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PROPOSED CENTENNIAL SQUARE. Sydney, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

PROPOSED CENTENNIAL SQUARE. Sydney, Feb. 14. The project of coiwerting the George street markets into a Centennial Square lias been abandoned for 1 he time, the wordiug of the Crown grant prevent such action till a legislative enactment comes to the rescue. .

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RALEIGH, AITKEN AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

KVlii.K.H. A1TKL\ A-U 00. Keport luiving sold 1300 2-tooth e»es for Messrs. 1'aliucL- Bros, and Co.- Wai-raivecna station, for immediate deiiA ciy.

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CITY RESERVES. Sydney, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

CITY RESERVES, Sydne\', Feb. 14, .. Alderman Harris has ordered two more city reserves J o be opened as parks for the ? blic, viz.,' the enclosure opposite the Syd nejr. JExchaiige and the site of old St. PMlirjs, on fcihurcli HilL

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NANCARROW AND BARTLETT [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

-.l-'-'AKHOVk V^D iillTLITT Kepoit having yarded last Satin-day 39 head of hoi&es, and although it was shonetyalltheaftei- I noon there^nsa good attendance, and. the de- i m.uid for s-iddle horses was better than avc au ticipiitciL We disposed of twelve head at satis factoiy prices. We have a number of horses, including some very good draught mares which can be inspected at any time. AtXyugau, says tlie 3feici,-», the iutem-e heat of the last fortnight culminated yesterday in a season able thunderstorm, during which S 5 points of rain fell. Slight drizzles of rain having fallen al inter vals during to -Uj . and there is every indication of a plentiful down-pour. This lias come just in the nick of time to keep up the reputation of this se? sou as being the very best \ve have ever liad, in the West. The passings are. — 17,000 ewes from TTaggati Bonrkc, McCauglusy owner Mes-srs. Smiles- -md -Juy in charge. ]6.o90 ewes, Hajigec to Mr. Margret, Moouie Donaldson Iiiglis and Co. ow...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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SUPREME COURT JUDGES. Sydney Feb. 14 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

SUPREME COURT JUDGES. Sydney Feb. 14 W: J. Foster has been offered and has ac cepted the Supreme Court Judgeship. Commissioner Deffell took Jus seat yester- ; day for the €rst time as a Supreme Court Judge under it\vz new Bankruptcy Act. Later. Judge Foster will be swora_m atJiLajji^. to-morrow. — -- ?

Publication Title: Western Herald
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WILKINSON AND LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

wzr,KissoN jLism ^vender, Un ler date Sydney February, 10th. report. -Fat cattle ; S37 eattle came focward on Monday and S70 to-day {Thursday) quality being principally good to prime, biddings as of late were not ani mated but values remain unaltered. Quotations, Prime bullocks £7 10* to £8 10s; good do. M to £7 ; medium do. £5 to £3 10s ; prime cows £6 to £7. We sold 30 bullocks for W- Smart Esq. averaging £5 12s : a draft of bullocks for J. Adai:- Esq. to £10 13s; and a draft of cows -averig... t **-! 19s 6d. Fat calves.— This market ?was again 'V supplied aud prices remain tm altereif. I1 a,. veap, — S005 sheep came forward on Wednesday, aud 11,172 to-day (Thursday) all qualities being ropt-essnied. The market fluc tuated somewhat, taken all through prices were . J0*'*' (inn especially for prime qualities. Quotations, Prime merino ivethers 9s to 10s 6d ; good Ubefnl ?do, 8s to 8s -}d : others 6s to 7s -M ; ewes in pvo -portion. We sold J'. William's wetbei.-= at from 8s 9d to €s ...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION. Sydney Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

RAILWAY EXTENSION. Sydney Feb. 14. The line from Blayney to Murruniburr.au has been opened for traffic ?without auy cere mony.

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MCKELLAR AND BURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

JfCKKLLAB AXD BU31TOX. Sheep. — The demand continues brisk for all good descriptions, and we can quit large lines at good prices if vendors will place in die market. Tliis week we have sold, in conjunction with other agent-i, ] 2,000 ewes with lambs at foot, on account of F. H. Randall, Esq., Tarcoon ; 12,000 aged ewes for Messrs. Reid and Shaw, Yan cauuia ; 700 ewes for Messrs. Yeomans Bros., Gilgoin; 600 fat -wethers for Colin McKenzie, Esq. We have also given delivery of 9 600 mixed weaners at Yarrowin, the sale of which lias been previously reported. Cattle. — We liave buyers for mixed cattle in Southern Queens land, aud bullocks' travelling this way, but no sales to reportthis week. — Brewarrina, Feb. 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

