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Gazette, 14th January. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. County of Urana. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899
Gazelle, 14th January. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY PRESERVES. County of Urana. W.R. GG0 of G10 acres, parish Hebden. W.R. G60n.es. of G40 acres, parish Hebden W.R. 669 of 480 acres, parish Brookong. W.R. G70 of 1920 acres, parish Hebden. Part of T.S.R, 991 of 7G0 acres, parish Brookong. ' Part of T.S.R.\991 of 1925 acres, parish Cullivel. | Part of T.S.R. 991 of 1245 acres, parish Hebden. Part of T.S.R. 991 of 1350 acres,, parish Galore. . ? . \ . Part of T.S.R. 991. ex. of 25 acres, parish Brookong. ? . ? No. 095 of 1280 acrcs, parish Brookong. - Part of railway and T. S. reserve of 270 acres, pamh Cullivel., Part of F.R. 2317 of 2590 acres, parish Brookong. W.R, 3091 of 110 acres, parish Galore. No. 3107 of 102} acres, parish Galore. R. 24,164 of 49 acres, parish Boree Creek. F.R. 26,578 of 1215 acres, parish Hebden. F.R, 26,578 of 1501 acres, parish Galore. F.R. 26,578 of 1750 acres, parish Brookong F.R. 26,578 of 1925 acres, parish Cullivel. Some of the above have been contracted to...
RESERVES FROM SALE FOR T.S. & C. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899
RESERVES FROM SAIE FOR T.S.& C. No. 28,707 of 320 acres, 28, 70S of 3G0 acres, 28,709 of 52S acrcs, and 28,710 of 630 acres, county Townsend, parishes Harold and Willurah,
RESERVE FROM SALE Other than homestead selection or A.C.P. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899
RESERVE FROM SALE Other than homestead selection or A.C.P.' Portions 4 of 594}. acrcs, 5 of 1G0 acrcs. G - and 13 of 320 acres each, 14 and 15 of 100 acres each, 11 of 160 acres, 17 of G3£ acres, ? 18 of 130 acres, 27 of 395 J acres, 30 of 41 1J acres,, and 115 of 178 aires.— Total area, 2,932 J- acres. These are in county Urana', ? parish Clear Hills, and were notified as homestead selections on litli inst. Portions 25 of 400 acres and 26 of 240 acres, county Wakool, pariih Corry.
Upper Yanko. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 January 1899
Upper Tanlio. ' Moley Hoses 1' I wonder wliere's my liead that I've not sent along some news from this most important district long ago. It's just two months since my last, and God knows there's been heaps of accidents, &c„ since then to report, however, to quote Jacob Faithful, ' what's done can't be helped.' Perhaps what's not done would be more applicable in this case. By the way, . Mr. Editor, I see you have a correspondent from Coonong Siding. That doesn't suit me at all. He's just about cut me out of a very newsy part of my district. Do you think it would be advisable to use tho horse whip or would it be better to thump him 'with a maul. Oh bother me, that's not news, ab here goes— A very pretty wedding took place at Fair- view, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Birkin, the contracting parties being Miss Maggie Birkin and Mr. Andrew Stewart. Mr. Bell &nbsp; officiated at the ceremony, which took place in the drawing room in the presence of a number of friends and r...
IN THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA. A BILLION OF TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
IN THE 0IPTH8 OF THE liA. A BILLION OK 'JL'ttsAQUBH. A nyndiwtc ' pf ISufdUli fciul' UyuUapiHp! capitalists hag repeutty kfe&U frFMMl yy Temple, of the Uoyal Navy, -fuv'fahe pu^m! uf recovering treasure whioh is tmlimtUml lit be worth a billion. For 4,000 ycara at leuat thu gttmb fiph wuta foe ;trad«' between Iwdia and Wwtwu Atfh Europo bus beeu through tho Al'ftbitiu fctatvtQ Aden, aud thence up the Hed Sou to Huug, As every schoolboy kuows, tho hourco of all tho gold nnd silver and jewels of tho auoluit world was Asia, and the rioheBt and most famous miues were iu India. Ever sinoo tho formntibu of civilisation in the countries around tho eastern eud of tho Mediterranean ships laden with the most precious commodities kuowu to mnn have beeu sailing over this route and laying down in Europe their splendid curgoes. To tbe aucients the Arabian Seu was fraught with tbe gravest perilR, rind as the centuries went by thousands of treasure-laden ships viere sunk along the trade rou...
