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Urana. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

'' Urana., (From an Occasional Correspondent.) ...-?, ? Tuesday. : - The, weather of -late; has-; been -vory dry; We had cloudy: days-but; only a few drops of: rain fell: . The future.is commencingjto look very- gloomy ; water is becoming very. scarce. That in our/great stond-by, the town! dam, has receded to within the original bed of the creek; and it is feared that if we do not get some rain soon wo will have no' local :water supply ; then the: people .will, either have to ro a long distance for water, or have it brought to them. Notwithstanding this, the windmill is still allowed .to ' pump water into the- so-called recreation' reserve. Certainly, it must be acknowledged that the reserve only gcts a limitcd amount compared to the former waste, still it ist: considered that the tTees in- the park should go thirsty before human; beings ;are: deprived ; most of the trees should- be able to do without irrigation? now. i - The-. remarks; raised^ by your paper and otheTS- who liaTO ag...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

1 CEllTAlstY the; best -medicine known is | Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract. Test its i-cminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza— the 'relief is instantaneous.' .'In serious eases and accidents, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, is the safest remedy -— no swelling, . no inflammation; Like , surprising effects., produced 'in;1 croup, ; diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of. the lungs, swelling, etc. ; diarrhoea,- dysentery,' diseases of the kidneys and and urinary organs. In nso at hospitals , and,, medical clinics all over.ihe globo ; patronised by His Majesty, 1 tho King ;of ; Italy; and; crowned with medals . and: diploma .at- International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Insist on getting ; Sander Sons. Eucalypti rl5xtraet,'or.'clso ' you1 will be -supplied with .worthless oils. ? 1 Look to your health, 7nnd take,, no-.other ;but Linctiln - and M'lnty.^e's 'brcw.i .It .can be depended oil. Local Connoisseurs have: pronounced it the best and freshe...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The Billabong Dam Cases. AN IMPORTANT ACTION. BLACKWOOD v. M'CAUGHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

-Tlie ;BilIaliong' Warn Cases.- ' AN IMPORTANT ACTION. BLACKWOOD v. M'CAUGIIEY. ?? An action in- which a considerable amount o£.iRtcre8t. is. ..being. -.taken- was commenced yesterday -afternoon ; in the Banco Court, before the Chief Justice and a special jury of-twelvc.:;.;,The a:tion is one in which Jolm Hutchinson)Rl^ck-u'ood sued D. M'Caughey to recover.!£.10,000 compensation for injuries sustained rby him in consequence, as he alleges, : of ' the defendant having erected certain dams \ipon the Billabong River and Yanko Creek, iwhich had the effects of depriv ing him of his right . to the flow of the wnters. Sir: Julian Salomons,, Q.C., with him Mr. -0.' B. Stephen' and Mr. Pike, apponred for the plaintiff ; and the Attorney-General, with him -Mr, -Pring and - Mr. Garland, for the defendant. In, opening the case, Sir,; Julian Salomons explained that, the plaintiff ; was tlie owner of Booabulo Station, in the Naran dera district, and the defendant was '.the proprietor of Corce St...

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Finley. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

I ; ? . i iMlej. ? _ Wednesday; A well-attended meeting, of . fiirniers.-nnd! business people was held -.in-f the School of Arts last Monday, afternoon to rc'ccivc public notification of the amounts at which property holders, were assessed to pay. for I lie purchase of land required, for- -the FinleyBerrignn line. . Mr. M'Allistcr occupic Mho cliair, and after lie had, explained the: oMccts of .the ? meeting; s and road / tho ? assessmont list, a secretary and . treasurer jwero I- appointed. Before the, meeting could go on' any fnrthtr Mr. Bichard Sutton -stepped up to- the treasurer and handed him1 the amount of his assessment (£12)i and immediately - |io, was followed -by. the chairman, who paidi a-.lilco amount. On this the entire - meeting came forward,' and,'- with .'outstretched 'flu quo IjpoIfS, paid ijp tilt j)roporti(in they Wii'e listed at without demur. Not a single ob jection was raised as to tho .-fairness of the assessment ; all came prepaved to pay a fair thing and th...

