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Urana. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

Ummt. November 3. Since my last we have had very change able weather. It was wretchedly hot and dusty for some days, followed by cold and stormy ones, and ending at last with wel come rain. Up to this morning about 90. points had been registered, but since then a heavy downpour has blessed us, and by [ML-auui. upjjt'araiiuua a gouu ueai more may be expected. The water famine may there fore be considered at an end, and it. is to be ; hoped the few standing crops will be bene fitted by this rain. Many people, who either raked in their crops or allowed their stock to feed upon them, nre now sorry that they did not wait a little longer. A very popular former resident of [Jrana, Mr. G. W. Lamb, paid us a hurried visit during the week and was heartily welcomed by his numerous friends, who were all glad to see him looking well and hearty. After transacting some important business, he left I liare again Inst evening for Melbourne. I Mr. H. A. Hill having sold his business, i the new firm of...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Upper Yanko. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

*Jnn»er YaiilJO. Novembers. . At las'-, Mr. Editor, 1'vn pulled: myself, together to give ytju-.t he,*' interesting news of this district, or at liwt what I can o£ it; ; . : As you know, , the:Nnrandcra Show pns'od: ; off on the 19th and 20th lilt., and of- course ' yours; truly ''WaB there, and while I'm on ; the snhj -ct I mish t as w- ll sav l'in pnmvl . didn't, stay nt; home. ;' The onlv ; thing:, thai.: took mv eve was Pliil.Moulirny V iviintiiw; ( which, though they. didn't get a pi iVy: really ? des-rved a Rpneial. ?????. .I'm,t-hriw-Biek,:so'.will:ti]rn lo tho wonlher topie. . It has V.ei'ii nice and warm, with iln* exception- of a. few wet d.us, during the 1'st month. On \Vedn-Jsdav anil Thursday 'k.-'' tv '85 points of. rain' fellj but . J ' don't will be of any use to .the farmers as many had turned the sheep on to the crops. If this last fall had only como two weeks sooner, all would reap at the least a fair crop, but now all hopes are gone. Pas toralists are just as bad...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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ADVICE FROM RUSSIA. A TEMPORISING POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

-:??.- ADVICE FROM-RUSSIA. : ? A TEMPORISING POLICY. ' ? It'is reported in, liome that tlie .recent quiescent attitude of France in respect to the ' Fashoda affair, and the diplomatic attempts she^has persistently mads -to: delay .matters, are due to. the' instigation ; of ; Russia. Tho RusiianiGovernmeut, it . ? is:, reported in well 'informed;cireles, ha8 adyised France to tem porise with lilnglandion; llie Nile-dispute, in order to give the Abysiinian; troops time to. reach Fashoda,

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ENGLAND AND FRANCE. MORE LIKE WAR. SERIOUS REPORTS FROM PARIS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

ENGLAND AND FRANCE.. MORE LIKE WAR. t SERIOUS REPORTS FROM PARIS. London, Tuesday. ; It is reported. in. Paris, :on:tbc authority of -the:' -.'French;'- ad vistr, of :King -Menelik of Abyssinia^ that there are 15,000 Abyssinian. troopB in: the vicinity of . Fashoda, -whither it ? was reported some monthsagoHas Makonnen. one of Menelik's generals, had escorted M. de::Bonchamps ou;an expedition designed to meet there that of Major Marchand from the French Congo. ? It was then stated that Ras Makonnen found, the climate of the Nile so unhealthy that ho immediately withdrew to_ , Abyssinia, taking: M. de B'onchamps with ?: him. Now., however, it is alleged in Paris - that: 15,000 Abyssinian, troops are in; -tlioi ? .????? vininity of Fashoda prepared to. support the- .-? French claim to that post.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

