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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

Church Notioos. - : Catholic diiuRdn.— nkurigan and juitir. DERI E. DISTRICTS:— ; Sunday, 31sfc July.— Jerildeno, il a.ui.i 7^30 p.nh Sunday, ..14th August-.— Blessing of Churtibj Jerilderie, byjtfght Itav. Ihv Gallagher. : FATUER IIENNESSYi PaotoU. Gliuucil of1 England —urana and jeuil DEHlEiPARISIl J— ? ' : Sunday, 31sfc July,— Mittagong,- lO'afttu;' tock- hart, 3p.m. ; Hrookong, 7.30 p.m. ? ? Sunday,' 7th August.— 11 a.m., IlaYtwood ; 7.30 p.m. », Jerilderie. . v'-\ Sunday, 14th Auirust.—ll a.m., S. Philip's, . Urana* (Il.Ci), and 7^30 p.m. ; Round Swamp, 8.30 p.m. ?* ; Sunday, . 21st August,.— 11 a.'m.V Mitth'gong:; 3 p.m.,- hookhacb.;, 7.30 p.m., Brookong., Sunday, 23th Augtl3t.-rll Jerilderie, (fJ.C.). and 7,30 p:m; ; Children's Serv»cet 3 p.m. - Sunday, 4th September.— 'lO a.m,, Mahonga ; 2,30 : p.m.,' Cigar Hills (Mr, Lano's): 7.30 p.m.,'. .S. Philip's, Urana. Sunday, 11th September. -rll a.m., Lockhnrt; 3 pan;, itittagong;. 7.30 p.m., Rrookong. - '-iOHAllLES;tF.- DAVIS, Ist...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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PIGS. Section M—Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

PIGS. . Section. M— Pigs. Juddes.— Messis. J. Fulton and D. Corcoran. = ? ^ - 85 — Best Boar in the j-ard. ? First prize, £1 ; second, ccrtificato. -, 1 ,? - entry.. Thos. Wise, first . : -i 86— Best Breeding Sow in the yard, any breed, with or without litter at foot. First: prize;. £1 ; 1 sccond, certificate. 1 entry. Thos. Wise, first

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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FARM PRODUCE. Section L—Farm and Dairy Produce. Government Special Prize. JUDGE.—Mr. J. L. Thompson. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

FARM PRODUCE. . Section X,— Farm, and Dairy Produce. '. Govornnont Special Priaa. Judge. — Mr. J. L. Thompson. For Best Collection of FARM PRO-' DUCTS, (nnininl, dairy, and Agri cultural) ^produced on a farm by : -exhibitor,. not less . than . five- items to constitute exhibit. . First .prize, , .tr'a'Ritchie Three-furrow PLOUGH, valued at-£27; 10s, the gift of -tlio Department of Agriculture ;? second prize; Box of Tea; valued £1 Is, ? the gift of Messrs.' Griffith Bros., : Tea Merchants, Sydney. Entry, ?? ' 5s.. -7' entries. ? ' ?Tho Government Agricultural Lecturer, Mr. .T. L. Thompson, judged the collection for the Government Special Prize of a three furrow Hitchie ploiigh, at the Hiveriiia P.i and A. Sliow. held here on Tuesday and Wed nesday last. The. Committec:of the Show, should be thankful to this gentleman for the care and attention displayed by him in mak ing his award. Every item in the collections was inspected and ii note made of same. Mr. Thompson expressed himself a...

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Riverina P. & H. Society. TWENTY-EIGHT ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

Biveriaa p, & H. Societu. tWENTr-EIGHT'VAN«UATC*SHOW; ' The 28th annual sliow of the Rivcriua 1'. tintl.'A. Society. ..was. held nt Jerilderie on Tuesday anU^Wcclncsilay last, ;under unfavor able circumstances so far ;as I weather; was. concerned, and ..there were .t wo , strong cir cumstn nccs that mili tat cd; eohi? what'agai ns t . Its success — circumstances','. however, over which tho officers o£ thc;5Qciety; lwl no con trol. The fiiat of these \yas;;tiio:thrcp ;soveio Seasons of drought. ,tliroligli which'- this dis trict, in common with most other parts of the colony, lias passed, and the; peeoud-vvas that the society ? hiicl ;nrifqrtunately , fixed upon tile nun July, tne any on wnicn.vir. Rcid. in his great ' wisdom', subsequently decided the general elbe' ion for members of the Legislative Assembly v^of ; New. _South Wales should bo held. The .latter ci rcum- stance deprived the sliow of 'many enthusi nstic visitors from' M'agjra, Narandeia,' and other electorates ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

