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ELECTION FOR NEWTOWN. Sydney, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

ELECTION F-R NEWTOWN. Sydney, Jan. 27. Sir Robert WisdoM lias difinitely declined lo contest the Newto wu election, so it now rests between Tcabrctt the Freetrader and Smith the Protectionist. Parkes and Abi gail -will deliver speeches on behalf of Tra brett.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

The festivities now being indulged in, rery properiy mark the progress made by the colony during its first hundred years o£ its existence, a progress as phenojninal ax it has been sterling. In every commercial or social ramification New South Wales has shot ahead with a vigorous growth, worthy alike of herself and of the parent stock from which she is an ofishoot. The progress which residents of the back blocks can re member as having occurred out here is but emblematical of the larger life of the whole colony. From an nnpropitious beginning Australia is fast shaking off the swaddling clothes of infancy and assuming the more becoming guise of a people with a national lif e and an unlimited future. Progress is the order of the day, and as development succeeds development it but opens the road to further previously unforseen possibilities. Who-would have thought only (comparatively speaking) a few years ago that the 'steam engine and the electric light would have been seen upon the Da...

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MELBOURNE RAILWAY STATION BURGLARY. Sydney, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

MELBOURNE RAILWAY STATION BURG LARY. Sydney, Jan. 27. Frederick Hall, ali;;s Masher Fred, accom plice in the Melbourne Railway Station burglary about 12 mouths ago, and for which a young man named Clark is now doing 3 years peaal servitude, was arrested this morning by constables O'Donnell and Roehaise opposite' the French Cafe in George stteet. O'Donnell is :i Melbourne Detective, who in that city was 'O severely tomahawked while endeavouring to capture Hall who then effected his esc:1 e.

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

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

Commercial: Banking Company? TistabHsbed 183*4 ilucoipomtea 1S4S. ^ i Capital iC600,pOO-V j i ft;,Si»oW J^i ad ^600^000. Rpserre for ' Equalisation of Dividends £124^000. Bourke Branch, (Opened 18@5.) DJiJ?OSL1Y5 fecpifcd on '.'.current accounts ;, interest ailoo-ed on fixed deposits at turrkt rates; bills tJief«iitited;;: cheques pnrt prdoirs collected ; drafts issued, and all usual banking I'us'npss traus acted. ,?:. '??.,'' .,, .m - ['...'? '??? ;.,!/ /;' - ; : :.;? ?'? ?''? ,??.:;' V:-; !?):.'? ?L-iV1'. ????''?l « DAULING BlVEE BHANbUES : ? -??'????? R. T'jrBClJl '? ?' '-'''? rr: , ,.?'..: ?,--',,' MauagcJ' J5'»ur^e Biraiicli. , ' ,, f Tlie Australian SJoint f: Stock Bllilc? ?.??' ?iHiiib??'?oFFic^?vllsyJ»y*:T:??;.l?'?1'l?:?::?l1^'^???J| Bourke Branch: ,''.ifefeteU;Sireel. .'?'?'?'' * All usual banking busiiiass transacted- r . ? '? : ?? .? i ????:??'. V. ? '-;;? : .???/-.?'?';-???? Manager. .? . .. The London Ghartferfiid Bank of '????''????' ???^?????;v}A:ustra11ii;v;; ; :::.....

