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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

?ng, «. »rii»d& blown, iikuowm. . ^ya of our lives are tber^,- — - giad bnght tilings that were ours of oii, ~~ the blight of sorrow, the canker care, '». Had dulled and tarnished their virgin gold — 1 Had burned to ashes the hope and trust * Of the loves and faiths that are dead and dust. In mist and shadow is hidden aye The path that leads to the river side ; And only in visions, and far away, f We see its mystical waters glide ; But flowing, going, with measured song We hear its music our whole lives long ! And groping wearily, spent and blind, With hearts that falter and feet that fail, We know, 0, Brothers, we yet shall find The path that lieth within the vail, And, the cloud and the shadow rolled away, We .shall come to the rirer brink, pome day ! We shall drift away with the golden tide, Through dancing ripples and sunny foam, To the land of the leal and the glorified, Safe to the haven of rest and home ! For the River of Dreams, with its eurgiug song That calleth to ...

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

E-tH »isU«.! 1W* . ,- £.i.w,'i-«:.'.ll'48i _,;;.[/ Bourke Branch, ii^fiiE^f -jSiB'fa^^J DJTJ*C)SITS ''- ?-*?-!?»' -5:.:T.-aa'C.:nnt-; iu!-r--srj K''t''' DAftjjlNG KlVER BiiA-NCllFS: ! Iff ^L6R««; BlSEIfffliOTfl, BOtt^KK, WIfc- J ? ?? ' ?' ''?'^-£Lrf:;&:to$L-i-'''' ??''?''».' ???? ?.'??A ?_ ? ^-.^(??^?^-^^^^^^-—-???'-^'a The ? Austi&liapy cjiit : J3t$sk :..SanK$ : ? ? H;.3.if1'*tfl0Ks.siY»3STkvJ.-'-i--:'-.;-';;;:..'-| ' Bourke Brasii^Mi^^it^et!-'-'ift Jtt u-tuat hoMkiiifj l/usiwds' transacted./^ ??????;?? .??'??.'?' v.&Mmst; '?: '.{? The London Gliai^erj Bftik of j Australia. I ' _. ? ;__ - .? ', .-'; ? ?' ? ' ' ' j .??????: .,,,,«,r-*^f«yJAM^lilrl'»r ?^??-?^?'Mvi . . ? ,.?.??? ??'? ? ?. ;??:'????:;,? ?ii.;Ay^Hij-L;;v; ?,,;?:. .. ; ...:? '? :. ?' ?????i; ?-?? '? ?'?j-lH*iiwgiTl'1'xi ? oxlev ;si'^fe^^^^||;|;| .'.-.. i, i ?.-?.--. -r for j»nH»»i'« for Victoria, -Ju«'H--):-iul j Solicitor, -fev; ? ;- Coivmi«iom-r »'??' takm-' / A .Tints'., for 3^ iWlV Stock ami ^...

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

JAS. LtoGH'S RAILWAY HOTEL. BOX7B.SE1, Pjeplete witli.erery.Tconvenience Inall Depart - mente, both for permanent IwarSer ami ^casual visitors. - , ^ Wejl venfilatea stahles, wifh ample supply good forage/Wflattendediby first-dUws)gro«i. JGood WJr \«iid aaExcelleat JlMES LYNCH, ? ^ . ' ^Sb* VtaptUlsw. : WOOSOOEOOKA HOTElT QUEENSLAND BORDER, On Hie mam read from Bowke to Cunnamvlla. riiuiS Hotel affords excellent Taccommodation X travellers. Nothing but the best wines and spirits sold. O0OD STABLING A1SD PADDOCKS. Drovers'.' requirements particularly attended to. HIPPER CARTER Proprietor. LEOKNAPPER HOTEL. ON THE ENNGONIA-BREWARRINA ROAD. ITIRATELLEEIS and others and the general pub i' lie will find every convenience, both for them wIvm and horses, at the abov«]«rell-lmown hotel. Attached t« the hotel is a store containing a com plete asiortmant of all nquisites for the roa -1 Qood Mature paddock vith abundance »f grass -t mater. Nona bat the bast of liquors in the bar. H. TURNER. Pr...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VIII. CHAPTER I. [CONTINUED] AS LAST YEAR'S ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

