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The Jerilderie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
The Jerilderie MUiiiicijml Council. A MEETING of the Municipal Council wns held on Tuesday evening. Present : Alder men McVittie (Mayor), Curtin, Smith. Clark, and Wise. The Mayor said that owing to Mr. Hayes, the newly elected mem ber for the Murray, addressing the electors that evening, and ns some of the Aldermen no doubt wished to go and hear liini, it would be just as well to pass necounts and adjourn the meeting till later on. After some dis cussion it wns moved by Alderman Wise, seconded by Alderman Clarke, that necounts be passed, nnd thnt the meeting stand adjourned till 11 o'clock on Monday. — Carried. Alderman Clarke moved, and Alderman Wise seconded, that the Council Clerk be instructed to wire to the Colonial Scoretnry asking for Thursday, 28th instant, to be proclaimed a public holiday on the ociasion of the -Annual Races in Jerilderie. Alderman Curtin asko lif Wednesday, 27th was not a public holidny. If so it mi^ht b'- inconvenient to have three days in successi ju h...
Land District of Corowa. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
land District of Corova. A meeting, of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Corowa will be held at the Court House, Mulwala. on the 12th and 13th August, at 10 a.m., at which the follow ing cases will be considered: — CONSIDERATION AND IMPROVE MENTS. John Patterson. 640 acres- c.p. ; Alexan der McFnrlane. 640 acres, h.s.: James Fuller, 611} acres, c.p.; A. R. Parkes-Smith, 624 acres, c.p.; James Fortune. 621 acres, c.p.; Michael Nolan, -624 aores.- c.p.; Charles R. Savage, 289 acres, c.p.; T homas Kilder, 424 acres, c.p.; Ann Carey (Ex., P. McFarlane) 449 acres, c.p.; James E. Ramsay, 560 acres, c.p.; Martin J. Nagle, 576J- acres, c.p.; Pat rick Sullivan, 480 acres.- h.s.; John Looney, 460 acres, h.s.; James -Picston, 4.r-2} acres, h.s.; Peter Peace, 480 acres, h'.s.; Richard Toppings, 480 acres, h.s.; Mary ;Ann Cross, 480 acres, h.s.; Henry . Cooke, 480 acres, h.s.: Joseph, cmith. 480 acrt:s,f h.s. V alu u and Ownership Improvements, — William James Knight, 703 acres, h.s....
MR. HAYES AT JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
MR. HAYES AT JERILDERIE. On Tuesday night last Mr. Hayes addr. ssed a fair gathering in the Mechanics' Institute. In the abs lice of the Mayor, Aid. Alf. Smith was voted to tlie chair. - When intro ducing the speaker, the chairman shid it was - hardly necessary for him to dwell at any length on what Mr. Hayes had done for this electorate, neither was it necessary for him to ask the audience to grant Mr. Hayes a patient hearing, for the latter- was a thing that a Jerilderie audience always did, even when they dul not agree with the views of the speaker, and as regards what their mem ber had always done for them in the past, it spoke for itself. Ho would content him self with formally introducing Mr. Hayes. That gentleman on rising was received with applause. He 'said his first duty was to publicly thank them, and the whole of his electors, for the honor conferred by return ing him unopposed as their representative. Ho assured them such an honor was duly appreciated by him, (applause)...
Urana. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
I'l-nuu. July 21. The weather is still keeping dry, and gr.-at fears are now entertained for. the coming summer. We . had every indication of.rnln lust week, but only aiiout 15 points fell— just enough to liven the .young grass up, but not enouglrto give lis auy water. What Uranii will-do if we do not get heavy spring sho.vers it is difficult to foretell. .There is only a very little water left in our reservoir, and when that is used up. the townspeople will have to shift, as water cannot be brougt here, not having' the advantage of .railway communication with either the Murray or i the Uurrumbidgee. Disappointment was cen1 rally ixpressed l here thnt no contest is to take place for t lie position :of representative of . our large | electorate, Mr. Hayes ? having a walk-over, I I suppose they thought they had ,po possible show. Some people thought differently, and considered achangegi'O l for the con.-titucr.cy. No doubt Jir. Haye8, while representing the Murray, has done his best f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
A parson stood -in his pulpit. high,'., lle'd lost his- voice with cold, well nigh. Tho thoughtless said : : 'Lctfs all rcjoicc; He'll have to stop for. he's lost his voice 1 But liCitook some Wood's Great ? Peppermint , ' Cure, . ; .. His voice grow-strong, his romnrks nofewer. SIGNET TOBACCO.'.' ' Praise iR the tribute, of ninn, but' felicity, tho gift, of God.' So wrote Bacon in retor ting to Queen Elizabeth Praise .is tho tr:-. buto paid to ?' Signet' ? tobicco,-. nnd the fo'ici'y » tn th - smoking ot rt. ?
