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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

Loss and Gain. CHAPTER I. 'I was taken sick a year ago With a bUlious fever.' 'My doctor pronounced mfe cured, but I got sick again, with terrible pains in my back and sides, and I got too bad I Could not move ; I shrunk ! From 2281bs to 120 ! I had been doctoring for my liver, but it did me uo good. I did not expect ?to live more than three months. I began to use Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. Directly my appetite returned my pains left me, my entire system seemed renew eel as if by magic aud after using several bottles, 1 am not only as sound as a sovereign, but weigh more than I did before. To Hop Bitters 1 owe any life.': R. FlTZrATKK.'K. Dublht, June 6, '86. CHAPTER II. 'Maiden, Mass, Feb. 1, 1SS6 Gentlemen — - I have suffered with attacks of sick headache.' Neuralgia, female trouble, for years iu the most terrible and excruciating manner. No medicine or doctor could give me relief or | cure,' until I used Dr. Soule's American Hop i Bitters. j ''The first bottle 1 Nearly cur...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIDGE CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

BRIDGE CROSSINGS.. ' , I The following are the^Ktesiigs'at tlite liai'13n^L! ^iygSj-JSejSJ^^Om-la^^forjrtlie-week-ending-'SStli-a April :— On the 22nd, 300 catde from Noeatunga s Piatt in charge, JT. Aftdergan andj jQoj agepite.;i.23rd,i 50 bulls from r. Dubhh ^ to! £7ioone^^.7i^os.uR^i-^ jmd Co. owners. w~6eo; cha^ge^ ^^,331 fcoii^ Mount Cornish j utt^^.^^l^^^.lftVestmOTtiCcmpauy owners,, JVrd ™ ;J- pjiaw^c^jge^.fAnd^son andCo. agents. Kf -l|4-/23rdJ^5p0.Bh^ep from Piune. Momeste^ fto,^ypnej9^I^(;jSobgou owner, J. r, ;r-aiaa Mooi^e pwn&z, , Wuidnson and! ^^aVendjer ajg^iits.^ iJOO. 33 bales of ^ j^^WooL^' : riTfiii ^ !fi£ayf ^re^iliie ' ^ Standard, ;there is still :no i chah^ 'to report iii file weatiier-, ; -warm days and ? cool nights stillheing ; the ^rule-r^Slatters are .ber' '' ''coming' sSriohs ' o jpijag] .^o .^bs - epptinued absence of,; rain. The grasL is 'very dry, and contains little ? ^oHf&linienfc^or meyop^'^u^^vf.iA8 lambing ,is; somewhat earlier '^h^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

:8t. Sfei!hm;sJ3iipe|/flf'E!^Iaii-ii, y: ..'; ? .M;«j(i^^;3B'-. ? .^v-V. ? I1'- -S AOJt ' Ai'Si-fI'e'--'-j* w .ScJSUBi-J&ii®^*^ ;'? „. ' ,, -ill'^'OK*'' T--'''--. ''? ?'' Wednesday, Sfn May, , ,-^i ? ; . 'j„£.i ? * vjy ;:,;? .? ? r'l) : ^ -S^t1.?. ..' ; KINDLY 'ftmSN' ?vFO'*- THE OCCASION ????. M :. ? :V-,!'A ;?? jl -r' ' :, s. ;SGEYM(iOXJB, ' ' v Hon. -Sec. a j N the will af. .JOSEPH UIsTX- late of North j i Uourke. -iu the ??*5oiaii»Aof New South Wales i Mtrm^i KO'l'ICn ls Iiereity given : iat all Creditors and tc other pei*soiis 7tavi.i«j i my -1 !-ts or claims upon or .4&&faiig t3ip estate pf che ;. i-ove named JOSEPH /' ' jtDSN, ilulisased, vlio die.! on the 10th clay of ' fe AU(.iUST_TlS8^-a.jU!l 4?™ialfc-i'i4»W»#'ose will was.' ' P ' '-i Iffl It : New South iffl Wales in its Ecclesiastical Jwrlsilictiou ou the 14tli BiyK&l«gEfe ]8S7. to gpfg^ Thomas v':,:, ;^a *%P^£y- E^tof ; ?'l»M,fee. , .: in the col^uylkfoi-esaid . '. 3 SidilgtV ij&g...

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RYAN & HAMMOND, [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

Jl RTAV & HAMTiio^D, t ' Melborn^^ and .'Bpni^^bBpq^lavi^ sold on ac coi^bTJM^siE'Scbtfe'BrosI^^or&em Quefeus- : land,r4500 store 'bnlloblis/ ' ' ' 1 'tunii it»H— .t ? i ? ..

