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PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

;'^' ? ' ''^AfeLTAME^TAlWi'^ .???'??. , ??/. ? ??:\i:;.:i/.i8vanOT;';3flja«&?i6i^ ? in the tipper House J^e liifecfeus I Diseases in liniinalsVB^^ U OiubBill passed through i all ;s|age^y:j;^;/.^:.^V ? The Assembly continued 'the debate on the | liand Bill, which was l,fdi^ier,v'^jjomii5Bd1|**all-; |. . ? , Wednesday. ,, .,,;, ,,.-,vV°'v/ :,;:?' ??.??- ?'?:???'?( ;. rf'y'tt^S'^

Publication Title: Western Herald
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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

HOMEBDSHSTOGK SALES. f_BF TELEGRAPH.] trrr, sox, ;ajo- sadgeby. _ ... . , Sydney, March 15. 13,4UU sheep penned to-day, market was very firm at Monday's rates We sold 3400 including McKay and Copland's 'crossbreds felling -to 12s Cd, and topping the market; Jas. Thompson's ditto to 10a So, the merinos 9s ; -2000 wethers late D. Capel 8s 11s to 9s 4d, few seconds 7s 7d -, 220 Badgery's wetiiers 9s ; M. Patterson's 9s and Webb's lambs to 10s 4d, etc. 950 cattle yarded, market lower throughout. 'We sold 171 bul locks Thos. Cook's fiom Turauville, averaeinc £610s4d- - ^*

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SYDNEY CORPORATION FRAUDS. Sydney, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

1 /.SYDNEY'.^ORPORA^I^N':;:^^^;1 Svdiiey, Marcli 16. I -DeMcit^iis'-auJomiting to* bVer*werity I oue .thousand pounds have been discovered I in the City Eugineers Departmeut, and tur I '? fcher disclosures are expected: .- ? ? ;;; '???? ?- ? : ;?, \ v ??-?*;?: I ' '? Trevor Jones,.' the' ci^: engineer, . Jiofcert- I soil, inspector of water service, Fy fe, store- - | keeper and engineer, a^ Watsouy assistant; I storekeeper, have been suspended in con I uectiou with the City Corporation ;1i-auds*v

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, MArch 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

(FBOM OUR OWTf OOHEESPOSDENT.) -- ' Sydney, March Jfi. , 940 cattle in, prices weakened the market closing easier. 10,--6Q «heen*nenned, market firm late rates fully maintained.

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Sydney, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. , 1 ' i .r ':? ? '?' ?? *:Wr*:p ^gvlnej^^Marciv1!^.; '''?? I . ,: &t P;itrie^^ I lnorrqw by a procession o£ the United/ W .Irisli''«obieti^;.'1aiidli;*;iiaiibn»l1.:'bk,!i-iuet:tan(i:: I concert .-ylll-lie held in.the evening. ^,.: ? ;, „;,: ::j. .? , ;

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F. L. BARKER. Sydney, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

F. L. BARKER. Sydnev. March 15. WooL — ^Nothing fresh to note since our last. TJie usual fortnightly 6ales take place next week, but the arrivals to date being small and unimportant no very extensive business will he done.- There is a pood private inquiry for scoured, wliich portends well for tiiis descriptiou in next week's market Sheepskins.— I had a sale of dry skins to-day. A Btrong demand existed, both the trade and shipping being .strongly represented. ? Prices were slightly firmer, the following being rates obtained,1 viz : — J Jest loug-woolled tp.SJd ; ? fair growth, :^Jd to 41d;' short, 2Jd to 2}-1 ; jjelts, ljd toiJd per lbl Hides.— Light ^yeighte still command attention, the supply being alto gether inadequate to;*ue demand ; ?prime extra heavies too, in request cBa91y conditioned lots dull, and prices easier. , Quotations : —Superior heavies to 4d ; ordinary, 3Jd to 3§d ; medium 4Jd to 3id ; light, 3|d to 4Jd ; damaged to 2*d perlb. ; calfskins and yearUngs being extrem...

