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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. Melbourne, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

cwMMEaadjirAaj. WOOL SALES. Midhonrno. .T/innnrv Q ?? The llelbourne wool sales were resumed to-day by Dalgety & Company, Limited, who ofTered 8,100 bales, comprising a repraaenta tive selection from all the colonies, but drawn mostly from the later districts 'of Victoria, N. S. Wales, and South Australia, and from Tasmania, which colony sent a specially good assortment of merinos and! crossbreds, of fine quality, but often rather Mieavy in condition. There was a largo at tendance ot buyers, ami competition was very Keen, especially for merinos and line crossbreds, values of which ranged from par to a rise of iV per cent, on closing rates of December, but coarse crossbreds. and Lin ; coins were rather easii-r. About 3;000 bales were sold at up to 10 Jd for greasy Tasmaninn incrino arid crossbred, lOJ'd for Victorian ..(jrossbred, 9d for Queensland meiino, 8£d for., pieces'; 7^d for bellies,- and IfiJ'd for .Aetmrcd. merino. . | Melbourne, Wednesday. GoldsbroUgli, Morf &a...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The Yarra Mystery. A MYSTERY NO LONGER. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

'A'5«e STan-irsa. ifiij'sK'ry. ? ? ? ? A MYSTERY NO LONGER. Mei.»('UU!Ii', Wednesday. The Yarra mystery has l.c n solved. The body of the murdered girl was last night found to be that of Mabel Ambrose, 17 years of age, a resident of South Yarra, while Travico Alexander Tod, a land and estate agent of Chapel-street, Prahran, and Madame OL-a Radalyski, a futurist and palmist re Riilinrr fit. 1% nqllnrnr».Rf'rpf»f'. Rnillh Y\irrn have been lodged in the City Wat ch-house, on a charge of m .rdering her. The informa tion upon which the arri sts were mnde was given by Thelka Rejjiua Dubberka, a girl of about 20 years of age, who ha i been residing with Madame Radalyski. The girl Dubberka was, on her own Bhowing, an accomplice with regard to the disposal of the body, and she alleges as a reason for disclosing all she knows that she has been so worried ever since, the affair that her life has been a misery to her. She states that the girl Ambrose came to Madame Radalyski's house at the inst...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

'SIGNET TOBACCO.' ' Tho cry is still they come. The purchasers of the ' Signet' Tobccco coma and come acnin. Dark and light are alike favorites aud both are a pronounced success. Don't h't ynnr little ones suffer from Bi'/.etria, - or other, toi-turins skin diseases. ?Noi'.nilcd for it. Doan's Ointment cure!'. Can't harm the niost.dclicate skin. At any deal.r't, 2j 9d. , COLEMAN'S EUCALy'iH'E EX1RACT. Tho our sf Eucalypti) fin earth. 1 - r:;Lor.| Oai-ingtoirs friend in Influenza; ' - yoil'.'itv w.nrhl!*:rcnii-dv . for chi-Kt coin plaints The t'l'l I ' nu n: nf Ea-l .J«r«e\ 's..: : - - xHut ,-iihj (- the tnidi--inaik-'-Euc.Vl.VPl'U. 1 -Null' genuine wuhout ill e ' ' j

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Congargo. January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

Coimrifo. January ll.,:f-- , News at presmt is scarce, very- little' occurring during the past fortnight to break the monotony of our quiet little village. - - The case of John Cadman is spoken of;: It ' came bifore the P.M. at Deniliquim earlyii this week, and Cadman waB ..committed fori trial. The depositions are lo be sent down to Sydney for tli6 Attorney General ttf jUc-y oirln wliRthai. a Will ...ill k. «l„,l The weather is variable just now j-' one time fairly cool winds from the.south, then achange to a westerly buster accompanied by a duststorm. On Tuesday we imii. scorch-, ing hot winds from the north-west. Feed for stock — nothing worth mentioning' now, and what stock remain here nre fallingl away. Most of the stations around: have ' sent away nearly all on thu runs and the few left are kept alive on scrub. A ureat; number of sheep have passed through here.' - lately towards Victoria. The w?-tei' in the criek is falling slowly,; but w^Ji^ve still a good supply to carry us ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Bynya. January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

