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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

The action' just taken iy the lessees of 'Ker: ribuee holding, some particulars of which are published elsewhere, appears to' open up a 3mdd1e bourse in the two -opposing opinions -which at present render, an amicable solution trfthelahd 'question in .the West somewhat difficult. -TJniier the present Land Act the only tenure .held hy lessees over the resumed areas, 'is practically useless, being nothing more £han a wreeYLy one, whilst in opposition to this It will be remembered that one oi the -proposals put forward by- Mr. CKaerett .pitt ▼ided for *he resumed areas being incorpor ated 'with the leasehold where the minister deemed it expedient. ^.lii the former .(and existing) case the lessee undoubtedly suffers, ^whilst **he country -gains nothing «veii-i£ it does not lose bj Ms loss, whilst in the , latter case it was urged that the elasticity oi the powers sought to be placed in ministerial hands, would result in too large a proportion of the public estate being locked up, to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

Wl Jj.'^ 1UJ.11 HA1- V^l IE gray, restores 10 original colour. An elegant dressing, b I tens ami beautifies. Kc oil mr grease _A tonic restorative. Stops hair ecnnTng oiu. stren. tgiiens cleanses, heals scalp.,.

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AMERICA BY AN AMERICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

AMERICA BY AST AMERICAN: The following extracts from a lecture recently de livered in Sydney by Major Dane, the American lecturer should in a large measure correct the very erroneous impressions existing in the colonies regaiding America and its citizens : — Referring to these the lecturer said, ' all they asked of those who came was that they should be self-supporting. They could get all the people thev wanted at 4s per day, and at 5s they were flooded with them. That -was no place for a man ' to stand round ' and ask another to find him work. If a man coald not look after himself, no one else uould. Their millionaires were self-made men. If tradeb xinions had existed in his country when he was a l^y, he could never have stood before them to-day. Trades unions were great in the country now, but they ,would have to come to an end. A man must be allowed to say where he shall work, under what terms, and what he will work for. Of course there b'ad been strikes — strikes that had cost m...

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

J (eboh oitb own cobkespondent.) - * Sydney. Julv 24. ttle yarded ; prices lower, owing to the in snpply,^ Best liulloclw averaged S3 BEB * lljlOL-'^ep pemied ;J pjIm^ansroSred; ' Is per heaalower. ^~ ' ?C

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MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER Sydney, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

- - * MESSBS. GRHT3THS AND WEAVER Swlrmv. -Tulv 23. Beport-^891 cattle yarded at Homebush to-day. Slaritefc throughout .was dull and prices unaltered Aestfccef 19s per lOOlbs. 13400 sheep penned. Market 6d to Is lower. 501b wethers 9s to 9s 6d, , We sold .319 wethers, F, J. and S. White's -at 9s lid from ttando. 965 wethers for J. B. Bil liugton Is 6d., and 383 for same owner at 7s 8d to 8s, from Brindley Park.

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SEVERE FIGHTING AN THE SOUDAN. London, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

SEVERE FIGHTING *w thk SOUDAN. London, J uly 23. A severe engagement has taken place near Wadyhalfa between Dervishes and Colonel Woodhouse's detachment. The former were repul=ed wi iihea\y loss.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

BIRTH ROBINSON— At the Oxford Hotel, Bourke, on the 21st inst., the wife of Mr. W. Robinson of a son1 J . ' JlSO DARLING; .BIVEE ADVOCATE!. WEDNESDAY, 3ULT 25, 188S

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THE EMPEROR'S VISIT TO RUSSIA, London, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

THE EMPEROR'S VISIT TO RUSSIA, London. Julv 23. The German Emperor extends his stay with the Czar of Russia until Tuesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