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A.J.C. OFFICIALS. Sydney, March 16, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

A. J.C. OFFICIALS. ????'','? ',;-;::'';i: V#;:Syilney^Mai-ch 16, ' ???? The '^#CL ^1;i^v^pppmt^^,i;;---tsph;;*)t, Melbourne starter, aud J. t-aly iiineist. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

E. RICH & CC iENERAL ffiERCHAKTS. Forwarding and Commission A.GrEisrrs Also at 95 Pin STilEEf, SY0KEI HAVE received per rail at Bourke this Jweek : — ? : 202 Sacks of Flour 37.Sacks Potatoes 10 Sacks Blue Peas S Sacks Wheat 132 Pieces Dressed Shelving Boards 3 Packages Drapery S Packages Groceries « 2 Packages Ironmongery 3 Packages Turnery i Case Champignons GG.LBoxes -10 Bars Angle Iron , *- 3 Cases Resolvent 50 Half-chests Tea 40 Cases Brandy 10 Cases Whisky 12 Cases Wine 15 Cases Ale Also 464 packages Sundries on Consignment. E. RICH & €O, &ALEIGH, AITKEN & «0o STOCK, STATION, AND FORWARDING AGENTS, Bourke. TKOCKIKG OF FAT STOCK ATTEXDKD TO. Mead Office : Melbourne. Jflsepl LeBteMijflMi SHEEP AST) CA-TTIjE 6ALESMEX, 9 Bank Chambers Jamiesdn-st SYDNEY ,. . Sales Of l'ut S(O t ut JJoilieb'Jsh YalJs - MONDAY & THURSDAY. Sales of Fat Stock at Cai-poratiqn Yards— WEDXKSDAY and FRIDAY. STATJOXS AT TJIE liXOHA^'GE. I^oans Nfgotiatfld. Supplies Pu...

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THE LOCOMOTIVES. Sydney, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

?,^ 'THEi.^.^MOtlTOi'Si1,-^ P ? ' ?'?' ?'?:?'-..'' Sydney, March 1% m ' Th«-'G*iifct-Ul^^#:fwtlier'COUfiixle^ Rt the. ^uestio.iL.^,to.:theIi.^iiufacjtiu;^:ipf ?)ty-s$*A W motives...1; : / .' '. ' ' V''' ,': ' ?'.','' . '. ''!. ,'.'? '.'.,'.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

Shipping k Forwarding Agency. WALL & SMKSWORTB, Custom House, Shiooing sncl Fvrwar.ing Agents, 18 iAJTTVf- RTItfcJ.T. OlRCTir-AU Ql'A'* , SYDN'KY. MxRrtHANDjfK of every description cleared from bnnd or ship's si.le n,nd forwarded direct to all part*. Passogeksi' Baucace received for sw-ge, shipment ur delivery. Wool and other pro Iw'e revel vr 1 for delivery in Kwn or shipment to any part 'if the world. I**t _-i:*s effected w lieu required. JGEXCIXS :n Loudon, Bremen. Jitficr.-p, Ham burg and all the Coloitirf. ASD GENERAL PR0DUC13 BROKER, FAT STOCK SALESMAN. STOCK ANO STATION AGENT, TIN AND METAL BROKER, ROLDS weekly sake of Wool Sheep-skins, Hides, Tallow, Leather, Marsupial-»kins, &c. ClUSCU MODERA.TB. AOOOL'ST SALES PiiOiHT. N.B. — Special attention directed to present High ?ric« of Marsupial Skina. Rstom Fobwarded Weekly ok Aj-purxrius. Stores; Circular Quay, Sydney. THE BOURKE. LIVERY AND BAIT CABLES. (NEAR TURF HOTEL.) iPHE above stables are now open under aa ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

