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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Thi: carriages and engines of the express trains on several of the Russian trunk lines are now lighted 1-y electricity. Messrs. J. Anderson and Co. have removed from the offices adjacent to the Royal Hotel, to new premises nearly opposite the Exchange Hotel. A meeting of the hospital coimnitlee takes place to night, at TattersalTs HoteL A meeting of *he Licensing Court for this dis trict is announced to be held on the 27th inst, an intimation that should not be overlooked by those Jiaving business to transact thereat. The approaching Quarter Sessions promise to be fairly heavy, eleven cases being already on the list. It is not generally known that samples of min erals or stone for eesay by the Government officials can foe sent by train free of charge, if addressed to the Under Secretary for Mines. By this, means imyooB finding likely uidicatious can always ascer ain the value and significance free of cost. BkbjXk will' soon be the most brilliantly illu minated cit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

TnE peculiar persistency of the officials con nected with the Rabbit Pest regarding M Pastedr's theory was again brought pro minently to light by Me. Gabrett in his reply to the recent deputation which inter viewed him in reference lo this all important matter. Mb. Gaebett in effect said that lie could not see his way to admit a remedy basei upon the introduction of disease, which might prove as disastrous as the -evil it was intended totcure. In this he is but exer cising a wise caution, but it surely is carrying that .caution io the extent of intense stupidity if he declines to listen to the un answerable arguments in faA-or of M. Pas teur's theory, or to profit by the experi ments by which that gentleman is prepared to demonstrate the efficacy of his plan. The absurd decision recently announced that ex periments would not be allowed in this colony is either the result of fear engendered by dense ignorance, or else of an almost criminal disregard o£ the interests of the country. T...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. — — — ? ?*! r 'i The nominations for the vacancies caused in the Municipal Conneii.by the clnoxion -of time, were yesterday announced at the Court House by the Returning Officer,' Mr. Dauiell, the fallowing gentlemen being nominated. Messrs. Donohoe and McMillan -East Ward), Gray, Good and -McMillan (Middle Ward), and MaeFarlaue and ^1-etsteHi-tgsfc - ' Ward). ' Of the nominations, however, Messrs. '^V, J - McMillan's and Good's were declared informal, owingto their noniiuators notpossessinglhe requisite qualifications under the Roll of JSS57 and wliiuhr_ ?-*, Boll is *o lie used f oi the purpose of the prcaentf^ - election for the following raason : As pointed out hi these columns last' week, the RevisionCourt; held on the 3l6t -ultimo, was illegal, no quorum bciiig present. To -settle the question thus raised advice was sought from Sydney with the result that die views we previously expressed have been borne out die Revision Court being ruled as no court at al...

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HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

HOSPITAL MEETING. A meetikg of the Committee of the IJonrke » Hospital was held at TattersalFs Hotel on Monday. '*^ Mr. Hard wick was moved to the chair, the follow- -'J^ other geutleaieu being present : -Messrs. Brr wii, -f : Biddolph, Kent, Anderson, Garot, Dr. Sides, s% Dauiell, and the Secretary, Sir. Bartlett. y' The previous minutes having been confirmed, the ^pa following accounts w ere passed for payment, mi V' the -motion of Mr. Browu, seconded by Mr. M& Biddalph .— V'; £ s. a. f '* K. C. Mclvenzie ? IS 17 4 'ri McMillan and Co ? 7 18 8 M W. Carney ? 3 16 0 ,--' Waste n Herald ? 1 12 0 M. E. R, Roach ? 0 1.5 0 f* F Sharpc ..: ? 2 1-5 0 g§3 Eggs ? 0 1.3 0 X- Tin Young ? 12 3 « Kirkbride ? 4 0 0 % ' and officers salaries. . ff?j Donations amounting to £10 Ss 6d, received v,, during the month of January, were acknowledged. |p' The following report was submitted by the %& medical officer : — 3E Iu hospital at time of last report ? 16 jjjgi Since admitted ? 13 &a...

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SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

STDXEV WOOL MAKKET. Mort and Co., Limited., under date Sydney, February 3, report : — We brought forward 3S40 bales of wool for our sale on Wednesday, but, as in many cases, buyers were indisposed to bid np to owners' limits, a considerable portion of the catalogue was withdrawn, pending further ad vices of the course of the London wool sales 'which opined yesterday. Quotatious: — Greasy fleece, light aud free, 8d to 9d ; faulty, od to 7d ; -washed fleece, superior, 13d to 14id ; heavy and burry, 9d to 19Jd ; scoured fleece, 13d to 16id ; scoured skiu-wool, lOd to 15d.