Bynya. January 9. While I see in the Herald reports o£ the , _? ravages of tbe drought south of the Murrum bidgee right down, to the Murray, 1 see ^nothing of what is happening on our side of the river. Your correspondents in Colin - roobic and Pleasant Valley must have either iHipnnmlv.il to Hin rinnnoht «r tl,n mhkU. v ? The season with as over, this way- is one of the worst ever experienced. -I barely got x... bushel to the acre. Mr. Alex. Young, well known in your town and district had iu some 250 acres, and his results were even worse, not even a bushel of wheat to the acre, nor a sheaf of hay. If it be worse down your way than that, it must be bad. This is the fourth bad season here.. The only feed we have is in the stubble paddocks. ; : Some of these paddocks have not been touched by the stripper or harvester, but. Jiave been let as they are, crop and all, for '? gracing purposes. Stock are looking fairly . well at present, that .is what . are left of them. Great numbers have...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Urana. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

[?] : Tlie half-yearly financial meeting of the Loyal Central Lodge No. 91 M.U.,:I'.O.O.F. was held on Wednesday night at the' Lodge Ilooni at the Royal Hotel; The balance 'Mieet and annual returns were rcacl i. and adopted. The report shows that thore are II members good on. the books, that the total- worth of the funds of the Lodge is £108 Gs' 5d, that the income for 1S93 was £153 14s 4d, that £83 10s was paid for medical advice and medicines, and that £52 Gs Gd was paid to mcmbi rs for sick pay during the year. The weekly contribution of each; member to the Management Expense Fund was fixed nt one shilling. The follow ing officers were elected for current half year Bro. T. E. Polling, N.G. ; Bro. A. S ' Kennett, V.G. ; Bro. -T. F. Moseljv E. Sec; It was resolved to celebrate the anniversary/ of the Lo;lge by a ball , to be held' iiv the. School of Arts on Easter Monday. Mr. A. 'S. -Kennett' was elected secretary to the Ball Committee, and was instructed to secure hall for Lodge c...

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Clear Hills. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

SEilBS. Ji.nnary 8. Since my'last l-tler fn vnii, we have com plete lo-ir harvest for ISOS.'iind I think- tlie average of. this idisl rict! fulls 'Coiisiderablv short of. fo'ir bushels to the. acrp.:; ? Certainly thore are one or :t\vo,-.\vh(i vhave .'ub anved- a* much as six hasrs ps r aer ',; hut onlv fioni a small area, -vlill-; t!:c-e nr.-.oth rs who have had to turn their stock on all their crop lands, a'nd did not even get a ton of bay from 380 acres. 1 am glad to say though, that the majority of the farmers managed to get enough for seed for next season, and enough hay to put them on a bit with feed for their working horses. The want of water is now the great outcry Several teams are already travelling to the Billabong daily, carting tho precious fluid to the stock at home, and every available well is being worked to supply the stock. It is to be hoped the break in the weather will come early to save this dreary task from being prolonged for monlhs, ns it was last year. We he...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before Messrs. Wise and Elliott, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. / ' Before Messrs Wise and Elliott, J's.P. Fogarty v. Smythe, £1 6s 8d , veidict for amount and costs. „ 1 ? ? ' . Fogarty v. Collier, £1 0s Id ; settled. Fogarty v. Armstrong, £1 Is lOd verdict - ^ for amount and costs. . , 1. - ? Brovman v. M'Pherson, £1 7s amount paid into oourt. ; ' M'Caughey v. Shinnick, '£10. Mr. Solo mon for complainnnt. The defendant asked for tbe.case ito be adjourned till the P.M. ' attended;. ; .Mr,.- Solomon opposed the ' ad- ' journmenti; he .said' his client was quite prepared to go oinwith the case. Defendant ' ' agreed to pay ..witnesses' costs for tho day-' and tlje. coiirt granted the adjournm 'nt:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING — Dr. Osborne says ^ 'I use SANDER S: SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal catarrh, low ? fever, asthma, &c , with great success.. I find this preparation superior to all others.'' Dr. Stalil I have us, d various preparations of Eucalvptiis, but I net better results from SANDER !i SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT than from any other.' Dr. Preston ?' I never use any Eucalyptus preparation otlur than SANDER & SONS', as I- found .the otli. is to bealni'St useb.ss' Dr. Ilait :. '? It go.s without .'a*inu tlmt SANDER & SONb' EUCALYPTI 1 XTRACT is the b^t in the ninrkii.' In ii.ilii'rzn. all fivers, throat ai d 'une tioul 1,-. iiij hihi'iin, diarrhoea dysentery, kidney ci ni| lnin!s, rheumatism, ?wounds, sp'a'ns ulcers. &e„ it- is invnlunblo. S'e that 'on eel SANDI'.l! '& S'ONS', aid r, j- ct sperioi s pi: j.i.ifi'ioi's. whiihan sonio' times suppli-. d i.v ui.kcr- p 1. tit d- t.Uis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

