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Tocumwal Race Club. NOMINATIONS. JUMPERS' HANDICAP FLAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 23 December 1898
fociimwiil Race Cliibi, NOMINATIONS,. Jumpers'^ Handicap Flat -Race,-.. ?t l.mile 3.furlongs.. Novice* L.L.B.D.- Magio ? Caristock- Reply; . v: ii Tocumwal-. Handicap,-. l;milel-furlong. Creolb- Honey. Bee .-Bruce CountermarcU'i— ;. Cockcrow.- Solstice .Vanitas Winchester.- -. Riverina . ! ' President's Stakes.-, ' l.raile. ... ' Yanitiis- Magic , . ? Eorette- . Cockcrow Solstice- ' Florence Flaslfc: ?! ciJ' .Innlsfaili Riverina, ;? , ' jCutnlodcnj. , ' r ' ; Flying-. Handicap.- - - . C, furlongs. . ;. Creole. Honey -Bee ? ? ? Thisbe- Biuce Lorette- Gountcrmarchi v Cockcrow- . Solstice, ; ;? : ? Riverina, ...-Hindu . ^. s ? Vindicator- ? Iunisfail ; : Winchester- ' New,- Yeah's Gift Handicap;, v . 7. furlongs. Nortliwood Vindicator Thisbe Novice ' ', Takemiss. : T.orelte Florence. Flask: Reply- , . . ,
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 23 December 1898
Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From Our Own Correspondent.) SYDNEY, Friday. Wheat to-day is from 2s lOd to, 3.a per bushel. The market for sheep is dull. Prim.o merino wothcrs brought 8s lid, good 6s 6d to 7s, medium trom 5s to 5s 6d. Cattle — Prime bullocks to £0 10s, extra £7 lzs, good Ail to £-0, medium. £3 to £i. The Legislative Council last night passed the Appropriation Bill, also tho Land and Income Tax Declaratory Bill. In the Legislative Assembly tho Premier made a statement in regard to Federation. All the resolutions, including Mr. M'Gowen's, are to bo placed before tho Federal Confeienco of Premiers. That conference would discuss what subsequent steps must he taken. Mr. Barton expressed himself, as ap prehensive that Mr. Roid had largely increased the difficulties in the way of Federation. The Premier also stated that a scliemo of the city railway extension jvliich would not snoil Hvdo Park was in contemplation. He also said the present state of the finan...
The Jerilderie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 23 December 1898
'ITIse .3 ea'illflnjii'ae JS aiaaa«ajt;!iS I'OiBiU'iJ. The usual fortnightly lnue'iii': of the above was hold in the (Jouneil Chambers i;it Tues day evening Inst. All tlio members Were present, the Major in tlie chair. The min utes of the last meeting were read and con firmed. Correspondence was rind as follows : — To Mr. Hayes, ft seeing lia'Uny Commis-. sioners in reference to water supply. To Government Printer, forwarding state ment for publication in Gazette. To Messrs. Moule, Hamilton & Co., re creeks. To Government Statistician, sending ab stract of statement. To Postmaster-General, asking for a bi weekly mail to Oaklands Post Office. To Aid. M'Vittie, that lie had been ap pointed by Executive. To Berrigan Progress Association re water supplv in Southern Riverina. To Mr. Hayes, M.P., asking him to see the Minister for Lands ami point out tiiat the areas being surveyed 011 North Yathong were too small for settlement purposes and to try and get them increased. From Rail...
The Wheat Harvest. GOVERNMENT STATISTICIAN'S ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 23 December 1898
Tlio Wheat Harvest. GOVERNMENT. STATISTICIAN'S ESTIMATE. The Government statist has issued his preliminary estimate of the yield of. wheat for the colony for the present harvest. He places the area under wheat cultivation at 1,46G,929 acres,, of which 1;126',337 acres have been reoped'for grain, against 993,350 acres reaped last year. Despite tho in-. crcased acreage harvested the yield this year is set down at 9,072,352. bushels, an ayerago of S'l per i acre, against an output, of 10,560,111 bushels (an. average of 10 G per acre) last season. The total shrinkage for the year is 1,488,000 bushels, and the average of 8-1 bushels per acre is the lowest- since 1870, when the average was C 8 bushels,, with the exception of the year 1888,' wlicn owing to' the complete failure of the crop only 4-8 bushels per. acre were reaped. All divisions of the colony except the central tableland suffered from the eff.Jct of: droughti. This was especially, the case in Riverina, where the yield was so ...
