 10s.

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PROTECTION IN GERMANY. London, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

PROTKCTTOtf TN GERMANY, Iiondon, June* 25. At the opening of Reichstag the Emperor in his speech promised further protection .to working nien iu Germany, and that he, would endeavour to remove the social ?con- trasts which had unhealthy efiect on ^his people, bur. would t-ternly oppose all efforts » undermine the public order, he would do ?nis best to niaiutaiu peace with all nations, and did not desire to use the Army of Germany in offensive ?wars. He would uphold alk ance between Austria and Italy and would carefully cultivate personal friendship of the Czar and do his best to maintain friendly re lations with that power.

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DECLARATION GOETHE POPE. London, June 25 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 27 June 1888

DECLARATION OF THE POPE, London, June 25 The Pope has declared that he will never depart from the Vatican.

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

?^ ' V-!°- '^W^'^S0$6^&0ii^^: ? ? ? . .? ???? ?????? : '^/'-^^.fiii^PFiaSE^ir -WviT,a:-i..;:; .:? '?.'.: ?',., ' '? -iraAfassy, ?'-. '? ? .'? ?': ' ; .? /:,:?„... .y::jS&'^i,^Kj^...:.,\:,^;X -?-? ? NCM TED- JFKHffitili- ' 'post' l#i§91iir S. M£W$; Proprietor. rpRAyELLE^|^rorers,aiidtbc general piblic combined with civility and attention. - j-; All informa on as to stock roads always '???'?'' '??? '??'??'?io)iiaji^l)le--:^1'v.'''-''''.o:'-,;:h-i5''- ;;?.?'«? Good secure padd ock, well ^rassedj aud watered '' ? ?.''???'? .;jT^OT|foi|s^^ H 'Sliopsj-ljand, Horses^ Buggies; Harness, and.' Account Sales and other. Business promptly at; ?' ? ? '? tended 1»; , ;i. ?..; 1,v-.-:.l',i.:'T--'^-.'-'!;',':'.' '?'?'? '?-:' ? ' ' ?? ' ?' OFFICES HEXT COBAB HOTFl., ? . ? , ? ?? .; ? ?y*m*&b&&-':* w$f^ [ '?? ? ;;: , vf ? : ?'. ? ??r^appgffl^^i^s^^;^-'' BB05.^;m^i^^^^^B^^^^^bje:;|^gae^ ? genei^ythkt lie liae taken tliepmpii^rsMp .: .'??' '..'. ? '.?.?; ?-???^flj...

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

? Cukedqf DRiYratp — ' A young friend of mine jwas cared of an insatiable thirst for liquor, , which jiad so prostrated Mm tltat be was unable to Ao auy business. He was entirely carred by t3ie iiseflf Dr. Sonle's American Hop Sitters. It nl» Icyed all that burning tbirtt, took away ttie appe ?rite for liquor, made his nerves steady, -and he ha remained a sol-er and eteady min for more tlian inrn tyears, and has no desire to return to .his cups . I Tmow of a number of others that liave been cured ?flf drinking 'by it''-.' ' - , A Jfew York hoy whose ftitfier was sent to the ?penitentiary last week staled that he never heard of God. There is tiie mating of an Alderman in (that boy. ? ' . ' . ; TmE is JtfoNET. —Time aud money will be .saved [by keeping Jh-.^Eix's'BmEBsin iheHionse ' It is an invaluable remedy for'all disorders of the kid ineys, liver and bowels, and for all 'the obstructions of these organs. It has cured many obstinate cases' after hundreds of pounds had been -pai-3 t...

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EDUCATION. London, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

t it i -EDpeasraoN. ? m , , London, June 28. The Royal Commission appointed to en quire into the present .system of education in jfche^T^iil^d-tjgli^dguiijrecomnieads the en couragement ot tlie voluntary system and Jthe development of religious and moral ?teaching.

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ILLICIT STILLS. Sydney, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

' tLTilCEr^STIL'LS « Sydney, June 20. Two illicit stalls' were ^elzeea'^ In 'Phillip street, Waterloo, this afternoon in full work ?Grie/iuau was arrested and locked up.

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