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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
JiSiS« 9Bc»hs Ajrain.-! .» -::j. . . Vic.toi'ious. ? AN ADELAIDE LADY SPEAKS IN HIGH I . PRAISE .OF TIIEM.,, . . .. .. . ... CORED OF LOSS OF ArJETITE ? - .AND IRRITABILITY. ' ? Mrs; MnrwiretiNfl^om who lives in Phillip ! Street, Wolseley, (near Croydon Railway Stalii.n), Adelaide, is one oE tlie latest benc ficiarli-s through the curative properties- of.' l Bile Beansfor Biliousness. . . Hearing , ot the tcuro.la reportei; from the ' Adelaide Adver r tiser ' went to.Croydon on Friday riEternoon i to inquire- personally -into- the case. Mrs. Nelson at once expressed perfect willing-, ncss to tell lier. st~ryv o£' sutrering.- which continued for'l3 lon;'and wenry years, until , arrested by the. use- of only, three boxes of llie boon to thousands in Australia — rCile Beans,' . ? ???„' v': ' Tell me.' said : the reporter, the facts connectcd with your illness.' ' Certainly.' said Mrs. Neilson, I will do, so willi pleasure. , Pile Beans have wrought a wonderful, chunse in 'me. Thirteen ...
Surrender of the Dervish Army. PURSUIT OF THE KHALIFA. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
S«is'feasa3o'. «J' «3-e J3P«rvjf«Ja I ? : . Army. ? PURSUIT OF THE . KHALIFA, I, ' LONDON, Senlember 0. -- The liitcst reports from* the Soudan .are - to the'ix'ffeety hat tlic whole oE the. Dervish army|surrc-'ndered to Sir Hcrbert:Citehoaer:i after, the taking of Omdnrman. - ' .i ? The Sirdar's cavalry pursued the Khalifa, i after the escape from the 'city, for a distnnee of.30 n:ilc8.'' The cliasu had then been aban- j doncd, owing to the horses becoming exlinus- ,i ted;' ??? ? A body . oE Arabs, mounted on camels is -now engaged in the pursuit oE' the defeated deader oE tho Dervishes. j' AEter possession had been taken of Om durman, Sir Herbert Kilehener proceedud to the abandoned city oE Khartoum. ; An impressive thanksgiving service was held on the steps of the palace occupied by Geneial Gordon before the' ruthless ven geance of the Dervishes compnssed his death. ? AEterwards the Eayplian flair was hoisted and sainted by the Sirdar and his troops.:Tlia 'British ; Nationnl Anth...
HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA 409. Government Gazelle, 31st August. Land District of Urana. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
HOMESTE AD ' SELECT I ON AREA 499. Government Gazelle, 31st August. - i. Land District of; Urana.. - AVithin Yanko Holding, -County ;Urana,; ? Parish Thurrowa. . Portion 20 of 529 neres ; annual- rent, £13 4s Gil ; survey fee j £7 Gs 3d ; improvements, | Euieinj £00 10= I Portion 21 oE 434 acres ; annual rent, £10 17s ; survey: fee,- £0 15-s |7 improvements, fencing £122 7s. i' ? : ; .v.. -.???. ? Portion 70 of 740 acres ; annual rent, £13 17s 61 ; survey fee, £8 10s 9.1 ; improve ments, Eencing £23.' Portion 63 of_933 acres ; annual rent, £17 9s 10-1 i survey fee, £9 9s Od ; improve ments, fencing £27 0#, tank £21 13s 4d. Portion G4 of 1,003 acres; annual rent, £18 10s 2d ;; survey fee, £9 17s ; improvc m- nts, tank £00 10s. ' Portion 40 oE 807 acres ; annual rent, £15-: 2s 8d ; survey fee,. £S 1 Ss 3-i ; improve-.. mt-ntprfencing £23 S-i 9d, tank £00. ? Portir.n 32 of 795 acres ; annual rent, £14 18s 2J ; survey fee, £S lGs 3d ; improve ments, fencing £04 17s 0.1. Portion 107 of 7...
LAND NOTES. Government Gazelle, 27th August. SPECIAL AREAS PROCLAIMED. County Wynyard, Parish Tarcutta. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
JSCS 'if 33 3. '.. .ii. iV ' rfi.l i ' i ? Government Gazelle, 27th August. ? SPECIAL. AREAS PROCLAIMED. County Wynyard, Parish Tarcuttn. Portion 08 of 1H3 acres, ; at £2 per acre.; i deposit, 4s improvements, £10 10s. ' Portion ('? 7 oE 300 acres, at. 30s per acre j I deposit, 3s ; improvements, £1S lGs Gd. ' I Parish Borambola. Portion .G3.of.161 .acres, at 30s ..per. acre . deposit, 3s ; improvements, £1 lis. . Portion ill of' 621- acres, at 30s psr acre-; deposit, 3s : iinprovements,-£ll. -: ? Portions i)o and 00 of -1S7J acres, at 30s per acre ; deposit, »3s ; improvements,; £25 19s. Portion 87 of 117 acres, nt 30s per acre j deposit, 3s ; ' itn j rjv'emenls, £L 18s. Parish Corcinbob. Portion 51 of 315-} acres, at 3ns per nerc ; -deposit, 3s Od ; improvements, £n2 l is 8.1. , -- ' Th'e above are within Borambola Holding' on Tarcntta Craek. 23 miles from Wagga and will be available on and after 1st Sep tcmber. 189S. It is fair agricultural land open/ Eorest : country,' timbered ...
