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

SHEPWBBCBi / ^ Syclney.^une 2£ i ^-A^vessel^ias arrived at Hobart from the Cape oB Goon Mope and confirms the report of ja large ship founding, with all hands, dur ing a heavy gsJe off the African coast.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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BRAIDWOOD RAILWAY. Sydney, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

6 *-W£5BDfwbh- BAILWAY Sydney, June 29 ?* A-deputation»nterviewedTthe^EVemierthis morningtasldng the support of the Govern me1^ju4pn-motingtjtheujconst^ctio^)^f^kjpri * vate light line of railway from Tarrago toj Sraidwood. T^t was stated that if the Bill parsed, nearly all the shares would be taken1 up locally. The Premier said he would sub mit the matter to ht-= Colleagues and see if this proposed line could not be introduced into «ieir railway 'scheme *

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

. '*,*' , -j&ws&m. ~ *t%%r Sydney, Jnne 29. . - -She lion. Henry Moore died early this morning at Role' Bay. ' 15He-yi-as* in bis 73r3 ? year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

.* ,£spegimj?t ''is.: : j ; :. Diseases of the 'Genitb-Urinar j Organs, 29 BLIGH'STBEET. SYi)KEY. , : *- I- To hi had'of Ail Booksellers. \ ' j '? NEW MEMORY -SrSTBM. ,,....-.?? ? ? UASY AND CEKTM\. KO IMiGLVEET ' '.TORES. Over «M in-acttcal:imiI«!Jiiaoii^S flowing iiow to icura with, raiiidityaiid certainty, nisibry, «eogiaiibj% foreign kneHages c-Ueiniatry, iiliysioloxy, ledger folios: rules of counterpoint ajid , ] tar:nouy minu^OjTWimes.jiiiaresses-, !t1s6;':)ww!tB speak or recite without ii.'.ie-, &c.,' taught toy.Sconrespouileiioe. : rrosiitctus, le. Liis, aud teuumomuls on apiilioiition to r;'.:Jtxi,vn.'-cuAB.ixsBBaxr'st;-'' /???'? . ., ? . ' ? . . v ; , ' ' Crestoh, JJelboume. TESTpi&'iMffiTO^mE^bVE' ';':'.;.' v '?;-?? ,:Jf,U.%V,S. a-.. .; ?:l-h''SmexspM,'SA.V: ' '''?? ' -,?'??'???: ??? '''-.r*1-;-'-. :.June,7^iesr.: :-:: Dear Sir,— IdouVtbmfcli^tsaJ; toj ;uy4-& to'.-its jmuse, conEideriiiglUogruivt^heSeftt'^j'iliave Sleriyea ironi/it. 3y application ...

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RECLAMATION OF LAKE ABOUKIR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

[?] Iir 'March, 1887i a .; concession /: was - ,gra nt**d ; by' !tb'6 EffyirtianjJG-over'n.inent far ledaimiug ? immediately., .ami, h'^*e bepn : flushed forward ^ ? willi an '5«|o1:ei-pr]^e!vaDd':'/dM-p'alicli''''!}ia'r^ly ~' f -known ^?itv. 'SlSgypt.' ??? ' .Sbiia *£ontract u -ifor icon : 'structiri'g flieejirth works andJJ masonry ' was 1 .'^pla^'d^in ;j|i'e^ffaidsi|'bf ;a,:'':-local ???' firBaj-J'^liiJe'-. ? b'uiJdin'fiS. ifoa cUihinev, «fcc, was erilrusfea '? .tol'-|&I?SRrs;;.3Qli;ri' and';Heniy (xwyiine, ^rcf .'.' ^apioierjginitHv ': .jEioniioti. The works were.' ' 'd^g^ljy':|Mlam^ jiiernfetliy^EJaE-l : -?'^st'RiiesiJent(in*t.::'€.E!: .,?/?'.: :^; ,:...;^r';;. ' ': It ijriavjlte stated the area' of ? lurid to be ^?jdeait'.^i^^ ? ,ifc'ip : \jsjtuatfdjf-n,itjie l^jcder? ,«^tU^ jiediterrapean TbB landi was 'iiglilv VutUvAted and -thickly 'populated? from time jrinnemorial, but eariy ^,'in\ffie'laBt/'raiiturvl^:$toVm''caUBed':tlhe sea tn tufal purposes, v ; What-had to be ...