Finley. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
finley. .Tnlv.QO. Nothing new in Chir'ago or its sutiurl s, considering we are noarinj?, or rather th'- iron horse is.nearing.-us. -Even in politiis matters are qni--t. Mr. Hayes had a .fine night here last Siiturdav,;and during.the course nf his spepch lie was'fraquenlly. iapplauded. He strongly advocated Federation and the Closer Settle ment Bill. He, of course, thanked his audi ence,1 sthe'ielpctprsi/for the walk-over, and at the^ conclusion;; of .his.i-address, he took1 all hands over to Biirbs. and liquidated. With a '.' walk-over ' he did well to spend part of stakes. . ) The railway is progressing rapidly, the plate-lavcrs are now in sight of Finley. Tlie engine will be along ubout Saturday, ! when it is expected half the inhabitants will bolt into the. bush at the sight of it. - Tlie Tennis Club are pntting down a court here. It will be a splendid place to ciurt — I mean play — in. - -The next meeting of the Coursing Club is on the 16th of next month, for an unlimited number...
"Reid the Wriggler." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
' Iteiil tlie Wrljrjrlt'i'.' The. following extracts from speeches dpi-' ' livercd by Mr. lieid nt various times (U thu sul.ject of Federation will, by compiling theui, si rve to flio v who has .followed the ' devious course ' : — RAILWAYS. ' YKi-V 'The naxt tiling the Government lias men tioned 18 that tile flnaueiut provisions .should he re east. . . Those finan cial provisions, in my belief are absolutely the best which we can arrive at on those fines. If 11 new system is to be sub stituted for it, I have come to the conelnsion that there is only one system possible in its place, anil that is the railways and the public debts should be handed over to the federation.'— Vide ' Herald,' July 5, 1S9S. ' Nr,' ' It would, I say, bef madness for tlie people of this colony, with uu euor moiiily rich territory to develop, to put the policy of railway construction into the hands Of ttitf federal parliament. There fore, handing over the railways to tho federal parliament I always stead' tly...
Upper Yanko. July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
Upper Yanho, July 18. The weather has been what a pers-in would expect. in Spring for the past two weeks, ex cept for th-:.intcrv-ntion of a few heavy fronts which -nipped the grass greatly. On Saturday about five points of rain fell, but all signs of a furtlur downpour have disappeared. Farmers are badly in want of a fall of about an inch and a half as the growing crops have been greatly nipped by .the frost: I th'-nk there is- slightly over 4000 acres under, crop in' this district. By 'lie wnv, the appointment of a man to report .the. depth of. water ;- flowing through the Yanko' cutting at Na'rrandera will-prove of great assistenee to the people .here. A meeting: of bachelors was held in Hamilton's lio'el on - Wednesday last, and it was decided to hold a ball on. the 29, th of this month. Should this ball prove as great a sueciss as the. last, they ought to feel well satisfied. * ?? ? ? ? ' ' ? -Politics are vcr?.. quiet at present, people .are -looking .forward .to -the. Reid-Ba...
At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
At tlie Grocery Store. r WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. ^ The is n neat and natty grocery store at the corner of Rathdown nnd I'nlmerston streets, Melbourne, when one can always drop in for an interesting chat wiili tha prop rict oress, Mrs. Margaret Ross, who assists her husband in managing the business. The theme upon which the conversation frequ ently turns is the man ellous recovery from neuralgia which Mrs. Ross has experienced through using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for. Pale People. A reporter dropped in at the store recently, and to. him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated tier cxpcnenc!. ' I have been a yreat sufferer from neu ralgia for t-n or twelve yenjw,' she said, ' orit Tfothing relieved me except Dr. Wil liams' ;Piuk iPil.h ' for Pale P,:opl -, which alone have eff cted a cure.' AH ehanges of senson proved futile to nrrcst my malady. During the day time; my sufferings were painful, but nn retiring to r.-;s', the a'.'onv I suff -red was excruciating, reducing me to a sfnte of genera...