Upper Yanko. September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
Vltpei'Yaiilio. September (!. Perhaps, Mr. Editor, von think that wo are having a bad time of it in this district, since you have; not. received any news for nearly a month ; but no,, that's not. so at all. We're just beginning to realise that Spline is up-in us and with it a welcome fall of rain of about an inch nnd- a half* which, ncedh ss to say, will prove (or has proven) a great boon , to all land owners. Crons hnve sprung up nicely during the' last two weeks and most farmers can now depend on reap ing a fair crop if we only have another fall of half an inch next month. ' Before the, recent rains some local sheep owners had made up their minds to sell nil their sheep, but I think they've given over that idea now. The average percentage of lambs for this district was something near 40 — 'a big one compared with other yeara isn't it ?' ' - ? .-;r. All the principal sheds in this loralitv'aro in full swing shearing, viz. : Guree, Wi l giewn, Yarrabcc, Coonong. Sandside and others,...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ? ? ? «$-. ? ? ? — tUX ELECTIUC TELE3RAPII.] fFKOM OUK.OIVN COnUESfrOSDRKT.') , ' Sydney, Fmiay. In tlic markets -to-day wheat, -was quoted ilt 3s ld'to' 3s]2rt for'primo,'.,: iE'lour was un - altered; with little tendency, to purchase. ? At F I om i ng ton yesterday^- .prime merino wethers brought'' to' 12s ; 'extra, to Hs lld ; si low up to 20s ; good, fts to' 10s ; medium, 7s to 8s.». i:Primo ???bullocks, ibrought ...from £7 to £8 SiS ;' good/£o'1to £0 ; milium, £1 .ami ? upwanis. - ??? ??*; „ '????, ??lii'thc Legislative Assembly; last night Mr Lync made a -lengthy; speech 'in support of liis amendments on- the Federal,. resolutions.. He charged -tlie _ Premier with trying^ to, shirk, his'rcsponsibiliry, by throwing it 'upon thc'shoulderi ofithe' Parliament. - ? ' Mr. lleid] in replying, condemned the tactics of the opposition. He vsaid they, i shouldrliayelcballcnged the Govcrnmcnt'ioiL the SAVViress-,inrReply. The attack-, .on^his. fcderaKpolicy/Av'as a de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 September 1898
Poor KM | Nervoos Prosraon tested and tried for 35 years in all parts of the world. Such is tlio testimony of Mrs. IC. It. Chop, pelt, of Stawell, Victoria, Australia. She says; ' ' It is with great pleasure that I record my experience as a liurso for thlrty-flvo years witll the wonderful curative cH'ccta of AVERTS $imn and Dr. Ayer's rills. Hoth of these I havo used in iliireiciits parts nf tlie world, includ ing Australia, for myself and my patients, tn cases or nervous prostration, poor t lood, skin diseases and alf complaints from weak ness peculiar to women. 1 most heartily re. commend these preparations to all sufferers from any ot the above nanied distressing, complaints.' J For constipation tnk« Dr. Avr's Pills. Tl'.oy promptly relieve nnd surely euro. Tiike lltra with T)r. Ayor'j S : i r s : 1 1 1 .- 1 r 1 1 1 J I : turn aids tho othur.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
BStlXI JJWfiN OtiC-!S. farmers! Bead This ! WE will l-c pleaded to forward testi monials and Pricc Lists' to' anyone requiring any Agricu!t'iml:Implemonts -or .Machinery.. W^are.the.l'ftteiilp^of tlie : .Woll-kuown Beard &:Sissori Damp : ; i Weather Stnppor, ' . trials of which. w :ro givon in various plocos through Kivoritni; nud Victoria . during the -_last Unoo years. Our Trials am usually li'iUI nt'fi 'A.MI, , Wet oit Ditv. '? Thousands -of Testimonials, i-nnd General; S.visfitetion -everywhere. ? Our Acme Winnowers will olear froai ]f-0 to ? 200 :llags :of Wheat . . Material imJ Work Guaranteed. . ; ? ' Address Enquiries Beafcl & Sisson, NAT.lMtfK, VICTORIA.;; . John M'Namara & Co., AUCTIONEERS. Grainbuyers, and Stock and Station Agents, BEG to nnnounee that thoy have opened . a BRANCH OFFICE ot their Buaiben at llerrig-nn. ' Loans a Speciality, Money from three and a half per cent. Head Office : YARRAWONGA. Mackenzie Brothers, STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING...