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CORRESPONDENCE. BOURKE FIRE BRIGADE. WHERE IS IT? TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD". [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. M BOURKE EIRE BRIGADE— WHERE IS IT 's rfe TO THE 'EDITOR OF THE WESWSRN HERALD' m.« -fera, — Kefemug to a« ^r^e pnhlished in ..your [ contemporary of to-day, will you kindly permit me - space to correct one or. two small inaccuracies fallen3 5#1 into by , the insjiired writer of. the same. 1st. The ? statement that the Brigade was conspicuous i-V its absence is not correct, for after the -j]=irni lia^J {and it would be rather loo 'much to ask meiidiers to attend fires before theyrknew anything about 1 them) several members turned up at the ' Station * house, aud were upon then- road -p hen informed bv ? a messenger who rode specially up for that pur pose, that the fire was all over, as in fact it cut before the bell rang out its alarm. The, officer in command ordered the engine bap^ to the engine house; but the engine officer, one of the firemen and myself v.entqveuto. the scene of the fire to se4 if there, was any likelihood ot danger accruing from T the pursuing de...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

? . 1 — — L : , , .HOMEBUSH STOCK .SALES. , j'by TELEGRAPU.1 „llt Ki 1.1 FBQHfiPITTi, BONo.AJID BADOEBY. , - Sydney, April 30. ri !j About! SODiheep penned '; - market opened brisker, and 'closed -firmer all frotind: * '? Best wethers made ry I, 9s 3d*o 10s. i We'sold 3800, includingrDangar's , I ? wethers, 'at 9s to 9s- 3d : 'Chisbolm's at 9s ; .Id .Whittaker^s1 '9s -2d. land 'others. ; 1100 cattle, j )).:;{- yarded^ withta small attendance of -buyers. This , number proved too ? many^ and priec; further dec9inedr»i- We«soldiFitzgerald?s Tongy* bullocks ; L-,- Tij*±ii£5 13s-;'Osborne,s'at£5'8s ; E-' andrA. How . jujjiatfs 'atriE5 6d % 'and W. Bowman's at £4 15s.

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BOURKE DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

BOURKE DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB. A general meeting of the Bourke District Crick- Glub .wae hehf at Tattersall=s on Monday evenir last. Oiving to joth^ir ineetings having been coi veiied simultkri&&ly*TOy'«£tfehdance was : not; a large as might .have b^n. expected- . ,. , . , .. ; v ; and, on ppening the -ineeting, ;. inentioned tliat th Cricket Club was now 25 years old, having beei .established in JS(?3r'7f'He thought jthat it. was tiint 'that1 a''$roper{i^bW4f ''fenced 'in, 'J 'wi^li a -goo^ wicket, rooms, and pavilion should be provided. ' At, ' t^ndr MPeting helff on the 7tli Septemiier last an amount of l'S7 »had been subscribed 'for this object. A piece of ground at the ext end j?f ;ti-e town had-beep vested , ,%iis tees for the Cricket Club, and the present meeting ?wais ^«aXIied-|j^4^n8EAiv.,|pli^'-c^^Ng'«d-!«-i«l(l be taken - to raise suificient -funds to' improve the ground, so ; as to make it a -thoroughly good cricket and recreaT1 tion ground.- The season 18...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

r ? ~ 1 - ' 1 ' SKINNY JIEN. ' i ' Wells' Health lienewer M restores health and i Vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility i At chemists and druggists. Mosfcs Moss and Co 1 Agents. Sydney A. D. UPTON, : HAIRDRESSER, PERFUMER — AND— TOBACCONIST, McKENZHE'S buildings, MITCHELL ST. Tobacco & Cigars of the -Best Brands 1 or ARTISTIC TAILORING FASHIONABLE , SUITS AT MODERATE COST. J OixjN GHAHAmH KAVj&.i, 'j; i' - ' i i i L TAIL OB, I ' 1,1 i 543, Gwirgb-St'ieet, SYIDIRrESTLr, 1 | (Next entrance to Centra Arcade), j and | ' ' Oxfor d-st *eet , | in i j i - I Mlt , I I CORNER OF RILEY STI '.1ST. j f\ I ' r I, 1 t ~~ l le now showing a Special Purchase it very fine ITew Cheviot Tweeds New Worsted Trouserings New Caslmiere Suitings j New Saxony Tweeds New Tropical Tweeds Kew Worsted Suitings I And the * i j L , 1(i New Shades in Brown (fashionable) Colonial Tweeds from the First Fac tories in New South Wales, New j Zealand, etc. TTISITORS *o-Sydney are particularly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