.Arc. Yon : 7 ' Poisoning - Yourself? You might make o single meal of rich pies and cakes, and not mind it. But you could not live on these all tho timo without ruining your digestion. Yet, week after week and month after month, you allow your brain and nerves to bo fed with impure blood. Tho general debility, thin blood, pale cheeks, nervousness, loss of appetite and depression of spirits, are loud warnings from nature. Your nervous system is weakening. Before tho ruin conies tako AYER'S Sarsaparilla It removes the poisons from tho blood, and thus removes tho causo of all your trouble. It aids the digestion, strengthens the nerves and supplies the body with rich, red blood. ? ? For constipation take AYEIt'f I'iu.p. Tliny promptly and surely cure. Take thorn wltu Aycr's Saraaparilla: 011c aido tho other.

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DISTRICT NEWS. Berrigan. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

DISTRICT NEWS. fFROM O0B OWN COnUESPONDENTS.] January 10. The recently built homested of Park Smith Bros at Savernake was destroyed by fire on Saturday evening nt about eight o'clock.- Sir. C. Park-Smith is taking a trip to England, and his brother was not at home nt the time of the fire. It seemB the U1UI1 1UI ill UUIUKU '1 mc liiupuitj. U1U uui have a fire on the premises during the whole of Saturday. In the evening he left home to visit a neighbor on business, and after getting some distance away happened to torn round, saw the place on fire. ^Before he could get back the place was in Dames and everything waa destroyed. The prop erty was uninsured. It was only on Friday morning that a proposal of Insurance to caver the risk, was forwarded to Sydney, but as the premium was not paid the loss will fall upon the owners. A little mild excitement was occasioned in Chanter street on Sunday evening through the bolting of a horse and sulky belonging to Mr. Geo. Jamieson. It make for Saver...

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CROWN LAND SALE. URANA—TUESDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

CROWN LAND : SALE. ! Urana — Tuesday. 7th February. Country Lot.— Portion 62 of 252 acrcs .(upset: price, £1 83 8d per. acre), . county Urana, parish Watt; about D, miles westerly of Urana, fronting the road from Jerilderie to Urana, adjoining Messrs. Watt 4: Thom son's portion 23 on the east and their por tion 26, 28, and 29-on the south-west. , Upset price includes £47 8s 9d, value of improve ments. ' . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

