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EDUCATIONAL. Educational and Sewing. Open to children under 15 years of age. Entrance Free. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
EDUCATIONAL. ' Educational and Setting. . Open to children under 15 years of age. Entrance Free. 95 — Writing Book of Plain Penman ship, hot less than 12 pages. First prize, 10s ; second, 5s; (both ' the gift of Mrs. B. Culley). . 9G — Mapping Outline of Spain, show ing principal towns and rivers.' _? First prize, 5s; second,' 2s Gd. 97lT-Pair of. Knitted Socks. First ? I-1 -prize,' 5s ; second, 2s Gd. ? 98 — Collection of Fancy Work. First prize, 10s ; second, 5s. 99— Penmanship, of Old English Text, 'Anglo-American Alliance.' First prize, 10s ; second, os. 100 — Drawing a Landscape, shaded pencil or chalks, from copy. First prize, 10s. 10] —Needlework, a White Shirt. First , prize, 5s; second, 2s 6d. 102— Specimen of Darning. First prize 5s; second, 2s Gd. 103— Set of 12 Button Holes. First prize, 5s ; second, 2s Gd. 104— Collection of Woolwork. .First prize, 5s; second, 2s 6d. 105— Sampler, plain and fancy stitches. First prize 5s, tho gift of' Mrs. Carmody. Open to Children' und...
Savernake. Aug. 18th [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
' ' Savernalie. Aucr..I8th ? ', . I have very little news to communicate from this quarter since my last to you. By. thc-by, that last raised a hornet's nest, but luckily for me, it attacked another party.' - Rain is very badly wanted to' fill, up our dnms, as we are getting put to some straits -for water just now. It is the worse season we liavn had for years. The Lnnd Board Sitting at Muhrala has drawn a fair number to it from around here. If I can get results, will forward same later on. ' . , . . ? Last Saturday our football team played a match' against Bull Plain and Ringwood combined. ?? We got a boating'C 'goals to nil. I, won't enter in'.o details, they. are too pain .ful. We were over-matched from the start; but hope to return the compliment in a fort; night '-at the Uurrnga Hotel. We'll' shout liberally for them first. - - : The school is progressing most satisfac torily. ,. Your scribe is spoken of ns being appointed a member of tho Board, if so, I shall eirleavor to carr...
MACHINERY. Implements, Vehicles, Etc. Entrance Fee: 2s 6d. Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
^MACHINERY. Implements, Vehicles, Etc. Entrance Fee: 2s Gd. Section 141 — Stripper nnd Winnower, First ' 'prize; £1 Is. 142 — Three-furrow Plough. Firet ' prize, 1 0s. 143 — Double -furrow Plough. First prize, 10s. 144— Sot of Harrows. First prizo, 10s. 145 — Cultivator. First prizo, 10s. 146 — Reaper and Binder. First prize, . .£1 Is. ]47' — Best Collection Implements, not i less than 3 kinds. First prize, £1 Is. l'J8— Bc3t Sulkcy. First prize, £\ Is, 149— Best Collection of Vehicles',.' not loss than 3 kinds. First prize, £1 Is.