Forty Ytinvs uf ESlicnniatiKiii - ?) aMrt:'fflar«c Attitcliit or lu- ; littsunza. . DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS EFFECT' A MARVELLOUS CUBE. '? Until a short, time ago I liad not known' ' ' for 40 years \yh it permanent relief from-' pain was.'.' : Tims spoke 'Airs. T. J;,Thomns.' .- of Heathcoto. Victoria, recently, to a re porter. How greatly Mrs Thomas Biiff-red from ih-'iimaM'sTi, repented attacks .of in fluenza, enlargcm -nt of the liv«r,'nnd in flammation r.f the kidneys, is vividly shown by. lier' :remarks.: . ':l,l.I.'am over .7-1:;, y ears of age,' i-h - continiied. . ' It was ns rear as I ., can remember in '57 tliat. I liad^my;first - attack of rhe'ima'isrii, and thesj linvo fol lo'verl me up. on nnd eff, for 40 years. About ..nine . vea-s , n.ro-,m v. troubles ..; were adib d .to be enlargement of the liver, and this in. itself is more than sufficient to Kill mn=t p- op'p i f mv nec. was ag.'ravnted by inflimmTion of the, kidneys. As you may imagine, I was in n1 verv critical...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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CATTLE. Section K—Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

CATTLE. Section K— Cattle.. Judges — Messrs. J. L. Thompson ,(SyJ- ;_ ney), A.-M'Laurun, It \V. Morrison. ; 53 — Shorthorn Bnll. First prize, £1 ; second, certificate. Peterson and -Sargood, first. 54 — Shorthorn Cow. First prize, £1 ; . second, certificate. 2 entries. Pe tevson and Sargood, first; M II Devlin, second. : - 55— Ayrshire Bull, 3 years ' or over. : First prize, £1, the gift of C. J. Curtin, Riverina Hotel ; , 'second, :,, certificate. ' 1 entry. Alex.; M'Ar . --thnr (Billy), hrst-. 56— Ayrshire Cow. First prize, £1 second, certificate. No entry. 57— Holstein Bull. First prize, £1, the gift of C. J , Curtin ; sccond , certificate. No entry. 58 — Holstein '.Cow';,' ^ First prize, £1 ; : second; certificate. ? No entry. , 59 — Aldernby'Bull. First -prizo, £1; . second certificate. 2 entries; P Connell, first. ' 60— Alderney Cow. First prizo £1 ; .- second, certificate. 4 entries. J A T Rochfort, first. 61— — Fat bullock, any breed, fattened by exhibitor. First prize, £1 ;...

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HORSES. Section G—Draught Horses. JUDGES.—Messrs. A. and J. McRae. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

HORSES. ? Section Gr— Draught Horses.- . Judoes.— Meisrsi A. and J. MeUa-. Class . - - - .24— Stallion, 3 years or-over. -First prize; £2-; second, £1 ; third, , . . certificate. 2 entries. M.. Ilaniil ton, first ; Kilpatrick & Ryan, ? second. 1 ;? 25— Stallion/i under v3 years. . ; -,First. prize, :£2 second, £L;.: -third, certificate! '2 entries. Exors. lnte G;- F. Simpson; first; MlHiimilton, ' second. 2G— Mare, 3 1 yours or- over. First . prize, £1 ; sccond, certificate. 4 - ..-. entries. Exors. late G. F. Simp son. first and sccond. 27 — Gelding, 3 years or over. First prize, £1 ; second, certificate. , 2 entries. II. Devlin,, first ; John O'Shanassy, second. 28 — Mare, under 3 years. First prize, £1 ; second, certificate. .1 entry. John O'Shanassy, first. 29 — Pair of Farm Draught Horses. First prize, £1 ; second, certificate. 4 entries. John Jones, first. CHAMPION PRIZ ES. Stallion, any age, in this section, £3, the gift of J. Glenn, Esq. Exors. late G F Simpson. Mare...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

