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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 February 1898

: Good News ! Good News ! Good News ! Great Sale! Great Sale! : S BAKGAISffS ♦ BARCfrAXUKTS 2 AT BROVMAN'S Tli is is a Boon to the whole District, which never happened before, ?-V '' 'and ATill never happen again. i-'C.':*1 ? ? ? .i f|S I' am enlarging. my,,;Premises shortly, ? T have decided to HOLD A ^VLE for ONE || (MONTH ONLY- in. every Department,. , disposing,, of lny.V ALU ABLE biOUK, r consisting of : , General Drapery, Fancy Goods, and Boots and Shoes, to the amount of £\ 750. The reduction all round is from 35/40, 45 to 50 per cont. less . than, usual.' prices. ? 'This is the number of Bulk Lines which, I/;;liaYpK.,lo,v.4i8po8o ,oi filling, .the sale, viz.,— ? - . ? .......... - -,233 MeriV Suits 175. BoysMinicker Suits, both Tweed & Washing . 44 Men's Sack Coats ? ' 60 ;Dozen -Men's1 Shirts of 'all descriptions,, both J. , | : ? 433 Men's Tweed Trousers . , -'Silk Striped and Working Shirts . ^ _. . . . s . . . ?? 165 Men's Moleskin Trousers . . .. Dozen Underpant...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 February 1898

Church Notices. CATHOI.IO CHUHOH.— BERRIGAN AND JERIL DERIE DISTRICTS ?' ' ' ? Sunday .^SOth Feb.— Berrigan, II a.m., 7. SO, p.m. \ Wednesday, 23rd Feb. (Ash WcduelUay).— Borrf- yan, 9 a.m. * ^ , Sunday, 27th Fob.— ^ Toeumwal, 8 a.m. ; Flnloy, 11 a.m. ? ' ' -- : Sunday, 0th March.— Jerilderie, 11 a.m., 7.80 ? p.111. ? FATHER HENNESSY, PA8TOE. eHOnCIIOF ENGLAND.— URANA AND JERIL DERIE PARISH :— ? ' ' ' ' - ' '! .Friday, 18tli Feb.'^-Yanko, 8 p^m. Sunday, 20th Feb.— Jerilderie,' 11 a.m. (H.C.) and 7.80 p.m.' Children's Service, S p.m.— . . -prc5jntation 0( prizes. ? Sunday, 27th Feb.— Mahonga, 10 a.m. ; Clear ? Hills (Mr. Lane's), 2.30.p.m.; St.' Philip's, Urana, 7.30 p.m. ' CHARLES F. DAVIS, Ikcombest. Wu gcwtflcvk §;cvaltl AND V ISA'S A AMVRIlKISEIt rOIlLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERUO.ON. ' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Commercial. Corowa, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 February 1898

Commercial. .... t Corowa, February 14. Messrs. A. A. Pigein k Co. report holding a very successful sale at Daysdale on Tues day Inst on account of the Into TI103. Pnscoo's estate. 1 Tlie attendance was numerous, and comprised resident* of tho Wagjn, Naran dera, Albury, Deniliquin, Rutherglen, Wan caratta and Ohiltern; districts, as well as locnl buyers. Tho horses wore a specially ;Kood lot, and some high values were realised. The leaders of.the tenms excited keen com petition, and a bay mare, '? Diamond,' aged, ?sqld at £45 10s, and a bay colt, ' Bob,' 5 years, £32 '10s. Other sales amongst the 'homes were ' Charlie,' £19 ISs ; ' Dick,' £19 15s ; ' Diver,' £16 ; ' Captaiu,' £23 ; I'Rowdy,' £20 ; 'Violet,' £19 15s ; 'Curly,' £21; '.'Bonny,' £18; 'Trimmer,'- £27 ; 'Blossom,' £10 10s ; ?'Billy,' £21 ; 'Pride,' £10 5s ; Sam,' £15 10a ; 'Punch,'. £20. The waggons aol(l at £61, £38, and £30, and the machinery, ploughs, scoops, harness and sundries nil realisetl equally high prices, the ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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ALBURY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

Albuhy Council. - ? This Council decided to take no action in the matter.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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MOAMA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

Moama Council. Tho Jerilderie Counpil Clerk was informed that the above would co-opcratc, and had written to their Member asking him to con voy- their . protests against tho sale3 by auction. - ? ?