DOGS. Entrance Fee: 1s. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
Doas. Entrance Fee : Is. 134 — Fox Terrier Dog or Slut. First prize, 5s. 135 — Kangaroo Dog or Slut. First ? ? prize, 5s, 13G— Retriever Dog or Slut. First ? prize, -5s. . - 137 — Greyhound Dog or Slut. First '? 'prize, Ds. 13S_Bost Bred Sheep Dog or Slut. First prize, 10s ; second, 5s. 139 — Cocker Spaniel Dog or Sin I. First prize, 5s. 1'46 — Best Working Sheep Dog. .Trial * to take place on afternoon of Wod ''ncsday, 12th''Octobcr. First prize, ' £2 2s; second, £1 Is.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
LATEST . IHTBLLIGEITOE/ [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From Our Own Correspondent.) 5 ' ' 'SYDNEY,- Friday. Wheat is quo'ted to-day 'at' 3s. -Id. - Flour is unaltered.' - ? ',?,';. At Homcbush yesterday primp merino wethers brought to 11s. Gd., extra prime~ to 15s. 5d. ; good, to us.; shorn, (is. to 7s. 8d.; medium, (is. to'7s. Bullocks : Viime,- £2 las; good, to'£5 10s.; medium, to £3 10s. In Parliament last night the debate on the. Address''in Heply was continued. Messrs. Ewing.'Co[ieland, and several cithers spoke, ivltnn Hit* 'iVnbfltn wnq nrlinnvnrvl. nnfil Tn/-^. day. _ The proeco lings at. tim s were rowdy, nnd marred by bitter personal attackson Mr. Eeid by Mr, firick. At- one time ? a .i warm . passage at arm's ensued! , . ..'??.- Mr. SI 'Court was elected Chairman of Committee's. ? .... It is reported that Patrick White who es caped from Albury gaol hasbcen arrested at Coolamon. ' ' . .. It; was currently stated yesterday ? that Gregory Walker, Q.C.. was' to be offerei the iJud...
MANILA BOMBARDED. SURRENDER TO AMERICA. LONDON, AUG. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
MANILA.' BOMBARDED. ''?,.? ' SURMNDEri TO AMERICA. '.' ''. 'l'^ . : 'LONDON. ATJG. 16 ' A telegram' from TTo'nir Kong states that General Augusti, the Governor-General of the Philippine Islands, is 'returning to Mnd riri, and has arrived ifHong Kong on board n Gorman war-ship. , It is reuorted at New' York that. Manila has'fallen.' . Later telegrams , state that the Unite I States stjiiadrori,'. '.under Admiral Dewey, bombarded Manila on Saturday- mst, and that the city 'surrended to_ the Amerii-an --onimander. - Governor-General ' A'uptisti Hed from Mnniln, and tobk'refugo'on board a' German stenm-launch. : . Marshal Blanco,' the Governor-General .'of Cuba, nnd commander of the Spanish forces in Ffnvnn'a, lias forwarded his resignation to the Government nt;Mndrid, as he is. not de sirous of snperintoriding ' the evacuation 'of1 Culm by Spain,1: ? ? \ ?'.-.?/ The publication of the terms of peace be tween Spain and the United States has not been followed, aq wns feared, by disturb u...
DISTRICT NEWS. Daysdale. August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. I'Fiioji Our Ov.w Cori!ii3i»oxdents.] ,, ?'. .flJ-8»j's«li»He. August 13. ?' A most successful ball was held in the Mechanics' Institute laat Friday night, about forty-live couples being present, and dnneing wns carried on with vigour until daylight tn tho , accompaniment of' capital ' music, rendered by Messrs. Salmon,- of nurryjna ' /*«in*fi/i'1 ntifl 't/tr»lin*\ ..' '-ATti ?' CX' '.' T 5'.'._rrtli'»ief i\r\ acted as secretary to the affair, and had tho satisfaction' of seeing .his - efforts well re warded. The supper, which was of an 'ex- cellent character, was provided by (his Indus ofthe township, to whom the prnmntnrs'nnd public generally nto greatly indebtad for the energy and skill displayed in bringing the ? ball to a EUCRCFsful issue. Needless to say,1 the tempting viands were Z'.'alously attacked1. at midnight. Special mentiviti may be made of Mesdnmi'R Millar and Norman,' who waited upon the tiibles with unflngginR ardour. ?Many beautiful costumes were wor...
