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BANK NOTE FORGERY. London, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

BANK NOTE FORGERY. London, May 17. | James McGregor was brought up to-day on a charge' of fo-ging several five pound notes on the AJ.S. Bank and committed for trial: a '

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPULSION OF BOULANGER. London, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 19 May 1888

EXPULSION OF BOULANGER. London, May 17. } The French Premier iutends moving that General Boulanger be expelled from the Chambers of Deputies.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLL TAX TEST CASE. Sydney, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

'**** . POLL TAX TEST CASE. Sydney, May 22. Writs of habeas corpus have been issued for the release of those Chinamen detained on board steamers, but -vvho are willing to pay the poll tax.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISH POISONING. Sydney, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

FISH POISONING. t Sydney, May 22. A family of fire, resident in Oxford-street, were yesterday poisoned by partaking of fish. Although- they suffered intensely, speedy remedies being applied, they are now out of danger.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

PARLIAMENTARY, Sydney, Mav 22. It is not probable that McMillans mot^n of censure will come on to-day, as ineirJ9ers Avill not forego private business, a^d the Government will proceed with the estimates at 7 o'clock. Immediately after the Hous-j jngj jjr Dibbs gave notice of motion of censure re the Chinese question. Tbe Premier at once moved the adjourn ment of the House. The disclosure of the railway policy is stil further postponed. ' ^ Later. ? '.. ? The examination of exemption papers held by the Chinese on board the steamer Gruthrie has been going on all day, and those who pass to the satisfaction of the Collector of Customs will be allowed to land. As soon as the Assembly met this after noon Mr. Dibbs moved that no legislation which does not provide for the total ex clusion of Chinese immigrants will be acceptable to tiie House ; that any legisla tion sihould be the result of a united action qf the Australian colonies ; that the Govern ment should withdraw the bill now before...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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TELEGRAMS. ACCIDENT TO MAJOR - GENERAL MILFORD. Sydney, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

TELEGRAMS. ACCIDENT TO MAJOR-GENERAL atlLFORD. Sydney. Mav 22. Major-General Milford had his right hip fractured yesterday on alighting from a tram car.

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TUESDAY 22nd MAY. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

Tuesday 22nd May. ' . {Before 'the Police Magistrate V Joseph Pages v. John Anderson. Wages Casr dismissed. & ' . Same v. Same. Assault Case dismissed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

^ARTISTIC TAILORING FASHIONABLE j SUITS AT MODERATE COST. fOHJST GKAHAA1 AND TAILOR, 543, George-Street, (Next entrance to Centra Arcade), AMD Oxford-street, CORNER Or RXLBT STREET. Is now showing a Special Purchase of very fine New Cheviot Tweeds New Worsted Trouserings New Cashmere Suitings New Saxony Tweeds New Tropical Tweeds New Worsted Suitings Awb the New Shades in Brown (fashionable) Colonial Tweeds from tlie First Fac tories in New South Wales, New Zealand, etc. XTISEDORS to Sydney are particnlarly V invited to inspect the great and really grand collection of Tweeds, now on view at my cstabiishmente. TJie highest product of the liauSiwork of man, in tlie nrl -)1 weaving, isishown, as the collection of Tweeds is the Wry Best that England, Scotland, Prance, Germany, N«w Zealand, Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales, ean produce. No Rubbishy iliTEEiAt, dear at any price, «ier finds a. place in my establishments. I cater for the people, wi ?-»' believe iji die simple principl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

Loss and Gain. CHAPTER I. 'I was takeu'sick a year ago With a Itillious fever.*' 'My doctor pronounced me cured, but I got sick again, with, terrible pa:iis in my back aiid sides, and I goE too bad I -Could not move 3 I shrunk ! From 22Slbs to 120 ! I had been doctoring for my liver, but it did me ? .o good. I did not expect to live more than three months. I began to use Dr. Soule's American ] op Bitters. Directly my ] appetite returned my 7 ??ins left me, my entire syEien1 seomed renew c us if by magic and after nibing beverjl bottles, J an. not only as sound as a sovereign, l)i-t weigh me ? than I did before. To Hop Bitters I '.we my li. .*' R. yrrzp.vmicK. DaJi'.in, June G, '$6. CHA1 IE 'JiLJ.leu, Mass, Fcl , 1, 18S6 Gentlemen— I have '-a£^red with at xcks of sick headache.' NenrdlguL. female iron ie, for years in the most terrible ami excruciating .nanuer. Kb medicine or doctor could give me i-elief or cure, until I used Dr. Soule's American Hop Jitters. '-The first bottle Nearl...

