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Daysdale Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Daysdale Race CJul). ANNUAL. MEETING, 26th JANUARY. Trial, Stakes of £G. — Six furlongs. Rosemont ... ... . ... 1 , Orion ... . ... ... ... 2 Greystocl ? .'. r 3 Welter Handicap of £6.— 7 furlongs.: Mastertop... ... . -'.X- 1 - Iris. ? ... . ,i.. 2 - Greystcel ? ? _ ... & , Daysdale Handicap of £12.— One: mile. ?' t^. Rosemont ... ... , 1 Dice ? ' ' 2 . Selling Race of £6.— Six furlongs. Grey Lass... ... \ '... 1 Little Bess ? ' ...' 2 Flying Handicap of £7.— Sis furlongs. Orion ... ... ? ? : I Rosemont ... ». ... 2. Forced Handicap-. — Six furlongs. Greysteel .... ... .... ... I Mastertop,.. ..., ... ... 2 Orion ... ... ... ... 3

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tocumwal. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Tocumwal. January 26. To-day being Anniversary Day, the town is very quiet, as a good number of people have gone picnicing, driving, &c. The weather has been very cool for the last week — not at all like Januory weather. Slight rain has fallen, 105 points being registered. The town and district have sustained a heavy loss in the death of Mr, John Crowe, of Nallabooma, which sad event took place at Cobram early on Friday afternoon last. Mr. Crowe has been in failing health for some time past, and a few days before his death went to Cobram, where he was under the care of Dr. Kennedy, but all that medical aid and the most careful nursing could do were of no avail to save his life, and he died at the age of 68 years. Mr. Crowe waB one of the oldest and most highly respected resi dents of the district, and leaves a widow and very large circle of relations and friends to mourn his loss. He was ever ready to re spond to the calls of charity, and took deep interest in manly sport. H...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

impure KM Suffered for three years Mr. F. Westall of Mltcliam, Bo. Australia, sends us Ills portrait which shows a. smooth and healthy condition of the skin. But lie lias had the following experience : *' For the past three years I havo been, suf- fering from an eruption of tho body. I hnd medical attendance and had medlcino to take and a lotion for outward application, hut tliey did not do mo the slightest good, In fact! tried all sorts of medicine and nothing seemed to relieve mo. My life was a burden. I had no appetite and I could, not sloep, I was strongly advised to try DR. AVER'S jSarsaparUta by a friend who had received- great benefit from It. I did so, and after taking only two bottles the (tolling left me and I felt better In every way. I continued taking tho Sarsa psrilla and altogether took six bottles. I am now f roe from the eruption and can eat and sloop as woll as I over did In my life. Itis now about eight months since I was cured, so I am sure I can say the cure Is ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Finley, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

DISTRICT NEWS. ['From Our Own CoRREsroNDENTg.] Finiey. January 24. The sad news of the , death of Mr. John Crowe, of Tuppal Creek, reached here on Saturday, and great sympathy was felt for his. wife and relatives in their sad trouble. Mr. Crowe's loss will be heavily felt, in the district, he being universally liked and re spected, of genial manner,- and always kind and hospitable. ' -.s A meeting of the Finiey Crioket Club was held at tho TerminuB Hotel on Monday night to complete the arrangements about the proposed match between tho Deniliquin ltes and IocoIb. Mr. O'Brien camo forward and generously offered both teams a free lunch on the day of tho match (Jan. 28). A smoke night is to be held afterwards, and the price fixed by the committee is 3s. What a chanco for cheap beer I Truly a favorable star has wandered out of itB orbit and settled over Finiey. The Church of England people are holding a social on Friday next at the Mechanics' Institute 4n aid of the Organ Fund ; one can ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gatton Murders. OPENING OF THE INQUIRY. GATTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