The Yanko Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
'Slid irasgkcft Csjff'jsg-. We are in receipt of thn following repnrt fiom tho Go'viTimont- Caretaker nt tin* Ynnko Creek Cutling.'from the, Miirnimbirl- cep showing the. depth of flow of water from tho river inloij hf Ynnko since the fiist of the month. It'\vi\l also be secn'Trom the report that nrranffements have been' made for the weekly report tn be nnhlishcd of tho Rung1 rending? which will bp of interest (o. many of our renders who nr» depending on'- the creeks for their'- water .supplies. The follo\ving.iB;thc report-:- — _ ... . ' 'To tlio Kiiitor Jarifrtsr\o Hkr.vi.d, ' Sir,— In accordance with instructions I licrcwilli forivnnl yon pnutro leadlnirs'of^tlip oreck from tlio 1st of tliiii month.' ami-Mill forv'vanl them n'cokly from now. All Kftutfo re.-)(lln^'8.aro'.taken aL. 0 a.m. daily, \iukss snGclnlly mentioned. , It must be taken into account tn.il thorc'W'fibbiit 11 inches of silfc. included in this liolirlit :— Momlny.'. 1st August. 2ft. 8l!n. ; Tuesday, 2ml, 3ft. . ...
HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA 492. Land District of Urana. County Urana, Parish Gunambil. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
HOMESTEAD SELECTION'AREA 492;'- ? Lnnd District ot Urana. County CJrana, Parish- Gunambil. Porjion 73 of 1,106 acres; annual renC, £22 8s 01 ; survey roe.' £l0'134 91 ; fuucih'. £o ; lincin;?, £'-0. About 750 acres tim bered will) box oak and pine. Portion 71 of '1,183 ncres ;? Minimi' rent, £22 3s 81 ; survey f'O, £10 13s 0.1 ; fencing, £10 ; ringing. '£50., About 0.-)0 acres oC thick forest country, box and oak, patches of pine scrub. Portion 75 of 1 ,000 ncros ; annual rant, £19 19s lOd ; survey fee, £10 2, 0.1 ; ringing, £25 ; fencinc. £1.'J. 710 ncivs, thick box forest, oak and yatrnn. Open on and after loth September next. Within from 13 to 18 miles o£ Urana. ?
LAND NOTES. Gazette, 30th July. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. Land District of Urana. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
?XA.W» WOl'S3§f. Gazette, i)Oth July. REVOCATION OF TEMPO RARY UESEUVES. , ' ' ' Land District of Urana. ' ' ' .Part of W.H. 328 of 255 acres, county 1 Hume parish Gibson. . I ? -W.B.-930 o£ 3,200 ncrcs, county Orana, .1 parish. Hastings. ,' - * , . C.R. !)53'of 215' acres, parish Hastings, - county tJrnna.' ',- ? ' ? . T.S.It. 007 of 1.030 acres, parish North . Gunnmbil, county Urann. Parl of \V:U?3,G10A of 1,139 acres, parish' North Gunambil, county (Jrana. ?' Revo-ation of area notified ns not avail*- ' j able till after survey. ? The lands ns notified j on 7th April, .1897, within leasehold area of , 1 Gunambil holding,
AMERICA AND SPAIN. THE LAST SHOT. SPAIN'S LOSS OF EMPIRE. LONDON, AUG. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
AMERICA AND SPAIN.' ? THE LAST SHOT. SPAIN'S LOSS OF MM l'l RE, - * - \ -.LONDON, Auo. 15.' On Snl'uidny morning severnl shols,.were fired from Morro Castl'f; at- Havana, at the ? cruiser Snn Francisco.' the flnpshio 'f Ooin modore John, A. IIowuli;'' One shot/hit t lie vtssi'l/ Which ;didv not ret urn :-^ the1 fire. Commoilofe 'tfo'weil- 'thsn sent a flagubf truce lo the foil, and informed the Spanish commandiir'lliat pence had' been 'concluded between Spain and tho.Uuited States. ' . ; -'-' One Sp'inish newspaper estimates that Spain will lose 123.H8. square kilom-tres of territory and ? nuarly 2.500,000 inlmb\tants, without reckoning the Philippines. ,Th.i Ami'riciui fovee', nmler Lient.-Ciilom'l Theodore Scli'wan, which a few, days ;ngo re pulsed a largo' ho-'y of fpnnis'.i troops near Mavayiii'Z, aVsonp:nt' on the, wist-coast of l'uerlo Hicoy72'milrs from San Juan, 'the Cnpital, has occnpi(jH the town.. No opposi tion waB offered,1 thevSpanish gnmson hav inp; witli'drnwn: .'..!...
