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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

? Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Established 1834; IucoiporateJ 1S4S. Capital £600,000. Be*prve Fund £600,000. Reserve for Equalisation of Dividends £135,000. Bourke Branch, (Opened 186i-.) DFPOSISS received on current accounts ; interest allowed on Gxed deposits at current rates ; ? bills discounted ; cheques and orders collected ; drefts ietuea, and all usual banking Imsinees tranB *°*ed' DAELI3TG BITER BRANCHES : . QJLWW * WHJWIBOTJI. B. T. R'. BU£J .y : ajaflflgerTJoiiivas B.isuich., The Australian - Joint Stock Bank. *' HEAP OFFICE : SYD3TEY. Bourke Branch: Mitchell Street. AH usual banking husiness transacted. 0. G. KENT, Manager. The London Chartered Bank of Australia. Incorporated by Royal Chartej. Capitalpaid up, One^MiUion Sterling BOURKE BRANCH. H. W. Hlliln, Mannger. 'pT7.''BipDULPH, Solicitor, -£c., \ OXLEY STREET. BOURKE Oommissioner for AffidaT.is for Victoria, QuerWand and South Australia, J. T. READFORD, Solicitor, &c, MITCHELL STHEtfT, BOUKKE. Commiss...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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J. ANDEHRSON AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

J. .AXDKRS0-~ AND GO. Report having sold,: in eoujnuction *;ith iPitt, Sou and Uadgery, 250 fat bullocks from Richmond; Downs, oil /account of j '; and ^^3y- Ch!ristiaii;, 'liaviiig trucked to Sydney. 30 .-, fat cattle on account of Messrs Uarton aadJSecles. At Deniliquin, says - the- iteiEoraf ,3Knies, itJae weather has. Jjeen warm during ; the ?- week, but not miseasoiiAly'iM.iil'^i«;iI-aatM^j'^wwwierv-iMi«oWJ sliowiug signs of a want of moisture, and except in shaded places about ilie river or oii those areas' 'which were so recently submerged by the flood waters, there is very little green 'grass to - be seeii Out on the open plains the feed is completely dried ?? up, but the st»ck con^uemgbpdcohi^taon^ ftiid'1 are likely to do so for some time to come as thete is plenty- of dry grass aiid abundance' of -water.1; The midsummer has certainly been the most, favors able one seen in 7 Biverina- for many years, t Bush fires are dreaded, but so far ; they have not done' auy serious 'v...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

M PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald OrrrcE, Friday i:vksxxg. Tub weather bince our last lias oeen jiuiu ana mie, and it is to be hoped we have seeii t!ie last of the excessively hot weather. 102 poii'ts of rain fell at -Muii-mudf on Thursday K1VKK RKPORT. The following are the reports, up to this morning: Mun«nindi, 10ft 6m rising; Mogil stationary; \VaI°ctt_ Barwon. lift rising, Namoi, ] Oft rising; lirewarrina, low: Bourke, low; Louth, 4ft fall in' ; Tilpa, 4ft lOin falling. It is now tolerably certain that a navigable river will result from the recent rains. ST.)CK MOVEMENT-*. 1100 awe bullocks from Richmond Downs. J. ami \V. 'Christian owners, Cliilcott drover ; SOO.fats. same particulars : 324- fat bullocks from JSorley, F. W. Armytige owner, J. Cowan drover. These with 8909 store ewes from Pirillie, purchased by Willis and Co., will he crossing the bridge to-day. Mobs of Kbdey cattle in charge of Ball and Cole, ai.nl two mobs of Thargomiiidah cattle, are due to arrive short...

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CENTENNIAL GIFT. Sydney, Feb. 17 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

Bf ?& i,:^ENTENi?iMi*-H*^^fer:^ fc^;-: v {,' 7- :?/:-:;? ?;, .; -..: ;;. \--8y&uBy&at&L7'Mt ^B*f ^ayid JJeny of , Shoalhaven, iniiis^uui^i -'. B^f^i, has ^iveii.- 10 - acres lot «Sai3i SuS ^Kll thesbuihiings for the Broughton^ineekl ^Beiitenmal^iowi- ' '; ' ?' : ' ' '? ''' ?'??-' -*::?«i#-f^

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THE MARRA TRAGEDY. Sydney, Feb. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

