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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Government Notices. ? ATTENTION is directed to the notico in Government Oazclle of tlie 2Hth Da cumber, 1898, calling for OBJECTIONS to APPLICATION' by S. MoGAUGHlOY fir permission tn CLOSE and I'll liOIIASH tlie following IIOAD.S in County of IT rutin : — Road separating portions Nos. 7, 80, 112, and 111 From portions Nos. 81, 81, arid Hit, parish of Conming, and portion N'o. 2, parish of Kendall, exclusive of one cross road. Road separating portions Nos. 7 and 2S from portions Nos. SO, 711, nnd part, of 78, extend ing from tile north-west: corner of portion No. 7 to north-cast, corner of portion No. 2.'), parish of Ooonong. P.oad s.-pnrating por- v tions Nos. 78, 11(1, and 108 From portions : Nos. 77, 107, and 100, parish of Coonong, ex- ' olusive of n cross road 1 chain wide. Road , separating portions No?. 21 and 2 (5. from portions Nos. 00 and 8, parish of Goonon-r. Bond separating portions Nos. 'l and1 60, from ? porLion No. 3, parish of Go6n-..np\l Iload ? separating portions...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

IfSwsjrxEss Mottoes ? Xmas Goods Xmas Goods Breat Hi Sale ,i — OF — Slimmer Groods, and all Classes of General J Drapery l . —AT THE — ; 'SYDSEY CASH STORE , ' JESILEBBIB.. J&.. ?S^/ISlITiS to announce to his Customers, and the Public generally, that ,W owing to the increase of business he lias had to enlarge and make extensive. additions to his buildings, and while these are being done he lias ?ji deculed. to inalce ? j . . . V - ' - ' GREAT SEDUCTIONS ' * » From 15 to 25 per ceat on Cost Price. [lit. reason® for thu-- sacrificing his goods are: firstly, that while the altera ' -tioii1- me being made he is placed at great inconvenience in shifting and removing his goods; and secondly, to make more room for large shipments expected in a ;; \v month or so's time. 1 ? ; He also wishes to announce that on and after the 'first of the New Year ho ? intends to open Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, and Furniture Departments jfi'-rin- conjunction with the present Drapery establishmen...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Marriage; STEWART— I'.IUICIN. — On lltli January, at the rcsidenco of t he bride's parents, by the Rev. M. Hell, Andrew Hugh, third son of Mr. James Stewart, Lough ? mngerry, Ireland, to Margaret, third eldest dnuuhtci- of Mr. W. Iiirkin, of ' Fnirview,' Yanko Creek.. Dsatli. BYRNE. — On January 15, 1899; at Jlahonga Stri-ct, Jerilderie, Harold Thomas, infant son of Michael nud Alice Byrne. Aged 9 months. Thanks. . MR. nnd' MRS. BYRNE tender their sincere Thanks to the many kind friends for their Bympatliy and (loral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, and also to Mrs. Chapman for her unwearied: attention in nursing their infntit son, Harold Thomas, during his illness. Ihc gcviWevitf gcvald AX t) U 15 V X A AH- V Si KIT ITS K 3t VUM.ISI1I5D EVEIIY FIUDAY AFTERNOON. :. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20..

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Chtiroh Boticos. CATIIOMC OmTUOH.— nKIUtlOAM AND JRUIL DKKIK DISTItlCTS: — .Sunday, 22ud January. — Tocumwnl, 8 a.m. ; Kinlcy, 11 n.m. Snndfl.v, 2f-Lh Januiiry.^-Jcrildcric, 11 n.ni., 7.30 I'.m.. FATIIKR IIENNKSSY, Pastou Church or icnoland.-uuana and jeiul ])i;ilIK l'AULSII Sun-I«iy, 22nrl; — Malion^a, 10 a.m.; Clear llills (Mr. Lane's) 2.!»0 p.m.; Uraua, 7.o0 p.m. Wednesday, 2rit.li Jan. (ronvcraion of S. I'aul). — Uraim, 8 a.m. (If. O.) Sunday, 201 h Jan.— Jcrildorio, 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11' a.ni. (The Litany), and 8 p.m. Children's Service, 3 p.m. CHARLES F. DAVIS, Rcc-tor.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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THE CASPIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