M. CUETIN & CO., COMMISSION AND FORWARDING AGENTS, - ? .T52aSH,.l)EIgTE. All Stock personally attended to. . - My : Paddocking Accommodation is un equalled for hoth Cattle and Sheep, being close to the trucking yards, with abundance of water. ' . ? Public 2Totioo. T* V. LANGDON begs to inform Station - Owners, Farmers, nncl his Cuatoraers penernlly that: he .'lias.- started:' a. -Travelling WAGGON in conjunction with his Saddlery nuainess, which 'will travel tho whole of the surroundine districts periodically, or when or wherever required. PEKSONS wlio cannot afford to keep a large family should send (our penny stamps for our NEW BOOIv. It contains valuable information on this most important subject.— IIow large families can be avoided, an reeommended by eminent physicians. Improved odition. 14 Tho Wife's Guide and Friend,' 100 pa&es, elegantly bound in cloth and gold, 1/2, pout free. r SAUNDEHS & OO., 312 FLINDKIta Stkret, Mkluochne. ririjtQi PREVENTATIVES. ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Conargo. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

DISTRICT NEWS. [From Oub Own Correspondents.] I Comii'K'O. November 2. An old mail in the omploy as cook oE Mr, Hewlett of Prairie Park whilst being con veyed to-day to Deniliquin for medical ad vice died rather suddenly when about lialf n-mile from Conargo. The body bus b.-en taken on in to Deniliquin where I suppose wn inquiry will be held as to the cause of death. - nr„ lixnn of-ill Hi/, mnncnla njiHi 11a for twn fresh cases are repprted this week. Our .cricketers again met Hartwood last week, and again suffered a defeat. To put them in heart, and keep their pecker up they will have to try softer material, per chance, they might give the remnant of your defunct cricket team a game just to practise on. If they do they will debar Jerilderie seeking outside aid as they are in the habit' of doing of late years. Yesterday was Cup day, bnt tho result of this great Australian National event did not trouble us much. A few who have patro nised TattersaUs' with their crowns seem more anxio...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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SETTLEMENT LEASES. WITHIN RESUMED AREA OF TOGANMAIN HOLDING. COUNTY BOYD, LAND DISTRICT OF HAY. PARISH MACLEAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

SETTLEMENT LEASES, WITHIN RESUMED AREA OF TOGAN MAIN HOLDING. COUNTY BOYD, LAND DISTRICT OF HAY. PAUI8H Macleay. Portions 1 to 4, 10 to 12, 18, 19, nnd. 27a of 2,1831 acres. Annual rent, £35 9s lOd ; survey fee, £17 12s 6d ; improvements — Fencing £51 10s Id. About 1,000 acres timbered with gum, pine, &c. ; red and brown soil. Portions 5 to 9, 23, 24 and -IS of 2,055J acres. Annual rent, £33 8s ; survey fee, £17 5s ; improvements^ — Tank, £172 ; sheep yards, £50; fencing, £30 15s. At-out 500 acres timbered with box, gum nnd boree ; red and brown soil. - Portions 25, 42 to 47, 61 and 91 of 2,136$ acres. ? Annual rent, £35 -10s 8d ; survey fee, £17 12s 6d ; improvements — Tank, £73 10s ; fencing, £101 13s 9d. Open plain, 'with- scattered, clumps of pine: and boree ; red and brown soil. , ' PARISH WANGABAVTGUL Portions 4, v 13. 73, 71, 70, 72, G7, 68, 09, 100 : and 103 c-i '2,537 acres. ^ Annual - rent, £414s 6d ; survey fee, -£18 15s ; improve ments — Fencing, £60 2s 6d. - Ope...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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MORE TROOPS FOR MARCHAND. THREE THOUSAND SENGALESE EN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

MOllE ' TROOPS FOR MARCHAND. THREE THOUSAND SENGALESE EN ROUTE. ? ? Th a Pall: Mall Gazette published a stale tpciit :on : Monday y that a force, of .3000 Senegalese ;. rifli men ?had , been despatched - from the Frencli , Congo to reinforce Major Mnjchand's expedition at Fashoda, on the White ' Nile, -and'-'tliat this force is now entering on the country drained by the Bahr-el-Gbazil, and great western affluent of tl|e Nile. , . . ' ^ The Jerilderjo .Tockey Club intends holdv: . ? ? ? ing. a meeting of the members to receive. - b.ilanco sheet for year, and also to discuss tho question whether it is deemed advisable to hold tho usual Boxing Day meeting this year or not. Tho matter rests with tho club of course, but from opinions expressed by some of the members it is just possible that the races will lapse on account of hardness of the times. Tho nv cting takes place in the M-chiiliicsi' Jo-iiight. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 4 November 1898