WESTERN TSONiffiONGERY G0-s \ WBCOtESA.Lt & RETAIL Ironmongers and Grocers, ILBEBY'SlBUILDHfGS, Execute Orders at Lowest Prices. Agencies : — Hapsburg Pianos. Werfcheim Sewing Machines. Standard Fire and Marine lusurance Co. Lion Fire Insurance Co. RALEIGH, AITKEN & CO., STOGK, STATION, s -FQBWARDDvTG AGENTS, Bourke. TRUCKING OF FAT STOCK ATTENDED TO. HeadOfflce: Melbourne. PH4ENIX FIRE OFFICE. ^.EBTA^XiEHgEP, i7j32. , - Losses Paio Exceed ? £16,090,000 Axsuaz. Income Exceeds .. 900,000/ . Jtourakces*£ected on ^U glasses -»f build it ^ings jandtheirSsonteatsat lowest rates. t ^OlJUMs'pBOMPTLT AND;liIBEBAXX,T SETTLED. ^T - ( . / . JOH'f LAVESS, *' ,W. -H. ^Mackenzie &*Co. L'-c*Xi JLceitt, Z^ GEK£KAX- AUBKTS, r.j% *\- ,. B0UBKJS. * '' BOJTD lSTBEET, STDXET. ^(OPPOSITE TATATERSLTi'S HOTEL) DR. SID EiS, GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER AKD SHEGEON To the Tfoprke Hospital and Gaol ; formerly Senior 'Souse* Thysician, aud' lately Senior House JBurgeoa,' -SMboume ifospita...

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BARRINGUN. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18.1888. (Before Messrs. P. J. Gorman and G. E. Klaeby, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

BARRINGUN. (FBOM ODB OWS CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE CODBT. Wedxesdat, Jror 18. 1888. (Btfera Messrs. P. J. Uorman aud G-. IS. Klneby, J1*.!*.) William Ghas. Digby Bjpas, was chargeij with obtaining goods, etc., by means of fal^a pretences, viz., passing valueless cheque, at Cunnamulla. Const&ble Michael Murphy depose! to having j. warrant {produced) for*he juzest of accused, am] prayed for Ms remand to Cunnamulla. The prisoner was remandedaccoraingly. | Another prisoner, named Orahamj alias Carter, on a charge of horse-stealing, wasjeseorfced here ou Saturday, on remand to Cunnamulla. Both leave' here to-morrorr morning.

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MISCELLANEOUS. London, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

IvfiSC:£LLAJNEOU& . London, Julv 23. General Boulanger offered himself as a candidate for the Depavmeut of Ardeche, and -was defeated * j an oppo^i lonis by a large majority The American Tariff was carried by a .small majority of seven. The Sultan of Turkey has promised the Russian ambassador a special guarantee for the payment of 32 millions war indemnity. England has warned Turkey to s'op the erection of fortresses on the Persian frontier, this being regarded as a menace to British ships running on the Tigris. There are numerous applicants for the governorship of South Australia. Mrs. Gordon Baillie and her husband have been committed for trial on charges of fraud.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

WASTED COMPEIEKT WELL-SINKBR. Apply IT. BLOXffAM, Labor Evchansre. * CCOUNTANT and BOOK-KEEPER, twenty J\ inc years varied expeiience, is open for engagement. Original Testimonials with Editor of this pip r, confi l^atul. OWE NURSE GIBL&r towii ; three GENTSKAL SERVA3STTS for town ; one G^- JfERAL SERVANT for country ; a WOilAK' to jvork by the daj% Apply— ? SMITH & TOOHEY. Shearing* Notice. Q HEARING will commence at Milrov about the O Slh August. A. AKMSTRON43 4 CO. ??'heaving Notice. QHEARIN-i will cntnsipuce sit Moulton Plains 0 about the !5E-i J UODST next J. S. KIRKDJ', Manager. SLeariug ^Notice. CJHEAEINU will commence at Multagoois* on ? R. C. BELL Depai tinent of Lauds, Sydney, 10th July 1SSS. RABBIT NUISANCE ACT OF 1883. P-4.1 MEtJT OF SUBSIDY DISCONTISUIJ*. - TT is hereby notified for general information that 1 no payments under the 18th Section nt ri,«» aoovenamed Actwdlhe made to 'the owners of laud for expenses incurred after the -31st instant in the wo...

