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What is Influenza? [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Wlisat fis. . Influenza, a cnmplnint exceedingly com mon at this time of the year, is not generally understood by the greater part of those .who suffer from it. lt is in reality nn aggravated form of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of the whole system. Ordinary colds, it is well known, are caused by con gestion of the blood, which as-a rulo, is most prominent, in tho head or throat. Influenza can be traced to the same cause, and trrmni. i laror insufficient liver action is in most cases responsible for both.' When the liver, through any derangement of the digestive' organism, ceases to act in the proper manner, 'a certain amount of- bile finds its way into ,t ho blood,' and'nt tqe same time the blood created from food consumed is of a decidedly poor quality. In this.mannor.the blood. becomes.congested, the circulation sluggish; !a'nd a cold results. The circulation oE the blood now being much slower, 'than- usual, the entire system is af fected. The nervous organism becomes...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CARLISTS IN SPAIN. LARGE PURCHASE OF ARMS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

THE CARLISTS TN SPAIN. LARGE PURCHASE OF ARMS IN ENGLAND. The rumors of a threatened .Carlist. rismg— in Spain are in some , measure -confirmed by tlio action of a' well-known agent i n England' ? of Don Carlos, the Bourbon pretender to the-: throne. Don Carlos's agent has made Kcavy purchases of military material in Ensrland', having secured, it is said, 20,000 breechload ing rifles and 1,000,000 cartridges. - . - : .

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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RET[?]RNING THANKS. "Clear Hills, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

' Bbtfrnino' Thanks. ? Clear Hills, 1898. I beg to return thanks to my Daysdale friends who, took^uch a keen interest in my welfare'during my. recent sad bereavement. Such words oE feeling gave: mo unbounded pleasure, as, previous to this date, I was unaware that my .town friends would take such nn nmount-of trouble in-my behalf. Before , the, arrival: of the .above epistle 1 selfishly imagined I. was the only-sufferer, but now I- learn there are some at least who can justly connotovwitti me during suetrnn affliction. I hope that your words of con dolence, will indeed prove true,--'.' that the separation will not be of long duration,'!for if . such: were the case. I am afraid you: would be obliged to perform a similar task— that of condouing :with my friends over the loss of 'one', wliOj it appears, has . become endeared to all. .Your- words imply that the trip to Corowa.was a sad one, bu t I can truly inform you that it was: not nearly . so sad as you appear to immagiuo,,but oh, th...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Government Notices. Department of Lauds,.; ?'; ?:!? . f. Sydney, J.Uh Julyjjl898. \y. , A TTKNTTON is invited to Government . _£\. Oazctti.ot the (HI) ? 1 tistnn t ? ccintnin? ng; , ihe notification of the PROPOSED ALTIiR-' ATION OF DESIGN of the VILLAGE of 'LOCKHART. Lithographs showing the proposed; alteration may be inspected at the 'Crown Land Office, Urann, und at the Dc-t partment of 'Lands,. Sydney,. ' J - ,,-j wji. Houston; : . Ba-lOr ' ' ; , Under Secretary. . ' : . . '??? Wapga Wagaa, . , ; 9th August, 1808. TENDERS,, to reach the undersigned not ; ' later than 2:-TII -INST., are invited for , REPAIRS. to. the PROVISIONAL! SCHOOL, | Upper ' Yiihko, two roihfj from Cudnong Railway- Station. Plans nnd -.specifications may be seen, there and. at Public S.cbool,'; \ ?Jerilderie.. : t , ? X.' E. XiAW'FORD ?''I '? - 'District Inspector of Schools. : . 'H ? . . ... .. 5?.' ; IN THE SUPREME: COURT'rOF NEW ? ^ ?' ? SOUTH WALES.; 1 ' PRO BATE 'JURISDICTION. , , In the Estate of . Ma...