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., Report: — In consequence of the Centennial Holidays no sales will be held at Home bush on Thursday. We therefore only have Monday's market to report, when about 18,500 sheep, and 1500 head of cattle were y-irded, forming the supply for the week, and i. in -, about equal to trade requirements. The shc^y ??larked held well thoughout, at a slight advance noon late rates, while the value for cat tle were unaltered. Best pens of merino wethers made from 9s 3d to 10s Sd, good do. 8s to 9s. othersfroni 6s 5d. Ewes madefrom 4s 7d to 7s lid extra prime and heavy to 10s. Lambs sold from 4s to 10s 9d, according to weight quality, and skin. Crossbreds made from Ss 4d to 12s 6d. Best yards of bullocks made from £7 los to £8 3s, others from £5 19s to £7 7s. Cows sold a.s j-»y»v.;iaonate rates. Our sales were - On ae? «'*»-«- of Messrs. Armytagc and Powell, Thar g^Bnab 178 bullocks to £7 16s, and 147 cows to ix 10s averaging £4 17s 7d ; also on account of F. W. Armytage Esq. ...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western geraM Office, Friday Evknetg. Tiiekeis very little change to report in the weather since our last. On Wednesday a slight shower w fell, bringing the thermometer down from 10 to 12 degrees. Since theu we hare had exceptionally cool days anil nights. ' The following is the tele graphic report up to this morning :— Mungundi line interrupted ; Mogil 4ft. falling, 105 points of rain fell ; Walgett Barwon 10ft 10 in. falling ; Namoi 5ft. statLonarjr ; Brewarrina 6ft Gin. falling ; Groodoosra low ? Tiourke Oft. lin. falling : Louth 9ft. rising ; Tilpa 12ft. 3in. stationary ; Wilcannia lift llin. rising. - At Connamblc, says the Independent, there Is Irotlittle difference in the weather. On Wednes d -j and Thursday night there was every appear aM'je of a change, but beyond a few drops of rain iSthing resulted. Stock movements : — 1650 evre weaners, TSeuiby to Gooriaaawa, P. O'Connor drover, Feiherstonhaugh owner ; 5728 ewes, Goori anawato Geraragie, Bloomfield,...

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NEW TREATMENT OF THE CROWN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

JtfEW TREATMENT OF THE CROWN PEINCE. Fan sf.nc tuite past it lias been rumored in Vienna that a«ew nxithid in the treatment of the Crown Prine^'g i!lne--s h-.nl been adopted .and lhe Munich Heueete Xadiriuhten recently stated that this new treatment was based on it theory launched bv J)r. Freund, of Vienna, wlio found that the blood of patients suffer injr from cancer contained an abnormal quantiLy of 'U^ai', and that cancerous growths inicut be''d«-strovpd be reducing the (. «ugar in the blood to its normal quantity. *'' 'This statement has been brought, more pro as men ilv into notice by the telegrams frcm S.\a iiemo stating that the Crown Prince began the new treatment on November 20, and that since then his condition bae been steadilv improving. Dr. TPreiiud if no specialist, and ie still ? a young man. He took his degree? last year, but his name iipcaine known by a paper published in i'Vbruarv, 1885, in which he proved the can tieelion bctneen sugar- and cancer. Dr. Freund, hoi...

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LORD CARRINGTON'S PARTY. Sydney, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

T.ORD fiARRINGTON'S PARTY. Sydney, Jan. 27. Lord Carrington has issued 1700 iuvita tions to his party to-i-ight.

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DECENT TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

DECENT TRIAL- j 31 1;. Justice Butt t=eems to have hit the liajij.y medium (if anything can be liappv \i lu-ie Mich subjects have to be handled) j ♦in his mode of dealing with a particularly dUgusuttg divorce case, which has been before him Uiis week. A Mrs. Otway s.iuirlit a dissolution of uiarria-re on account of her husband's relations with 'Madame. Isabel le.1' the well-known fashionable dress maker, n h« has lor some time been under taking lo s-hoiv that a *? real lady' can rmhark in trade and cut out vulgar rivals with profit to herself ami benefit lo ilie * «au-^ of ' women's rijrlitts.' Other charges ? v.dfe brought against Mi. Ofcwa}', one 'being | ?iniraK*1 *-ii his o»u child. On tbe othpr ] iiaiid, Mrs Oi way \\a» admittedly very free j with at kosi .'iif tit in r ui-ile friend, and her j miiv e.vcose «»» tliui her hii-b md sanctioned - })er'peci-aMl»e-') and burrowed mar.cy from j Iht niiraiu.iur. li^iv was- a kettle of stinkins , H-.U nliiuii all the ^caudal-lovers and ...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Sydney, Jan 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Sydney. Jan. '27. At the Intercolonial Cricket match yes terday Victoria went in first and scored 267. Later. In the Intercolonial cricket match ISTew South Wales 3 wickets down for '202 runs. Banuerman si. Blaekham 19, McDonnell c Bruce b Robertson -12, Massie b Bruce 1, Moses not out 81, Burton not out i-S.

