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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Beautiful eyes grow dull and dim ^ As the swift years steal away. Beautiful, willowy forms so slim I,ose fairness with every day. But she still is queen and hath charms to spar? Who wears y outh's coronal— beautiful hair. Ayer's « , f* , , Hajf^yigpr .will preserve your hair, and thus pre serve your youth. ' A woman is as old as she looks,' says the world. No woman looks as old as she is if heir hair has preserved its normal beauty. You can keep hair from falling our, restoring its normal color, or restore the normal color to gray or faded hair by the use pf ' . ' ' '- Ayer's ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Hair Vigor. .= GOLD MEDALS Chief Eipositlons, St. Patrick's Day &ace Club. A MEETING of the Members of the above will be held in the Mechanics' Institute 011 MONDAY NEXT, 14th Inst,, at 8 p.m. Business Important. W. T. FLYNN, \ Hon. Sees. F. E, FOGARTY J^ro fori, Berrigan A. and H. Society. SUPPLEMENTARY PRIZ13 LIST. - ? - Class 1^1.— Sheep. , Sqction 1— Best throe Sheep, most suitable for freez...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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SETTLEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

SETTLEMENT LEASES,. . Available on and after 10th March.. t.hin. resumed area- of Nap Nap. Holding, county Caira. Portion 47 cf 0.890 aC:0*. PF'3,'1 Tuye runby; annual rent, £61 16s 3d; iirp.r?vo' ments, $270 18s 9d. ' Portion 48 of . 9,730. acres, parish Tuye runby ; rent, £00 16s 3d; improvements, £1G5 3s 9d. Portion 7 of 8,245 acres, parish Pollen ; rent, £51 103 8d ; improvements, £278 8s. : Portion 10 of G, 215 acres, parish Pollen ; rent, '£38 16s lid ; improvements, £86 17s 6d. Portion 1, of G,9(J0 acres, parish Lincoln; rent, :S43'103 ; improvements, £123 ISs 5d. - Portion.13 of 8,920 acres, parish Pybolee ; rent, £55 lGs ; improvements, £260 14s 2d. Portion 4 of 10,180 acres, parish Telford ; rent, JSG3 12j Gd ; improvements, £545 7s 6d. Portion 5 of 10,210 acres, parish Telford ; rent, £64 ; improvements, £635 18s 2d. Portion 2 of 9,780 acres, parish Telford; rent, £61 2s Gd ; improvements, £371 18s ,9d. The improvements consist of fencing, dams, tanks, wells and yards. Th...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

The Hfpg.ning Ne.w8, Sydney, says in regard to the application of. Eucalypti' in influ enza ; — ' We have lo exercise 'caution to got an article freed of its astringent'eonstitnonts or -else it will ;prevcnt tho 'excretion of tho disease-producing . germs. A preparation known as Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract was found to. be the only, refined one, and piuveuj 10 uu possessed ot tlie germ-killing qualities.' ' .. :. Dr; II. IT.. Hart, New York, says: — '? It goes without saying that -Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract is the best in tho market, It is an excelteut local application in inflam mation ot mucous membranes and will cure influenza, diarihaja/ diphtheria, infectious fevers, etc.' . Insist netting Sunder & Son's Eucalypti Extract, oiytclse you will 'bo sup.' plied with worthless oils. ' *'

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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STODDART'S ELEVEN. ENGLAND v. N. S. WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

' : STODDART'S ELEVEN. ? ENGLAND v. N. S, WALES. New: South Wales. First Innings ...' ... ... 415 Second. Innings ... 574 England. First Innings ' ... 3S7 Second Innings. ' Wainwright, b M'Kibbin... ... 68 MacLaren, b Howell ? 140 Ranjinsinhji, o M'Kibbin b Howell' 44. Hurst, c Gregory, b Noblo ... - 1 Druco, c'-ltellyy'b Noble ... , ... 12 Mason, c Gregory, b Noble . ... -6 Hnyward, not out ' . ... 64 Sloddart, b Noble ... ... 5 Briggs, c and b Noble ... .... 0 Board, b Noble ? 9 Ilea we, b Howell .'.7 ... 1 Sundries ... i ? 13 Six for ... ... ...'363