-. /& A. Saundora. TnM Secret Nam- Mrooch, 25/ 15c. Oold, 2/-/-. *mondt *2/10/- and '£J /?. A. Sauncicrp. New Stile Good-wish fJold lirooch, 13/6 15c. Gold, 201'. A* Qaundor. i Oold Love Hird and Chain, 8/o« 99 A* aaunders. Jlnt'Clws, Hand'Made, Solid Gold Wedding Ring and Keeper, 5 16- 7/0, 10/-. 15c. Golu^ 16/-. Extra Heavy, 2 V-, 18c. Gold, i lOf 30/-, 53/-, 21'/'. Send for our Sizo Card. A. Gaundcre. New Stile Gold Love liird and Chain, 10/3. A. Saunders Any Nume or Initial Free, lolhl (iold, 7/d Extra .Stroiiff. 10/ 16o. Gold, l.f«/-. -JS'c. Gold, 20/-. Silver, 3/U. A. Caundcro, 3 old Drooch, Kcd and 2 Pearls, 20/; I 15c. 27/0, with Diamonds 2 /?/?. { A. Qauncicrs. :A ^ -. 18c. Solid Gold, kfi -k Hand Ilingg, pure ©S Diamond, $/./., iSo'ricns. A. Saunders l.r»c. Gold. I-i:uiimi(K Kttbie-i br Sapphires, 2/10/-. A. Saunders. OoM Mounted Uoafx Tu'««k and Chain and Bell, X6/CV Without Chain and Uell, 12/0. Silver, 4/-. All the ra^c. 1/ 'r t ✓ / i T - \ ^ A. Saundcf-9. Gold ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

A. IffiS'la CBauareli SMS'niturj'. The Right Reverend Monsignor O'Brien, Rector of St. John's College, Sydnoy, has expressed his opinion of LOASBY'S 'WAHOO' in tho following terms. I(r. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's Collego, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. Dear Sirs, A trial of LoAsny's Waitoo has fully convinced me of its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestiou. C Sinned ) JAMES J. OBRIEN. To Loasby's Walioo M'fg Co. Wahoo Dan bo obtained from all Chem ists, price 2s 6d, or post free from the sole Manufacturers and Proprietors. Xoasfoy's 'Walioo M'fg. Co. Ltd., 171 KENT-ST. SYDNEY. Fialoy JUratoft Water and Cordial Factory. Frederick iieasley wishes to in timate to tho inhabitants of Finley anil surrounding district that he 1ms com menced the erection of his NEW COllDIAL FACTORY, which he purposes furnishing with the latest and most improved machinery, so that tho public may rely on having the best of grated Waters, Cordials, &c. FREDERICK HKASLKY. 1 Touuinw'! uud Finley. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

About Town. Headers of the Jerilderie paper 'are familar with it. At first it created con siderable excitement. Week after week went by and the good people of Jerilderie ceased to wonder and pettled down to the fact that what so many of their neighbors said must be true. Any medicine that is en dorsed like Doan's Backache Kidney Pills soon becomes a household remedy. Ask any citizen of Jerilderie what will cure kidney trnuble9. The answer invariably is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills (but be sure they ARE Doan's). Mr. John Donaldson of River St., Hay, is a contractor and builder and has resided in Hay for 2f years. He tells us ' For nearly 1'2 years I suffered from my back, and kidneys, At times I was obliged to bend down on account of the pain, walking with bowed head and stooping back like a very old man. I had a nasty ache in the small of my back, and it always seemed as though some heavy weight were pressing on my kid neys. Even as a boy I waB troubled with pains in the back at int...

