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ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. London. May 31. An Order in Council has been passed creating a portion of New Guinea British territory.

Publication Title: Western Herald
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THE ENGLISH DERBY: London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

THE KNGLISH DERBY. London, May 31. The'' 'Derby was run -at 'psom 'to-day, -vith -the .folio wing result : — Ayrshire, Crowberry, VauJPieinan's Lnnd. The winner went out atlliOlO.

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CRICKET. London, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 2 June 1888

CRICKET. London, May 30. The match between the Australian Eleven and the Gentlemen of England was concluded at Lord's on Tuesday, tlie Australians hav ing scored 213 in their second inning' for one wicket down. The match was 'arawn owimr to the Derby taking place yesterday, ?':;.? May 31. Iii the match Australians v. Players, the latter went in first and have 3 wickets down for 87. |Later. Tlie Players are all out for 231. The Aus tralians iiave 3 wickets down for 32. Bon nor 19, Bannernian 4, Jones 2, Jarvis not out 5, Sundries 2, Trott'nbtout 0 McDon nell was uuable to play owing to an in jured finger.

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RELEASE OF CHINESE, Sydney. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

RELEASK OF CHINESE, Svdnev. June 5. Wj-its have been issued for the release of 15 Chinese passengers per Ckanshi. A full court has ruled that Chinese 'were illegally detained, and if in trying to effect their escape they killed some one they would not be guilty of murder, but someone else would be responsible and liable to a very serious charge.

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DINNER TO DIBBS AND GARRETT. Sydney. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

DINNER TO DIBBS AND GARRETT. Sydney. June 5. Dibbs and Garrett are shortly to be en tertained at a dinner by members of the Re form club.

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PURCHASE OF SYDNEY PROPERTY. Sydney. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

PURCHASE OF SYDNEY PROPERTY* Svdnev. June 5. English, Melbourne, and Sydney capital ists are negotiating for the purchase of valu able Sydney properties to the extent of nearly two millions definitely.

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GENERAL NEWS. Sydney, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Sydney, June 4. A gentleman representing an English firm has formed a company in Sydney for the im mediate transfer of a large gun powder and ammunition factory. They will find half the capital in plant and machinery, and will introduce skilled labour for the purpose. The plant will all be in Sydney in five months. — — ? Sydney, June 4. Gossip still says Garrett is going to resign, and that the Laud Bill is to be abandoned, and Parliament prorogued in a fortnight, but ilie Premier denies the truth of any^such rumours. A telegram from Melbourne says the mining boom has completely collapsed : one sliarebroker is involved up to £14,000, three have absconded, and several have arranged -with their creditors. Tlie total deficiency of defaulting brokers is £30,000. The recent misunderstanding between Gairetfc and Dibbs, over which legal pro ceedings were pending, has been amicably settled. The Government will submit the military estimates 'o-niorrow. The defence policy has be...

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THE STEAMER GUTHRIE. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

THE STEAMER GUTHRIE. Svdnev. Juno 4. When the steamer Guthrie was leaving the wharf yesterday the Chinese attempted to storm the gangway, but were repulsed by the police.

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WOLLONGONG RAILWAY. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

W0LL0NGONG RAILWAY. Svdnev. June 4. The railway from Sydney to Wolhnigong is to be completed in September.

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Loss and Gain. CHAPTER I. "I was taken sick a year ago With a billious fever," [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

Loss and Gain. CHAPTER r. 'I was taken sick a. year ago With a billious fever.' 'My doctor pronounced me 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 I From 228lbs to 120 ! I had been doctoring for my liver, but it did me no good. 1 did not expect to live more than three months. I . began to use Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. Directly niy appetite returned my pains left me, my entire system, seemed renewed as if by magic' and after using several bottles, 1 am not only as sound as a sovereign, but weigh more than I did before. To Hop Bitters I owe cay life.'' R. FlTZPATEICK. Dublin, June 6, 'S6. CHAPTER H. 'Maiden, Mass, Feb. 1, 1886 Gentlemen— I have suffered with attacks of sick headache.' Neuraleia. female trouble, for years in tlxe most terrible and excruciating manner. Kb medicine or doctor could give me relief or cure, until I used Dr. Soule's American Hop rfitters. 'The first bottle Nearly cured me ;' T...