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Land Notes. APPROACHING CROWN LAND SALES [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

? Jjand Notes. APPROACHING CROWN LAND SALES Adelong. — 23rd February, 1898. Corowa. — 23rd February, 1898. Mulwala. — 21st February, 1898. Narandcra. — 23rd February, 1898. Urana. — 22nd February, 189S. Wagga Wagga. — 23rd January, 1898. ? Gerinanton. — 27th and 28th January. ? Urana. — 14th March. Albury. — 29th March. Cootamundra. — 30th March. 1 Corowa. — 30th March, Gundagai, — 29th March. Narandera. — 29th March. Temora. — 28th March. Tnmbarumba. — 29th March. Wagga Wagga. — 29th March. Wallacctown. — 28th Maach. Urana. — 22nd March ,

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Jerilderie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

JTci'iltleric Municipal (Council. ? ? ? A ? A special meeting of the above was held on Wednesday .evening last. Present — Aldermen Robinson (Mayor) and M'Vittie. The two newly-elected Aldermen were pre sent, and, after taking the usual declaration, took their seats at the Board, They were welcomed by the Mayor pq beljaJE of tho Council. The Mayor having read tho notice paper, explained that the meeting had been called for the purpose of considering the appoint ment of a Council Clerk, as a letter had been received from Mr. O'Brien declining the appointment, sayiDg his reason for so doing was owing to sickness. A number o£ the testimonials of the other applicants wore read and considered, After somo discussion, Aid. Curtin inquired if the present Acting Council Clerk would accept the office if it were offered to him. Mr. Chrystal replied that I10 would con sider the matter, if the position were offered to him, and give them a reply on next night of meeting. Aid. Curtin moved, Aid. M'...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

' Bea4 ' ? ? FOWLER. — On the' 12th Inst, at the resj ' deuce of her parints, Jorilderie, Marie Lila, the belbved daughter of Catherine Ann nnd Arthur Paniel Fowler. Aged ? 4'years; ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Funeral Notice. TnE friends oE Mr. A. D. Fowler are respectfully' invited to follow the re mains of his belovel daughter, Marie Lila, to their place of iixerment in the Jerilderie Cemetery.' The ]uneral will leave the Post Office at !l p.m. to-morrow (Saturday). GSORGE MkHONEY, Undertaker. ©lie fevErtcvk gwatd AS!?. BKA3TA AWVMIlTIiilBIt PD1SI.18IIED EvERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Tocumwal. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Tocumwai. February 9. 1 J, ani pleased :tovbo :abw to report : a' cool -I chango in tho weather, which of late hisb^en 1 nearly up to boiling ipoint. - To'.dav; what I wa| at first supposed to l^s thunder w-j? I heard, but no such iuck ; it was ^the noise caused by iron tanks employed in carting water from the river. Ihis afternoon threatens rain. 'By the way I did'nt mention that wo had heavy rain this morning, which ,no doubt will do good in its own time. Yes! .why,, the.ro must have been — well, not quite an incii of rain, but at least somewhere near Gjdrops, which'as before mentioned fell very heavily, just where they did fall and nowhere else. During the last few days the Town ;lias been enveloped in smoke, carried from Victoria by the Southerly winds. It is well worth one's trouble to walk down to what remains of the river and have a look at it since official records havo been kept it has not been so low here before. Sickness still keeps affairs lively, or rather otherwise. A ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