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Colinroobie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

1 - Colim-ootoie. m ' 1 ^ * Wednesday. Iun tne utn mst.iwe nau:Muiy:quite a gala day— horse, ' foot,; and 'bicycie^ racing. ':' Of course, as it was.our. first.attempt - atrliowe race management manyterrors-crept in,- but; ?we intend to amend- theBe; in future/ Our ' starter, Mr. Bond, is a first-class hand at the post, having a rare stock ofjpatience.' .Every. event was well contested, and all passed off without aihitch ;;eveh the iloserBi were satis fied fair', play .'was meted- out. ' The chief attractions -were the. bicycle races, . there, ? 'being three of these. Mr. J. Roach: won two and rMr.\ Cox ione— very popular-wins; Mr. Campbell, a Narandera crack, started in the last-race, and, although iO. yards behind the rest in a .half-mile spin, would have won if he had not the: misfortune . to lose the seat ' off his' bike shortly after ' starting. ' One -of the side showi was a tight-wire walker, -.who went backwards; and forwards-, on; this ;in clincd wire, knelt down, fell off,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

JBuaxxjiS)* Somiii. A Watches, Jewellery, Mo Silver-plate. Cutlery. SIS and 817 GEORGE ST, (Opj-. Railway Station), SYDNEY. Hand flnhhed, Fullcnppcd Knglish Lever, £3 10/- Strongest, clicapcst, and best time keeper ever made. Extra quality, £4, £4 10/-, £5, £6, £7, £G. 3, 4, 6, C year*' guarantee. Silver Hunting Key or Keyless, £2, £2 10/- Short Wind Keylesa, 7/0 and 12/6. Superior quality, 20/ j guaranteed. Gold Levers, £4, £G, to £20. Direct Amenta for Hother ham's Levora, Waltham'a, and Watcrbury at 25 p c. less than other houses. Solid Gold Chain, Single or Doublo 2/10/ 3/-/..3/I0/-, 4/-/-, 4/10/- 6/-/- 15c. Solid Gold, 6/10/-, 6/-/-, 6/10/-, 7/-A 8/-/-. 10/-/- Pure Silver, IO/-, 12/6, IS/-, 20/ Boautifully chased. Any namo or initial. 0c. Solid Gold Bar, quito new, 7/0 Extra Strong, 10/- Uo. Gold Bar, I5/- 18c. Gold Bar, 20 /? Pure Silver Bar, 3/0 18c. GoUl Pure Dia mond, 2 Uubtes or Sapphiroa- £2 3 pure Diamonds £3 Quito new, Solid Gold, 2 Bar Amothyst, 22/8 15c. Gold, 2 /-/- ...

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Tocumwal. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

OToeuniwiU. , . J Wednesday. : Regarding the weather there is nothing to boast about, except, that it: is. agreeably cool; We are getting so used. to it tlmt-.we do not value it so 'much.- ;Asmonth. or two back we? would have given a great. deal -to exchange - the- weather we, had- then- for;what:'we hi-ve now. It made a great; pretence to rain; last, Sunday night, '.-:but 'Ho!our:great: disappoint ment only one brief shower fell. The river has got down ngain to summer level. ' At the last meeting of the Progress Asso ciation ritwas- resolved to.agitato to. have a branuli of the Victorian railways constructed rto the Tocumwal: bridge. It is stated that active steps-are being' thken to carry out the resolution. -It was announced at the meeting; that the Public Pound had been removed to the substantial stile 'yards^ adjoining 'Mrs. M'Connaughty's Hotel, , and the Association -lis.-' about.; to apply forythe use: of , a small reserve in. tho vicinity, to depasture im pounded stock. v.1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

LADIES' SAFEGrUAED [registehbd.] i KJ' . . A,fe recommended by everyone as'tlio Quickest, Safest, nnd liest Medicine for Restoring '.b'TliUWCJll Regularity, any causc or dura ? tiaiii They are triple strength and ilevcr Fail. Box posted, . SAl'ETV free from observation, 7s 6d ; extra strong; 20s. Dnlays are . ! dailaerous. W'rito at mine to ' '..PROFESSOR II A UT MONT, v R;M;IJ., Victoiia-street, North ? Mclboiinip. Striet secredy. iSf : Send 4 staihps for Pamphlet. Geoi'g'e Malioucy. & Co., (LATE MARK WHITBY) GENERAL Slackgmithd S; 'Wiioolwrigiits, ; All hinds 6j Machinery Repaired. ?? Itor3es Gavefuiiy Shod by Experloiicod Workmeiii ? Aj^chl fot lilti [iHileipal '-Agricultural htipic ?' Ktoiit Mokcra iil Mclbduhiti) Sythley, and Hrnhvi'ltii

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Kilnyana. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 18 March 1898

