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GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

«iUlTITirS AKD WLWXR. Report on Monday's market. Cuttle. — 970 yarded, market firmer. Best beef. 17s til. per lOOlbs. Sheep. — Ulii penned, market unaltered. 501b. weddecs, Ss (id. We sold on .account of J. F. aud H. White, 66 'bullocks at £7 6s Hd.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

fFEOJl OtTII OWN' COHKEbl-OMJKXT. 1 Sydney. Feb. 14. At*yS'st«i\Liy's sales 980 cattle were yarded- the m-uket being firm. S176 peune.l, values un tihauged.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES [BY TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Feb. 14. PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

HOMKBUSIi STOCK SALES [uy tcli:ukapii,] Sydney, Feb. 14. riTT. m-n, \N3- nviH-raa. SfiJli sheep p»nne i to-day. Market unaltered. We S'dd 5000 iueluiling *W0 wan-ah wethers, to 9t m ?2009 Waihsdlow wethers to Ss Sd ; Lenj,res \\'t- hcrs to 8s 2d, etc. 979 Cattle yarded, nuuket linn at lost weeks rates. Wesol« 330 including Stock-wells bullocks avei-agijig £7 12s. 3d . 200 L Whitcombes Picrcclicld bullocks to £7 !3s 7d : Kite's bullocks £6 Is Oil and cows, £7 74s.

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WHEAT GROWING IN THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

WHEAT GS0WING IN TEE WEST Ok Monday last (says the Nyngan Mercury) the first consignment of wheat left our railway station here consigned to Messrs. Ferguson Bros., of Wellington, for the pur pose of being ground into flour. It consisted of some 60 bushels of excellently grown grain the proceeds of6oine2iactepof ground belonging to Mr. H. F. Hali, of UeiinUage Plains. For four ycers 3Ir. Hall has had good returns from wheat grown on the same ground and there seems to be do earthly reason why land so suitable to wheat grow ing as that between Nyngan and Cobar should not be largely cultivated and the pro ceeds converted into focd. for our local popu lation. One fact is worth a thousand theories, and here we have proof positive of the eaitability of the soil on the West iiogan plains 'for yielding .us such a ceival harvtst as will not onlly feed all our people but «nable us sto give some aid to keeping the ?wolf from 41ie i&oor of some of our less fevoned meiffhbore. On the str...

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THE N.S.W. FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

THE W-S-W. FARMER As a result of the visit and speeches of Mr. John Hayne.-?, the farmers of Mudgee, liyl slonc, Grulgong, &c-, have detcrjnmed to avail themselves of the improved facilities for not only holding the entire trade of the metropolis, but of competing with the world in the distant markets of iiurope. Up to the present there has been wide dissatis faction among the Mudgee farmfrs nli.i, like thousands of others inland, c nnnlain that the sending of pioduce to Sjdney often results in their being brought iuLo debt. Consequent on this state of things many farmers bate unwillingly gi\ea par to protec tion. The political advocates they lia«ebere have designedly diveited the attention of the farmers from the fact that it was reform in the railway and agency system which was requited, and not protection. Afier dealing with mining and oilier matters for his elec torate, Mr. Haynes has turned his a feu lion to opening the metropolitan and other markets to the farmers. In ...

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DESTRUCTION OF RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

DJSSTRUCTIOlir OP RABBITS. It is reported that successful experiments for the extermination of rabbits have been made on the Tintinallosy station, on the Darling, about 50 miles south of Wilcantiia. The experiments liave been tried for about six months on the property of Mes-srs. Horn, m, jseia, ana uo., oy uv. iJutcber, m conjuc m tion with Dr. II Ellis, of Sydney. It H appears that some time ago Dr. Butcher H noticed on TjtiDallogy ran several rabbits W beariKg traces of disease. Some rodents H wert^)l)taiiH'd, and, after a easeful rxamina W tion, Dr. Butcher was convinced Uialtlny S were suffering from a contagious dLsca-e. P This was llie start oi! a lr.-iin of invc-ti^Htion m which has since been sedul-ms1v fo]im»c.l by I Dr. Butcher locally, and Dr. Ellibin miIjkv. I Permiabion was granted hj Mr. Abigiiil, I when at Wilcanuia for eKjjeiiuierits tn !)«? I made in an enclosed bend comprising «li-«ui f 500 aciv« The rt-sult was hi«lil_t s.nis I factory. The d'sease, whu-h runs ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