THE GASPIPE. A well-knowu detective,, iu tho course of conversation, told the writer the following curious story A big robbery had occurred at a jeweller^ ;» tho West End, and I had been entrusted .with the case. The burglars had got clean away with jewellery valued at £5,000, aud had left absolutely uo trace behind them. Shortly after, a man was arrested in the act of offeriug a diamond ring to a pawnbroker, which was identified as part of the stolen pro perty. The mau protested that he had bought the ring of a man iu a public-bouse, aud h&d no idea it wuo stolen. On searching tho mtn's lodgings, nothing of ' an incriminating nav-u-e could be found ; and as thero was very little cvvtence to offer against the prisoner, the police were ^inking of drop ping the case. I paid auother visit to the suspeoted man's lodgivgs, resolved to make a final search. A* T ? was rummaging about the man's bedroom, 1 noticed that a parrot was hanging in a cage in front of the window, and as 1 l...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRESTLING WITH A PYTHON. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

WRESTLINU WITH A PYTHON Tho strength of n i-ytlinii, or any of the large . boa-uunstrictors, is often under-eBtimated, says Mr. Carl Hagenbeck. It is put forth so unex pectedly, and in a manner so uulike that of mammals, that the amateur'trainer issometimes caught napping. In this respeot, Mr. Hagen beck himself was ouce very disagreeably sur prised, aud, but tor the prompt aid of two of his assistants, his career os a showman might have come to au untimely end. Ho thus relates ? . . the adventure : — 44 1 was dealing in wild beaats at Hamburg, importing them fiom Southern countries and v making sales to showmen and public parks. A well-known German menagerie proprietor had ordered eight pythons, and oue morning I set about transferring them from the large cage or bouso in which they were kept to a huge box for transportation. They were all large, ranging I should think, from twelve to eighteen feet in length. , With the first six pythons I had no special difficulty. My way of handl...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Bough on the Parson. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Rough on the Parson. A zealous and popular minister had, a little timo ago, a laughable but at the same time a disagreeable experienco. One Sunday he was going up the steps of his West-End Church when he was asked by an old lady, wlio did not know him, to help hor up the steps. With his usual courtesy ho complied with hor reouest. On reaching the top step she halted breathlessly, and asked him who was going to preach that day. ' The Rev. Mr. Blank,' replied the clergyman, giving his own name. ' Oh dear,' exclaimed the old lady, ' help mo down again 1 I'd rather listen to a man sharpening a saw. Please help me down again ; I reckon I won't go in.' The clergyman smiled, and gently as sisted her down the steps, remarking as he reached the last step : 'I wouldn't go in either if I weien't the preacher.'

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Criminal Practice. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Criminal Practice. I Mr. Austen, Cj.C., was one of the most Eopular criminal lawyers of his day. He ad an immense practice, and usually succeeded, with slight assistance from the jury, in acquitting his clients, no matter how atrocious their crime or overwhelm ing the evidence of their guilt. One day Austen's little boy, Tommy, was asked by his Sunday-school teacher : iomiuy, me man wno is good in tms world goes to Heaven. Now, what becomes of the bad men who disobey the laws of God ?' ' Papa gets them off,' was the response from the boy.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Finley. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

IPlnJey. January 18. The artesian bore is tlie great topic in town, and is discussed with absorbing Interest. The contractor reports that he lias Bunk to a distance of 50 feet. This will be a great boon to the residents of Finley and district, as I feel sure that with a per manent water supply and favorable seasons this district will prove ono of the richest in agriculture in Riverina. The Finley. railway, which a short time back looked as if it would find difficulty to pay for its oil, is looking up. Over 10,000 bags of wheat have left here, and more is still coming in from this and outlying districts. The weather during the last few days has teen exceptionally mild, but the never failing dust is still very troublesome. 'Dar- ling showers' are altogether too frequent to be properly appreciated. The severe illness of Mr. Jno. Crowe, of Tuppal Creek, is reported in town. It is to be hoped that he will speedily recover as he is an old and very much respected residont of the district. ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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They Come While Shaving. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

They Oome While Shaving. 'John,' said Mrs. Younglove, ' do you always tell me all your thoughts ?' 4 Well, nearly always,' John replied. She drew back frightened, and ex claimed : ' Nearly always P Oh, John, then you have somo thoughts that you don't tell me. ' Yos, dear,' said he, attempting to put au arm round her, ' there are some that 1 think it best not to tell you.' ' Oh I I thought you were so honorable.' 'But, love,' her fond husband cried, ' you would not care to hear tho thoughts I allude to.' 'Then what are they?' she tragically demanded. ' They are those,' he meekly said, ' that come to me when I am shaving.'