- Kilnysiniil : ? , , r '' '-March 1-1. ; /It has commcnced' to rain- a Jlittle.- :Thcy say-a work commenced is half completed; . I;, trust lt.wilbprove: true in- this. case,; for this part of the 'country- is parched.:'. Even 'the : birds and the share-men are leaving. 1 1 An-/ '-old ^identity:' crossed.. to the : other ! shore' last week in the person of'Mr. | -Thomas v Spriggs, , contractor., ; A -few'. weeks s-ngo^lievappeared'toTbc a, hale, .^hearty ,: man, | but; for somei';time he. had a racking cough, and might have caught influenza*. - ; ?'- That'scourge;' typhoid, 'is:busy in the towns 'now, sand pedple ought Ho -bo careful -about 'their milk and wnter, and even whisky. As the: fdoctors; say, f they ought to boil them; What would wllisky be like if it were boiled: I - wonder? Rather -penetrating and per meating I should think.' ; T So that ' inky water ' 15 miles long did not come down the Billabong . very .far.: -I suppose .Mr. ;M'Caugbey's dams- stopped it. The distance ...

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Latest Land Information. SETTLEMENT LEASES. LAND DISTRICT OF CONDOBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

Latest nasi iiuormation. — ? — ^ ? ? ? SETTLEMENT LEASES, j Land District oi- CoNDonLrM. j County Bwenmar, Pnriah G»lnrsnmbone, Within 12 to 18 mires of Coudoblin Hallway Station, , Open 11th April, , , Portionn I7, G1 to 07, 70,to 78, nnd 92 to 132, of 3022i nccus— B.'.ntr £+7/. 'i9 Gel ; sur vey fee, £20 5.s ; improvements, U1G3 2i 6d. Suitable for 'agriculture, . Good -..fattening country,; . ., .. Portions IHC, 130, nnd 43 in parish Boirrnh of 3-132 ncres— Bunt,' £58-13* 7d ; survey fee, £21-103 J improvements, £3 128 IM. Fit for 1 - agriculture- in parts. All. well grassed fat tunin}?- country, . Portions ?! I, G(f, and 68, of- 28G7 ncres-— Kent, £1-1 lGs 21 } -survey fee £19 IS*. Fit ' for. agricdltnre In -parts. All good fattening | country..; .-.from 17 to 50 miles of Nevertire railway station.

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WORK OF EXPLORING PARTIES. DISCOVERY OF ONE BODY. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

WORK' ,'OFI EXPLORING . PARTIKS;' - K ''I* ''??/ - DISCOVERY ( OP ''ONE-BODY. Sydney, Wednesday Night. . ..The exploring .party in- the Dudley mine, ;near 'Newcastle, . where ithe. . disastrous ex 'plosion oeeitrred on Monday, detected' early -this 'morning- peculiar, smell- some'- distance from the main shaft, which appeared-to indi- examination disclosed the fact that: falls (had 'taken-, place- round - where -they-. were, and they'came to the conelusion th'at they were : standing' immediately-over tile-bodies'? which .must have. been .buried by the-falls -following the terrific explosion. Attempts were made to/extract the .unfortunate \.men; ; but ; before many minutes;- elapsed .a ;denso;;vplume of smoke came with a-rnsh from - what -'appears ' ; to be a very extensive:firc. -Tho'Jparty -were driven back and had to seek pure air. ?^A' second; attempt :was' madevtoi- get ;the : bo'dies.ont, but the, prevalence of 5 poisonous gasesr(w'ould;not; permit' of thc iparty enter ing- the...

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Terrible Railway Disaster at Newcastle. FIFTEEN LIVES LOST. PITEOUS SCENES AT PIT MOUTH. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

B3«iS wiay . at, W«wcsa4f-5«. ? ^ — _ — A ? ^ ? FIFTEEN LIVES LOST.. PITEOUS SCENES AT PIT MOUTH. ' , Sydney, Monday Night. Shortly: after-the morningf shift- 'had ;gone below - atifthe ; Dudley Colliery at Charles town, about '8vmil6s , south' , of -5Teweastle, a terrific explosion^occurrcd-.completely. wreck- ing tfiejmain,shaft;;andiimprisipniDg»14,:men nipsthoj workingsr-i.-Thcirr, chance -of ? cscnpe. ..appear-to De a.rempte;oiio....-iiio main snait, whichieompleteljj collapsed,, will .require to jbts cle'o'rpd: .before assistance 'can bpj,. sent ?below. : Hundreds of ; men, -- women and children- flocked to the pit;month,,and many 'piteous 'scenes were witnessed. It will be -some hours^yet - before the; pit- is opened. Several bodies of-mcn are ready -to: enter at !thc:first opportunity; - It :is: likely; thatjthe ?new life-saving apparatus, the Pneumataphor will,; be, brought : into s, use.'!: 'Following.- are the names of the:meniin thefpit :-t,'G. Hind- ,- march (married), ...