At a Conference held recently in New castle the Labor Party formed its new platform to go before tho electors when the genei'ij elections come round. This party does not, however, represent the whole of tho great body of workers, nor do the whole of the present so called .Labor lMemtiei's now in rarlia ment endorse the proposals of the Conference. Sorce of these politicians who were elected to the first Labor Party repudiate (no of the princi pal tenets of tlu association— viz., solidarity— being cf opinion that it is better for member! to speak and vote according, to their convictions than be. guided by a majo-ity in caucus. In this, then, like un.o tho other parlia mentary parties, tlere is a split in the ranks, so that the platform now issued by the Conference is that known as the ' solids.' The fiet plank is the aboli tion of the Upp.r House. Somo of the ' solids ' arc of opinion that no ?change can be caricd until this obstacle to progressive legslation is done away with. Polit...

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Finley. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Sinley. Wednesday. mt. waae, tne second engineer in charge ,of construction of the Berrigan-Firiley line is now with lis, 'and. expects to wade into work taking levels for culverts, bridges, etc. jthis week. The .ceremony of turning the first sod is anxiously looked forward to, but itis thought' that if the ground does not soften shortly the sod will have to be turned with dynamite. ' ? One of the lucky h. s. selectors on tlie stock jroute, Mr. E. Mannix, whose place is about six miles from Finley, lately had a well sunk , to a depth of 110 ft. on his faim, at which depth it was ' decided 'to go' on boring till either water oy China was struck. The work men bored 15 feet up till knock-off time one evening, and on going to work next morning found that 25 ft. of pure, soft drinking water had risen in the shaft. The acquisition is a most valuable one to Mr. Mannix, and as h' now retails it to all who apply, at' the' rat of Is. 6d. for 200 gallons,' it shonjid pj-ov invaluable to water ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

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The Municipal Election. SMALL VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Xho ?Iunlci]iiil Slcctlon. SMALL VOTING. The polling fpr the election pf twp alder-, men to fill the vneapey caused by the retire ment pf Aldermen Smith and Harris took place on Mpnday last. There, were five can didates'- numcs en' the ballot paper, and, coriseguently, the voting was pretty mixed. There was very interest shown in the con-, test as there were only G4 voters out pf spmo* onn u ' .1 .m- 4 _ -vu »*? ''it' miar ffiiuo 10 go up to the Council Chambers to vote. Tho lack of interest is to be regretted, as wo consider it the duty of every ratepayer tpsop that lie 'or ?he lias representatives' who. will- ? attend t° tho' manner in winch the rate payers' money is - expended. Te the 64 who went up, all credit is due in this respect, and: wo doubt not but each nnd all, whe.n casting their votes gave \t to the two 'whom they^ considered' tlie more worthy to lopk after, municipal matters. There are' growlers in every ccrporation, and there is ne dpubt if these were to be traced it...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

LATEST X2TTELLZ&SNCE. I ? I [BY ELEOTRIG TELEGRAPH.] (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) SYDNEY, Friday. ' The price of wheat is unchanged, 4s to 4s 2d being tho quotation. , At HomeJjusli, yesterday there was a decline in the price of sheep ;? prime wethers 7s 4d, good, os to 6s, others from 4s. Cattle were also lower ; primo bullocks £6 14s, good £5 10s, others from £3 10s. Owing to tho interruption of the cable on the Port Darwin line, no late .Eng lish news are to hand this morning. It has transpire^ th?.t No. 2 account, the existence of which in connection with the city finances was only recently disclosed, was opened 20 years ago. In view of the anticipated rush to Klondyke, special Bteamers aqe being jplaced on berth ip the colonies. A butcher was fined. £5 yesterday for selling immature veal. ~ Wm. Grady, convjeted as being tho promoter of a fraudulent guessing com petition, was sentenced to 18 months' : imprisonment. Two hundred tons of wheat were shipped by the Oceana fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Commercial Ranking Company of Sydney limited. BRANCH of the above Bmk HAS BEEN OPENED at FINLEY I for the I transaction- of all usual Banking Business, T. A. DIBBS, ? General Manager. A. Hig-ln * Cliiirclr ? ?/ I Digrnitai-y. . j - 1 The'Right-Rcverend Consignor j .O'Brien, . Rector of St. John's j College, Sydney, lias impressed . his opinion of i I LOASBY'SV'WAPTOO' in the following terms. B»r. O'BSrien's Statement. ' ? ? jg-P St. John's Colcge, Sydney, De:. 15, 1897. Dear Sirs, a A trial of Loassy's Wahoo has fully convinced me of its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. ' (SYfifiiefZ) 'JAMES T. OBRIENV To Loasby's Walioa M'fg Co. Iioasl»y's Wafioo \ ? can be obtained from all Chem ists, price 2s Gd, or ,Dost\freo from the sole Mar.'ifactirers and Proprietors. { Loasby's Wahoo M'fg. Co. Lid., 171 KENT-ST., SYDNEY. ? RED GUM AND PINE SAWMILLS, arAB£A.ar»:ERA. j eisbt' & CO.;; BEG to inform tha General Public |hat, notwithstanding tha drought, tliep are prepared ...