B^'?-^TOE¥MAllB^TRAGEb^''??! ' ' m^-i^^:J::--^-r^.^'m§s^^^m-P^.'k ^fc^. Atjthe . Genti-alw Ouiiuial - Court, .befoi* ^?JudgeStephen^Cliarles Brown -Jiargedwitli ^?gbe^yillull i^urder, of ;? Marra ^tatip^ C ^ds' ^REouud guilty of nianslaughter -and sentenced ^?toiirelve months imprisonment::5 'v ; ;r

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THE QUEEN AND THE JACOBITE [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

THE QUEEN AND THE JACOBITE. The Glasgow Herald is responsible for the following: — 'Some years ago the Queen went to Jjoch Shiel to see the various scenes associated with Prince Charlie. At one place a monument marks the spot where the standard of rebellion was planted. This her Majesty examined. Wishing to hear some legends about the Prince and the rising, and none of her suit being conversant with them she despatched a messenger to an old High land laird who dwelt in the neighborhood, and who was known to be' well versed In such; things, requesting him to come and speak with her. The laird seemed to have his scruples in the matter, and the messenger had some difficulty in persuading him to obey tbe Queen's summons, although he succeeded at last. Her Majesty received him very gra ciously, and thanked him for coming, and then e\ 1 v'ned wny she wished to see him. * I should i.k- *n know,' she said, 'the exact spat where ti.t. Pretender landed, and ? . She was allowed to proceed no f...

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[?]GRAMS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

i^^Bnii [?] |^H^^^^^^^^HBQra||^uv^Wliitc |3^^^^^^^^^^^^DB^m^|iiH*e 'wpfcst of ^H^fl^^^H^^^^^^^H^Bgji^^toE 'assays fe ^H^HH|HH^B|^P^itiHeut of' ^^^RBH^^^^^^HHgPp^tiJ® press of ^^?^^^^^^^^H^H|||c%i in; furaisli HhH^^^^^.S^-s would be j^^Kj^^^^^^^^Hfl ^dditioual assis 9|^Q|^Ba^ \*-^or£ from - Major ^HHpu,:! , -*rith reference ^?gD^S^M^^^t'of lifle clubs in the ^^^^^^^^^K^JPOpMiation throughout ^^?^|||3^^^Hfi||^tf-i be carried out; but 9H^Hk3 ^^ iBr *°°k time to carry it fiffiZ^ '*'' Vdw^moved his motion in ^ ^y^the Barrier, the fol _~»3ier, speeches were made. ^tdfHie niotiou, be -was con t ?Bw'itli the support of a ^«&e;rs of the liouse. He |p|sjili~ agree with ' t)ie lion. kjiSffitife tcould be the best ;||a^to«ake this line. fltfr. E. Ivw . iiXhis electorate,) He *r$W[it will be better to take tr^iffNyngaimriaCobar. (A voice : ^J^eefcorafce.) He pointed out ^^efrom^yiigaii would cost less IprlMpposecl route from 'Gowra, as jW**^ -fewer (engineering difficulties to indj-witJ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

EXPEEIENCE has now Memoustrateii that there is no machine cotton made which Icai compete isuccessf^y in streiig'tli and price with BROOK'S new Machine Soft Cotton, 200 and 400 yards The public should decline substitutes: ''? ?'.1'|h ''?'? ? ''November^87::V; [ ;'f ';:'' ';*;;^ ? ' ' [ \ ? ' ?' ? 89 Clarence Street, ;Sydney.-;!';'' :. ONLY MAKERS OF REAL GLACE. . ESTABLISHED I79O. PSALMS. . I (REVISED). j ? Hear this, all yc people, and give ear all ye Invaii fs of the world, BEiJ-'s bitters will make you well antl to rejoice. ,4.-1 ! 2 It shall cure all the people and put sickness ! and suffering un.de-- foot. ?,.,.., 3 Be thou noi afraid when your family is sick, or you have Bright' s disease or liver Complaints, for bell's bitters wOl cure you. 4. Both low and high, rich and poor know the value of bell's bitters for bilious, nervous ami Rlicuituttic complaints. 0. Cleanse me with beij.s bitters and I shall liave robust and blooming health. 6. Add disease upon disease aud let the w...

