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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 29 January 1895
LA'I'JiST fELEGRAMifc av wise FAOM oca ura cohrcsponuent. Sydney. .Mondav. Donald OIHies, farmer, cf Brookoug andi Henry Farley Wjckes, miser, of Kurougill Iiave voluutarilv senueitratcd their estates. The will of the late Williain.John M'lliw, squatter, is ewora, at £82,550. He be queathed the whole estate absolutely to bis. wife, A fire threatening serious results occuired, at (Jie-etabiislimeut of Briscoe Uijedale aud Co., George Street, early, this morning, but the prompt action of. the brigades prevented the-sprtwd of the flames. The- damage is comparatively slight. A phenomenal flood occurred ot Bihgera late Saturday night, A big. wave of water came rashing down the river with a mighty roar, Jjveaking over the lowjands and carry- ? ing everything before it. Houses were inva ded, people partially clad fled for their lives,, and .hundreds of. houses were swept away. Tiiouiande of , toDB of earth wen carried* with the ton-cnt. . Tue water needed almost as quickiy as it. rote and ...
Cootamundra Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 29 January 1895
i Oootamoadra Turf Clnb. : Tlie following oomiuationa have been re oeived for the three principal events, to be I (in in connection wit* the' annual meeting of the above clo^ to be held on February IStfcauidiitii- ~. OooTAHtdfCM Ccr, I mil* 1 furlong. j. '.; ???.#-*.? ,-. «tib Newman .. 8 12 Hiram .. 7 S Boaeleai ,. * 5 Kinderepiel 7 4 Ctfet .. in MarahalJtfeit 7 2 Jeriolio ... %|0 Hickamora ... 7 0 M.UA. *;.-. * # 4niMdo«r ...^ «J2 Brown -Best 8»* PitcWy ... 8 J2 (jllver Bom .. 8 4 Kouniug ... 6 10 Cleveland ...8 2 Buvy ... 6 10 Beady Money 7 IS Hermit ... 6- 10 tornado ... 7 10 Bottnet ... 6 10 tfasaeuger ... J 8 RowHe ... 6 7 Naughty (Ut* Welnngatw.. 6 7 HSiraldtof J 7 7 Butteri&ilatt Jle4 Boae ..9 7 U$y Bird) 6 7 Oryatalioe „ J « _ Newman c..*^;|3 ftrnttllne . . 7 ? Sotetsal ..; f 7 maw :?????? 7 7 Jeriobo ... 8 ir SoSffJlor... 7 4 M.UA ? 8 8 Hidcajnqta ... 7 « Brown Ben... 8 7 Annadmr ... 6 12 Cleveland ... 8 4 Fortran ... 7 0 Keudy Money 8 1 KtoWy ,.. 7 0, Bherbrtokt ....
LATEST CABLEGRAMS . London. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 29 January 1895
LATEST C&BI&GB&KSi . Snndar.. ] It-T» reported that Breiident CleVelani iu- .' tents*o*SfcC6i4res»io agree to the issue of ; bonds for one hundred jnTtlious steeling, . to recoup, the gold reserve/,' ?;.;.? 1. jib au earthquake atKusban, Persia, a mosque .collapsed, . and six hundred, people; were crushed to death, - .... ! .At tliB.woeleaujslOS.OOObalevwere soldi. jjifcrjor.c»*sbreili( -WBre.* hali. penny under, opening; rates. , ,-? -.,. :...., ; ;The Amori(»n.iSepAte.has.paurd » bill guaranteeing-, principil and. interest oa the Nicaraguau -Oanal. hondsi value fourteen million» eterliug, ? , |M., Jh t^&raiitbe Russian, toiister. for, fortian .affairs it .dead. . . .