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Urmia School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Vmiia §chuoi of ' — V ? ? ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS, L The annual meeting of -subscribers .to the. U rana School of Arts was held in the read ing] room on the 31st ult. for the, purpose pf re-' ceiving the report and balance-sheet for the' '~ past year, and, to elect officers and commit- . tee for ' 1898,' Mr. V. Brown was in tho chai^, ' i'.' : , l^he balance-shecf..,was read nnd accepted, ana me annum report was reaa astonows: — 'Ladies and ^Gentlemen, — We have much, pleasure in presenting our repcrt fpr tht^ year endiri'g 31st Peceinber, 1897. It iq satisfactcry tp know tbat thg debt on/ (he hall has been reduced from £12S lis 2d to £94 6s'6d., The rate of, interest charged by . the bauk was alsc lowered froii) 8 to 7 per' cent. It had been arranged tp hold a bazaar '. in. July in prder tp extinguish the .debt, but. - owing to the P. and A.Society's show having , been potponed, owing to the drought, it was . decided to put Off-the bazaar until a more ' ' favprable occasicn. ...

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Urana. February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Vi'ana. February 10. The annual meeting of the Urana Hospital subscribers was held on 29th January last. Mr. V. Brown (chairman) announced tho object of the meeting. There were present — Messrs. B. Cullcy, Lowers, T. Smith, Seton, T. Newton, Carmody, Whitehead, P. B, Smith, and the Kcv. M. Bell. The minutes of the previous half-yearly meeting were read and adopted. Mr. Carmody road the annual report, and Mr. B. Oulley the finan cial statement. The report and financial statement were adopted. A voto of tliapks was accorded Mr. B. Culley for his services as honorary treasurer. Mr. Oulley suitably acknowledged same. Mr. V. Browne was elected president ; Messrs. T. Newton and C. W. Rolls, vice-presidents ; and the following gentlemen to constitute the committee of management for the ensuing year : — Revs, i C. F. Davis and M. Bell, Messrs. T. Smith, ] B, Seton, J. Lewers, J. Carmody, A. Gell, II. A. Hill, F, E. Whitehead, A. L. Morrison, G. E, Jackson, D. Rankin, W. F. Ralph, W. Day, C,...

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To the Electors of the Municipality of Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

To the Electors of the Munici pality of vTerilderie. Ladies and Gentlemen, — I wish to offer you my sincere and hearty thanks for your generous and spontaneous support on Monday last. Being absent from home and nominated without my consent, returning too late to withdraw, I publioly requested you not to vote for me. Conse quently i regard my election on tne present occasion as a very high compliment, in view of the high position my opponents occupied, and it will be my sole aim to provo- myself worthy of the confidence reposed in mo by doing my. best to advance the welfare of the whole of tho Municipality. Through having publicly expressed a desire not to be elected I refrained from giving the electors my views although requested to do so. I now give them, viz. : — To use every endeavor to prevent all auction sales detri mental to the Municipality ; the opening for immediate settlement of all Crown lands where practicable, although I fear its rather late ; to get all Government mone...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Daysdale. February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

