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VIVIENNE. BOOK III CHAPTER III(CONTINUED.) TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

VflNENNE. Br the auihoe of ' Mr Ladt Coouexte.' BO0KHI CHAPTERIIJ( COMTIHTJED.) TREACHEEY. ' She's beautiful, and therefore to be wooed; She is a woman— therefore to be won.' Shakespeare. And thinkiug of the loyal trust of the boy artist, the pure and faithful worship he had render «'i tiiis pirl, Kapul de Verdieuil cur bed ai d rpstramed bitnself with a 1 I lie force and might of In* iron will, and butt-axed not to Vivienne St Maurice the love that was was tinp his life and consultant his heart with . the fevar of its own det-ires.the torture of itw passionate unrest. * * * ? * A eweet summer night ; a night on which fall the last lingering notes of a singer's voice through the op^n windows of Blanche de Verdi eml's pretty theatre at the chateau. », Thegueets are assembled ther«» to witness an opera produced by the joint exertions and indefatigable zeal of Albert Hoffman and Vivieune St Maurice. She has taken the chief part, and acted aud suug with a grace and pathos and abandon wh...

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

THE LEADING HOUSK IN SYDNEY. SOLE IMPORTERS OP THE ^^^Sb^,^ SOLE IMPORTERS OF THE * MIGNON ' PIANOS, jfl^^Hfl^ ' MIGH ON ' PI A.NOS, * THE MAGNIFICENT iiBBBw^^^BI^^^B^ THE MAGNIFICENT E 'NISCH PIANOS, /53^Wl^^^B&| K0NISCH P IAN0S» £ BECHSTEIN PIANOS VP^9fl|'|i^^SBR^ SECHSTEIN PIANOS, CLOUGH & WAJIREN \^^[^jjj^^ CLOUGB ft WARREN AMERICAN OEGA^NS. ^MEjjj|S|^^ AMEEICAB ORGANS NICHOLSON & Co., , MKiny unit deowge^sts^ Muaney. % .Persons .About &*- MirwM*Mi#-$ SHOULD YISIT CHARLES READ'S CITY CARPET, FLOORCLOTH, UPHOLSTERY, AND AND !? ?. ? ?-. ? J IJVJSPECT THE MEW DESIGNS Of Brussels, 'Velvet Pile, and Tapestry Carpets. Floorcloths, Linoleums, Damasks, Crete .net &c, &c., -fcc., from the best, manufacturers and designers in the world. C. R. having made arrange w-n is for regular shipments of the same, is in a position to offer them at Prices Not To Be Surpassed in the 5 colony. Furniture Upholstered, Bedding Re-made, Venetian Blinds, Curta...

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

m ' ' m TO LET. SHOP and RESIDENCE in Richard-street. Apply to ? m B- HESBLEB, M Bourke. m ' ? I BOUIIKE JOCKEY CLUB. H (Registered under A..J.G Rules.) m ANNUAL MEETING, 1888. H To be held in May I FIRST DAY. iX jj| Opksj\u HiXDicu', 40 bo vs. 1 mile aiid one m Sqcattjcks Purse, 40 sovs. 1 mile. II Boukki. Jockly Cixb Handicap, 100 sovs. 1J B mile S Stewards Pcksk, 40 bovs. Six furlongs. M: Corinthian Handicap, a sweepstake of 1 sow with. JH 20 sovs added, aud Bracelet value 25 sovs. pre S seated by Mr. \V. N. Willis, Brevarrina. 1 fS iniie- S Dhfosal Stakes, 50 sots. Seven furlongs. W SECOND DAY. w Railway Handicap, 40 sovs. 1 mile. S Ladies Bkacklet, value 25 sovs. -with 20 sovs « added. 1 mile and a distance. ;? Centra*. Australian Haxdigat, 200 sovs. 1| MB miles. X Fj^yixg Handicap, 40 sovs. .Seven furlongs. IB Sk.xa.tsg Race, 75 sovs. 1 mile and a distance B Darling Rivjje Handicap, 50 sovs. 1 mile and IK : one furlong. B Further particulars and conditions -in future mm issues...

