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BIG MINING SWINDLE. Sydney, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

BIG MINING SWINDLE. Sydney, May 18. i The Maritoto mine, New Zealand, has been examined, and it has proved that the rich stone sold in Sydney never came out of I it.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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TELEGRAMS. CHINESE QUESTION. Sydney, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

TELEGRAMS; CHINESE QUESTION. Sydaiev, May 10. The Upp?x House refused to suspend the Standing Orders in orJ-ar to pass tlie Chinese Restriction Bill in one sitting. The second reading is fixed for Wis Inesday The Sapreme Court \as granted a writ of habeas corpus in respeci to the Chinese de iai ued iu port. Dibbij unler motion ')f adjourumsnt, tried to ascirtaiu wliat stc n tlie tjroveruuieiit \vouLd fcike in lace tli v Supreine pourt dis sion r.s thfi Cni:iese, bu'; the 'Premier' gave no iafonnatiou. McMiJian, iiext Tues lay will move that the^ ^'Ol-averiHiniit cable i.iessage to* ihe Sec^ retarv of ytaoi re the OJiinese is liable to disturb the friendly reeling between the colonies and the mother country. Important amendments are likely to be made- by the Upper House in the Chinese Restriction BilL Later. Except in a legitimate way 'the Govern ment will not interfere with the decision of the Supreme Court in the Chinese matter. No instructions have been issued to with draw the pol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

' Profitable Patients.- — The most r wonderful aud marvellous success in cases where persons are sick or wasting away from a condition of niiser ableness, tbat no one knows what ails tlieui (pro fitable patients for doctors), is obtained by the use of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. Tbey begin to cure from the first dose', and keep it up until perfect health and strength is restored. Whoever is afflicted in this way need not suffer, when tbey can get Dr. -Soule's American Hop Bitters. —Gin. - innati Star. TO LET 1 HOMESTEAD LEASE fenced, plenty of grass and frontage to - tlie Warrego River. For particulars apply to THOMAS LEEMAN, Railway Store, Bourlce. Or E. SWANSTON, Fords Bridge. LOST l GOLD PENCIL CASE set with T-oEquoise. /X Anyone returning same to Editor of this paper will be adequately rewarded. Notice to Shooters, etc. rpURKE? Shooters and other trespassers on il Mooculta will be prosecuted without respect bf J)6rSQllS. I, , - j.i ?; ,, .. ? E. ? J. BARTON. Manager. Testd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

ASafeMedicine foe Ladies. —The reason this Abraham's (Pills are a safe medicine or lad jos is , . ? , ?^lupply'.^ yegetablfi -jpnipositio;i of Dandelion, aiid cxpresslj' suited to the constitution and requirements of women. This , ejgilains thg , . '? .'?/:- great success aiid golden odpimoiis;:;:|v|^eh ' .^JloWjf ' their use. Thousands say, tbey save all trouble, effectually remove all beauti^ the oomplexioiij np headache, _Bo pjiia. mo fiusbing, no giddiness, no work a pleasure, and existence a joy. Superior to any other jjiiovroreniedy. liiboxes ls, 2s aud -5s. Quick, coniplete cure, all annoying Kidiiey, Ulad deLvand Urinal dLseases, At chemists aud drug gists. MosesMossand Co.,Agents^ Sydaey.^ . :4Sou^i^ma^:iii^i^t4;fl-reath:.;can regulated require jnore tban -one bottle to prove tbis state ment.' Tryit and be conviuced. : '- ;'1 :

