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

%ATCmtAWF,R AND JEWELLER {OEPOSIIE TATIEfiBi.1,1,'6), i/.' Notifies tlxat having just returned from withappleudid assortment of 'lie1 has determined io «eli at l sfffflgfr RATES. (Opposite Tat's.) ESTABLISHED 1873. tinsmith:, fialvanic Batteries made and

Publication Title: Western Herald
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WOOL MARRET. London. June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

WOOL JOARRttT London. June 28. ' Tlier£ is adecidedly^befcter!spiritln the wool market, The excellent' selection of New Zealand wool realiseSlSrm jtrlces - ;

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CORRESPONDENCE OUR MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

COHEEPSONBENCE OUR MEJSBEKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'WESTERN HERALD.' Sir, — As the end of the session is now evidently approaching, and we may expect ' our members' to visit us shortly, it may be of interest to the electors whom, they will address to have a brief _--; i retuine of the work done by each. Of course some /' ' ^p short speeches imade, and votes recorded on minor '*'' diid unimportant topics, may have escaped my notice, l»ut I believe the following epitome fairly ' ?# well expresses the work done during the present * session in fartiatneat : — Our senior member, Mr. Thomas WaddelL — The first time I note hw name is when, on October 5th, 1887, he gave a silent vote in favor of Mr. Fletcher's motion affirming the desirability of introducing the principle of payment of members, which was carried. He was absent from the division on Octobei 10th, when Sir. Garvan's motion declaring Sir H. Parkes' action in acting as Premier after his r -3lgnation of his seat for St Leonards to...

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PROPOSED NEW CABLES. London, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

PROPOSED NEW CABLES. ' London, June 28. ' Mr Pender lias liad an interview with Lord Kuntsford on the subject of alternative cable rouie to Austcalia, which it is proposed should join the JLustealianlelegraphic system at Perth, West Australia.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL By the bazaar held during last week the Prssby terianChurch will benefit te the extent of naarly £350, 'a. by no means bad result considerLrfg that the times are so generally ^voted *baxL' The .continued dry Weather ''is causing* much nn easiness to fruitgrowers in Parramatta and the Western 'District generally. -Sharp frosts night and morning are generally prevalent. A -man named James Turner dropped dead whilst working in a claim at Lewis Ponds, near Orange. The Oddfellow's Ball, held on Thursday evenins-last, passed '«fF in a most successful man ner, ^t was field in -Deignan's Sail, which had been tastefully pirated for the occasion under the direction of Messrs. Bagwell and Kohland, mem bers of the order, who displayed great taste in their arrangement of the Oddfellows regalia, mottoes, eta There were some thirty couples present, and all entered wirh zestinto the enjoyment of the evening, and dancing was kept up to the early morn. 'The catering was'underthe 'su...

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

ROYAL EXCHANCfe H^TEL MEDCHEI& STREET/fcOTJRKE* ? t - WAIjTEKF'&Y, Proprietor, , fjlHXS well-known Hotel, is replete with «very 1 modern convenience, and liasfeeen. re-furnished throughout. DIVERT AND BAIT STABLES A Well Appointed Billiard-Boom. j choice iCuisnsi;. LEDfitoPfifioTEL. ONTHE „ i ENNGONI& BREWARRINA ROAD. . rnfiAVEELERS and lolicnr&iia ihe general pub J. lie will find every convenience, both for tfiein aelves aihi Horses, at the iabov# 'well-known lioteL Attached to *he hotel iba store containing a e*m -olefce assortment of all requisltesf or the road. ? Good seeuretpaddodk 4oft&«£t(n-2ajn-se of*rrasg«t mater. ' 'None tout the 'best of 'liquors is the bar. H. TOK^EE. ' ? V * '. i' *, * S Proprietor, *'' i * - ? ' ? \ * i ' ' '?? r UISTlp MDDLEEOlPOTr ti, P. MOXHAM, SADBDLE AND HARNESS MAKER aiCTGBCEr.X.-STIfEET, BOPEKE. . (Next;i?ich»nge Hot*!.) N.K.— Awardpd Fint Prize f«r Sh^JI^ci at lie txisrke Pastoral Show 1887. J. ROCHE, BAK...

