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THE SHANGHAI LOAN. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

Til 13 SHANGHAI LOAN. . London, Wednesday Tne negotiations betw,in the . Cliinese Govcinm'-ot: an 1 Ilie Homr ICon-.r nnd S'wnirhiM Bmkin.' Company for a loan of .C2.000.000. 'o ,-x t-'Tid the New-ehwansr rail wav into the province of Manchuria linv.' he°n abamlo-.nd. ?: T!m nl^^-nl1nnmAn^ lino. Inlrnn. uln/tn tn dnfep'nce tn a strong protest made by tin* i Russian Government to tlie ? .effect thn' j liorivxvim? from any foreisn country wrs j co'itraiy to the t.T-ns of the ngreement be- I t\- o n Russia and Chin t. A tittle ivhil' n«o it was r- parted that Russia had withdrawn li-r o'ii'etion tn the loan on learniTnr that the -railway wast' remain und -r C dnese control, and -she was to receive a raihvny concession in the same province. .

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Tocumwal Race Club. WINTER MEETING. (By Wire from our Correspondent.) TOCUMWAL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

/£-»chshw»H SBaace Cltifo. 'WINTER MEETING. (I-y: Wire from our Correspondent.) - TooumwaIi. Wednesday. The Winter Meeting of the above came o(f to-day. The day was fine, and the racing excellent all through. The arrangements were perfect, and everything passed o irwith- wnt a lutch. ? Full credit for this is due to the court oous and cneivctic secretary, Mr. I'ercy- Meillon. There was a gocd attend ance.. fully up to anticipations. One hitch occurred during the meeting, that was when the Winter Handicap was being run. For this Trilby came in tirst, but the lidcr anil owner of Countermarch, the second ho'se, entered a protest against Ttilby for boring. After a careful consideration of the case, the Stewards, by a majority upheld the protest. The following are the results Tmu Murray Hi visit Handicap IIuitULE ? Rack. — About 2 miles. Wedding March. lOst 13' b ... 1 Flnmlipau, 9st 121b ' ... ... 2 Ffiist, 9.sfc ... . ... ; .... . 3 Novice, Tricolor, Rosebud and Conargo also started. ....

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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WELSH COLLIERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

WELSH COLLIERS' STRIKI'1 The. Collierv proprietors in the smith of Wnl ii« have defini'olv refused to erih'ede ?nnythinf to t'ic.niinen on strike bevond a renewal of. ', the' old slidine scale, and nil imm«diat' advance' of u per cent, jipoti the current riit-i of wag»s.

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Banco Court No. 2. (Before their Honors Mr. Justice Stephen and Mr. Justice A. H. S[?]son.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

Bunco Court, Ho. 9, (Before their Honors Mr. J'istice Stephou an I Air. .lust ice 'A. Il.binpsm) i T II K W A 11 R H N ' IM ST III C I' LAND CASE. ? Re J. II. Smith (the Minister for Lnnia and . . vllic Laud Bunrd, Wnrnn, responds.) .? . . Mr. Wise, instructed by ; Mr. W. P. Crick, nppenrcd for John Merliert Smith,, and il i. plied to make absolute n ru It. nisi for a writ of prohibition directed to the Land Board nt; Wnrron ami t In; Minister for Lnn Is (the lion. ?I. II. f'nrrut hers) lo restrain th/ni from pro ceeding on a retorence by the Minist r. Tne' refir.'tice was whet her S.nitli, t lie holdi'i- of . a ,: c in ucionur puretiase - ill , riuae ivvariiuai stat'on. Warren di.stnc, had inade a fals declaralion when lie applied for the land. ;aiid also whether lie had given falsjevi lence bi-for.: tlic'boiird ti | on iiiq-nry ns to the ful fillment of ilie e iiid:ti'iii.s -impos. d bv the Act. bir Julian Salomons and Mr. Canaway instructed by the Crown S- licitor, appear. d for ...