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THE RABBIT QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

^MB3&smm^L m-- :Mn.SvAXU''X,theQqw^^iB0WBm ;:fe|; ;ii^-'l-3UEt'-l'^-etunied''lfro'M'-iiM^allQafe ' :*'l|!#' Si«r/BarIuig;;-rfieli«^nJBut^er«4 .S|M;,. . the .; rabbit pest by ni«uis tof theiia^ '\i--ik,. ?^d^se^;:;?liafesu.^il^d!fe^^^ft^^f»^?.?^ .scheme to . the. Minister ,jfor : .Lauds.-,-; ;&p»lf:''!iKSi-': ' , pounded, ]-y,:Dis.' ButxAer,;aud;'vEllis^wiil.|(|it, ' ?.&'7''ont--'feue1;'rbf*'SaiJufdafi?1^-'!»S|^ Stanlev is as follows :— '.mMi'reM^SmMii,. - , ' ?/disease ':M! a-abbife ''^ii^inlin^lbgy^iaMHHI'''' '. 'thehoupui;,t»-i-eport,t^J,,in^ures,arei^||^H|il ?' . . '-liy;!mTr^-^SH^ei:'';^r|Hie^M^^|i^^B|-'' ' found ^.occasionally, in tlielpcality, w 7' JMI- ^bfl/'bbtainli%/:'VirHs^'#l^;^^P ' ^..l,i,,vr n»+ ...t, *u~ -^J.^ r^iy.-^{^--.|-.-||aMM|-. 'iieiTjneiiral srfbagc.Ii'^^nM^^^renii^rp^SBBi^ .to 7 express , ,a ,deckled;,onuiion ???'^',i-»i;iSf;2^Hi'v- ' S07 far as ?J/*aVre''see%^es:lpaEhlblo||Pw :ave rnot.unifornijvthe^^ulteW'e^in^ijIiHHE'i ? ieafi^tory^'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

T . D U N N , j BAKER & CONFECTIONER. (Near Wei-hauk's Stork.) * MITCHLLL STREET, BOURKE. ]; ? ami ?piCNICS & WEDHINO PARTIES provided for ^- \_ on tlie shortest notice. yu*r Caterer for all public amusements. Hotels ',7i liberally -lealt with. Bread delivered regularly * y every morning. _ t'1L-. CEHTRlL MSTRALM HOTEL, ? B O TJ JR K Ifi , Ti I, Bale, Proprietor. Fr- ? M IAHIi abnvp Hold i- replem «itli every mo.lcin -°n- a;i, i e ni ticc. and is -pc--islly di signed and fuinifched sa]] for la-ho »'d famine, chi SPLEKDIH STABI ING, with nuwrctis Loose nec Boxi-s. „ the Oueof ALCOCK'S BEsT BILLIARD TABLES, am in a meil lighted and appointed room. be( COl 'W. GALE, ' Si Central Australian Hotel, | BOURKE, JAMES INGLIS, *J MITCHELL STREET. - B O U K K E - *'. tn OPPOSITE THE PARK.) Wholesale and Retail Fruiterer an ? _^- — — * ? Produce Merchant. TAMES INGLIS is constantly iu receipt of Fresh se! *) Stocks of every description of Fruit and Pro- fol ducc, IJacon and Chee...

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NOTHER GOLD DISCOVERY. Nyngan, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

I NOTHER GOLD T^JS^V'eUy ' : - .-.- ;',; '. ??..,?.!:; :;?-: Syi^aii-^eT-; ?j5-..:. k ^^sp^tguation ? huo b 'v::: received from Nyma ?C^'eeW^Ka&feas^ been J discovered in y'^ha£ H^^^SPBQS^ni® parly ^ refusfedi£2O0;iEqr; ^R^,.shj^re. 7A'ue5«a^®aient is' great;, ;-a.nd the ^K^roundisfceuig i^pmiy taken Hip V n ;]?:??'- ...;

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ALLEGED ASSAULT. Mudgee, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

Ill'i'^ .':?:'.? ALLEGED AS^ULT:1'^- ';v iff ?/?'-? ' , 3!^dgee, 9Peb; 15. »: BS-- '. At the Ck-bbpi». Police Coui^ on JMGoudav E| Walter-Last, a draper, ; was ? committed' :'for K^ %l at -3ie Mudg'ee Assi^^onj^jchaige^ ipl ? II jilting a little gii-i, under l^years of

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LOGAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

