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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

HICHA1L MO® AH. OVEKJLAiNP SUU-LBtt, BOURKE- ] BEG ?! to return Hian.,» to bi» cus-touvrs for their pmrmiKg- fur ti'it pa-i i-iglitf-«-n jnnnttip, o-i»'' trus'F lit fi -- - i-\'p jjri'e- jiuj stunt attention 'o bii-i«fi-a to hi r't 11 fuitfaei c mts nuance o' hp r JBL BEN N JB T Tudor Street, Bourke. Whoe'wrighi, Goaehbuiider Md General Blaoksmith H ' ORE of ail ,1-smpti us n-secut.d wist, d »? ** , nidi. »-id in a. ftoikm iniifc.e m*mif-r at n,oiii-iiH- pi ices. Timbsr- Timber. Timber MYALLMDNDIE Messrs. Joiiu E. Kelly and Sons BEG to inform Hieir cuainmprd and ai! p.*rs'r.* requiring C0LONIA.L PIXE TIMBER that Itiey li»vr for the past twelie (12) months been work8 ing undu- Ter\ great difiicultifs owing lo llie flooded condition of 'be roads between their niiile and the nearest lmlanj station. . They have now, liowpTer, at considerable cost, put in a railway siding to tlie m:ll, ami blio.ll in future be able to promptly execute all f-rd-r8 PRICE LKT.— Ver hundred feel full, BouHto...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

r'~J ^mOKH)XlK»Vni OgBBXSPOVDKST^ r\ «, . . .. .*. .X ' - - . Syaney.artilF27 ^ oCattie. -^-^ead' jard^;f ancipjOly.. jnediam v ^nalitie£ ^Bes ^brisk. , 'Sheep^-il,O80 »h*ep -^'^enneligy/x^^nalteiieaia;^ c -. ^_ j

Publication Title: Western Herald
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J. ANDERSON AND CO'S (BOURKE) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

J. ANDEHSOX iKDCO's (BOUBKK) Report, for the week ending 26th' inst. We have sold in conjunction vvith other agents, 1200 mtied cattle aud* 700 bullocks for Mr J Cavanough, Rookwood ;_ 1000 bullocks .for Mr. J. Officer; : jHuineburn ; 4S3 do for Messrs. Warne and Scott, Morney Plains , 4000 wethers . foe Messr*. Sullivan Bros , Cowga ; 24horsesfor die -Garondotta Pastoral 'Company 'We have trucked 72 fat 'bullocks to SEomebnsh inm M punt: Marlcw Station ; 56 fo^cattie . 4» -Jlome- ? bush, from Ardock StatuMr^ consigned to Pitt, y Sonj and JBa3gery Afli^Sat bullocks to Home bush fronrArdock^Eation, consigned to HOI, Clarke, and -3ojH}5 *fat cattle to Melbourne, from ArdockaraSonf 630 fat wethers to MeT' bourne, froj^TMackecwnra Station -;-consignedLio ^onghapby, feon, and Parker ^5 fat cattle -to »4IelbQnme rdfrpm^^rdock Station ;P4-30 fot . -w^arers^ MeTbourne.from'MackerworaBtation; VBoJiai, 'bullocks -*o Melbourne, from Mount y/'MarleWo consigned toft. Gibson and -3o We f have tle...

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RYAN & HAMMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

RTA.N & ilAMMOND. Melbounieand ISourke, report having sold. 1060 fat bullocks on the Paroo, 1000 store bullockB, 480 mixed fats; 500 fat bullocks in Northern ^Queensland, and completed delivery »f 4000 Valley *W lagoons bullocks'; 'also, having sold 6000 fat -wethers on the Darling.

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HUNGERFORD STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

Vt^StfeGKBtfOBDSTOCBLTASSINGS. v 19th.-Jjnly — 1020 store ^bullocks from Palparara ter Victoria, Say BrnsTiou'ners, 3. Al'Carteny -in charge.., £lst-^533 fat bullocks from^Kyabra for. Melbourne,* Peppin and lYetiber ^owners, W. .Mitchell in charge. Weather dry and -water ^ getting very 'fecarceT

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BRINDINGABBA STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

