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STRAY LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

STRAY LEAVES. [BrB.M.E.] A few wecks-SMiot I -stuTtcd— 'Eo''nari.ril«t-' soriK?'* «-* papers to your journal; -but, from, circumstances over which I had no control, have been unable to coudnuc them in so regular a manner asXdjesirable i n the interests of Herald readers and lay mental peacel HoweVer I trust tiiis explanation -will be deemed an ample apology ; so, with your permis sion, FU uiakc a fresh start. - ? ? * ? Throughout .the district I find, by travelling round, that, complaints are rife us to the dry weather, aud many prophets think we are in for a ? hot 'uu this summer. So you have had a pretty considerable dose of the ' Blood and Fire' men.- The Salvo. Army, I ineau. Report has it that they carted away over £60 of our cash, much to the disgust of many i\-iio think it should be spent in the town. The money. I mean, not tlie array. After the terrible ' slaughter of the innocents' during last week, it was reported that the Devil had ^departed from Bonrke ; und, as a not au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

WOOROOROOKi SIOi'tlL |1 QUEENSLAND BORDER, On. tht main road jrom Bourke to Cmuiamulla. , fftHIS Hotel affords excellent {accommodation X travellers. Nothing but the best wines and spirits sold. i GOOD STABLING AUD PADDOCKS. -. Drovera'f requirements particularly -attended to. HIPPER CARTER Proprietor. LEDKNAPPER HOTEL. ON THE ENNGONIABREWARRINA ROAD. mRAYELLERS and otbere and the general pub X lie will find every convenience, both f orthem wlvei and horses, at the above {well-known hotel. 1 Attached to the hotel is a store containing a coni vlet* assortment of all requisites for the ro»-l Oood teeure paddoek -with abundance ofgra$x\d- water. None but the bast of liquors in thefebar. H. TURNER. Proprietor. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL * WYNYARD SQUABS, » SYDNEY. JOHN lElCKHAM BEGS to Inform his old Mends a:id the public generally that lie has resumed ihe proprie torship of the above Babel, which be intends to conduct on improved jtines, and in a. way to give satisfaction to town aOSl. conntry g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

Commercial Banking Company i ^)f Sydney. ; ? - ;, E*l sblished 1834 ; ?'Incorporated 1848; , Capital £600,000. B^erve Fund £600,000. fietient tor Equalisatiou of Divideufls £145,000. Boarke Branch, (Opened 186b.) | B't POSITS received on current ai-counts; interest j allow d on flx.'ri deposits at ,eurr«it rates ; ; hiiU .riUpoi'ii«'d ; cheques anrt -or/Jew? collected; ? -irnft« i«tnird. an^* »«'. n*u»! ? banking: busiriws «rans *rted* ?DABLIK'G-'B.J-VBB BRANCHES : - BLT-RBUtl Manager Bourse Branch. ^The Australian Joint Stpqk^rpank- , ' '? -????? HKAB OFFICE = SYDlS1SiY.c'' ''*'?.?:*' ''? ' Bourke Branch : Mitchell Street. ? ' ?''?'? ' ' ''??:??/! . ~ ?? ?'?- ??,:' [\ ? ' '.,£,';' , ? ;:'!i ^Ji «swaZ banking lusiness transacted. Manager. The London Chartered Bank of j Australia, Incorporated by Koyal Cbartei. ; j Qapiialpydup^em}iiohStemgfi BOUEKE BRANCH. ..?:... ..,?..? ' ./H.;.W.5ffl4A.' ,;.,..;h ? ',..?''???'? ? ?' ; 'i }' '?' Manner. - . '.'? Solicitor, &Q-, . - * OXLEY...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VII. CHAPTER VII. [CONTINUED.] KEEPING FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