Tocumwal. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
Tocumwal. ? ? July 21. ? The weather has been bitterly cold during the last week, the nights particularly so. Light showers of rain fell during last night, and to-day, and from thb'dark clouds liang . ing about a heavy .downpour is evident. . Mr. James Hayes, addressed a meeting- in the hall . last Friday evening. The attend ance was fair, t the unsettled weatlior no doubt kept some away who would otherwise have been present. ????/ Mr. Hayes went from here to Finley on Saturday. ' A meeting was held in at. . Peter s Roman Catholic Church ou; Sunday last to make ar rangements for holding some entertainment towards the church funds. It was decided amongst the ladies that a grand ball be held on 26th August, and already the event is being engcrly looked forward to. '-There-is at present a sum of money :in the bank to1 the credit' of the Church, being the proceeds of the bazaar held some time back, - but insuffi cient to make the enlargement which is pro posed, and which- is an urgent n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
To the. Electors OF THE M U R R U M Bl DC EE. The Pnrlinment of the country being on tho eve of a dissolution, I have the honor to announce myself ns n candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming General Elections, when I trust to re ceive a renewal of that confidence which you so generously plnccd in me on pre vious occasions. I shall take tho op portunity of addressing you at all centres of population (of which due notice will bo given) and enunciating tho principles on which I rely for your Bupport and iufluencc.. Trusting to be favored with a reriowal of your confidencc, . r.: . ? I am, Gentlemen, Obediently yours, . THOMAS PITZ PATRICK;'' Parliament House, . ? . ... ? July fitli,' 1898. ? ' . ^ ^ ! The Bazaar in aid of the Building Fund of the R;C. Church Will Open at tub Mechanics' Institute, JERILDERIE, ON MONDAY EVENING!, 25TH INST., And be * Continued the Whole of Show Week. Murnim'bi&gGO Pastoral & Agri cultural Association: Wap wajp Slow. September 7, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
. ^ : v- , MUMFSBHS Sf©**CM* ; ' ? E. jT gORM AN C0.7 Auctioneers, Stock, Station & General Commission Agents, Head Office: BERRIGAN. Branch Office at Yarrawonga, tinder tlie management of H. H. Haines. ; Clearing1, Land and Other Sales to Suit Convenience of Vendors. . PROPERTY AND STOCK LISTS ON APPLICATION. Aaremts tor all Ms&It --vs of AjfricuIriii'Hl Macliinery, Ami Sole District A'.'cnts for the Well-known .IttASSEY-SaAMIBaS BB '82 A 1*13 81. ANB5 BSSKM1EBB, ,1 (Duplicates kept in Stock) and tlie VICTORY SEED SOWER. Also Ag-eMffs ion* Principal Wowl itr«li«vs. . LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS MADE. INSURANCES EFFECTED' BSJ3W COO»D * 38 E W «»©»«.!! j* ;30KI. x2gk3hesx£, . B Cp. Practical Watch-maker and Jeweller, j-, . ? JERILDBRIE, p-. lEJ 'Begs to announce il1.1l lie has pi.st received a Lame anil Varied Assoitment of 1 'j \y Wow -rf«»9ls of XiiitCNt. l-exi«-HS. 1 ~i rn ' Also a Fresh Stock of JEWELLERY, WATCHES and CHAINS, . p. 0 ' . Suitable tor the Season's ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
Like everywhere else throughout the colony, the great interest in the forth coming general elections seems to be centred in the King Division. Various nre the opinions expressed ns to tho final issue of the contest there, but until tho actual numbers go up on Wednes day night it will be difficult to say what way it is going, or which of the two great politicians is to be tho chosen one for the King. Electors generally utter their opinions with the wish father to their thoughts, for while we find ninety out of every hundred say ' Barton will come out victorious,' no doubt the ninety wish sincerely that such will be the case the fact must not be lost sight of that the weathercock ' Wriggler' is a real genius in the art of gulling the public, nnd from his speeches nothing is more palpable just now. He first boasts regarding his retrenchments during his tenure of office that he has saved £300,000 per annum through his pruning in the civil service branches, and that if he bo returned to ...