' ^RIKDIhGABBl STOCK PASSINGS. -?Che following are jrhe stock passing at- the above' place since the lOchjnstant. — 10th— 440 fate from Woun^llaJriM^or &ouifce, owners 3. and W. .-Chnsiaan, in charge of A. 'Grainger 11th -Joly — ?350fromAr3ochlor Bourke^ W. 'Ely «wner,- 3: CoTeman in -charge. 23th July— 5270 fate Salmon -*iUe to'^iourjte, Wr3V .^Richardson owner, I*. HopTans|in,charge. * 17* July —2000 .stores from %olip-fa^phacteri Towers, for Wodonga, -VJc.),, J. and^fT Clarke owners, 3a&. Hutson in charge. '^et^uly^350feb3frojn^fpdBy«tation*o Bourke, JE. W.^Siniytage owner, ^LMall in charge. 22nd ' iJrly^500lfeteifrom^yabwi|BlBtionijbo Pourke' i»€j3pin ,jand W«bSer 'owners, W. Mitchell in ^cha^el^SSrd^uly— 3513atBlromBetreat station: to Bourke, -J «ad W.-Chmtian ownersffi. Durkiny %i .charge ^ _ -,-*» -. ,„ y .

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

» T*s n possible. —That a ^remedy made^of .euch common, simple plants ae Lops, Buchu,. Mandrak, Xten3euon,-£tc,-?nakeBO.|nany and iuch jnarvel -oub and -wonderful cures as Dr Soules American ^Hop^itfcers^o? T.it^nnsti-e for when -fyouUg .and ?old-jichand poor, 'Pastor and Doctor, lawyer and «ditor,^ll*estify«o ;fcaving:been -cured by them, w« must fteheye -diem and doubtno 'longer. * * Posek & ^Gise^^^ivB^tiie^BMi^wiiomngBatJus work 1 Belu jaccupttionwhftt it may, he is equal Jbo any ~ cf^hose'wiiDfpllfiii-'^hesame^nEmiitin^gJleafsul ^lenness. JHejwjlldo more in £he--8Snie tune — lie ''^wUlSoit^efctEr-^JieWriUjejseTCrelonger One is ^pcarcely sensible of-£atigu3 while lie inarches to ^nnn»».y'j3Bie*^^y-ihiftajneyaid. ^ mate'tarmony -* ja^j^y^fenDlypjn their .spheres. WonSerous ps ^H^fgtrengtfa'of ♦dteerfnlnVasfi, -pUfotgether^jast oalcn ^ lationitBjpowers «f insurance. s Efforts, to be per °' SrnanPnny^bBetaUYiniist w|-e juniformly joyous — a ^^pir^aUfsunshine, gracefril from...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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THE SALVATION ARMY ON THE WAR PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE SALVJTIOS AJiMT ON TRE\ HA U PATH. ;! Aocokdjso- to announcements inade_in the a-lver- tising columns of the local papers and ^t-y flaming posters, a heavy detachment of die Salvation Army, under ihe command . of Major Barritt-, reached Bourke on Weiiucsday evening last by mail trim, having during the past fortnight visited various corps on ihe liue from Sydney to.this place. The company consisted of several Captains — male and female— aud made their first .appearance on the evening of their arrival (Wednesday) in 'full uni form. Deig'ian'.s Hall, which had been specially engaged by Captain Miller, of the Bourke corps, for the occasion of the Major's visit, was fairly filled during the evening, and the entertainment ^appeared to l-e fully appreciated, as was manifested by the ronud of applause which 'greeted one of the efforts of the songsters, with the result that the Major said that it must be fairly uiuicrstoo-l that they did wish the audience to applaud except at the proper ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

W ANTED COMPEIENT M'ELL-SI^KER. Apply HL BLOXH^M, Labor Exchange. 1-OCOUNTANT and BOOK-KEEPER, .'tftcnty :JjL fivc, years raiicd .ezpet-ieuce, is open for engagement. Original Testimonials nitli Editor of this pxjt r, couti deutiaL - ' . ONE NORSEGIRlrfor to\ni V thioc GENEK AL SERVANl'S for tov.u,; one GENERAL SERVANT for country ; a WOMAN to work by the day. Apply — ?.,..? SAOTH & TOOHEY. Shearing Notice. CjHEABING will commence at Milroy about tue P 8th August ...... ? A. ARMSTRONG & CO.' bjiearino- JN'otice. QHEARDJC will onirimencp. nt -Ionltoii l'laina |J a!x)ut tliu loth AUGUST next. J. S. KlRKUP, : Manager. Shearing i\otice. SHEARING wilt cojnmeuce at Multagoon* on HtliADGUST. — - ..:-? ?'???-??? -??? ??;-'?.' ? r:c. BELL; __________ ALL stray stock found iu the Moocnita paddocks after this date will be impounded without respect to oxmersuip. E.J. BARTON. Manager. NOTIGJ_r~^~ ' A -LL 'DROVEB.S arc required to give notice at ii- QUANTAM HONE HEAD STATION. m, M...