VIVIENNE. Bl Tflfi AUTHOR OF ' Mr LiDT COQdEirB.' BOOK VIII. CHAPTER I. [COSTINPED.J AS £A8T TEAXt'B ROSES. Tumult and noibe deafened him, change and speed wearied liim ; tut throughout all, above all, that one longing to be with his friend Iu the hour of his danger and weak ness was e*er in Lis hearu He thought of another journey on a like errand, and how be had come too late. Would it be so now 3 jEEe groaned aloud at the thought of it'; he prayed — ph how earnestly ! — to be an time. The days grew warmer: the snrina «»c already at hand. He felt the sweep of southern breezes, and saw the blue of southern skies. The days gr«sw hot and cloudless, the nights brilliant with starshine; but above all tue- beauty *f the earth and the radiance of the heavens and the confused noise and «ouetant motion of *ound anil tumult around him, he seemed to read that one great fear which Lad feezed his heart when Vivienne's letter reached him — thelear of Albert's death. When tlie lilies were bloomin...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

'^ CRICKET. ' k match played on Wednesday la-st between trams representing 'the Town and the Banks anrj Oivi] Service, Resulted in an easy win for the former. The feature of the matuj -H'-i= the bo A ling r-f Colless and Readford for the -.ictoro aurl of Ferns on the fcther side Th-* rirst name I sacured 4 wickets for 6 runs. t-Vdiu with 40 »vus die only batsmaii to make anything like .i stand Follow i:ig are the scores : — TOWX, 1ST ISSETfiS. Cole, c Palliser, b Gordon ... . 7 Jones, b Ferris ? ? 6 Adolph, lbw b Ferris.. ? I Robin, b Gordon . 3 Bloxham, F E b Gordon ? 0 Readford, b Ferris .. .. . 3 Hardwick, P. b Ferris ? 9 Colless, c and b Ferris ? 3 Gay, b Ferris ? 1 Deasey, b Ferris . .. .. 0 Isaacs, not out ? 1 Sundries, ... . . .. ... 8 40 Banks & C. S., 1st Isnikus. Ferris, b Collcss ? 1 Duncan, b Colless ... . . .. 3 Gordon, b Colless .. . ... 0 -Strutt, stpd. Adolph, b Colless .. 5 Breden, b Readford . -. 1 . Gibson, b feeadford ? 0 Hoey, b Readford . .. .2 Smith Do...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL ' SnovEBTAiLS ' communication will appear in our next issue —too late this. OffB friends at Barringun are arranging to hold a concert on Saturday, 18th August, for which an excellent programme has been arranged and printed. The object of the entertainment its to provide funds for the purchase of prizes for the Public School scholars. ? We bespeak a generous response to so laudable an oliipefc. Wrra splendid consistency the Commercial Banking Company has, as the result of its laat half year's operations, again increased its reverse fund by £10,000, and declared its usual 25 per cent, dividend. The many factors which have assisted to build up this institution, now one of the greatest monuments of colonial progress, are evidently as potent now as of yore. At the meeting of the Children's Pic-nic Com mittee held on Thursday last, at the Court House, Mr. V. Brown in the chair, a considerable amount of business was transacted. The question of a site for the pic-nic tros ...

