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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
[Daysdale Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. (Registered nnder A.J.C. Rules).' Thursday, 26th Jaauaty, 1899. ANNIVERSARY DAY. Programme. TRIAL STAKES of G Sovs. For all liorses that have never won a stake of over 6 sovs. at any race meeting. Maidens at time of starting allowed 71b. Six fur longs. Entrance 6s. To start at 12, noon. WELTER HANDICAP of 6 Sovs. Lowest weight 9st 71b. Amateur riders, to be members of the Daysdale Race Club or any other recognised club. 1 sov. from stake to go to second horse. Distance 7 furlongs. Entrance Cs. To start at 1.30 p.m. DAYSDALE HANDICAP of 12 sovs. 2 sovs. from stake to go to second horse. Distance 1 mile. Nomination, 8s j ac ceptance, 4s. To start at 2.15 p.m. SELLING RACE of 6 sovs. Winner to be sold for 4 sovs. Any surplus to go to the club. Weight forage. Entrance 6s. Distance 0 furlongs. To start at 3 p.m. . FLYING HANDICAP of 7 sovs. 2 sovs. from stake to go to second horse. Dis tance 6 furlongs. Nomination, 5s ; ac ceptance 2s. To start at 4 p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
A. Blifrlt Church Wijrmtavy. The Right Reverend Monsignor O'Brien,'. Rector of St. John's College, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of LOASBY'S 'WAHOO' in the following terms. ; -;.. »r. ©'BBrien's i, Statement. St. John's College. Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. Dear Sirs, ; A trial of IjOABBY's WAHOO lias fully convinced imo of . its exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. ( Sinned ) JAMES J. OBRIEN. To Lonsby's Walioo M'fg Co. Xonsls.y'fl Waboo ?: can be obtained from all Chera ; ists, price 2s fid, or post free from the ? sole ? Manufacturers and Proprietors. LoasTjy's Wakoo M'fg1. Co. Ltd., 171 KENT-ST, SYDNEY, Public Notice. ' C. J. CURTIN A NNOUNCES to the Public Generally xX that he lins started - BUTCHERING in one of his new Shops adjoining his Hotel. ; Having a large number of. Stock on hand he is . prepared . to supply, v the public at' i Drought Prices as .follows;: — ? ? v. MUTTON. ' pence. I Whole or a Side' .... per lb, 1} IJind Quarter ' ? ,2£ Fore Quntter ? ']Jr Coi...
Tocumwal. December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
Tocimnvnl. December 8. * A delightfully --cool' change-; has .taken; place in the weather, :.Oii,Sunday. and Mon day the' heat wns terrific,-; the - tbei mometer registering 110. this was 'about the - hottest, it Ims been here tiiis rummer, and lhe;effects on ; what vegetation ; there :i?,' nre; anything l but.'beniflcial, .The dust Btornis which 'have, been of stich fn quen t occunence: during the; i past few' weeks have removed, large quan titits ofsaild during tin lr »l:iil-I nnd it is sud that in's iinu of the paddncKsi about nil re the old lirnsh f( nccs nre-' till up, . flint sheep, can walk ovir tlu.m - winy tu . he. saml being swept up against thu fences by the wind, thus making n kind of rondwny over them. At ilie met ting of the Progress Associaliorr held during the week, the secretary wns in structed to npi'ly for a piece of land for a Show ground. Permission lins a'rindy been granted for to hold shows on a portion of the Park, but is considered advisable to have land ves...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
WOOL SALES. Tlie Sydney Wool Selling Broken'' Asso ciation i;i;pprt,for the week ending 3rd iust. as' follows':— Wool.— 35,804 bales 'offered, the , sale's f amounting to 32,353- baks. As may'.ba'.judged'.from'the'lar^c quantity sold, „the market, 'during the week has been very active, and save' for'occnpional irregularity, mainly the result of tho news regardini; the disappointin^l'openi'ng of tho November sahs in London, rates as a whole have maintained the previous week's currency. Best merinos in the grease have been most affected, though even, for them the market ennnot be snid to be quotably lower.. All otln-r deseiiptions have sold remarkably well nnd if the market is' never worse than- it has been, during the past vvec-k those interested will have little of which to- complain; - The record for the w.eek in the creasy section was :12d, up to which the XE in diamond;, from R.vlstonc, eold. In scoured the top figure was 17jd; un to whichj the EU&Oo. over Bimbaa clip fro...