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SUMMONS CASES. FRIDAY, MAY 18th. (Before C. McA. King, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

SUMMONS CASES. Friday, May 18th. {Before C. McA. King, Esq., P.M.) G. M. Fitzgerald, Truant Inspector, v. James Brown fora breach of the Public Instruction Act,, summons not served. Same v. E. Bourke, James Barrow, Robt. MaU lock, and Bridget Taylor, for same offence, fined 2s 6d and 4s 6d costs in each case, J. E. Allison, Council Clerk v. H. W. Clarke, for obstructing the footpath. Fined 10s and 4& MWL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

ON THURSDAY on the RACECOURSE. GOLD RING set Diamonds and Emeralds reward on restoration to MR. GREEN,- Royal HoteL X*C-S-37- i iXE WHITE COW; branded TW near rump, * I N w ith White Bull Calf at 'oot. Finder rewarded on lelivery at the UMON WORKS. t WikA) PKNCIL C SE set with Torquolsc. Ji. Aii\ me -^turning ? -me to Editor of this pajiei wiTl 'i'i; .i loquatcly ^warded. JSfotico to Si.ooters, etc. rpURKEY iSlionters aij l other trespassers on X jli oculuv will be pr -secuted without respect of persons. E. J. BAB.TOIC. Manager. TO LET HOMESTEAD LEASE fenced, plenty of grass and frontage to the Warrego River. For particulars apply to THOMAS LEEMAN, Railway Store, Bourke. Or E. SWAKSTON, Fords Bridge. TTiENDEES are invited for the the erection of 15 L MILES of Rabbit-Proof Fencing on Kenil worih. The netting to be put 6 inches in the ground, and to be fastened with two staples lo each post on all boundary fences 15 feetaiJart. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tender...

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MINING CREDULITY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

' MINING CfiEDTTLITV. Some few months ago several confiding tradespeople in Orange were duped fay an individual who traded on some crack-brained or imaginary scheme for exterminating rabbits, and — secondarily of coarse ? for claimiug tbe £25,000 reward oflVrod bv Go vehement. Of course, also, the scheme could not be worked without cash, so an im | {rinavy joint-stock concern was starred and ' the investors were promised a fabulous re turned for their capital. Onp busiuws- per son who invested £5 iu the scheme nsceiveu an agreement of which the following is a copy : — Orauge, March 19, 1S8S. This is to certifr Hiat I Georgj Thomas Nolan, residing at Orange, beinp a coinpeli tor For Viie reward oflered by tbe Govern ment of Xew S utu Wales for the best plan for the eitcrnji lotion of the rabbits, do heri-by, ot my own fiw will, agree to aeede .to ? resident of ij range, iu the colony, of New South \Va!os. the sum of £4,000 sterl ing. S!io«*(i 1 be tl:e sucaessful competitor, providin...

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BOURKE POLICE COURT. "Friday, May, 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

sou ass police court. Friday, Slay, 18. (Before the Police Magistaate.) Mary Aim Rufus w as charged with behaving in a riotous'manuer in Mitchell street. She pleaded' guilty and was sentenced to three months in the; Bourke lockup. Saturday May 19th. John Poitl for being drunk was fined os or 24 hours.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

A Safb Medicine foe Ladies. — The reason this Abraham's Pills are a safe medicine or ladies is that they ate purely a vegetable i»inpositioa of * Dandelion, and expressly suited to the constitution ,and requirements of women. This explains' (Jig great -success and golden, opinions which follow their nse. Thousands say, they save all trouble, ' ''effectually remove all impurities of the blood, Taeautify the complexion, no headache, no pain, no flushing, no giddiness, no anxiety. They make work a pleasure, and existence a joy. Superior to iny other known remedy. In boxes Is, 2s and os. ' Deacon's wife (at a late breakfast Sunday mom ^ing)— * Will you nave another cup of coffiee, :ny ' -dear?— Deacon— 'No; Fve barely time to get :ready' for church, and, besides, a second cup of ?coffee keeps me awake. r'' ^'Tn- the past thirty years there have been m ',ny ?emedies advertised for the cure of kidney and livey -troubles and diseases of the urinary organs. Of - - ,*-nly one can it be said ...