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

' SB UN EX EM* SfOTBCBS ^ ? ^7kXgoeman & C0., Auctioneers, Stock, Station & General Commission Agents,. BEERIGAN. Clearing1, Land and Other Sales to Suit Convenience of- Vendors. PROPERTY AND STOCK LISTS O'N APPLICATION. ' Ai'ciKs for ail a M«l-i-rs of Ajrricalraral MacIi«noJ'.T, And Sole District A/enls for the Well-known ? MASSKX-att.ftjJBKffS IBISA-WEBB. A. 'X E- BI7VM2R, 1 (Duplicatis ki-pfc in Stock) and the VICTORY SUED SOWER. Also Asressts for tlic Princinal Wool JBroliers. LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS MADE. INSURANCES EFFECTED ? KJ3W fijOODS ! SEW 43 t ! ' !-- ? m:. rescues-Ess®, -S Practical Wat.clianaker and -J eweller, (? pj JERILDBRIB, . jj- |i| Begs to announce that he has just received a Large and Vitried Assortment of i ? H (7' ??? Wow 0 1' ILjatest WiiSSg'HS. |H - Also a Fresh Stock of JEWELLERY, WATCHES and CHAINS, --n 0 Suitable for tlio Season's I'res- n-s. ... ? ..» ? . M ^ ^ Wedding Rings & Keepers. Best Pebble & all Kinds of Spec...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

In Momoriam. MoPiiee. — Tn loving remembrance- of Flora Anne McPhce, who departed this lifo at Jerilderie on 8th August, 189G, aged 18 years and 7. months. 'Dearest I'tora, how wo miss tlieo ,. None but loving hearts can toll ;- ? ? : Enrth has lost thee, Heaven tins found tliee, ' Dearest Dora faro tliee welj.' — Inserted by her loving Sisters, Rrothers, nnd Parents (Angus nnri M. M'Phee). gcvitdcvic gfvatrt axu .. :. .. : ? ' I'lt.iSA AB» VBjaSXItSKBl PUUI.ISIItiD EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. : FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. :

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Fellow-feeling. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

ffellow-lccliiig', I Trie following epistle, with the reply to it appended,, has been, forwarded to us for publication : — A Lett Bit of Condolence, ? ' Australia, New South Wales, 1898. Dear Friund,— Words. cannot express my sorrow wlien-I loarned:tho sad errand which obliged yoiu to visit, Corowa on Sunday last. I can easily understand the shock which tlie sudden and sorrowful intelligence would cause your affectionate . heart, not to mention the dreadful: separation . irotn one whose presence' had:- become;: so - dear, and 'whose abseneciyoufwill so bitterly--rc,'ret. I ven ture, thereforcji.to:, kindly, accept tlio deep and sincere sympathy-, of one who, from experience, knows the agony of such sudden paitings, and who hopt's^and-trusts it will not be of long duration, nnd that ere long you will united be again. , i If . in my endeavour to sympathise I have ' takcri'too great a liberty. I can only humbly apologise, for my feelings-would not allow: me to remain silent. Hoping you...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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SIGNET TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

; SIGNRT TOBACCO. It is not. too innch to say. that there are hundreds of brands of tobacco, some light some dark, some medium, but the dark and the aromatio ' Signet ' bear away tho palm. -,.' ?. ; The funeral of the late Justice Manning on Wednesday was largely attended by all class's of the community. The funeral ser vice was mojt. imnres^ive', and nmoigBt those present wns the Premier . The Corp oration of Dublin yesterday re. j .cted a motion proposing that a statu.- of Mr. Gladstone be crested in the city. .