^?^^S^^^^JE^^'l Bjm^k,':'dii'!n^iuid«vii'aif^Iing';jat.;|{3a-b^5.' The fall was Jiglii^Jk4^^me.&tthM'«Ure-ilion. -- 7'' '?? ( , 7: ;???? Wi iiotice'tliafii draif i sof %he' Waipbw&elab cattle receatly rtpiitaMs^4b^f ^,il|PS;'tCollesstj*6ppedJ: Thursday inEriet|witii'lra1n average of £7 7s M for ^ea4i^l':.^-^ ?' ; ''By-' alteration ''m his:'^VprUspmeai,}\appea^ing , opened a 7-v*Ii SelecteS1 and large stock iii cpin modious premises near the Royal ExcJiange HoteL Atfihe'£ainfi'lune'-',^J^^^w.'i]it^ads keeping : Ids original ^^^jpefe'Wr3*!*'^*;^ ; ?i-!'^!'S '!h'^;t^'- - \': / '?'''.?/?? . A 3tEE^r-^G pi jfchejJJsjii'ke Eaiiy CJlosing ,Assoc!ia;-i :tioii$v^|ieM^^^ ?a^;Ti-^^'c^1':|JB^r^'i^e^.|re^^^ir^^ l^imlB^aiKM1%or\-awieiitihaii&'i1lfe6lrresponaenTO^ ;teudea 'pa.,^a , ^'^t^Jyil-^-i i %.^' :r'.yf-h :^f!^e$plipivwgVoirie£teafclea^ received at the Xaijds ^Office on 7Wf dnes^ay last, ; sach casej; 1P^ne^'Gbq4;V'Janara TnmJ;; I'TliomaJs' ;Gr.'' TaJ^or was yiMv^i^^^...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

Hi ... . .L.^ ? .. „ — ^ ? —^ ? : — 7T ? . J, ;. — r — ^ — . ? . . — . ;. . ,; — tt.' ?iitected--.;1 witib - :pie|:*onstracfeoii' -pr tauks ? and /AVliiisc/Mjjvoula^e^jmnaKi.iiJ. J'«p,. wJ^e.'a too-. evidence contained in. tlie papers, and which are but exparte evidence, there is yet suffi cient in them to show that by his action in calling for them Mr. Waddell has rendered a service to the country, if only the country (or those' governing it) will see and take advantage of this service. Even if we pat aside the question as to the truth or other wise of the charges of incompetence if not of something worse contained in the papers, it is evident from them that the peculiar posi tion towards each other of the Mines and Public Works Department, and which is one of divided responsibility, is resulting in an incalculable amount of harm to the 'country at large. Instead of the State which pays the officials liberally getting a fair return for its money, it appears to be one depart ments ....

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HIGH CLASS WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

--1^fcCLA^JML.il Tui: following fj-opi tiie Jwsd-rtit^Q^ w^Sii^JHI ^centlyeA&d ty Mr. SdOhU WlS'lm bower will be of interest. Jt c°a^^TOa mu^L ? of fleeces from the stud- fl^Jsto^^Blr. ^alafflf - Bootii. of Gunbower, »ear Bchu^. A%j,eJH; pension of ]£r.' E. W. VWVJkA :fiock)* W Levels, South Austaalia,. ,'|^& years aj* tt Booth' was » lavgc Vnyer, -i.m' tlie ' fleeces Ajr hibited are. we nuderststud, grown by shee*gm,; fi-om-Pitt blood--?;Xwo liunoi!|a*lHa}ces troflHH| ~ four too tli eves arc shown, wladigive th^PUBHt average weight of 12lb. «|a^: The w«ol nBf long in staple, and, though decidedly robust jHw, gards quality, and & little yoysf, is neverHicwEj a very useful diaracter. T'TOaams' fleebegH also exhibitttl, oue IWcliing^lb.^ ISoz., ''iaB1 weight, and tlie otbjgklTlb- ^Sp^.;-'TiieKjnloc9B much the 'same tj^^swie ew^Jfieecfcs rtfecMi' above, the lT^lb-meece being, pi yeiy greatTfflB, while the otlier one was'not'quife'^6'long-'tuJBK' tallied more gre...

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HAUNTED ME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

t-s^^^^^^^w^^i^^^t ..''t»Skv;i»'&lfcfoWr.Weut^^ou;^^ii'3re^'-vourT^ ^^w|ffllffi'3S / M;!|''' ? ,' '(''????..?'C. ?,'.'' 7r/''i;,|l., i/:.': ;?