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TELEGRAMS. PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

TELBfefeAMS. Sydney, June 29. In tlie Legislative Council the indemnity clauses of ihe Chinese ^Restriction Bill were ?&greed to, hnf khe rfebtiaining amendments laade.Jotj the Assembly were rejected by large majorities 1 'TT-'Creedi wilLinovJe when theTPajpmfent of Members Sill ls'discussed that no payment ?fte'^iarleto T£tiy inemlier ijhless'fcn affirmative vote has been4aken at a-general election and that such payment shaUjCO&tinue only dur ing the continuance of the Assembly so teleefced.' v , J/ *- .U;- *i? * ^-l&^w^ m^ jfeL T-emporary Supply Bui Tor June was passed 5 BuniB announced Jus intention to wake a sjatementjagecardingthe financial condition of ^hetsountry b^fore^Srli^l^lent prorogued. 'rTnie Military Estimates were pgreed, 'to ; also, those of the Colonial Secretaries De partmenfc,iifand supplementary ^estimates amounting to £320,000 ' - »/«

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THE LANGUAGE OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

THE LANGUAGE OP rANIMALS The imiversalitv of the id^a thai auimals can talk, and that tome few Ituiuaii bi-ings have acquired their languages, aboot wliich Mr. F. O-. Praser discourses io his month's ArcTuBologieal Review, is curious chiefly for this reason. It is a direct contradiction to , ' universal and unbroken human experience. Nobody ever did understand the 'talk' of beasts or birds, or meet anybody who under stood it, or obtain any eudence woith a straw that it bad ever been understood. Some of Mr. Atkinson's bushuien in South Africa told him, it is true, that tiiev under stood the talk of the apes to each other ; but he did not believe ttiem, - r, we imagine, think it probable that they believed them' elves. The statement « a- only rudimentary bragging. Most ideas widely entertained, even that of the hibernation of swallows under water, have a basis of some Bort under them ; but this one, though it extends to the most diverse families t)f men, has Apparently none. It is one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

*' ' l \'. 'CdbeD stB. ^^EOJKnsr^-^ Ajoung 'feeiiii of ^ iniue : ^'lka^^irogfcr^JM|K'|Tkt':te' '-was ; iiniable''^'.''^'' 'ia^%toa^^^P|3^8rafa;^raiiety :-icufred ':'-%y:J:'-i ;bc ' asecli»f^5rt:'EiSoole^ il^^ptiStt',ffi-p *BitSfersr'*;'it '.bis . ;dte:fo¥JiOT6rj'-na^e^B^wvi&i,Bteal3yj' aSid'Se.i ia,-i' --«JOVVfl»?teTfq ?. W'Cfel tt S.ii'. ;;'?;/ 'A\.- ?; li.;' i ? -j -*: : w J . ,s- |'t 'Thfe:fne!wf(e^l^iy^'iii^]^t^'jtei:jiu5ti;il-fea; ?i&isxMoi^4^^^?i^d'#^neJ:''^;i?^-:p*v'^l-i ceeplng ©rSfJEcfes'SjiiiaEBs'tii'ffie :lxov^e-t »5Ht -IS ? aval^ler«meaylotaliaisoraerE--f the kid; vUver and faowelBj anS for all the obstrucHozis iinndr^B^? ^unds liad l-eea ^Jraid to 'phi Bl- , ;,'wtiIiout»^tiS?d^^lifetv;dfe^a^*« ctaic slaugHfenag of cattle lias prpyjja 'in ic v ig^ffimi^-i-Tiuai ,a, ; : jMed^f MaclcJ'Sf'^Bi ich t ion, simple ^Tanffi^hopSj BiicKu,?'Ji?i.^ari .ke : .elipn,-j|tCy'jtpaKe sol;inany.j'.ana:'(«u-5i .fyiai^ i^f iawonderM.cureB as- Dr. Soles' A Mi^^Si^fepliSii,iiip...

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A CURIOUS RACING ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

* ? — _t i A case of much interest to borseowucrs w as J-e fore the Wacanniasmali debts court ou Mondaj last when Thomas Byrj b, licensee of the Royal Hotel, Wjilcannia, sue-* |id«ard Bulwer Lytou Dickens, as hon «ee of 1 e Wilcannia, Jockey Club torarover£8asentranc- ind acceptance fee for his two horses, Yule and'- D yrell, -for the Members' Plate, ran at the Wilcan. a Jockey Club's annual meeting in April last T:eplea was 'never in debtedi-' TheailainfcifPt .-.is« wantliat^W ««. cbr. tingtliroughout the day - ' the races was Lite, His ;horse, Yule ran in .the , '.rilcannia Jockey Club Handicap, the tliird race -Sd was entered ' for' the next event, the MemberV. 'late. The starter, H. E. Brougliani, 'of Ivan1.: i, whom the plaintiff chargcl widi incompetent .sent- away : OheiDou, the only horse at the pos' o a walk over without allowing the same intervr. ' Setween We' Handicap and the Member's Plate :?. ?, was provided on the printed programme aud~a' gi-tisemeot-^ In conse quence'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

