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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

niltSTOLASS TEAMS to load for'COBAR aiid I1 NYMAG15E— Rate bf Carriage (Is.) One Shillingi-er tou per mile. ?????? ' ????-- ??.???.? WttMT HEATON fcCO-i I.imiti-d, ? : '; . ..Kyngaiu \JjJ ANTEl-,^A general servant gui. . . Apply to 'j\ .. .:.,.: ..::. , ub.% leemon. :-- WAJKl'ED smart Lad for the Office. ? Apply, J;' ANDERSON and Co., .. ?- , Bourke. WANTED Situation in . ajiy place of twist by young man (late waiter -at -BovaJj; H«iTKU)' Apply by.letter BLiLj.Ro.YAt HOTtLyiioutnoi. : ;-.; ; TEi?iBEESv WANTED ..? tj^ORBuilding a SHOPiuid D1&ELLm-x BLOUSE £ i .attached.^.; For particulars of !plau «tc.! : .':? . ? ?; ?--.»? :: ? A^pply-to; ,'.? :'' i . ' i-tJOSEPHOOfcLESS. ' ?- NjOTICE is hereby given, that Meetings of the ; Local Land Boards, nuder: the - provisions :of Crtt-m fcandB Act «Me84, wiliaicteldon thedates, aud at the places set forth hereuhder c—2l6t and 22nd .hlAXMU, ISSSatOonrt'House,- Bref^rrina ? -'' .;°^fli ALuKa£,..«JS8JatIi0cal Land 'Board, Office, ^lechai...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OROYA'S PASSAGE. Sydney, Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

?; .THE bfiO3TA'S -PASSAGE. ''.,... ;..t -'?.' .'. '? .. Sydney, Feb. 2S. T]lie Qroya -»nade va passage from Adelaide to .Plymouth ih33 days, iucludiiig all deten tions? -'-;'?':?. -'f^-;;'-^^ ???;? ?? *;- . . ?

Publication Title: Western Herald
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VIVIENNE. BOOK III CHAPTER III CONTINUED) TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

$ wapii'*^ (_ L fcr THE APTHOB OF. 'Mt IlABX C040JBMB.' * m '..tkex.cheb.-t. ''?''- ? m ' She's beautiful, and -therefore to be^rooed; 'S SheiBa-vvariian— t3ierefore tobe-won: * ^ m ? Skakapwre- , ML Baou] gazed'at Iiim in such utter apiaae- ^ ' g meat, such incredulous wonder, Jhatfdr.a ! M moment it curbed and restrained 'is ang«r. \ M ' Father! such word? from you *« ?»« !' -M The very iiontleuei-8 of the iel'«k«1 slu»g II the old man aftt's'-, .' ? ^ 1 W 'Such ivnrds 5 Weiv» very word « scourge M to lash y«tiy it woiiM' be few ' w«-afe _f..r ' |L punishment such ms v»u uierlii' ' s |lv* ft ' But (eJ! nip, is-hat liave.T clout; ?'? cried. ! M lUioul, in s«--h ati' agonv -f beaiiWwmirtff ] p and entieaty tliat it startled ihe -»1J man, i ft though it »ev r touched his Ji-Hr't to any i f|| belief in. ln'a «-«'« i»h- Cfii«a*. Z T- ? S' 'You r preN-ndnjJ ignorance, -Ts of li.tle ! Mf avail,' lie sai-i scornfully 'A -few uu.rds ' M will unveil your infamy Years -uga before I g| I marr...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

W. EL PALING & Go. I {LIMITED), 1 ESTABLISHED 1853, ' UNDEEttie PAXSMIpB of ^^^^ His Excellency LOED CARE.INGTOK. THE %'E$3D-lNGr AND CHEAPEST EOU3E POK, PIANOS, OJUGANS, MUSIC, T And MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Uc^, qjtion. '' ? }o( ? IE2T BET HER VALUE CA2TNOT BE OBTAINED ELSEW HERE- ? At tkeu-fixteHsu-cM-arelxouse, W. H. PALING & CO., Limite.l, hare always ou view im.n _ .,300 io'*» histrum'eii'te. comprising nearly every maker of importance : L.iiSW. 1' reuc i, - ,?. ? i» u- |J American, ami customers have die advantage of a large and various choice ; or, it tlity uiu list u - selection toJ'AklTtfli&Oa.liiey may fully rely upon faithful attention to their intend aivi »c .^U ^sLsiraVioiis am.1 f urtliw particulars of instruments will he forwjr-le.1 »-y return post. -u d)-- plication, init^htaneuwVaeunkl to GIVE AN IDEA of tbe price and class, of mstinujoiii in. '^%/8gS^££E^^3^ to Iron Fnu^, **« . —I «UL-.lLd S WflChl Back, without wMcili'ib' piano is reli...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PETITION FROM MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. Sydney, Feb, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

