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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Terrible plagues those itchinz, pestering dis ascs of the pkin. Put an end to misery. Donn's Oiatment cures. At any dealer's. I

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

The Railway Commissioners announce tho issue of tickets to Melbourne at cheap fares by the train leaving Jerilderie at 7.30 a.m, on 12th January, available for return up to ICth February. Particulars are advertised. The weather during the week has been most disagreeable. On Sunday (New Years' Day) from early morning till nearly sunset it was one continued storm of dust, almost blinding at times. The next day heavy dust storms blew at intervals, and the same may be said of yesterday aud the day before. At the amateur coucert held in Hardie's Assembly Hall on Monday night last, there was a crowded 'house. The performers gave general satisfaction. The Committee netted between £12 and £13 over the performance. At the Crown Lands Office, Urann, at noon on tho 1st March, will be sold by pub lic auction, portion 48, of 411} acies, parish Kendall, aud portion 5, of 140J acre's ; por tion 21, of 82 acres, and portion 52, of 81. acreB, parish Watt, county Urana. At Cor owa same day will be so...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

? e . Stocfc affoveiweBitfs. The following are the movements of stock for. the past fortnight ' 4500 mixed sheep, Yamma to Barham, A. , OIKeefe owner. 3792 do., Puokawidgoe to Union Bank, Muttama, Gnnd'apai. ? 6120 do., Mackay k Copland, Pomingalarna ex Hart wood. 2000 weaners, Bundure to Ross Bros., Kin ross, Germanton. 100 rams, do. to Bis Sprines, Wagea. 660 do., Nowranie to Bie Sprlnus. 1005 stud ewes, Coree to Kinross, owner D. ? M'Caughey. 3230 w. weaners, Wunnamurra to Balfour & Sons, Round Hill, Culcairo. 8000 ewe weaners, Bundure to Gonn Sta tion, Barhnm. 1000 hoeRets, Mrs. Pcarse, Pine Grove, to Narandera. 4704 ewes, Nowranie to Andrews Bros,, Bercmbed, Narandera. : 80 rams, ditto. 2000 wpaners, Bundure to Ross Bros., Kin ross. 6165 do., Steam Plains to Tocumwa'. 14000 eweB, Wunnamurra to Ellerslie. 2000 ewes, Berrigan Station to Ringwood, A, C. Wilson owner. 30 rnm9, ditto. 1561 crossbred ewes, Rrowley, Narandora, to Od-ly it Sons, Deniliquiu. 31 Lincoln rams, dit...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Latest Intelligence. ? o ? ? [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From Oar Own Correspondent.) SYDNEY. Fhiday. Sales in wheat arc slack ; the buyers nro offering 2s 8il per bushel, and the sellers want 2s lOd. At Homebush yesterday sheep wore lower ; prime merino wethers brought from 8s to 9s, good to 7s Gd, medium to Cs. Cattlo were also lower ; primo bullocks brought to £7 10s, good to £o 10s, and medium to £4, A magistrate at Nundle yesterday held that agents for sewing machines required to hold hawkers' licenses for selling. At Chalmers' Church yesterday afternoon tho Rev. George Buchanan held a special service for the unem ployed. Tho body of Mr. Patrick Daley, a well-known grazier, was found in the Edwards River yesterday. The Drummoyne sensation was before the Police Court yesterday. Constable Mitchell was charged with firing at Constable Prowsc. After tho evidence for the prosecution was concluded, tho case was adjourned till Monday. The Rev. Father P. .Tanim, who was for 26 years a mi...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Presentation to Miss Cronin [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

