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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY, Sydney, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

V-^Ai^JffOMEBUSH^STOCK^SALES ' *r»/*.V.*- t v.&woem»b*ehJ _^. , ^IJttOMl'IEC.-'SOlw, ASD BADGEET. -s ' - *f ~ iT-T}+- '*& *j **. V* ?»a««vdney,^uly «0 *- I4,t»0 ^sTuSp' penned to-day. Market opened »T)aiUy, -%ut liinproyfiii ^towards tiie finish, closing ; . ^»h1W^-1ower €han^hhr8daV««ale :ffi^«old' -* ^^Mn^ding^e^alhaUow- -wethers ^tops) ^Jj*7d,^iebsaanoe^0sW;afewlamosl2slldj Wovlr*- ifuc'-mWa iwethets, Hs.JMs^GobWs . ' ,Ssto9s6d.*50&ltle^aea.*! ^?^ r/ner W« «oM^ 200 Warxali topping 'the market consider' ': Ws 16 12s 6d, and Cooper's £5

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

WANTED, a HOUSEMAID at FRY'S Royal Exchange -Hotel. WASTED, on Friday next, SHEEP DROVERS and Cook. Apply H. K. BLOXHAM liourke Labor Exchange. A CCOUNTAKT and BOOK-KEEPER twenty J\, live years varied experience, is opeu for engagement. Original Testiinouials with Editor of this pap;r, coufideutidL ©NEKUKSE GIRL for town ; three GfiNEK&L SERVANTS for town; one GKlfERAL SERVANT foi couutry; a WOMAN to woik by the clay. Apply — SMITH & TOOHEY. Shearing Notice. ijl HE ARIK-5 will commence at Beemery {weather O permitting) oa or about Wednesday tlie 8th August KIRKFATR1CK & QUIN SliearmjS!' Notice. ^tHHARr!^(T«ill-5oniuienceatMihioy about the 0 8th August -* A. ARMSTROIfG A CO. Shearing Notice. Q(H EARING will commence at Moullou J'laiiis ^1 about the 15th AUGUST uext. J. S. KIRKUP, Manager. Skeariag Notice. SHEARLNG will commeuee at KEXE.WORTH on A U( JUST 25. Sixty Thousand Sheep for TJiiiry Shoaiera. DAVIS, OLIVER k CO, ?Shearing Notice. SHEARDCG will -eosnuie...

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PARIS TO BE LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY. London, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

PARIS TO BE LIGHTED BY ELEC TltrCITY. r London, '?July 30. £40,000 has been voted to light Paris by electricity. '^

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THE AMERICAN WOOL DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 1 August 1888

[?] ^y^i:-1..^ 'S;';. '?? ' ???? ?;!v^b'^ ..?,?..?? ... ^.',;-v-,:.:;. ;.^;:::';;^j^!4ebt4^i^^ '??? .' ' - ' ' ?' ; :-;:'r'tfruivi-lrBa«iy;,':.;.^i»^r|ef JiBs-:;lieen'JSa''yJr|al';^f1 ? ???-? ;?..?:?,-.': ?' ;\'^ :j;..:^:;. ? -^storeiA^li ^*' ri.y/^iiirtV-: ?rt«-u'tfs|f AVi^!^ii^-j«f **ii-^*J ' '. '.. ,;. ;-./:; ? ..^^iet^en'ithieVJ^m^bi^ts-i'and^ '..???'? ?-??'? ??;? ?????? 1-T.:^'''-::i''pa'H^f tfae*1'attjef^^ii^^ '?-?' ' niajoriry refused jtii ' retain ' iinported raw ?H ??'?;.' ?????' ;.:/ ; :-',;ii! ?^v;?™o^.iii3;}ie::protecie(l'iJ8t,{alia:ii.d«riiermineti':TO ?..,..;.'?. ??' ; . ?' ./ .- ^^ioclnde.^tji^the'^ f'1''' '??', ' '? .?????? ?''?'' |rli'''i'i'3ecisittiif'.;-ji8,i ?this':T-yjll''''»»ye' ?^??a.'V.'griekt- ?? V-i' ?-'''' ?' ?? i . ? ?i'.-';v^-ii,. .r .-3i*Boi;i^i4|CM*i;.' .iiii titiireat -yKj'*.)&bwi.3e:fi-aa i-i'iof!' Vfi^l-*'*^?^^^ t \, -v,. eeoijotiij ?',; .but it has a ^ ilii-eei /praptical jin ' -? ' 'V' ':v:^£(VJ;'vi:?i^eatT^^^ ?i ' . '-.'?:? s i'^4';;^:'n7...