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

EXPEE1ENCE has no\sr demonstrated that there is no machine cotton made which can compete successfully- in strength and price with BROOK'S new Machine Soft Cotton, 200 and 400 yards The public should decline substitutes November, 1887- 89 Clarence Street, Sydney. ONLY MAKERS OF REAL GLACE. ESTABLISHED I79O. Words of Warning and Comfort. \ ??irvouoreMiOiSiiUirJronuioorlKBdllnir , 'toAiUiiismi a bedorMCkiua.-.tHke cliccr. \ ? ir»ou are smiDlv ailing »ril you feel , j ' ' weak auil ai^nriteil. I ' without clearly feiiow- ] - in' wli-, »r. Soulet imencan Hop Uiltci= . 'milHirel} cure j-ou/' ( 1 f -urn arc a ininisWi', aufl liai c t:ii»l yonrsell w U Ii 3 our l.astoraldulies.oramotberuoniont W'.i caro and »ork. or a man ofl-UMii«« «i labor, weakened fjy tlic strmn ol your ever.' d;i- -lu- ties or a mau ot loiters toibug o\ or J our uiidnijrUl woilcBr-SonlcVAincrifwi Uo).i]!iUei* «ill mosst auixjli sircugtlicu you, . If von are sufieiiug from over-ea-tiiig or (iiinLiug. i any indiscretion ...

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

CEimriCATiis. ak ijosn as tijc List of Doy Juax's Ixivc. are the common accompaniment of innumerable fej»ecilies, aucl n- tliiug is easier tliau to iittack to testimonials high-souwliug &aines with ?jirofcssional appendages, coinefl o\it of the fecund i-raiij6 of tlic manufacturers. But where aiitljenuc slguatui'eB are affixed to ixjconuuendatious,* tlie ?cliai-acter of tlic articles stands eloquently viiuli ?catud. Perhaps uo other t'rejiaratiou caii boast of n, complete reconl «f emineut and reputable names iliaii WouF3?'s Schnapps, A Wii-consui court has decided that a husband may open his -wife's letters. That is;al! very well so ha- as it goes, but what this country wants is a ? law to protect a husbanO who forgets to mail liis ?wife's letters ' - 'George.' she said, ' ami her niiuiuer betrayed anxiously. ' » hat lias come over papa of late. 'He treats you coMly and e\idcntly tries, to avoid you. '' He horrowerJ ten 4ollars«f ine a couple of weeks ago. explainer! (ileoi...

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AUSTRALIAN DIVORCE EXTENSION LAWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

AUSTRALIAN DIVORCE EX TENSION LAWS It will be acceptable to the public, ?especially those taking a deep interest in the subject, to know die present state of things in the different colonies, and at home, affecting the progress of the Divine Ex tension measure, in the Parliament of Victoria, and that of Kew Zealand, a, bill almosts Identical with our own has been introduced and debated in the Assembly with considerable ability. But fur ther progress in each House was impeded by pend ing Government measures, and finally the sesson terminated, leaving eacb at its second reading stage. In South Australia the measure has eaua.1 or stronger support, and, in the able hands to which the bill is entrusted, it will probably in the next Parliamentary session attain a, successful re sult. We are authorised to say., that Sir Alfred Stephen continues to receive front distinguished persons r;-- ?=- i-eview of all the arguments, warm approval u] u,e extension proposed. Perhaps the most qualified p...

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LAND NATIONALIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

LAHD NATIONALIZATION. A lecture on Land Nationalization was delivered at Messrs. Harrison and Murrells Byrock Hotel, last Friday evening. Air. Adam Adams J.I - , was voted to the chair, and introduced the lectnrer, Mr. W. Gilfard in a few well chosen words. 3 he following is a summary oftheaddress. The question of Land Nationalization is everywhere coining to the front and will I hope soon become the barning question of the day. A great deal of the opposi tion tn ifr. ir -1iia to misuvmiwiitioii as to what it IS. For instance we have often been told that it would be absurd to -cut up the country into little pieces and give every man a piece, certainly. '£-* ^ ^ in this way that£people stick'up a scarecrow -label it Land Nationalization and gravely knock it down and fancy Henry George lias been refuted. The right of private property originates with the make. This book belongs to me because by a series of cx clianges I Iiave excliauged the result of niy labor with ^he make of the book...

