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A STRANGE STORY [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

-'^?^?j^^^^'si^^;^^ A«TitAir&E story, ?^i^;,i8t^emg-1;.AyJh[^8|)^j.^(j;.; all through Ijbndoti ?;sGcieij;;M!tQld''i-'.tpitii;:'i:^1^ .a.faw,weeks^ince.',;..lt'|i.SjBaicl-.:'iihat a lady j ? '?;l ' :geaiera:Iiy«po1jeii of aBrEren^li/'ihja^jan'-tij^ ?^???j ( !;;??'?? Jabpfrfc fo\obtne' foE.w^^.t^itli;;^id.4ii'iin)-^E^i ';sth.p 'j ?; i;;N; flwas -,i-brii';in '-'Ik wjfiii :i:wed1oclc^^W«^ti;:;:li^;^|£';;i '. :; ?.',.. ,;: and the :.:'3at^.V''(Jukep'; '? *&&,'sAme-^*kprgji ? '$&&£?;] :? yv:;pienfc/^coguj|Mn^^ ';?? ' the '\ family ''Wfisous.' ?;:!' ?Th^^^jutejlVpaiseid.' ?:'^:i:''-&TOu|h/^liaSfe^^^^^ '?'L-;-w-ij^-)famti[i«?^ ?? ;? ,-;Mapners'^o^!;tfa^':^r4^i« 'j}t vS^ilby, aud '?'?iT^^ob^biriibr^ ..;?, ';.;.::,-^*ias: Shout lio iget #mar^d^;^|ie,|ISi^ai-i'-!'.:io'; .''??? ' Ijave'^mifle/iu^ ??'-?'^lu^fiiturei^ ???^:j:-,-;Pprta8';'.*^ : ??''?' '. 'were right^ and ' t iiat fee ? ueed ''fear '4i«)! 4ival:%o :' ,..???? ;.y:il&e.;tit!ie^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

^ARTISTIC TAILORING FASHIONABLE e u i ts AT MODERATE COST JOHN GKAHAM 3ST A. ~V ^A. I. TAILOR, 543, George-Street, (Next entrance to Centra Arcade), Oxford-street, CORNER OF RILEY STK!:i5T. Is «ow showing a Special Purchase ? f very fine New Cheviot Tweeds New 'Worsted Trouserings New Cashmere Suitings New Saxony Tweeds New Tropical Tweeds ' New Worsted Suitings And the New Shades in Brown (fashionable) Colonial Tweeds from the First Fac tories in ftew South Wales, New Zealand, etc. TTISITORS to Sydney are particnlarly V invited to inspect the great and really grand collection of Tweeds, now on view at my establishments. The highest product of the handiwork of man, in the irt ol weaving, is shown, as the collection of Tweeds is the Very Best that England, Scotland, France, Germany, New Zealand, Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales, can produce. No fioBBisuT MiTEurAr, dear al any price, ever Jinds a place in ray establishments. I cater for tbe people^ who believe in the simple prin...

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SUGAR BOUNTIES. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

'' SUGAR BOUNTIES. ^ ,'r- .London,. May 10. Tlie treaty for the abolition of the Sugar Bounties Avill be signed In July. Railway policy to be announced next week. The Evaiuiq Netn sporting scribe tips Peabody or Democrat for the double here. The debate oil the Crown Lands Bill in com mittee was resumed at an early hour in the Legis lativeAsseuibly on Wednesday, the question being the amendment moved by Mr. Abbott, on the 18th clause, giving 'power to appeal against the rents of lands already fixed, as well as those that would be dealt with in the future. The discussion 'was car ried on with considerable animation throughout the evening in the' presence of a fall House. Amoncst the speakers were Mr. J. P. Abbott, ill. AbigaS, Mr. M'Millan- Mr. Wise, Mr. Want, and Mr- Beid. . The principal feature of .the debate wos the action of the Minister for Lands', whoap pearel to turn completely round from the position - He took;up with regard to the amendment when it was $ast Judder discussion...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