LATEST INTELLIGEITOE. ? .-p. ? ? ... f BY ELECTRIC TI5LE3RA PH;] ' (FROM OUR OWN CnRHUSrOXDENT.) - ? SYDNEY, -FitiriAY. '? In the maikcts this morning wheat was quoted at 3s G.l to 3* OJd per bushel; . At Homebush yi-sterdn'y prime 'merino -.wethers realised to 12s, .good 8s G.l to 9i 9d, medium Cs fid -to 7s Oil ; oaltl — prime to £li 10s i good £4 10s to £5 10?, nu ilium £3 to £3 10s. The 'State: of the parties now stand : — i iMinistcrinlists, G3 ; Fcdurnlists, 57 ; .Indc n..nrlnnt r, ? .' . Mr. Davics only def.ateJ Mr.- Millen for Bourkc by nine votes. -- Mr. Davies Inst night offere 1 to retire in favor of Mr Barton. Al r. Uiehards, member for Mud,ice, made a siirilar off-r. - ? . Messrs. Barton nnd Lytic still l-- lieve the Government has not a working majority. It has been suggested that? Me. S-iln -y Smith be- transferred' to the Upper Hons,-, retaining his portfolio, nnd . possibly' Mr. Carruthei'3 will be transferred.,toj,the De--. part ment of Justice, while'Mr.' Ashtiin ...

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Land Board at Jerilderie. (Before Messrs Watt, chairman, and Bayliss) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

Tjtmd Dtoartl at Jei'llilvi-iti, (Before Jtessr3 Watt, chairman. and Bavliss) Tlie- Land .Hoard snt li re on Sntur-lav, Inst to; adjudicate on several cases svt down for h- arin ^ at the Courthouse. The first on tlio listiwns'an application; of 1'. S.: liakeri for^n Pil..(,if l'J'20 acres in; viituo uf all o.c.p 'of G 1 0 ii c e tnken up in 189.1. ' , . Mr II. 11.' Solomon appeared for the nppli cant,- ? ; . Tne first witness called for the Cro'-n was Richard -Thompson, one of the -applicants- whoairew poriion of this l!)20 ncres ns n homestead selection... In his evidence . this witness sail lie -saw the land in question; There wuro 250..to !!00 ncres.of the . portion drnwn by liiin — -omc 750 acres fair ngrjcul turnl land. If lie got it lie intended com bining agriculture with L-raz!iu. He could drain the agricultural portion to n creek running past it. There wns good drainage, lie wns sure lie could cultivate 200 ncr.s cif it. Had a goo I kno.vlodge of what land was. He knew the ...

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Jerilderie Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

J urildui-ic a oclttiy CJiiW. .The above -eventuated on Thursday last, and for butter fields nnd ntt.-ndnnce proveil most, successful. The (lay, however, was equally ns unpleasant as tin: previous ono -which enn'-e 1; many to stiiy nt home by tlio - - -- fire rathci -than face the cold wind nnd blow, ing showers; which swept across the plains. The races were held on the n-w course near tin- in l vny station, hut: as the club's title, to -:-- flie laud is not complete tliu improvements on the course wore iii-ce-sarily of a very ? primitive chnraote'', -with little shelter from either wind ? cir rnin for the -public, Tho racing was good and 111 ? track, in fair, order. Tile officers of the club carried through thefr rcspective..i}utic.s.,9atisfaeioiily./ Mr. Wm. Esran, of the 'It-iyal, had the booth nnd did n brisk trade during the nft.-rnoon.; The fol- . lowing are the results : — TRIAL HANDICAP' of 8 S.n's. For all 'homes that have never won a race ex-* : ? ; : ceeding-£10. About'si...

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THE ELECTIONS. RESULT OF POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 July 1898

THE ELECTIONS. RESULT OF POLLING. The latest information to hand show the | following candidates to have been successful in the various electorates. In tho subjoined | list the icter 'M ' after a candidate's name I stands for Ministerialist,'.. or supporter of | the Rcid-Wantite party, 'F.' represents n I '? Federalist ' who supports federation on | th,*. lines laid down by Mr: Barton, whilst I 'I.' indicates an Independent candidate. | Tho letter -'S.' denotes that the candidate I has been selected cither by the Ministerial party or the federation party under Mr. Bar ton. Tims— ' M.S.' means.' ''Ministerialist- Selected candidate.' anil ,-F S.' stands for 'Federalist selected by the National Federal Party. The list is as follows : — Albury — T. H. Griffiths, F.S. Alma— Josiah Thomas, M. Argyle. — T. R -se, F.S. Armidnli- — Lonsdale. M.S. ? Ashburnham — Joseph 15. Raymond, F.S. Aslifield — Bernard Ringroso Wise, ;F-.S;. Annandale— William Reg. Mahony, M.S. Ballinn — John Perry. F.S....

