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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
NEWS' IK BRIEF. ~ The Queensland footballers played IS members of the juniorfootball clubs on the Association Cnck°t Ground on Tuesday. Queensland won by 9 points to 6. The shearing difficulty in the west appears to ]iL_i-e been satibf^otory arranged, by ihe men iieceyt i-sg 20s per 190 r4ieep. hi the Wa'iJi ] a district, during the las.fc muntfi I' ?»' bave ii J t.^yed 8212 kangaroos, 21.252 sorub nail -by, 583 ' lock wallaby, 1583 padunellons ami T ie second reading of the Parliamentary Repre srnt-itivas Allowauce Bill, which was moved in the 1/jJis.lative Council on Tuesday 'by Mr Salomons, v as negitaved on the voices. The Comte de Paris has issued a manifesto to the Royalist Mayors throughout France condemn ing the Republic, and asserting that a durable -j i.-crnnieut -. jlu only be established by the restor ation of the monarchical system The police authorities have seized the manifesto. Mr. Cecil Rhodes, of Cage Town, gave £'] 0,003 tow-u ds the Parnellite funds on learning t...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
LOCAL AND GENERAL lx will be seen hy .an advertisement elsewhere the lovers of good norcemanship aiv likely to bave atreat.to-morrow^jnorning at 10 45 sharp at Colles' LtveryStables. ' ^Chat well known rider Jim Le-3- ger^rood iiaving inade a match for £5 aside. RiNKENand Bloxham-»11 attention to their sales to be Ixeld to-morrow comprising a horse sale at Col less1 'Livery Stsbles at il a m. Sale of poultry and eggs at iheir xuomsaHialf past twelve, and noise sale at their own yards at half past two. The ' Liberal' Country party of the Victorian Assembly lias resolved to invite the protectionist members sitting beiiinil the Government to a meet ing to consider the tariff proposals. ? We bave received a, copy of Martins Homeund Farm for July, which is, as usual, replete with a variety of interesting items, peculiarly adapted to the use of farmers and graziers. Air unusually lengthy telegraphic communication is published in this morning's Wesioii Herald. It contains quite a variety «...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
. , , WEIi'S, HAIR BAiatiiL - ^Ifgray/iestores to original colour. An elegant ^dressing, jsoftens find beautifies. JSo ml nor grease A tonic restorative. Stops hair coming ouc, stren. tghens cleanses, heals scalps. -''' f 'BOUGH ONl'ATJfflEH corrects pffen^ive^dors at jonce. -Complete enra of _worst chronic cases; uneouilled as gargle for dip- i leria, 'sorc'throat, foul breath.
SHOCKING SUICIDE NEAR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
SHOOEJ^^ SI/ WIDE JSEAB MEL . BO&R3STE. - Qn Ikesday jbhe driver *»f -the 6 30 train from St, Kilda to Melbourne reported that he had notice i a dark'objectjon'lheihie&'quarter-ofa mile on the south side(«f the Albert IWk station. A porter 'was .sent jbo see -what the object was. He found the lueadless'trnnk of Era Charlotte Elworthy, daugh ter of. James 'Elworthp of Port Melbourne The body was lying face downwards, and the clothes were -vuvcieii wiun uc-jtvy uiku iiiere were no signs of violence or of a struggle having taken place, .and death must have been instantaneous. The deceased was 22 years of age. About 10 o'clock on Monday night,' wjient3ie family retired, she bade them good, night in the usual manner, and was net eeenalive -again. JSb one heard her leave the, house. . tjn Tuesday morning she was missed, and it yaas found that her hed was not slept in. An in Juest was held on Tuesday ,afternnon, and the jury returned a verdict of suicide. Some months ago a ...