- j§ i inn i W TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE fit WEST WARD. iff T? ' 'v'( T-J R S :— I .mi very proud to be iu a positiou 1 J£ J2i to thank you for electing me as your represen \ m UU%° EDWARD MacsFAHLAXE. if £1 REWARD. I II 1 -*'T &?''' -*»™. ROAN YEARLING FILLY, i I I ^liind lugs cut by wire, branded faintly with 2 | j|f 'n 'wo places. Above reward on delivery at THIS | M oiru'E. ? I LOUTH ATHLETIC II SPORTS. 'W EASTER MONDAY, \M APRIL 2sd 1888. I ? II {Under Sir Joseph Banks liuies). if LOUTH HANDICAP of 40 sovs., ami Silver Cup mk presented liy -ieo. Leggatt, Esij. M First Prize 25 sovs-, and Cup WL Second Prize 10 sovs. j J| Third Prize 5 sovs. jjf Distance loO yards. f§ CHAM 1 'ION RACE of 22 sovs., ami Silver Cup B* presented by R. Iv. Campbell, Esq. ft First Prize 15 sovs- and Cup If Seconu Prize 5 sovs. HI Third Prize 2 sovs. w Distance 200 yards. ]o yards limit. Nomiua JE tinu7s6d. (See Rule 12 Sir Joseph Hanks W Rules) to close February 23rd. Handicaps [ H appear March...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

WANTED. -Situation as HOUSEKJCEPER by respectable woman with ffrst-class Refs. Close to or in Bourke preferred. Apply BOURKE LABOR EXCHANGE, __^ ? Stint Street. 1TJ ANTED. General Servant for district hotel. ft Apply this office. ? . 117 ANTED smart Lad for the Office. TV Apply, J. ANDERSON ami Co., ? Bourke. Municipality of Bourke, EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY FX)R ALDERMAN. NOTICE is hereby given that a ineetinc of Electors of tlie Middle Ward will be held at tlie COURT HOUSE, Bourke, at 12 noon on FRIDAY, the 2nd MARCH Next, for the nomina tion of candidates for Aldermen in the place of Thomas Huggins, resigned. Nominations must be iu the bauds of the Return ing Officer 6even clear «iays at least before the aforesaid 2nd day of March, 188S. ? The attention of candidates or nominators is directed for information to tbe 66th section of the. Municipalities Act. : \ W. B. DAN1ELL, Returning Officer. Bourke, 9th Feb., 188S. ? Words of Warning and Comfort. *If ya arc suffering from poor iical...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

BREVITIES. We regret to learn that Messrs. Alison and Son's thoroughbred entire Tactician got kicked aud liad one ofliiE liind legs broken last Monday. His pro geny have turned out so well that his loss to bis owners is very great indeed He will have to be shot. — Ugnqan Mercury. Typhoid reported to tie prevalent ui Myngan. Of 1700 persons inoculated for hydrophobe by M. Pasteurs method only 10 died. Before the applica tion of Ids system one died out of every sis bitten. New South Wales at the present time owns nearly half the number of sheep depasturing in the seven Australasian colonies. - Amongst the Hues which arc almost certain to be included in the GoVerumcnt propw&ls is a line con necting the silver fields of tlie west with one of the niain trunk lines of the colony.-— Telegraph, A disreputable woman named Kavanagh has l-eeu sent to gaol for three months in Melbourne for kidnapping a publican's daughter. The floods at Greenough (W.A.) nave rendered numbers of small fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

IT Iti A BOLD STATEMENT To say that any medicine is 'never kuovrn to fail,', but it is stated emphatically by the proprie tors of ])r. Hells (Kidney and Liver) Bitters. The ' mediciue is a specific for diseases of the kidneys, 'liver, and liliuMcr. and has a reputation of thirty years1 standing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 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 Cotton, 200 and 400 yards The public should decline substitutes November, 1887- , 89 Clarence Street Sydney. ONLY MAKERS OF REAM GLACE. ESTABLISHED I79O. PSALMS. 1 (REVISED). j Hi.ak thus, all ye people, and give car all ye invali is j of the world, bell's bitters will mains you well ami to rejoice. ?2. It shall cure all the people ami put sickness i aud suffering under foot. | 3. lie tliou not afraid when your family is sick, or you have Blight's disease or liver Complaints, for bi-xl's bitters will cure you. 4. Both, low aud high, rich and poor know the . value of bell's nrnxais for bilious, nervous and , BJteumatic complaints. 5. Cleanse me with bell's bitters and I shall have robust and blooming kealth. ?6. Add disease upon disease and let the worst come, I am safe if I use bells bittess. J. For all my life have I been plagued wi...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK III. CHAPTER I. THE FIRST SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