OBSTINATE IHAGTIOli' _ OF THE LIVER, An Absolute Cyre0 :; The Case of Mrs. Sarah Hall. (From tho 'Windsor Gazelle.') (BY OUR SrECIAL REPORTER. ) A representative of this paper called on Mrs. Hall, who lives next the railway lino at Richmond, N.S.W. ' You liavo been ill, I believe,' said tho reporter ? ' Yes, replied Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased . to say I am better- now. The start' of my sickness was obstinate constipation, which for a long time Defied Every Mcdicine I tried. Owing to tho weakening effect of purgative medicines I was obliged to discard them, and, anyhow, they were of no real use, for I found they only tended to con firm the constipation instead of curing it. [Note. — Mrs. Hall is quite correct in her opinion here. Thu use of purging pills only aggravates complaints of the digestive tract. The organs gel educated to the use of the drastic cathartics of which pills are composed. The temvoriiry relief is alone due to Ike escharotic and irritant action on the secretory g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

Wilson, who is ' wanted ' on a serious i charge at Ipswich, has been- traced, abroad the stenmor. Rockfon,. which left Brisbnne I for Melbourne on December 12; The stewards remember a crippled boy. The Melbourne police took tip the clue and found that Wilson had left Melbourne for London on the 27th ultimo in the steamer Yarra wonga, which proceeds via Alban 7 and Cnpetown. The Yarrawonga arrived at Albany o'i Monday liiyht, and tho police bonrdetl the steamer and arrested a passen ger named Edward Wilson, on a provisional warrant, issued at Brisbane, charging him with an unnntnral offence committed about October 28. Wilson was brought before the ?? Resident Magistrate, and was remanded for seven days, lie will remain in custoly until the^arrival of n constable from Bris bane. Accused mndii no slatenv-nt eithi r to tho i,olice or wht-n before the court, lie has a criiipl...l hoy «lth lipn, a,'o'l about 10; siippoic I to be hi» sun.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

BIouic Secrcts. Did you ever notice that 40 per cent of the children of the whole world have week kidneys to a greater or less degree ? Mothers know it, and there is a very mistaken policy of ' saying nothing about it.' Sweet, clean, dry beds should be and can be the resting ] place by night by our little ones. Some | mothers attribute it to linbit. It is not a | habit at all. Whv are these . children who have this ' habit ' thirsty at bed-time ? Let us tell you.' Weak kidneys become inflamed by the daily activity of the child, and de mand something cooling. The result, is the same whether they. drink or not. We write our school teachers, asking, them to always and quickly permit Fred or Nellie to retire on request as their kidneys are weak. L-'t me set yoij,right on this matter. Give such children one Doan's Backache Kidney Pill twice a day, and as surely as you do, their kidneys become strengthened, and sweet rooms and beds, and. undisturbed studies at sdliool are the result. Thei...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 13 January 1899

iiBJMISEMS NOTICES. I Berrigan Soap .Factory. R. STRUCK WISHES lo inform the Public tlint he is prepared to exchange Soap for Frit. Fi»t to be delivered nt llail way Station or to Mb. W. Thokman, Local Agent, jEltlLDEBIE. Ask vmir storekeeper for II ASS A SOAP, the best 3:i the Market, and take no other. R. STRUCK, Soapmaker, Uerrignti. George Mahoney &,Co., (LATE MARK WHITBY)'' GENERAL Blacksmiths & Wheelwrights, jEassi/WEKiE. All kinds of Machinery Repaired. Horses Carefully Shod by Experienced Workmen, Agent for the principal Agricultural Imple ment Makers in Melbourne, Sydney, and Granville. Mackenzie Brothers, STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENTS, : ' ?' . ? DXSIlTiKlVIX. Agents ron : Powers, Rutherford & Co., Melbourne. The Northern Assuranrc Company. Union Mortgage and Agency Company Ltd. of Australia. John Cooke h Co. Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Liqnid. W. DWYER, Prize XKng-g-y Ituilder. WOtlOSffiOSG. Sulkies and Iliicgiea delivered on sh...