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THE MILAN RIOTS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

THE MILAN RIOTS. London, tu sdav. Two 'members of I ha Italian Chamlvr of n^palies. Signor T- -an li-ins an 1 Siunor Tnrati, hav heen tried for ? omintio.it vin the Milan riots, in Mav last. Th'y were f mn 1 euilty and'senteiieed to 12 years imnnsoii mont. ;

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Urana Local Land Board. MEETING AT URANA. Before Mr. Watt (chairman), and Mr. Thos. Newton, TUESDAY, 26TH JULY. Consideration and Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

Ui'»na l.ucal S^aiiiS ' MEETING AT URANA. Before Mr; Watt (chainnnii). and, Mr. Tiios. Newton. Tuesday, 2Gth -lur.v. Consideration and i Improvements. .. ! John Alexander, c.p. 120Jn. —Confirmed. Jns. Williams. c.]-. GSSjn. — Survey dlrcc'el of 4-10 acres. John Mathews,- c.p. 000 acres.— Refus'd- Bank or New South Wnles, c.p. ] 203-J a- — Con ti i nn d. ? Arthur Whilf'ird,li.p.Sla. — Con li run d. . John M-Lotighlin, li.s. -10a. 2i'. 27p. — Con- finned. ? .lolin Widdnp, li.s.iGSa.TCoiifiimcd Fred .1. Dal.iston; li.'. 1 13a;— Confirmed. Wm. Newlli, li.s. S-'li.— Confirmed. Geo. H. ll.irvvick, li.s. r-7-}i.— Confirmed. :, .-.William csorley,:h.s. 82Jti.— Confirmed: John Slieatlier, li.s. 81a. — Disallowed. Wudnijsdav, 27th JOIiV. Consideration and Improvements 11. Seton, li.s. 393a.— Confirmed. Improve ments— Ringing, ViM -'Hi 9.I-; ? scrubbin', JL7S os Jns. Cottcrell, l-.«. 320i.— Confirmed. Im provements — llin.'ing, (9 1 per ncre) £112; scrubbing, (5j per acre) £80. David- Cotteiel...

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Daring Bank Robbery. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

Dax'ing Sank liobbery . [By Wire.] MlSLliOURNE, Friday. A daring bank robbery was 'committed a little helore 3 o'elook yeslcrlav afternoon' at;- IVnbuist, A man eiitere'l the local branch oE the Bank of Victoria, covpred' tho bank manager, (.Mr. Jnmieson) ivith a revolver, and ordered him to throw on hi? hands. The manager, .being , taken unawares, imd no1 olhcropfon but to do ns lie «ns ordered. The rohber Ih n bound and enggel liiin nnd, obtninin'f noss.'ssion of Ilie key', abstrnoted about, £000 in not- s and gold frr.in the safe nnd drnwers. He then mnde oft in n huggy which was waiting fnr him a short distance from Ihe bank nnd ofTectod his escape. The telegraph liivs on bo'li sides of the town had been previously cut. A : passenger named Rvan wns arrested :last ;night on the arrival of thn train nt Ararat from Hamilton. A revolver, nnd a qnantit.v of animunition was foiind in his possession, which lie said was given him. by a maii lie did nnt know. A p'ortni inteau containing'...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Daysdale. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 5 August 1898

DISTRICT NEWS. | ; [From Our Own Correspondents.] Jftuysilalu. ? ' :' August 2. ; .Things generally aro very quiet here. We had twenty points of rain last, night, ni.'.kingi a total ot 1J inches during the past fort night. Although these . showers are very ..welcome; I am afraid things, .will be very -bad here next summer unless wc soon- get some heavy ruins, as it will take three or four inches to make the Coreen Creek flow into tlie Government tank, which at present I has only about Iff. tun. of wa'er in it. I notice that the proprietors of tlie Exchange Hotel are putting down a large underground tank, a tiling which is much needed. : ? Our Post and Telegraph Master has re* moved toitlie premises in Day Street, lately occupied by Messrs. Galvin & Johnston as a private residence, which will be mush' more convenient for huu and the general publt-:, and I hear that Mr. W. Martin, a saddler from Albtiiy, is going to occupy the late post ofliee. ? -.-?!?? , ? ? ?? ' ' . .' '-Th...