Dmvens, , Teamsters; Travellers and 'the Public, GENERAL STORES, ' DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES . .. MORSE FEED AT GILBERT HEf^ERSOflrS BRIDGE STORE. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLER^; AIL mUCLES HAHUFfle^fiH) MID BEPAWED 01 TOE TOEMISES. Watches, Clocks, Brooches, Earrings, &c.3 , AJLTV^A.YS O3ST HAJSTD At T the Lowest Sychiey Rates. POST OFFICE HOTEL, H: NAWJf, Proprietor fjlRAyELLERS, drovere, and the general public $£_ will-find every convenience at the above hotel, 'combined 'with civOity and attention. ~ , I Allinforma on' as to stock Iroads always '? „ oibtaanable. j ? -. |- Cood secure paddock, well jgrassed^ and watered ?n. r^rojB^/so^^bj. AUCTIONEERS AND SHABE BROKERS : Stock; Station, ^onurarding/Coaftiuiif | /Syid'G-eneral CoTnmis^on'^ge^ibJ rPB^or Sale, HofeV^lttafeet/Wuici^; Shops, Land, HoceeSj JBugg^es, Harness, s,nd Sharesia jGold, Silyer, imd'-Copper SyntlicaSes/ Account Sales; and foflier Business prompflyijat tendea^o.' . '?-J-,' - *= ?rJs*- OFMCES MEXT COBAR H...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

y ? ? ' ? — ? T ? I ? PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald Office, Fjjxday Evzronj. J he weather still continues drj, with cool pleasant mornings, inclining to ,frost.- and cold evenings. Yesterday at mid-day and throughout the' after noon, it was quite warm w ithout any indication of a change. Our Barringun corresponrlentadvises the follow iog passings:— June 22—700 £at cattle, mixed sexes, owners Mes**s M'Lean, barker, and Coy., from North Coi.ioi.gan Station, bound for Melbourne, Walter Waite in charge. June 26— 600 fat cattle. owners Messrs. Wlii-^us Bros., from Bierbauk Station, -bound WWodnnga, W. Canning in charge. 1 000 fat bullocks, Mr. John Ofecer o.raer, from Humeburn,- for Wodonga, William Officer in' charge. Juno 28 — iCOB^ store cattle, mired eei.es,' from Lannavk station, owners Messrs. Mackay, Neville, Rolfe, d,ud Coy., bound for Muswellbrook, viaJSien-irrind. J. Ahearn in change. ' At Tliaigoniindd.il, says the Herald, the weather continues fine, but very cold. The ...

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BREWARRINA [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

» ? - . if-. I IjrewaSrina: h ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) WlTK the coming week will commence the one an nual fete of iwjh^^iBrcwarrii^Vinaybe,- and^i*,, justly proud! ft '-The' prime iattiactiou is lof coursei supposad to be the bhow, which will manopolizi Monday and Tuesday, and promises byiheenbies ftlready received to surpass auy of its predecessorc Following this, the Jockey Club hay* announced a, programme *fc$r Wednesday and Thureday, and it 1b quite on the board that an ' off day' will encceed whilst Saturday is to be devoted to a cricket match in which the representatives of the town will tsy conclusions with those who .hail from the district. The Show ball will also be a feature o£_the .week, J and besides this a similar niglite arausement ns bb--l ing organized by the^SEIpspital; Authorities, wh*, .SujJgingby^U^couiits are not only likely to au; ' men t the funds' of that laudable imtitution, buta^l the same time to afford the pleasures always 'a' ' tendent nppn . a su...

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J. ANDERSON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

J. -MTDEBSON & CO. Report for week ending 29th inst : — We have sold (in conjunction with other agents) 709 Augustus Dovms bullocks,, for 'the' Carandotta Pastoral Company, Limited- 40 fe,t cattle, for Mr. W. K* McMillan; 16 cows .for Mr. J.MUler ; 1330 fat wethers for Messrs. Lindsay Bros., Charlton ; and 14 horses 'jFor various -owners. We have crucKea to Melbourne, via Albnry, 252 Mount Cornish fat 'bullocks, 'consigned to Messrs. A. S.' King and -Co,, Homebush-; SI Mount Cornish bullocks, consigned to Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery ; and 300 JJbcatunga cows, consigned t6 Messrs. J. iseds and Co.