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., WILKINSON AND LAVENDER. Sydney, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

JOSEPH TJiEDS AKD CO., Sydney, Feb. 2. At Uoinebusli tat stjoclt sales tuere Avere yamea for this week's supply 3V-00 shesp and 1S30 cattle, being considerably in excess of trade requirements, aud as a consequence values receded, especially for medium quality sheep, of -winch a large proportion were forward ; best qualities, however, held well, while the cattle market was weaker, and sales very dull 'towards - - close. Best pens of wethers made from 9s t-j ii)i 6d ; good d.o., 7s 6d to Ss 9d ; others from 5s ; ewes, 4s 4d to 6s 8d ; lambs, 3s to Ss 9d ; cross -breds sold from 7s Gd to lls 6d. Best yards of bullocks made from £7 to £7 Us j a few workers to £8 6s 5d ; others from £4 to £6 8s ; .?cows sold at proportionate rates. Our sales were :— On account of Mr. H. Colless, 91 bul locks at £6 ; 3 cows, £5 ; G. L.Lane, 19 bullocks £0 4s 10d ; J. A. Gardiner, 30 bullocks (light weights) £5 18s 9d ; T. H. A. Martell, 30 bul locks, £7 fig 5d, topping market ; J. Dalton, 38 bullocks, £5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

DARLING RIVER, ADVOCATE WEDAESDAT, FEBRUARY S, 1888 ?

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

liOXDOS WOOl. SIAKKliT. The New Zealand L. aud M. A. Co., have re ceived the following cablegram, dated London, February 3 : —Competition is increasing, and market is firmer. Crossbred, coarse, rough, heavy in grease lias advanced Jd per lb. Coarse cross bred has advanced -id to Id per lb.

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AN ELECTRICAL STRATEGEM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

AN ELECTRICAL ST RATEGE M. AjCCOrbisg to the Electrical Review, wheu the electric telegraph was first introduced into Chili, a stratagem was resorted to in order to guard the posts and wires against daruige on the narb of the Araucaniun Indians and maintain the connection between the strongholds on the frontier. There were at tbe time between forty and fifty eantive ] Indian? in the Chilian camp. General Pino called them together, and pointhi!» to »!«» telegraph wires, said: 'Do you see lli-)-=o wires ?'' ' Yes, General.' ' Very good I wau^^^lied remember not to go u»ar or touch tlj.-n ; for if you do, your han.h wil be held, and you will be unable to :jh away.' The Indians smiled incredulously. Then the General made them eaclj in s'n*c .-- eiou lake hold of Ibe wires at both pmli nf an electric bittary in full oppritiou. A.'ier which he exclaimed, 'I command y-'-« 1i- ]i»t «*-o the wire!' ' I can't ; mv Uaii'is -nc b«numbedj', said the Indian. Ttie li»n«'y was then stopped, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

EXPERIENCE has now demonstrated that there is no machine cotton made which can compete successfully in strength and price with BROOK'S new Machine Soft CoStqa, 200 and 400 yards The public should decline substitutes November, 1887- ? 89 clarence Street, Sydney. ONLY MAKERS OF REAL GLACE. ESTABLISHED I79O. mUTirATidLETIO SPORTS. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 2yu 1888 {Un-ier Sir Joseph BanJcs Jiulex) LODTH HANDICAP of 40 sovs., and Silver Uup presented by Geo. Leggatt, Esq. First Prize 35 sovs-, and Cup Second Prize 10 sovs. Third Prize 5 sovs. Distance JoO yards. CHAiJi'lOK RACE of 22 sovs., and .Silver Cup prcscmaul by B.. K. CainpbelL Esq. First Prize 15 sovs. and Cup. Seconu Prize 5 sots. Third Prize 2 sovs. Distance 200 yards. Jo yards limit. 'Koiiiiiia tion 7s (id. '{See Rule 12 Sir Joseph Banks Kules) to close February 23rd. Handicap-. appear March 1st. Acceptances l*2s (id close March l'Jth. Entry forms on appliciti : the Secretary. Wil. r\5(iil, lion. !Sec, Loutli Athletic Sports. VI...