AN INGENIOUS PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
AN INGENIOUS PLEA. In 1769 a gentleman was passiug one night over Pont Neuf (Paris) with a lautern.' A- man cutne up to him, aud said, 44 Read this paper I' He held up the lantern, and read as follows 41 Speak not a word when yon've this read ?? Or in au instant you 11 be dead ; Give up your money, watch, and rings, With other valuable things Then quick, iu silence you depart. Or I, with kuife, will cleave your heart.' Not being a man of much pluck, tho affrighted gentleman gave up bis watch and money, and ran off. He soou gave the alarm, aud the highwayman was arrested. 44 What have you to say for yourself ?'. in- quired the magistrate before whom the robber - was ushered. *4 That I'm uot'guilty of the robbery, though I took the watch and money,' 44 Why not guilty ?' usked the magistrate. ? 44 Simply because I can neither read nor write. I pickod up the paper just at the momeut 1 met this ueutleman with a lantern. Thinking it might be something valuable, I politely asked bim to rea...
FIERCE BATTLE BETWEEN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
FIERCE BATTLE BETWEEN HORSES. A cavalry officer related the following ntory of a pitched battle between horses, says the North-west Magazine : — 44 Just at sundowu, and while we were at supper, a drove of wild horses, numbering nearly 100, emerged suddenly from Thatcher's Pass, and deployed on the level grouad of the valley. They emerged from the pass in single file, led by a spotted stallion whose maue reached almost to his knees, aud whose tail touched tbe ground when ho was at rest Of the remainder of tho herd, about thirty wero fiuc animals. Three or four were rscognised : as oatalry horses which had beeu abaudoned i ou the march, aud twice that number hud collar ! marks to prove that they bad stampeded from some immigrant train. 44 When clear of the pass, they formed in line and advauced upon us within a quarter of a mile. We had seventy-five horses at the lariat pens, and for half an hour we had all we could do to preveut a stampede. tivery animal seemed enraged at the sight o...
THE BANDIT'S LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
THE BANDIT'S LEAP. Limai tho Peruvian capital, is cut lu l\vain by the river Himuc, which ruus through the city from ei3t to west. This river is spuuned by a magnificent bridgo of solid masoury, built more than two hundred years ago by Pizutro, the original founder of the city. This bridge is tho prido of tho Limaneans, aud deservedly so. It consists of four splendid arches, constructed of cut stoue, tho roadway and footpaths finely paved, aud double rows of immense chaiu cables stretching across in festoons from end to end, with old Spanish cauuou for supports. Tradition has invested this bridge with a peculiar interest, and during the old wars which murked the rise and progress of Spauish rale in Peru, Pizarro's Bridgo was often the theatre of sanguinary conflicts between rival factious. For a long time it was regarded *8 the key to the city, and as enlvauce by any other avenue was out of the questioa, it was always care fully guarded, and stubbornly defended against attaok. Mauy ...
AN "UMBRELLA." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
AN UMBRELLA,' 44 Csssell's Journal ' describes a burglar's '* umbrella ' thus : — Amoug a collection of articles that were used by burglars when engaged iu their calling is oue particular article that arouses general interest. In appcarance it resembles a largo umbrella that has seen hard service. It was formerly the property of a burglar, and it was by its means that he was able to enter the second story of a building. On the cover being removed, a stick wound with rope is revealed. The Ptick opens like a tele scope, or a jointed fishing-rod. Wound round it is a rope ladder, made of strong material, aud about thirteen febt in length. Tbe ladder is only wide enough for one foot to be placed ou the rounds. The extending stick was used to raise one end of thQ ladder to the wiudow through which the operator wishod to euter, and ou one end of tbe ladder are two hooks to be fastened to the sill. This imitation umbrella is regarded as one of the most ingenious affairs ever made uso of by ...