Commercial Banking v Company - . .. . .??'. ;? ' ofSpdpey- ,'\V: ',,',:/ :' E? t*Wished 1831 ; Incorporated 184.8. Capital £600,000. B*eorTe Fund £600,000. Reserve for Equalisation of Dividends £l$5j00Ql. ? Booi^l'Bi^^'tOpen^cll''186{-.) ' '';' DEPOSITS received on. current accouuta ; interest jilWed on fixed deposits at current rateB ; bills discounted j cheques and orders collected ; draft* issued, and ill Msua) banking liusiness trans act od. ? ' . ........ ?: . . ':? -, ..?? '. .. ..? ' '-. ?.-. ' - ' ? BARLETG {R1V32B, IBB.A3STCHES ??:.; -,X *.. : ? ;.: '''?'? ' ' :: ' ' :0p]BJ5i^''i§1:::THrB]K»w:e^#p.'1'111'' ' ' ' ?'? .-'^ I . ? ? : .??????:? ?..'?. i:i/:;iH.:T.i.'Rr:BlIJ-;';.::;;;':;';,::: -\{;.^':jr; Manager Boui-j-ai Branch- ' I The Australian j. _^^_«-.Ijtai^-^=^^ai5»*t.f *. -^ JBtjBijn JK^ .= . -? ' ? t ? .- HEAD ,:;OFEICE .V.iS Y-D2JIS Y: ? : ? ~ V' ? ' V ' V;: ?' .'' ?' ? t Bourke Branch: '::'MitclieIl''1StFeet:'':'';;:': [ All usual hanking business transacted. I ' . ...

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

PASTOSAL £tf TELLIG SNC£. Wc$Urnx/fcrald Office., Friday evisxikx;. The weather since out- last lias displayed a decided -tendency to. become unpleasant, '???tbfe tian pcraturc increasing considerably. On Thursday the thermometer registered 1U5, whilst all day a hot wind with clouds of dust prevailed -mild forms of Darling showers — the appearance btfiui^ very similar to that uoticcaUlc in the drought. Whether or uot it is to he taken as a-i indication tluit the phenomenal seasons lately cxjierieuoe:! are at an end is a -question tbc future only can auswor. One thing, however, is curtain, tim much relied oil Februavy'raiashave failed to put in au appearance, ami :u:iuy of this runs not over well favored iii the saramer are already wishing for rain. : lilVllK KEI'ORT. The following ruport is up to this inouiiiijj : — Muugundi, oft, stationary; Mogil, 9ft, falling ; Walgett ? Barwon, 30ft tiiit, falling ; Namoj, 14ft, falling ; Brenarriua, 10ft Gin, risiug ; Kourke, 24ft, risiug ; Lou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

TINTINALLOGY RABBIT SCHEME Mr. B own of Killara having been dele gated by I'oe Wilcauuia Pastoral Association l,o vi.-'it Tiiitinallogr For the purpose af mak ing inquiries as to Dr. Batcher's scheme pub lishes the following quesfcious and answers in the conrst of a lengthy letter to a Sydney jouniaj. Irft Q.JH-itiou : Was there any disease in the neighbourhood of Tintinaliogy wbeii yon began your experiments, or was this disease g.n from rabbits brought any distance ? An swer : 1 ficsl f-mnd this disease aoout two -tiniles irnin the head station,. ?^ 2nd Question : You have used four differ ont methods in spreading the infection — viz., the seton, hypodermic iaijection, seatifying, ami infection from rontact with naturally diseased i\ibbitsr Do you find any one method more rapid or cprtaiu in its HTe-'is than other? AtiMVi-r: N- ne much more rapid than another. The 'jiosL on-lain is the use of the hypodermic syringe. 3rd Question : Had the original disease any visible affect on tii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