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

x FOR SA.m' THE Boyal Hotel, wiifc Billiard Boom Attached t .Occupying Central Apaitaoajn .Wanaaring ** ' ' Ap5y to w.'s. goode; ' FOB,SA£E~ Z ! TEDS best Shaughal^uggy ever built iiftJonrilsy suitable £or^2JDr^l:1iors«s ^-filfio, l-CaiE»Hon« Waggonette, and t*\eral Boubletnd jingle 'Snl iecsat \ '? ^ ' ' : - - - v ROBINSON'S COACH FACTORY. NOTICE is hereby given tliat the nn3ersigne3 wai*e*ntennginto Partnership's Butchet^ &c, from tiic 1st of July taext tn'theTremises'now1 occupied by H W. SH \ W & CO , under the style or finn of SHAW & WARMOLL ^ ~ All dsbts -due to aud owing by .the, said H. W. SHAW &XX) , will be received ana paid T-y the undersigned. BL W. SHAW; CHAS, B.: WARMOLL. , Fifty Pounds (£50) fieward. ?.- THJE abo\ e rewarjil anil Repaid bo ^anyone^ virig i information iJiat will lead jfcp the conviction -of any person or persons stealing cattle branded SUO 'on off Tump ALFfiEDJ COTTER, SHEARING »?'- - ^ * **? * ^ » i *i-t i SHEARING wan...

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

MEDICAL SALL,, BOURKE, OPPOSEDE TATATERBLL'S HOTEL) GOT^SNMSNT MEDICAL OFFICER 0*D SUSGEON To &e -Sourke JJIospitai^aia GaxA^ formerly Senior . - Bouse PhysicL;n- ?an* .lately Senior Hougg Surgeon, Melbourne hospital. Con«uliaiionsi-yietfceror personally. Medicines.) forwarded to «ll,part8of Jhe Colonies.

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WILKINSON & LACENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

WIKKffiSOIT & LATENDEE. '' ?, Sydney, Hay, Wagga Wagga, and Bourke report. ? — Eat cattle. vt546 rcatfle. were yarded^jn Mon day and 718 i»-day. On Monday the' market '-vras^Very bnsk,'Jand prices adx-anced fully X5s per head, and to-day a further rise of lOsper bead took place on «alf but inferior quality.' Quotations— Primeb'uliocks; fy.lOs to £8 ; £ood, ' 'aE6 5sto £6 15s, 'others: ^5 to £5 10s; cows at proportionate rates. Fa.. Jjlves. — Market^sfill ' ' lighiiy^BuppTied ^and^liigh prices rnlingt 'JFat Sheep.— 13,285 -jame forward (Oa'Monday^^akd a2,092*o-day{3Siursaay), -ma^ng 25,377;f or tnfe week. The market remained firm -.for all but inferior sorts, and prices wen iunaltepeatfor any-* thing good. 'Quotations — :PrimemeHno wiethers, 10s 6d toils 6d ? good, «s*o9s«d ; medium^nd inferior, 5s'6dto'7e. 'W«~eold250 wethers for ' W. Small, from «s'4d to «s«d3 200 weaieratand ewe» for -J. H. Burchei, to 10s* ; also outside 3000 fat aethers for H -3rl* Armstrong, 'anfl '5500...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

Af ihe Present Parliamentary 'Session is drawing nea'r to & close ' it is only' iiatural that the question shoidd be asked as to what work has been transacted, and how much Ijetter toe country can claim to. lie,, as the ^ul^oftts efejrts. To any query iipon this score must be returned a painfully humiliat ing {answer. .Although some few additions have been made *p tiie fct»tute .books of the colony, the long protracted session lias been .almost barren, as far as tfehspecial sobject for which it'aisemjbled^ai^ poncerned. It is^ needlessto remuiia our readers that those* objects were primarily t*-e amendment of the Land Act, the adjustment of the finances, and the passing of a measure to confer the 1 „?? powers, privileges, ^and responsibilities of local government upon the country generally. How in all these a signal failure has ensued is beyond debate, though it may not be quite as easy to dispose of the question as to which side of the House is entitled -to the most blame i...

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

STOCK $ S2J.T10N AGENTS NORWICH CHAMBERS;; v - * HUNTER STEBBT, SYDNEY. ADVANCES made on FaWnd Store Stock con . signed to us for 'Sale. Bi-weekly sales of fat stock at Homebush, and report of market furnished regularly 'on appli cation. PITT, SON, & BADGERY, (Limited.) SrOGK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN. OFFICE :— Pastoral Chambers, George Street SYDNEY. Account Sales rendered; and proceeds paid in Cash. Joseph LBeds and Ho./ SHEEP AND CATl'LE SALESMEN'. 9 Bank Chambers Jamieson-st , SIDNEY. Sales of Fst Stock at Homeb'jah Yards - MONDAY & THUESDAY.., Sales oE Fat Stock at Corporation Yar3s— WEDNESDAY and 3PEID AY., STATIONS AT THE EXCHANGE. Loans Negotiated: Supplies Purchased end Forwarded. Splendid Accommodation for Stock at Home bush, and all Kail way Stations. AGENCIES ALIijOYER THE COLONIES. 'Sourke Agency — Messrs. Xn,Anderf on & Co PH(ENIX FIRE OFFICE. . OF LpiSTJDON. BSTABLSHED 1782. Losses Paid Exceed ? £16,000,000 Anntoi- Inc...