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

A. lady. The fairs x arc proverbially cautions, and when .they have their doubts about any thing they frequently hesitate before taking a, do° cisive step. The old proverb tells us 'that those 'who hositate arc lost, and in many oases this proves undeniably true. Mrs. lviiibb, of TDirlc-strcetjToowong, Q leensland after puff; ling for twelve years from agoniz ing ih 'iimatism. wns told to try Dr. Williams Pink. Pills for Pale People. She had her donbis about them, so she told a reporter re cently, but s!ie di I n 't hesitate io try them. Thus she wns saved For the benefit of i others who suffer untold misery every winter | we give her story just as she told it a press representative. ' Twelve years ago T had a bad - accident,' she said. My Ihluh hone wns broken, and since that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eye, nviinly through the disease, nn l even after treatment of it was over I suffered from great pain across the eye. Last Christmas twelve months...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

[ '-? ''' ? ? EKuStfriOss ]$-»:£?-»£- | Farmers ! Read This! WRviviii . ? |,o; (tiensod Iff. fnrAafdi tcstir; J iririiiiuls nnd l'nc«;I.isti to anyone tetjumng ntiy AanC.ilf.urnl Implements or Machinery.* G UIO lift:. J *il ten ttt-3 tlio . Well-known' Beard & Sisson fiamjJ . ( - '! Woathcr Strippor,- , „ „ i ? ^ riiils of which wore giv»if in various ? plnccs 1 I fhfndgll Riverina mm Victoria during lliu 1 | iast tllrce years/ , . ; : Our Trials are usually held nt !i A.M , Wht.'Oh Dky. ^ '.flioimnds. Af ItslinioninlP; ; nnd Qenffnl Sat isfaet inn everywhere Our Acmo Winnowers taill clcnr from li-6 In 200 (lags of When! )- r dft}\ : ,c. jfnterinl nnd Work Guaraiifficiii' - Address Enquiries ( Beard & Sissoii, * NATlMUIv. VICtOUlA: ' John Mamara & Co., . .. AUOTWNBEiiS'. Grainbuyersi anil Stock and Station Ageiltsj B Kd to finnnilm'e (lint tltcl' Iiitvc Opened I i it lillANClI OFFICE' o£ their t ltilsiness nt i - ? ?' - 1 .? Siei-rig'jsM.- ? Loniis n Speciali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

IMPORTANT SALE —OF— Agricultural and Grazing Land — IN— RIVERINA ?—ON — ? WeMy, 13(1 OfitoDsf, At 2 p.m. Sharp, at A I bury Hotel, A I bury. HL. CULLEY, Jj CO. (in -conjunction:. ? with Messrs. /Youngliusband Co. Proprietary Limited) have boon -instructed by the Mortgagee to.Scll, by .public-auction, al tlie .Albury Hotel,-. Albury,: on the , above date, — THE RETREAT ESTATE, ?V Consisting of 3,832 acres C.P. Land, all?. ? .certificated, situated on South Goon- : nmbil-Run, ndjoining Nowrnnio Hold- ? , ing, and the property lately purchased: by Mr. Kilpatrick, being 35 miles; from Mulwala, 20 miles from Berrigan : and 12 miles from Urana. . * This valuable property is in two compact blocks,: well, improved, -being. subdivided into 11 paddocks by . good six-wire sheep-prooE .fences; well watered by G : tanks, a never failing well, and frontage to the Billabong Creek. There -is a comfortable i dwelling house, detached kitchen, stables, and jneces sary outbuildings, cemented undergroun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Riveyina, P. & A. Society. A MEF.TING of. the Committee of . the r\ nbove will lie held in the Mechanics' Institute on SATURDAY, 20tii INST., at 11 a.m.1 ? . : '...'? ?. Business : To consider and pass all accounts received since last meeting. WM. ELLIOTT, ? . Secretary. . ' Jsrildorie Quadrille Assembly. TI-IE usual Forlninhtly Assembly in con nection with , above will be held in ;Hardi«'s Assembly llall on FRIDAY, 12th AUGUST. Dancing at 8 p.m. Splendid Music. Good Floor.- ' Tickets, 2-i.Od. ; Ladies U0' ? FRED. BROOKS, Hon. See. . , i Urana P. an& A. Society. A' COMMITTEE MEETING of the nbove will be ho hold in the School of Arts I on Saturday, the 13th inst.. at 2.80 p m. ]. BUSINE.SS. — To -appoint n Sub-committoo ! to draw up programme, and deal with I any oth r business that may be brought forward. ?: I' ' ' C. N. ? CULL BY. . Secri tar-. 1 ?' ' UrantiVnt1'' .'Augu'^, 1898. , ;