I . I JAMES INGL1S, I I MITCHELL STREET. 1 H BOUHKE. m ' ?/ Ol'POSirii THE PARK ) m, s ? ffi- f Wholesale and Retail Fruiter er an ? / Produce Merchant K y ? m? TAMES INfiLIS is constantly iu receipt of Fresh ?/ tl - Stocks of every description of fruit ami Vvo M -luee, jis-con and Clieeee of undoubted quality. & Dealtsra, Hawkers, and Station*. suppLVi prompt iy r ami at liberal prices I T . i- U S JS' , I BAKlili & CONFECTIONER, k (Near W'evsiark'b Store.) I MITOHLLL STREET, BOURSE. I ? I DICKICS & WEDDING PARTIES prodded for I f on the shortest notice. | Caterer for all public amusements. Hotels I liberally dealt with. Bread delivered regularly 9 every morning. I UOY4.L HOTEL I LOUTEC. I P. MATHEWS, Proprietor, AT the abjve vell-kiKWii establishment, visitors to Louth may rely upon getting I Comfortable Accommodation, Liberal \ Table, First-class Liquors, (rood £=?—» ? --- -tabling, Civility and Attention | ''?- AT MODERATE TERMS. GIDEA CAMP HOTEL, TWELVE ...

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TELEGRAMS. GENERAL NEWS. Sydney, March 16 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

/:v:-^1^^ Sydney:, Mardi l§ ; ; , I Reuben Parked ex £iiy A!d«rjij;Uij: «(im I ?mitted suicide yesterday ?;.by liauging Mwselif I to the hamli ail of the staircase . -it liisjesi I ., ?. ,?.,'? ' ??'?/??? '??--'. ';, V .?.''', v'-'-. .-??.'?? Y':':.('; ? 'O- ? «iii'it4**« I fltiHCe. ?. ; -? ?? :?? ? ? ? ?'? -? ??'?? ??????? ? ' ??:??-?. ?''??-? ,?'?:? ?: I ? ? ? . Replying to a deputation Butlieria^;, ||^i: I a1 Mine' tty Durrawa would pi-oba1|y :?be iil I eluded iii the Government Mil^^-proppsals. I ' .' ..Julian, a solicitor, /.appeared ;ibefor£.;$ie,. I| Full Uourt to show cause w ny ue snuum uu t,- g be , struck off the i-oles f or irregular \ caudtic?/ : I The Court declined to -suspend. | but ordered I him to pay all cosis of appliesAiaii; ,iiiiicl':'&V I ? pay dieque to client immediately. ,,. .',;/, ?„.??, I t-ir 'Robert Wisdom is seriously ill. I from Port Darwin. . . ???. , .1',/,,-,.-:-,- ? , :.? ?.„.?„., I ? ???? ? ? Colonial stoeicsebutiuue -toMysiiee.',!' ?? ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

Loss and Cfaxn. |JH VPTJIR I. ??1 w.i-- Uiken . Ick a yeat .(.go WiLji a. ijiUiou.s fe\ei.'' ''.My -iotrtor proiK unced me onreil. but J got sick again,' with terrible pains iji uiy back aud Met.. and I got too ba«l ] -Joul-l aot uiovc i 1 slit'unk ! l'Yom 22811^ to 1$- I I had beeu iloctoriiig for mrlhui l»it ir -IM iijc «-) good. 1 did not expect to li\e nx.rc tlwn three months 1 hegau to use I)i. rSoulc', jLiiioiRan Ji',p liitttts. Directlj my appetite retmueii my pains leit me. my entire sy&tem f-et-nieil rencweif as if ijy magic ami after ustiig seveial iiottles-. 1 aui Hot only as SOl.lul as :i sovereign, !nit v.oigli more Ihsm ! diil befoie. To }Io]) Bitters I own my life.' H. l''lT/l'iTiai'K. Dublin. J.uifi (». '^0. C'liAl'l'iJt II. 'AlaMen. Mass, Feb. ]. ISSl) (ieutlemt-u — I li,i\c sultered with attacks of wrk hea-lache. ' Xeuralgiii. female troulile, for yeai- iu the most terrible ami excruciating manner. -io meJicine or -loctor could give me relief or ciii'U, unt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

