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M'KELLAR AND BURTON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

M'KEULAR AlfD BURTON'S REPORT. Under date Brewarriua, May 3rd. — We have to day sold a mixed herd of 2500 cattle at a satis factory figure, on account of Messrs. McDonald and Bruckueli, Fermoy, Queensland.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£1000 TO CHARITIES. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

' £1000 TO CHARITIES. Sydney, May 8. A thousand pounds of the late John Nagle Ryan's estate goes to charities instead of to testator's next of kin.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

Not a Beverage.— 'They are not a beverage, but a medicine, with curative properties of the highest degree,, containing 110 poor whteky or poisonous drug6. They do not tear down an already debilitated system, but build it up. One bottle SPSteontuns more liojVs, that is, .nore rea l bop fetrentth than a ba-rel of ordinary 'jeer. Every druggist in Hochcsfcer sells them, and the phyticiaaS prescribe them.' ' Evejing, Express, on Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters.1' Old-gentleman {calling down the stairs) — ' Clara) didn't I hear that young man go just now?'' Daughter— 'Yes, papa, yon heard him go to the . cellar for more coaL' fiour stomach ?snd. foul breath nan he ^uickljr regulated by DB- bell's bitters, and you will hot require more, than one 'bottle to prove this state ment. Try, it and be convinced. ' Papa,' said a beautiful girl, ' I fou id several cigars scattered about the front yard this inorninar. XHd , you Tdtijp them ?' ' No, they don't belong to jnej'' responded the old man...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

HOME BUSH STOCK SALES. [Br TELEGRAPH.] I FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. ! Sydney May 7. 1200 sheep penned, quality generally was only : medium and prime were in good demand, other sorts unaltered. We quote best wethers 10s to AOs 6d. Our sales were 3259 including i Dangar's wethersat 10s4d, MacLeay's9s 9-J,and Donelly's crossbreds about 9s 103. 900 cattle yarded, and ? , opening sales showed a slight improvement, but this was not maintained. We quote best bullockB worth £6 5sr Our sales include W. Stenness' - bullocks At L5 3s. ?

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CHALLENGE. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

I CHALLENGE. 1 ? r -, ? ''?.vi,1;''-,.1 ..-.'.?l-.;.1'. ? Sydney, ? ,Mav . 8. , ' liijpson of ; the ' Telegraph Rnwfn-r ' 1 :? - : 11 ? ? 1 Club, Melbourne, has challenged Kemp for a -£1000 to pull on the Lower Yarra, Kemp t^'conoede 20 seconds in three miles.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

(FBOM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, May 8. 992 cattle yarded. Market dull, values unaltered. : 12,377 : sheep penned ; prices unproved towards I close of sales. j

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ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. Sydney, May S. Three men received eight years, and one ;'r' aksa.'cdi&xig' police constable- l';': Ridley at Redfern.

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MESSES. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVES May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

MESSRS. GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER . V.:.; - -May 7. Cattle. — -Market unaltered. Best beef, 15s per I lOOlbs. Sheep. — Market improved 6d per head - 'for -prime qualities. '50-lfo. wedters, 9s. We. have sold, on account of various owners, 987 ? cattle and 12,262 sheep at satisfactory prices. j

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DISCOVERY OF A SILVER REEF. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

DISCOVERY OP A SILVER REEF. ' Sydney, Mev 8. ' '? A. silver reef 7 feet wide has bfeeiT; dis covered near Little River, Abercrombie Range. --

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

ARTHUR CUBITT Post Oisigb Ohambebs, opposite the G. Post ' Orncu, Pitt Stbebt, Sydxet. Missing Friends, Next-of-kiii, and ? ( General Inquiry Agent Certificates obtained of Births,' Deaths, and Marriages. Copies of Wills . t And otter Deeds Obtained. \ . ARTHUR CUBITT : thankfully acknowledges the great amount of sup - port which has been accorded liiin for fnauy years |-aBt brought about by au almost unvarying SERIES OF SUCCESSES ?vhicli hav« attended the ma.uy difficult and ini '» 'voortaiit investigations 'that have . been placed in - nia hands. * : IN TRACING OF LOST HEIES, sod matters pertaining to the Ecclesiastical Court, Mr. CUP.ITT has often rendered essential service ... J _.fcy the discovery jofrightfnl claimants, and the INVESTIGATION OF PEDIGREE. - 'Willi an «ver-shif ting population, daily enquiries -? -? - :i ? ? -'are niiule for J MISSING RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Through the facilities afforded: by this ' ' ' ? ' ' institution HUNDREDS HAVE BEEN RESTORED to their anxiou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