WHEBtiE. Br iei Atriiios of 'Mt IiACT Coqcette.' BOOK VII. CHAPT15R VII. [cONSINXrED.J KEEPHTG FAITH. ' I know h*» « iul-i,' said Albert. *' Vivi ecne d-.» you uol tlnuk, by th« light of my cwo fp^iiugs for you, I enn read tt.e nuth of an-»ther mqn'B it-art r1 You wronp Kaoul cruelly, you misjudge bim depplv, if you think his love for you is not a passion, strong, faithful, steadfast as his own nature is — it ynu fancy for a finale moment tbat be gate a thought to wliat you -vere, once lie deemed \ou free to t)p wooed bj himself. Vjvierme, ILeten to me ; it is God's truth 1 speak. I would \riHi«f»ly die 10 serve you — tu mnkf joii happy — ro save you pain ; and it wrings my heart to see you wimilly disregarding a Jove, noble, true, and worthy ofvou, as that which liaoul has offered. He has 'o\ed you so long — only think how long, from the moment he saw you in Paris — and I know his Hie, I know his heart so well that I am convinced this tale of Blanche de Terdreuil's is entirely fals...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

^ ,'*JCHJL--AIBA. Qiuck,''eoiuplefce«OB^wlailllojriJig Kidney, Slad ilnr. ami Urinal idiBeasolfr /&& -dienMBt8,«nd drug^ gists. 2tdse8-^if6s8aBduh^gentB^SydiU7.

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A STRANGE VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

?? i'i V-- ?&? L'Jl 'I- ?'?.''? . ..11 'J1,!-.^'. ? iT ' rar .. - , .« 11. ? » — - . j- j. . .. Jl~ us? ?} 'bXi'LXZ' rl '.- \} \',. .3 - .?,- ? .-?(.. Ptnneyl van 1a was travelinig in iLiiropp. and 1 iBhe.^aB^isitio^ip'iromineniiSoitt^ looking man, who invariablj asked her the :; where sKe Avouldjind do what she liked, in curringOjiieshpD.; Sheywas cdnBiderabl^. iin— pressed by this 3ream,vindsue re theladyt» whom she related Jt'iKat she sujuldnever forget thejlace 01 tne man who bad si? peraistentiy appeared before her. . »rare^'%nSi;^ent'*o5JI)a^ lareecitieB,etonpincat^hemoBt noted hotel m the pjace. She was lodged on one of the upper aoors,: and ;Ventaown^* next morniue after leramyal. At the coii elusion of her repastshe went to the elevator and«ntered,it,Mth the purpose of jreturriine ' Are you read v?'V Struck by- these -words sbelootedat the man and lHBtantly Tecog at--neewithiiyagiieiaiid-causeless terror and |ea8e:fra?»'p88ib4^''|roterS:iB^'^^^ -floor. She hurried o...

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TO TUB EDITOR OP THE " WESTERN RERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

TO TUB EDITOR OP TOE ' WKSTKRS UERALD.' Sir, — It is vith the deepest i-egret that I road in your issue of tliis nioruuig a Jettcr signed ' * Dis gusted Protectionist,'' and I hope thnt, with your usual courtesy, you will allow me to make ;i few explanatory remarks for the information of your correspondent. His '^comments ai-e, alas, only too true as fa as the resolution is concerned ; but porluips he is not aware of the f ollowirig facts, viz. , That the resolution was passed at the close of a very thi un attended meeting (17) at which two uon^ucmbcrs were by sonie unaccountable oversight allo\cc-l U- . vote and one member admits that he voted both f or the motion and the amendment Tiic resolution was only carry by one vote, so yon will see that if the two non members ha*l not been allowed to rote, and themember (as w-as his attention) had only voted for the amendmeut the resolution would have received its death blow at once. The chairman was also strongly opposed to the resolution...