petition :f Soar ;MiiNrcrpAL a« ..,.:?:;:'.;?: i v sogiation. ?? « *-?? ??? ?????'= ?--?; . :;-; ???.:?,:' ^;«ydn^.:Feb:;28.;:;, The' ftljunicipai Association is preparing ;i petition 'for pigaaAiies iiy .all the Borough ; Couubils urging tlie passing of the local Go veruuient&iU.- ' 'i''1'- 1-: ' ' '

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. LECTURE ON PROTECTION Sydney, Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

, . ..I^tlfiGfiAMSr-r LECTURE ON ????PliOTBOTfbN. ??;?. Sydney 'Feb. 3S. Dibbs and Garran jiave lieen. lecturing at Bafcliurst *n .jjrotectio-j . j ,»o .conclusion \vas arrived sAi^yjtiie Cabinet as to tlietcoustruc tibiiof^ocomoiaVcr..''' t. ? -?

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ENGLISH MAILS. Sydney, Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

TB3E ENGLISH MAILS. ?' ''',1:'!?-,^/'' ;?''' feydney.Feb. 28. Jtfinglisli(flaa^l^,per Cliusau will be delivered this afternoon. :?? ' '

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW MINING EXCHANGE Sydney, Feb. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

NEW MINfi^G-5EX-5BLA3-rGE _? ., -V-r.^v^ ^Swdney, JBeb.l«.- ._? . Buslucss 'of Hrc)y^miiung,,^xciiaiue in George Si'reeVJtsi fofeen^teirWr by the Limited Liability -J6. - \vith «ai capital of £100,000. ' -'?' ?1-v- *n

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

LOCAL AND OENERAL. SfiSiou-coNSTAULE Kies, stationed at Wauaariug, has been appointed a sub-inspector under the Licensing Act Mb. Edmund May Steers has been Appointed Stock Inspector for the sheep district of Wauaatir.g, aud also inspector of the Pounds at Milparinka, Tibooburra aud Wauaariug, Ik consequence of an analysis of Hop Bitters, that article is in future to l-e classed as ** liquor' under the Licensing Act. jckujh me vtuaim.uua nxpresx, we cup Hie ioiiow iug, which we sincerely trust Is correct. 'The many friends of Mr. Henry -»reen in this district will be glad to hear that that gentleman is getting very much better, and strong hopes are entertained that he will he about again before tlie present year draws to a close.' James Heuuessy, licensee -of the Queen's Hotel, Toowooinlia, has been committed for trial oa a charge xrf maliciously assaulting James Williams, the well-known horse-oM ner. It appears (says an Excliange) that during a mining meeting, held at defendant's h...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

Some few issues back om\ -onteuipora,rVv£31- vocated the cancellatioii of' the license bj riglit of which the pastoral lessees atpnesent occupy their resumed areas. Such actioiiAs tin's could only ,he termed repudiation, and thsit of the worst description. Under .Sblie Act of 1884 the State made a bargain, , with the larger lessees, and part of that bargain was that the resumed areas of runs should remain in possession of the pastoral lessees until taken up by the smaller holders. To seek to withdraw whatever privilege resulted from this temporary occupation is' nothing but flagrant dishonesty, and we ventui-el-to think that if any one put forward such a proposal in reference to private commercial affairs he would be scouted as something akin as a sharper. It is incorrect as our contemporary tries to make out that we are adverse to settlement, and had the Centra! A ustralian been bent more upon arriving at an impartial solution of the difficulty than of discreditting this Jifiimal i...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

