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SERIOUS BUSH FIRE Sydney Feb. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

SERIOUS BUSH FITtE Sydney Feb. 21. 20 miles of country around Gundagai were in a, blaze yesterday.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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CRICKET MATCH. Sydney, Feb. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

CRICK 1ST MATCH. Sydney, leb. 21. Tn the Cricket match, Vernou's team against N. S. Wales, the latter have 4 wic kets down in their seeoud iimiu^s for 135. Later. To-day *k cricket resulted as follows : — Jones 40, Barton 22, Turner 45, Garrett 12, Allen 4, Wearne 1 1, Richardson not out 30. Total, 252. Englishmen, second innings— Abel run out 0, Stoddart c Turner 0, Two wickets down for 67 runs.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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FRENCH NAVAL FORCE. Sydney, Feb. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

FRENCH NAVAL FORCE. Sydney, Feb. 21. Rear Admiral Lo Fevre and a number of officers and marines arrived yesterday en route to Noumea to join the flag ship of the French fleet in (he l';tciiio.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

WANTED.'- Situation \us HOUSEKEEPER by nsspectaJjiLe woman -with, i&st-class Befs. Close to or in Bourke preferred. Apply BOURKE LABOR EXCHANGE, Stiu-t Street. 117 ANTED smart Lad for the Office. W Apply, J- AN DEBSOK' aacl Co. , Uonrke. IjlOTt BuiWing a SHOP aud DWELLING HOUSE ] attached. Foi.particulars of plan etc. Apply to ? JOSEPH -J )LLESS. Words of Warning and Com.'jrt. *lf *ou are suffenng from i-oor hcaUli or ' la.nguialitns.on a bed of sickness, take chec-. 'Hyouareainplyailiiisorif you feel ' ' weak nai disjiuited, * without clearly Jmovr 1 ing wlijr, Dr. Soule-fi American Hop Biiiars ' will surely cure you.-' If 5 ou arc a minister, and have taxed yourself wiUi your pastoral duties, 01 a mother uorn out with care and work,-or a mau of business or labor, weakened fjy tJie strain of youi everyday du- . ties, or a suau of letters toiliug over your miduiglit Tork. Dr-Souie'i Americnu Hoj- Bitlei-s « :11 most surely strengthen you. If you are suffering from over-eatin...

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

.STOCK MOVEMENTS. (?„? Barringun corrcspondeut Aviites, under date ^SffTiustaut — 'Die following stocks passed through here yesterday. 4S0 fat cattle owner J. Jen kins t-4. from Mongalore station l-ound for llourkc, j. Cadgoar iu clinrgc, aud to-ilay passing 5500 fat sliecp from Bnri-auhilla Station, owners Cohl) aud i'^ lumii.1 for Bathurst. W. Kitznataick iu charge lfusincss very dull. Weather pleasant. RklDOK -CROSSINGS. Tlic following are the crossiugs at the Darling J.i-idcc, North lk-urke for tbe week eudiu« ISth J-'cljruiry. -On the 14th. 980 cattle from llavens wootl, travclliug S5outli for sale, A. Broad owner, James Ledgcrwood iu charge, J. Anderson and Co , agcuts. (5G from Uourke to Actou Hill, AV. Wyatt owner in charge, 115 from Weilmoringel to Bourke, W. £. MciliUeu laud Ck)., -owners, W. Robins iu charge. ISth, 13S0 from Richmond 3)owus, travelling for sale, J. and W. Christain owners, C. ChUlcott iu charge, J. Andcrsou and Co., agents. 332 from Norley to Sydney. F. \...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

BREVITIES. An interesting featine of the Victorian loan of £l,.'JO0 000 floated recently is that the high price obtained for the stock amounts to a gift to the col ony of £] 20,000. It iscalculattd that if tliis sum be invested jit compound interest, it would, in 30 years amount to sufficient to pay off the loan, which is redeemable at the end ot tliat tune. The Canadian game of lacrosse is becoming very popular in the south of England. Australia and New Zealand are the two largest tea-drinking countries of the world, save of course, Russia. The Australian colonies drink an average of 7-fifilb of tea per head of the population. In New Zealand the average is 7 '23. On Saturday two Adeliade troopers were in dulging in a race on horse back. They ran into a trap, driven by a Mr. lad The latters mare Lad both its hind legs broken, and had to be shot. One of the troopers was hurled yards away, while his liorse landed on the trap on top of the occupants, who escaped with a shaking. A Colli...