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

THIRD DAY. At the regular settling, which took place ou ; le previous night, a third days-racing was atT&np -.i j and four events cut out, which - were run ofl is ?.follows — . ? SHORTS HANDICAP. Of 20 sovs., 6 furlongs. Mr. W G. Orbell's Cynric 7st 3lb ? '? 1 Mr. J. Uno's The Telegram Sst 61b — ... 2 WARREGO HANDICAP. Of 20 sovs. 1 and a quarter, miles. . Mr. M. Robinson's ns Lifeboat Sst 41bs ? _ 1 Mr. A. ?'Tamson's Brown Eagle 7st 41b 2 Mr J. V.' -m's Euglo Maid Sst 71b ? 3 r KREWELL HANDICAP. Of 25 sovs. 1 i-)ile, Mr. J. Lack's Baron 6st 121b ... ..... . ... 1 Mr. M Ryan's us Peeress 9st 121b ? 2 Mr, J. Smiths Handover, Sst 81b - 3 CONSOLATION STAKES, h Mr. A. Harrison's Brown Eagle ... ... 1 Mr. W. Heasman's Burlesque ? 2 ** M. E. J. Barton's Mariner ... ... ... 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

ARTHUR CrmTT Post Om® Chambers, opposite nix G. Post Office, Pitt Street, Svi»ney. Missing Friends, Nost-of-Via, and General Inquiry Agent Certificates obta/ne^ of Copies of Wil s And otter Deeds Obt-iaecL -j ARTHUR CUBITT , thankfully acknowledges the jjri'at ;u*io-vnt of sup- : port which has been accorded hiui bu- many years . |jast Lrongbtalioui by aii aJriibst uiivHi-yliig j SERIES OF SUCCIiHMS-5 . | ?vhieh liave atteudi-d .the many dUVjiiit and im oartsut ircve^iyatious have been placed in '? ale liami:-. . ? ? IS TRACING OP LOST IIKIPS, and irsntfoi-s pertaining to tlie Eccles'ias'ical Court, J Mr. CCl'ITT h::s often rendered essential per vice Ij tlie discovery of liglitful claimants, and the INVESTIGATION' OF P^MGREE. Witli ai) ever-ihifiiug population, daily enquiries arc !:ijMc'tor ? 1 I iiLsSIXn 5-rjJ\7lrVES AND FRIENDS i * Through ihe fauilitiea afforded by. this i institution I riCNDRKD* HAVE BEEN B.ESTOBED 1 to llirir iiuxinue acquaintance^, or tidings of them | atici...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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A BEAUTIFUL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

A BEAUTIFUL LAW. 1 1 ? ; imoes being worked at Mauddacb, in Merionethshire; Wales, has beenserved with) a writ of ini unction on behalf of the Crown, ! r ' reStra3!i33pg J gold raised by him. Under the English liw I the owner of freehold land is entitled,; uie , Adelaide Advocate says, to all mineral*' on or below the surface, except in the case of g ild and silver, which are claimed by the Cro-vr.. j Where, however, the royal inetai? occtr- i;i conjunction with base me1al«, such as tin, .'?'?'CDj)p0ry*aii^w$^ ' form, the gold and silver are not Crown = -t - perty, but the right is retained of tak'o.; ihem at a price determined by statute. T*je unparallelled in the history oT Bm1 sb as it lias been represented to be. Rut a Id '/;l)'ear!o&'^epftsi&!li&vi^^ ' ' ''cv ' ' t;^r « s |t J^e i the Roman occupation of Ogofau, near L' n quartz iciiis were worked. In recent lines similar veins occurring in lower silts: 'an slates at Yigra and Ciogau mines, near V- -1- g...

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SECOND DAY. RAILWAY HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

SECOND DaY. RAILWAY HANDICAP Of 40 sovs., distance 1 mile. Mr. H. Graham's Early Morn, 4yrs, Osi Slbs, ... l ,, ,T. Lock's Baron, aged. 7st 2lbs, ... 2 ? W. Heasman's Burlesques, aged, 6sfc 21bs, 3 Oi&er starters : Goldlake, Telegram, Mainstone, Harlequin, Zephyr, Lady Pitsford, Liuwood, Schoolboy, Sir Richard, Lady Finn aud Piioebe. Betting : 2 to 1 Mainstone, 6 to 1 Sir Richard ami EarlyMorn, 7 to 1 Burlesque and Harlequin, 8 to 1 Linwood. ^ - Zephyr got the best of an indifferent start, but - v Mainstone soon took up the ruiming, with Sir „? Richard next. Coming into the straiglit tlie horses were all In a heap, which was broken by Early Morn and Baron forging ahead, the former showing the most pace, ultimately winning. Time, 1 min ' 51Jsecs. , ; ?''-??? .. ? ? .. ? c -i''' '? L^DIE-5 BRACELET, A Handicap of 20 sovs., with a Bracelet value 25 sovs.V presented by the Pr^ident, Mr. Wil liam Scotc. Horses to be nominated by Ladies. Distance, 1 mile and a distance. Miss Dunlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