SjEOE peculiar developments witnessed during, the last two debates on the I8tli- plause^gf the Land Act are certainly entitled- iB3t|8l the attention they are likely toWxeceive Most of our readers will be ^ware^^fliatl^tjUe amendment moved by Mr. Abbott ?was two ?fold iriltB lobject,' by jrendering^%^-pwjeri)f appeal retrospective, and byjbransferring the power now claimed by the -Mimisfer *o 'the ^ndCourji. Jo both of dieseJthe Oorern inentj chiefly thfough^e Ministerfor Tjan&s^ declared 'ah irrieconcila.blS*'ODDOlsitiGrn^aIQd %vith a. good deal of arrogance threatened to flirow «p the -measure if 'the ?HoMse'4sanc-' ^oued^e^^Itei^ons^BOu^it^yJMLr.j&BBOTZ^ Tt'\vas therefore only *naftiuralihat a feeling of intense surprise should ' rapidly permeate not only die Assembly, but the' 'whole country when Mr. Gahbett made a state meut whi^i^rac^caSly *^jo5ipted*a»' a witif-j drawal of t'he opposition— ia. complete sur render to the demands of those %-seeting the Amendment...

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IRISH QUESTION. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

IRISH QUESTION. '.-..-? . London. Mav 10. Gladstone declines to vindicate the plau of campaign but considers the Government are its .real authors. The Irish Bishops have notified their ad hesion to the Papal decree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

Watcli-s. Glojks. Jewellery. Etc* v' ; A. S iTOEfs;'.' Watchmaker and Jew-Uer, SXS^v- jGreorge-st^eiel ^ Sydney, NEARLY OPPOSITE', -RAniwA^ STATION. WATCHES and JEWELLEEY guaranteed to give satisfaction. Watches t3iat have no equal in prices or quality. SEND,.fOR PRICE LIST. POSl'FREE. i ; ' -ENfiLISH LEVERS. L iiugU3h Lever, full plate. £.2 10s; 2 years guarantee. '2. iZugtis'n Levur, compensation b.tlaucc, £rl 15s ; '2 yeais1 guarantee 3. 1-JngUsh Lsver, fuil covered capped, £3 10s ; 3 ycirs' guaj-autec 4. EugUsii Lever, extra strong, 1*4; 3 years' guarantee. ? } -,. .5. iingUsh Le\-er, pateut gold balance, JC4 10e ; 4 years' guarantee. 0. EngUtih lxsver, patent compcutsatiou bal&ucc, £5 ; 4 years' guarantee. 7- English Lever, extra strong, ' Fuese power,' i'G ; 5 years' guarantee. ? S. English Lever, 'Fuese power,' -compeusatiou balance, i7 : 5 yeai-s' guarantee. 9. The ACME of perfection, most reliable watch ever made ; full ruby jewelled, chronometer bal ance, patent ti...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

CHURCH OF ENGLAND FLOWER SHOW (by observer.) I ARRIVED at Bourke on Wednesday last, a stranger to the town. Sauntering along the main street a bellman attracted my attention. He was just giving out notice as follows :— :'.To:uighM to-night ! at 7 o'clock, a Flower Show, in aid 'of the English Church, will be held at Deignau'e BalL' - Having plenty of time at my disposal. I determined » to visit the Show, but first, like a prudent man, returned to iny- dwelling and emptied my well iillcd pockets. Then, with a few silver coins, I sallied forth prepared tor an evenings' enjoyment, and also, on the qui vire, iigoiust. being taken in. The hall as I entered presented a gay appearance. Long stalls on either side were covered with choice flowers, neatly arranged in wicker baskets, vases, &c PreUy br ^on-holes, nwde by deft fingers, could be purchr ed in abundance at the modest price of Gd-each. At one end of the room a variety of pot plants were standing in rows for inspection and s...