VIVIENNB. Bx the a.irxnoE of *' Mx Ladt CoorETM.' BO0KIIT CHAPTER I. THE flbbT SEI-VS. Ihe sprjug na-i dce|iencd inio sumtne''- The whirl tif .gaiety an-\ pleitsiuv ,-*ap at ite height in Parlti. 'I b« diy laupbi-d and dani-rd ami 'iidered iviih it-, cusiomaiy Vivacious eniinjs asm, iis gay, im-onslan' thounlitlespue.-s, IiLei'i*' Hi«aglilli*8m-*« -lfa sffi fult.e*s ofci-e its, indi-F-icM.i-e l.i son-' i« f M y^ars io mm-: ' W Tl5e-iii}-K wvre ;\]\ hi i. hi «j h \]ie ohw atit! -f M warintL and c-ijdiir *-i ibe sKios ot ''France. '?jS| The nigbls «ven» u'omiiB witli mirth «i'' rc ilm Telfj and sin, H-!iil« t|u. i-dveis ««)-' ''k*1 \ MB streams *-1 (in-, and tbe aMiiues (?Jitleif*! * Wi witb « miUioji ligiiis, aiid the Jea»cs &'iook j qK wifli itie laugher ami t'ie m us, c ami tin-, songs i3RL — ^'ne res' '?'s-Mietj!, OL-aseJe.-s |-)ejsure of Jif'fi i- W and motion winch (lie im|,u1ac« ]o\ei. I V ? '*''d the Sreat »«»''j ruled with jls lujciirj, t 'S| its frivolity, its endles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

wyuij buJiiBiriii. JOSEPfliuCKLEY, LOUTHfy DUBBO. fpHfi above, Laving had eleren years' experience. J. -7 years standing on one station) is prepared to class and scour dips of auy dimensions. -- W. -CAttHTEY, £ Jifil SS b J JHf JSU I III J iiM MfTCUtiLL -rtTJlJBJST, BO US K IS. Small goods always on hand- Wedding Cakes made to order. ROYAL HYDE PARK HOTEL, Bathurst & Elizabeth Streets, (Opposite Hyde i'ai-k.) S '5T 33 3ST JES If. Superior new and remodelie jtecom nio&ation for fatuities, co_ . neraai gentlemen, and visit ws to jdncy. SITU A.TXO3ST Tj:N'J£-3 U- . £JLE3D. Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, Beers, etc. only kept in stock. Teams for Evebtwherh Stop at Dooit. MICHAEL SHALVEY, Proprietor. To the residents of Louth and surround ing district, travellers, and the public generally. 1?. MATHEWS. BEGS to intimate tliat lie has engaged thorough] y coniiieteojt men for the conduct of hi& BLACK SMITH and WHEELWRIGHTS business, (near the new Post and Telegra^ L ...

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HAUNTED ME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

HAUNTED 11E. -^ Vorldng niaii isay^ : '? Debi, Jjoverty aud €ufiering Launted jiie for years, caused by a ? jsict 1 lamUy' ana large ijJlU forjocloniig, wliicu did no ig9S*£. ': triK»s coujpletcjy -discouraged ' until one ?^ar viagb, Mylfiie advice of my pastor, I procured Or. 'Soule'fi American Hop. Bitter* aud commenced ? 'flieir ^use, aud iu owe mouth 'we were 'all- well, aiicl .qaoneof us have l»eeu islck a day «iuce ; ; aud I want ''io say to all poor men, iyou^an keep your families jWeU Aiyear -with |-r. Soule'fl American 'Hop Bittsrs' fbr-less'tliaii one doctor's A-isit will cost— Oiattian AdcOGalt. ' ? '? ? ? : ;.' ? ? ? ,r- . ?-:? ' ', | , : ?'? ,'?' ? ' ?. ; ' ' ??'_'? ? ?'.. '? '. ?' ' i £570 v-as -paid away .iu prizes at tiie late JatJuirst races. .?/'-? '?'?']: ?; *?:??'?' L ? . ? ??:... ?,? -r -?