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PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

PARLIAMENTARY. Svdnfiv Jiinn 4. Ii is pi-ety well understood thtLyue, Fletcher, Oar-ran, and Copeland -will manage the business of the Opposition until a general election takes, place. The rumour that Garrett was about to resign has been contradicted. June 5. It is decided that the Premier will tomor row expound Railway Policy, the Land and Property Tax: bills will be proceeded with on Thursday, tlie session is expected to cIosb early next month, the Land bill and other important measures standing over for new session.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

JL SUluu jlUili Mio ruUjJlui THE GEEATEST eufiATIVE SUCCESS OF THE AGE- « 'VjO medicine introduced to the public has ever l\ met' with the success accorded to bejx's mriEfiS. It stands co-day the best known curative article ia the -world. Its*marvellous renown is not due to the advertising it has received. It is famous by reason of its inherent virtues. It -does all that is claiincl for it It is the most powerful, speedy and effective agent known for the building up of debilitated systems and general family ineiiieiue. Oplrir, N.S.W., Dec. 9th, 1SS6. Bells Bitters Manufacturing Co. — Gentlemen -I Lave been a sufferer for seventeen years from the effect of a cold I contracted while at ?« oik under ground. I have tried almost everything, I have also bee» to several doctors ami have not received any benefit, at times I am able to work for a few weeks then get bad and for os many months am confined to the house. I got a bottle of your. Bitteis last week from Orange, and look it within a...

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MR.T. A. STRICKLAND. Sydney, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

SIR. T A. STRICKLAND. Sydney, June 4. Mr. T. A. Strickland, the well-known merchant, late of the firm of Young and -..?; Lark, was drowned yesterday iliioughaboat capsizing outBide the heads

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

BBEWARRIN1 JOCKEY GLTJJB. ANNUAL MEETING Wednesday, July 4th, 1888 President -. J. D. Tom. Vice-Presidents : T. N. Parsons and R. R. Maehiutie. Stewards: R. R. Machattie, Dr. Hawkins, J. Lack, J. Cowell, aud N. C. AlcRellar. Judge : W. Dickson. Starter : JL G Dickson. Clerk of the Course : G. Burrows. Clerk of the Scales ; ML H. Hart. Hon. Treas. : H. G. Morgan. , Hon. See. : J. D.jCaldweU. First Race,— To start at 1 o'clock. Ovlsisg Haihjicap of 15 sovs., with a sweep_ of 10s. to go to the second horse ; Nomination, 7s 6d. To close on the night of general entry {July 2nd), at 10 a. in. Weights to appear at 10 a.m. morning of race. Acceptances to be in the bands of iike Son. Sec at 11 a.m. Distance, H mile. Second Race — To start at 1.45. Em wahketa HA-ynrcAP of 40 sovs. \iith a sweep of £1 10s to go to the second horse. Nomina tion 1 sov., -with, age, pedigree, performances and colors to be in the hands of the Hon. Sec. on or before Mondoy, June I lth, at 10 p.m. Acceptances close ...

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CHINESE DEMONSTRATION. Sydney. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

CHINESE DEMONSTRATION. Svdnev. June i. 40,000 persons were present at the anti Chinese demonstration o» Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

i ANNUAL SHOW. TUESDAY, 3rd JULY, 1888. SCHEDULE OF PHIZES. Section 1 — Merino Sheep Entrance, 10*. CLASS 1. — Beat ram over'2J yp^r*. First priie £3 3s, presented hy Messrs. S. and M. H. Baird, 6econd prize £1 Its. „ 2. — Best ram over 1£ and under 2£ years. First prize £2 2s, eecond prize £1 Is I ,, 3. -3est hogget ram, first fleece 16 months old or under. 3Tirct £2 2s, second £1 Is. „ 4. — Best ram 16 months old or under, once shorn. Pi--st'£5Ss,presented by Mr !5 Rich second prize £1 1«. „ 5. — Bestvom over 1\ years, the faona fide properly of any holder of not more than 10,240 acree. First £2 2s, second £1 le. „ 6. — Best ra.m orcr \\ and under 2£ year*, ?open to allencpp owners wlio have never won plate or piiza tnon--y for sWji cx htbits at Any Show. £3 Si, pres-.-ttti.d by MfifSis. W. mid T. C. Di-ks.-n. ,, 7. — Biift ram 16 months old or u:idcr. open foal! elieep owoeis asEppeifLd in class No. 45. £3 3«, pieseated *y M«ssr«. W. »nd T I). Dickgoii. ., 8. — Best rod aiiy ago,...