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WHAT KEEPS SOME YOUNG MEN FROM RISING IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

^^si^^^^^^^ ^^^HW^ [?] |-o^|nie-i^v!^^ pe|^^iilia^f^ii#ii|^ ?:iai» -tile* 'i^!« 'iiiir, '?'?'ii!iflulJee7;in S4uaiciiius.'--,|reaain&. ?.-, iugs fB^atniit ''*h;*::i*K|Verjpn CflT^ijriil»BjB^#?iof |mw|t»j|.i«'^*JF«r^ ?tearei'fe¥'Ll%i»'iH';''ir.jja|e^)ex'e^ ^irta*th;-ptoy?^^'|e:oii|c^^ |we^ih;actJpu.;:^;^0^-;iis;:;,;^.',^ y-^jPjcicasTiiirVjSillytwe,^ $bo;fite|):ifc;;:it»uce~S^ ''?p'rmp?r:^ii'proporli-iii:^jm i!|ilaij8d f^,Ahe;:;Hdmo^ijSi»ns|t»f ^tMAj^ape^^iBfi ;deB&e^ioh^S£entlf?'|*»|i:pg ^im';;,;;^.^^io^n^|^«^^^^ gained.;;;;' '|-:^Vjij|I^ :j^jb ^n^te!r^;.^TOpoj^op^:|pjr^ eji , '.'0fjM|3U^'^pjPjBu1nj^fjbii^ip^ eyes and their ears ngainst toe various allure ments tliatfeesettheni/ and bo. by the time ;ney have reached 'ja Jfnattire manhood, they arealready in the imsBession of tnbse com forte and that honorable station that are the

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UNSELFISH PROTECTIONISTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

UUSBLFISH PROTECTIONISTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE '.WESTEEK HERALD.' Sik, — We real freetraders are the iast people tiiat have room to laugh at.the Central Australian Pf»;, tectiou Union ^because '.its zeal, aims, and motives' aic, as your correspondent ' H.K.B ' states, '«n selfish aud patriotic.'' It is liot the aim that is laughable, Init the tnediod of achieving it H.K-B -goes on to say, *' We d° *?ot.by any means admit that protection will in die «nd do us all good out herein the west, thouph the more immediate and substantial benefits will be felt further east ' , That is the west must he. sacrificed to tlie cast. Why1* Surely the better way to benefit the eas£ is to Jielpiorward the .development of its customer the^weBt. % But everyTwdy in tlie East will not benefit ,by protection ♦ What about butchers, bakers, storekeepers^ masons, carpenters, and others employed m trades that must be earned on on the spot1* WiiatTabout ftxportaw; producers such -as maize and wool growers, coal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

?. .??'. .' ' ? ?:': :/i:-':'i;l'-rfe-^.;«owlur-a;'^ii»ntW-o'j;,hiiB'*Mtb . ' , : ???'??.;'. '? ?''?.teiutei&.I^V^i^i^ . bu«i-r-f ? to iU''r't;'» farther contiiitiance; :of : lie r . . ? ;- ' ??Sjni^i»«--.^v'-;^'';'.. ???'?':.1fv--?r--7?r;'1. &^z[' ''''yrf:''ij~)j?-.-£'':''' .'.????' \ WORK ot -ill .-!.-scrJption» iex«5irt*'-l with d/e-! patc-li. tind in a worktu inlite tn inner at moderate prices. ??.?-?? ?? ' : ^'-'^^'''^io^^-^'Timbfir. ;\-iTmt»ap:.:;vl;-f: '? '???'?'??????? ::' v:;;';' '. r^ ?;v3H:Y*)t^^^ :'?'? ' ?;? :; ? ? ':' Si||^^^l|p^||j^; BEG to .iafonii ilieir customers and ill person*! .... . , Xreqa^g;S0LON»I^m^ ? bey )ibv« for the p»sr twelve (12) monttia been |voi-k$ '?????' 7 ? : , J»g'rUS^™'5eW#r^*^^?u'tT^*KJ^|^|^P:'fli-P;3^1' corniitiiin of i lie roariE bi-t ween their mille an.1 the ? „, .,'jat coTifidera^WcpBt, put jiija rafliraV isidiiig. fq^tliiB ,'v';V -:- ?:,\V.^$Pili£^ ? ail orders. .:./.?'.'-, -.' . '.. '...' *v ;.-V' ?'?,^-vi,p '?,,'-. ri ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