DISTRICT NEWS. Kilnyana. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. [From Oou Own Correspondents.] liilii}nua- July 10, As jd t are no doubt aware, poor glutton ous 'Mnldoon' rnn out of the Way of a buggy on the MuUvala-Yarrawonga bridge, and tumbled over the battlements on to the green sward beneath. Of course he was much shaken, nnd wished lie was on this side of the river, where he wns always re ceived hospitably as a ' sun-downer' trudg ing fiom station to station. He often got as much as a leg of mutton for a feed at Boomanoomoona, where he was well known. I fancy there should be an institution for poor ?? wtiaiers liKe ?? Muiuoon. in any case he made a mistake like the Spanish fleet — he should have stayed in a compara tively safe harbour. When a stone rolls too much it gathers no moss, and when a warship rolls too much from bad mechanism like the Prlayo, she is usuliss. Badly belted cruisers with light guns are insignilicent in a sea fight. Of course there are four heavily armoured ships with suitably heavy guns eould defeat on...
CUBANS WANTED TO PLUNDER SANTIAGO. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
CUBANS WANTED TO PLUNDER' /'? SANTIAGO. ~ V ? . ^London, W'cdncsday. ' In'tlio further particulais received regard ing the evacaation of Santiago by tlie Span ish troops, and its occupation by the Ameri can soldiers under General Shatter, attention is directed to the fact that the Cu' an insur. gents' are furious at not being allowed .to plunder tho city. l hcy are not permitted to go. oeyona tne drawing of their daily*- rations, and'nre-so very'nmch offended at the American manner ot treating a : fallen -enemy that they hold scarcely 4 any communication with their liberators. . i
ADMIRAL CERVERA LIONISED IN AMERICA. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
ADMIRAL CEKVERA LIONISED ?IN AMERICA:': London, Tuesday. Admiral Cervera, who; commanded the ] Spanish fleet which was cooped up in Santi ago, and sabscqu'-ntly. endeavored to escape. ? -but was smashed .-up .in -its -encounter... with the Amoricah,flect,-;bas arrived in tho United States, where he has been sent as a prisoner, of war. . ' - The Admiral has been lionised at Anna-. polis. the capital of Maryland, a town about 40 miles from Washington.; for his exceed ingly kind and generous treatment to Cap tain Hobson and the heroes of the Merrimac.. when they were at the mercy of tlie Span iards after the sinking of the hulk. ' ' ' So far lias the American enthusiasm gone, that a proposal has been made to present Admiral Cervera with the one timc-ostate of Jefferson I)avis,/t5ie.prcsulent,o£...tho South? ern States, during the rebellion. which is situated at Tampa, in the county of Florida. .
TWO TOWNS PROMPTLY SURRENRENDERED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
two:/eowns -prom rtly-sorren-. - ? ? RENDERED. . , ; , ?;« , London, Wednesday. ? The towns of, Guantanamor. and, Caima ?mern, 'situated about . 40. miles, east of San I inpn, very 'promptly. surrendered when tliey, heatd-of- 'the capitulation. of -'Santiago the' ?impregnable. .
A PROCLAMATION BY PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 22 July 1898
A PROCLAMATION BY-'-PRESIDENT : M'KINLEY. ; c' London, Wednesday. .. Tn, tlie proclamation which' ? President M'Kinlcy ? has 7'- issued' V announcing ? ? thai America has i. taken over /the. control'.; of Eastern Cuba, the United/.StatcRceunrant-n 8 to the r.-sidenti of that :part of tho island the 'security or their. .persons, arid , property nnd'nllows them the- full oxercise of -their private rights. Italso 8tate8';that: the Jporti are,, -open, to tlie commerce of tjie-neut'ral.nations.^ t-.:,' .