^Presentation to Miss Cronfn A pleasant gathering „took place in the new R. C. School on Thursday last, when a number of friends of Miss Cronin.assembled to sny good-bye on the occasion of her departure from Jerilderie. ' Miss Cronin lias had charge of the Catholic School here for i nearly nine years, during winch time ber un remitting caie for the children, and genial personality, lins made her a. host of friends, and 'it' is felt: amougst tho 'community ? to: ;whicli'S.helbelonged-thnt there. will be great difficiiltyi il! procuring a teaehcriso emiueuily adapted for tli.± position. ' , ^? Tlic senior pupil, vMJss Elsii:. Ryan, read, an address in the following 'terms,' ^ ' lo Mi«s M Cronul^ 'uiMtiie ''.''Dear' Mis3 ' Oiomit, — Wig. ' pupils and fiii-niis; J. 'M'n liV, learn; with eMxidin, i, 1 i ot ion 1 fimiaiti.''! of tln ,I.-S 1 IOII lit l--ll- 11 1. Duniiaeyour loiiii siO' ui riii here the najnsr iiikini;: assiil 111 ty you shave :: ill ways?so;abt» . exercised itii Uie perto...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Travelling Stock Routes. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Travelling- Stock Routes. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. An iirportant decision under tlie law re- j : lating to travelling stock was given at the i 'Dubbo Police Court last week. Tlie district stock inspector (Mr. R. G. Dulbunty), pro ceeded against a well-known drover, named A. M. Black, for briacli of Uic Act in taking sheep (from Mcrrigal to Tuoiingley, some 80 miles) by other than the direct route ordinarily used for travelling stock. The | defendant had been engagid to conduct a large mob of sheep from Merrigal to Tom- i inglty., and had beeu furnished by the owner I with a permit, signed by the acting stock in- | spector^at Warren for a r -ute via Collie and Giugiu to Tomingley. The only practicable road between Collie and Gingin lies through i the large holding of Bundemar, the propirty I of Mr. F. E. Body. This road is a two and three chain road (measured and pegged), but is not an authorised travelling stoek route. Black, actine on the directions indicated by liis ^permit, after l...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Pi {»(!?-? in 5 A-Ji'«rt3.-ososf«-l.»i. Ur;.nn, Pauad. IMPOUNDED at Crana on the 27th day o£ December, 1 803, from Uutherwuli, by F ]. 13. Whitehead, Esq. — ii6 mixed sheep, various earmarks and rx brands. Some are branded liko []] on back. If not released and expenses paid will be jnld at this Pound at noon first Thursday pftor publication in ihe Government GpMtte. J. WISE, Poundkeepor. Notic? of Dissolution. ?VrOTIOB is hereby given that the Partner _Ll ship hitherto existing between the undersigned undir the firm title of M. k II. WISE, Butchtra, Urana, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. By agreement between the undersigned, all liabilities of the firm are hereby assumed by Henry S. Wise, who will henceforth carry on the btisinese under his own name. All debts due to the tins must be paid to the said Henry S. Wise, nnd promptness is requested in suoh settle ment. Dated at Ufana lli'.s 29th day of Decem ber.' 1898. HENRY'S. WISE. . MATTHEW J. WISE. Witness : II. A. IIILL, J....

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

. Business Xotkces Xinas Goods Xmas Goods great Hog Safe '' . —OF— ' ; Summer Goods, and all Classes of Greneral -y t Drapery : —AT THE — '- ? Sydney cash store f'J hjkjx apifflKiE. : , J ? — ? ; ? . a. ; 'to announce to his Customers, and the Public generally, that ? rowing to the increase of business he has had to enlarge, and make ? i-xtiMisive additions to his buildings, and while these are being 'done he.: has. ' il(':ided, to make ? . GREAT REDUCTIONS From 15 to 25 per cent on Cost Price. ' ' ' His reasons for thus sacrificing his goods are: firstly, that while the altera ?' i tions are being made he is placed afgreat inconvenience in' shifting and removing ^ his goods; and secondly, to make mor.e room for large; shipments expected in a month or so's time. ' ' ; - He also wishes to announce that on and after the first of the New Year he i intends to open ? ? Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, and j Furniture Departments ? in conjunction with the present Drapery establishment, and...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

On the last day of the sitting of the Legislative Assembly Mr. Hayes asked the Minister for Lands, in reference lo tho rent of homestead selectors, whether he ( the Minister) would take into con sideration the position of the homestead selectors who have lost their crops this year and are unable to pay their rents. There is a provision in tho Land Act by which ordinary selectors get a re mission of their rents, but as the pro vision does not apply to homestead selectors he asked the lion, gentleman whether he would take into considera tion the necessity of remitting the rent for the current year in those cases where there has been a loss of crops. The Minister in reply said : ' All cases will bo taken into consideration, wlietlior they are homestead selectors, home stead lessees, conditional purchasers, or squatters. So far as the Government are concerned they intend to be merciful to those who are enduring such a ter rible drought.' From a memo, received by us from Mr. Hayes we lea...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The Yanko Cutting. HEIGHT OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Hie Yaitho Csitting'. HEIGHT OF WATER. The following is the official gauge reading at tho Yanko Creek, aoroas tl)e cutting from the Alurrum bidjfee River DECEMBER. Day. Date. « ft. in. Thursday .. 22 .. . 1.5 Friday . . 23 ....,14$ Saturday . . 24 . . . . 1 8J Sunday . . 25 . . . , 13 Monday .. 20 .. ?.. 13 Tuesday .. 27 .. .. 13 Wednesday.. 2S .. ? 2. The creek stopped running on Monday, tho 20th. j^mes.eI coates, . Caretaker. gcvihkvk ^cvahl ' AN!) . ': ?'?.? -. I ?BTEtASTA VEJt'rjrS'5'}» runf.ISIIED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. FLU DAY, JANUARY 6.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Breadstuff's. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