i I Shipping & Forwarding Agency. ' I WALL & MOLESWORTH, , B Custom House, [ M Shiooing and Forwarding Agents, ' W§ 18 LOFTUfi srBEET, ; B CrHCKJJLAJa QUAY, SYDNEY. r Wk Mebciiastuse of every description cleared from . I «j| bond or ship's side and forwarded directto all parts. ; Kg Passestqehs' Ba«caci:; received for storage, , Wg shipment or delivery. * 'IB ' Wooi/anS other produce received for delivery in J fig town or shipment to auy part of the world. ' ml Isspbasobs effected when required. [ Ik AGENCIES hi London, firemen, Jnhocrp, Hani ^ I|| . hnrg and ?alt llie Colonies. if EYLSTONJG MIDGtf 110 TbL- ft ? ? : fft This Hotel will be found to be replete I ,S with every convenience i| - T- OWEN, Proprietor. ,t*fi AUCTIONEER } M GENERAL PRODUCE BROKER, j jH| FAT STOCK SALESMAN, t if STOCK ANO STATION AGENT, \ W TIN AMD METAL BROKER, ; «| ijOLDSVeekly sales of Wool Sheep-skins, Hides, i ~fflt H Tallow, Leather, Marsupial-skins, &c. J m ? ; 1|| Chakges Moder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

1 - Commercial Banking 'Gompmy I ' . . of Sydney. .I,,,;, H Established 1834 ; Incorporate.! 1P48. ,. if p' ''? ? ?? '? - — ?— '? ''? ???? ': '.iSI '?''.. ' m Capital £6QO;000. ^ R--*crve F»i»«i£6(W,OpO. If Reserve for Equalisation of Dividends £135,000. JP .????..'? -..'.y.': . ,,' .':?;? '?'-? ?.??????!. ???'-.; ;??;??'. ???'??' DF- POSITS reCMMuJ on purrppt accounts ; interest nHo«rd on fixed doposifa at current rates ; K biJls riUrounted; cheques and orders collected' ; M drafts issued, and all usual bantiiiu Imsinees (w»ps- R Blte v'iiAT^iira/iBi^Ei:M&CHiB11:v. '??? '; I ? ? ffpiiteBiKP. B^E12rjI^I]C?I^0a^KE; Will- . B ?? ?' ? ;'i^:;T:'iEL'i.BDtii1' ??:''? : ?'?'?'??i/ :-:'''-:1-. : II Manager Bourse Branch. I ? The Australian; ? dftiptJ-jSt^k^B^i-,- ;: m ' ? ?? HEAD ??OFFICE': SYDNEY. ' ?' : ? ' ' V ' ' :' ??' I ? ?, ? ,..-:., ? , -.. ..,,,-,'?-?: ? ' ?? 1 Bourke Brancli: Mitchell Street. S All usual banking business traiusacled. if ? ? '? ?? , . ????? . C.O.1IEN1V^- ?...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

PAST0EAL INTELLIG-SIJCE Tlio sliou ei-y weather reported in our Liit con tinued throughout Saturday and Sunday the fall liowevte- Wing very slight. 50 additional points liuiji:j'nt:isi«rc-l, bringing tlie fall up to an inch and .i iialf. . J'hc ra-iufcill uppcaL-s to Iiavc been general jp. but va jiablu. Substantial rain Is reported from the ' M h .a I of the Xaiuoi and Barw qvl an.l at many Queens * ^ Luul centres but of the more 1oi\a1 rain Biurke ap r S pear- to have hawl the largest sliare. Moree re , i jmrls \)\ inches, the cieeks being all in flood, Y«t ; @^ iian oinche.*. the river ISfi, Bair-iba '2 Liclics, river flitt rising. ]f arrabri 5 inches 1 2 point*, river 32ft risinc;, ti undiwiudi reports licavy rain, river 16ft j ising. This rain lias had a mos' oomfoilablc affect upon the atmosphere which it- now pleasant duiiog the ilay and bi-auhig at night Iii addition to this it wiil.tend lo militate agaiiibt bush files i ]U\~i:k ulfukx. , £ With the c\oeptiou of a slight ris...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

Femelly's Bazaar, 806 PJTTSE. AND 149 CASTLEREAGH-SB Branch at 68 Hunter-street, SYDNEY. Wm. N. ~G~AHL1t1G, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL STOCK AGENT — AGEXT FOE — Vie Celebrated Ahbott Buggies and Hill'} Scst American Harness. BUSINESS OTKBTECTJJCHffS WITH PBDfCIPAI STUD OWNERS. Best facilities for slumping aud unloading stock. LIVERY DEPARTMENT — THE LARGEST ft THE CITY. FOX BROTHERS, S3S 3P3ZE3: STEJEET, S'5n-3SrE'3T. I'BIPOETERS»!id HanuLcluiers of all Plumbers. *? Grasfitterfl, and Qahanised lion norkcra materials. ShetLead and Load l'ipe cut lo any size, Plain an^ 'Go-ugaW iiou all Ir-nsdis, wi ik* and gauges Baihs, Tanfec, Portable £bo*erttl'uui|-s, -3 btter i'lpc Itidge Cap, Curving. (O L»l»Ool i'ii T A I H-Ufc: ALL'S IK »T L L.; DR. SI~DK3, 3ovei-ii«.iei!c bio._j2ai Owi^or and Sj £con To the Bfiurin- ITd i is i! nii'i Ga.i! i foi-merly Sen'oi JJflU'-e l*li_vs:r n , u si l.io'j Sjiiibr ilous-c Surgeon, Melbourne llo-p:t&l. ~ OoUEuiias.oni iy Ji-tier or p?rsnnilly. Jlf...