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VIVIENNE. CHAPTER VII. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

¥IVfBWNB. Br tui: actrou of 'A£y Lady CoQCjrirE.' CHA.PTEB VIL COKTINTED. ' K'o, dun't Trouble your,elf,'' s ijd I!a-m' de Verdienil carelessly, *? I «ill fini vas w:*.v wiilioul your a-cjstaiicc. Mea- time !?' lnli j father know of my l)i-ing hi-re as «.«o:i as ''' iirriies.' Wifhmit furllif^r nurlpv, tin MPtit ill) 1 ' i «* ft imifui tuiiiivi uniiry IJC i*diu *i|r * ?- broad staircase, and turned iu the dm-rti »- of i he roosis where lie had be^n ji-forused Vuienne was, E-e:i \isn\ ho not ki mvn «liich it was he wouM s -oil have -i r-o.et'*'l i it, fi-r lie he:i-d ilic s*H:n-l of a V. ic - F's'Eii1;' and, M»fiJy turning i!it» Irmdlo nf tiif do'U'. so as to cut i r noisflesvly nnd uii| «*''-C'-V'J'- h»' found Ijiarself in tlie presence of Vhie:n:o i?t. Maurice. Hit buck «~as luinrd to tlie -!o»r, ft'd sli«' l.erpelf «as seitpd before* the cian.! ^ii-o. i-.-- eiiffr-ifrn--l in her occut-alioii 1o hear K:ioui's imise!-6s t iitraiiff. IIo p»o. d-]irte silent, lisieniug to the lich. pa...

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LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. V. Brown, and Mr. R. M. Hughes, L. M's.) DRINKING DURING PROHIBITED HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

LICENSING COURT. 1 (Before THr V BroVu, and Mi Jt M.'Hujjbes, L Ms) BRi^Ktso jjuErsG PijoHnirrEO houes. I) Ska w was pi oceeded against by Police for per uutfeug liquor Ao be consumed jou Us licensed premises during prohibited hours and vras 'fined £5, Tftitb. -fe lOd costs, m default le\-y and distress or one' mouth. ; Fine paid.

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. Sydney, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

TNTEltNATIONjLfc , CJRiCEET:' ? . ?'..- ... ?? . ? ? ? ?'- ?? ''« -- Slv/iiior 3?**K --I ..- .; The match between Shaws Eleven and Combined team.:mJl'^roi)^1yf1)b-woni)y'''1li^ former, the Sydney men ha\ing' only scored 7Sfor7\vicketsr '' '?'-''. ???'?'??^-???--f-y./:^\ ™ ' - ?' -;-' ?*-?'?.-??-; ': ?-?????. .;-.??;?. Jffflter,'-;-): The match »vas .brpuglit.jip a finisli Jboniay ,t tiie Englishmen!; 'winning ijy.-fS avickets.'! The following are the scores. j' ; .- i- ',? .'?;? '? j ConniXKD ?Eleven.— First Innings,' . ) A. Bmineinian, c Lohmann b Briggs ? I? SJ Jones, st Pilling, b Preston ; - .^ l^l Moses, c 'NcA-haui, b Lphniann ... ..46; ]-urton, h Lolunann ... -??''?? :20! Wdtci-s, b.Uylett .. ... : ' 2p| Jf'PoimeU, a Docker, b Pres«oii '':''' -^ ... 54' Gairett, c Briggs; b Lohiuanu 1.. : ; ?''. .. JIS. M'Shuue. c JBrann, b Briggs ... .. 23, Turucr, b Lohinann .0; ?'? t .'. ^3- -WormlL c Shrewsbury, . b Lohniann . '... 19 j Douiiait. not out ... ... ...'' 6 Sundries -! .V .: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

James Sandy & Co., IMPORTERS OF Hrftisli riale & mUeet 6Mass» TO THE LARGEST MANUFACTURED SIZES. : I*af eiit Plate, Patent ttaugh l?OlIC€l and Hammered I 'late, blamed Ornamental Enamelled JSheet Glass aud Coloured Sheets of all shades. Window €w-Iass* a|t si^s. {genuine Wltite I^eati-champion's and Blundell, Speoce 6c (Jo.'s, aud cheaper qualities. Grrouijd Paints £gi -Mi9 all COiOLlPS* — Dry Leads. Dry Colours, Putty, &c. llixed Paints, ready for use— Blundell, Spence & Co,, and the Pacific Rubber Paint. Varill^lies— iVJander Bros.', and Blundell, Spenoc & Co.'s ; and other good brands. Raw & lioiled & Colza OL1* in wood and drums. Tlir|idltlilC9 in drums and cases. PafierhailglllgS* in assorted bal s, from best manufacturers. Sbarratt and J¥ewth9s Plate aud Sheet Glass Diamonds. Kent's Celebrated Brusli ware, &€? Kalsoinfne and Alabastine, for colouring walls, &eB , ? 0 ? James Sandy & Co,, BRITISH PL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