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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LOCKHART PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

Lookhakt Pnoaunss Association. The following is taken from the report of a meeting of -tliis -body .-—'The president said ho would urge thj Committee to givn its' hearty support to the Jerilderie Council :in protesting against, the sale of poijntry lands by auction. This thing must be put down, he said, as every available block of Crown land was urgently required for settlement. They all knew that land put up for miction sale was beyond the reach of men with small means, and simply meant to enlarge the big estates, which practice wns detrimental to the best interests of the colony. He would like some member to move a resolution on the matter. — Mr. Drummond moved that the committee strongly suoports the action taken by the Jerilderie Council re the sale o£ Crown Iqnds by auction, and that a pro test against the :ealo oi country lands by auction be sent to the Minister for Lands, through the member for the district. — Seconded by Mr. Clemmenj and carried unanimously. Deniliquin Counc...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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NARANDERA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

N MiA'N»r:RA Cou^XIL. ; At the last meeting; of tlje Narandera ; Municipal, Council' it- was 'decided lo; support -i the;action o£ the Jerildcrio\Council',in rais ing an agitation against the taction o£ the Minister for Lands iu offering a large area of ''Crown lands for auction sale. In the discussion A Iceruian Quirk' stated that he had learnt at tho lands office that more than half tho reserves in. the Nnrnndera land dis trict werevto bo sold by auetion; «. In. many ?.cases ?tho-'ln nds' are- adjoining AiG.P.'s, :and many - persons would be only too glad ;to aM'iirc t hem ; ns. homcstond , selections 91 ollii-rwisj. Onc.of the cuuditiuns is that 25 per centj of ths purchase - tuoucv- be paid at 'dnce/ SeVeMl blocks at Gronig: Grang .are included, and a number of 'persons nre anxioustto acquire these as A.C.P.'s.

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THE BIG CROWN LAND SALES. PROTESTS FROM THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

THE BIG CROWN LAND SALES. PROTESTS FROM THE A COUNTRY. ;v The, resolutions carried by the Jcril _derio Municipal Council some three weeks ago anent the sale by public auction of the Crown land of the colony generally, and more particularly to those; in! Riverina, has, so- far, borne fruit; Of coursc, as was naturally to bo ex pected, some or -the: public bodies ap proached would oppose- this, but those actuated by a more: liberal spirit have considered the question. Without comment we republish the report of each as taken from our exchanges, and. from the reports of our correspondents. As will bo seen by perusal, with ono exception— tho Wagga — all are unani mous in opposing this unheard of alien ation in this manner; but when it is remembered that the presiding genius of the Wagga Council is a legal gentleman, it is not far to look for a reason why that august body should oppose it. The following are tho reports -received' so far from the bodies communicated: with ; ; Wagcia Wagga ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

Shanks. Mr. andl MRS. A. D. FOWLER and Family return {heir sincere thanks for all the lirid sympathy bestowed upon them in their Vate sqd bereavement; nlso for the numerous! letters and messages of con-, dolence, and beautiful floral' tributes re ceived. .'. . . . AND ? :. .AOV^Il^ BR rUBMSUED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

L ATS ST ' ? ? [BY' ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From .Our -Own Correspondent.) SYDNEY, Friday. No alteration in the wheat market this morning, the price being from 4s to 4s Id on rail Sydney. The price of sheep nt Flemingtop yesterday was unaltered, prime merino wethers bringing 8s 9d, good 8s, and medium 5s to (3s. Prime bullocks sold at £6 16s, extra prime £ 7 14s, good £6, medium £4. At the Water Police Court yesterday the charge of indecent assault preferred against John Norton advanced another stage; and was further postponed till next Friday.' Tho Minister for Justice lias been presented with a kettle made entirely of Nymagee copper, which was smelted at Litligow. It has transpired that a similar pro ject to that of the Atmosph -ric Gas Co. was formulated in Melbourne some years ago. Alderman Jeannerit withdrew his motion recommending that the retiring allowance of six months' pay be granted to tho ex-Town Clerk. Mr; H. J. Brown, president of the Newcastle phamber of Commerce, in sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