- JSrcHsSsisiftM. The market is ?nominally between 2-i 9J and 2s 10.1 011 nn important ba-ds, but holders generally are indisposed to accept these rates, and business may be said to he hung up until after the holidays in conscqu-nce. There appears lo bo very little forcing of sales in the country districts this year, those who are supporting needy growers evidently being satisfied to wait the turn of tho tide. Country millers are paying above city equi valents for the primest samples of grain which they ar« loth to allow lo pass them. Judging from the samples to hand it would appear that prime grain is not hy any means plentiful, only one or two special districts producing a really plump wheat of good gluten content. Flour remains unsettled ; old at £S to £8 us, and new at £7 os to £7 10s per ton. Now that estimates have been published of the wheat crops of the leading colonies we are enabled to give a resume of the position as far as Australia as a whole is concerned. This may be d...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

'SIGNET TOBACCO.' The sup»riorit.y of the 'Signet ' light and dark Tobaccos n exemplified in tho great demand which exists Tor both kinds. The quality is excellent and the purity undeni able,

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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General Information. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

General Information. Small-pox is unknown in Patagonia. Women of rank go bareheaded in Mexico. The island of- Malta is the most densely populated spot on earth. * The Paris sewers are the longest and most complete in the world. In Java, as a part of the marriage ceremony, the bride washes the' feet of the bridegioom. In all the wars in which Britain has taken part she has won 82 per - cent, of the battles. The city of Mexico is without chimneys. All the cooking is done, in Dutch ovens. A speck of gold weighing the millionth part of a grain may be easily seen by the naked eye. The head of the rattlesnake has .. been known to inflict a fatal wound after being severed from the body. Scorpions are the most quarrelsome creatures in the world. Two placed in the same box will always sting each other to death. The black ostrich is seven feet high, and easily carries a man on its back, with a speed equal to that of a horse. An oak tree at Windsor Castle is ? said to be over 1,000 years old. ...

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Urana. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

: Urnnn. ' Thiirsdav. I Nothing during the pa«t fortnight .but duststoims here, but Sundny last :- capped I all'. | The contractor is busily engaged in pump- | injf the water supply j of the town into n | smaller compasi now, but thc;;qunntity; is very limited. The fear of a water famine is increasing hero. , ? . . i , On Monday our cricketers journeyed' to Daysdale, whern they nlayed: a match with the Dn\8dale team. ? U'-snlt— Urana won inv one innings nnd 26 runi. The home team made 92 ruus in their two. innines. Hill score! .42, nnd » Dr. Macknijlit 20, for Uiana. ' ? Yesterdsv wa- a fi dd, day her-' in the Police O uit3,. A TL- r b'v ral snmmons cases h i I b 'fii ilj.p s d of, tho case o£ Hacker v Ran, fur £6. for w.-rk d'tic in connection with sto-k-tiiking in con'- oiion with the transfer. 'if.tlieiBiillt-nhcng Hotel, was hi-nrd. 'After taking cvidonee a verdict wii1-' uiven for coin plfl'nant-.; for fuT .amount. Another ensv -occupying time of court tho whole i £ eruoon, was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

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Tuppal. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Xunnal. Januarv 3. . Although rather late in the day, I wish you, staff, &c., a ' Happy New Year.' 1 note your rainfall table in Inst issue.' It is indeed a poor one, and from inquiries here I find that, although this is the'worst season for crops nnd tanks experienced for the past 22 years, the raiufall, considering that which fell in other parts of the district, was fair. I give you the record taken by C. CIphill,: Ran., of Pinn Hill. For lli« nmornmant Astronomer, a copy of which Mr. Uphill supplied to me. The record is as follows « Wet ? Wet Points Days Points Days' January 0 0 July ' 92 7 February 130 3 August 124 9 March -10 1 September lOfi 6 April 40 3 O.'tober 115 6 May 81 5 November 61 4 June .,.293.. 11- . December ' 174 2 Total ... 1226 57 ThiB fall seems pretty fair, butas it extended over so many doys a lot of it was virtually of little use. We had only one good fnl'l during that time, when 87 points were re corded in three-quaiters of nn hour; this half-fille....