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

,|p!ho|a^5J;;(6d^^ ifr^ea*9urif-K»dL^rtaBffl'l|iiBte^ipf^:CTefitiiw,wou;i w-hen a sudden noise ©rilie least excitement isets jour nerv«s in a teemor, it Is Jiigh ^ ;rW,olfe'6!ljSllBaJjps.V«'-:'1;:H1J-':'fe ja-udieiicejjgw^^ fais village, wtentte doore iieiug ^hrown^ o :|hey$,idj^tiepiae^en^^^ MebetbdPraise.— The best anivecsalpraiseo wed iiIwnDB.BKLb'sBirrKRS as an invaluable remedy for. all -lisorders of tile kidneys, iiver, and bowels, j and ite cures are.reportei on all sides. Many ob etinate cases nave succninT^ to it a^r they had treatment wffl never fail to cure. Sola by ^ill drug jtaoKon f or Hie second readintr of a bill to appoint a iioyal (Jomn^sion to inquire into tne charges agaiiistMr.PameU was carried,; J^ |[efla^:ii^^ -»ver any ParnelUte who bjad shown compUcit^ ;«;fisffljipo^^ ;c»mmon, simple plants a8liops,~Bucliu,V^ tipn, piles, biliousness, and all; kindred disorders. r^he-Jkre district iii^o^ ThejriaatieatoryabiUttes of /theses w not been for the rains during tli...

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A WEALTHY PRISONER. Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

A WEALTHY PRISONER. Sydney. August 3. A prisoner at Darlinghurst, when taking .a bath yesterday, iiad 300 sovereigns secreted in a band of lining round his body. He had been arrested for obtaining money under false pretences. Later. The prisoner, upon whom a large sum of money was found when ordered to take the prison bath, was this morning sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour for representing Jiinisslf as a Persian priest, collecting money for his poor countrymen. £500 were found upon him, which was ordered to be equally divided between the Prince Alfred and St. Vincent Hospitals

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OUR SCHOOLS AND THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

OUR SCHOOLS axu the MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, August 3. The New Soutli Wales School exhibits -will not be shown at the Melbourne Exhibi tion, instructions having been forwarded to send them back to Sydney.

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FOOTBALL. Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

FOOTBALL. Svdnej, August 3. The English football team play their third match against the New Soutli Wales team to-morrow.

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CONFERENCE OF JUDGES. Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

CONFERENCE OF JUDGES. Sydney, August 3. A conference of Judges of the Supreme Courts of the various colonies will be held in Melbourne to-day, to discuss important judicial matter?.

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TELEGRAMS. A STRANGE CASE. Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

TELEGRAMS. A STRANGE CASE. Sydney, August 3. Phillip John Levy, late a school teacher at Orange, has been committed for trial on a charge of criminally assaulting a pupil, and then attempting to commit suicide.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE " WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' WESTERN HEBALD. ' Sir, — Ploase find a space in your paper for these few lines. It may help many like myself. I can- ; not get any employment. It's not for the want of asking or looking for it 1 have already travelled — in addition to the 10,000 nu'es from England— from Sydney to Bourke, a 7S days* tramp, seeking work iu every to« n on the way. I have a wife and family to maintain, and they cannot live without their father .vorks for them. I have been out of work for bi.\ months, anil it looks very much like being out another six. I'm a painter and piumuex !-y trau e, serveti eignt years ni jsirimng haro, and it's a sorry case if I've come out this distance to ramble about the country like Christian in Pilgrim's Progress. You know what I mean — that detested swag Every town I came to on the way From Sydney to the end of the Western line told me the same tale — work very slack. I hope 1 won't have to take my wife and family back to England, but I can't stay out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

A Safk M1 mctN'E toe Lujls — T'le r,as -n s. i , Abraham s Pills are a safe n-tlit.' -c fii Uii. that they are jjurely a .vegetable i im-vj-.it'G ' ? Dandelion, aad expressly sai u 1 1 w t -u^ K ?- - and i-eq'iiremeuts of wolii&i Iu's »vpl-iuo tl'e gre it success ami gokle.i '. n - - h!i 'i 1J1 -\ tueir use. Thons-ia;ls sa,y. fJj(. » ? L 10' , t'.retjUially I'oiuove ail iiiijjjiu co oi ciu. '1 n ' beautify tlxu ewnplexip|i,-;.nr- i- 1 ! t.!iD no vu . i o flushing, no ^id'.ifu ass, no i mt v 1 ii u T ^, work a pleasure, aail existence j. ]o-t sap^i^ » io aiiy other known remedy. Ii Wei 'b, 2- i-l 5

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UNSELFISH PROTECTIONISTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