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TELEGRAMS. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. Sydney, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

TELEGEAM& CENTEFNIAIi CELEBRATION. Sydney, Jan. 27. At the opening of the Centennial Park Lady Carrington, Countess of Carnarvon and all Australian Governors planted trees. The Centennial banquet was a brilliant affair, the proceedings lasting till midnight. The city illuminations were not so general as at the QueeiiVJubilee, and were partly spoiled by a high wind blowing

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Bourke Quarter Sessions will be held on the 14th Febuary next. Yesterday was observed of a. holiday in the local Post Office. The favourite steainer Cato is advertised to leave Bourke for Wileannia on or about the 31st. instant. For particulars see' advt. Persons in want of cooking ranges can get them selves suited bj' sendine to James Ward, 414Crown street. Svdnev. See aAvt. By advertisement elsewhere it will be seen that Messrs. Corrie and Pearson have dissolved partner ship, and the business -will in future be carried on by Mr. Corrie. Sir Robert Wisdom has received a large and in iluential acquisition asking him to contest the Xewtowu election iu the Freetrade interest, but lie has not yet decided to stand. At Naacarrow and Bartlett's sale yards at 2.30 p. m.. a mob of good buggy, draught, and light harness horses will be sold,' also wagonnettce, har ness, springs carts and drays. It is rumoured there are serious disagreements amongst the members of the Ci...

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

BOURKE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A Mekong of the above Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening last Present :— Aldermen Huggins (in the chair), Grav' Donohoe, Daniell, and Bloxham. ' MINBTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following letters were read and fully con sidered : — Bourke, 23rd January, 1888. To the Municipal Gouncfl, Bourke. 'JGentemek-,— I beg to draw somebody's atten tion to the disgraceful state of the lane near the back of this office. There is a stream of foul matter running down from the direction of the back of the Royal hotel to the corner of the lane atSturt-street and the strench is sometimes enough to knock one down. One of my hands (Ferguson) has 'been laid np for several weeks ; another (Lee) for a week, an other (Lindsay) for a week, and now a fourth, (Reynolds) is knocked over. My men say that whenever the wind blows from that lane into this office they can feel the effects. Perhaps it would be as well if th...

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ANNIVERSARY DAY IN BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 28 January 1888

AN JTIVERSARY DAY IS BOURKE. Thursday last being a public holiday most of the inhabitants of the town availed themselves of the excursion trip down the river in the steamers Sturt and Victor. The former steamer left at 11 p.m., the latter at 12 p.m., about 250 to 300 being on board. After a. pleasant trip was indulged in they pulled up close to Miller's selection a distance of about 12 miles from Bourke. Landed safely on the ground no time was lost in preparing the various items of sport for those who cared about indulging in them. The two events which caused a great deal of laughter and amusement were the obstacle race and the walking on the greasy pole, the latter causing immense laughter whenever the competitors would get half way, then either .fall, slip, or overbalance themselves into the river. Our respected townsman, Tom Anderson, was on the ground with his'*refreshment booth, and was alive to all the wants of the visitors. Various games including jolly miller, disappoint men...

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

Municipal Revision Court at S p.m., to-night. The harbour fireworks illuminations have been fixed for Wednesday next. 1,500 children are in training for the performance of Hcrr Alpea's Centennial Cantata. At Enngonnia on Thursday a heavy thunder storm occurred, 200 points of rain fell within an hour. A shark, 12 feet long, has been captured in the harbour. It had in its inside portions of a waist coat, with a gold watch in the pocket. A bush fire at Wagga has destroyed 100,000 acres of grass, 6000 sheep, several horses, home steads, &c. *r Walter Scott, of Parramatfca-Btreet, has been fined £7 for selling poison without a license. - A bank at Indiana was stuck up by four men. The cashier resisting, was shot dead. The robbers were pursued end overtaken. Two were shot dead. The ship Celtic Chief, bound for Western Aus tralia, . collided in the Channel with a German barque. The latter sank, -but her crew were saved' At a meeting of the Agricultural Conference held on Thursday i...

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