The Oatton Murders. OPENING OF THE INQUIRY. Gatton, Tuesday. A magisterial inquiry into the denth ofi' Norab, Ellen, and Michael Murphy on December 26 was opened this morning at 20- miou.tes to 11,. in the Gatton Police Court,, before Me. A,. H.. W. Shand,. acting police magistrate, of Ipswich. M.t. O; A. Mcrris,. of Morris and Fletcher,. Brisbane,, appeared for the relatives, of the deceased. Inspector Urquhart conducted the inouirv on behalf of the police. Mr. W. E, Parry Okeden,. Commissioner for Police,, was also present.. The greatest interest was manifested in the proceedings. There was a large crowd, out7. side the courthouse.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Agitation by the Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Asritation by the farmers' and Settlers' Association of Sew South Wales. The following copies of resolution passed and replies received were forwarded us from the Temora Farmers' Union ; — Whitton, January 19th, 1899. Sir, — I have to bring under your notice that a motion was pnsseel at a meeting of the Temora Branch of our Association in structing the secretary ' to communicate with the general secretary with the view of urging npon branch associations the neces sity of making a general demand that a duty should be placed upon flour and wheat entering the colony.' The Gunbar and Currawarna Branches urge that the Government be approached and petitioned for remission of rents and instalments due for the year 1899 throughout the drought-stricken districts of the colony. I would also advise I have written to the Railway Commissioners asking tor conces sions on freight on seed wheat on the same basis as the concessions allowed to pastoral ists for removal of starving stock (viz., 50 per...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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BURGESS CALLED AS A WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

BUR.GESS CALLED AS. A WITNESS,. Inspector Urquhart :? Call; Richard Bur gess. On Burgess, coming, into, the- oourt the. | people outside crowded round; the windows.. He looked about the court Bmilingly, but. seemed to resent the curiosity of the people, outside. He described himsi-lf as a laborer. Inspector Urquhart :. Have you ever been! ; known by any other, name than Burgess?, Witness Xery likely, I, go by any name.' 'you like,. Could you tell us a few of them 1; Witness: No; I never mention names. Witness then stated that he had never, been in the Ipswich, Hospital.. He had. been, ,at Ijilkivan,.' but. he had- forgotten, what names he used there. Xou were in trouble a. while ago, ..were, you not?.' Witnets I am always, in, trouble. It ? never know when I am out of it. He bad) been released fr.qm gaol on November 80*. :and worked at anything,- he could get, but' ? Bhearing, was. bis best lipe.. After leaving gaol be came straight away from Brisbane, and did two day's work for a. ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

?- ;J-ai«te?8 'JW'rinlisV Those people who had drinks from Pro-, fessor Dante's marvellous bottle were some what surprised when the conjuror smashed tho vessel, to sec a guinea pig issuing there from. Ono surprised gentleman in particu lar is Mr. Carl Mont McCroy, of 204 George Street, Sydney, wlio was absolutely astoun ded at the beneficial effects lie experienced from ? Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People. He suffered severely for a long period from severe kidney troubles, together with a weak henrt. ' But six boxes of Dr. Wiliams' Pink Pills cured me,' said he, 'and that was after I had been attended by doctors in vain, and tried sevorai different sorts of niedicines. My heart trouble, was 1 suppose,' the most serious. I used to be seized witli'faolent sparms in the left breart, which nearly doubled mo up in agony After these fits 1 would be panting nnd quite exhausted, and my heart would palpitate frightfully for more than half-an-hour. In addition to this, I had a lot of tr...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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FURTHER PARTICULARS. GATTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

FURTHER PARTICULARS. Gatton. Wednesdav. Two persons yesterday indentified Burgessr as a man they had seen at Tent Hill juBt before Christmas. Three others are posi-.: tive that he was the man at Moran's Blip-, rails on the night of the tragedy. Burgess was taken to Toowoomba this, morning. The present idea is to charge him, with thn larcenv of a saddle to-morrow, and' the police nre taking immediate steps to test? his statements as ' to his whereabonts on _ Christmas and Boxing Day. The commissioner of police (Mr. Parry Okeden), Sub-inspector White, and Mr.. Morris, the Crown solicitor, left for Brisbane this morning. Sub-inspector Galbraith left for Tent Hill and Inspector Durham for-. Helidon. The police refuse to give any information, as to the course to be followed to-morrow ? if the charge of saddle-stealing against Bur gees is disposed of. Yesterday, after the second Beries of iden-. tifications, Burgess did not relish the idea of: giving up bis own clothes, but gentle remon s...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

' THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES.' Tho Cigarette of the day is the ' Three Castles.' It is the besl, toe most largely consumed, and tho most appreciated. This is amplv and decidedly proved by the active demand and large sales.. ►

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The Jeriderie Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Ihe Jerilderie Mechanics^ Institute. The monthly meeting or the committee of' the above was held last night. Present — . Messrs. WiBe (chair), Mahoney, Elliott, Ryan, Hitchinsand Solomon. The minutes.' were read and confirmed. The chairman said this was their -last.; meeting, and they could confirm the minutes, taken at the close of this meeting. Mr, Solomon complained at one of the members taking away the Government. Gazette from the^ institution, also the maga. zincs and other periodicals. A discussion, ensued. The minuteB were confirmed and the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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CHANDELIER OF HUMAN BONES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

CHANDELIER OF HUMAN BONES. In tbe ce'ntie of tlio archcd roof of All Smuts' Churcb, Scdlitz, in. Bohemia, haugs a chande lier constructed entirely of human bones. The ohurch in wbich thi.s remarkable object is sus* pended is decorated from the floor to the ceil ing with the blanched bones of bumau bodies. Garland™ of bones stroteh across the walls and hang from tbe ceiling. Pyramids topped with golden crowns, uro artistically reared from tho ground with Ihesa whitened remains of tho dead. Tho altars are literally covercd with skulls, among which are hundreds of thoso whioh had been pierced by bullets or cruRhod by murderous blows from swords aud other weapons, denoting tbat these grim relics of humauity hare been gatln red from adjacent battlefields. Tradition says that these piles of humau bones wern gathered by a blind friir of tho Cistercian Order, who &toro-l them in a corner of the church. As they were fast chang ing into their original elements a man named Riut devoted...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Wfl»eclsa3 AeSv«'rtisejan«sits. JERIIDERIEJMGIRALJTY, ~Vrp.TI.CE is hereby given that in terms of tho Municipalities Act 189,7 I appoint l^turday, 11th day. of i^bTuary, 18;99, the DAY- OF NOMINATION ? Of Candidates to fill the Taoanci.es caused by ? the Retirement of Aliierml'ti Tuouas WISE 'and William M'VlTTIB, and ' Auditors ? Kennedy aud Jobs Ryan. Nominations must be made by delivering '^o tbe'Returni.ng Officer seyeu days at least before tho daj of n'o.rriiriaiion a document §ighed Ijy two electors entitled to vote con- ; Ijairiing the. name or names in full o£ the candidate or candidates they may wish to propose, set ting forth also tho. occupation of sucn ^findijdate or candidates, and also |imilar particulars respecting the tigo ^lectors, so nominating. A Lo&al Option Vote, 'Under the provisions of Sc.ction 28 of the ; iiquor Act o£ 1898, will be taken oij the I8th, day, bf FEBRUARY, 1,899, ? ?' ALFRED. SMITH-, Returning Officer. (JJoutjcil Chambers, - -ittii Janua...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

KlTSKlVESS jSTOIICKH ? Xmas Goods Xmas Goods Great Clearing Sale — OF — Summer Goods, and all Classes of General Drapery — AT THE — ? , - SYDNEY . CASH -.STORE JERILDERIE. '' / J&.. BROVMAH WISHES to announce to his Customers, and the Public generally, that owing to the increase of business lie has had to enlargo and make extensive additions to his buildings, and while these are being done he lias decided to make ' GREAT REDUCTIONS From IS to 25 per cent on Cost Price. ' His -reasons for thus sacrificing his goods are : firstly, that while the altera tions are 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 month or so's time. ? ? He also wishes to announce that on and after the first of the New Year he intends to open ? Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, and Furniture Departments , in conjunction with the present Drapery establishment, and he trusts that the w ^prices, at wh...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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THE FARMERS AND THE SUGAR GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