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Great Decrease in the Consumption Death Rate. STRIKING FIGURES AT THE QUEEN VICTORIA HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

iiii'eitt in l'«n- tiiiuiiitioii Htcatli JJtutc. STRIKING KtfiaiiUS AT THIS QUEEN ' V1CTOIUA HOME. . . The IIon. Dr; MacLauvin,in.aoconding tho adoption, of tlie report and balance-shect^at the annual' meeting of the committee of - the Queen..- Victoria.-' MopieB for Consumptives fund (say? the ? Mooning News,- of June 28th) gave somu interesting statistics, with regard to. the number of deathsjin- this colony from that-: dread disuasoj. consumption. He -said - that up to ton years ago the number of deaths ill N.3.W. from consumption had been increas ing considerably. In 1885 there were 1095 duath.-i due to this cansc;- .Pop tho .years, buforo s 1885 'consumption, had been- incr-!asiti2 much more'rapidly, tlianrthe population, while now i although the population has increased 50 p i; r .- oenb--tho number .ot deaths was very much l-lessi ' In 1885 . there ' wore 271 deatlis.'.of | young children from consumption. ? -?»» I „-.Thu decrease in deaths -from this- disorder liasi' attract...

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

««t. T«mr W»tac«? ? ? . A .notice means a great deal. ? ' It all depends on tlic.nolicc. There are many kiiv.ls. . i This one is serious. It's nature's notice. A warning nolo of trouble. Nnslect it. not, delay is danseroii'. Where dors it come 1 Tn the ba '.It. Why dries it Rome ? Because I lie kidney's arc sielc. 'ITow does it come. 7 Willi aches and pains. .Backache, lame back, and weak back are notices. '. ? Nol ices of kidney trouble. . ' Notices to lake Doau's -.'Backache Kidney pills. . ' ? '; ???Don't take them wrondv. There arc many kidney remcdier, but only one cure. Other kidney pills, butsonly one DOAN.'S. TTereVa mnn wIio knows. i 51 r. Jneob Sclinefer. 22 ? W; Einlitli 'St , IVitrsmoutli. 0.. says : ?'M-'have. every rensnn to know that in Unnn's Backache kidnnv ?Villa Ihe proprietors have a medicine wliie'r is well worthv of every coriiVlcnee.- A- n remedy for pnin in the back, I can speak personally ot the t'nnd dime. There never was a time when I could. sav- T did -no...

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Tocumwal. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Tocumwal. August 10. 1 he weather has been tlie siil.j 'ct of much tnlk lately, being so changeable ns not to be deuended u:ion. Perhaps in the morning it will be el'-ar., and bright and, then before midday people out -tiib-v etc., to catch the rain, but as soon as the weather gets a s'glit. of tlie tubs it- doesn't, rain, tint gets black nnd cloud v and remains so. Kveryon i was so surprised that we had such a lovely day for the annual racos on the 3rd inst. For some time before it had been miserable, but race day was just partner, and when speaking of any ovent which hnnpened on a fine day we would say to describe the day ns wo would wish that ' it was like race day.' The river is very high, and several trips have been made by stenmers lately. The chief topic of conversation at pres nt is the forthcoming ball on the 28th inslanl, which gives promise of boing a brilliant SUCCCSS. .???.: ? - ? ,- A number of ladies entertained . Mrs. Dr. Davies at a tea social a few afternoons prior...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Urana. August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

/ DISTRICT NEWS.' ' 'ifFnoMi'Ouit Own Coriiespondents.] , , ? 1* { Drnna.'' Angusl 9. . The weather during' the past few days has been cold and stormy, and there is no:sign of a .change. : The lookout for- -our: settlors -i is bad indeed. : ' -?-.: ' ? -Sometime ago Mm Committee of ourlocal School of Arts callcd for applications for, r persons willing to undertake .the combined 'duties, of librarinn aud caretaker of the liall'. I At a ineeting held on Monday evening it :i was decidcd not to niake an appointment', I 'and it, was arranged that the members of the i committee sliou'd by turn undertake 'the I duties;- This is a very wise step, and it.is to i be hoped that all the committeemen will take .tlieir share in the work and not leave everything to one or two. as is usually the case, wlicre ^honora'ry work is c'oncerned. There wore two applications for the position, but they were not entertained. A meeting, of the- provisional diicclors of the proposed Four-milling Company was .he...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Land Ballot at Urana. URANA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