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

^^T' ? ?- '?Bwra' Eh ? ?'-?.?♦» ji-3H . ^?. ..,.i . ^ia '^^^S 2 .-?§ ^- ^ ' ' ' ?? (? ? ? ? Mt O » 2 eS ?* £ '--^H r ' * -*^H u. '02 .*- o ? \^r ' *^^^.'' ' ? PC^ ' *_^ «' P M ; fft.''-''^» ?? '^ a) -^ ? ' ^~ FOR SALE. SPLENBID BUSINESS in Mitchell .Street. Im mediate possession. Small Capital required. Owner leaving the district. For further particu lars apply to — ifANCARftOW & BARTLUTT Auctioneers. BOURKE COMMONST' /CARRIERS are hereby informed tliat three days \J'. after arrivel on the COMMON they will be required to PAY COMMONAGE FEES m\ly in advance otherwise their stock will be iuipou i led. By Order, Bourke Comjioxs Tedsteks, JAS. T. -jRAV, Acting Town Cl:k. Municipal Chambers, Feb. 16th, 188S. J-B. WOOD AND COWPAUY LATE WOOD & HORWOOD, ' STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, WAGGA WAGOA. Agents for Macdermott, Loughnau |aud Sua1'1') Melbourne, Sydney aud Brisbraue Municipality of Bourke. t PPLICATIONS will be received from Persons A capaljle o...

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

FATALITIES The following details of th« occurrances briefly noted in our last, are taken from the Dublw Dis patch : Oh Monday last, William Geoige, aged. 37 years, employed as a fettler on llie railway line near Trail gie, went too work as usuaL 'fie was in particu larly good spirits, and 'after lie had been working for some time,' lie took up his shovel and was in tbe act of shovelling some 'ballast,' when lie was seen' tojieatn on die shovel, and -quietly fall down sideways. A fellow workman, who was about ten yards away, -came up at once, and found him quite , dead. An mqmry was held on Tuesday, Dr. War- ' rcn made a ? post mortem examinataqn. which .re vealed a large liydatid tumour of the heart. A finding in- accordance was recorded. ..Deceased leaves a wife and sis: children, ahnost unprovided ' -for. : '? ?.'? '.';: . .; ' : ''?. . ? , , ? : :'. :-? Attempted Suicide. —On Tuesday last, infor mation/was brought to Trangie chat . a. Jkangaroo shooter named Frederick Weaver had ...

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LOUTH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

LOUTfl NOTES {by bee.) I saw iu tlie Western flerafd some four or five weeks a«o a short description of a calf, down about Narrandera on which Dame Nature had played a strange trick, but there js at the present time a still more strange freak of nature to be seen ou Dmilop Station and that is a ewe with three legs and two tails.' The near fore leg is missing, tbere being no projection whatever -from, the shoulder, the skin there being quite smooth anil showing no sign of its beingiout of the common. The. second , tail shoots out from the vertebra and the radix of the usual tan. In addition -to . this tier eyes are oi ,, different colors one is quite a gas green -and the other a bright red.. The ewe appears to be in good, health and can travel as fast as any other. I can most Leartily endorse ?? '.Travelling AgenfcsV j letter which appeared in your last issue ' anent die Louth Cemetery and had hoped, J-y this mail to have m it you some account of a meeting held to CDUsider the questi...