Publication Title: Western Herald
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DID NOT NEED A GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

DID NOT NEED A GUN A gentluma^* was conversing with an Idaho minister whom he happened to meet on a railroad train. * You have been preaching in the west for several yeas, I understood you to say, did 1 not '?' he inouired. [, * Yes, for the last twenty years,' replied f the minister. I , You kno,' continued the eastern man, ; * how we sometimes read of ministers in your I country frequently having to go into the pul ? pit with a revolver to use in maintaining j order in a turbulent congregation. Is there fi anything in it ' I. ' Oh, yes, I have known ministers to do it, \ but I consider it entirely unnecessary/ i ' That was always my idea, too.' *Ob, yes ; yes, altogether unnecessary,' re ' turned the preacher. 'Besides, it always seems to me in. very poor taste for a minister f of the gospel, preaching peace on earth and [ good-will towards men, to go around tied to a hip-cannon. Yes, a gun is wholly un ? called for,' continued tbe good man, as he took a roll of sermons in his lef...

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"THE HUMBUGS." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

'THE HUMBUGS' The eud of tbe last and the early years o£ the present century was fertile in cariouB London Clubs. Thrre was one instituted by tlie notorious roue, Lord Barrymore, :better known as ' Hellgate Barrympre,' hie - two brothers being called — one '* Cripplegate/ on account of Mb lameness ; tlie other 'New- gate,' because it was said lie had seen the in side of evdiy prison in Europe ; while his sister, on account, as Mrs. M&laprop says, of her ' nice derangement of epitaphs,' was well ^uStned * Billinsgate.' Tlie club referred to was named 'The Blue Bottle,' or 'The Humbugs,' its meetings were held in a tavern uuder Convent ', Garden' Piazza, and it was called ' The Humbugs, ' on account of the manner in which member:* weie initiated. The candidates wtre always introduced at the same time, and ihe p-iiol was to set them quarrelling as soju as they were seated. Itjdid not matter how trivial might be the cause of difference, the members would take opposite sides, and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

y ftot check us '' f —Readc f -v-!if-d-'iiii}' ; JliVSS to juiv |^|-ave copied it rfeiyiid stum* iu Jrour oriainaliiy jp.no, laughing. jp1 evfiyiliing !ni! JFrin'liTiduil -'O|iy- crn Hjftad t'ost y--u j-iicIi ^jpsj* * wa'ly foil very 3^ Ajd how it bad been ' ^ \ ^cKery. ie aconcpired fool,' .'yon a'-e always ridi ^ *' eaid Vivienne, with hit so b»d as tlmt. I k a ffreat rfea! of y..ur *se ft is excusable*. Tlie pt* enfant ga/e-sa long.' Sand d,' he ausu cror', ' himself at Iser words re ijofhf, Madcmois l]-? -e been so little nevus ion, or to the denial of liavn For my heart. tha» ' too ready Jo bfliere I hat e arc one and tbc same -ffc^i-pl, 1 should imagine,' JPi and one which will not MMlM.' Jk^I^K of latf,'' he ausweiv.1, JBfafo'miki tin: to greater esrnpst. Tte#etB is nue gift I covet a)] ^BNrfeir inukes uie a coward at ?P^nofguehS what that gift is, m/fo »ie answered oaljiih, almost ^^^?fi ftr,tlie.wa5= already wearied of i^»coinj)aUiousin'|» and empty c--ur- ^^Rnjlbirig thas ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERS HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 18 February 1888

CORRESPONDENCE TO THE EDJTOll OF THE ' -WESTERN HERAJ.D.' Sik, — As a Christian man, and one who lias had the misfortune to lose many of my nearest relations . :md dearest f riemls, I must ask you to endeavour to find room to insert the following : — . In pursuing uiy ordinary profession-, 'viz. , that of travelling agent, it is my lot to call at ahnost-every township- in ? New South Waies, and some years siuce I was in the habit of doing the same in Victoria, and -iny experience,- which extends over nearly a quarter of a ceutury, shows that in those lown wuicu uuv« a. «eiuew;ry care ana caste nuve 'jecn dispkj'ed in the selection of tlie spot where the bodies of our -departed ones -are to find their last long resting place. In many of these towns I have been most' forcibly struck with the evident ittention which is now bestowed upon them — the _ Jences always kept in good repair, the palhs kept carefully weeded, and the way in which their relatives who have the inclination aud oppo...

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