.CENSEAIi -3aMBEnLAJSTD. j Vacancy is again likely to occur for Central CuuibeHand,jJ«dge Deffel having this lndfii ing 6ni|the^geti(ipu .of i.^Jas^^W^?13?0' *1^9^. Andrew Har^be itcbullbch to be insolvent*^ and ordered Jiini *p 'file. his schedule witliin 14days/- ????;--'_'. '';' '[ ;; .:;;;'/_ ':''?' ,..1',,'^.,.. ,.V',\.'^

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR WOOL PRODUCTION; ITS PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

OUfi WOOL PEOBUCTIOir ' ITS PROSPECTS- ' (S. Jtf. Herald.) At the present time any information tending to in crease our knowledge of the fnhim ° our staple product-io!^! b£ ^ST^*1 °* .Uy if the knowledge ^*TS&~*& %vool-growing industry. Of all the papers J?*S! upon this subject perhaps the niostconlnwJ \ important is that just fumi&hed to *W.e } Statistics of fte United .States of ?£££?'%$£ the most ambitious attemnf; thaHy^^^JiZ. inisis -ft aims at ^compiling tiie wVolS^^^ world. Much of the information contained in that report te of great interest to Australians geiierallt and to the wool growers in particular. Of late years Australians have been in the habit of attrf! bating to their own wool supply a far g '/'. influence upon the world's markets tluin was deserved. It would be said iu a certain year tW wool would be dearer because our clip was so many thousand bales short, and this year it was con sidered that the London market would be weakened because t...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAULEY DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

the €a$jwyM y;6)tiG&icA$E ? ? - ;;; -' In the Divoi-se case Cauley v. Gauley, late of Cobar, udu 1 teiy : was not proved on tl le part ? of the wife, and a -degr.ee for a dissolution of luamageXvas granted. ; , ;i

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"CALLED BACK" COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

, ' CALLED BACK' COMPANY. Inn success which we reported in our last issue as attending the opening uight of the TaylorCar ruigton 'Called Back^Compauy also characterised its subsequent appearance. On Saturday 'Xever too late to Mend' attracted a large audience, which was apparently well satisfied with H,» eltorts of tlie various performers. Iu this, as iu the previous and succeeding ' pieces, the staging was excellent and die reputation of the compan? fully maintained. 'My Sweetheart' was the play selected for ;Monday,, and last night 'Erin-Go- Bragh brought a hjghly satisfactory , visit to a dose. The company1 left rfiisihoniiiig for HTyngan, and after playing there to-night is announced to proceed yia Nymagee anilCSobarto Wilcannia and Broken Hill. W e can promise the residents of these places a veritable treat

Publication Title: Western Herald
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LIGENSING COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH (Before C. McArthur. Kin g, P.M. and R.M. Hughes, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

:''? Licensing coirsT.' ??... Ijudav, Fkbrcah*:', 24xn.j .^ i ??]??/. ?-;ii--.: {lk5foiB.C..McArtliar.£ing,lVMi!'aua RL SL- ' ; ?--?. ..:'': ??,.*igl|«,1J-;Erl,I,..(1» -,{..,,- ,^V]: ' Messrs.' J. '1% ' C, ^ Rankcu, F. E. Bloxliaiu, ,aad ' AL Carroll apolied for aucti ^neore'Jicensdsi \vh jch were trantedl' ' '' ?''' ,' , ' . ' ''.' ' ' ', .' ??. .-.. .?— ? ?— : — :?? -:-'iUv.-,*. i..iM\

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOURKE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH. (Before C. McA. King, P.M., and R. M. Hughes, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

BOUfiKi: v&0jli£e mrmtiS (Before' CMcAl Kiug, P.'lL, aud R. M.Huglies, P. M'^Stay pleaded, -guilty -.to. a charge of beiugj druuk'iu. JGtclieIl-sti«ct,»;aud was fined 5s or ^4 Lours iii*aoL;i. ; ,^: ,-?,-. ; .'.. , . :,:,t;.. . 'ujji-; . James ^Murphy (abdriyipal) was chargeJ with iu fiictaug ,gneiroos Jjodily jiaru) - ? upon . Jituiuy ,-an aborijnuaLV, Sergeant - E: A; W«bl» gave erideiice as to .having anestcdprispper o^ AjWanantottDie Ik-urkc^iunion,and cJiargedliim with *Jie offence. A'reuiand.w7isgtautcd.^oilie police forsa week, in couseqnencet of *tiie : nrisou.ee liicliig iu the hospital, and unable *o.attend. /:. ?......,.. .;.?.. .?.,,; -: ??? ::?;;=? ^r 1;THisrXSs/ : ' '' ^\' MicliaeJ ; T^all, ^^jehacgea (^iat on Ae'^MHi'Tjdii^ being ;'tttcn a drover in clikfgcof trayelliug stp^^ to wit;324'h^.«roF icattie, tUd jjd£iiiovet»u tuilesui' one au-l ^ip^ain^airecnpn on die gouplcc Cpinraou vitliiu aii-feno3^pf}2*iibur&t v. q .t' Vi ' '^, vj WilUaniiioU, onjjalli...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRINGUN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