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THE SUBMARINE BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

TFfi NEW «lTBlffAEINE BOAT. ' Aseiies'.of interesting taials wasiuade iu South ampton Water with the novel war machine which excited so much comment afthe Jub'lee naval re; view: TheBritisli Governmcutnand most of ^tiic.' foreign po'wcrs wcre'rcim-eseuted on the occasion. About two o'clock the Nordcnfelt, with Captain Garrett, her 4esiguer.in.'coinmaud,' left the docks, and steamed down towards tlie Solent, accompan ied by the visitorsiii .Afuyg.... .She went along, her supersb-ucture just above' water, v very «isily and quietly at about 11 knots, and showed herself pw fcctlv hand v aud under control. About 2700 yards from Calshot Castle the tug , anchored, the boat running cm to the lightship with tlie intention of .retairuing at full speed 'to liiake -aii imaguiaTy, at tack as a surface l-oat, tiat being the: mode which ' the inventor considers best for daylight -purposes, CoQiiogback at 17 knots, the wave thrown up by Iier jirow so completely covered all the boat except the conni...

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A FRENCH SCHEME FOB BRIDGING THE CHANNEL [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

ATfiENCH SCHEME FOR BRIDG ING THE CHANNEL Ab ja. yroof of 'tbe interest which Frenchmen take in the success of the Channel Tunnel scheme, every Iresh jqeunff which ^it encounters is -the Doth/ wZWe ^ra}-V^Parisx»rrespondent remarks) die signal foi idie renewal of Aichorusof groans and vituperation ?on this ^sidc of ihe -vater. The tunnel project, fcowcvpryjs vdoomed, and meanwhile another -plan for^'ilie comfort of the traveller and the develop jneutfapf trade J-efcween£ue two countries isjjeing Studied. 'It is €be reverse* jside of the medal *f *rainBT»^re not K- speed between England. «nd ?France snathe Ijo wels of Hie «arth, wny should tuey puui fewjaui^aLuug iu juia-atr, inaependent of -wind 5aji4 wave ? T neeS not remuuTyou ^j^i '^Jus ; is scarcely .a.novel idea j but it is Returning jto ihe front; and a company is to try to carry it through f£ HiefaiesfyijDromtiouB. The hridgeis intended toifeta«;'*»m ,Amuleteusc, on tnc French' coast ' running jalmpst ^uejiorfh to Folkestone^...

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HEALTH OF THE CROWN PRINCE, London, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

HEALTH OF THE CROWN PRINCE London, Feb. 23. I he Oowu Prince is somewhat better.

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

THE EUROPEAN -SITUATION. London, Feb. 22. The Government denied liiat any -engage Went of a naval »or military character Jias been entered into with Italy, ridiculed any hostile feeling towards France, and declared Uiat the peace of Europe was more assured 1hau it was a vearasro. Gladstone admitted that the foreign policy of Lord Salisb-3 y was generally sound Russia promises to witiidraw^er troops from the Galician.fe)ntafer.^iAustda assists in expelling Prince Ferdinand . . « . ^ ^eb.^23. ? Italy is making great efforts to ^increase her army and luilitia, owing to 'France* mass-' ing troops in Hie Italian frontier. ' ^ The Great Powers are averse to the de position of Priuce Ferdinand, as unsettling everything and settling nothing.

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ABYSSINIAN WAR. London Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

ABYSSINIAN WAR, London, JFeb. 33. The Italian forces advancing upon Ghlu daleut -found it eyacnated. ^-y -Jie Ahys-' *JniftTiKi ?*

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RANDOLPH CHURCHILL ON THE SITUATION. London, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

RANDOLPH CHURCHILL 'ON THE .SITUATION, -i - a - . London, Feb'. 23\ Lord Randolph Churchill atf Oxford de nounced Lome rule as a -desperate and insane policy and feared that there would l-c a great replure in tlie peace of Europe, ?' **

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 February 1888

SCHOOL OP ARTS. A meeting of the committee of the above institu tion was held ou Thursday Jast, Mr. Scryingour, president, in the chair. The folio wed -members of Committee were present, Messrs. Hill, Hard wick Hunt, Lackey, Good and Milieu. The business of tl:e meeting was to consider the qucstioii of placing the present School of Arts building under offer to. the Gocerninent. cbniineeut unon exchancre of site being eflected, After considerable discussion iu the course of which it transpired that the 'improve ments iu question had cost over £1600, it ?was de-' cided that the Government should be informed that tiie committee had fixed upon an amount which they were prepared to accept. This was the only, busi ness dealt with. .'. - ? . .