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BOURKE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 25th. (Before C. McA. King Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

'.* ' BOTTEKE POLICE COURT (Before C. McA. Kine, Esq. P.iL) .lamas Steward, charged with drunkenness, was] -jdisch«^od.-rr ? ...... .... _ -j James Empson, for similar offence, was fined 5b. 1 Francis Hjirtridge, .appeared, .charged widi being of unsound naindJfenS' was remanded to ? 3rd -July * for medical treatment ^' y&oWClare; Similar oOence, Avas also remanded '? Jill same date ?? -- -H 'Thobsday, 28th Juki Fred M. Creed, charged w ith drunkenness and unbus ^riving, ^rae^ned Ss-_;or 24 hours .foi the, SrsEofience % SniS jSQs^or one month ; on r.the second^ charge. Fines paid in each case. 1 Fbtoav, 29xh Jdve. i The only case before the Court were two drunks i Patrick Fagan and Richard Walsh, tach fined Ss. ' or 24 hours imprisonment. Fines paid. Two wages cases occupied roe attention of the Bench on the 28th instant George Reynolds v. J L. Parsons^/claiin ^£1 Is. Case dismissed. William ^nn^'^.^oohS^Jillair,':-;'-!laim;. '£& Ss.j -wages $as; drover. Decree for a...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT; SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. * [by tei^graph.1 FBOMTITT, SOX, AND BASGERT. Svdnev, June 28. 9300 sheep penned to-day ; market firmer, especially for best qualify. We sold 3000, including 2000 WalhaHow wefchera/lls 2a to Us 8d;' W. F. Gordon's Manar wethers, 10s lOd; the lambs, 9s 3d ; R Brat's Winderradeen lambs (tops) 10s 9d ; the seconds, 9s 4d, etc. 1030 cattle yarded ; market' closed weaker. We sold 260, including ' 83 bullocks, E. Keys, from the Hunter, ,£6 10s ; SI Mount-Cornish bullocks, £6 9s ; 20 bullocks, Ihrosbjrs, £6 8s; and Bradford's bullocks £6 12s ; the cows £5 7b.

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MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

MUNICIPAL, COUNCIL MEETING WEDNESDAY, JUNE HI. 1888. Present': --thc Mayori -Mr^H; DanieU). in the chair y Aldermen Gray, 'Roche, Bloxliam. Donohoe, Morrison, and Hardwick. . - ' Thesninrites of' the previous meeting were wad and confirmed. 8 ' J ? - i... '? CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was readjrom Mr JJonnau , Self- , nota fyiuj; his intended arrt^W^ioui-kelon 27th Juue. On tl-e motion of Alderman Gray^it was nbolved that the plans of the present works W' abtained i« order that Mr.- Solfe be offered an opportunity of inspecting them. Mr.\ F. A. Morgan, on behalf, of the Municipal Ajssocikttori.N'ivAte flu' regard 'to a-iiy-law Tor promoiang processions. There was no oy-laiv that tlealt with the /question. From £he Department of Works, re the i»c#ni plete state of the Post Office, intimating that at presenfc^notuin^'icouia be done iu the matter ; but that-£2000-had be*n-placed ou the estimates. gv, £fcntxaj^ryXurnbull Jvrote intimating that lie trgnld vompleteibiB Eon&act in a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

FOBT OFK«I CHAMBEBS, OPPOSITE THE G POST Cx6n6F8il Iniuliy A^Bfit-vjf ?? :?-,. ??????. ?'?'CloifieiswWiilis1;-- ?'''.??'? '??'?? .-;-;: thankfully acknowledges the great anu'Juni-or'sup- ,; port which has beem accorded him for tuui-y-yeaxB'-.' * « l-ast brought abontfby an aimo1iVuW%ying oorta-.t iuvestiigatione -that ;faave beau placedjn-j: n» hands. ' \'' ? ?*?'-& ?|wv-t'i;,-' ^??;.k;i-.'ii,' ??;??, .^-' !;-,i. '?$; tn3 matters pertairi ing to ^cEecl^iastic^^nrt,,: Mr. CUBI^^i^*fenV^n^j^:e^JS9^^mlaB5 \f the discovery1©! Hghtfelclaiinanfe/^iod^l'Wrf-1; J ascertained. - It no' nh frequently happens that '- assistance ; Is . required. .gbV ;|Boro^nSiiVi6ie Shape «*i ' ' ' ' sdl&alyji^^ We niost 4jns^^ririg teffifideriee;3a:nd thescatiTyiDg' tsA^v1- SACREtf:eHAlitA*Gi^^ The Advertiser lias condiietea this business foi bas passed ^f S^&lp^M^i'misr&i^ | »w fconth Wales,'Ma*i3uiinKilihai long1 peijpa has enjoyed, ?^ear^Hjav^y^r^ ttie confideuce .otfSfiifi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