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OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

OOE POBKC. SCHOOI.. , -' On the 17th instant, a public meeting was held liere to consider ihe best step to l-e taken to raise funds to provide prizes foi the children attending j the public sschod her« Mr. Klaeby occupied ihe -cnau', and the attendance nae a fairly representa tive oun After some riisuti&bi'in it tcjis decided to ia augmitiej. uiinstiel entel taiumeut, ioid a number of th«wd p-cscit i«scl\ed to form themselves in*o a uoikinjj committee. Mr. Broidtoot was appointed hon. sec., and it was resolved to hold an entertain ment on Fi iday, 17th ^ ugusr. Some Glut, routine bosinebs ha\ ing been trans acted, ihe nveting closed with the customary vote cf t banks !-? tne oliainnaii.

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THE PAST SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE PAST SESSION. i BY A LOOKKH-ON.] Pabliamknt is prorogued at last. Every thing comes to an end sooner or later, even wrangling and recrimination. After the storm comes a calm, and in 'his instance the calm is so welcome that one is tempted to forger the hard, uncomfortable fact that lion, members are dispersing to their h»mes without having accomplished the work which they were summonsed to perform. I had almost written, without even made an honest effort to perform it. But we are glad to see their backs anyhow, and no one rejoices at the shutting up of the Macqnarie Street establishment more than the unhappy pressmen, who have l-een compelled not only to endure the torrent verbosity, but to re port it, to comment upon it,, and to advocate this, side or that side, when both sides were about equally unsatisfactory. Now there will, at least, be peace Of course I am aware that at this point I ought to bring in something about 'the silly seasou.' But honestly, I don't think this seas...

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TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOURKE PROTECTION UNION. PER FAVOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOURKE PRO TECTI0N UNION. TEB FAVOR OF THE ' WZSTERX HERALD.' Gentlemen, As a protectionist (though not a member of your Union) and one both wishing and predicting an ul timate success for the members of our joint fiscal creed, I take this opportunity of addressing you through public print, in the interest of that cause you have banded together to assist. The object of your Union is, I presume, amongst other things, to disseminate that information by means of which you hope to achieve your ends and by a judicious system of protection assist in the development and progress of this country. The wider you dissc- ? roinate knowledge and those views which have in duced the formation of your Union, the nearer you must be to the time when victory will light your banners, and the pauper labor of worn-out coun tries no longer snatch the bread from the mouths of y»ur fellow citizens. If you really believe in the views you profess, you can have no cause to suppress them, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. UNSELFISH PROTECTIONISTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

COEEESPONDENCE UNSELFISH PBOTECTIONLSTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' WKSTJCRS 11ER-\U).' '^^T^1 y°ur J*81 issue -'°»r CDrrcspondent unit somewhat satirically compliments the Hourke Protectionists ou buing ' uuselfisli.' We accept the compbment, aud cau assure ' Unit' that, laughable as it may seem, the real aims and motives of the Central Australian Protection Union a t unselfish and patriotic. However, we do not by auy means admit that Protection will, in the eml, do us all eood out here in i\\o W^r though the more immediate and substantial benefits Mill undoubtedly be felt further east I tliiuk one of the most Immediate benefite which we would derive would be the removal of a serious tax on the resources of the West, in the shape of thousands of penniless men seeking work from one town to the other — only to find it by ousting a former em ployee. These men have to live, aud are therefore compelled to draw on the pockets of their more fortunate fellow men for their ' pint o' l)onr and b...

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JUDGE WINDEYER AND MINISTER CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

JtmtiEWlffDEFEB AUD MINISTER ^ndgeWinaever3iatTfaUenioul'of the Minister for Justice,. JWr. Clarke, Epeaking in tiiie HonBe, allowed ^It to appear'ihatihe decision respecting some of the -crimjnai8 convicted for the Mount Rennie outrage wa? deferred owing tib the delay of the .Tudge in reportiixt; on certain minutes and papers forwarded tto bun. -- iTudge Winrieyer replies verj' effectively, jbjjBhowjng that tl;e papers referred to were a'tWiat verVtimein fhe ftUmster's ''xtossen 8ion, -and ^didpptTpach. their destination -till after the speec1i%a^^een^le1iverel .?=. It \amnol die £x jpecteil^hat A-jndeevl alltnen inilie world, «honld acquiesce tamely^Sn^aunnjust'accusaiaori, an9 In 'a case $f this sort) refutation was certain -ko follow prontntty. '^ ^ntiiobtinaking«ay^efleclion VmAIr. ClarivCj it 'niay^be Irjemaritedthat $he relations uetweeii sunistersTorsJosnceiana Hie judges are not,B37vjiile,-(f the most cordjjal character It can Inrdly1-e expected Niiat men ^educated tto a lo...