Government Gazette, 10th September. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. Within the Leasehold of Yarrabee. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
Government Gazette , 10th September. ? REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. .Within the Leasehold Of Yarrabee. - : Portion;43 of 290 acres, -parish Corobmilln, counties Urana nnd Mitchell, -being part of W.R. 3148. ? W.R. 1650 of about 180 acres, parish. ?Howell, county Urana. , , -Within Goroe Holding. , .,t , ? ''Portion- 46 1 of .250. acres,-. , parish Belts, ?? county Urana. , , - ? - '?:;. ??' '.^'WitbincMabonga Holding.- 4, ?;v ;;.c :Pdrtion 119'of 173 acres, parish Mahongni: ? county Hume? ; r
HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA 502. Within Pomingalarna Holding, county Mitchell, parish Yarragundry. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
HOMESTEAD SELEQTION AREA S02.;; Within Pomingalarna Holding, county Mit chell, parish Yarragundry.. - Portion SI of 10S4 acres ; rent, £20 Gs 63 ', fee, £10 4s Gd ; improvements, £116 17s. . Portion 135 of 11,197 acres; rent, £22 8s 10d ; survey fee,l£10 13-s 91 ; improvements, £9313s. Fair agricultural land, within from 10 to 13 miles of Wagga.' Open on November 3.
Government Gazette, 7th September. FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
Government Gazette, 7th September; FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PUR CHASES.' ? ' Andrew J. S. O Keefe's c.p. of 158 acres; parish Yamma, county Urana, being portion 148. , . John Mackinnon's c.p. of 820 acr.-s, parish Edgar, county Townsend, being portion 62. Bank of New South Wales, Corowa, c;p. of 50 acres, parish Narrow Plains,, county peni son, being portion 95. These lands will become forfeitedJSO' dhys: from date and will then be open for reseluc tion.
THE JERTLDERIE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
THE JERILDERIE WATER SUPPLY. An account submitted' 'on Tuesday night last, for going down to Hartwood for a centrifugal pump, recajls. to our minds one of the greatest- oversights, in our opinion; evor iiiadd by the local! Council, 'n ««,' 'faJ1 ' ^ ? who would ? ever/ accusoY'tiiat'. august body with unduo haste. in going about anything that they have undertaken,* for celerity of action with' them- -lias always been an unknown quantity. The hesitating, halting manlier that is one of their well-known' characteristics was never tnore in evidence than.it has been over: this very pump and machinery. Some live-months ago this subject was first mentioned in their meetings', and it was then resolved to get a piling arid engine to replenish the wator supply lower down tho watercourse, from which .the town mains tako off, from tliat por tion-on the eastern .side of a natural bar some few miles up. : -Acting on this .resolution, a station1 manager in- tlio ? district was soon'on tho matter, ...
The Jerilderie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
'JT.hc Jci'llilerie M imicipul The usual fortnightly meeting of tho above was held in the Council Chambers on Tues day evening last. Present — Aldermen W. Claak, Smith, Paul and Wise. The Mayor sent an apology for being unable to be present. Aid. Wise was voted to preside. The minutes of the past three meetings were read and c.nfirmed. Correspondence was read as follows : — To Mr. Hayesmnd tho Minister for Public: Works, re the shoring; of water in the creek, To Mr.-D. M'Caughey, re pump. To Mr. W. Raleigh, thanking him for his oifer in lending puriip. ' To Department, asking that an officer be sent down to report on tlie best means of ensuring a permanent supply in the creek. From Messrs. Darley, llickson, Hayes and others, re water supply. From Government Statistician, re non receipt of reports asked for last March. From Department Public Workij, that £47 I2s had been voted for road purposes to be expended within the municipality. From Municipal Association, sending copy of their ...
Assassination of the Empress of Austria. AN ANARCHIST'S MURDEROUS ACT. STABBED TO THE HEART. LONDON, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 September 1898
A»!iiii48:iiiition of tlio Em press of Austria. AN ANARCHIST'S MURDEROUS ACT. STABBED TO THE HEART. London, September 10. A profound sensation has been cansed throughout Europe by the intellig/ncc that the Empress of Austria |was assassinated to day by an Italian anarchist. Her Majesty was visiting Geneva, and at noon while she was walking from the Grand Hotel Beau Rivage, to a steamer on the lake, a man ap proached and stabbed her. The Empress fell to the ground, but rose immediately nnd walked to the steamer. On arrival there Bhe fainted. She was at once removed to the hotel, but never regained consciousness, and died shortly after her arrival. An examina tion showed that Her Majesty had betn stabbed to the heart. The assassin was arrested immediately, and it was found that lie was an Italian anarchist named Luccheni. 'This terrible deed has caused the utmost horror and jndignation in Switzerland. It appears that'Her Majesty was travelling in the strictest incognito, nnd had not i...