Daysdlale. December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
JBnysrtale. December GI Since my last tlie weather has been very hot and dry, with. hot winds and occasional' dust showers. I find I was wrong in sr.yirig that the Gaiety Minstrels had tho Hall of the School of Arts engaged for the nish't of the 16th. aa: they have not yet settled on what date they will appear, bo I thought it. better l o let your' readers know to avoid disappointment. On Wednesday night last, a meeting of the Daysdale and Triangle Cricket Clubs wns held; when it was agreed to amalgamate tho two clubs with Mr. G. J Johnston J.P'as President nnd Mr. H. L. Yates as Hon.. Secretary. A lot of new tools have been' sent for and we hope to be able soon to put good eleven in the field. Mr.. Irwin Smith Licensed Surveyor of' Albury is camped b'ere surveying-the Mah onga Exchange lands which it is to be hoped' will soon be thrown open, .as the land is good' and runs right up to the township. The ladies of the township have decided to' have a Christmas tree for the children in...
DISTRICT NEWS. Barooga. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] Barooga. December 1. Hay cutting has been almost entirely com- pleted in this neighbourhood and stripping has been begun by many. There are some very fair crops, a rather surprising thing considering the terrific season through which we have passed. Mr. A. Dunleavy began to strip yesterday, and so far it is going 3 bags to the acre. There are about 600 acres to put through between him and his brother and it is calculated they will average 2½ bags to the acre or a total of 1500. Mr. M'Farland has intimated to many of &nbsp; the half-share men on the Barooga estate whose crops have been a failure, that he will carry them through for another season, see- ing the unfortunate time they have had, and the water channel he has carried on some 12 . or 14 miles in the direction of Berrigan will &nbsp; be a great boom to the residents along and close to the route of the channel. Cross channels eastward have also been sent out from t...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. &nbsp; SIR, — Do you remember some two years ago a bit of a stink about imported scalps on Brookong? I have found out the market now, and even among thieves there's no honor, because a man had to travel from here to Urana to take it out of the hide of one of the importers, who had him for £3 18s, being 738 scalps at a penny a scalp. As yet I have had no acknowledgement or apology from the thief, who stole my tele- phonic message, which I believe was an out- come of the same racket. There is a grand crop of rabbits here, all sizes from your fist &nbsp; to the ragged ear grandfather. More power to them. — Yours, &c., &nbsp; PHIL MOUBRAY.
Urana. December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 9 December 1898
Urana. December 6. &nbsp; We have had very dusty weather and nothing else, with varying winds to carry the dust about. At the present time there not the slightest indication of a change for rain. I hear that a commencement is to be made &nbsp; with bringing the water from the upper part of the creek into the town reservoir by pumping. The Progress Committee have received a sum of money from the Depart- ment for expending on a dam across the creek above the present one to impound the water. When the dam is finished machinery will be supplied to do the necessary pump- ing, and then no doubt we will have a fair supply of the precious fluid. The Committee &nbsp; are acting with promptitude in this matter they have already called for tenders for the dam and will consider them one of these days. I hear that there is a probability of a race meeting being held here on New Year's Day. The secretary of our Racing Club has &nbsp; taken the matter in hand, and, I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
JEBtCBTS'ESS KOTICJffi!*. [ Berrigan Soap Factory. R. STRUCK ?^Xr iSHKS tn inCorin the Public llint lie Vt is prepared to exchange Soup Cor Fat. Fat to be delivered nt Railway Station or to . . Mr. W. TnouMAJf, T.ooal Agent, jKRILDF.r.IU. Ask vnnr Htorrkeepor for ' II ANSA SOAP, the best in the Market, and take no other. R. STRUCK, : Soaprnaker, Berrigan. George Mahoney & Co., ? (LATE MARK WHITBY) GENERAL Blaoksmiths & Whoolwrights, ? JJGMfflt/WiEBMJS. All kinds oj Machinery Repaired. Horses Carefully Shod by Experienced Workmen. Agent for the principal Agricultural Imple ment Makers in Melbourne, Sydney, Mid Granville. Mackenzie Brothers, 'STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENTS, S3 I Ti'S '5J X Rf. - AGENTS FOR : Powers, Rutherford ifc Co., Melbourne. The Northern Assurance Company. Union Mortgage and Agency Company Ltd. of Australia. John Cooke & Co. Kemp|s Patent Sheep Branding Liqnid. wTdwyer, jPrlze isnjryy nswiMer. WO JTiBi©ST W OK © . Sulkies...