Tiie undersigned begs to announce that he Is 119V If mining a Cab between BOUKKE ANDIWEST BOURKE to catch both the ' \ In cV Out Trails »ii-? also at all hours about town'.' *?'=?'? . T. * A. WILLOTJUHBY. JK.. 3F. JRrfefMl. REPRESENTING j - * - HAGO5T BAGS,, 150, 4»ITT-STREET, SYDNjBY TTISITS BOUKKE every tew months, with aw f . extensive assortment of Patterns of the latest designs and Novelties in Suetxkgs, Coatings .and Tbousebings. GENTLEMEN farouring-him with their orders will admit that for Cut, Fit, Stsxts and Fimsii, and moderate prices, Bagon Bbos., cannot be ex celled.. T HE DUBBO LIBERAL AND 3IACQUA&IM A&VOCATJ2, PUBLISHED EVEBY ' WEDNESDAY & SATHR&AY, 'LIBERAL' PRINTING WORKS, WINGEWAERA-ST-, DUBBO T£«IV1S OF SUBSGRI /?TJTON , PER QUARTER, in Advance...- j, ... j6s. -» -r, Booked ...*?''' '.?.' 7s'. ADVERTISING 'itATMS. ^'irst Inch ...^ ... ' ... '''/,/ 3s. Each Succeeding Inch ? ?-, r..^,. Is. J.B, WOOD AND COMPANY ''?'late* ** ' Wood* an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

Commercial ' f§m%ing : Company I *,..,?? - M$H^ney. ? ' ... '??; '. : ;IV;'H - --Jt-Sl--'^S '?-:.»:'.. ...'';.- ...?'?':????..?''-??.' -'?-. ': '.'' '?:':'. ' -JC«teblUhed 3834; Incorporated 1848. C«(-Hh1 £600,000. . Beserre Fund £600,000. Brc-rvr for Eiju:tlieaUoo of Dividenas£135,000. Bourke Branch,^O|eiafed I86&.) ? ?-,--' -if(io;vj.i^.'i\.'-»^-..'iHi ?? ?? ; -;r. : DUSPOSI-rS rtwiyed onr -jsujciBntaccounts j Interest n'.JorfeJ oii^Jjxjfd jieliJOBits %t ;?, current rates ; tftjfe (Hecoiintrd ^^bequefciittWd 'orders collected ; . ? ?;: !;^'a|E||«Ug*^ ??:'?, ' . ? »r 'Manager Bourse Branch. '* ? i_ — ^- — :, .*'-'. ?;::;;:?;'. '.,'.. -:; ; .' ,- — ? —';.':. . - ?* ! The ^|^i^^oi||:4;|S|opk;[B&nk. - ( iv'^ ' .^-rUi^M/*^ ';, T;rJ(i.^ /..,?;,«-) ^/l--;-: ???' -.Australia. .. ? ,^v---'-: :?; Coital paid up; Oiwmitm Sterling ? ?;^K-fe'^.-:ek^.w;xiv-v;-.- r\: ;,-- , MaiiBgor. ;l ?'' ''?'^'S^KM^'lSfti.--''''-:'-.'1, ???????;;???' fe « ' and South Australia, ? ? .' .:. r-^....

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VII. CHAPTER. II. CONTINUED. THE MYSTERY DEEPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

[?] BX THE ATTTHOE OF °Mt Lu-Y COQTTTSTTE.' BOOK VII. GHAPTtR If. COMTISTJED. TJIE MTSTEHY BKEPEKS. ' Too err is human, To forgive deriue I',— Pope. '* JSh bien, M'*nsi-ur Sil a;-.*3 J.-M2^ied Saoul, *'it cannot tip !iel;':-d no*. You must get over disappoint mri't as I do Surely you would not -comisa] me tn act in any other way, nwild you ?' ' ' I don't know ; I am not going to' commit myself, monsieur -, but I pt»e jrou are im patient to be off. Well ua revoir for the . present- D-» you «tay in Paris, or are you bound tor the antipodes again immediately i ' I am only in Parife for two days,' eaid Raoul. ' H you iteed me you know my address — Hot«'l Maurice, as usual. Now X must leave you ; I have more business tban enough to attend to in the next fourand twenty hours.' ' Xou will let me know where to communi cate with you?' said Monsieur Silvain, as he bowed the youn-r count out of his private room. ' Ce«tainly,' was the ready answer, 'and, once more let me impress upon you theje ...

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