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The New Fiscal Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

'JHne jMcjv SSeisurtiaa'ts- It is wo'ndui f ul that a change Iia3 come too iu tlio fiscal policy, and the wily Reid has tc a leaf fiom his enemy's book, and claimed it a3 his own. It will certainly be hard for the poor to pay extra for their tea, coffee and liscaits, and especially the latter, for as prices lately ruled, a shilling's worth of biscuits aoddened in water (alcohol) would avert a pour iitmiijr » uuiigi-i iul u- least a day. Well, revenue must be raised, and perhaps it is tfac lenst offensive way, better thnn direct taxation. As the times get better, and men sip their glasses of beer, they do not want that taxed. Of course the groat mistake Keid made was not to adhere to the policy of moderate protection, which if he did, would have made him popular in llivorina tcday. As the Yankee loves a blend of choice liquors and liqueurs for a drink, so the future Australian will shape his fiscal policy, which must be a mongrel one. Mongrel breeds, too, are thought to be best, and ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

The Testimony of Mrs, MARGARET HAWKES, flocouchcuce, Cuiidford, r.ear Svdncy. ; „ (otvmr to oi™ kepoutcb.) . . Our reporter recontly .met with Mra. Margaret Hiiwlces, accoueheusoianil nurse, . lidar CrUildford Station (N.3. W.), who ad ministers to the wants of tlio district. Mra. Ilawhcs i.- -well-known and greatly likod the whole cijitiilry round. Sim received our reporter most iiDably aud said, ' I have Ropoatsdljf Recommended :nud pre3oribcd Clements Tonic for my ^ia: ients, anil it certainly was of groat benefit! ill' every case -where 1 advu-ed itu iibO. I ? ? have invansibly found,' she continued, ?' ClomcatoTonio to bs AHcisablo Homeciy, ? ? ? particularly - useful ? in restoring tlio strength of laditB after tlioir confinements. Tlio syatem then ismueli weakened, and to ncg:oct to givo a restorative is a serious irnstuko. lieforo I booamo acquainted with the benefits to be derivnd from the use of Clements Tonic I tiled many of those so ?called strongtheiiitig reait-dieo and...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

? v. Churcb Notices. /^ATilOUO OIIURCM.— UEBKIOAN ATs'D JliKIL \J DEIUE DISTKICTS: — Sunday, 13th Novcmbor. — Finloy, 8 nnd 11 a.m. JJcrrigun, 11 n.rru TocujuwjiI, 7.30 p.m. FATHER IIENNESSY,. Pabtoii /11IURCHOF ENGLAND.— URANA AND JERIL \J DEUIE PARISH flnnday, lath Novcmbcr.—Urana, 11 a.m. (H.C.); .?j-..' ? Round' Swamp, 3.30 p.m.; Uranff, 7*30 p.m. Sunday, 20th November.— Jerilderie, 11 tun. (II. O.), and 7.30 p.m. Children's Service, 3 p.m.; - ? Sunday, 27th Kovembor. — Mittagonji, 11 a.m.; Lockhart, 3 p.niv ; Brookonp, 7.80 p.m. CHARLES P. DAVIS, Incumukst.

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Government Assistance to Landholders. A NEW KILL INTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

Government Assistance to ULandlxoldera* A NEW KILL INTRODUCED. The Minister for Lands introduced a bill into the Legislative Assembly oil Thursday §rd lost:, the object of which was to enable the Government to advance loans on inort ? ^Sgciit'reasonable rates of interest to holders aud occupants of certain ClasBeB of laudB. ihe bill provides for the appointment by ihe Governor of an ' Advances to Settlers Board;' consisting of three paid Members, which shall have power to advance money 6n first mortgages of the following classes Of lands in the colony of New South' Wales (not being town or Suburban laivis within the meaning of the Crown Lands Acts) free from all incumbrance?,' liens, and interests, father than leasehold interests : — 1, freehold lands ? 2, lands held under conditional pur fchase or conditional lease under, the pro visions of the Crown Lands Acts; o, lands held under homestead selection Under the provisions of the Crown Lands Aet3 ; 4, lands held under settlement le/...