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BOURKE JOCKEY CLUB. ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

BOURKE JOCKEY CLUB ACCEPTANCES. The following arc tlie acceptances for tlic two principal events at the forthcoming races : — BOUBKE JOCKKT CLUtt ?UJLSDKXV. st lbs , st Ilj8 Democrat 2u-l 8 1*2 Euglo Maid c 8 Eily O'Connor S 6 Lady f itsfnrd G 8 Peeress S3 Lady Yattcudon G 7 Toorale 7 9 Peahody G 6 Lifeboat 7 0 Sir Richard G - The Telegram 7 2 Brown Eagle ? Go CESTJUr- AUSTBAUAN HANTJICAI'. jstlbs st lbs Democrat 2nd 8 l\ Euglo iiaid G G Eily O'Connor S 5 Lady I'itsford (5,6 Peeress 8 1 Lady Yattondou G o Toi.rale 7 7 PeaboJy 6 4 Lifeboat 7 4 Sir Ricliard G 3 The Telegram 7 0 Flip 6 2

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GRIFFITHS AND WEAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

..'-„' .'.;.?? vJCBIFEITHS AJ-1- WEAVEU. ?Eepdrt^-743 tatae^ere' yarded at ' Homebush to day: ilarket throughout was biisk at an ad ; %'ance of nearly 10s per head ; best 1-eef icalising 16s per iOO lbs. ,44,255.. sheep penned, market ?-.. -; ailflo firmer.' - ?-50U- ?wedderB making 9s.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

? ??'/': -r -'.?{p)?-WI)OTB OW:!? COBBESPONDENT.) ? i .--:., i :;.j..+.y ?*,- ?:-;? ^;, Sydney, May 11. 7^0 cattle yarded ; prices firmer, advancing 10s to ?'??' -lfe. jier*4iead;-* 15,J300 sheep ? penned ; market firm -at late rates. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

rtfSSIllSlfJUu^li- axalili, 'UvlUJilv:!!;? p^H9^E^A^EEfeATCL'S HOTEL:) ^iS^^mSJiniymrapjS^^£nA f^tjlcJoW : Senior 'HouBe . ^Km^tkti6^^y3^t^r:ncreou^ly. , Medicines. ^?^f^wSa«ft»1atii^6ofjaie'-Joloniel 7'

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F.L. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

^'^??'^?^'^r'^-^y'y/f^f^gg^ ? ?'; '- -^^L^jBince^jBay^laBt report I Jiavc helda sale, ' '. ' 'imngiiig iorwarft :' a', icataJogne of 71 bales. The aiBual'ljuypcsrwEre present; and good business / :'3was iSone, ' jjncea taajgg realised viz. i— Scoured, ;!:p^^^^ijbe^n^a0d%olt4a;^6ck8;€dto '?? ; ' 1 7^'| iifc?^y^*!? j° -W - loptsandpieces propor- r- Jtionat^yV^fehcgwlnn&^AlinyiashiBale for dry : iloiis^iJiBtnmg'^ !#'^-1-id existed, Tvhich enabled !s-f^36b'^JttiBLdv^*uj.i values, ^iz. : Best to 5 Jd ; Fr'^'3Bfi3afe-,i3pMiyrij^'^'^p^™^- *T?''^n'*g .'Steady. ^^^^oiM^^e^eaFies^^ioujfco^ -: a 5H;-*i^inafy,lieaTifi8,i3d^o 3Jd ; medium, 3M v^affiLge^pnosl ^aSeaWe^ldio^Jd per lb. ^^f^Mpjr^a^p^^^epruicipal5)uyec8, ja»a ? A4Sllt|traSi£j5aznpl£8 P»n .good .;, casks commanded ,^^^S^tS»^Jirinr,-Tra3Al6tB .nuietrir^lAflr^ ? ' alacge Sfcuogueas Jollo)ra ; JBest beet, or mixed, '. % ??;- inferior, :f^l2Mpl5.^erjtpn...'' Marsupial'SkinB. ;^?~ 35^^w^w«^djoporaumrwe^ ?3^i^ii^f^iice85-elngJ5nn, mo...

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PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

PBOPEBTy SAT£. Jv,Anderson -and Co. report having sold on 1 Bccountof Messrs.' J. G. and. A. Broad their Little Dingera .station, containing: 100 square uiiles of countay,: :in 'ihe Gregory. South district of 'Quecus-* -.. land;.to Mr. Thomas Green, at a satisfactory price.