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Mrs. B. Wept. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Mrs. B. Wept. Mrs. Bricktop (bursting with prido) : ' How d'yo like my now carpet, Mrs. Crosseyo ?' Mrs. Crosseyo (bursting with envy) : .It's— ?r — very nice indeed, Mrs. Brick top, for — for Brussels. By tho way, I nearly forgot what I camo for. I wish ™.- wniiM lonrl mn vn.,* tr.. a few minutes,' Mrs. Bricktop : ' Lawn-mower V Why, certainly. But what on earth can you wapi a lawn mower at this time of the year ?' i i^frs. Crosseyo : ' I wish to thin down our (Turkey carpet in tho nursery a little ; the childron are always losing their marbles in it.'

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The Sun as a Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

The Sun as a Machine, A new theory regarding tho sun has been introduced by a Now York scientist, Mr. Francko L. Woodward, who has boon making some experiments regard ing tho nature of sunlight. Ho claims that the buu is a groat cathode machine throwing off X rays. As tho result of this theory ho holds that the spaco between the earth and the Bun is quite dark, bearing out the Soriptural ideaof the ' outerdarkness,' even the sun's rays being invisible until they come in contact with tho atmos phere of the earth, which acts in exactly the same way as the fluorescent screen of tho Rontgen machine, and causes illumination. As a deduction from this theory Mr. Woodward considers that comets are not fiery nebulous masses, -but 'aimply detnohed portions of atmosphere illum inated by tho passage through them of tho X raya of tho sun.' Among European nations Portugal ranks most docidodly as ono which has conspicuously degenerated. Emigration at an alarming rate robs the country of its best a...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

COLEMAN'S EUCALYPTI! EXTRACT ' . Tlic-mirest liucnlypto on enitli, Lord Curington's friend in Influenza, The world's rein-df fur chnst complaints The ' cold ' cure of ICarl Jersey's. But note the trade inark — EUOALYPTU; Noil, l'- mime wi'.hout tit {-. ' .-:

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Poultry Notes. The Most Profitable Fowls. IN TWO PASTS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Poultry Notes. The Most Profitable Fowls. From the Agricultural Gazette of N.S. W . By J. J. McCue, Poultry Export, Hawkesbury Agricultural College. IN TWO PASTS. PART I. Which aro the best breeds to keep for profit is a quostion often asked, and very often answered by naming a breed or breeds in opposition to the onos you name. Well, it would not do for all to bo of the same opinion ; still I think that in the poultry industry we should agree in those tnings mat nave ueen proved oy practical experience to bo correct. In the first place, it has been proved boyond doubt that Minorcas and Log horns are two of our best layers. Still, we often hear that some other breed is hotter. It is hard to convince many of these people that they are wrong, simply because they have not kept Minorcas or Loghorns. They, perhaps, commenced poultry-keeping with (say) Orpingtons (which are good layers). After a year or two the owner thinks, and often says, ' the Orpington is tho best layer of all breeds....

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Stock Movements. The following nre tho movements of stock; for the past foratiigbt — 1501. crossbred ewes, Browley, Nnrandern^ to Oiidy & Sons, Deniliquin. . 5700 merino ewes, Bookotig to ditto. 950'merino mixed, Jiio. ltyan, Pine Hill,, to Albnry. ; 2000 crossbred ewes, .Yanko .to .BigsSpriDgs». i Wagga. 1802 crossbred- ewes and Lincoln rams,. Yanko to Nnrrangullin, Yass.-' -10000 nier. ewes, Wunnnmurra to ISllerslie. 5000 do., A-. O'lveefe, Bfillandry to Barham;.. ! 20 rams, .Nowranio to H. L. Culley & Co., I Narandera. 45 rnms,.Nowranie to do., Wagga; . 3130 ewes, Coree to Woodbridge Park,, : ' . Oundngai. 39l0 owcs, Wnnnnmurrn to.Narrnngerie;. . 3150 owes, Nowrnnio to. J. Gray, Rosetlnlo,. - Waggn. .100 mixed merino, D. Boyd to Homebush, , 30 rams, Nowrnnio to Matthews- Bros.;. ? , Berembed, Nnrandern. . 575-rnms,.Goolgumhln to Boreo Creek. 831 ramlnmbs, Wunnamurra to Wa rata hi 38870 sheep.. 102 mixed cattle, Coreo to Gundasai. ? ? ? '' .? 05-horses, ditto..