€!. -A- CmUumrt, REPRESENTING HAGON BROS., 1 150, PITT-STRIIET, SYDNEY T7TSITS BOUEKE every few months, with an ? f extensive assortment of Patterns of' the latest designs and Novelties in .Suitings, Coatings and Trouserings. GENTLEMEN favouri -j him with their orders will admit diat for Cut,. 1 : r, Style and Fi:nsH, and moderate prices, Ha«-i n' Bros., cauixot be ex piled. . Mob Steam Sa.', Flamg and iBuliag Trangie. Rigut OpP' -site rirK rr i.TroN. Timbers Supplied at Lowest Rates ... ;? ? ANO — - All Orders Punctually At tended to. CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS SUP-! PLIED WJTH QUOTATIONS. SMART Aim CA3IPBJELL. w. C AES3kT I5Y, BaSES & CilfilFMGf 10MBE MITCHELL rtTftBET, BO URIC E. Small goods always on band- Wedding ; Gates made to order 33.T?T-; A T) DELIVERED TI4TT 'S- J. fOUNG, PEA.CTICAX, 'W^XOHnvtA.TCTi'-X?, MITCHELL. STREET On PATK- HURRAY'S Old Corner, next McLOUGHLEfS Jolly - Waggoner Hotel. BEGS to inform the public of BootKE and surrounding DrsTKicr tliat he has comm...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK V. CHAPTER I Continued. VENICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

mmsE. | Br THE AUTHOR OF ' Mr IiJLDr COQUEm.' | BOOK V. CHAPTER I Conliouod. ' . VENICE. ? ?' So o'er the lagnne We glided ; and from that funereal bark - Itean'd and saw the city, and did mark How from their many isles iu eveumg's gleam Its temples and its palaces did seem ' tike fabrics of enchantment piled to heaven !' That this man's life had bceu a chequered one was evident. A gamester's is ever a life of strange contrasts, of tajiid changes ; now in sunshine, now in darkn^t-s; one day rich, poccess'ul; ^lorioii?'; »he next reckless, tiojie le*s, desperaio. But the man was faithful to his word. . For one whole year lie dwelt with Raoiii de Yerdreuil, and in that time he never gave him the slightest cause to die : trust his promises. The - remorse 'he felt for his attempt on the life of -his benefactor never left him, and it purified and ennobled him, so thatUaouJ, watchful and carefully observant- of 4»?s actions, had never once re pented of a generosity which to the eves of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

O&mM&rsi&i Banking Compaq ? '' ipy^vii|l^ea'-li»*l« Ine»rnoi»ted.'-W48;' o^'Aow- , rS«« r-- for JSqua!is«tin» of Dmdends £3^5,000. , ^ ' Seurke Brancli, (Opened 186b.) 1 '; V cn C'-^rf't'acc^PPtej5:.''n^,!*Bf:; ?»'?? ?r.'Cl |:3*iW»d on Of posits a^,cBrrent^ate«:;;: ,_ &U cWq«« «nd orde.s collected; J ' ©litlirG B1TPE BRANCHES: ®8^KK' ,w ? MiijiiTi^WKjeipife^p. . ,* ?. - ?? ? ?' :.; ''. ?????'? ; il%b.buli ''v'^'-rV1— ;;; Hauaser 'Bour»ceBrftneh- Th® AustP&lia.n Joint Stock Bank. HEAD OFFICE-. SYDNEY. Eourke Branch : Mitchell Street. 1 ? ? AM nsualbanMvg busies* & . j - ,.-i ;V .-'-?? ??; C. G. KENT, '*''/ ','J ,:~- The London Chartered Bank of Australia. , ' : : ,s incorporated by Royal Chartei. Capital paid vp~0ne Million Sterling ? B O UB.K E BRA K.CH fa. . . ? . Manager. P. j.Siddulph, . SoluMor3 &c., eaffiiBkSion.r,for^ffidiivitE for Victoria, Queensland * «&3 South Australia. J~ ~T. READFORB, Solicitor, dcc., 1 ^IT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

M . IN i KllCoLONIAL - \ . INVESTMENT, /. ' ,( M iiAND & BUILDING COMPANY, limited. Head Office, 96 Batkurst Street, Sydney. SBBSCftlJJIiD CAriTAX, £,63,000. _ . Rfses-yes and Undivtd£d Pbofits, £53, 100 BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Wm. McCoukt, Esq., J-P-, SL1j.A., . Ghaihman. , ! JCiioa. Tate, Esq.; J-so. ; j DrsoXj Esq.; H. J. Bkasdox, Kiii., J. P. &&&KERS : . .Bank of Nuw South Walks. TaJE^^iioads of this well-known' Company lmve been at tbe rate of la iJer eciiL per a.ii num, besides placing a substantial .'.aiouui OUT or THE X'KOFITS TO THJ5 RESi.fi.VjE EfSKD, thus artording depositors and investors ample security. - ; . _'' Tbe increasing deposits and; the number of Terminating Shares daily applied for shows the confidence ofthe public in this company. Deposits received at the following rates: — . Three months ... 5 per cent, per annum. Six months ? ? 6 ,, ^ Twelvemonths ... 7 ,, ?, Dcjiusitors at twelve months share hi ihe prolts £20 TERMINATING SHARE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