iWeymmrk -§* /Sons. ? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUITERERS, £ SHM O y GERS, PRODUCE MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AG-HINTS- &c. LlTCSSliXr SB'S? XL^EFXT, 33«3-0-SSS5-. PESSH OYSTERS ALWAYS OH HAND. J- a* ^ vi^,' 11^ ® toSEPH C9LLESS GENERAL MERCHANT, A.'J.'i! SUMTOM, M A rrm^-a- ^ CO. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BUSIH8S 15 BOUME. ? ==5'-^S3SiS5^==S==- ? AS USUAL iVERY DEPARTMENT illy stocked, and therefore it is needless to .particularize every line, iiich for QUALITY and CHEAPNESS cannot be surpassed. JOSEPH COLLESS b to announce that he has sccured a long lease of the above well laiowi» Stores, and having had an experience extending over ten years with the late firm, thoroughly understands the requirements of the Public generally. All orders with which he may be favored will be executed carcfully and promptly under his personal supervision. -1. Coliess's motto is SMALL PROFITS and QUICiT PlETURNS, JOSEPH COLLESS, Late HINTON, MACKEY AND Co., BEEHIVE STORES, mrTTOBT^TJL K'3C,3BL:E8jE2,X!5 BO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

DOBBO LIBERAL ? . - Air*» '?,? . .- rf:.''. -f.i ?; ^CQUAIilE ADVOCATE, I rCBLTSJIBD EVXRY j WEDNESDAY & ATURDY, (AT TKJC LIBERAL ' PRINTING WORKS, ! W INGE WAR LA-ST., DUBBO j l'ER QUARTER, iu Advance... ... (js. i ., ,, ' I . »oked ... i .:.' 7s. ' ADVERTISING RATES. ?First Incli ? ,. ? 3s. fl.Kadr; ; :v; ft-- ..-ft: 6il ?ibai-al J Licked . » -Sr r t^semeuts. J it eiti- m'r-* !'an L-' jiiefc ?f.7 -ft. . _ . .. .- ,.;ranqement ? ? TO THE . 'ujlES and gentlemen OF . # ? HOTJTLKB. ft' ' *,,' ?£. AS ivhtouti k BATH and done up ifee1 ftl' ': ? { oIiioiie iirfiret-c^ss.-s^'leaad^lias,iumislied.y;',; i I'! a -ago ai« I Sjio war Baths at all hours, ft ' ; } Mv«ry Convenience to barkers with civility and f iiX'iiiiou. ** ItTCMARjy-ST. WHARF. vi L'i i of QSJ ACK©. rors or excesses* are 'Weak, ui uiaMe to ?',l^pjEd^o3cm',-lliife,«''^!afaes''-ipr'b1?i-' -?' ? i H'ly- ' I- will ^end .you, ?, a-'; -valuable .i;'eaiis«ft.;.; ? saled), ftconfc^ingftiffl partictilars ^ :?? 1 fe'^feft ' v ?...

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VIVIENNE. THE AUTHOR OF "MY LADY COQUETTE". BOOK IV. CHAPTER III. Continued. A CHARMED CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

¥i¥mra£. TBE AlTXHrOfi OF 'Itl La»T GoQUEffTE.' BOOK IV. CEAPTBB III. ' Oontinued. A CEABMED CUP- j ' Thou hasta charmed cup, O Fame : A draught tiiat mantles high, seems to lift this earthly frame above mor tality.' 3Hrs. Penians dawni-d upon the young hi t wt graiiu*' that his «ul)liine cre.vtious, in^ ambf s dreauiR, boppg of lame, wete n--1 foi'd for daily lif--. The har-les I -n a hniiian Leart can l«arn is ih.it \vhii*h ?c--- the sordid eare- of necessity, ib vi eiphw us pinions with ear.j wants, brings it down to the level of a, world it J'i fain forget. And to be honest to ius is to.refose to walk- in the way l he ld would have us walk, or prostitute lest gifts of God to the base uses oi -? - i'' ' ?? ?? j 1 V ' ;i Jbert Hoffman had to learn tbese truths ?tberp before liitn have had to learn them, lnm will learn the « bil-- -i gOr&'on its own way, sacrifieiug merit ti the thoughtlessness of neglect, giving gemtis contempt in lif^, and fame in tb ae its besr and sures...