CATTLE. Shorthorns. Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
'/?;;,; cattle. . ,-?? .'.'.Shorthorns. .. Section'' ' , ? 4'3— Bulli 3 years or over. First. prize,1 ; '? £1, Is ;' second, certificate. ' 44-f-Biillj under 3 j'ears. First .prize, ? '.-.' £1 Is ; second, certificate. '45— ^Cow, 3 years or over. First prize, '\ £lkls; second, certificate. - - 46 — Heifer, 2 years. First prize. £1 Is'; second, .certificate. ? , 47— Best' Fat' Bullock' in the yard, £1 Is. ' ' '.' 48 — Best Cow in tho yard! £1 Is. CHAMPION PHIZES. Champion Bull in tho yard. Certificate Champion Cow in the yard. Certificate
Mulwala Land Board. Before Messrs. F. W. Watt (chairman), Piggin and Bray. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
SXulivala X/.mtl Board, Before Messrs.- 1-\ W. Watt (uhafrnmO, l'iggin and Bray. The Land Board held a sitting at Mnlwala , on Friday and Saturday last, when the fol lowing cases were heard : — Applications for Additional Conditional. Purchases. John ?Peterson, confirmed.; Jame? Fuller, continued ; A. Parks-Smith, confirmed ; Jas. Fortune, refused ; Michael Nolan, refused ; C R. Savage, confirmed ; Thos.- Kildca, re fused ; Ann Carey, refused ; James Ramsay, postponed'; M\ J. Xcaglc, confirmed. Consideration,, of Jlomcslea'cl Selection,— ?- M. Sullivan,' confirmed. ? Consideration of improvements on home— - stead selection'. — John Looney, reduced to £17. Consideration' of homestead selection. — James Preslon,-eonfirmcd ; Peter ,'Pearce, re fused ; Alex. '??M'Fai'land, refused ; Richard ? Topping, refused ; Mary A. Cross, ref.irfcd ; ' - Henry Cook, refused ; Joe Smith, refused. ? Saturday, August 13. Consideration of Improvements. — W. J. Knisht, valued at £53 l-'-s. Application to...
PRODUCE. Farm and Dairy Produce [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
PE0DUCE. Farm and Dairy Produce. Entrance Fees : Sections 50, 51, 52, and 53, 2s Gd; 54 to 68 inclusive, Is. Section ? -, ? ? 50 — Best Collection of Farm Produce! Handsome Cup presented by Las setter & Co, Sydney. 51 — Best 4 Bushels Wheat; exhibitor to be, producer. First prize, £3 3s;. second, £1. .Three competi tors or no award. 52 — Best Bag of Oats ; exhibitor to be producer., First prize, £l-ls; second, Certificate. .Three, com petitors, or no award. 53— Best 31bs Butter. Exhibit must be in plain pats without any dis tinguishing marks. First prizo, Silver Teapot, the gift of Messrs. Tucker & Co, Merchants, Sydney ; second, £1 Is.- lib of each ex hibit to become the property of the Societv. ' 54 — Flitch of Bacon, exhibit of curer. First prize, 10s. ,' ' ' 55 — Two Hams,' exhibit of curer. First prize, 10s. . , . 56— Bag of Oaten Chaff. First prize, 10s; second, 5s. ' -. . ' . 57— Bag of Wlieaten Chaff. First prize, 10s; second, 5s. - '? -' 58 — Dozen Hen Eggs....