DISTRICT NEWS. Builenbong. Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
DISTRICT, NEWS. Builenbong. '' Jan. '29. Oar correspondent writes : — A grand social . was held at Mr Herbert's, ' The Hollies,' on Friday, the 55th inst. and' was a great success. Over twenty couples put in an tip pearance ; hut the warm weather prevented a, larger crowd, although the evening turned out cooler th.au was expected. The music was supplied by Messrs Cor'bett and O Keefo, violin and piano. It was nil that could be desired, ' while Mr F. Herbert made an efficient II. 0. The evening was enlivened by several songs and recitations, by the Misses Cunningham and Angel, and Mess.s M' Alice,' O'Keefe, Ferry, 'H-ath and Bell. Refresh ments were supplied by Mrs Herbert who deserves great praise for the way the social was car iedou*,. Some very pretty costumes were worn during the evening. Following are a list of the dresses worn :— Miss M. A. Graham, cream cushmere and jet ; MisuRea, heliotrope crepon, cream pongee ; Mis.' Shet nster, floral delaine skirt, white bodice ; Miss M'C...
FEDERATION CONFERENCE AT HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
FEDERATION CONFERENCE AT HOB ART. At the informal meeting of Premiers at Hobart the questions to be dealt with at the conference were rliscussed. It was 8p# gested that the only stumbling .block to bring about immediate federation is the Victorian high Customs tariff. Sir Edward Braddon, of Tasmania presided. On Wed nesday the Federal Council of Australasia opened, when delegates from all the colonies to the number of twenty attended, and an army of twenty press representatives, auda small attendance of visitors were present. Sir Edward Braddon was elected president. Notices of motion dealing wiih banking, quarantine, federal loans, Australian member of the Privy Council, papers relating to the Ottawa' Conference, ' wei* cabled. Mr Archer, of Queensland, gave notioe to move, — 'That in the opinion of the Council the Commonwealth Sill should be considered by the various 'Australasian Parliaments at as early a date as possible,' and that the various Governments T^irged to submit the b...
JERILDERIE TO BERRIGAN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
JERILDEBIE TO BERBIGAN LINE. At the meeting of the Public Works Committee on Wednesday, further evidenoe on the Berrigan extension of the Narandera JeriMerie line was taken. The ' Daily Telegraph' reports: — Mr H. Deane, En gineer-in-Chief of the Railway Construction Branch, said the alternative deviation would run alongside the main road for nearly the whole distance, and as the road way was but three chains in width, and in some places less, a strip a. chain wide at least would have to be resumed, four chains being little enough room for both the rail way and the road. He would recommend that the American grade tool be used for the earthwork. These implements would reduce the cost of the earthwork by at least one half. An estimate of £2000 a mile would make the line. It might be done for less, but it would be a pity to reduce the funds available below that. If he were unhindered in making the contract he would 'undertake to make a good stable railway from Jerilderie to Berrigau, u...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Collision in North Sea. Loss of 380 Lives. LONDON, Feb. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
BHIPPIKG DISASASTER. Collision in North Sea. Loss of 380 Lives. [fir CABLE. I ' London. Feb. 4. News of an appaling marine disaster has been received.' The German liner Elbe was run into in the North Sea by the Aberdeen steamer Craigie and sank in a few minutes. The lose of life is very great, as over 240 pas sengers, moBtly emigrants, were on board, and a crew numbering 150 Only one boat containing 20 persons escaped, she being picked op by a fishing- smack and brought into port The vessel was off Lowesloft at the time of the collision. 'The Gragie struck the Elbe amidships and the engine-roam filled instantly. The Oraigie did not remain to render assistance. The Captain who was drowned remained on the bridge till the last giving orders to save the women and children, hrtit, bat some of the crew fanned the boats, of which only two were launched, as the rope block s became frozen and would not work: the crew and passengers fought for places in the boats. Ooelady, four mile passenger...