TAmmSBMmimMAKEm, MitcteE Sti-eiefc,: JSourke, . ,; wadcors from jhe Post Office. ?: 0%^ ViV ' ANlr AVOEKM^KSHm 6UA.EAKTEED. ?'??;?'' :'1'^'';^kh^*1 :Wf.:Sfe-«i^ '? oaoBKPU'WPCLi: ATTENDED .TO. ~0IL a LEI. FATEHSO^, ' AM., M.D., F.R.C.S.E., &c, SPECIALIST IK Diseases of tlis Seaitp-TJrinary Organs, 29 BLIGH STREET, SYDNEY. Registered by the Medical Board of N.S. W ; To be liad of All Wooksellers. .. ? LOiJTja:. . . . _??..;,.; P. MATHEWS, Proprietor, AT the above well-known establishment, visitors to Louth may rely upon getting Comfortable Accommodation, Liberal i Table, First-class Liquors, Good. Stabling, Civility and Attentidi^ i ' ' ? . „ ' . AT' ' ' ? MODERATE T E EM S . GIDEA GAMP HOTEL, TWELVE '???' -MILES FROM BQURE33, ? '.'..? . :-QK THE -,.; ??'?? ' '?????' , '. '?!. ?? . ?:';?':?'. BA.'ZBIS&US & aUSS-tSLlND B01D ' ??? ' t-i^mm^^' ??-??'??' Pfi,OPEIETOR. ?; / XOMFORTAELE Accommodation for Travellers; \J ivith every convenience for themselves f and ho...

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WILKINSON LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

^fek-^'lrJKIlf6--v^^AVEND_ I [?] -: ^««*^^C^g5vgJ5«|«'*».*tpropor ^ ?*^^»^akW^fe^'-»»W ^^ v- 'H-»i^3«ryanU^^&^f ^ws-^ldainSi j. - ^ We ^w'3-*^£^^^^fe^«3 ? o&ereiowe^ j [?]

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MESSRS. CRIFFITHES AND WEATHER 850 cattle formed the Sydney, July 30 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

- *^s. ean^Tos AKt- ^^ «58catfleff«,i«Ji.a..._ . Sydney, July 30 ; y»«l«. *k£bT . X&SF aMiejaomebusl,«aIe anli; ana*r^Ces5?i^eg-*enned- Market aCJ

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CORRESPONDENCE CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN PROTECTION UNION: TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD" [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

CORRESPONDENCE CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN PROTECTION union. TO THE ED1TOE OF THB ' 1VESTJEBK 11KBALD. ' t, — In reply to ' Disgusted Protectionist,' as lie ites in your last issue, I would like a few words ? -eply. While not for a moment upholding the ilution of 'which he speaks, I think your corres jdent lias goue beyond the mark. I would point, ??that the resolution was, 'That no iuforma ix shall be supplied to tlie Ilerald.' £ his, in my , tmon, is a mean and paltry resolution unworthy -f the body which passed it; but I think that be yond the fact *-f baring each a tiiiugon our minute books, it cannot ]ia\ e tiie slightest effect in d.ny wky, as a reporter for any paper would be wcl coined at any of our general meetings Ihe mo lion was first proposed, 1 believe, in consequence of. certain -alleged iucorrect iiifonnatiou having been given to the Herald, and remiining uucontradictcl. ie that as it may I have said at our meetiuBS, aud' Isay again now, Uiat a resolution of this desunp tion w...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

LOCAL AWii (jMiciao.^ In another «ohjuin Messrs. -Smith and Toolicy announce a sale o'f general goods for ^Friday next. WfXBB. view to disperse the dullness of th' times and cause trade to bonm aJ trifle, Mr. Albert Caro, of the Darling Stores, iutends to hold a general -clearance sale for fourteen days, comment tng on Saturday »ei.t, tlie 4th August. Several teams of wool have arrived in Bourke during-die past-few/iays ; jiut the main quantity due from the back blbcks will not be Iiere for sonv? tune to come, the dry season is 6ure to tell slightly on bath the teamsters and their teams As the time approaches both old and young arc anxiously looking Torward to the Children's Aiiniml Pic-Nic; which has ;been arranged for.tlie.17di inst. We understand that a general meeting of the com mittee takes place to morrow (Thursday) evening, atB p.™. J- a-^etter signed ' H. K.^,' in -our last issue, an error crept in which destroys the writer's idea of a matter til tome importance. It reads . ...