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HOME FOR THE BLIND. Sydney Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

HOME FOR THE BLIND. Sydney Feb. 14. A new home for indigent blind has been opened in Elizabeth Street.

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THE PRIMATE AND THE SYNOD. Sydney Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

THE PRLMATB AND THE SYNOD. . Sydney Feb. 14. . The report that the Primate intends i o resign at .the next meeting of the Synod is officially denied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

'I — ?f T. DUNN, rl BAKER & CONFECTIONER. . g {Near Weymark's Store.) ? f MITCHLLL STREET, BOUBKE. PICNICS & WEDDING PARTIES provided for ?on the shortest notice. ! m Caterer for all public amusements. Hotels -_ -M UberaUy dealt -with. Bread delivered regularly ? lg| = every morning. ji CENTRAL AUSTfiAlMfflffl; :. fil (Opposite Pafsenger Station,) if BOURSE, \ 1 f . Bale, Proprietor, \ .]K rnHE allow Hotel is replete with every modern ron [ iff 1 vmLrnce, and is *peria!ly df-signod and furnislied J «| for ladies and families. ' it SPLENDID STABLING, with numerous Loose \ *m Boxes. ; M One of ALGOCK'S BEST BILLIAED TABLES, : §j| in a well-lighted and. appointed room. : ? ? ?I ^V.GLAJLE, ji GenM Australian Hotel, 1 I BOURKE. 4 ;| JAMES INGLIS, !i J11TCHELL STREET. \ j . BOUEKE.. t 'i - OPPOSITE THE PAJJK.) ) I f Wholesale and Retail Fruiterer an I | Produce Merchant * 1 $ TAMES ING JL.IS is constantly in receipt of Fresh ; & J Stocks of every description of Fru...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

LO0AL AND GEJTEBAL. Tnr, annual general meeLiiig of the Jockey Club takes place to-night at tlie Koyal Hotel. A 'sfiiOi vIj meeting of the Council will be lielfl to-iuglit Ht die Chambers for the purpose of elect ing the Mayor for the current Municipal you-. llKrxriM! to Mr. Dibbs, the Premier, on Friday last, announced that he hoped the second reading of tbc L.mtl Bill v oultl be moved on WedmssiLiy (to-iiigbt) or Thursday. The Chinese K'e\\ Yea* was duly 61&erved on 'Saturday 1-^t l»y the local repieseutativcs of the Celestial Empire by the orthodox discharge of a large quantity of Binall fireworks and other attend ant ^celebrations. TUr. JlAfTABXasE, the alderman elect for the West Ward, returns thanks in another colinim. We are much mistakeu if in a short while the hoot will not be ou the other_slme. ami the ratepayers entitled to thank Mr. Macfarbuie for services A notice in* the last Gazette fixes the assessment under the Rabbit Nuisauee Act for the present year u,t th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

It seems one of the evils attendant upon the land question that very few people are able to appioach it without evincing a bias, one way or the other, although at the same time they may be animated by a genuine desire to advance the public welfare. We are le minderl of this fact by *ui article appearing in the last issue of our contemporary, and in caking exception to certain matters therein put forward, we trust the wiiter of tlie article in question will credit us with being animated equally with himself by a sincere desire to help onwards the satisfactory solution of a much vexed question. The article is a reply to a communication recently published by Mi*. Brosvjt of Kallara and appears to us to err as much in one direction as Sir. Brows does in another and opposite one. Between tlie two it is not improbable the most advantageous course laighi be found looking at fche matter from a national standpoint. Before proceeding to discuss the plan of settlement advocated by our contempo...

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BANQUET TO J. C. NIELD. Sydney, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

BANQUET TO J. C. KIELD. Sydney, Feb. 14. Adelaide journalists gave J. C. Nield a complimentary supper on the occasion of his departure from South Australia.

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TELEGRAMS. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Sydney, Feb. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

TEij^-MMMS, THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. The sculling ,«Mitest:1jetween Peter Kemp and Thomas Clifford for £100 aside and the - championship of the 'world took place on the Panvimaca river this aftenioou resulted, iu an eisy win for Kemp ' Gaining a . good start he led to tlie fiuish,. never being asked to exert himself. Time 23 minutes 47 ?- sec onds^ The race was watched by tbousauds of people, both from the shore and from steamers authored ui tlie river. There was nothing very «x.cituig 'iJjoui it Kemp was the favourite, from the start, and his victory was a popiilaV oiic. A challenge from Hau an, the American sculler, his fjiuce been ac cepted on liis behalf. ' O^EWTOWN Sydney Feb. 1 4. Tabrettand Mitchell are named 'as the Freetrade candidates for Newtown, and Smit lias the Protectionist, to fill the vacancy caused l~y Foster's appoiutuieut to the Bench. .

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 15 February 1888

IJOXDOS- WOOL MUlKfcT. A cablegram dated Jlfh. inst. says -. — At the wool sales there is a general iuipivvement in prices. Both home and foreign buyers arc competing with great spirit. The toUl number of bales catalogued is 12S,000, the quantity said being 122,400 bales

Publication Title: Western Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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