DISTRICT ? NEWS, I [FitoarOpn Own Correspondents.] : JJaysrtale. February 7. Thc princjp^j. topic here is the heat; For ihc'past 55 days the glass averaged above the century. Water is getting scarce; - Our ' Government tank here is a great stand by for us all. '?'? Only for it we should be' nearly as bad off as Berrigan or Finley. I hear itis getting a terrible '.'dry blovy . with them now. Our Mechanics' institute is nearly nmsnea. It is proposed to celebrate the_ opening of it with a concert and ball early in llarco nest, jthat is, of course, providing there is a bfeaj: in this continuous beat, Quf township is growing slowly. We have a Court of Petty Sessions here now, which jiras urgently needed, and having now a Bench our local ' beaks ' will be able to ascend the rostrum, and deal it out to the law breads. The latest addition to the ranks of the great unpaid is our worthy townsman Mr. .George J. Johnson, He will, in my opinion, make a good and fair man on the bench. I must swee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Asiciiosa ?MPOItTANT SALE or i( . Business Places ix ? 1 JERILDERIE, ' 'on 'v . ' ' pAE'JjHDAY, 18th MARCH. /jpiilC lixecutors of die Estate of the late J. MlCHAEt, .GJJIITIN will sell oil SAT U S LfAr,-12Tir Jfcvnon, 1898, 'in thetefnis of the Will, b; 'Public Auction— ' All the Business Places, situated- in the main street of the town, and other Properties', &c., belonging to the deceased. ? ' ? ' ? MEET SSLEjffP SALE AT ' ^Prudhoe Grange.^ ?Ok/Account op William Doel, Esq'... At 10 o'.OJpcl: Sharp, f' r Mackenzie, brothers, in conj.unc- 1 ' lion. with'' R'EtfN.CtaDSON fc' ftU,S-v SELL. I[hvb Bbbrf fivoted witli instructions from War. Doiii/, Esq.; Q»\p ia leaving the «iialrjct)*to sell 6y public' aiicfcfan hs 'a^ovQ the whole of Jjis ?* * ? * ' 'y,.' ' Horses, Cattle. Sheep, Storming v- — Etc. , Comprising STOCK. — 20. Draught Horses ancl B'reed '' ' ing Marcs, 1 Pair Oarriag&'l'H-'lckg, 1 Gent's 'Hrick', 1 Lady's Hack, x Boy's Pony, 1 Girl's Pony. ' '' -v * {STOC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 February 1898

Good News! Good News ! Good News! Great Sul©! Great Sal©! BARGAINS t BASGAIIfS £ AT BROVMAN'S - ' ? ' I This is a Boon to the wliole District, which never happened before, and , will never happen again. , fl|B I am -eiilargiiigv my Premises shortly, I have decided to H(j)LJ) A SALE foi: ONE || MONTH! 'ONLY' in e^ery; Department, disposing, of my 'VALUABLE SI OblC,: ' consisting- .of : , - -? \ / General Drapery, Fancy G-oods, and Boots! antfc Shoes, to ti'e : amount of jgj 750. Tlie reduction all .-round, is from .35, 40, 45- to ; 50 per cent, less thai usual prices. '..This is the number of Bulk Lines which L liavp to .dispose of during the sale, viz., — / * ' . 233 Men's Suits , . 175 Boys' Knicker Suits, bocluT.weed & Washing I 44 Men's Sack Coats ' . ? 60 . Dozen Men's Shirts' of' all descriptions, both 1 433 Men's Tweed Trousers ? ? ? , Silk Striped and ]Vorking Shirts 1 165 Men's Moleskin Trousers ? M8i Dozen Underpants and Singlets 112 Pairs of Dungaree Trousers and J...

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