pi^nom, on^tv#, mwmie. THE LEADING HOUSE IN SYDNEY. OLE IMPORTERS OF THE y0LE IMPORTERS OF THE RJlTISGH riALOE, &C OSGH PIAISOS, j avu asv CLOUGH S'WAEESIT C LOUGH & W A SEEI AMESICAH OESAIvS- AiyrERTfiflW NICHOLSON & Co., - Mliug ami £i €iorge-#t8.» S&iineu» - W. W . CAMPBELL, 'W HC LEriA Cabinet Maker, UpiKisserer, Bedding llauufacturer and General Importer ail -fc £13 O^jSTI -!£H,Ji: AjGtTL STREET. Uexfc to St. George's Church, and. near corner -of Batbursfc Street, s Purchase Your Furniture AT THE ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE, WEKBE YOU HAVE A ^ Larfe a«-8 well »«§(»rtcd stoch 01' ALL CLASSES OF furniture and furnishing requisites TO SfeLECT FROM. » ? Intending Furnishers unable to visit Sydney can obtain full infor mation and Illustrated Price List ; from our lor:al agent, Me. Wm. Evans Central Australian Show Booms. Bourke. CAMPBELr BROTHERS ROYAL FTjRN lSHING ARCADE 426 «3-ES03FL€2-:S3i &.-Z3?XUE&SEZr9 S*3T2333irjES-S'. THE swmmr Fre...

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REMARKABLE PRESENCE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

J:~T ASKABLE PRESENCE 1 ? 'MIND. Pat H-wj,iha.ts-, while slating the roof --f one of our highest buildings, lost his footing and felL - . Over' and -over he went until v, itiiin struck a telegraph , wire and manage! to . .grasP it, fir*t. with one ba^d, then w.th both. ' ' Hang on for your life, Pat !' shouted bis fellow-workmen, aud the bystanders rushed to the nearest dwelling for a mattress. sld on for a few seeonds, when, sud denly, witii aery 'Shtaud from und'ter!' WhjsW was used, and Pat finally cstne to. XV lien . asked why be did not hoJJ out ?longer, lie feeblv replied : ? ? -j; ? ^0^''- wiiss^'aSh^S'dL' ' ''T'1

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F. L. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

F. L. BARKER. . . Wool. — No sales held this week. Sheepskins. — A brisk inquiry exists, and stocks in fellmonger's - hands being light, the continued dry weather : permitting of a large quantity being put through, 1 prospects may be considered good. The c Ilow ingfigurescanbe realised, viz : — For longwoolled 4Jd to 5id ; fair growth, 3Jd to 4Jd ; short, 2Jd to 3id per lb. Hides. — a severe decline took ' , place in nearly .all descriptions, lights, through scarcity, escaping the fall, which averaged Jd per lb, as the following quotations will slio.v, viz. : — Superior extreme heavies, free from offal, 3£d to 3fd; heavy- conditioned, 3d to 3|d; medium, 3d to 3|d i light, 3fd to 3|d ; dry, 3Sd to 4Jd ; damaged. Id to IJd per lb. Tallow. — There is an active demand for bright samples in sound .casks for export, whilst trade parcels are rather dull of sale. I disposed of a large quantity on Friday as follows Shipping lines of beef — _and -mixed, £lSJnJ£l§J-7§ 6dj good trade jots, - .£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