THE PHILIPPINES. LONDON, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
THE PHILIPPINES. . London, December 23. The latest intelligence from the Philippine Islands states that the Fillipino or Local Congress has adjourned, as it was unablo- to agree upon any constitution. The Cabinet has therefore resigned, and M. Molini, a member of the Irreconcilable Party, is en deavoring to form a Government. Senor Aquinaldo, the Insurgent leader, has fled to Cavitc, a fortified seaport of Luzon, fearing that he will be assassinated.
Tocumwal Race Club. NOMINATIONS. JUMPERS' HANDICAP FLAT RACE. 1 mile 3 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
Toeiitnwal ISace. Clnb. NOMINATIONS. Jumpers' Handicap Flat Race. 1 mile 3 furlongs. st. lb Bt. lb L.L.B.D. 10 5 I Cavistoek 0 2 Reply 9 9 Magic 9 0 Novice 9 5 | Tooumwatj Handicap. 1 mile 1 furlong. Honey Bee 10 5 Winchester 7 11 Countermarch 9 3 Solstice ? 7 -7 Bruce 8 13 Riverina 7 , 6 Creole 8 9 Vanitas . G 7 Cockcrow 8 6 President's Stakes. 1 mile. 10.0 minimum. Cockcrow 12 9 Cumlodeii - 10 0 Florence Flask 12 2 Magic ' 10 0 Solstice 1 1 12 Vanitas ? - - 10 0 Riverina 11 9 Innisfail 10 ;0 Lorette 10 7 ' ' i Flying Handicap. G furlongs. I Honey Bee ? 10 9- Vindicator 8 0 'Countermarch 9 -9 Solstice ? 7 11 Bruce *9 3 Riverina * 7 8 Winchester - 9 2 Lorette 6 7 ?Thisbe 9 2 Innisfail 6 7 Cockcrow 8 11 Hinda' 6 7 Creole ? 8-9 ,- New Year's Gift HANDroAP. 7 furlongs.- 8.0 minimum, Thisbe ' 10 12 Nonce 8 10 Florence Flask 10 , 2 Lorette 8 3 Vindicator . 9. 9 'Reply 8 0 Takemiss - 8 13 Northwood 8 0 . - W. E Dakin, Handicapper.
The Humula Sheep Case. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
.'JTIae SSaeop Case. The above case, in which C. D. Bardwell, of Oberne, near Tttrcutta, sued John Cheney, Junr., of Opossum Plains, near Huinuln, was concluded before the P.M. lust, week at Wagga. It was alleged, that the defendant, between 1st January and 12th September, did steal 1-1 sheep the propci ty of complain ant. The P.M., after reviewing the main points in the case and mentioning what he considered tbe weak features of the com plainant's case, said that ou tho various grounds he had mentioned he exonerated the defendant from any felonious intent, how ever the skins came into liis possession, and he discharged him. During the examination of the accused by the solicitor for the. prose cution the following, which we reprint from the Wcujga Express, took place re garding the Coree sheep ' Did the sergeant ask you during the course of the search if you hnd any Coree sheep ? — Yes, I said I had two or three. You understood by Coree that they were Coree bred 1 — Yes. What is the...