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ALL ABOUT MYSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

ALL ABOUT MTSELR Ali about myself. When cau I first Te membfrof that self ? I waestii-u a lit tie child wh--a my mother died that I Jiare but a dim memory .-f a pale, s««et fact-, and a tall, slender figure, hax. rag-ue as -ny reeijlecdon is -it is atwi»y -? iii-sociaied wiih*adn;V-s.: X ne»(?r o»-nfr aton «r a Hii]rt's hook A From cruelly hard Ipssuds I *te\\i to n;e-!l«work nmi mi n-i-rnntiini «a« tit li« itltnuri'il hV^ialh SAri!i-ifa, -«ur »erv»D-. in tii(- uo«i?etvoi-!c and cooking. Mrs. OJayfcon, my'irf»y*'-ii*'8-?4 nrai as cold anil i-iactin.i a-, mv f**h ?', vud I cannot recall one w«»ril -ti tciidu: iic-s from either ou-: hi ul' tho-e d«*jirj v*ir'? I «»«i eighfu^n, and I Mad nev-, r. f^eeo a mile fr.ja- Wbij'jv.ile. mv f.iThe»''« country home, whoii Laureacu Oobii.-o tame to trans act some buhin^bs wnh ray father, :-ad was invited to become our tuest. When Jlr. Co bur d wf ^ very tied ito me I accepted his kindness, wondering only that I was allowed to do so. Love and roma...

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JOSEPH LEEDS; AND CO,; Sydney, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

JOSEPH tEEDS XSD CO.; Sydney, Augu»t-2. 28,000 sheep and 1800 cattle yarded this week The sheep market was rather over supplied. Owing to the Meat Company not operating prices were low, middling 'and inferior qualities being very bard to. quit. We sold 1500. Cattle market very 'Srm, and prices rather better, nidi every prospect of high ? prices. We sold Williams ' Bros.' Fairlee bullocks to £G I *5s ; cows to £5 17a - 3, U. Wood & Compast, (late *rf * --a.and tlor - wood), Tvagga-Wagga, report the «i (lowing sales sCof live stock i-^-aOO 4 and 5 year old bullocks for Mr. Edward Ashcroft of Tootal, Wagga Wagga. 1000 4 and 5 year old bullocks {or Mr.. John Officer, of Humeburn. Cunnamulla. 1400 4 tooth ?. ewes with lambs at foot for Mr. J. J. Keogh of Coolaman. 5000 Q tooth wethers for Mr. XL T. ' ' White, of Tarramia, Corowa. 6000 mixed weahers for Mr*. E. Wakely, of Emu Plains, Urama. 30 bead of fat bullocks and 200 fat sheep for Mr. J. J. Walsh of Cunnjngdroo. And also repo...

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A RICH FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

,JL MIpS OPAL FIELD. Mir. O'Hara Wood, late associate to -his honor, Mr. Justice Harding, has returned from a trip out West, bringing 100' speci mens of «paly 'which veihg 'about! cwt , and which experts declare to be toe £&est ever brought to Brisbane. Tfae exact locality from whence theopal is obtained is withheld For the present., Mr. Q'Hara 'Wood was ^absent twenty days, and ?during that time he and party travelled 1700 miles, by rail, were occupied in collecting the specimens wnich nave been brought to town. They are valned at £1009. The collection comprises ^specimens of Boulder sandstone, and moss opal. 3?he country were the specimens were -obtained abounds with opal bearing matrix. All the stones brought . to Brisbane were picked op on the surface. It is understood that tfae lucjjy persons immediately interes ted in the discovery shortly intend to float a large cosnpany for the systematic working and -Ie3elopement of the country. -jpli — ? . .: ? — .- MjsbixedP.b&...

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(FROM OUT OWN CORRESPONDENT) Sydney, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

(from our own* corresponded ) Svdnev. Auffust3. Cattle ? 950 head forward. Market dull, and values lower Sheep — 18,532 penned. Market quiet, and medium and inferior declined Is.