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ENCOUNTER WITH A TIGER [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

l^COUNTEB WITHATIGBS Wb had gone out a short distance on the fcraii of the wonderful deer, when an extra thick, cool, g'-uny-looking patch of cover in the bed of the niillab. attracted my attention; so, kicking up a large tnft of grass, I hurled it in. This was answered by a loud 'wough- wough'' and out sprang a tigress, who was scrambling up toe opposite oanK, wnen l fired at her. She flinched at tlie shot, and fell back, when t let her have the second barrel], yelling to Davidson, to 'look out.' He heard me just soon enough, and had only time to get behind tbe trunk of a large mhowatree,' wben the tigress galloped up past him within a few yards. I beard him .fire two ehots io rapid succession, and soon made my way up to him. He said that after Jbis shots the tigress went on, but very lame; and he lost sight of her at a spot where the little platear be was on sloped down to some open ground covered with buebeB, around whose base patches of rumuah-grass, some three feet high, were s...

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B.E.C. ASSOCIATION. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

B E. C ASSOCIATION. HANDICAPS. Tin; following are the handicaps for the two princi pal events . — SHE*TIJSr.D HANDICAP 150 YARDS. E. Boudan ? ' scratch W. IT. Barlow ? 5 yards C.F. Fuller ? 5 „ J. Dockard ? 10 „ J. Bagwell ? ]0 „ E.Kelly ? 13 „ T. Flaucry ? 15 „ JolinHamer ? 17. „ 100 YAEDS HANDICAP. j€. F. Fuller ? scratch -B. Kelly ? 6 yards' . ' W. Allwootl ? 10 .„ - BL Wannoll ? 18 ' „ Acceptances for the above close on 23rd May at 8 o'clock at J. Harding's store.

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE, TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

''PASTOEAI, 1 3NTTELLIG E NCE WaUrn 'Herald Office, Tuesday Evekutc. THESE TB.no change to report in the weather since cur last, the daye being pleasant and the nights

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CARRIAGE IN JAPAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

CARRIAGE IN JAPAN. TO TUB EDIXOB.OF THE 'WESTERN HEBALD.' Snt,— A few weeks ago, in one of the Bourke papers, 1 forget which, and have not the copy by me now, I noticed a letter from a carrier, signed 'Anti-vampire,' complaining of the manner in which some colonial forwarding agents' grind the carriers dovvn. Now, Sir, some people are never satisned, and 1 can show how, in other countries, the carrier is a much worse used man than in free Australia. Some years ago I was intimately con nected with the large can-vine firm of Le Zenarki and Co., m Japan— there are only a few, say a dozen forwarding firms in the Island —though the inland carriage is enormous. These forwarding agents acted simply between the consignor and the carrier as agent. But some few firms of which Le Zenarki and Co, was one, combined storekeeping wish{ forwarding. Zenarki himself managed the business, and in quoting the price of goods to a dis tant constituent, he Wonld always quote (to be de livered at the purcha...

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIDGE CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

BEIDGE CROSSINGS. The following are the crossings at the Dailing bridge, iNorth Bourke, for the week ending 19.th ,-*? May. On iihe IStJi — 395 cattle from Thargonrindah to Sydney, Axmytage and Powell owners, T. A. Buchanan in charge, J. Anderson .and Co agents. X7*h— 346 faHnCowly to Sydney, A. H. McDonald owner, A. Turbuil in charge, Ryan and Ha:umoml agents. 18th - 297 from Tinapera to Bathurst, GiUmore and BJer owners, T. H. Webb in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents. Total cattle 1033. On the 14th— 130 rams from Victoria toCurrawina, Bowler and Co. owners, Wilkinson and Lavender agents. 62 bales of wool

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THE LAND TAX. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "WESTERN HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 23 May 1888

THE LAND TAX. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' WESTEBST HBBAtD.' Sir,— In my previous letter it was pointed out that customs duties cost the taxpayers very much more than the Government gets, and according as thev i protect they tax the people without producing any revenue to the Government. The salaries of customs and excise officials are not far from nuking ' up this total cost of collecting such taxation, which j is supplemented by the profits of monopolists and J dealers. It is different with a tax on laud value-* uae or tiie most potent causes or our depression is the quantity and Talue of the land kept out of use for speculative purposes. A tax even of a half penny in the £ on its -unimproved value would make speculators more anxious to sell, and conse quently would cheapen the land to Ihe user. It is evident that the landlord could tiot a-ld tbe tax to the rent, for this cheapening of laWl wovl,l re-iuco the cost of building and making other improve ments. The discouragement of jaml sp...

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