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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

? ? ? i^;*lUlftl:lislicd;|i83i1;iJfiroi;;'oral-4)»i^^i:v!i'^?rc'i Eiseiri? for E(juiHsafio:i yi Pivnieiifls £135,000.; (, Bourke Branch; (Opened 186b) ,,: tails rdifrounted ; ibeqprfi f an^^joi^erSj^EoUfctfii^ i drafts ieBued,vaiid «H1'V«suBJJ'1lJaiit?ng.i'l)usiiieffi.;firaiis ?abted.'i'.v;!.;!' i-vh ??,????. vi /.;??:' a, .[:.?, ; ?-'???.- ;V:'h ':??.? ?''.?. ??:?? r'^.V- :')'.?;. :' ? i'- ?.'??;; , . ?:.???..-.?...?.???'????.?? '?^?;ajfe-BSS(p]^^ ' ' ? '? -:HEM)::0FFK3SiriSYD^¥::i;::'v'';ii-^'lV;'i|''* ? ? ??:The;-''':;Lqnd^ ' ' ' '??BOiU:3i,KJfi^B:'E^^GH;.::?.::;:;l;,l? ?.,'- ? . ':.';? , ? and Strath Australia, ~;',r_ /'';;—/'?'' ,?? ? ? ? ?',.'? ' ????:?-'? :'iyjMie..y;-'\i\S\' ?.;?.;,'? ,;.:.;. I1 ??;??? '' ??/*?. J:A5-'lii-: -y»wfc «^.';~.:iV, :-':: ' ';- ' ?.'?'.' i'f. .'???? : li;';'''-:i'. , Coini^iMoniry^r.J^kmgiijBffidjisiift^orfgl^wfiaga.': LAND ifc :^WSf:;^SAliSMlsi;i (]Sext tlie Royal Hotel.) Regular .Horse - Sales throiiglio lit ?..; 'i;i '-;??? ?????:??'??.'?? -:*;?...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald Office, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE Western Herald Office, Feidat evexixg Since our last the weather has displayed an in creasing umggiiiess which it is not improbable may culminate in rain, as it is now overcast and calm, - the clouds being low and threatening A similar condition is reported from other centres. K1YEB EKPOET. The river locally continues to rise, but the pro babilities of a big river are doubtful. The follow ing are the reports up to this morning. Mungnndi 14ft Gin stationary, Mogil 15 ft falling, Walgett, Barwon 28ft 2in l-ising, Nbmoi 25ft Sin rising, Bre warriua 7ft rising, Bourke 4ft Gin rising, Loath 7ft Sin rising, Tilpa 2ft rising, Wilcannia 5ft falling. The Culgoa, Liree and Bokhara are all reported as rising, the former giving promise of a good body of water. STOCK MOVEMENTS. 330 fat cattle from Norley, and 1000 fat sheep from Nulty, were trucked to-day. Several lots of cattle are approaching on the Enngonia road. At Deniliquin, says the Pastoral Times, the weather during...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

K RICH & CO., General Merchants, Forwarding and omnmsion AGENTS. \ BOUHKS. Also at 95 PITT STEEET, SYDNEY HAVE received per rail at Bourke this week1: — '. 6 Tons 10 Steel Wire 227 Bags Queensland Sugar 3&3 Pieces Oregon = 3 Bundles Harness Leather 75 Sacks Salt : 7 Casks Soda Crystals 5 Packages Turnery 12 Cases Ale 31 Cases Groceries : 2 Cases Earthenware 15 Gases Ironmongery . 2 Bales Bedding ? 40 Kegs White Lead 10 Bars Irou 29 Pine Doors 3 Cases Drapery 2 Packages Drugs 2 Cases Bass Brooms ,4 Cases Confectionery 25 Pairs Window Sashes 179 Lengths GalvanizedJPiping 3 Bundles Clotheslines ? 8 Gases' Patent Medicines 25 Boxes Candles 2 400-Gallon Tanks 10 Cases Brandy 5 Boxes Tobacco 10 Cases Cordials 2 Packages Furniture 5 Bundles Sheet Iron Also— 242 Packages Sundries on Consignment. E. RICH & CO. J. IT. SITTER & GO. STOCK, AMP STATION AGENTS HUGHENDEN, QUEENSLAND. Full Plakis Supplied to Deovies WESTERHJCRONffiONGERY C0-a WHOLESALE & RETA...