^ARTISTIC TAILORIM FASHIONABLE SUITS AT moderate cost. JOHN (xJtLAHAM isrjLv ai. AMD ? military TAIL OB, 543, Gkorge~ Street 5 s-sraDWBY, (Next , entrance to Centra Arcade), Asn Oxford-street, CORNER OF RILEY S\ .1EE1'. t Is now showing a Special Purcbrj3e of very fine New Cheviot Tweeds Hew Worsted Trouserings New Cashmere Suitings } New Saxony Tweeds New Tropical Tweeds New Worsted Suitings ?i ? And the ? I. '/ New Shades in Brown (fashionable) i ? Colonial Tweeds from the First Fac tories in Mew South Wales, New ' Zealand, etc. PIS1 TORS to Sydney are imited io inspect the great aud , really grand collection of Tweeds, now on view at. my establishments. The highest j product of the handiwork of n.an, in the *rt of weaving, is shown, as the collection j of Tweeds is the Very Best that England, . Scotland, France, Germany, New Zealand, ! Victoria, Tasmania and New South | Wales, can produce. No Rubbishy Matesiah, dear at any price, ever finds a place in my establishments. I cater f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

i GOLD PENCIL CASE set withTorqi: ise. A Anyone returning same to Editor of this paper will be adequately rewarded. LOST BY a Poor Woman ia Bourke, a -purse conta. ;ing £5 in notes, also some silver and co; jer. Finder will be rewarded upon delivering the ;j.ime at ROBINSON'S COACH FACTORY. . TO LET HOMESTEAD LEASE fenced; plenty of rrase and frontage to the Warrego River. For particulars apply to ? - v THOMAS LEEMAN, Railway Store, Bourlia. Or E. SWANSTON, Fords/Bridge. ~ UTotice. TO HORSE OWNERS. OWNERS desirous of offering by Auction any HORSE, may do so immediately after the Selling Race winners are sold on each day. Par ticulars may he given to the Auction Clerk at the Judge's Box prior to each sale. RANKEN & BLOXHAM, A'ictione re I^tice to Shooters, eis. TURKK Shooters and other trespassei s on Mooculta, will be prosecuted without rcspeGt of persons. E. J. BARTON. 1 .'???''Manager. NOTICE. , A LL -stray sto ik found in the Moocolla paddocks il. after this date will he ...

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EXPLOSION AT KIAMA. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

EXPLOSION AT EIAMA Sydney, May 8. A t the Bombo quarries, Kiama, yesterday, three men were killed and 3 others fright fully mutilated by a premature explosion of blast, a horse and cart were crushed to pieces by a falling rock. ; Later. Myers and another man who were injured in the Kiama quarries died this morning.

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WAR WITH GERMANY. London, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

WAR WIT& G^ London, May i. Boulanger in a pamphlet intitled German I Invasion, advocates war with Germany to avenge injuries of France and redeem its honor. ' - The French naval squadron in the East have received instructions to rendezvous at Yokabama. The Military council at St. Petersburgh agrees that in its present condition Ru .sia is unable to attack, and has decided to. con struct three railways towards the Austrian frontier.

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TELEGRAMS. AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP. Sydney, Saturday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP, Sydney, Saturday morning. Nothing could be more favorable for a sjilendid race and large attendance to-day, the weather being bright with a gentle breeze. The chances of the result are al most even, but Hanlan has a slight lead in the betting. The men are very evenly matched in weight, both turning the scale at list, lib., and there is only fifteen months ditterence in their ages, Hanlan being the younger. No drawback is likely to occur by the encroachment of steamers as only two will follow the race, and wager skiffs and other boats are prohibited, Hanlan on being interviewed expressed his intention of pulling liis hardest for th« first mile to pump Kemp out, and if he wins he will take the championship to Canada and offer it to Canadian or American scul lers, but he will not contest for it himself again' There was a good deal of wagering last night at .5 to i. on Hanlan, but level money was accepted in several instances. The inen have 'arranged tog...

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HEIFER OR COW? A VEXED QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 9 May 1888

HEIFER iQBriidwr? & VEXED The secretary offciie Brooghton Creek Agri cultural Society (says the Sydney Mail) writes : — ' A protest has been entered against some two-year-old Jersey, heifers getting the prizes, on the grounds that, having, had a calf, they were not heifers, 'but cows. The protest was considreeri at a , uiDcuug ui uic wuiujtut;^ auu lb navlDg: never cropped up decided to ask your opinion oil the matter, as to what was done in the larger shows. The matter simply is whether a two-year-old a heifer or not.' — There is no rule or pre cedent to affbrd-a guide ia the case, although the question crops up frequently in ejec tion rfy'ifch Sieho we.^ -Tbe reply, Jwe think, ; should be that the terms of the prize in the schedules should be adhered to strictly. If. J 1 '? years;' 'heifer, one -year old and under two year*,' and there is jjo condition' re garding having a calf .it is our bpi,,,*. ., that the prize for a heifer tan he won by an the ; SSI&S*rB°;r.5 ...

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