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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CHILDREN'S BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CHILDREN'S BANNER. Haiik ! whence comes that merry sboufc? Tis from the children, -going out For a picnic — come and see ? Their banner waving merrily, jpainet'that .banner, waved on high Old fogies raised a hue and cry. But the kids, delighted gaze Where their banner bravely waves With laugh and shout, they move along Singing out this joyful song. We are all on pleasure bent And seek for fun and merriment, Bun's and cakes in plenty, -we Will soon devour, then you will see ' Children^ sports, merry faces And a number of jgood races, So,' despite 'what 'said some sinners Prizes many, for the winners Betwixt us will'be (divided, Hush ye,?therefor, who derided. Homeward bound we march again, Cheerfully sing, -with might and main, And the^ banner goes before, Causing us to sing the more. For 'tis gay to look upon . It cheers the heart of all the throng Of children, homeward bound, Aud therefore does the air resound With blithesome our song and laughter gay As homev...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

MVWlOrpAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above took place on WednSesday last at the Council Chambers, when the following were present, Messrs. Daniell (mayor), Gray, '.Donohoe, JIardwick, Morrison and Hloxham. ?? The minutes having been read and confirmed, the following correspondence was dealt with. Application frbm Air. Donohoe for permission to crest norse rail iii front of his hotel, granted. Ap plication for extension of time for removal of their slaughter yards Toy Messrs. Shaw and VPormoll, granted, to 30th September next. Notification from the Secretary that the Hospital committee \vould accept the C-ouncil's offer to supply water at jJ'25 per annum, an'il a complaint from Mr. White Itorn as to stagnant '^ater in front of his premises, were received. A report from the 'JV'ater. Works Engineer was received, as to the waiter raised and fuel comsumed by the engine during the past fortnight. The quantity being 359,000 gals, in 12 days of 6J hours c-cb. ' ... . -. ...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK. VII. CHAPTER VII. [CONTINUED.] KEEPING FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

.rt'-n^.Ill.'tV*)M'.*. ^ [?] [?] [?] [?] \;^v;;:.lj!;ll/;-;-'^|orenfej|iW!^ v''yr.v-i:..:.v y^eUi ' as' ^iitMoi;| m^1 ^M^Mif0Og^!ir' deal of attention to initt^ uguttaL and.^^eful-of^iue in epite »bjecti|iKfcame;.|b»Mdl¥i;t«'f|i^poinr* 1 jtiieispiBe ??:,iQ3)Hrj- ;', vAi t:^. -pt»stl |.tnfe3ein3Uns^%i1 'inTeHt;'''-tfiat:* ? r/^**'t^e,-ifche,ijBtag*-; '.ibeca|iSH.:. i'ijf ;:$|as:|i!';fer..'io- suould 4o any-}iing vou iuhv iirpDepttBit ue-¥^;' ijind v»ei{EecliBi3vfin^jfeli!i3n'f'It;sTO^SpB*^6t-^i,; why should sbe'fciire^o little lor it unless, as ?-said apttfifclj't ,r,f .A-5=creat ^ud^Mobie''3iie' -^mtsy'i 48,;j5'.o jijpflg 5|JtiB iflilfeies i^i|^pa«Bin|!.iUje^:|ittre) .to;sulti'yont-;%-.s«rn ?inclina!tion.8:'';: yBv^iry.^heai?;1 ?Mtki '^dp^yyfiur/^s^'iqi-i^iei ;;0Apt ;iniaV^- aye -! dimmed imd sobered many of your anticipa tions, I caiifiot feut think the future will not seek vour-confideuc^f^ou have nb wist and Jet meiieljpr^^ .Jiis ;;,!i&keai'*«»o;Sb.«cJi. f ::*Souiy Jwronc...

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