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PADDINGTON ELECTION. Sydney, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

PADDINGTON ELECTION. Sydney, Feb. 24. The result of the recount of Uie votes given at the recent Paddingtou election has Increased Allen's majority from 14 to 36.

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PARLLAMENTARY. Sydney, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

PABLlAilENTAiEiY. Svdiiev, Feb. 24. In the Assembly, Dibbs charged Garret* with ha\^ been drunk ftr a whole week. Gari ett said it was a lie. After debate tlie second reading of the Land Bill was adjourned for a week.. * Dibbs has giveu notice of two motions to ston the erection of tlie State House. Dibbs will bring before a Committee o£ the Whole the expediency of introducing a Bill to appropriate £150,000 from the pro ceeds of the sale of the Centennial Park allotments towards ttie erection of tlie Par liament House, in lieu of tlie State House.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

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"OULD IRELAND." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

'QUIrt IRELAND.' Once more the Taylor-Carrington 'Called Back' company has appeared before a Bourke audience, .having last night presented 'Ould Ireland' at Deignan's Hall. This company having invariably maintained its previous efforts with success it was only to be expected that a good house should as sembly to meet thuin on their further appearance. Ihe plot of this piece was briefly pourtrayed in our last issue and certainly the promise lielS out by that earlier mention was amply redeemed last ing situations, and good acting fully' justified ''the undoubtedly favorable opinionpreviously conceived by those who formed part of the well satisfied audience. A noticeable accessory to the appoint ments of this company is the manner in which its pieces are staged, some of the scenes, whichhave all to be conveyed from place to place, being excellent. The other appointments were all fully up to the high standard maintained by Mr. Taylor's company. Regarding the play itself the frequent app...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The ordinary meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Wednesday last at the Council Cham bers, the following being present,' Messrs. Danicll (Mayor), Colless, Bloxham, Donohoe, Hardwiek and Gray. The previous minutes having been confirmed, correspondence was read and dealt 'with as follows : — From Mr. J. T. Gray, resigning his position as acting Town Clerk It was decided to send Mr. to-ray a letter m acknowledgement of his services and to pay him one weeks salary in excess. Permission was granted to Mr. Ford to remove sand from lane on the North Bourke road. In reply to the application from Messrs. Michael and CoDier, in reference to the position of special auditors, a letter was sent informing them that the Governor had already made the appointment. Mr. D. R. Corrie's application to erect a sign board in Stui-t-street, was refused. ' In reference to a letter from the Colonial, Secre tary, the Mayor said a requisition containing 51 signatures had already been ...

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TELEGRAMS. COBAR GAOL FATALITY. Cobar, Feb 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

TJOMSGEAMS COBAR GAOL FATALITY/. . Cobar, Feb. 23. At tlie police jcouH; yesterday, actmg G*oler Smith was cotuinitted for trial to the Dubbo Court oE-iuirter Sessions for liomi_ cide, in a case aris^gput of *he death of Jolm Samuels, who recently died, from the effects of a blow in Cobar -5aol.

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ROUGH RIDING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

KOUGH-RIDING CONTEST The contest between Ledgerwood and Mullens for £20 aside, each main to ride two buckjiunpers, came'off on Wednesday lastron the piece of ground fronting the Carriers' Arms HofceL Considerable interest was created by the match as shown by the large attendance of spectators of ail classes. In ?fact 'iiie- gathering was highly representative. Mullens having won the toss was the first to per form,' but bis horse a weedy colt,' could hardly be included in the category of buck-jumpers even with a great stretch 'of imagination. Ledgerwood foll ,owed -with the identical cob which formed the subject of a wager some -weeks back, and at once shoved his horsemanship, and won the hearts of the onlookers, by giving the Horse a fair chance to show its ability as a buck-jumper. Ledgerwood who holds the reins In one&and only, uses the whip with theotherjwith.everyjumponthepartof the horse, in great 'contrast to Mullen's more careful style. Each competitor rode a second h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