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SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENTS. Says Ml. 'LaJjoucherelii Truth. ' Before next ses sion is very far ad\Tanced I trust that some effectual steps will be taken towards re|-caling tJie Act 'of George III, wliicli proliibits Sunday entertain ment. AYith the assistance of tiii6 fusty statute tbe Society for Promoting tlie Due Observance of the -Lords Day have just repeated, -in the case of tbe Aston Lower Grounds at Birmingham, tlie abominable feat which they performed a few years ago ax the expense of the Brighton Aquarium. For a long time past Sunday concerts on a very com plete scale have been given regularly at these grounds, and have afforded decent and profitable entertainment to audiences of. five or six thousand persons 'and upwards 'weekly. The Rev. John Gritton, D.D., - however, on l-elialf of tlie S.P.D.O.L.D., has succeeded in changing; all that Threatened with a ruinous prosecution, the direc tors have bad to undertake to abandon the con certs after Cluxstmas, aud the many thousands o...

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MECHANICS INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

MECHAWIuS INSTITUTE. A well attended meeting of the members of the obove institute -was held last night in tlie reacting room, Ml-. 'Scryuigour, the President, oecupyinj the chair. .. The following report was read ' TheCoin mirtcc regret that the balance sheet now presented BbowB 80 large a vlecreasc in the number of sub .-?ctal-crs and consequently in the amount avauauic for carrying on &e work of the institute. In 1885 £79 was contributed by '118 subscribers, in 18SG £56 17s by 89 subscribers .and in 1887 only £*2 by 72 subscribers. Tlie total income for 1887 from all sources was £112 Ss4d with an expenditure of £8S 8s 3-1 or a balance of receipts over expenditure of £23 16s lid. Unless more interest is manifested il urine the coining year it is to be feared the next annual balance sheet will present a deficit. J5arly in tlie past year tb'e committee succcc-l«l iu renting ilic Hall -aud Oouuuittec i-ooni to tbe Government as Laud and Survey' Offices at a rental of t'150 pe...

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THE ENGLISH FOOTBALL TEAM. London, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

THE ENGLISH FOOTBALL, TEAM. London, F.ob.. 1 1. The English football team, winch'- lias' been organised to play a series of matches in Australia, will include several leading university and county players. The team is awaiting sailing .orders]

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ARREST OF A ROYAL ENGINEER OFFICER. London, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

AHREST OF A ROYAL ENGINEER OFFICER London, Feb. 11. fiLajor iempiar, of the Koyal Eugineers, has been placed under arrest for divulging designs tor the construction ox ' military balloons to private balloon mauufacturei-s.

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TARIFF ON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

TARIFF ON WOOL. Whiist tbe number of farmers engaged in wool i-nisiug is compared with all the fannei-s in die tiouutry, and tlie small proportion they bear to our population is considered, wbeu it is made apparent that in the case of a large part of those who own sheep, tlie benefit of tbe present tariff on wool is illusory, and above all, when it must be conceded that tbe increase of tbe cost of living caused by such tariff becomes a burden upon' those with .mo derate nicaus, and the poor, the employed, or un employed, the sick and well, and the young and old, and that it constitutes a tax which, with re lentless grasp is fasteucd upon the clothing of every man, woman, and child iu tbe land, reasons are sug gested why tlie removal or reduction of this duty should be included in a revision of our tariff laws. In speaking of the increased cost to the consumer of our tioine manufactures, resulting from a. duty laid upon imported articles of tlie same description, uie ia-cfc i&amp...

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QUARTER SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

QUARTER SESSIONS Trie following arc the cases locally comuiitteo which will Imj dealt with at tbc Quarter Sessions couiuicueiwg on Friday next. . Henri' Daiigar, abonguiaL iuflictiiig grtfvious bodily bamio i John Christiaaiaiii. Robert H. Miles, toigery, two cJiargcs. Henry Tickletocs, alias Brown, forgery. George Mclntosu, uttering base oouu Jauics Power, hoi-sestealiug. Henry Tickletocs, attempting to escape from cnstoily. flcury Hilhuau, larceny of horses, dray aud harness. Jaiues T. day, embezzlement. In addition to tlie foregoing there will be one or two cases committed from other police courts ? in the disb-ict ; particulars of which we have not ob tained.

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