POLICE COUNT. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Wise, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
POLICE COURT. ' ' (Before the P.M. and Mr. Wise, J.P.) Hawkera' hceneeB were granted to Jualla Singh, Tehram Singh, and Slien Singh. Police v. Danson and Shannon. Mr. H. H. Solomon for defendants. 'Mr. Solomon submitted that as the case for the prosecu. tion waa closed and as there bad not been, from the evidence given, anything proved against the defendants, a dismi8sal should bo granted. The P.M. said there was a sus picion running through the evidence against Danson, but there was no case to justify him in sending it to a higher court, so he would dismiss the information.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Wise, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Wise, J.P.) Powell v. Curtin. A notice waB submitted that the summons waa withdrawn. Mr. Curtin produced a receipt showing that the amount had been Daid some time before issue of summona, and asked for costs. The P.M. asked had he previously received notice of the withdrawal, and, Mr. Curtin aeknow ledging he had, the P.M. declined to allow aame. 51 r. Curtin said he only asked for costB so as to make tho complainant more careful in future in issuing a summons ; it was not a nice thing to have a case like this appearing in the public press. Smith v. Farranee. Verdict for amount and costs. Smith v. Byiers. Money paid into court. Brovman v. M'Pherson. Verdict for amount and coats, M'Caughey v. Shinnick, damages £10 for illegal impounding. Mr. Solomon for com plainant. After the evidence of the owner and a boundary rider had been taken, the defendant asked for an adjournment of the case till next Court, ao that he minht have legal advice. The...
Court Proceedings. JERILDERIE LICENSING COURT. Tuesday, 13TH DECEMBER, 1893. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Wise and M'Caughey, Licensing Members.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
Coaarfc . BT'roceeiainjr.H. ? ? . mp. ? JERILDERIE LICENSING COURT. Tuesday, 13th December, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Wise and M'Caughey, Licensing Members.) Renewals of billiard licenses were granted the following W. F. Egnn, Royal Mail Hotel, Jerilderie; W. White, Court House Hotel, Jerilderie; C. J. Curtin, Riverina Hotel, Jeri'.derie ; W. Clark, Jerilderie ; R. W. Morrison, Federal Hotel, Berrigan ; E. M'Grady, Royal Hotel, licrrisjan ; W. J. liurbury, Tuppal Hotel, Finley ; W.Tindale, Murray Hut Hotel, Finley ; M. J. O'Brien, Terminus Hotel. Finley ; H. H. Casey, Tat tersall's Hotel, Tocumwal. An application for the transfer of a bil liard license from S. Searlii to W. Davidson waa granted on the production of license. (There was no application lodged for a renewal in this case). Booth licenses were granted to W. F. Egan for booth pn 26th and 27th December, also on 2nd and 3rd January next.
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
, WOOL- SALES. Melbourne. December 12. Dalgety & Company, Limited, sold to-day 2,800 bales wool, including representative clips from all the colonies, and the first ap preciable quantity of Tasmanian wools. They had a very animated 'stile, late values being firmly maintained, except for medium and- inferior crossbreds whitili sold irregu larly. Merinos from Tasmania realised up to lOrt, comehaelf to-.ujtt, lair. cro3soreas to 8d, Lincoln 5d to 5Jd, nnd scoured merino to 16(1. ' The sales will be discontinued fiom end of this week until 'after the New Year, when there is every' prospect of a brisk demand, and satisfactory prices for merinos and tine crossbreds. Melbourne, December 12. The Co-operatire Wool Jc Produce Co., Ltd., report We held a sale to-day when 'we submitted a catalogue containing prin cipally greasy crossbred and scoured merino wools. For the former the top price we ob tained w as 10£ 1 for 5 bales of Willow Vale oyer AT (Strathdowni''), which was of fine an...
The Yanko Cutting HEIGHT OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
Ibc Tanko Cuttiim HEIGHT OF WATER. ; Tub following is the official gauco reading at the Yanko Creek, across the cutting from tho Murrum bldgee lliver ' NOVEMBER. Day. Date. ft. in. Thursday . . 8 . . . . 2 10 Friday .' . 0 . . .28 Saturday . . 10 . . . . 2 6 Sunday' . . 11 . . ..24 Monday . . 12 . . ..22$ Tuesday . . 13 . . . . 2 , li Wednesday . . 14 . . ..20 JAMES E. CQATES, Caretaker. aT-hc gmiikvb ^cvahl AND VnASTA AES VKSlT*HEBt , P01JT.IBIIED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16.