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"THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

'THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES.' - ? - Smokers bewnre. : Examine well the labels when, purchasing, cigarettes. . Ask fnr the ' Three Castles ' and you will be sure to get a genuine nrticle. ,. Dlt. IL II. ITaut, New York, says : — '? It goes without saving thnt Snnd»r & Sons lOncalypti Extract, is tne best in the market, It is an excellent local nppliontion in inflam mation of the mucous m'rnbranes and will cure- influenza, diarrhoea, diphtheria, infec tious fe.vers, etc.' Insist on getting Sander & Son's Eucalypti Extract, or you will be supplied with, worthless oils, A report reached Svdn^y from Cnsino on Wednesday night: that Mr. Pyers disidaiins having nffer.'d his sent in the' Ass unbly for Richmond to Air. Barton. I t.-is nndersioo 1. however, thnt Mr. Birton is still in enm munieatiim with Mr. I'vei-s, Mr.. Goodwin, who wns returned for Gunnednh, nsserts thnt it is untrue that lie is resigning in favor of Mr. R. K. O'Connor. Mr. Sydney Smith, Mr. A. .T. Gould, and ...

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A Pretty Typewriter. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

--IA. Pretty .'Xypcwritcr.' ? j ypc!w ritiT.a. nu i cspccmliv prultv ones; have been inndn l lie. suliject of innumerable! so-called, jokes, but one must not imagine for..: '-ne. . ins' an'-t that the average typewriter'*'' i-xistanee is a bed of roses. Far forth; it-; i many of t.heni work long and late and tlie very ratine of the work is more than likelv to biing on chronic dis ase. A sedentary life is one (*f the surest originators of constipation biliousness, female ailm nts.. slugirisli liver and a host of simiim -ailinenls, nnd an attack of this sort i y c -s-itat s a course oE that b ''t of all vemedii-s fot stomach, livi r, or female complaints, 1!ile l!-'ans for Biliousness. This ' remedy is t he fruit of years of study bv an1 .eminent American medical man, who, after various experiments, discovered a vegetable substance that, when properly compound d has the exact i fivet on the. system of a regular and sufficient flow of natures owii bile. Needless to say, this is without...

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The R. C. Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

Tho R,.' C. Bazaar. The naznnr in nid of the R. . C. Cliuieh I held duiiriir Show week, closed on Saturday l evening, Inst., and, nil things considered, wns I most satisfactory. It enn snfely be said that the nctf.ivsult. will be close on £200, which i is n sufiieicnt index for the eneivv displayed' ?-y those -..concerned.' ' After Mass. at. St. Joseph's Church, on Sunday, . l'\iUter Hin nessy, who wns t he .guiding spirit.-wnrnily iiiainvuii lou laoy siaii-uotoeis lion inobu wou assisted, and coii)!ratulated t.heni on the. magnificent result-.of their labors.. The rev; 'ecntlcmnn also stated that -the indebtedness incurred in '.connection with (lie additions and other iniprovements would bo paid off. and that, ;wiilr a sul s'amial sum l n hand, the foundation stone of a new seho.il will be laid on Sunday the 1 J 111 inst., by the Itiglit Rev. Dr. Gallagher. The new building will be Greeted in the present .Ctiureh grounds mid .will b; quite an ornament to the town. It is to be built...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

€OLOSBROUGIUflORT&GO. LTD. ? ANNUAL MEETING. Uteri-: ordinary general meet mg of the above company was recently held in Melbourne, mid a satisfactory report -of tlu piogress o f the company was '-submitted.. Although t.he export of wool from 'Australia for the year. -uiii|! to the severe ciroiiylit, slmwid a de ?ficitmcy of 17:1,1 00 bides, the s-des nf the company showed an increase, 117.2.19 babs --f wool Ii n v i n lt hen sold 'in Melbourne and .?Sydney, nnd I fi. 329 hairs shipped to London i'or disposal, making atom! of 133. OSS bales -lcalt Willi during the -si ason. During the 3'- ar £7S,750 moitgngo on the company's ? premises has been paid -oil, so that the wlinl ? ?of their buildings and propeiiim are 'now freedom. deb-. The . report shows that tlie e.onrpnny has .the command .of ailarge perma nent capital at nominal rates of interest. About £1,000.000 is employed in thecom panv's operation.-', for which the only obli ?isation as regards payment of mterit-t is for ...