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FRANCO-GERMAN FRONTIER DIFFICULTY. London Feb. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

,« FRANCO-GERMAN FRONTIER !? DIFFICULTY. 1 London Feb, 20. I The gamekeeper charged with shooting I De Bregnan on the Franco-German frontier I has been acquitted. I

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NANCARROW AND BARTLETT [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

N'AXCARKOV AND B.VETLliTT Under date Bonrke, February 20th report :— 27 horses yarded last Saturday at our Commercial Yards. There was an improvement in the de mauil ou the previous Saturday. The attendance was good and the bidding brisk. Amongst the principal buyers were Messrs. Fcnnell, Macrae, Wadgcn, && We disposed of 13 head,- besides two waggonettes and harness, packsaddles. ex: We also sold privately on account of Mr. Ken nedy one draught horse to Mr. J. B. Jones at a satisfactory figure, also on account of Messrs. Cobb and Co., one waggonette to Mr. TobinI We also hclda-jgenfiral ;sale -at our Commercial Sale Rooms last Thursday morning, and disposed of a large quantity of flour, sugar, rice, furni ture, &c.

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HEAVY FLOODS IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

HEAVY FLOODS IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Sunday. Between -3.30 p.m on Friday, and 6 pan. on Saturday, '20 inches 72 points of rain fell at Rockhampton, The greater part of the town was under water, boats plying to some crossings, buL water quickly ran off. Many people are flooded our. ]n North Itockhamp ton a house belonging lo Mr. Eckersley, former manager and inspector Central Railway, was washed away. Eckersley was inside at the time, but got out, and was washed away by the torrent, and drowned. The body was recovered on Saturday. The house was lifted a distance of 50ft. and de posited on the bank of a c eek. Roadways in many places 'were damaged. Several houses in Central lioekhamptou were washed out, and some bridges washed away. At back of Athelstone Ran«e is one sea of water as far as the eye can reach, and people living there are driven from their homes. It is rumoured that selectors in Lion Creek had losr, a quantify of stock. Many tradespeople had goods damaged by wa...

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EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, Feb. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

m ? 1 EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, Feb. IS. ; Italy and Spain liave mutually arranged , to protect their respective interests in the ^ Mediterranean. : London, Feb. 19. ? A feeling prevails in official -circles in 1 Berlin that the prospects of the outbreak of r war in Europe are more serious. Russia ||§ lias now 800,000 'troops massed on, the H| Austro-Gerinan frontier. The German resl Wt dents on the frontier are leaving.' - In the K event of war between Bussia and the allied ? powers, the French intend to cross the H| IPranco-Gerinan frontier at*' Basle, -and - offer H to protect the Swiss neutrality. The Swiss X Government replied that the Landstruin will mm occupy the line of the Jura. Switzerland; apt- will accept assistance if necessary. It is jffl- generally reported that Germany 'lias ar §B ranged for an alliance with Belgium, Hol && land, and Spain. S Germany has agreed not to hinder the WK& occupation by Spain of a part of Morocco in jHg the event o...

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J. ANDERSON AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

J. A2TDERSOS- AXD -X-. . Report having this week sold, on accouut of Messrs J. and W. Christaiu of BriiKHngabba station 3000 GaudS tooth wethers at a satisfactory price. Having trucked to Homcbush '320 fat cattle from F. W. Armytage Esq's Norley station consigned to Messrs. J. Leeds aud Co. The demand for all classes of sheep continues active and we have now several large lots undergoing inspection of which we hope to import sale in our next The demand for store cattle continues active in spite of the low rates ruling At present for fats in tbc Homcbush market

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MR. PARNELL'S AMENDMENT. London, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