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. Sydney June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

JOSEPH 1EEDS AND CO., Sydney, Jane 28. 1930 cattle and 15,000 sheep yarded this week. The sheep market was fully Is firmer for best qualities, -which were in brisk demand, best wethers making to 14b 2d. We sold about 3000, including. Ellengroch wethers at9sSd; Perry's wethers, l'4s 2d; seconds' 12s 3d; Canowinara wethers, 10s 9d. Cattile market opened very brisk on Monday, when prices were 'fully 15s higher than last quotations, but to-day's sales were easier. We sold Smith's mobs of bullocks to £8 2s, averaging £6 10s 3d; Gardiner's Gobolion bullocks, £65s 7d; cows, £5 3s. ,

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MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

MESSES. GRIFFITHS ; AH9 W££VEB Report under date'Sydney, June 28:— 9000 sheep formed the supply at HomeDU&h to-day. Market opened brisk, and -continued so throughour a rise of fully M. per head. oXJlbs wethers Tealising 10s. 6d to 11s. We sold a small draft for Messrs. J. T, and EL' White, from Bando, as follows :— 10 ctossbreds at 15s., 312 merino wethese Us. 2d. to 11s. *7d. 1035 cattle yarded, the majority ? prims sorts. Jlarket opened easier, and closing sales shewed a fall of fully 10s' per head, Best beef 18s, to 19s. per lOOlbs.

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

lll&£al^_fc_£KICKET. mSfWE^^^^BNt^Lpudon, June 28. ?Kge'Ausiraliaiis commence^a-Mnatch on ^liaV against tlie North of England at ucbester The home team wUl be com idttenfarely of players from Notts and ncashire ™ match between the Australians and Nortb of England is being played amidst 'rTzzhne rain. The wickets fell very fest, ' Horn? team beingaUout for 93 The ?» ^bjiiis have 5 -out for ^5-J-these m J \k Hcwnndl, Trbtt^Sonher, Jarris and ckhaiD nother Eleven of England is to be played £S uiBt^aVf Gentlemen^ Scotland

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F. L, BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

F. I, BASKER. -WooL— Since my last report the news of'jthe' opening of the Jane-July series has *been re ceived. It is gratifying to note a general harden - Ing in values, especially on the -better classes. No sales have taken 'plaice here this week, but improved rates are expected on Monday next, when the usual fortnightly auctions will be held. Sheepskins in active request. Light f ull-woolled bring np -to.5£dj heavy, 4A. to4=id.j medium growth, 3£d to id ; short, 2£d to 3|dperlb. , i -Hides.— Owing Jco short supplies^ i£he mafcket brightened up on Friday and occasional sales _ -were effected at a farthing advance/'-jPrime ' heavies (stout) are worth! to' 3|fl ; ordinary heavies, Sgato 3|d ; medium,' '2^ to^d ; light, 3Jd to 3|d ; damaged, Id to 2Jd per lb. Tallow. — Home jxews IB again1 .rmsatilsfadtory, and it Is feared lower values wiUiiaveto beaccepted here. Best brands are worth about £18% dark or weakj £16 toil7-5s; -inferior, £14-to£15 lflB$er~Jon.^ Marsupials. — Kangaroo i...

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RUSSIA AND GERMANY. Sydney, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

RUSSIA ASTD GEBMATST. Sydney, ^T«ne^28 ^TheCzai of Russia ^ias Addressed a letter to feie*Emperdr William II, of Germany ex pressive of his warmest sympathy and thorough friendship. The German^ Emperor proceeds to St. I Petersbuiig in July on a visit to tlie Czar, whrn fetes of great splendor, will ^celebrate the occasion. He will -afterwards Visit the Emperor of Austria and the King of Italy.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

'(FROM OUR OWE CORRESPONDENT.) JSvdnev. June 29. There -were 1035 cattle yarded, and prices receded ?7s 64 per /head ,BestT-eef, 196j6d,per-1001bs. 1 -9370 sheep penned: ^Market firm.' - .Best 'merino -wethers to ,13s Sd.

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

.VftANNEt^T^NNEL Jjoadon, June 28 , ?, Channel Tunnel1 Bdl ^lias ^-een S m the House of Commons, i»

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THE PANAMA CANAL. London, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 30 June 1888

TiTE PANAMA CANA3L .~^-*t- f?^* 3»«id6na5*5ifi!28 tf^Jtiie lottery loan required for the lotion of the Panama Canal Jias been Bcribed. ?

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

MISSIONS. London,. June 28. At the International Conference on Mis sions Bishop Barry will open 'tlie discussion on the doctrinal standards:

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