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Jerilderie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Jcrilileric Council. A speciai. meeting of the Municipal Coun cil was held on Tuesday evening last. Pre sent : Aldormon McVittio (Mayor), Smith, and Clarke. The. newly-elected Alderman, Mr. F. Paul, Swas' in attendance; but did hot subscribe to the ordinary declaration. The minutes of tho last meeting were read nnd confirmed. ' ,' ? ,?'['? Correspondence wns read as follows :? — . To Mr. Hayes re the dilapidated Btutc of the police quarters; asking him- to urge uuon' the Department of Jnstico-tlie,:ncccqsity of having proper quarters erected. ' To Mrs. McDougnll to the effect that the council had no objection to her laying a pipe across the foothpath' provided she properly covered the same up. . : . , . To District Superintendent of Railways. sending amended notice of wa'tor rates'. - - To the Council's cngiueer. ?-e -tlie o.rfljlica-! tion of the poisonous weeds on the common. 'To Road Superintendent asking h'im 'to draw the- attention of: the contractor forv'the Turnback Jimmy bri...

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A Coach Struck Up. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

A. Conch Stucfc Up. BY ARMED HIGHWAYMEN. The startling intelligence that the. mail coach running between Captain's Flat, a mining township off the Cooma lino, and Bungendore, had been struck up by arnicd men on Tuesday evening, readied Wasga yesterday.. The coach, was about five miles from Bungendore when the driver received a percratory summons to pu'l up. and found himself confronted by two armed men. The coachman had iio other alternative but to obey the command, and the robbers pro ceeded to -'-ransack the vehicle. The mails wore regarded as the most valuable part of the freight carried ? by tho coach, and the thieves made off with every bag the convey ance contained. It was 7*30 o'clock in the evening when tlio occurrence took place nnd consequently quite dark ' One of the highv waymcn was armed with a revolver, and his companion had a gun in his possession. The oecurronco caused considerable excite ment in the district where the event- took place, and the p dice are all oil th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Caiiie Vera wear ifij Blood Bad; Abscesses Formed; Health Gone. Wo aro glad to publish the testimonial of Miss Annie Snook of Auckland, New Zea land, who suffered intensely for years, anil who was quickly cured when she obtained the right remedy. 'I was a, strong, healthy woman until about flvo years ago, and while living tnHiig laiiil was recovering- from an attack of measles. I- took a chill, had a relapse and camo very near dying. My blootl was left in n' very bad state, abscesses formed on my body. I was confined to my bed two-thirds of tlio tlino. , At times I was unable to move. For two .years I failed to obtain any relief. So Anally I was advised to come to new Zea land. Altor coming here I remained about tlio same, trying many remedies without ob taining any benefit. About a year ago after roadlng one of your advertisements I detenu Sirsiprlia. Very soon after using it, tho absccsscs begnn to heal and my general health very greatly i.nproved, I followed up tho treatment aud ...