?ppUed^TaeSfpropeWf^^Wo-teff'^ bl-£A&g# it anything that insures- ^goodcrhealth.- ? iPa.^ BEr,i, s Kidney and Liver) BEEWB|4o-fliis. It is nature'* great mpedv It isaimlA'JHit 'eJBclait catliaric and acljuigiifcihe same time1 oil tlieilive^flfeidiieyi^ and bo4reis;vit relieves all 'tlS&sre'vorgaii5'&nd;en&]lSea3: them to perform their duties perfcctlyr- , .It has wonderful'i»wer., - ??» . lr r. i - - . ^. _Ef,l3?'*S A,^OJLD4TA^EilE3ST\n - '' l '; To say 'that anylmean3^eis-'tl'iievei-V''3flaowji £o fail/, butijis stated^enipBatSiBa^y^iy Uie propric-, tors of Dr.' BeUV'tKSdn^y-aMd'livdr) Bitters.-' The ' medicme-iis ia1 speeificifor'«lise)ises~i)fifiie .{ladncysj liver, and bladder. and^M amputation of thii-fcy years' standiug. AND DARLING RIVER ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. London, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

LOSBOK WOOL MARKET. ' ' London, Feb. 23. Competition in 'woo! is brisk but jthe market is unchanged. - ' -'

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Permission to connect with -the water mairihas been granted to Messrs. Martin, Broome, and Nevile. An application for a C. P.,ionthe'Sourke special area, of 160 acres,' was lodged'at fhe' Lands Office yesterday by liloyd Surrey, the deposit an' 'respect of same being JC32. Further news shows that the report as* to a rab bitter having ljeen affected by & disease supposed to hav&been caught from a rabbit; is not-substantiated and is highly improbable. It is more that probable that a young ladies seminary 'will shortly be opened in JBourke by the Misses Auckland. From what -;wer cam; learn we hare every reason to suppose ,th*fc ithe !advent of such an institution would be wannly welcomed by a large number of residents, while the growing im portance of this townjustifies'tneattttcipationtliatthe undertaking would also prove satisfactory to those initiating it. A special Licensing Court will be held on Mon day next, 27th instant, A cricket match, likely...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

The figures put before the half-yearly meet ing of the shareholders of Hudsoit Bros., limited, are worthy of careful consideration. From the balance sheet it appears that in the past twelve mouths this company has re duced its liability by £150,000, viz., from £203,344 at Dee. 31st, 1886, to £53,145 at the end of 1887. Surely this, as the result of ane year's work in a peculiarly depressed period, must be considered as satisfactory, and as a complete answer to the demand for protection, for the industry or industries with which this company is concerned. If pro teefcion had been the policy of this country it is extremely doubtful if these profits would in any way have been exceeded, whilst it is quite evident that the consumers would have had to pay a largely increased price. The result of the debate on Mr. Dibbs' motion to repeal, that porjbion of the Cen tennial Celebration Act dealing with the State House can j -hardly -fee viewed with satisfaction. The ;idea from the first has b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

PSALMS. (revised). Hear this, all ye people, aud give car all ye air alt is of the world, bell's bitzebs will niak« you well and to rejoice. ?2. It shall cure all the people and put sickness and suffering under foot. 3. Be thou not afraid wheu your family is sick, or you have BrigUt's disease or liver Complaints, for bell's BiTTEits will enre you. . 4 Botli low and high, rich and poor know the value of bell's bitixbs for bilious, nervous and Rheumatic compLunts. .3. Cleanse me with iuaxs bixtees aud I shall have robust aud blooming health. 0. Add disease upon disease aud let the worst come, I am safe if I use bkll's kitteks. J. For all my life have I 1 eeii plagued \vitli sickness and sores, and not until a, year ago was I cured by beu,,a bittee^. S. He that keepeth his bones from aching from Rheumatism aud Neuralgia, with bell's bitters doth wisely. 9. Though thou hast sores, pimples, freckles, salt rheum, erysipelas, blood poisoning, yet bell's BrrrjiKS will remore them all. JO. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