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SILVER STOCKS. Sydney, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

STLVER STOCKS. Sydney, June 4. Silver stocks; have further declined.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

Joseph Leeds and Go,, SHEEP A3SD CATTLE SALESMEN, 9 Bank Chambers Jamieson-st , SYDNEY. Sales of P..t Slo -k at ilninafc'jsh Yards - ] MONDAY & THURSDAY. gales of Fat Stock ai -Corporation Y-»rds — WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY i STATIONS AT THS ICXOHANG-E. ] Ijoans Negotiated. Supplies Puivhasrd aDd Forw .i-.led. Splendid -XccJininodatLon f -v Stink at Home biisli, and ali Hai' way Stations. AGENCIES ALIi OVER. THE COLOKTES. Bourke Agency — Messrs. J. Andprson & Co. THE WESTERN IRONMONGERY CO-, WHOLESALE & RETAIL Ironmongers and Grocers, ILTiERyS BUILDINGS, OXLET-ST., BOTTBKE, Execute Orders at Lowest Prices. Agencies : — Hapsburg Pianos. Wertheiin Sewing Machines. Standard Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Lion lire Insurance Co. RALEIGH, AITKEN & f}0., STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING AGENTS, Bourke. TRUCKING OF FAT STOCK ATTENDED TO. Head Office: Melbourne. ' WILKIMSa$ Mm L£73a2;m, AUCTIONEERS, *. Stock, Station,^ General Commission Agents, SYDNEY, HAY, WAGGA WAGG.V...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VI CHAPTER II. CONTINUED. LOVE IN VAIN. "And is not love in vain, Torture enough without a living tomb ?" [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

VIVIENNE, Br tttp auehob of ' Mt Ladt Coquette.' BOOK VI. CHAPTER II. CONTrBTTJED. I.OTE IN TAIN. 'And is not love in vain. Torfcure enough without a living tomb ?' *? Ah, Yivienne!' he said softly, ' I have not been so fortunate as you. My dreams are dreams still. My lifeship has been one of hardship and difficulty, fame is as far off as ever.' \ -f Oh Albert cried, the girl pitingly, ' how j Strange, how sad, I thought by this lime you would be a great mail, and ? 'I am little better than a beggar?' inter rupted' Albert' bitterly.' 'You know, Ti vienne, the Count^de Yerdreuil's death, left me entirely dependent on my own resources. Well, the weeks have Tolled into months, and I cannot even gain for my works a hearing. I have come to the conclusion that I am a hopeless failure. It is sad to think that music demands so much, and gains so little- My old master told me I was before the age I live in. I have learnt what that means — neglect and starvation.' ' Oh, Albert, is this true ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 6 June 1888

Qommereisi Banking Company of Sydney. KA ablishcl 183 1 ; ,I«roi j^.aU-J 1848. CajiHal i600,-JO0. K^ervc Fund £600,000. B^ieric fur E'liia'is-s'ion of Dividends £l35,-)d0r' ,'.',' Bourke Branch, {Opened 1865.) ? . -.-???-.? ?.i'-;-v' *' *:'* ._li— lili, ?*'-? ' ' '? ?!*,- ???.''???',? ;:;.J'*;S/'; T^k-WSPS33S-f^{;|1'T?^ 'I ci'i»'*;ni accounts f interest ? 'Oet^ii. ? ' ' ??' ' ? ? ' ? ? ' ' . ? ' .?.??', ?-,.,' DAEIiISTG KWER BRANCHES z' ? ' '. ' ?? w ': ' ' 4$moji.% nmwmQikw. ', f ' ' .'. ',;'; '' ??'? ; . :h.t.b:buo ? ^v ?,?? -?'. ? ;,v_Wfi '^ . _..; ? __ .; ., , ? t ^ , , Manager Bourse 31 Jrancli. -y ^ B6ar#Brs^'MMeif%t^e#^'^ /AUt usual banldng husiiicss in-ansdcted. : ?? '?' ;?: ??'??. ; ?' : ? ' '? ?iC.'G:':£ENT,y-:?-j:'''-;':' Manager. The London Gtiarteped Bank bf ,. ? ?. .,-??. . ?. .: ?... .? :? Australia. ,/? ;????/'': ..? ';? Incorpor^ed by Royal Chartri. : Capital paid up^neMiUimSi^ing: - ' ?- ??' :/?'; '? ' YB O fO UK E B IV A N'* El.;1-1':-' y : ':X '.: ? :'??. '?????....

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