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
HJ0MEBUSH STOCK SALES. | Ibt telegeaeh.] FB |J0M PITT, SOX, AND BADGEET. t Sydney, July 19. iOO shr^ep penned to-day. Market unaltered t pririae, but a shade weaker for inferior. We -ld 2 U0O, including Cunningham's Ilanyon ether s, LOs 6d to 10s 84 % Sonally Bros1, coss eds, ' 10s lid; the seconds 10s 3d; a draft of res Jfor -our Nyngan agents at LOs ; the lambs s fid, etc. 1150 cattle yarded. Market over -pT 'v% and prices a shade easier. We sold ting Wood and Ferguson's Coorabulka i6 6s ; th^j^co^;, 43 Is ; and Key's .UockB, t6Ss 6oj ''-.- '
No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
Despite assurances to the contrary and the production in the Assembly of a doctor's cer tificate pointing oat the serious indisposition of the Hoh. Thos. Gabbstt, public opinion lias at length prevailed, and the lion, gentle man has been induced to resign his position as Minister 'for Lands. This will be wel come news for the country At large, for with all nis many 5good qualities and his known ability, the position has been for some time past a sort of headless afiair. The question now arises : ' Wno Is the coining man ?' It is open to-question whether, In the existing state of paitiesjin the House, a thoroughly efficient anaS painstaking man could be in duced to join his fortunes -with the present so-called Freetrade 'WQniBtry. It will at once be eonc©l»l by aall — whether Protec tionists or 3£reetraders— that the position of Lands IVlinister is %he most important one at thejSisposalof any ^Ministry. This being so, the one great excuse made by Sib Hbnbt Pabkes for including GAfiEE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
WESTERN IRONMONGERY C0-3 WHOLESALE & BKTAH. ironmongers and Grocers, ILBERT'SiBDILDLUfGS, OXtEY-ST, BOTJJ5t3S:E, Execute Orders at Lowest Prices. Ageis&es t — Hapsburg Pianos. Wcrtheim Sewing Machines. Standard Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Lien Fire Insurance Co, - ' E&LEIG«fjBjiKEN & 00., STOCK. STATION, * FOBWARDIISTG AGENTS, - * Bourke. TRXJCKING'OP FAT SXOCK ATTENDED TO. HeadOffice: Melbourne. PE-EM1X FIRE OFFICE. - OF ?X.ONDOIsr. .EST^BLSHBD 1782. Losses .Paid Exceed ,,.. , ... £16,000,000 AlOsTTAL ISOOME fexCEEDS ... 900,000 * InBnrance3 effected on all classes , of build ? jugs and their coat? as at lowest rates. - Claims Pjwmptlt a»j» JjtBSBAuar Settled. ^ W. H/ Mackenzie,*; Co. Local H&mr, OBNEBAt AGia»TS, 'B0URKE. I (OPPOSITE JESTATE&BS&d* HOTEL,£ OVfiRNME^T MEDICAL OFFICER / JtiSp SUEGEOH .'o tiie Bourke HosjjitaVandCraol ; formerly Senior' House _3ghyeiciau, and iauely Senior House -Surgeon, Melbourne Hospital. ? C...
ANOTHER ANARCHIST PLOT. London, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 21 July 1888
ANOTHER ANARCHIST PLOT. London. -July 19: ; v ' An 'anarch istt plot Jias t»ecn discovered ;,in Ciiicago to avenge the execution of those -wlio' were hanged some lime ago. Tlie ;iutention was to kill several j.oflicjals^ and demolish 'so'iiia p'ubliohuHdiojiss : *,Sever4l*Lr»-ests .li'ave'' c been made iu '«»nii«sciioil/-Wf)^|i^^ri)i^1r;;. iorsof the scheme. -; ^v* V'.;, /' * v:' ,'. - '
THE GREELY-LINCOLN CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888
PONDENm. : .The following extraordinary letter .... was wri itm by Horace Greely to Pres idea t Lin coln after the. battle of Bull Rub, aiid is printed for the first time iu the Lincoln Life id' the June Genluryl It will beremern bered ( iliat before the bottle , Jlr. (xreely . ha-i kept a standing headline in his jjapeiVTT-ttTging fc)-e armies .' Jjerward1 itoH:cn.moiia— r or wara to Richmond': kI2?ew York, Monday, July ^ ^ 1861, Midnighti-^Dear Sir ?: -'.^lis.jjs^tnJV Z seventh sleepless pight— yours, , too, doubtT leBS— yet I think 1 shall not die, because tit have no right ito die. ' I must struggle to g live, however, Btterly. But to business 'You are not considered a great man, f and X am a liopelessly broken one.- ¥ou are nowi j. undergoing a terrible ©deal, ; and1 !Gnpd has thrown .the gravestilresponsibiiitles uppn^yb'u.^ ; ?; Do not fear to meet them. Can the; rebels' be beaten after aH thai; has occurred, 'and In view of the acl^al state of feeliog caused by r «ur late aw...