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THE EMPEROR'S TOUR. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE EMPERORS TOUR. London, July 26. The Emperor of Germany has arrived at Stockholm.

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CRICKET. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

CRTCKET. ?.'??- London, July 26. The match with Yorksliire has been post poned- The ground issaturated ivitli water.

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THE WAR IN AFRICA. London, July 26, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE WAR IN AFRICA: ; 1 London ' July 26, A force of Boers has invaded the Khainas territory, on the north-west frontier of the. 1 Transvaal, and had a severe engagements with the natives. ! ; The Imperial Government has instructed* Sir Hercules Robinson, as High Conunis-i sioner of South Africa; -'to intimate to the; Transvaal Executive that the countries from , the northern portion of Khauias to Zambesi Biver are under British influence. ' ' I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

Some of tJie 6tea«nEbip owners in Sydney i-clievc.* tliat should the maritime difficulty assume import ant proporfcidrs, tlie Auatralain; coal trade witli Hongkong will be almost' cut off, and it will Mhu obtained, from Japan. ? : The Victoria RiiaucSal Statement discloses^ a prosperous state of affaii's. ? The estJmmtoiTnveuiie lias been exceeded by, JBC39,--4S,. and tlie cxpendi

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RABBIT EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

ilABBJT KXTEUhlUiATim. A public trial of -the Torpedo Rabbit ^Exuinaior took place on the Show Grounds ou Saturday last. , A number of gentlemen uriasrcsted in'^tulvdestruc tiou of rabbits U'eicpreseut^^as^velljasr^eproseta tives of the press. The machine is''^^ simple. One part of it consists of aiijronjjipejqr-juiw of .55 inches in ?diameter, and three feet' iohg*. 'iine 'end of tbe pipe is .tapered offtQ.ip. . point ^jiiaU! enough to fit inside a uiece of liu. liose, 'and 'the other end : is open. - he otber part of Ihe^ luaohiiip;^ -a. piece of piping jusi;:largc euough':.1» envclope?Jihe first named {»rt. One end of this pipe is open «o that it-may be put over the first'pipe and tliejrithcr eiid is closed and fitted with a. yaive. The.iuachine; is', chargeiiby putting alt»rnate'iayers of Siay or 'dry' grass and inlplinr into the ?inside cylinder. The machine is then ready for tiee:' The papered 'e'ud or mouth of the machine is inBcrted into tiie Ijuitow and the «artb paclieS ?u...

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A HUGE RAFT. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

A HUGE RAFT. London, July 26. Another attempt is being made to Hoat an enormous raft constructed of thirty thou sand logs to go from Nova Scotia to New York-. ? ? ?;.;, ? . .-??? ;

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METHODIST ACTION ON THE IRISH QUESTION. London, July 26, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

METHODIST ACTION ON ''-THE ! IRISH QUESTION. London, July 26, Tlie Methodist body in Ireland have pre pared a memorial protesting against any system of self government thfere. It' Mas been presented to the Wesleyan Conference now sitting in London., The, members of the Irish National party «re greatly incessed at this step. The leading London papers regard the proceeding as most injudicious, and calculated fo intensify the difficulty already existing over Irish afiairs. . THE LAMBETH CONFERENCE. London, July 26. Bishop Barry has introduced the subject of recognising clerical orders of Dissenters, which would admit an interchange of pulpits and create better feelings beteen the differ ent sects. The proposal was received by many as an innovation, and it is expected to be negatived.

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BRIBERY CHARGES. London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

BRIBERY vOHABGES. ^- London, July- 25. Rear-Adiniral f*eja*ays that in 1882 a squatter told him he had bribed several members of Parliament ?'? in . the Victorian Assembly. - -? ? v .: ..

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THE CRIMES ACT. London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

THE GRIMES ACT. v ..London, July 25. Mr. James O'Kelly, member. for -Ross-com- mon, has been arrested for. ?»? -breach of the. Crimes Act '

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CARDINAL MORAN. London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

CARDINAL MOHAN. London,- Julv —5J ' ; Cardinal Moran left Rome for Ireland yesterday. . : ;

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POSTAL. London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 July 1888

' ' ? ? .-.??: Postal: London, July 25. . Sir Grahain Berry has entered a strong protest against the refusal of the Postmaster Geueral to alter the day of the departure of the mail steamer from Adelaide. ' '

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