UNSELFISH PROTECTIONISTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' 'WESTERN HERALD.' Ssr,— I* is not often I bother about printer's errors but I have far too strong a sense of fair play to stand quietly by and see that celebrated Protec tionist,' AndrewCarnegue, coolly robbed of £270,000 a year. I said that ' Mr. Scott, a Pennsylvania representative, stated that Andrew Carnegue gets £300,000 a j'ear out of the Edgar Thompson 'iron works.' Your compositor reduced it to £30,000. Puc*,'the witty New York illustrated, had a cartoon representing .aniirew v. arnegie Bringing a bag of grist to Blaine and Co s Protection Mill. On that bag were the words 'annual personal profits from the Edgar Thompson Ironworks, 1,500,000 dols. (one and half million dollars!. ' I have seen other corroborations of Mr. Scott's statement. I notice also a slight typographical error at the commence ment of my letter. The words 'zeal, aims, and motives,'' should read ' real, aims, and motives.' This is not a serious error. I notic...

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Loss and Gain. CHAPTER L "I was taken sick a year ago with a billions fever." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

Loss and Gsia. CHAPTER I 'I was taken slek a year ago -With a blllipus fe\ ei.' '=My doctor pronounced me c .red but I got ^ick again, with terrible paiiis in mj back dud si.les and I got too bad I. Could not move ! I shrunk '. Froto 228lbs to l'3O ! I ha«l been doctoring foi ray liver, but it did me no goorl I did not expect to live more than three months I began to us Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitteis Direct] v my appetite returned my pains left ine. my catite system seemed renewed as if by magic and aftei 3i Kino- several bottles. 1 am uot onlv as soun'! as a sovereign, but weigh more than I die1 before To ' Sop Bitters I owe my life.' ' R Fjtzpvtb.tck. I Dublin, June 6, '436. ' CIUPTJJR II 'Maiden, Mass, Feb. I, 18SG Gentteme i— I 1 have suffered with attacl s of sick headacb - '' Neuralgia, female trouble, for j'eais in the Most ] terrible and excruciating mains' *\'o medicine or doctor could give me relief oi lire, until I usad Dr. Soule? Americau flop Bitters. ' : ' ? 'The fir...

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CORRESPONDENCE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

COiLRESPONBENCfs TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' WESTEEJT HERALD.' Sni, — In replying to ' Unit's' last letter, I must first draw his attention to the typographical error A in my former letter, which, by the substitution of the word 'all' for the irord 'no' in tlie ninth line from the top, completely alters the meaning of the sentence. '* Imit' ,; saw that there was something inconsisteut in the paragraph, and used it againbt me ; but witb this explanation I ne-id take no further heed of hi3 remarks on this point. ' Unit' said that in America protection stimulated a ' few' industries. I can inform ' Unit' that in 1830 the total American product was £1 Ss per head for 13,000,000 inhabitants, and in 1880 the product vras £22 per head for 56,000,00 J. How is 1U U1WV I **w .^kauwu vum£, U.UI& \±*Jj OUUU1V \JO. ilOl^l Ui Wllfil a very large portion of her iron and steel, being subject to just the same duties as England and the Continent are? 'Equalize taxation.' I should think so — the ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

J. i, WOOB AID GflU.:Tj LATE Wood and Hot wood. &TOCE AND STATIOJSr^M^TF,;.:,' ? ,. AUCTIONEERS,: .. ?? ; .. !;'/.:. . (Quecnslaad Border), .,«. , ?T- J- llOBlN^P^^foR.:.: rriRAVELUBES, droved, aIltI ^«^B«:L puWic I wiU find every comv jiencc a ; *h^Kei.otel, combined uith ehil% ' a:lii atteBtiU)Ksmd at moderate figures. n ?.*? JP'- T. RoMnson is at all tl ics welt F^JBI in the state of Stock Routes t..iil will ad^sl?,BhoEe re quiring information. l ?If CMSMCS e BROTHERS, j WATCHfiflAKERS AND JEWELLERS MliCUELL STRKE5.', BOlT!:KK. All ABTICIES MANUFACTURED AND flEPAISED OH THE filETJiiSES. Wniches, Clocks, BroochVs, E-arrings, :&c-± OF THE BKST titrAtlTX AI.WA.YS O1ST ;IIA^lSl); At the Lowest Sydney Ratefe. Bt) U ilKK— BE:E;W Aiit^JA ; fioyal Mail tme of Msigi OOAOHk^v';;': ??;?:? EC-r KCGUL4K ir BfiTWfiEy THJi' «LS'' 1£ TOWJJ' AS ilKDER : — ' ' : ,:.. ? : .'?',' ? Leave Bourke Tuesday arid Friday, morning. - Leave Brewarrina Tuesdoy and Friday evening. SPECIAL COACH...