.WlTSTWJBSS j¥«TIOI!S. ? ? flTEBBIIW WATOH OOMPAHY. j I ? III ??III r|- ITmiJ WATEHBURY WATCHES DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FACrORY TO THE PUBLIC. 'Half the Usual Prices charged.' JSESD YOUR ORDERS TO A SAUNDERS, Jeweller, 815 Georgo Stroat, Sydney (opp. Railway Station) ?' our nr.poT.' m%\ i i! # wajchC% \ Mv ^ERa^ °i S ^.^AUND^S n * I Tho Wonderful WATERBURY WATCHES, 'Bewaroof frauds, ' who wili sell you any consumptive article to make a big profit. Tho Watorbury are the Cheapest, Strongest ami nicsL Reliable Watches made. ' None to equal them in Price, (Quality or Perfect Timekeepers.' Tho okl Favourite, 13/0; A. Saunders' price, 8/6 The New Short Wind Jewelled action, 21 /?; A. Saunders' price, u/6 Extra Quality, Series J, Jewelled action, 27/0 ; A. Humidors' price, X6/6 Pure Solid Silver, Extra Jewelled, jt:3/-/-; A. Saunders* price, 37/6 Gold Watorbury, wonderful value, 5/-/.; A. Smuiderf}' price, ^2/15/ All our Watches are regulated and adjusted to stand hard riding and knocking abou...

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WATER RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

. WATER RIGHTS. The Act pissed by our legislators and assented to on 22nd October, 189G, to a certain extent has settled this long vexed question of Riparian Rights. That such an Act was greatly needed for years past goes without saying, for prior tq its passing there was no socurity, and consequently little en couragement given to those in our vast drought-stricken plains to go in for tlio conservation of water by means of dams across our watercourses, and yet during certain seasons of the year millions upon millions of gallons of the life-sustaining fluid flowed unchecked down these courses to waste themselves in the Great Southern Ocean. The few who constructed dams and embank ments across these streams to hold back a supply for their stock during the summer months did so at their own risk, and these works were only allowed to remain, it might be said, on suffer ance. As soon as some further down the creek ran short of water thefre was nothing to prevent them going up stream and ...

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STATEMENT BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

STATEMENT BY MR'. CHAMBERLAIN. London, Tuesday. In the'House of Commons last.night Mr. Ghamberlain, made . a.;- statement with: respect, to the Dosition;:of. affairs in West Africa. He aaid. that Colonial Pilcher,- the -British ' commandorsat' Lokoja^'on ' tlio 'Niger; - had' confirmed the report that - a ' French i force jiad. arrived at.j Agungu,-.; in;. the- territory of the Sultan of 'Sokoto, ?; The;Secretary of' State: :for the-ColonieB added,- that in;view of the negotiations now. proceeding between ;England and France; -he' was unable: to .believe : that the invasion of I : Sokoto: had'been -authorised! by ithe' French i Government, especially as Frnnce recognised the British riglit to Sol;oto. -.- . . i ; ; ; Af semirofiicial'i denial hos been given in Paris to .the . statement j- that -French -forces 'are .at present in Sokoto.' - . ? ;? ^ThbwParisiK Journal' des'- Debais '. admits that^Sokpto-is'indisputably-jBritish, : ,-v.i ..j, ??,; The? Paris. Bourse'' continues'-stead...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

c ITotioo, POISON LAID in the SLAUGHTERING PADDOCK adjoining Show Ground.- ;v F. E. FOGARTY, Butcher, Jerilderie: ' Farms to Lease. 9AAA ACRES Splendid Agricultural: AluUl/ Land, within 8 miles of the Greens Gunyah Railway Sation. Farmers: requiring land for cultivation for three or five years can bo supplied on far more liberal terms than the half system. The farms aro in tho far-famed Brookcngland, and situated in the Parish o£ Borco Creek. Apply MAURICE CARROLL, ? Boroe Creek, via Urana. . Jorildorio Found. IMPOUNDED at Jerilderie on the :24th ? day . o£ February, 1898, from Coree Rtnf inn. hu nrrtpr nf W .T 'Rnkrtr. lilsn Brawn or Dark Bay Gelding, branded; ME. 1 ;- conjoinpd near shoulder, hind fetlocks, white; aged. - ?/ Brown Gelding, branded -- over K near shoulder, G years. Groy Gelding, branded like Iv over ; heart near shoulder, COB near thigh, aged, collar marked; v.- If not released and expense's paid will- be sold at noon at the Pound Yards' on Thurs day, the 10th day ...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