and false touics are being brought out, witli the view m some instances of supplanting, in others of habitants of Australia knotr to possesfe genuine invigorative, depurative. and diwetic efficacy. The article is Wolfe's Schnapps. Buy it and repudiate the SW. but a mstliciue, with curative properties of the powsouons -drugs. They do not tear down aa alrea3y: Bochcster sells shem, and tiie physicians prescribe Clears oil ra'j, mice, cockroaches, ants, bed-bags J gophere, Drovers , Teamsters, Travellers and the Public, SUJPPLII313 WITH GENERAL SI ORES, B2APEKY, i BOOTS & SHOES HORSE FEED AT GILBERT HEiSEiSO^'S BRIDGE STORE. 1STORTH: 'ROTJRK.E- POST OFFICE HOTELT J EJSTNOOSTIA, H. JVA W.Ar, Proprietor TRAVELLERS, drovers, and the general public i will find every convenience at the above hotel, combined, with civility and attention. All information as to stock roads alway s obtainable Good secure paddock, well Efrassed -and watered ~N. MORRISOX $ CO. § &!v 3p4, M S -» 5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

Iu -tfie past thirty yciirs there have heeu maiier ' . . -remedies' advertised for the care of kidney aud livey troubles and diseases of the urinary organs Of ?only oiie cau. it be said ' It is never kuowato faiL' That oue Is db. bell's -Kidneyand Liver) betxees.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

(from oub own correspondent.) Sydney, Mav 18. 1180 cattle yarded, the market for prime being unaltered, but medium and inferior easier. 18,880 sheep penned ; -market easier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

Loss and Gsiii. CHATTER T. 'I was taken sick a year ago With a l;iLlious fever.''' 'My doctor pronounced ine cured, but I got swk aoaiii, \\ Ith terril le pains 131 my back and sides, and 1 got too bid I Could not move ! I shrunk ! From 22Slbs to 120 ! 'I had been doctoring for my liver, but it did me r. i good. I did not expect to Jive ni ore than three nonths. I began to use Dr. Soule's American TT--p Bicters. Directly my app^tite retiirncfl tny ] ins left me. my entire system seemed renewed .is if by magic and after using several bottles, 1 -m not only as sound as a sovereign, but weigh moi j than I did before. To Itop Bitters I owe my lift B.. Fitzpatkick, DnU'm, June 0, :86. CHAK ;b ii. '1.3 aides. His?, Feb. 1, 1'SS6 Gentlemen — I have sii-lt-red with, att -cks of sick headache.'' feaiale troul .% for years in the most terriUe and eKoruciating i lanner. jfcj 'medicine' or doetor could give me relief or - cure, uati! X used Dr. Soule's American Hop ..?Jitters. ? : 'The first bo...

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., 3000 cattle and 33,000 sheep for week's supply. Cattle market opened firm at late rates, but owingtoover supply sales wereeasier to-day by 10s. ?We sold over 500, including Tobennorey bullocks to 7s 94 : also Nocatunga and Rawden lots. The sheep market was slightly weaker for all descrip tions. .Our sales were about 3000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