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PEACE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

?? ?? -M^vma^PRripfisATiSi '??-? r After the French Ambassador nt Washing ton had secure 1 some slight modification of President vj| 'IvinJcVs has* s ? for peace* pro?'' Vmsals-' with' Spain, tlie Spanish Oovernment in Madrid considered the whole matter.. ... It is- T'ported that I lie Spani-dr Govern mcnt ycslerdny forwnrded their r ply to the American note in regard to peace. '? The greatest secrecy, however, i.s observed, and so fnr no particulars of the reply sunt on -behalf of Spain have trnnspiie 1.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

LATEST mTiSLLIGSNGE. [BY ELECTRIC . TELEGRAPH.] (From Our Own Correspondent.): : SYDNEY, Fiiidav. Wheat to-daj is quoted at 3s. Gd. for prime. Flour remains unaltered. At Homcbiish y osterd ay there was a further ..'advance in sheep. Prime merino wethers brought from 12s. to 13s,; ffqpd ? '°- °.'r 0- : mojrim fio n Gs. Gd. to 7s. Id. Bullocks — -prime, £G to £7 ; gond, £4 10s. to £5 10s.: medium, from £8 to £3 10s. It is understood Parliament will meet next Tuesday week. Tho Public Service Board has issued a minuto ox plaining the sccoiid regulation govern ing promotions: Tho body of the fifteenth- and last victim of the Dudley Colliery disaster — -that'.of Mr. George Hindmatsh, the underground manager— was discovered yosterdiiy'-by the. exploring party; The impression is gaining ground in political circles that some of the federal leaders who did not gaiii seats at the general election will oppose any members who I-yj accepting portfolios have to go back to their constituents for r...

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AN AMERICAN CRUISER ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

A N A M ERICA N. CRU.fSE II ASirORB. The United. .States , cruiser. Ooluniljin, of Admiral JSainpson's squadron; which is tak ing part vin the naval oporationsjit Ponce, a fort on the' 'souOi const^' of Porto Rico, at ?which point General Miles-nnd'the American' ?tio'ins are disembarking, has gone ashoreC I

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. THE HOOLEY BANKRUPTCY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

LATEST CABLE NEWS. ? ? : ? , Till! IIOOLISY BANKRUPTCY. . LoNDON. Tueslny. , ^ 'In the liankruptcy (Jourt\ jejterday vtlie examination of IOrnest Terah :IIbiiley, Jthe insolvent company promoter, wa? continued. ;Mr. liooley swore that he was. prepared to prove every word lie hnd said; during- his examination on. Werliii sdny last wi I li respect lo the sums lie ha 1 paid tithd peisinases for allowing their nanus to be paced on the prospectuses of- companies he had floated as direetprs, and., to newspapers fur '- press Dooms or me uoais. ? . - . ?With respect to the d3url cif .-.Winc'iiNonj to ivlioin he hnd alleged lie had p ud JI IO.U00 For taking 'the'' position, of chairman, of tlie Cycle Tu'ie Mnnufactuiinu Companv, and ivlio has denied the al letr il ion. M r. Iloidev [leclar il that lie pa'il l lie m.inev to the 13 ill ? through his (the:. Hurl's), cousri, Ilie Hon. Harold Fineh-IIattoii, M. P. for Newark. He produced , in c uirt the ch qns sianed b ; iiimself and endorsed. I-...

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UNRULY INSURGENTS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

UNRULY ?.?INSURGENTS:'; , London. We Ini sdav. Already; there nro signs of serious .trouble with rhe insurgents mthe Philippine Islands. Intelligence received fiom tho group to-day reports that the insurgents under the leader ship of. Aquinaldo, who at one fime en operati d with-the American troops, but have lately turned Touiid -because of the stnet (lis- ?.- ciplme exacted, now threaten the Bishops jinil Clergy of Cavite, a sortifi d seaport town nbnut. 10 miles from Manilla; It is feared that serious trouble , will arise jis the insurgents go to great li-nul lis in their reprisals.'i' .Admiral Dawi y, who eommantls the American -sq' adron at Manilla, and ?Oe.neral Mervit, \vht- recently arrived in tbe (Philippines. with nn'Ameiicnii army, liave received orders from the authorities in Wash ington to suppress .ariytliitijj like a riot.

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