MR. PARJsTELIfS AMENDMENT. London, Feb. 19. Di the House of Commons the debate on Mr. ParueU's amendment to the Address in reply 10 the Speech from the Throne was concluded to-day. The discussion revealed no new aspects of the Jrish question. Mr. Gladstone, in supporting the action ai William O'Brien, emphasized his sympathy with the plan of campaign and the tactics of the National League. He declared thaj. Mr. Parnell and Mr. O'Biien were the re presentatives of the Irish nation, while the Government only icpresciited a party. Mr. Balfour answered Mr. O'Brien, and cited strong facts which ' went to show that the condition of Ireland was improved since the operation of the Crime.-- Act. Mr. Gosehen charged M.r Gladstone and the leaders of the Parnellite party with direct endeavors to thwart the operation of the law. The House divided on Mr. Parneils amendment with the following result : — For the Govern ment, 317 ; for the ameudment, 229 ; majority for the Government, 88.

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited,' report fnoni Melbourne on 17th February--.—' Offered 1866 1-ales wool, sold 1360 bales ; attendance good ; market somewhat easier, in sympathy with London advices, except- superior greasy which is uncliauged. Greasy realiscd9.\ cross bred, SJ: lamb, 7||;washed 12f, scoured, l^Jd.'

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TELEGRAMS. POLICE ADMINISTRATION Sydney, Feb. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

I TEL KG RAMS. I POLICE ADMIN FSTRATIOfc. F ; Sydney, Feb. 21. K The Inspector General of Police proceeds 'M to England, tq- compare the systems o£ Police S ad minis fciatibn in. the home countries.

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M. PASTEUR AND FOWL CHOLERA [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

Iff. PASTEUR AND FOWL CHOLERA M. Pasteub is now aa old man — some 65 ypni's of age — and he who has battled with the examination of disease ie himself en feebled fay ill-health. Yet apparently kis energy remains unabated. The facade of a little house in the Rue des Tanneurs, .bears a plate upon which are inscribed in letters of gold, the following words . — ' Here was born Louis Pasteur.' The house is humble, for die life of his father was a rough one. Former]}' a soldier, he afterwards earned bis liviiie as a tanner. His wife was full of Jf ?«(rciilhuaia8in ; 6Jie was, it is esid, agitated by m thoughts above the level of her modest life, m and both parents watched with ceaseless if solicitude over their 'liltle Louis,' their S givat aim being to 'make him an educated H man.' How well iu the end have they P succeeded ? H Pasteur's father took upon himself the H t.isk of superintending his son's lessons ; but if for the first few years Louis showed himself J§ chiefly an adept at dra...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. Feb. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

LONDON. WOOL MARKET. Feb. IS. . The wool sales arc- characterised hy more spirit Best classes of merino combing wools maintain the opening prices. . Medium aiid inferior scoured and greasy sorts are barely equal to the best December rates. Foreign buyers took Hhrec-fifttis of -;d)e ? quantity offered, the Americans secured 3000 i-alcs.

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PRECEPT AND PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

^JPltEGEPT AND PE-ACTIGE: rv/di^^jti.'fj:, r.*..:'j-- ?.??»... ??? „ j:.-. .'.,.- ?..i..-:'' '? ' ? 'r -? ?,'.-: \ fir'',- - ?-!.,.., /;» :??- ??? ? : ? ?^jqonj^ftVj paper iu Missouri, in apologising for She'lifeiscncejbiite'JtemperancMfcolunMj,-;^ 'It . w^kvouj intention to ha»e a/uH teinpoj^jice column PuB«ivoekyi»uts«ve*1iav« be«u' disappointed, 'febmc time,agowij .engaged Colonel M'Fcsberagc to.do iihi^woife&^5:'flalier ourselves -Uiat'fac'-niaJflfe Iii3'' ! departuienti'airly eing \vith life, and let us i-cniark ^i^'flllikt^v(eryuiii^g aliout tliis paper hums a lively V tuneiijAt times it may have seeinetl that the 3i® Snaii&i^itdeifob Sfieaical ui 'its ^ Views' ami ^ ^ojnewnat*oo;*Tjgorous in Jus expressioua, but we fe^ iiiat-alLfBai: ,»nuided - nieh \vill cvoiloo^ these '?'? '{aulcs. ; Whence declared that all inanufacturers . ,-. : l»f«^isKey.ivere'd}ie'ves, and tJ»at /all' wliiskey. sel- ; ? lerfi-'e^e-cut'tiiroats, lie mayhave beeu aiittle too ?pung^nti sti...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK III. CHAPTER II. CONTINUED. AN "AFFAIRE DU COLUR." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