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

Bif on TMlqm^Esfeaip^Iweiit TAILORS \'MMM^0:^Jm^,. wo QaorjB irfim the Post Office. ; ? ;? FIT AND W«»^ESta3srSHlP .GFA.Bayy.TEED.* Ottl-ISRPRr»M!*rt,V' ATTEST3ED TO. ? ; -. ;.' DR. A LEI. PATEIiSOS, A.K, M.D., F.B.C.S.E., &c, SPECIALIST IN Diseases of the Gsaito-Urinary Organs, 29 BLIGH STREET, SYDNEY. Registered by the Medical Board of N-S.W To be 1M of AH Booksellers. ROYAL HOTEI/ 3L.OUTH. p &£THEW$, Prom-iddr, AT the above well-known establishment, visitors to Louth may Jrely upon getting Comfortable Accommodation, Liberal Table, First-class Liquors, Crood Stabling, Civility and. Attention - ?-?.' ' :; ??; AT ?? '' ?-??'? '.'??'.' '??.'? MODERATE TJE&MS. GIDEA Gl» HQIIL, TWELVE MILES EJJOM BOUEKE, ,;,' ' ,p on the '. ' ,?.??.,..' BAERINGUN & aWEE*ISL&ND BOAD ?j;i®iMoisfv-::i1 PSOPBPSTOE. /^OMFORTAELE Acconunodatipn for Travellers, \j( -with every convenience for themselves and horses. ? '' ' ' ' ''.'.?? ' ' .-. ' GOOD UftUORS CIVILITlTf p ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

A lettbb which Tve publish elsewhere, set ting forth tie -failure of the writer to find employment, opens up a very wide social question, which jalthough aiot new to the world at large, has for sometime exhibited an unpleasant prominence in this colony. It is certainly not so long since that labour wa» at -a premium, arid work waiting at every turn for men willing and able to perform it. The gradual but nevertheless startling change which has occurred in the few intervening -«km lias *»nmnlp.fcelT reversed the situation and now the supply of labour has com pletely outrun the demand, and this not from any abnormal increase in the supply, but from a. contraction of the demand. This feet is so patent that it is only necessary to pass from it, as the effect, to the cause, and whatever unaniimty Way exist in admitting the former will sppssibb/ disappear when an attempt is made=*o arriye at the latter. Our friends, the PisSectionists, will possibly- at tribute it solely to whatthey are ev...

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

I f ' ? . r '? '? ' l ' ' ? .:'. ' ^'r^l^S^f-liNIif 1 ; . h . ?. e ?e:;N: :M;e:;||^p1 WOTtK n' all .l-wripi ?«* i««t-£titrt{lv-i'-i)i.''-iJ*- ? ir-ortpr-te prices. . ?;,..? s- ??.,?:?? ,-: ?1-BG- 'o i«for.ji. Hipir . sus&.mer* and »'! »,'*?'?'*' j !h-y.lh«vi-;yi«r.t^^isi-:(^|f^.^S5jm-i^l*-,jh«^!:w.jrV^ ; ? ' ' '.'??? v'in^*M'i*W'-wy.3^£S4i!J^^ I cim-Jiti.in of'?ie'.'jroiidB'.^.^i^ii.\rtrtr;'^i^r^ni/]iflw'. } »t ^T^sH^ra|ble.,(eli8t,i|}}it»|pija raiiwar aiding Jto **»' .,,?.??-,.?.-,?? ?,:?;.;? -'.: :;./;i?M-|pi^^\':-\*^ ;:\, ;^ Per hundraaJeei fut|i Biurfce 15s. ; ByetJiOc i3s ?? ? ? ???? ' - ?: ;:::--^piiBiBSI^ ! . ??': ?;? ???.?? f- ':''.- ??''? ?;? ?-' -' '* '';;v.*g.a'^w'B-i^-1 t? ''K'l ? ';-'''- 'y- .'-'. ?*?'. s'-:' .;?: w-^fel: 'ygjfot-'f '; 3* ) :'.'' ' ?'?-M'-^.''|jpiiiffi ????/i' -??. '':-«^^^|'!©^?|^^^ , . {,; :..;;;.: ..?;'?,:?, 4/|jobj|i^^^ '??? ????'? - ?'^ ..'?'? ?' ';.';- : '-.'. '.'':- :-^S^j'.-3^??^H^'^i?^P:|^S^^^V^'j? IPW?*^!-*1* ^*!»l'^«^'/ ????. .?^r7-s^...