liiuiil1 Itallut at UTrnria. (By Wir.:) Urana. Thursdnv. The forfeited selection of ?!. . I. Curtain, on South Corn?, to-day had II applications in for it. There wns no -unusual excitement, although each and all ot the applicants ap peared anxious to draw tho block. . It might be stated that this block had bcon ballbttcd for last Juno twelve months.'' At' th.it time there were seventy or eighty/in for it, wheit 'Curtin drew it. It was predicted nt the time that the resnlt would turn 6ut:ris:it lias done, ns tha fellow apparently was: well known, as one who cared little for tlio land, and wa=, as after events proved not one who would make a practical fnrmcr. Tho result of tha ballot to-day was as fo'Iows : — . ' John Finlny ? ... 1 William David Davis ? 2 Ilorgaii ... ... ... ... 3 For portion 01, parish Pxitherwah, thero were seven applicants. The result was ns follows : — ' .... Walt-r M'Geoch ... ...' ... 1 E l.vard J.-nkins .„ ...- ? ... 2 ;Artli-.ir Williams ? 3 , Everything pis...

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INSURGENTS AND AMERICANS. GUERILLA WARFARE THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

INSURGE NTS AND AMERICANS. ° . GUERILLA WARFARE TIIREATENE D. ; Notwithstanding the efforts, '. lniidc some what, tardily, by Genernl Shafter at the direc tion oE tli n Ariwrip;ni Govwninent, to concili ate Gon-nal Garcia, leader of the insurgents in Eastern; Cuba, the latter remains sullen, and is assuming an unfriendly attitude/; . Tho insurgents were: ..bitterly disappointed when the Americans prohibited tlio looting [ of Santiago, and their leaders were doubly angry when Gener.il Shafter took full con trol of the surrendered province of Eastern Cuba, allowing no authority whatever to tlie ? insurgents, but they still continued to draw military rations from the American commis sariat. Now, however, the special correspon dent of the ' New York World reports that General Garcia'and the 1200 troops remain ing with him have stopped drawing their rations, and .that they are expected to join forces with General Gomez, the second in surgent loader, who has threatened to wage a guerilla ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From Our Ow,n.' Correspondent.) , SYDNEY, Piiiday. . Wlioatf'. vto-day ' is ^unaltered',' Wand is quoted at 3s 5d to^Ss Gd. ' v At'PIemington;yestor(day prjme mor . ino wotliersibrouglit-;tO' lls.v6cl; oxtra ..; prime, to 13~s;:'goocl^8s^to'9s; raedinitiri , to: 7s. . - Bullocks— prime,\ £6 ; cxtrajli £7 7s; ;Woight,yi';-£'13' to &\T 10s ; good, £44'10s to £5'10s f 'me'dium, £3 T ?. ?- . ? ????? ? * ? I ? i. ffThe. Premier, visited ?: Annandale.Jast' ? night.- Th6rbr,'.wasi,i:a'';lafge-fgatheringi During hisj speech lie said ''he assured those present,1 'and; the „wh'olG of the country, -that. no. membe'f.iofi'.Parliament had. approached; ;him'=:cithcr idirectly or ; indirectly in: connection with tlie vacant positions in tho Ministry. *;K ' - lvlm practicalsFwork of Parliament: ? comracnceionsiVVednesday next; Mrj Wariti jiasJdefinitcIy. stated he,:is. not going, up ior the.-, Attorney-General-: ship. ' ; 1 ' ;'?' An attempt'; ...