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THE TURNIP-FLOWER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

THE TURNIP-FLOWER MAN. Tho woo-bogono man who sits on bho korb all day and carves turnips is only a minor member of his profession. He man ages to oko oub a living by prowling round tho vegetable markets in tho early morn ing, collecting refuse and stray turnips, which he fashions into pink and white rosea. Thoso ho soils for tho sum of ' only a penny.' His knife is gonorally an old leather cutter, and ho lives in a garret or in se cluded doorways. But there is a moro piosporous (jurnip-carvor whom tho public never seeB. He owns a sob ot specially made knives, a stock of nice clean turnipa, carrots, and apples, and hi3 master-pieces' go to decorate tho tables of liigiiclaes.ro staurantg. In contrast wibh liis ragged brobher, he is able to dress respectably, live comfortably, and do only a moderate amount of work. 'Whab's it worbh ?' said a burnip-carvor, who had evidently been something bettor in his time. ' Well, from 20s. to 30s. a week is the regular thing for a carver who knows ...

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STUMBLED UPON GOLD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

STUMBLED UPON GOLD MINES. Qold was discovered in California in 1848, and in Colorado in 1858. The discovery waa aooidental in both cases, and tho facb created bho imnrnsul'' ii-««i- mines wero ' lying aboub looso.' Advonturers drifted about in hopes of sbumbling upon a mine. Hore aro some insbances of luoky finds. Three men, whilo looking for gold in California, discovered the dead body of a man who had evidently been ' prospect ing.' ' Pooor fellow,' Baid one of tho trio, ' ho haB passed in his checkB.' ' Lob'e give him a decent burial,' said another. ' Somo wife or mother will be glad if over she knows it.' They began to dig a grave. Threo feet below the surface they discovered signs of gold. The stranger was buriod in another pluce, and where they had located a grave they' oponod a gold mine. An advonturer who had drifted to Lead villo awoke one morning without food or money. He went out and shot a deer, which in its dying agonies kicked up the dirt and disclosed signs of gold. T...

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THE LARGEST SCHOOL IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

THE LARGEST SCHOOL IN THE WORLD. Within a etone's throw of Whiteohapel, surrounded by some of tho very worst slums, stands tho largest school in the world. It is presided over by a peor of the realm, Lord Rothschild, who in regarded with love and admiration by every pupil, for ho is indeed their good fairy. This school educates 3,500 children belonging mostly to tho poorest-foreign Jows, and has a staff of a hundred teachers. It is well-known that tKjs is Lord Roths child's pob institution, and wero it not for hia munificont support, thp school would ho unablo to meet its vast oxpendibure. It is owing to his gonerosity that free break fasts are givon overy morning to all children who wish to tako them, no quosbion being asked. Again, he presents every boy with a suit of clothes and a pair of boots, and overy girl with a dress and a pair of boobs iu tho month of April, near tho Jowish l'assovor. An idea of tho poverty of tho children may bo gleaned from tlio fact that not moro than t...

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AN UNKEPT PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

AN UNKEPT PROMISE. ? LTHOUGH Un lf\ clo Reuben eon, ! ft me fc'10 r If ' why of Colonel r.'p-ir Baxter's pre I vl senco in Now u JfelaF Ui Vork it wns a Ai 'onK while be f\\, forp he would A ' vo unburden and y~ - fW toll me. tho ' \ story of his own coming. The last timo that 1 dined ab I1IS excellent cauiu 1 luumi mill ill uuu Iiiuuu and got out of him tho simply told tale of tho circumstances which brought liini from a homo and people which he loved to an en vironment and life which wai foreign to his ovory instinct. It was told with much halt ing and shame-facod hesitation, lb opened with : ' You aro fond of the Baxters, Uncle Reuben J' ' Yesauh, pow'ful.' ' How is it that you don'b go back to Tennessee and hunt up bho old family i' ' Don' reckon I'll evah see ole Ten'seo no mo', suli.' 'Why not?' ' Well, suli, w'en I lof' home, I cross ma heart an body an mado uh promise tuh uh sweet lady tlia' I kain' never keep.' ' Will you tell me T' ' I don' like much bull talk 'bout it, su...

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