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Tocumwal Races. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Tocnmwal Races. The annual meeting of the Toeumwal Race Club tookplnce on Monday last. There wns an attendance o£ about 1400, chiefly from across tho river. The day was fine, but at times the heavy gusts of dust made things rather disagreeable. All the arrangements for carrying out the events were perfect. The fields, compared with those of previous years, were small, neither was the racing so good. Everything, however, rassed off without a protest. Considering the amounts offered by the Club, they certainly deserved better patronage from horseowners. There were good prizes and an almost perfect track, and yet (he entries were en the whole only mediocre. The stewards were all at their posis and worked admirably. Special mention might be made of the courteous lion, secretary, Mr. Pcicy Meillon, who was most indefatigable in the carrying through of his responsibilities— no easy task .either, as some know by experience. Swan's start ing machine was us-d, and worked very satisfactorily....

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Wanganella. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

W«aa fyaiB clln. January 3. Since my last the Xmas and New Ytar holidays have passed. From the quietness in which they enme and went one would hardly think it was Christmas time. We arc now fairly sinried on the New Year and it is to he hop' d it will prove more pios pei'ous than i lie one just parsed, We had racs li. r-* on Boxing Day, Every thing passed oif will, ilie day being pleasant and the racing good. The crowd was satis fied at the ri-BuUs. The following are tbe details : — Thial Stakes of £3. A. Beckton's b g Cabin Boy, 6yrs. ... 1 W. Nevi rston's b m Creeping Jane, 6yrB. . 2 Jas. Hynes' cli g Shamrock, 4yrs. ... 3 Venus and Pauline also' started. District Handicap. First £5, second £1 A. Beckton's b in Iris .. ... ... 1 W. Neverston's b m Creeping Jane ... 2 W. Horneman's blk m Pauline, 4 yrs. ... 3 Billabong Handicap. First £5, 2nd £1. P Fleming's b m Surefoot, aged ? 1 W. King's g g Hostage, 8yrs. ? 2 Only the two stait.:d. MBMBEiia' Raob. First £4, 2nd £1. -' A. Beckto...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Berrigan. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

DISTRICT HEWS. ' , ('From Oun 0\v.\ Coiuiksi'ondents.] HI«rriK'sim. January 2. The Xmas1 Festival nnd the New Year holidays all pnst aiid gone, and without doubt, they are the quietest yet experienced in Ueirit-nn. The entertainment nnd Christmas Tree in aid of the Bible Christian Church Funds, yave a nett result of aeout £18 which is by the committee deemed very satisfactory. The weather during the Xmas week was all that could tie desired, a i.ntie hot perhaps but on Sunday it changed ami blew quite a gale. It d d some damage to the tiehool of Arts building in course of erection. It un roofed about 30 sheets of iron, entailing a loss to the contractors Messrs Laptliorne Bros. A child five years old, a 6on of Mr. D. Power, farmer, met with a very severe accU dent, viz a broken leg in a very simple manner on New Years' day. lie was playing with other children, and fell over a dog with the result mentioned. Dr. B. Corles Tan? ders was called in. He reduced tho fracture and the little ...

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Against New Women. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Against New Women. TKo ' new women,' with her aspiiatinns and mannish mode and airs, can never br corae a success, for the simple reason Nature is against her. Woman is not construct' d like man, 'Her internal organism can stand less strain, and needs n great deal more attention than does that of the male hein?. ai any pare ui tiie unji-Hiive 01 trie ieiuaie organs becomes deranued, the whole svstom becomes affected. Bile Beans for Bilious ness are about the only real specific extant that absolutely keep the system clenr nf waste nnd impure matter, and tints cnnbl', the various organs to perform tlvir function? with regularity. The presence of waste matter in the svsteni is exceedinf'y I'etri mcn'al to eond h altli. A comparison misfit be made with a most intricate rmj'n' which has become clogged ond dirty throu- h care lessness nnd neglect. One part bi comes dis abled, and nffeels olh r parts, nnd so on, until the whole machine is disoruanisi'd and unfit for use. When tlie liver, s...

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