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J. ANDERSON & CO. Report for week ending 11th instant. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

? ' j. asdubsos & 00. . Report for week ending 11 tb anstaut 1 We'4ia\'e6old-340Mount;iCornishfat«o\vs tin cou junctipn.widi -Pitt, Son, , and Badgery) for the - Scottish^ ^-ustralian Investment Co. ;? 1560 Charlton . fat : wethers (in conjunction; with ; Dbngharty^oumod barker) for 'Messrs.-Ondsay Bros. ; 1000 iat wethers (in conjunction with R. . Goldsbrough and Co) for James Little : aud1. 22 ,. . horses .for varions owners. . .... Truckea .to 'Sydney Market, 299 Ndcatnnga fsit )Cattle?H.jB. .Hughes. pwnerB consigned ' to . J. : ' I*eas ?iana 'Co., ; Homebush ; 1000 fat wethers, James Little owner, consigned to R. Golds brdrigh r aud--3o. ? 135 Tobermory i at cattle, *E. ? , Jones owner, -consigned to J. Leeds and Co. ' r^cteai^Melbourue Markct/via Idbury, 1340 . fat wethere,1 Lindsay .Bros. Owners, cousigued to VDougharty, iSou and Parker. .... Despatched by road .to Mudgce, 171 Boorarafat ?. -icatde:-'- -'.'... ??a-.-- ?? -? . , -.

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JUDICIAL CHANGES. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

JUDICIAL CHANGES. Svdnev. May 11. 'Several xlianges have been mad* in the disposition of. Crown Prosecutors. Herbert Harris is transferred from the Northern to the Western district. Coffey from the North Western to Metropolitan, Hunter Browning cakes the Northern district, aud A. F. Daw son the North-Western.

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FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

. KEOM riTTj.SOK, AXP BADCKJtr. ' ; :: .-.'.. . . Svdnev. Mavi 10. * ? 15,0^)0 .aicep'-vrere .penned ; ;prjme Vere iujgopd -de-' . ; inandl' but other sor^s reniaiu unaltered. Best ; -;? wetliere^brfhlOsfid to Il6.i Wc«old4l00, in , ' ' -^cMSing-^VarisJi : wethers at 9s ; Chishoun's ''9s' ''' - ? ^-aoa -3unningham'a 1 &f^' 750- catde yarded ?'; -prime yards of bullocks scarce, and prices int proved x»nsiderably for all descriptions. We ; f^jgpio'te iestrbDUocks worth £6 10s to £7. Our ;-,.J; »ales ^cre^Srortiiem agents bullocks, by roadj, - at'£6 12s 4d,, topping inarkeL.

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Sydney, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Sydney, May 11. The ' aboriginal, James Druitt, is to be lianged at Wagga on June 8th.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., Sydney, May, 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

^^HQiirEBUSH STOCK SALESj. v ?'???'??.; ,v. - , ! {Br'TEtEGBArH.] ; - ' JOSEPH LEtDS AND CO., '?'^':'''ai^'i(-'^.'':!.:-'r:-. -: ' -~' r ';Sydney, May 10.' : 26,000^ sheep and 1700 cattle yarded tluswcek. ' -^eep -market iremainsiuialtered foribestquali ? lies; *tiier descriptions ..easier. We sold 500, ' ? ?including .-Richardson's :.; wediere, 'at -;'10s 2d,. topping market; lambs lls; Gowoug , wethers to SSs-W^^'*''* w 8s 10d ; Wood'* ?«*' 3di Webb's lambs 10s Id. Cattle market was - iqinaltienod:.--; on.-. -Monday, . i-jit ii'to^day '] sales were -very' brisk, prices showing an improve . v -meat of 20s ou best qualities. AVc ' sold nearly . 500, including 150 Ifocatungatiullocks, averaging v -E6 isSd, and 203STorley .bullocks averaging £0 l6 3d;jiiso270Korlcy cows. '?-?'''?

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UNITED STATES AND THE CHINESE. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

UNITED STATES AND THE CHINESE. London, May 10. .The .United States Senate has ratified the treaty for the exclusion of the Chinese for 20 years.

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IMPORTED STOCK. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 12 May 1888

IMPORTED^STOCK. London. Mav 1 0. Several stud rams and shorthorn bulls have been 'shipped for Sydney by the steamer Mu rrumbidgee.

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