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

*m - ' ? ? PITT,, SON, & BADGERY, * : -' ? - ': *? ' ? - - (.Limited.) ' STOCK- AND STATION . -AGENTS , - SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN. I ' -OFFICE :— Pastoral Chambers, George Street, SYlMfEY. ;r jk^bovpi Sales rendered; and proceeds paid -*' J; \ ~i „ ~jn Gash. \ ., '£$@eK--..AS[D -SXM3O3ff -AGENTS, A1TD ' '. ,*,;Y~'FAT' STOCK 'SALESMEN, * 1. : rfiaifrkH9Ev AND BOITEEfi. j-V^5^'^^-^-~7^ -? .v .-'? , ~ !u : yfytyf* ,fljamnipflci and.; OonMn, E, RICH & 00., Seweral Merchants, Forwarding and Commission BO URKE. Also at 95 PIfi1 STiiB3€. STJiJEY HAVE rec»iv»d per rafl »t Bourk« this weekas follows — 131 Sacks Hour 258 Sacks Potatoes 60 Sacks 'Maize'] 11 Sacks jBarley 1 Truck Hay 10 Cs. Baking Powder § Cs. Vestas S Gs. Vinegar 5 Cs L. and P. Sauce 80 Bags Bice 8 Boxea Tea 21 Boxes Tabacco 1UVS. VXLU 50 Cs. Whisky 10 Cs. Peppermint 5 Cs. Orange Bitten 20 Cs. Jam 19 Lengths Pipe ' 3 Bndls. Collars SBalesJBaiils 2Cs. Boots 4 Bags Washers 7Cs. Hardware 15 Pkgs Ironmonger...

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A. ANDERSON AND CO.'S (BOURKE) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

A. AUDEfiSON ASD CO. S (BOURSE! R»porfc for week ending 2nd August : — We have sold 3000 wethers for Mr, W. J. .Doyle, Muckerawa; 3500 do Mr. £. J. Barton, Mooeulta ; and in conjunction 'with other agents, ? 332 fat;catile for W. Sly, Ardock; 1970 fat 'wethers for Mr. W. Doyle, Muckerawa; 1300 ditto for' Messrs. Lindsay Bras., Charlton. We have trucked to Homebush, 243 Mount Marlow fat bullocksjconsigned to Pitt, Son, and Badgery; 261 Salrnoaville fat cattle, consigned to Hill, Clark, and -Co. ; 100 mixed fat cattle and 182 fat cattle (Nbrley), consigned to Wilkinson and Lavender ; and have completed delivery of 485 Morney Plains fat cattle, at Nyngan.

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ASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

ASTOEAL INTELLIGENCE Westem Herald Office, Fjud.vt EvEsrmJ. UxtortosatelY there is no cliange to report under this heading, with the exception of a slightly lower temperature to-day than, has pre vailed for the past week The outlook, especially down the river and out tack, is anything but cheering. 3350 fat sheep from Tinapagee, B. ?rn ? l ? 3 m\ x~ a. — ill, Olinur -»*-ij3 Wop. moll's, were trucked on Thursday for Melbouane. Our Barriugun correspondent sends the following movements :— 900 store bullocks from ICavilah, owners Henderson and Skeue, for Wodonga, travel li»-j for sale, R, M -Klean in charge ?; 232 fat cattle, mixed sexes, from Ardock, owner W. Sly, for Bourke1 Henry Lamb iu charge ; 1100 fat cattle froniChatsworth Station, owner E. J. Stevens, ior Dubbo, D. Crack in charge ; 2200 bollocks from Cammermour 6tatioii, owner Robert Christian, for Wodonea, W. Douglas in charge ; 7030 store shsep from Coongoola, owners Humphries Bros, and Richardson, for Mansfield, Oberon, G. ...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH] FROM PITT, SON, AND RADGERY. Sydney. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BT TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON', AND BADGERT. Sydney. August 2. 11,000 sheep penned to-day, being largely in excess of requirements, and the market lowered fully Is per head, except for primest quality. We sold 57' »0, including Christian's wethers 10s 6d ; 2000 Walhallow wethers 9s to Si 4d ; 2700 Warrah ewes. 7a to 7s 6d, etc. 950 cattle yarded. f Market fully supplied, and prices 'weaker throughout. We sold 420, including Mactay'a ''Cryon bullocks, £6 13s lOd; and Christian's Mount Marlow bullocks, £6 13s ; also Ellis' Oak range bullocks privately.