FINE ARTS. Entrance Fee: 1s. Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
FINE AETS. ? Entrance Fee : Is. Section 90— Best Oil . Pninting -Panel from Nature. First prize, 10s Gd, the gift of Mr. P. B. Smith, Esq. 91 — Best Oil Painting— a Landscape from Nature. Tlie work of cxhibi ' tor,' who must be; an amateur. First prize, £L Is, the gift of V. Brown,' Esq . 92— Best Oil Painting, 10s 6d| the gift r of P. B. Smith, Esq. .93 — Best' Painting Water. Colors from ? ? Nature. First prize 10s Gd.' 94— Best Collection of Oil Paintings. First prize/ 10s Gd. Notk. — All. exhibits in this class must be work or make of exhibitor, and not shown at any exhibition of the Society, nnd must bo in the allotttd place by noon on Wednesday, lUlli October.
MISCELLANEOUS. Entrance Fee: 1s, Section [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 19 August 1898
MISCELLANEOUS.' ' Entrance Fee : Is, Section 69 — Loaf of Homc-mada Bread. First ' prize, 15s; second, 5s, (Open. to women only) 70 — Home-made Scones. First prize, 10s; second, Certificate (Open to women only) 71 — Best Pound Cake. ' First prize, 5s 72 — Best Sponge Cake. First prizo, 5s 73— Pickles and Sauces, not less than three kinds ; mnst bo made by woman for home use only. First prize, 5s; second, 2s 6d 74 — Best Six Specimens of Jams ; must be mad o by woman for. home use : only. First prize, 10s 75— Best Pot Melon Jam. First prize, 5s 76— Best Pot of Fig Jam. First prize, 5s . j 77 — Best Pot of Apricot Jam. First prize, 5s '? 78— Best Pot of Apple Jelly. First prize, 5s 79— Best Pot of Quince Jelly. First prize, 5s 80 — Best Jar of Tomato Chutney. First prize, 5s 81 — Best Plum Pudding, about 21b. First prizo, 5s 82 — Best variety homemade Sweets. First prize, 5s 83 — Plain Machine Work, not less than three articles, 10s 84 — Best made and prettiest Child's Frock, made by ...
MISCELLANEOUS. Entrance Fee: 1s. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 26 August 1898
MISCELLANEOUS. Entrance Pee : Is. Section 69— -Loaf of Home-made Bread. First prize, 15s; second, : 5s. (Opeii to women only) 70 — Home-made Scones. First prize, 10s; second, Certificate. (Open to women only) ? ' 71 — Best Pound Cake. ; First prize, 5s 72— -Best Sponge Cake. First prize, 5s 73 — Best Collection of .- home-made Cakes. * First prizo, 10s Gd. 74 — Pickles and Sauces, not less than three kinds ; mnst bo ?? made by woman for home use only. First prize, 5s ; second, 2s 6d 75 — Best Six Specimens of Jams; must bo made by woman for homo use only. First prize, 10s 76 — Best Pot Melon Jam. First prize, 5s 77 — Best Pot of Apple Jelly. First prize, 5s 78 — -Best Pot of: Quince' Jelly. First prize, 5s 79— Best Jar of Tomato Chutney. First prize, 5s 80— Best Plum Pudding, about 21b. First prize, 5s 81 — Best variety home-made Sweets. First prize, 5s 82 — Plain Machine Work, not less tlian threo articles, 10s 83— -Best made and prettiest Child's Frock, made by amateur. First priz...
Garden Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 26 August 1898
Garden Produce. I Prizes in each Section ; First prize, 5s ; Second, Certificate. Entrance Fee : Is. Section ' ' 61- — Two Cauliflowers. G2 — Two Cabbages. -, 63 — Two Bunches Carrots. 64 — Two Bunches Turnips. 65— Two Bunches Parsnips. 6G — Dish of Peas. ! 67 — Dish of Beans. . 68— 281b Potatoes. Note — All exhibits in the above class to be grown by exhibitor, and to be in their allotted places by noon on Wednesday, 12th Octobcr.