Rainfall in Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
Kaiiifall in Jerilderie. 1895 1890 189' 1898 Month „ 3 „ 2 _i2 » I ' I 'I I 'I I S Sep. », S p. January .... 2 94 3 100 4 227 0 0 Fobruary .. 3 295 2 135 1 0 2 40 March .. .. 1 130 2 83 0 0 0 0 April .. .. 3 123 3 280 0 0 1 30 May.. .. ... 3 124 0 170 3 29 3 51 Juno .. .. 10 203 0 135 7 224 5 123 July .... 6 63 2 60 8 165 8 117 August .... 0 170 4 05 6 222 7 130 September .. 3 39 0 120 8 162 5 09 October . . .. 2 105 1 30 3 40 3 124 November .. 0 0 6 172 2 40 3 08 December .. 2 158 0 0 3 140 1 18 - 41 16.0 40 13-6 45 Il2 *3 38 7 '81 $ci'U(U4vic gcuitd AXD rUnWSHED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30
AUSTRIA AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
AUSTRIA AND GERMANY. Intense excitement was caused in diplo matic ciroles of Austria and Germanv re cently owing to a threat by Count Thun Hohenstien, the Austrian Premier nnd Minister of tho Interior, that if Prussia ; continued to expel the Poles and the Czechs a Austria would retaliate. i| The Berlin journals condemned the utter :V| ance as an unwarrantable menace, a It was expected that the Austrian Premier r| would resign owing to the ferment occa $ Bionod. $ The Austrian Government, which jneludes '5 Count Golnehowski, Minister for Foreign Affairs, who gave the threat his concurrence, | has now express d rjrjr.t at the tenor of the % Premier's speech;
DREYFUS UNMOVED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
DREYFUS UNMOVED. London, Wednesday. A resident of Cayenne, whore ex-Captain DreyfuB is imprisoned, reports that Captain Dreyfus was quite unmoved when told that it had been decided to order the Court of Cassation to revise his case. The same authority further stated that uaprain ureytus is mentally enteebled and greatly depressed as a result of his confine ment. It is expected that ho will sail for Paris on the 3rd January next. M. De B'owitz, the l'nris correspondent of the Times states that tho ultra-secret dossier will be communicated to Caplain Dreyfus himself and to his counsel. It records, ho says, the nnmcs of the secret agents ahroad 'who are in the pay of the French Govern ment, 'nnd explains the mennB of espionage that, the nrmy bureau '-employed to proci r.: the forged documents used to convict Cap tain Dreyfus,
THE PASSING YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
THE PASSING YEAR. 'Another year is just about -passing ;away for ever, and although- it goes to join the past,, unlike many gone before, it will be long remembered ' by us with anything but pleasing memories. Its i predecessor was thought to have been bad enough- to those of our residents in the south-west portion of our colony, and the coming of the present one was looked forward to with the hope that the trials and troubles experienced in 1897 would not be repeated, perhaps, for years, but as month after month passed with no signs of ieturning pros perity in-the shape of a thorough break tip of the disastrous drought, which had played havoc with onr stock and our crops from the previous season, our -hopos:' gradually sank. While onr graniers hoped on that the dry autumn might bring a wet winter, which would give them grass and Till their tanks for the coming year, our agriculturalists worked laboriously on at the hardened soil to break it up for the seed. Thus matters went on with...
PROPOSED PACIFIC CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
PROPOSED PACIFIC CABLES. ? The Canadian Government . hns agreed to defray portion of the cost of the proposed Pacific coble service. The arrangement lias I been made for Canada and Great Britain tO | provide five-ninths of the requisite! amount. in nnnnl cViorno | Two powerful American corporations are I seeking a Government concession in connec | tion with a proposal to lay a cable from the | United States to the Far East. The proposal ;| is to connect America with Hawaii, the -o Ladrones, the Philipines, Japan and China. || The United States Government has an ?| nounced that it is intended to establish a % cable station on Wake Ialand, one of the (| Anson Archipelago, in the Pacific. This -8 island was occupied during the recent war || with Spoin by an American force, and to a which the gunboat Bennington has been S| despatched to take absolute possession.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 30 December 1898
FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout Queensland. 'We give the following testimony from Mr. Frank P. Peacock of Given Terrace, Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord ?with thousands of others : 'I have used Dr. Ayer's SarsapariHa' in my family for indigestion, loss of appetite, and as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I have been pleased to recommend it to my friends and in many cases they have used it with equal satisfaction. AVER'S Smaparffla is a household remedy throughout Queensland. It is tlie kind that cures.' . * For constipation tKki» Dr. Ayer'n TIIIr. Th«y rVFtf'y relieve' nnd surely euro. Tako thorn Vila Dr. Ayoi'» .^*rcapuriIiu: ono aids thy oilier.