Wanganella. December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
Wan g'anella. December 6, Just a few notes to let you know how thinga are down this way. I am sorry I cannot give a good report ; indeed, I have not aeen it ao bad here since 1886. The common topic is when are wa going to have the creek down again. The last fresh is expected to arrive here to-night or to-morrow, Dut trora an accounts 1 am atraia it will not get down much further than the previous one.. The stations and ? holdings below Waneanella have not yet had any water, a„t\d it seemB are not likely to have t-ny this aeaaon. It is undoubtedly very hard that water should be held back by dams up your way while our stock are perishing for the want of it. I should say let the water run right through to the Moulamein first, and then bank up the dams. That would give everyone on the Billabong a show. It ia not so long since the town'spenplo here had to cart wnter from wells. ? That reminds me. We have a beautiful well which cost, 1 am told, some where about £1100, but the water from i...
RENT OF HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
RENT OF HOMESTEAD SELEC TIONS. Some few weeks ago in an article in this paper was pointed out a few of the 1 hardships that our homestead selectors i had to contend with, and to those men tioned then, might be added the capital value which the Crown places on these holdings as a rule. .Prior to the ad vent of our present Minister for Lands it was not an unusual thing when local pressure was brought to bear on tl;e Ministers to have certain lands made available for settlement for tho reqneit to be granted, but in such a manner aj to prevent them from being taken up The manner was this: The land was thrown open in Bmall areas from 16C acres up to 480 acres at a capital value from £2 to £4 or more per acre Where the land was made special areas the deposit money was from 4s to 8s per acre. With the size of the areas, and the price fixed, the areas were seldom touched. In some cases, how ever, there were fountl some who even at these prices made the attempt of try ing to make homes there...
[?] December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
T«ci «WT-tr.. ;v. T^cember 14. The ? wentT.jr very ci.^u^eable, eonse* 'Qtieotly 'n ' nrisib-n\ oi ? peraonf we Buffering ... -.Ll -jold3 aad 'V- . '-'-i day it' is hot and perhaps the next you have to wrap up on account of the cold! AH hopes of a flood seem to be wrecked, as the river is still low. The Gqvernment ateamer Forrester ib still moored here. Constable Saunby who has been stationed in Tocumwal for some time, left a few days ago for Deniliquin. During hia Btay here Mr. Saunby earned a good reputation and left with the well wiahea of his many friends. Notification has been received from Mr. Hayes to the effect that it ia the intention of the Government to erect a brick Post Office, instead of a wooden building as waa first in tended. The Rev. Father Hennessy haa announced his intention of establishing a Catholic School in Tocumwal after the Christmas Holidays. On Friday evening last, a pleasant sur prise party was tendered t'- Miss Dunne by her many fri mds on the anniversa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
Chanpion Blood Purifier Probatlv all of our readers know some thing of George W. Walkor, of G2T Bourke Bt., Surrj Hills, Sidney, N.S. W. Ho glvos us this umyual and most remar'-°blo experi ence: ' After being a victim to typhoid, brain and rlieumatio fevers In 1892, my system was left In a debilitated condition. Besides being very weak I had numerous abseosses on tho lowor part of my back and splno from which a great number of pieces of bono wero taken. As fast as an abscess would appear and was lanced another would form. 1 was treated at two different hospitals without success, tho surgeons in attendance informing me that I was suHeriiicfrom blood poisoning. Tho abs cesses continued to form and 1 was nover without pain uutll six mouths ago Iwas induced to try Mrs Seraptfii When I had takon tlio first bottle I found an Improvement and after finishing twelve hot ties I now feel as well as ever I (lid in my life. Ino old abscesses have all healed, new ones havo ceased to come and my h...
(BY CITRIC) December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 16 December 1898
. (Rt CiT'aio ') ? ? ?' D-'C mhnr IS. The wnatht'T is sMll ..Hot a'nil dry,' with ?ong winds froto' the 'west* .' Dust Ja very '-tiful. ' '? ? Such croua as there are iu the district are | being harvested. The yields nre very small, I saw a man yesterday who has 250 acres under orop lie says he will average a shade under two bushels to the acre, and he con sidera himself moro fortunate than most of his neighbors. A contract has been let for tho formation of a dam across the creek at the upper end of the town, into which the water now in the preaent dam is to be pumped ; thuB it win preaent less surrnce to evaporation ana, it is to bo hoped, last us through the sum mer. Anyhow, it is all we have, and who can aay when we will get more. At the School of Arte on Friday last the three essays on the 'Introduction of Colored RaceB into Australia ' were read, and a dis thereon begun ; but ns the' essayists took the view that their introduction should be condemned totally, and one or two spe...