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BOURKE EARLY CLOSING A CIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

BOURKE EARLY CLOSING A CIATI0N. . '? ? .. f* ;? A meeting of the above association was he. Friday-evening the 2jth ultimo. There v large attendance of members, Mr. W. Castl occupying the chair. 1 The minutes ofthe previous meeting were rea- confirmed. ' , ? The names tif Messrs. E. Smith and A. 1 were added to tne feports Committee. - Some discussion arose amongst the'' memher to where, |he sports should take - place, and it finally: decided to ? -hold them on the P. anc'' Shbw ground, the Secretary being instructe write and ihquii-e if the committee of that So' would grant the use of the ground, and in the e of it being granted, the gates to be free to the ] die. .nil,!'!- ; The collector's subscription, lists showed satis tory results aud proved that the public have ta .a lively interest in the undertaking of the Asso. tion. The following members were appointed to canv the town for - further subscriptions, viz. — Meg: Edersen, Castledine, Kaye, Smith, A. Clay, ; the Secretary. The...

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CLUB VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

CLUB VOTERS ?\fljhie nue|ta»n -J|: S yd i ley should as'sucli have the prhdlege as electors 'is to' be tested very 'shortly in |i coul-ts.'f^ ''It appears tha.t tliSe are at the ' timeon the Sectoral rpUs^pr„JEas|i Syd ; names'of ^G5 voters, whoae right to yote -- merely in their being membere of clul)s. , i; club member paying -£10 ajyear is regarded cupying a room in thf clujbjiaiidi therefoije ;c ,;. to vote in the electorate in whieh the club ie1 ted. . Yet the clubs, as a niatter pf fact poss very few rooms which are 'occupied by me The IJnion Club has 466 voters upon ,.th Syllililyibll, and the Australian -Glut) 240';'' w' respect of bedrooms the Union Club has abo and the Australian Club less. The matter is tested^at the instance of Mr. J. -P.- Abbot, wl filed an objection against Sir William Clar Melbourne, whose' name is upon the roll as a tor for East Sydney, for the reason ; tliat lit member of the Warrigal Club. The objectii. be dealt with in* the Water Police Court on t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

??.'??:. Kliv wgu JLi*L » I 'I ,T LOCAL A$H- GENERAL..,^ Constables W. S.— Hamia, of Eun^oma and P. McLeay^pf'J ^fentabuila' liave0 been-'^ithorised to prosecute for trespase-on-Grown Lands. theB'j.a Mctio^ %yith the appr^SGW races, at the Royal 'THsr~principalr business of ' to mglits' ' Council Meeting -will be fixing the night soil assessment and '? oonSidering .tendere. The other business »vill be of a purely formal nature. JEhe programme of the-Bre w&rrma races appears 'i^Piis -iss'® . ''l^efialepfiKed' SI diilv 4th, the day-'-1 fiMpwdng ilie -wkidi attended s the idea of holding the two events together bist ' year i^iore than justifies the -;lubs in repuatiug tbe j experiment. tliiF Tenders for the erection of the sheep sued and yards on the P aad A Ass-«iitioii's giouud close oniMday next at 4 in Tut piogramme of -spoits arranged by the Eaily Qlosiug Association iol the 24cti inst, Queens Birthday, is publised- elsewhere, and,! should meet with the appioral of local a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

In dealing with the Councils Qsfcima^es fpr the coining year, our esteemed 'feontempbrary : hgs)fe1Mi ^iito^somje - filers vhi^i %te - so ! ? : ' - ?? ? £ s -1 Balance at Bank, 7tli Feb;. jg^i| 'C'CT Xl | f General rates at Is in. the £ on : . .valuations VI (I- Y ? f^5f9^£P£&- General rate in arrears (estim- _ ated: .... . . ' ... ' Endowment, past year ... '676 1 6 !|M-j;!j^iYcui-peht^^'U..ff '.-r.500 0 0 Night soil Jees 5;.)Vlil^''[ LVi /??'A j 1520 0 0 '.',oa;l .i- f. . t '.M ? ? ? ? '. ?' ;? 38-50 13: l »;it« ; . GJ »Bi^-X»StBNiHTD»BJ , ? ' '? 'P ?' -'. litteresfe-^- ... \ - ... ? 2S0 0 *0 Niglifefebil contract -- . .. - 500 0 0 Cbtincil-^li^m^brrf'erMiioi-'-- 1 1 ^ 1 ! :80O 1 -0 1 1 *0 M'Z i. tiiJ50' ^0 .Stationary ... . .. ..... ... , 'Fetty;«asU|1^} {-{ -- Salaries, wages, ... ... 1000 0 0, Au9kbreaiia4''VaMk,tore''',:'T.v? -''t'^53,I0-!-b; Amount available for j.ew r works'... '... .-'? ? * 1198 3 1 t'tibiifffi' vl.ti.tvi.fi liJjfl jij. a-w -:!?:«-?? f mtr .. . ? t ...