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Why a Pen-Scratch is Dangerous. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Why a Pen-Scratch is Dangerous. Dr; Marpmann of Loipsic, has recently published the results of the microscopical examination of sixty-seven samples of ink used in schools. Most of them were gall, inks, and contained saprophytes, bacteria and micrococci. Nigrosin ink, takon from a freshly opened bottle, tfas found to contain both saprophytes and bacteria. Red and blue inks also yielded numerous bacteria. In two instances Dr. Marpmann succeeded in cultivating from nigrosin ink a bacillus whieh proved fatal to mice within four days. Tho presenco of these pathogenic organisms in ink accounts for tho nasty sores which sometimes result from the scratch of a pen. ? o ? In tea thero is an essontial oil which is an activo poison. So well known aro its deleterious effects that the natives of China do not use tea until the leaves aro a year old. The excessive uso ot tea causes stomach derangements, palpitation of the heart, nervousnoss, and irritability.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Berrigan. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

DISTRICT . IEWS. fFitOM Our Owk CouKKsroxniiNTS.] ICes-rjji'sass. January 18. Tho booths connected with the forllicom- ' vng Agricultural Show wt-ro offorcd by auction on Saturday afternoon at Gorman's. Tho highest bid for the publicans booth wns £10, but it was passed in at that figure. 'It was subsequently sold privately to Mr. MnGrndv. of the Knval notol. for the amount offered at auction. .Tho luncheon and re freshment booth were purchased by Mr. Thompson for £3, while Sir. Hosken secured the fruit stall for 30s. Mr. J.. Cahill, of Narrow Plains, has been fortunate enough to draw King Olaf in Tattersalls sweep on tlie Geelong Cup to be run on Wednesday, the IStli inst. May he, for Mr. Cahill's sake, come in the winner. John Casey, an old identity, otherwise known as ' Old Casey,' was run in on Tues day charged with stealing half-a-crown from the Bhop of Mr. J. Kennedy, tailor, of Chanter street. Ho was brought before tho Bench on Wednesday, and discharged, as there was no eviden...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Kitchen Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

Kitchen Recipes. I Cheese Sandwiches. — Delicious cheese sandwiches may be made by cooking in a double boiler half a pound of grated cheese with half a cup of cream or milk, a tiny pinch of mustard, and a little salt. Thicken with a teaspoonful of flour ; when thoroughly cooked, and just before removing from tho fire, add a well beaten egg. Have ready somo thin slices of toasted bread or some crackers, and spread. These sandwiches must be eaten whilo hot. Velvet Si'onge Cake. — Yolks of six eggs and the whites of three, two tea ciipfuls of sugar, ono teacupful of boiling water, two and a half teacupfuls of sifted flour, ono tablospoonful of baking-powder. Beat the yolks of eggs and sugar until very light ; then add the woll-beaten whites ; add slowlv tho boiline water. stirring all tho time ; then add tho flour with tho baking-powder sifted into it; season with tho juice and grated rind of a lemon; bake in a rather hot over— that is to say, hotter than is usual in baking cakes. Lemo...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

^ife $' V^iS ^\:'r$'?'w*^: DID YOU EVER SEE A SNOWSTORM fiw*Ni iN SUMM5'? }f We never did jbu't, we havo $$$ Js seen the clothing at this time HpS^ tW$* of 1110 yearso covered with Iwwf® dandruff that it looked as if V, -'* ,5 vji,-« it had been out in a regular $twW snowstorm 1 t|| No need of this snowstorm. Ab the summer sun would melt tho falling snow, so will Hijjefs Mr Wipr melt these flakes of dandruff in tho scalp. It goe3 further than this : it prevonts their formation. It has still other properties : it will restore color to gray hair in just ten out of every ton cases. And it does even more : it feeds and nour ishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair be comes thick hair ; and short hair becomes bng hair. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C; Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A. A. Hig'la ~~ .... -.V-:.; Cliurcli OTigsaitary. The Right Reverend Slonsignor O'Brien, Rector of St. John's College; Sydney, has expressed liis opinion of LOASBV'S 'WAHOO' . . in the following terms. . Br. O'Br...

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"THREW CASTLES CIGARETTES." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899

'THREW GASTL13S CIGARETTES.' 'There is only undivided opinion in regard to tho 'Three Castles' Oiiraruttc. Tlielr excellence is extolled, and their goodness, is attested by the lar;;e demand nt all the lubuccouists..

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