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
THE MftlLR Following sire t te.timetbt thearrivaisand departure of- mails at and from tha local post office. To the times of arrivals has to be added the time taken In aorting :— ' : MAnsAbBiyK. ?' ?'?? ' : ' From Sydney. Melbourne, Junee, W*gg» Wasga. CoolMnon.TOrong Orong. ©evlTr?* $idfing, Albury, Soggy Or«ek, and. T.P.O, Mo. 9 at 11.46 a.ro.dally (Sundays «zeeptadt, From Hay, Bringaae*, OMkWitol, Darlington; Yanoo, and mutton* atS.10 p.m. daily (Snndayri eioepted). -?? ? ? ? : : ?' ? From Jerildorfe, Urana, Uorundah, Ao, onTnesdays, Thursdays, and Satiurdays, *t 11.45 ».m. '?-? ;- rromDarlington Pointy Tubbo. OillenVab, 4p. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and SuUdajra att!p.in. ' .' ' ' - ? : From Rook, Jaokson'e Waterholos./.BuU eobong, BirregOj; jfto, on Tuesdays aqd 6sitird»ys*t9,30iP,m. , ', .. - '. ,j from tforandafaT VMf»W PnAdeU. Jkf Monday I «od Thuradaysat9p.ni. ? ' -? from Mount Urystol anil Fyfe% Mill on Wednesdays jndfiaturdsjVsM'JP »?'»? :- '? Fro-n BareUoo, Bolero, Byoya, ...
THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
IHE cHUKUHES* imrnHCB dpBKBfcflKSDu gervices will be held asjoUow* :— Ewnsowr and Serawnj. tS- P '-' ' _,. . liene-Rill J-e a, celebration- °». '1B ?Bolf Cmimomun on thefirst SuMay ia the mouth aKSSflrtn-Wh tMi«ino3ay « * »J», «3£Jir»t«i»d Hdy day. MASta&H ?£ CHiwtam^ terSund»y_ui- the niouth .t the h«ir,,8»aajf C** « 8'p.mv. Sundlw, «roog Ctrongt 3' P-°-- J ^h Sjnaav, MSahTnaW?b«ileU8idi»ff. 3 P.m ?: Serwew.wai i*hsW- «»abUoii» according ' Cbmuss Bu»h)i.IbcBinbenfc.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
PlLLu Best Family Medicine *???/ CURE SickHeadache,Con«tipation, 8YSKKM, UVDt TROHBUI. ^VtufiMTEasjtoTakt Tnea«IkMe«agt*-o»Ungoi Ayei'sFtiU alssolres lmmedlstel/on reaching tbe atom ?eh. sad vMsmtti tbe run strength ot e»«h IngndlenttobeipeedllrMsliiiItoted. Aia purgaUre, either Cor trarelltrs or** » tealiv medicine, Ay«r's Pill* an tbe best is tbe world. ? ? AYER'S~P1LLS. Vale b/ r-». J«. Aftt * CoJ-ow»U,lUa«,lI.S-i. TBJSOUt kWJOM U TBt World's 6reat Expotrfions. ^- — ? 'GRATEFUL RESULTS' Mrs. Lydla M. Turbox, of Altooua, Feunsylvaoitt, U. S. A., v Beatored to Boklth by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla 'Last Spring, I was grievously afflicted with biliousness and Hirer Complaint. My mouth wan in a terrible condition every morning, my tongue thickly coated, my breatti was offensive, and my bowels wen always out at order; nor did the many renw ?dies recommended do me any good, until I bM Ajert Bar apaWlla, tfusp mjviniprovo tnent began almost trom the first dose. This unlooked-for, tra...
HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. Murder at Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
HOBRIBLE DISCOYERY. Hardier at Coottunaudnu ,': A rerpJtingdiBoovery -wAs.made at Cootamdndra on Satardaylast by two boy*, who were fishing in the reser. voir. One of the boys waa 'palling in his line, when the hook caused a hft'-d to pixttrnde from the water, and, on examination, a sack was discovered to be a round a. corpse, and on the police fishing up the ghastly remains, whioh were no iuucm uecnmposea n» H- ue al most nnreoognisable, they were iden tified as being those of an old roan who used to camp near a party of Indians, who, it is state!!, were anon unfriendly terms witb the deceased. Further examination of the- body, nhoired the sack to have been drawn over the head and securely fastened round tlie trund of tho body. Sovei a wounds yfere upon Miti body, including a gABh across tie tJiroat, a'ad A wofind on the temple, vrhich the surgeon : waa !of opinion had been inflicted with a blunt instrument, and. it was also so much ' broken as to be un-ecognisable. The remains see...
A DAY'S DUCK SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
A DAY'S DUCK SHOOTING. A.t tlie invitation of Mr M. H. Jenkins, ot Buekiogboug, a number of his sporting friends in the district took advantage of the public holiday of Saturday and met at the Kangaroo Plain Swamp for a day's duck shoot ing. The -swamp being in oue of those secluded spot* far from any road or public thoroughfare, and baring good cover on all Hides wliicli con duces to tbe breeding ot water tow I, it was expected that a somewhat big bag would be the result of the day's outing. On arrival at the shooting ground everyone was greatly sur prised to find the swamp teeming with almost every variety of known water fowl. The inner man was first attended to and the shooters provided themselves witb as many rounds of amnnition as could be reasonably and comfortably carried. A start was made, each taking up an arranged posifciau tarouguont the swamp. At aboat 9 a.m. tbe shooting commenced, and after some two honra continuous cannonading which, had it not been for a ' Gardiner' ...
A YARN ON COOKS, [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
JL YABH OK 000KS. Onr Tnbbo eorassuejident write* : — T)uring mr rambles last wjej.I came npoa a fenbors' camp most eiquuiltbly secluded, completely bhMen in fant, beneath the branches uf a beaUhy oloinp of Koola tree*, and situated about a afame's throw froin infood uuik of irnfer. If ot a. nonnd disi whm tlie wrnni; «n!otu.l» H-fcirli prev«i!e3, him. Uio twitter uf the little tiirJi ttiDonu Uui biuuches. WUcu I roAe ap 'five healthy looking men were hiv ing their tuiildiir meal iu abamn tilanco. pro* bably oomtemp&tlnff alilreiihood trf a «bang« iu the weather. I enquired for the bos*, who, by the way in an old aoquaintanoe of mine, aud after the customary bnihlike sitlnUtiom, t proceeded to lessen thrir Hock of damper andmntton. ''.Know where I oan get a oook }' a*ked tbe ' J»s»' »» he put tbe 'brownie' in front of me. 'I do not,' I to plied, anleu there are any at the traveller's W at the homestead.' 'W 11 I don't «-«nt onymont cooks from that, beautiful snmmer rpsidenoe...
DISTRICT NEWS. Carrathool, Feb 4. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 5 February 1895
DISTRICT NEWS. Carrathool. Fch 4. The .return match befwen the Hay and Carathool Clnba came off here on Aniii Ternary Day and resulted in a win for tbe visitor* as there was not time to play out the match. The local teaui won the tossand decidea to seid their opponents to the wicket*. However, Uiey soon found out their mislukij wlien tliey stw Juliaa'a score of 68 woB obtained by good aad patient crickel^Ua, hu wever,gave t wo vbanees which were mi«»ed, but lie was at length caught by J. Ledwidge. The principle feature* of the Carraihoul inn ings was the very poor display of fielding of Ibe Hay team, and the goud stand made by Ibe tail end of the team, young Lvd widge being credited with Ilia highest : score As will be seen he won tbe prize for tiro hijjlieijt individual ncore, and also for the tieat djuplny ot fiolding, for Cbith Ihoul. He comes of a u»'M crickcu'og family and his father Mr Chris Ledwidge «bo^-Uyed in Ihe m«lch has been long an.l hormniblv known as a good, s.ili.l,...