EXCHANGE HOTEL, WOOJiOOROOKA. (Queensland Border) T- J- HOBINSON, Proprietor. mRA TELLERS, drover.*, and the general public J. will find every convenience at the above hotel, combined with, civility and attention and at moderate, figures. . T. Robinson is at all times well posted in the rtatcof Stock Routes and will advuse those re ^?^?''?ing information. ** Dissolution of PartnersMp. TVTOTK'K is hereby gi--«n tl-.it the Partnership i\ liiiliei to existing between 1UV10 RICH ARU CORKIK and THOMAS HENRY PEARSON, as Piiildere and Contractors, at Uonrke. under the linn of CORRJJS and PEARSON, has this day benn dissolved by imitnal consent. The Business will henceforth l»e carried on by the said DAVID KICHARJ) CORRTK 011 his own account, and lie will jj.iy all Debts due by and receive all Moneys due to the late Finn. Dated tit liourkc this i^tli .lay of January. 3SSS. T. H. PEARSON, I-. R. CORRIE. Witness : PlllLUr J. BlDDD-PIl, Solicitor, Bourke. llOYALHOTEL, MITCHELL STREET, BOUBKE. B...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

V?«aiBVia?iES;!': - 3tr. Abbott, S^M. says'that during his experieuce fii'^cpuHta/'Sjej^ciidingito^er Jt««nty. yeai*, lie has touiid that tlieiCiliinese' arc a frugal, liard working «ice,\andjttiioM^ver^et4rJuuk. t lie has only fiuwl two Chiuanieu'diiriugliis magisterial experience, whereas Jie hafc punished two or three thousand JSJI,.''-1;- '?' '1*'-- ?-??? -'''?? -'- '???' ???' ;: ':'': w3Miere,jaie't»teii)ty^lirec'applicauts for the Coin juissioiici-ship of ihe Adeliade railways. -laiicVMinistcr, f»f ^tands does not approve of iL Pisteu) -V scjieiiie for tfie cxterunnation of uvliliits. /i^eii«%i»ttcr6du is in'1-wi, on tlie verge of a ?feverl'-1 - . .'.'_? '^lie1 stcatii'sliip '' ^Usti-alasiaii, from I»udon, m-rived o--. Monday? bringing some valuable hor«cs, 4nda large quautity-of iwultry and -logs, i Aliss JvBuny,,mlanghtcrof:iJie proprietor of the J5t Kilda-Fic.')'ba'riis, juuipftl into the water to fiavg two drowjung women. , Slic was soon ovcr ?p')wei-eSi,kand tlVetlircc' i...

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PROGRESS OF DAIRY FARMING [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

PROGRESS OF DAISY FARMING None but a -petribed protectiouist could liave looked on at the work boing -douc yesterday at tbe South Coast and West Camden Compauy'e 4VorkB without beuig couviuced of tbe real -value of free trade. Mr Haynes, -member .for iludgee, Jiad organised an impromptu visit of several of lus con Bt»tucut», now iicre on centennial pleasures, -and repairing to tlie works eoinetliuig of tbe pbenom eual reform, effected hy Hie company iu tbe interests of the {arming community of this country was seen. The liands -were -engaged rolling tout from the cooling rooms 400 Jcwt casks of Australian butter, intended for jahipineut to London -by the ocean steamer Orizaba leaving Sydney to-day. JUtlierto, as the facmers knoir to tlieir cost, l-utter at tliifi tune of the year lias usually Bold aa oil in Sydney at from Id to 2d per lb; but now jthifi com pauy steps in and sa\ es die farmer, aud aa seen yesterday, here* ere over twenty tons of splendid buttar almost frozen into a ...

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CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY. London, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

CROWN PRINCE X)F GERMAlfY.' - London,- Eeb 3. According to the latest reports of the lnedical advisers of^tiie X3ro^vn * Prince of Germany, it is f earedjfcliat there is ja tiiickcn ingof the larynx iii the Crown Piince's tliroal- and 'that traeheotomy willJjaveto -be iesoi'ted to shortly.

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GOLD-MINING IN VICTORIA. London, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 8 February 1888

-3OLD-MINBfa IN VICTOSIA. *' LondouVFcb. 3. Ar5yndicateliasr1jeen formed, to, derelop Rowe Brotiiers'^old mine at Ftyerstowu, Victoria, Ijefore floating it into a-company.' '

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