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

to SDin YOU EVER SEE A SNOWSTORM [ IN SUMMER? We never did ^liut we have seen the clothingat this time of tho year so covered with dandruff that it looked as if it had boon out in a regular snowstorm. i need of this snowstorm. N s cummer sun would melt tho luunig anow, so will Ager's lair vigor melt these flakes of dandruff in the scalp. ? ; . It goes further than this : it prevents their formation. -/ It has still other properties : it will restore color to gray hair in just ton. out of every ? .ten cases.; f;v.;' ?. ? :. t . And it does even inoro ': it feeds and nour ishes the roots of tho hair. Thin hair be-, conies thick hair; and short hair becomes long hair. ~ - prepared by Or. J, Ci Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S; A.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 12 August 1898

Now that the Spnnish-Aniei'ican war is practically over, tlio nnoxpcctod question arises, Wliat is to become of Cuba ? A clause in the American peace negotia tions stipulates that all Spanish troops must be withdrawn at once from the island, and the Cubans allowed to form a Republic. The American Army is to b'o withdrawn forthwith also, owing to tlio prescnco in their ranks of malarial fever, which will, if not cheeked,; cause greater ravages among them than the arms of the enemy. We have been already informed that much ill-feeling exists between the local insurgent troops and the United States Officers,: owing to the latter disallowing the : pillaging of Santiago on its fall, and then re straining; other forms of barbarous cruelty which the savage Cubans desired to commit. The immediate result of this dual evacnation, therefore, will be that the island will be left to the san guinary mercies of the hot-blooded in. surgents, who have already suffered so much at the hands of their fo...

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PONIES. section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898

PONIES. , Section 34 — Best Pony Stallion under 14 hnnds, over 2 years. ''First prize, £1 Is.' 35 — Best Pony Mare under 14 hands. First prize, £1 Is ; second, cer tificate. 3G — Best Pony under 14 hands, to be ridden on the ground. First prize, £2 -2s; second, £1 Is; third, certificate. ? ' ! 37 — Best Pony 1 3 hands or under, to be .ridden on tho ground.. First prize, £1 Is; second, certificate. 38 — Best Pair Buggy Ponies under 14 hands. First prize, £2 2s; second, certificate. 39 — Best Turn-out, consisting ofv Pair of Ponies under 14 hands, Buggy and Harness, tho property of ex hibitor for at lenst three months prior to show. First prize, Case of Wim:, the gift of Ii. F. Lowe, Esq. ' , .' 40 — Single Pony in, Harness, -under 1-J hands. First prize,' £2 2s; second, £1 Is; 'third, certificate; .-. , '? 41 — Best Jumping Pony under ld'l hands;, for. ponies that1 have never won a jumping prize. First prize, . £2 2s; second. £1 Is! ', . ' ' 42— ;Best .'Jumping ' Pony under 14 ''hand...

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Buggy Horses. Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898

Buggy Horses. Section 29 — Pair Buggy Horses. First pVize, £2 2s ; second, certificate. SO — Single Hoise, driven in harness. First prize, ,£2 2s ; second, £1 Is; third, certificate. .. ,? ' 31 — Best Pair Buggy Horses under 15 and over 14 hands. First prizo, £lis. ;.' - ; .';- ,;i 32 — Best Tandem! Team, to be driven'oh tho ground. ^First prizo, £1 Is. ' 33 — Best Spring-'chrt Horso or Mare, to be driven on tho ground. First prize, £1 Is. . (r ' . ?

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Hunters. Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898

Hunters. Section. 2u — Best Sound Hunter, lo''carry not less than 12 stone, over such fences as the Committee may direct. First prize, £5 5s; second, £2 2s; third, £1 Is. 2G — Best Sound Hunter, to1 carry not less than 10 stone over such fences as the Committee may direct. Open to all horses that have never won a jnmping prize on any show ground. First prizo,' £2 2s ; second, £1 Is, 27— *Best Jumper over hurdles, 9 stone up. First prize, £G ; second, £2 ; ' third, £1. 2S — Best Juniper over hurdles. For ho_rses that have never won a jumping contest of any kind. First prize, £5 ; second, £1. ? Note. — Rid'rs in this clnss^mnsb nppcnr in hunting or jockey costume'. Entries in Sections 25,' 27, and 23 must be accompanied by 5s for each separate entry. , ;

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