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AMERICA AND SPAIN. AMERICAN ARMY IN CUBA. A REAL ENEMY. GREAT RAVAGES BY FEVER. LONDON, 9th August. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

AMERICA AND SPAIN. AMERICAN ARMY IN CUBA, A R15A-L ENEMY. GREAT RAVAGES BY FEVER. , London, 9tli August, The official' medical reports on the state ot the American troops at Santiago show that : 3G81 soldiers are; on the 'siclt list,' and that in;2638 cases the cause is fever; ? , Malarial fever is, in fact, so prevalent that ; tli-; Amerii 'can' Government lias boon informed; -'-.that'™ ; General' Shatter's'.; ar.my is- , incapable of.- : 1 lnarching-furthcr than-froin' Santiago to'ilav - ; transports, which aro now, steaming fi'onr, tile.,, United Stales, to. take.- theni ; away frunv Cuba;. ? ' A later oflicial report - shows' that the ?of the American troops is .evoni worao- t'n.-u 1 previously announced; Typhoidifcvor is' pre- valent in all' tlio American' camps in Cuba. General Shafter has 'telegraphed; to the Watt; Office authorities iii Wbsliingtbn that 75- per i cont.-.of his- men. have. hail, malarial' fever. Those who are. not' actually iii v '.the hospital', arci-rocover...

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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. Land District of Urana. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

REVOCATION OP TEMPORARY. ' RESERVES. : Land District or Urana. i V f Part of W.R. 323 of 255 acres, coiinty: I-Inme parish Gibson.; , :?'? ? W.R.4 930 of 3,200: acres, county Urana, parish Hastings. '-i , ' ;'s C.R. 953 of 215 ; acres, parish Hastings, cou my urana, ?, V ' ' i T.S.R; 1 997. of 1.039 acres, parish North Gunambil, county Urana. Part of W.R. 3, 019A*of 1,139 acres, parish North Gunambil, coiinty Urana. Ilevo-ation of area' notined as not avail able till after survey.: The lands ns notified on 7th April, 1897, within leasehold area of Gunambil holding. :

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THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. The details of the reply sent by the Spanv . ish'' Government to the Americtvn terms for-, tlio cessation of hostilities 'and tho com- . mencement of permanent peace negotiations have not yet transpired. . . :- Tlio general impression, however;; is - tliaft , Spain has accepted America's conditions so far as to allow of the cessation of hostilities. and the initiation of regular negotiations, communications having been hitherto carried; on;tlirpugh M. Cambon, tho French ambassa- . dor at Washington, who has been, accredited as an envoy of Spain. lt is reported,- however, that tlio Spanish , reply is not ' an absolute one. and ' that it is.1:' : made by Senor Sagasta with tho proviso tllat. / it is subject to the approval of tho Spanish- - Cortes, which is to be sumniqiio l . it an , early ' date. It is .b licved that tlio American.'7 Government will not accept tliis prbviso.^lnit-C will insist upon tlio Spanish Cabinet taking tho responsibility of definitely ...

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LAND NOTES. Gazette, 30th July. SPECIAL AREAS. County Urana, Parish Gunambil. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

[?] ? ? Gazette, 30th July.- - - SP1301AL AREAS. - County Urana; Parish Gunambil. ? :. Poi'tion 73 of 1, 196, acres ; upset price, 80s 'I per acre ; improvements, £55. Portion 7-1 of 1,183 acres ; upset price, 30s per acre; improvements, £C9.- ' „ Portion 75 of 1,0GG acres ; upset price, 30s per acre ; improvements, £38. The nbove are to' be made available for homestead selection on 3rd November.

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SPANISH TROOPS LEAVE CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

SPANISH TROOPS 'LEAVE- CUBA.' Tin exodus of the Spanish - troops wliicb1-' surrendered at Santiago on condition that they were sent back; to Spain, has already commenced. ' It was announced that the Spanish prisoners would bo sent homo in neutral vessels, but a Spanish transport is now shipping a number of the prisoners at Santiago. ' '

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