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

Messrs. Dibbs and fiaryan are on &4fcojir in tiie western towns, lecturing in the interests of rprotec'! . tiotL yiiough not heUeyingjAie crogd^Ahey preach ire should like toeee an *ffort*nade*o'inuuee tficse gentleiuga to «xtenil tlieir bripfrt llourke. ' TuetftvenmtrafccesidentatPalinerstoiiJias tele graphed fr-jthe Sputn Australian Premier thatr-a Chinaman.-tBimeiTiig from etniUpox, -was thrown overboard pepm fhe lighter Levuka ou a plauk twenty «lays ago, and was -found on shore. He w&s removed to the Flying Cloud on Saturday.

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THE GOVERNOR'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

TOE GJO^tERNOIl'S EErijfiN. The Governor returned from ' Moss Vale this morning to attend a meeting of tbe Ex ecutive on Tliursday- he^goes to ^Jrelbburne^ to spend a few days witli Governor Loch,, returning joo Sydney the following week. - ? EELL AN© WATSON. It is understood $hat -the deatlr sentence passed upon Kell and Watson for shooting' withlnteut*o'uiurdcr'w01 :be ;r€iuitted 'to iaiprisoiuneht. Tlie : Eentence on ' Watson ' for slibqtu^ a,t Parkerjn lower -ledrgest*;cet, has been jconmiuted to iinprisouinent ior 4ife tirst tlirec years in irons. ', ; ' '

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PRINCE HOHENLOPE. London, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

PRINCE HOHENLOPE. ,,,... London, Feb. 27. ? Prince Holienlope lias attempted to shoot hiniaelfatBt.'Peters'burg. ' V

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WOOL SALES. London, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

-? - ? - WOOLSALES. '??'? '?'?'-?:i ?' : ''' . London. Feb. 37,., The.wpol sales closed dull compared .with, the opening rates. ' '

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EXTERMINATION OF RABBITS. London, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

EXTERMINATIOJST OF RABBITS. :????? - London, Feb. 27. t!L Pasteur inttie' event of . winning tlie reward -iov ^terminating rabbits in Austra lia will band over . £i25,O00 to the : hydro- phobia institute in Paris. --' ''' '' ':' * ; '

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FRANCE AND TURKEY. London, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

FRANCfi*AKJ-4WCEY. ' .-' London, Feb. 27./ The. TPxeufp juniorities Jiave xlemauded re parationfor indignities inflicted upoii the coil eulate'^ '^Turkey j the Porte promises , to safcutfy Francel; V .'.. :. '...?-

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THE TOTALISAOTR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

1 THE TOTAIiISAOTRV ft Tjie diversity of opinion concerning the -. W totalisaior is wonderful, even in New fit Zealand, where the machine Iihs been in use sk some years. Sjme writers regard.it as in W imical to the best interests of the turf; while i| others regard it as an unmixed blessingu g 'WitliKut the totalisator,' said a New K Zsaland scribe, 'racing ia the colony would k* be a tam« affair. The machine may augment jif1 an unwarrantable multiplicity of race meet-1 We ings, b ut! it curtails gambling. No betting j^ -owner will advocate, the advantages of the . p. totalisator; it is au iastrument run puTely k iu the interests of suort in contradistinction ffi' to gaming. Eacing is certaialy overdone in ; m K'ew Zealand, but the totalisator is irreBpoa «| sible for the plethora of futures. Lsgisla W tion is wanted ; not parliamentary enact ; H ments — these are inadequaie to rule the K turf property— but a senate that will approve W- °^ race meetings in accordance -with the » req...

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