Mr. White — ' What -lo vou think yon will do in the nt'Xt world V Coloured party—* Nuffin— if tliey will let me.! Ainoiig the goile — Father {to his sou, who is lean ing ov«r too far) — * My hoy, mind you don't fall the scats in -the pit are four times as dear V ? . «

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CONVICT COLONISATION. Spectator, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

CONVICT COLONISATION. Spectator, That Australia, with her advancing wealth, civilisation, aud pride of youth, should look with alarm upon the French depots of de pravity, that her chief men. should have fore seen llie coming troubles at an earlv day, siii'i that they should now see only a rein forcement of the uiisciiief ia the illegal sci'&^i- bi' the New Hebrides, is creditable. 10 lie* the it, and in no wise astonishing when we coiis'dei' llie kin I of convicts wlio are de poiled to tlie Jraeinc. JNo one who has stu iiei the iVeuoh newspapers will fail to renumber a score u£ cases which, had ihev occurred m this country would have brought the delinquents to the gallons amidst uni versal escalation. .Not only in Paris, but throughout the Departuidii.-;, murder and outrages of an excsptioa-dly Kutlisruae type frequently occur, and are followed by Hie conviction, but not the execution, of the criminals. Tue details beiraj a hirdnt-Ss, a low cunning;, a basB selfishness, aud ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

'waited IJIIR^TOLASS'HEAMS to load for COBAR and H NYJMAGEE— Bate of Carriage (Is) One Shilling per 3bon per mile. * i 'WB-IGm? HE ATON& CO, .Limited, ..Nyngan. ^A^E^-A^enerf^^^Applyto ' -Sir ANTED smart lad for the Oflice. - , fV ^ Apply, X AlSDEBSOlf ana Co , , ^rjI ,T Bourke.;, \ - n --? - ? - - -? ? i ? *^j TEflDEES WAN3CED.. , , l^OR Buiiuing a SHOPand DWELLIKGflOJffSE V 'attached. Foi particulars of plan -etc /f'1 i .. , t lAjJPlyrto -,j , JOSEPH (X)tLESS. n o

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

BREVITIES. The South Australian Premier ou Tuesday told a deputation from the Safiara district that he favours M. Pasteur's chicken cholera theory. Patrick Stapleton, an unmarried man, aged, 41 years, was killed on the Cairns Railway yesterday. While blasting, a shot niissed fire, and. wliilc «n dcayouring to ascertain , the cause it exploded, blowing Stapleton's skull nearly off. Serious bush fires nave' again occurred' in the Albury district, and great damage, to property has been done. .- ? . ?, . A horrible case of juvenile depravity is reported ' from Melbourne, where a little girl G years old was. assaulted by a boy of 12. ;' - ' ' Of the 1,383 inquests held during the year, 195 cases occurred in which, death was attributable dir ectly or indh-ectly to intemperance. , , ,.???'. ? The ^^Kortii Wesibern Carrying Association, which waafctaried at Narrabiisome eighteen montliE ago, has definitely broken up. owing to an utter want' of un animity amongst.ite members. ;- 'News lias 1...

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QUESTIONS IN THE SOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

i QUESTION^ Iff THE HOUSE. In : reply to Mr. Waddell, Mr. Inglis said instruc tions for the survey -of the road between ;Byrock and Gongolgau were Issued on^OctoVer 27 last, but tlie plan had not y&oeeri received.' ' ?' In reply to a questiou askel by Mr. Waddell,. Mr. Inglis, for Mr. 'Sutherland, on Wednesday last, said that the Cobai- res ryoir bad been con structed, |but ou .account, of ihe. decrease in the ininiuff industrv^ the extra exr- ? use for laying pipes from the reservoir to the tow i -lia:d pot been in curred, pending a revival of vhe business and a deniatid for the water, ? ;'If *l : s'lould --be : found »n ' further inquiry that the , wor:. of connnecting the reservoir with the town w-.s necessary, and rc muneratixt; it would be done, Mr. Garret*, in reply to Mr. ' Stokes, lor Mr. Waddell, said that it Mas true that the rabbit-proof fenbe from Bourkc to .Baningan was. constructed in jBUcli a way that it cut ou a large part of. the Bourke 'town commoii, and le...

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