? Brevities. ? TlicJapaneso Budget shows- a deficit: of about. £3, 400, 000. ? - Within the past seven months the trade of Canada has incrcnsd by about £6,000,000. : In the House of Commons on Monday Mr. Gerald Balfour, introduced the Irish Local 1 Government Bill, , I : The measure entrusts the-1 administration j of local government to county councils, urban l and rural district councils and boards of ! guardians, the members of which aro to ba elected on the Parliamentary franchise. The financial provisions of the bill arc of an intricate chnractcr. Occupiers are to be made liable for the county cess, nnd. also for the poor -.rates. Provisions , is : made for an , annual ..Imperial grant of £730,000. : . The bill -was read tlio firsb. timc.v Thc - second-will be taken a fortnightihence. -; :'T ?: . H.M. S.i Victorious,:' which . recently - went ashore at Port Said proceeded on ; h'or i voy age to China; -???'? - ?-,'- ? ' Tne; Czarina of Russia is suffering, from an attack of meas...

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England and France. THE WEST AFRICAN DISTUTE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

ling'laiiil' and Vrancc. i ' THE WEST AFRICAN' DISTUTE.' London, Monday. : The'total number -of the British military' forces : i n '.the , hinterland of Lagos j and the ? Gold . Coast colony, ?where' serious difficulties have arisen -between .Great Britain and France; 'with, regard- to the - limits -.'of their .respective territories, is C.000 men. . : : -The news from West Africa, showing the danger;of a collision between theBritish.and French sforces,. has; depressed not 'only 'the London Stock, Exchange, . but' also ' the ; pro-; vincial stock exchanges.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

Correspondence. [ Wp do not hold ourselves responoiblc for the opinion herqiii expressed by correspondents.)

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AN ELOQUENT SPEECH. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

AN ELOQUENT SPEECH.'' v' ' :h. !, London,, Tuesday./ - In'his address to the' Court ryesterday, M.. Zoln - made a stirring - and eloquenl ' speech. vHe said that he had sacrificed his liberty in order to save the honor of -the nation, 'which, was, imperilled ,by :thev proceedings ;against : Captainl /Dreyfus.^- He, j denied.; that .he ' had insulted the ;armyj ' and declared 'that' the imein who had' really-- dishonored it ''were ? those; who ' had . refused justice to - a' man illegally convicted. ; M. Zola concluded -by declaring, that 'lie was convinced of Captain -. Dreyfus's . inno- I cence. . and -that -it would *!yct' bo: demon- i btiated. 1 ' ' M. Labori, 'counsel for -M. Zola; then com menced his address to .thci Court, which was i of a masterly- .character. . He dwelt with special ; emphasis .upon- the'^injustice which had been shown during the. trial in allowing the Eeterhazy case to be re-opened while refusing to permit; n,- fresh; investigation of tlic Dreyfus case. „ ?...

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THE DOG NUISANCE IN JERILDERIE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

THE DOG NUISANCE IN JERILDERIE. TO THE EDITOR op T1IE HERALD. . Sin, — Permit me to call attention to tlio intolerable nuisance which i3 beginning to make itself unbearable in our town. I do not Jcuow whether the whole or any of the mangy mongrel curs running about our town registered or not— this is for polico inquiry, nnd in the public interest Bhould be scon to — but if they be, then I say tho owners have more money than sense to waste the registration fee over them. One can not go, to a n^ccting, church or' chapel withont spei.ug scores of these offensive and ill-smelling canines within the four walls of the building. From the impunity with which they march up. the aisle of the church, it is very evident that they are not forbidden entrance to any pai;t of their owners' houses — a dirty habit tp say the least. The last stick they say breaks the camel's back, aud when it comea that owners oyen allow — some soy encourage— their curs to follow them to funerals, then I say it is tim...

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The Trial of M. Zola. VIOLENT SCENE IN COURT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 February 1898

' .The GTrinH of M. Zola, Vi.ij: : . , ? ? - ' VIOLENT SCENE IN COURT. ? . London, Monday. ? The proceedings at the trial of M., Zolai the famous novelist, on the charge of libel ling military, officers in counection with the Dreyfus case were resumed, to-day,: in , Paris, and gave.rise-to tumultuous scenes;-:', ; - The judgo refused to allow counsel for the accused to cross-examine. the military, wit nesses. ' - - -M.-' Zola addressed the- jury on his own i behalf. He declared thai the Government were perfectly aware of Captain Dreyfus's innocence, and lie ftccused- them oMiaving directed the verdict of the jury; Violent conflicls took, place between the judge, M. Zola, and the; barristers, the i spectators alternately -hissingi. and chosring -i the combatants.

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