[ VIVIEME. I'Wm Sr THE apihoe of *'l5s:' Labt CoonETTE.' \m BOOKUl' 9 CHAPTER IL I'Wm COKTIKPED. !'B AJS 'AFFAIBE KU CCEUE.' i lw ' Difficulties spur us when they do not check us.' iwm —Eeade. {mm She was silent and embarassed. Lie to | fli liim she could not; equivocate ehe dared not; I '-'am ^et '10U cnl1'^ Snc tfJ' '''- °£ t'1e marquis * IBI aD|^ ^'s ?'ove — °^ l^ie tJoumcFS fie Yei'dreuii'e : S indi-rnation^iiid her ovri) refusal of this bril im Hant offer ? | 'mm ' Not quite all,' she said, with that stratme, - S- new-born shyness which saddened and per_ faK plexed him ; ' but all I can tell you, mon m meur.' B She would not uso any of those semi-false B hoods with which society cloaks Up uduicu K tiouable truths ! she would unt use those R| dainty equivoques, which are fo the world as HI masks in the ball room. No — better to pain fif him by witbeld confidence tlian deceive him H| by aoythiug not wholly tr^th. That be was Jm paiued she knew only too goon liy the shadow R on hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

GK B. M O D I N I, - Informs Ms Customers and the public in general that he lias ' THE X,AStGEST ISSOKTHENT OIF FIREAR3IS, 'Of ihe Latest Improvements of every description. Also, Large Stock of CUTLERY of every kind G. B. 3MT. apprises Jiis customers that he lias heen appointed Agent for the follow ing celeljr.vted _ Gmunakers:— J.a?Dlt,Dy.aud SOlfS, CHARLES BORWELL, JOHST RIGBY and Co., JUSI3PH LAUG and SOUS. CHI jOSBORNE and GO , THOMAS BLAND and SOX ; also, BUSSEY and CO., Manufacturers of aU feiuds of Sportsmen's requisites for the field. A large assc:±nie3it of various other makers always on hand, viz :— CKEESER, SCOTT, HOLLIS, & SONS, WEBLBY, BILEY, &a. Also from the best Continental and American makers. All -5oods will be faithfully Guaranteed at 60S G3SOR-G33 STRSST, SYDKSY. Where INSPECTION W ESTVITED. 3PEIOE LIST O 1ST APPLICATION, J. E. SALIER & Co., importers of H.P, later Jitflns, Iran Pipe (Lloyd & Lloyd's only,)! gas chandeliers, i Enam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 22 February 1888

TENDERS. nnENDERS will be received by the undersigned 1 up till noon oil 'SATURDAY,: «»?« 25th hist., for the erection of a. TWO, STOREY BRICK BUILDING.1:.'' ' ' -^.r^v,, -..,;. ..;??: ?-?.?-- / '??— ? ;, For particulars ami specifications apply to 1 E.M.'LUSCOMBE, i ? ' ?'. Adelaide Street, ????'? ?...?..'.?? ,.,.?(..'.'.',:: ? ?:?:?;-?'' :v;Bourke. j '? £1 EEWMtD ? ??...-.;: .-,. ? __^Li;.' f '?'' ? ': :-' '? ' ' . ??'?,' -'? T OST from town, RQA^ YEARLING- FILLY; j Jj hind legs cut by wire, branded faintly with 2 V«#». in two places. Above reward on delivery at this j office. '' ?,'.:''??? ' . ? ?' ??????' ?? ? ? * ' ? ?''?'''.''-' ' UIURSDAl^Srd FEB. AT 2.30 ???p.m. - HAVE received instructions from Messrs Phillips 'i and Grogan to sell by Auction, at' their Yards, back of the Royal ....... , - 2 MOBS of HORSES (good Haeks and light Harness) ? ? ., ?. ? ......Also—' . ' ??.'?? .;, '? VEHICLES, &c. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ' T) ANKEN & BLOXHAM have been appointed J\-...

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