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LOUTH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

' LOUTH NEWS. {From Our Own Correspondent.^ ?The to (rajust^iow seems vciy -tuu, uioreespecu' siiice \ve have lost our respected tpwiisman, J Dobby, who,; with his family, took his departn from ? here miilst a chorus of good wishes On t _ night previous to his departure he was entertain' at the Royal Hotel, where' his health was attppi to in champagne, aud several neat speeclijr 'toasts indulged i*. We were also entertaiiie. j some amateur acrobatic perforriiances, iiic the . : celebrated wheelbarrow tnck, wind cleverly executed,' an;l consists of the pert' throwing a clean somersault over the barrow' pushing it at full speed. The town to-day:' in mourning for Mr. Dobby's departure^ liel rendered so many signal services, not onlyt town, 'but to the (Mitire district, not the ,1^ wliicli was the ridding us of that terrible sco fclie r stufted aliigator. Aiiother little item wc of H%n5tirk was that on the evening of the a mentioned banquet, some !»ags issued writte vitatioig^ggg^j;®^ t...

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THE COMBINATION TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

TTTECOMBINATlGllTTRUCK ' Yesterday , moaning ''three 'combination ijtrucks, {the Evans, Wilkinson, .and Mulliolland) »ef^load{ cd with, icattle consigned to Hou^ebuiah, the trip. , being regarded/^ an epTperjluient^l oy test one. The j Railway Department was well represented by officials whilst rcpresejnJtatiyes oi^ieniventoippr tne invcn : Bors themselves wjere also present'1 The cattle loaded were a very evenloti tenlieiug placed in each truck by the agents, Messrs. Anderson and Co. TJierp was hotfing^worthy-bfeoinhient* in 'Sr^atd to the Inadmsr which was carried out upon exactly tiie loading ww^ Y:][,jW,Ug saine principle as loading witl g Wagons.1' The true' test ?will bef .flie ijouriiey.) The general opin. that the contest for premier positio the Evans and Mulholland, as far at cattle purposes -is required. ' 1^° oppoitu^. ^ iudjiiu- them for .other uses weis forthcfuiiiug y, distinc t; advantage in favour of 'the last na^i ) i e3 trB,.. is the Mrivenieuce with which' 'Cattle...

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WILKINSON & LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

-r iJ -WltKXNSON'ai JAVENDER.' i ^''^ydney, l^ay, 'Wa^ga Wagga; and Bourke report, j t . ' 'Fat Cattle.— 1050 cattle came forward on Monday, 0. ,-aridc10P6,^to^da^ {Thursday), make SOSB^for the ] v' cajmotquoteiuay -altera- I 'faan in late prices-ruling. Quotations — Prime i *buli^l^^^4Ay»^^oqdjiseiuljdo., £5 5s to ; Weaiim*da;', £4^t3s to''£o V tews in pro ? portion. We sold ',72^ buli°eks for Messrs. MoodiejDoi^ds^f|Iflpis and Col j averaging j . ,, - s; j £5 ;8s,vaiidr 54' bullocks for eairie owners, a\rer r aging £6 0s 3d.- * ®ai :i(3alv^ alteration to j .uqf&jmt in (ills inM^^\^ifly*^^era1»'6uppHes i '-. (lSj^^i»^ihij^ ^rwaa^aif^at;Sli^ep.'^aili^6lS sheep iv/ere j \ .' yardea on Monday Mid-10,924't6^ay (Thursday) \..';niaTdi^.-i:27i^7.ii,€br(WeeK^,:fclS'Cqualities.:; The r s^maAetiContinueswery low,;ahd;infeHor qualities are very difficulty fljaits! 1 Quotations— Prime merino jWetiiers, ;8s:6clrto i9s-; Gd^^ood ireful do., ^-j^sfid'to Sss medium.and infetaor, 6s' to 7s ...

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

'^FEOJULOUE OWN CORRESPONDENT ) 'Hav 1. ' i 112p (raTOe ih,'theWrket'.being easier. 8720 sheep .^T'=r penned.? 'prices '.firmer, especially for best

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WOOL MARKET. London, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 May 1888

[?] 4^y'®«ifeaSapltJ} U — [?] ' At the wool sales the total number' of, bales cata |l^|f^[i|lTOU^^i^nn3^,|^^6,8(W^f^pm.ch*2^0,000 -bales bales have been sold. ''/tCThe'sVeepsHns sales opened strongly? ilPiices'Vere afpar with last auctions, 'Three - thousand sue hundred bales yere syd. .

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