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BRIDGE CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

BRIDGE CEOSSIKGS. The following are the crossings over tiie Darling Bridge, 'i^ottlijSJourkje, .for 4ii« iweek ended Jnly 28 ?— July ^ '**!2if «attt8 from Tineniburra to Sydney, James Tyson owner, John Field rn«harge, t Lee and Macahnter Agents ; 700 rams from Jeril dene to *i(ount WJargatwt, Moody Donaldson and Ingli owners, W. Renaell tn charge, J. Anderson and Co agents ; 2000 sheep from Warraveena to Sydney, Pabner Bros «nd Co ownars, W.^Tv Balmer in charge July Hi — 2000 sheep from^ Coolevrarry to Sydney and Melbourne, W. J; Doyle owner, EL A Doyle in charge, J Anderson and Co agents. July 26 -4264 Ksatfle Jrdm'Salnion -vflle Ao Sydney, W. ,W. Bjcliardson owner, L. Hopkin in change, J Anderson -SaS Co' agents J;. 2000 catdc fromfjolwarth. to Wodonga, J. and W. D Clarke owners, Barnes Hudson In charge. Jnly ^7^-p20Jsheepifroni WatsoP'^ad_M(UQSeT'fi Home t cteaa Lease ;to !Bourk'e, A.' llansel In charge,, JEtaleifh Aitken -and Co agents. July 28—7 Btad rams m»m Boorlce.Httuctingj...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, TUESDAY EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

PASTOBAi ^gP^ELLIGfeWCS Western fiertaU^FitCt, Toesdav Bvekikg. , t, Tff€ weather irtjll remains unclianged, -'*Jibugh' changeable Sunday' Abd ^lond ay were /warm .and* sultry. Yesterday it was cloudy, 'with * eool breeze 'froni tte soutii. ^Xarge numbers nl cattle are being trucked from day to day. Our Barringun -corxespondent reporte the follow ing stock passings ? -July 67th— 260 {at bullocks and covtb from ^reaSalbane station for «Bourke; RichardBon' and Gnffitlis owners, Job iT Miller in' charge. ?uly 30th — 1030 fat bullockB from Oavon courl station foe Wodonga, Messrs. Sheaffe «nd Keonedy owDe»,'?Jioina8 Tracey in charges 370 fat cattle, mixed eexes, ixomCodelgo station, South Australia, for Dub1-o;,C P, Hungerfonl owner, F. - Bowman in charge ? 56 * fattiullocks from Noran mdc «tatibn for Iiourke, Tliomaa Laidley and Co. owners, 'William CUyton in charge ; 59 rams from Sydney for Widgecgo«rra station, E ,and J Bignell owners, 3 dim Campbell in charge; 60 horses from. Tinenbu...

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HORRIBLE MURDER BY A CHILD. London, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

HORRIBLE MURDER BY A CHILD. London, July 30. In Paris a boy, aged 8 years, has murdered his brother, aged 6 years, and then com mitted suicide.

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(FROM ON OWN CORRESPONDENCE) Cattle-801 varded Sydney, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

iW vt -jwn cShbespovdenW ^.'I^SSP vard«l n. ? ..^dney, Jalv^J tot fc^raged ^fe ?^''i^?«-»n ^trong j^j

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BALOON ASCENT. London, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

BALOON ASCENT. London, July 30. An aeorauant at Alexandria Palace, after attaining an elevation of several thousand feel, suddenly dropped himself from tlie car, breaking his fall by means of a parrachute, which at first refused to expand. At length it spread out, and the aeorauant reached terra, firniajn safety.

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