THE FARMERS AND. THE SUGAR GROWERS. At tlie last session of our Parliament when the Premier electrified the House with his proposals for resorting to the Customs for raising revenue to meet the expenditure — among which was re taining the £3 per ton on sugar — it was pointed out to him that such, a course was much akin to that of a pro tectionist premier who was bolstering up one particular class at the expense of the community; but Reid said he was not going to ruin one particular class of our producers by removing these duties. Holding the faith that our producers should be encouraged by keeping open every possible avenue of employment for our unemployed, the Premier's stand on that occasion was looked upon by all protectionists as a move in the right direction. Of course, with others holding tho same political belief, we thought at the time that while it was introducing the thin end of the wedge wo could not follow our Premier in drawing the line of demar cation at the sugar grow...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The Name of the Other Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

The Name of the Other. Gintleman; There is a story of an Irish peasant — an old w-0man — who spoke little English, and was examined Wy her priest as to her knowledge of Jier-J doctrines ? of the Catholib (ihurch. She was aaked, among bther questions, to repeat tho namos of the Trinitv.. ' Father, Son,'' she repliedr.' and then; after a pause, added, 'Faix, yer rivoronoe, I forgit tho name of thei other gintleman.' . ? -

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions, herein expressed by correspondents.] OPENING OF ROADS, &C. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD, Sir,— rPermit mo through your columns to pen a few facts regarding the Wunnamurra land, which was to be thrown open for selection some time ago bnt was delayed on account of the late Mr. Peterson's death, according to our member, who said when asked about the land that this Lands De partment was waiting for signature of title. I would very much like to know how long is this to go on, as I am sure there are people .waiting to go on the land if they got it. I am not particularly interested in the land, although 1 am an intending selector, but I would like to see this land thrown open for tha sake of thoBe who will get it. Apart from this, the cry of the Government is 'We must settle the people on the land I' This is all very good, but why don't they and not keep the people waiting until the sweet by and by, when it woul...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Keeping Herself Cool for the Earl. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

Keeping Herself Cool for the Earl. J At a vioeregal ball in Dublin Castle a young military officer approaohed a very pretty young lady from the provinces, who was sitting with her mother, and asked her whether he might have the. pleasure of a dunce, but before she could reply the fond parent hastily broke in — ?' 'Deed, and you can't then have a, danoe with Mnlly . She's keeping hersolf ; cool for the Earl of Clanfurly 1'

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

A strong* woman a weals back are never found together. When a woman breaks down she invariably tells you ' her back gave out.' The constit utional weak spot in womankind is tho kid neys. That is natural from the distribution of weight throughout the body in the sexes. Women are heaviest from the waist down, men nre heaviest from the waist up. The ' small of the back ' is much Bmallcr pro portionally in women than in men. The kidneys lie under toe small or tne dock. Hence women sufferers from kidney com plaints outnumber the men except where the occupation of men exercises a constant strain on the kidneys'. But thank science, wherever found and from what every cause, and in either sex Doan's Backache Kidney Pills (but be sure they ARE Doan's) will euro that backache as sure a3 you take them. We know it and everybody in Jerilderie knows it by this time. Bead the testimony of Mrs Frank Herbert the wife of a well-known bootmaker resid ing in Laehlan St., Hay. Paving lived there for 13 y...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 January 1899

General Items. . There aro no shoe factories in China. There aro 4, 500 womon printers in' England. Houoy obtained from poisonous flowers is always poisonous. The namo Holland is an abbreviation; of Hollowland, Londoners pay on an average 21s. nori annum for gaB, London haB a foreign population iroughly estimated at 271)000. -; Thbr-).arty.ton thousand miles of over-; ,head,tel6graph-wiroB in London. . ' ? ? :It ia estimated that the population ofl Australia a hundred years hence will be -115,000,000. -.. : ?The University of Oxford has type and appliances for printing 111 160 different languages. ' ? A -medical authority says a baby should cry three or four times a day to givo its lungs needed oxercise. I11 Germany all school children have a holiday whenever tlie thermometer re cords more than 77 dugreesin theshado. Ihe Duke of Argyll lias been a duke'' for fifty years. Longer than any other' man. ? ? ? , The manufacture of straw is one of the most important industries in Germany, ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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