THE SQUARE THING. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
THE SQUARE THING. The sheriff was talking politics when a con stable drove up with a man in a buggy. ' Majah this yere is Jim Howlaud, who has beu sentenced to jail fur ninety days by the court over at Marion,' said the constablo. 44 Jim Howlaud, eh?' queried the sheriff. 41 What's the sentence fur ?' '??Stoulin* two pigs,' said the prisoner. 44 Waal, yo' orter be seat to jail. Lcok yere, Jim Howland, what sort of a man might yo' bo ou tho average ?' 44 Purty squar', kuruel — purty squarV' 44 Because,' resumed tbe official, 44 one end of tho jail has caved out, the roof has sunk in, j aud the niggers has ripped out all the floors. 1 It's a mighty lonesome place to put a white man in. and 1 don't reckon he'd stay but over two. minutes. I don't want to bo bothered goin' arouud thar two or three timos a day, and I dou't waut to put yo to tbe trouble of breakiu' , out.' ! 44 I see,' mused the prisoner. ' And so y'd better pass yo'r word not to get j onery und skip out, aud yo' kin hang ...
LAND NOTES. Government Gazette, December 30, 1898. SPECIAL AREA [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
LAND NOTES. ' Government Gazette, December 30, 1893. SPECIAL AREA No. 28,797, being portions 13 and 17 of 537 acres, county Boyd, parish Mycotha, will be available at Narandora on 23rd February j upset price 30s per acre, Good agricultural land. '? 1
ONLY A TRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
ONLY A TRAMP. There is oo telliug what romance lies hidden in tho heart of any man among the thousand* that throng the city streets. Buck of tho most forbidding exterior tbe poorest tramp may keep secret tbe sweetest or saddest of stories. And this fact was brought home recently lo tho proprietors and employes ot a grain depot in a peculiar way. An e.mpty car was standing u**ar tho depot ou the private switch, aud being examined into early in the moruing a mau was found asleep. Ho was awakened and hurried out by the police with therudeness that a vugruntde.ierves, or, at least gets, and when he was goue thoro wero found in the oar whore he had It ft thom a - buuch of letters— just a buuch of old letters. They didn't amount to auytbiug for they were only a tramp'B. But what would a tramp be doiug with u bunch of letters ? The finder* looked at thom again, on second thought, and they were surprised. They wore from a woman— from a womau to her lover— and tho expressions in them wero ju...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNO WING — Dr. Osborne says : 'I use SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as- a spray for nasal catarrh, low fever,, asthma, &c., with great succcss. I find this preparation superior to all others.' Dr. Stahl I have used various preparations of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT than from any other.' Dr. Preston ' I never use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', as I found the others to be almost useless.' Dr. Hart : ' It goes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the best in the market.' In influenza, all- fevers, throat and. lung trouble, diphtheria, diarrhoea dysentory,. kidney complaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains ulcers, &c., it is invaluable. See that you get SANDER & SONS', and rejcct spurious preparations, which arc some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers. GOOD i«i mi UI]U»U,«'»F v-'&. x BLOOD Your hear...
QUEER DEATHBED FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899
QUEER DEATHBED FANCIES. Amid the many varied form* which ecoeu tricity has from time to time token, ourious wills and eccentric bequests have not been the least remarkable. Humour of the grimmest, and at times of tho most fantastic, the bitterest cynicism, relentless revenge, as well as various devices as erratic in themselves as they are kindly in intent, have all at divers times bad their manifestation in testamentary documents. Thuj, Mrs. Klusaboth Balls, of Streatham, directed that the cob mare and greyhound which were her late husband's wero not to be sold. Tbe mare was to be kept in a comfortable warm, loose box, afl it had been kept since her husband's death, was not to do any other work, either in orout of harness, and its back was not to be erossed by any member of her late hus band's family, but to be ridden by somo person of light weight not more than four days in eaeh week, and not more than an hour iu each day, at a walking pace. A sum of £65 per annum was left for tho ...