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The Yanko Cutting. HEIGHT OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

Viae Yanlio Cutting'. nEIGm' OF WATER. The following is the official praupe reading at the Yanko Creek, across- the cutting from- the Aluirum I bldgee River : — NOVEMBER: Da.v. . Date. = ft. -In. Thursday .. 3 ; ,. 8 2^ Friday .. , 4 . . . . 0 0 . Satumay 5- , .. . .. ft 2' L Sunday. ... 0 ? .. . ft 0 -Monday :. . ? 7:: :? ?? r=. 8 7 ' ? . Tuesday. .. ? 8: ' . 8 3J Wednesday . . 9* : 8 4 / JAMES E. COATES, * Caretaker. f cvilrtcvie gcvuW AND -i'-lDlSA'rVA' ^'3VVE2rff2NEBS. I: runiilSHED EVEItY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. ~ FRIDAY', NOVEMBER 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

To the Residents of TJraaa and District. Having disposed of my Business 'to MESSES. THORP & WELLS, I beg to thank mj constituents for tlio liberal support they liavo accorded me during the past eleven years, and re spectfully solicit a continuancc of the same on belialf of my succcssors. H. A. HILL. Having purchased tho business lately carried on by MR. H. A. 'HILL as General Storekeeper at. Urana, 'vrc trust that by strict personal attention to onr business, and by giving sterling value to receive a continuance of the same liberal suppoet hitherto accordcd our predecessor, and to retain the entire confidence of our clients. THORP & WELLS. j Special Horse Sales. I NUMURKAH: . .. Thursday, 17th November. ' ' ~ SHEPPARTON: Friday, 18th November. GAMPBELL k SONS, & J. M'NAMARA & CO. will hold Horse Sales as above, when over 500 HORSES 'will be forward. A large number of: Buyers will be in attendance. Sales commonce at 9 a.m. Urana Pound. IMPOCNDED at Dra...

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THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

THE BUDGET iSiscE our Jnst, when wo received' (lie first' intimation by wire of Mr;- Ecid's elinngc pf front, wo have learnt a little morc - 'of. =his : manoeuvring . frour his Budget spoeoh m llansard. From the metropolitan papers we gathor that the i immediate eil'eefc of it in tho shape of liinmmJ fnv.H™ 0.,-» ? k Itiwi Ku.umivii uiwviigu uuv; WUObUIUM I «is tho : absorbing . topic of ' convertation' I ?and debate among: tho ' people of New ? Soutli-. Wales. : Nor. isL this at all sur prising, for: .there ;is: nothing more prompt in its efTect i than a : Treasurer's 'statem ent when new .- taxation =is pro- - claimed.; The speech was delivered on the. 2nd inst., and - caugh t tine- grcnt majority, if not nearly all,- of the shrewd' commercial men of Sydney napping,' for' on the morning of the 3rd they awoke to-the- fact that there .was a new duty of 3d; per lb. on tea and raw coffee, (6dv on the manufactured' article); 4d per lb. on'chocolate and- cocoa, and £'3 per ton on. rice....

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"SIGNET TOBACCO." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

'SIGNET TOBACCO.' It has been proved to demonstration that smoking is uot injurious to the health when not carried to excess, which by the way is the case with everything, bnt a good whole some tobacco, such as the' Signet,' is Booth ing to the nerveB, and comforting to the senses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 11 November 1898

? .Wean lama Little Appetite and no Energy. These are symptoms that effect a Targe number of people. Below we give tlie testimonial of Mrs. A. Morgan, of East Brisbane, Queensland, who does not hesitate to tell you of just the remedy that cured her. - 'The past season I had a severe nt V; tack of dengue fever which left me ' fpeling very 'weak and languid with - ...little appetite and no energy. But I am pleased to say , ? in mm /Ssrsiftifft cured me. As a blood purifier and tonic for those who are affected by the intense lieat of tho Queensland sum mer' it is unequaled. I am pleased to : rccommeud it to all those who need n reliable remedy.' For constipation uko T-r. Ayor'a Pills. TUoy ' promptty rt»It«vn funl »uroly envo. T.iUo them with Dr. Aj«r's Sjuinparllla: o:1ca1iU tho other*

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