RYAN AND HAMMOND, j STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND j FAT STOCK SALESMEN, . i MELBOURNE AND BOURKE l flyan, Hammond and Donkin, j WILKRSOI MI) M¥M1UR, ! AUCTIONEERS, . ^ * ~ Stock, Station, & General Comi/iissipb Agents , SYD1STEY, HAY, WAGGA WAGGA, t - ,','x ? ? ? . ? j. ri , v-A3^ ' V ?? '.V; v^Li- t X- lee & M'ALISTEK A AUCTIONEERS, FORWARDING, SHH'PIXG, COSTOMS, 1NPCRA3TCK, STOCK, £3 Tik^IOST, ' : AKD ? GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS ^40$^ BOURKE, and at 174a PITT-STREET, SYDNEY TNDEjn'cJ executed from best Sydney and Mel X fconrne Uou^e*- tree of clwr-ge. Hay, Oai-, n'oru and Chuff, of the best desgripQon always on hand. , Agknts foe — ? 0 3. Wnmor am! Cn., Cunnatuulla. Hicitrs. B. Ouldsbrough and Co., Melbourne end -jdfi -M-- tars Oram L-, Bowdcn and Arthur, Sydney. Col. s.U! llu'ual Life Assurance Society, Ltd. 3. M9ER50N AUD CO., ^ Watches. Clocks. Jewellery, Etc* a7saujsder!s, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 813, George-street Sydney , NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, j W...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELE&RAPK-] FROM PITT, SON', AKD BADGEK.Y. Svdnev, Mav 17. 19j000 sheep penned to-day, being a large supply, ' and prices weaker. We sold 6200, including Dangar Bros.' Mobki wethers, 9s 7d ; Ormsby's 9s 6d; few seconds 7s lid; L. F. J. -Goroon's Ss7d; W. A. Gardener's Ss 7d to Ss -4d ; few , seconds 7s 8d ; IL Carr's (tops) Ss 6d ; seconds 1 8s ; and culls 6s 8d, etc. 1180 cattle yarded ; market easier. We sold 360, including W. ? Smith's bullocks £5 17s 9d ; Cook's Turanville bullocks £5 14s; and Hooper and Barnett's £59s6d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

sar ARTISTIC ^AILORISG EASHIOKAELE e tjxts AT MODERATE COST. JOAN Gil AH AM ST -jfV ~~%7~ -A. X. ,? 1 AXD ? TAIL OR, 543, GiiOKGIi-STREKT, S'ST3I-33a'ES'Sr, (Next cntiance to Centra Arcade), ' iM) 1 ? ? Oxford-street, CORNER OF RILEY STREET. ' Ib now showing a Special Purchase of very fine Hew Cheviot Tweeds New Worsted Trouserings HewGasbmere Suitings New Saxony Tweeds New Tropical Xweeds New Worsted Suitings And tub Hew Shades in Brown (fashionable) Colonial Tweeds from the First Fac tories in New South Wales, New , Zealand, etc. 'YTTSITORS to Sydney are particularly V invited lo inspect jtlie great and really grand collection of Tweeds, now on view at my establishments. The highest product of the handiwork of man, in the «rt of weaving, is «hbvo, as the collection of Tweeds Is the Very, Best that England, Scotland, France, Germany, 2few Zealand, Victoria, - Tasmania ,- and -New South Wales, can. produce.- No - ,£ubbishy MateeIac, dear at any price, ever finds a place in tny estab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

« Sinking Company of Sidney v,,-t»..li-.uc-5 1384 ; ln- cm .miatv.i 1348. r* . - i VS /i 'OO ' .B- iterre Fund '^600,000. 'fe-ivrve f«' Jiqn*!is*ii.'- o! Dividends £135,000. Soui-ke Branch, (Opened 186b.) tiyPQ8I3!3 n ef-i»eti on fitment accounts $ interest £li0-r,,l -,'« fixed deposit* at current rates : ; Cfe«qu« end orders collected; VItWEW *»«»*. «*J -*]l bli,1'kl,la S!ne6S ' DJLELIIfG- EiVER BRANCHES: W«kWr.3M-, BOUl^KE, VIUi Gjwmn * TffBjwweissji. ilt.b.bdl] i ? l t: fr ^tunagcr IJo'dUie ?-„? The Australian Joint Stock Bank. HKAD OFFICK : SYDNEY „ 3cui\ke Branch: Mitchell Street. All usual banlanq business ? transacted. C. G. EEKT, Manager. The London Chartered Bank of Australia. 1 1 corporatcd by Kojal Charlei. Czpiidpsid up, One Million Sterling bourse branch. H. W. HI IX, M stinger. 1-77. BIDDULPH, Solicitor, &c., OXLEV STREET^ BOUF^KE Cemml-aioner for Affidavits for Yictoiia, Qae, 'eland and South Australia, J. T. EE AD FO ED, Solicitor., &c., MITCHELL STRE...

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