BAEfiXNGaN: {FROM OOR O\\-- COEUESPONDEXa' ) «J cst a. few lliics to let you know thaf'th'c place still exists. Although business lias bceu very -quiet of late, the townspeople thavc not been idle, 'getting improvements made for the velfarc of die to \vu, as viz., getting a Grand 'Stand'' built, ? which' will/ lie completed, iujabout tuiee weeks, and should lie a drau*,as also a great tconvcnicuce to visitors to our ?races- . The long talked about ceuietery feuce; £ amelad to say, liU be coniplctod :iu a day ori«'O. The very next thing the townspeople' arc' eagerly' ?waiting -foi-'isto iiear-of our Road lusj-cctor, -Tklr. Coleniau. i getting ^instructions to Bpeud a little uiouey; in making tlie' load through the to-\Ti passable, as it is 6imply a disgiuce in web weather iujits present -condition.'. :- ' ; ,; Constable Hauna, of iStuigouJa, is to be oouipli uientod upou liis promptitude in running : piisoncre up fix-iu Eugonnia, keeping our newly appointed ' ,J.VsP.-;in ? practice. ...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE NEWS. Orange Feb. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 29 February 1888

1 ??;' -'oEANGE;,irEws::;:,';; ;,;;., TuY.T£LE-;aAfH.] ,.,. -, FBOM A OOUliESl'ftN'DENT. ; Orange. Fjeb.. 28. Bolicinani musical comedy Co , opene3. ..here last night to aii immense liouse, and. the .lierfonnaucc was a. 'great success, the Ringing of .the priucipai uietnbers 'of : tlie Goiiipany ^toaJled fortii Wuch r'«p )-lause. . JOss Annette sJTv?auouf,ilr; AV.J]ralsh^aail Air.' O6o Seane fequally' shared * ':ilie ? _ lionors 5of ? . the ?ercmug. The sceiieryaud dresses and lime light efieote were niudi admired.^ ., AVc r|Mieilict a -very successful trip 'to this coVupauy. ..,„? ' .

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN SITUATION. London, Feb. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 3 March 1888

EUROPEAN SITUATION. .,;,.,. i i,.,..XiOndou;iFelj.i29i' TheSL Peteiiiburg Press' suggests that Russia^ with the -»nsent of the otJi.eTr1 Euro pean1 pbweiTs, ^should jundQi-take a. aiayal , 4e liioiititratiou |agauist Bulgaria. ???'« ! ;A panic LaSfO'ccnrrod on: iJie'-iSt. ' Pebers' burg course, owing to a neavy j jau .in, tlie value of tJiei-oublci : ,...,, . Tiie p3Wiers have consented to Prihce^er dinand ioccupyijig ^19'tlirone of .^uhjarla''a^ least until ' satisfactory. ( nieasures jjre-:guar; anfcced for 'the.ifutui-e .goveruiueht x-f tliait couij.try.. .»A ,-»niferoucc is --cptisiderea . 'tlie only means of Eettluig'tlic'^iniciiiltly.7' ;. '-. ' .j' Bussiaiia* 'failed to .float 'a. loan, financiers fearing'it ,will be applied /or, war ; puiposes:^

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROSPECT WATER SUPPLY. Sydney, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 3 March 1888

PROSPECT WATER SUPPLY^ ; ??? ? '.*' Sydney, starch 5. The Prospect J6ysteui,is at .present capable of supplying 18 million gallons daily, and when completed cam'.' be- Increased' to 50 niiUions. - ?'?? ?'.- ? -± — -

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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