OFFICEnOLDEBS. Tiie offioe ifaeldi'by 'laie^kidneys is one bl im portance. They act as nature's sluice-way to carry off the *xtra Jiquide from the systejm, and witfi them the impurities, both those that are. taken into tiie stomach and those that are formed in tbe blood. Any clogging or inaction of these organs is there fore important.' Pit -Beix,*s BiTTEnsrare nature's efficieut assistant in keeping tlie kidneys in g-K-d- workiug Oi-der, strcngthenuuj Jtlicm, tuid iuducing healthy action. If you' would get -jrcll and keep ^ye 1, take De. Beix-'s BrrTEBS. j

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LOUTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

LOUTH N0TE& (BvBee.) Taylor's Called Back Company performed here on'Monday night to a very good house. The piece was 'My Sweetheart 'wliich wac very well en acted, but T do uot think tliat they arc as popular this trip as they were the last some 'five years ago, wben they travelled under the name of 'Stray Leaves. ' This has already l-ceu * long trip, all the way from Melbourne. Tlie most convenient building they liave met was in Bathurst, but the best bouses were at Cootainundra, -but probably the bonne boudicoi the whole lot -will l-e Broken Trcu Mi*. Turner, of the Bush Missionary Society, ar rived on Monday and held an open air service last nightL Mr. 'f urner is by no means one of the Salvation Army ranters, far from it, but gives a stciliag dificoursc When he began he bad but very few listeners, but before he finished there was a big crowd of men aud women the whole of whom Avere held spell-bound' by the homeliness and earnestness -of Jiis inauner and exhortation. Mr. ...

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BARRINGUN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

BAEEINGUN. [FROM OCH OWX OORRESl'OSIJESX.] There has been another spleudid water supply struck at Bundalcer, one of die Squatting Invest ment Co's, Stations. This is now the fifth bore, its depth is 831 feet, aud has beeu completed in the remarkable short space of four weeks. The contractor is the uow well-know Mr. Loughead, but the management in tliis district is left in the hands of Mr. Harrold, with the assistance of. bis right band man, Mr. Cameron, who is also au experi enced borer from Vankeelaud. I.UV. « UUV1 M^ UfV -J1 lf|lV- I'kOt 111 l.Il*O IJiit\3f I-UL- taking the siuTounding couutry into -consideration, Mulga and --iilgua aud scrub, with extremely M'carisome flat country for miles around,, one Mould have hardly expected anything else than what was tapped. It is however excellent stock water, aud experienced sheepmen have pronouueed tliis water as really good aud maintain it to better than fresh water for fattening purposes. Mr. A. Guau, the present Manager has timed the...

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CORRESPONDENCE PREPARING MARSUPIAL SKINS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTERN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 17 March 1888

C0EEESP0NDENCE PREPARING MARSUPIAL SKINS. TO THE E»rroE OF THE AVESTEEK HEBALD .Sir, — Now that the trade in these is assuming «ucli large-proportions aud tlie season is approach ing, I should like through the medium of your col imuis to'^ive shooters, hunters and othe're interested, a few hints as to the best mode of preparing the kangaroo andopossujn skins,* and if attention ispaid to thcuij sendere will reap. the benefit in tlie enhanced i-.-alue. pi the skins when sold in the open 'markets lierc or elsewhere. 1st, .Skinning : Take the skin SofJ^carefuUyi leaving alwut six' inches of the tall, (in opossum leave head and tail on cutting the ?head land-legs -off. ' -2n(\. Stretdiing, -immediately after skinuiiig, stietch the skin, (pel; up) tightly out with pegs a'-out ail inch apart making the sh-ipe as square as possible. 3rd C uring, When about half di-y (especially in the dry months) apply lightly all over the pelt l-eing particu lar the edges get their share with an ordinary b...

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