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LEE AND MACALISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 4 August 1888

1EE AND MAGALISTEB, Report having forwarded to Sydney during the week the folio *iug wool, viz., Toorale 82 bales, Nocoleche 136 bales, Boorara 51 bales. These are the first consignment of this years clip from Bourke. * At Thargoinindah, says the Herald, die weather during the week has been mild. To-day there are other indications of rain. The following stock passed here during die week : — 24th— 974 bullocks from Boselle Plains for Wodonga, Barker and Co. owners, fclackall in charge. 25th— 437 fats from Cnlloden for Bourke, J. and W. Christian owners, Charles Moore in charge. 26th — 561 bullocks {fats and stores) from Mfc. Leonard Station, Diamantina district, for Wodonga, Foote and Son owners, A. J. Peters in charge. These are a splendid lot of cattle, and reflect credit on the drover. 27th — 1000 store bullocks from Culloden for Bourke, H. Scrivener in charge. 400 mixed fats from Culloden for Bourke, J. and W. Christian owners, W. Dade in charge, will pass to-morrow (Saturday.) A...

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

1 Voice fin tlie People. THE GREATEST CURATIVE SUCCESS ( OF THE AGE. 'V)O medicine introduced to the public has ever 0 ? aiet with the success accorded to belx/s ?BirasES. It stands co-day the best known curative -article ia the Tvorld. ItB marvellous renown is not duetto tke' advertising It lissTeceived. It is famous by reason of its inherent virtues Jt does all that is claimed for it It is the most powerful, speedy and effective agent known for the building up of debilitated systems and general family medicine. Ophir, U.S. W., Dec 9th, 1886. Bell's Bitters Manufacturing Co. — Gentlemen -I have been a sufferer for seventeen years from tke effect -of a cold I contracted, while at work under ground. I have tried almost everything, I have also been to several doctors and have not received any benefit, at times T am able to work for a few weeks then get bad and for as many months am confined to the house. I got a bottle of your Bitters last week from Orange, and took it within a week, ...

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

WANTED Fohi Oeneral SERVANTS GOOD FKNCEB. Ajjply' SMITH & TOOilEV, Mitdidl Sti-cet, WANTED, * HOUSEMAID at TJIVS Royal .Exchange HoteL i CCOKNTAN11 and BOOK-KEEPER, twentj /\ five yeary varied cxitCLiciioe^ ,18 open fot cngagcraeot OrigiiiaJ Tc§}.jinouiilBVitJi Editor of tills paper, confidcutiaj. /^NE NURSE GIP. L for town ; tiitee GENEH AL VJ S1CRVANTS for town; one GENERAL SERVANT for country ; a WOMAN to work by the day. Applyr— . .: . ? SMITH &TO0HEY. Shearing Kotibe. QHE ARINO will commence at Beemery (weather O permitting) on or alwut Wednesday the 8t j August. . .?'.-. KIRKPATRICK & QUIN Shearing Notice. QHEAR1NG will commence at Milroy about the O 8th August. ' ' A. ARMSTRONG & CO. ^hoarino- Notice. QHEARING will coinuieuce at Moultou Plains jj about the loth AUGUST nevt. J. S. KIRKUF, Manager. Shearing Notice. QHEARIXG «ill comaieucc at KENILWORTH kl on AUGUST 25. Sixty Thousand Sheep for Thirty Shearers. DAVLS, OLIVTSR & CO, Shearin...

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