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ODD NOTES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

ODD NOTES. [by a looker-on.] Svdnev. Wednesdav. Aii Sydney —that is to say, everybody that is anybody — is off to Melbourne to ' assist ' at the opening of the exhibition. I think thats the cor rect way of putting it. Still, seeing that the wheels continue to revolve, notwithstanding the absence- of this noun of multitude — that the sun shines, the butchers and the bakers go their rounds, and the hens lay, much as usual — I am be ginning to be beset with a haunting doubt whether the ' assistance ' of these distinguished personages is quite as indispensible as is generally imagined. But, speaking seriously, the exodns is-severely felt by traders, and the mismanagement which allowed lfnUMMii-na 4-j-i CIITinlQTif iid in ,fYii i* r\n**n »nn-J-n_n w.-r Zr, unsparingly censured. On the other hand, some very knowing ones — too knowing, I think — aver that Sydney doesn't want another exhibition — that as a field for the commercial man slip was ruined by the last one. Their grievance is, tha...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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THE MILITARY PARTY IN RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

THE MILITARY PASTY IAT RUSSIA Jief erring io the f ?»»''.« js o£ the militar. parly in Russia, th« Odessa ccrrespondeui of the ' Daily JNreivs' writes — ' In military circles lae political outlook is pretty -.pea!y diseussed and it, may be wori'li while noting Low lli« 'nilitaiT ]»-frtv iu Russian look upon eruntualiiiei?, wJiicii appear, fro o the piv s°nt stvugifle ,;T'fc.vi-'05i puliBinptitarism av'd militarism m Fr^notj u- Ue f-iir]y ivitliin r! e ? Tfiuw.! kJ (»Dss:biltn'«s in ills not -dfslaii! fature. Briefly stated, 1 he parly are tin xiiius'y v\aii-liiji^ uvei-y piinse of ibe Boulari gHr tactios, and ,ir?. beginning to reckon on him as a military prcsi-iear -if the Republic. Thnt 'coiisu'tntnation m'ans an inevitibif struggle with Germany, who is now in the zenith of f or mi.ilBry mfeln. and would f»ir *? upon Fran« e a 'rupture,, lo'r/ wbicli she is scarcely as yc-t p:-f?p:ired , at ail events', nu- jso wfl! prepared as Germanv.. Thop, to enr, !()?? military jjarty i»s llu...

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LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

LAND COURT. At the Land Court held on Monday and Tuesday last, Messrs. Tompson (chairman), Barton, and King present, the following business was trans acted:— Conditions found to have been complied with in the following C.P. cases :-M. J. Wilson, E. Glasheen, Joseph Savage, J'. Murray, and L. S. Pearson. They were deemed, unsatisfactory in the cases of J. T. Wilson, R. Stewart, J. Buckley, L. W. Lee, ana William Hudson. Extension of time {six months) for fencing granted to H. Anderson and the Exors. of the late J. Green. PermiBsion to erect improvements on the resumed area was granted to the lessees of Kerribree. J. T. -Gibson was permitted to purchase a portion of a closed road at £29 per Acre. A complaint lodged against A. Beales in respect of his C.P., for non-residence and want of bona fides, was ultimately withdrawn. The conditions in the following homestead lease cases were found to be satisfactory : — H. Andcr son, W. Middleton, J. Green, J. Maxwell, J. Roche, and M. Good. V. ...

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WRONGFUL ARREST IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

WRONGFUL ARREST IS SOOTE AUSTRALIA. Mr. L. Oluik, owner of Culpaulin Station, near Wilcinaia, a ;M-seuger by tlie SC'l boarne train ot S Uj.Jjy morning, had .in u:;p!easaat espc.it'a^e, wliicli snay lead 'o iiri±r.iti-»u wii't ilie Go^etument. Atu1/ breakfast, r.' M«irwv Bri.^Lv-'. jmt before fn (r.iiii s^ir'pii, a detective Ironi AdeUid' «rreated him. and chdi-gfi him witb bei'sg Maio'r Clark, wn 1 with Frank Tarlio i rec-ni:)y Itr oird* wo a '»boufr £1390 tn.;, (tun tif-niMy Kjekoflr They returi'ei K-ek-ieic £500, .nsd Tar't,n 'us arrested in Victoria. Although ]U[p. Clark submitted bis ' 'ujr^ag-e, boofc iCcounN for sq^uatttine aj^eiii^, aad othei- papcih, to hliow that the police had 201' th' \vr r,g ppr-on, he was locked up at Murray BriiJ ;-. and -vas uot released «-«- tiJ 2 in tli«j ^f'cruoon. Meit]«bii«' he Uln grap'j«d to llelViii: ue, :ind M'. Ferjjuss 'i, the Adelaid', a^e.it of Da gety and '?., liimile.i, h:ivi -j hi-i«d of tiie ciicusastany . wen; rounti to t!»e df *t-t...

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