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Urana. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

. ' - 1 'Uih i ,H'- ' ' Vrana. Thursday. - ; St.; Patriek'sf/'Day?:! although ;! recognised, here as a holiday; by , the; stores, &c., being closed, was not enlivened by any. sports 'or races. - A- -'/scratelr; match ' i at - crioket- was played in the afternoon. Tn the evening a daiiee-was'held in'tlie-Hallj-the profits to'go to the .Hospital,- and-as- lt-waswell patron ised a.'substantial sum - should result for: that institution.' About 30 couples wore present,, who seemed to thoroughly .'enjoy themselves' until about 4 a.m. -The music was supplied by Messrs,' Ilyan-.and . Breen,-'and...Mr. Fred. Dalliston, assisted by Mr. Connors, acted as M.C., and gave great satisfaction. Mrs. Mickelson was the Buccessful:caterer. -.:?, ! ; ' j y The Land commenced its sittings here onv Tuesday. I send you the. result of such cases as have been .dealt with .to. dale ; to day.'s -.cases are completed' and the. court'! stands adjourned 'until '10 a.m. to-morrow. Mr. Fosbery appeared for ...

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Upper Yanko. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

Upper Tanlio. * ' ^ Tuesday. '? Widgiewa seems: to,: be liven ing, -up , of late— crickct,. cricket, :- in fact- nothing but cricket for the past three weeks:*''A-mntch was played on theyCoopng ft Oval' (perhaps that is;thc:bestrname:I can assign to it,'as it was lndeed-a bcautifulipitch) last Saturday . between 'two * '.-'wahs ' ; Butherwah ' . and Widgiewa and, as usual resulted in a win for thelattcriby .13 runs.5 -The scores were; of? a very small total indeed,' and; ~I ' om '' so'rry to say, I have quite forgottenr tliemj; 'but it does'nt mntter-i.Widgifewhwon, arid l-'m1 too overjoyed to try and find out. .the. .totals.. For Buthmvahj :Masqn,.Memis, Culley,.and the 'captaihV played best,' and for Widgiewa' J. Innes, P.R. and -C. Brett; - Donovan, Ains wortli and Mackinnon played a very' good all-round game.- . Understand -that the lun cheon was provided'by the licensee of the Hamilton Hotel and was done full justice to by about. .30 players and«-onlookers. The toasts were many...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

So much litis- been said and written prophesying war amongst nations with hitherto no results that the more hopeful among us might expect the present peaccuu state or things to last for years. Twelve months ago things looked, we were told,- as black as could be, yet they can hardly be hekl '.-better now though much changing of sides has taken plaeo [n tho meantime. ...'Willi . all . the rumors of. war of late years the world lias been very peaceful, two wars'orily disturbing the, tranquility. Neither of these wars were foretold by tho war prophets; 1 who are ever ready with warnings;' ' The one between China and Japan not only took them by surprise but almost gave them the lie direct, for we were always.being warned that in China there was a latent power, which only had to be aroused and the millions of yellow men would once more sweep; over'Europc, and by' mere force of numbers ' drive the more civilized people before them. ? The Turko-Grecian war. like ;a sudden storm came up, bro...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Finley. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

DISTRICT IEWS. [From Our Own Corrkspondents.] Finloy. ? .. Wednesday. 4=1 Things aj-e very quiet and dull in this | ftown^at present, and iife is^most 'Unexcit- | 'ing ? and.-a mere existence. The- innjority. of the farmers are waiting a decent fall: of. fall: bf. raiuubefore. copipiencing operations, -i but so faniTupjteYP. hns not favore'd.lhom;.,:, i ?-? ';Water dftrting is still being. carried oii and( pur hopes of getLing.a bore'are being . carried ; off. - .The Jatcst about the: bore is^ that fresh . tenders'arcito be. called,', as the foncs lately, received: were considered- too high., : ? Work in connecljon -wi_th-jthejrailway has' been con fi ned so' far to t lie engineers.' '-There . are a number-of men' wi tlr'ho'rses »and' drays ! waiting to be, employed- onttho-line, yet none have been taken: on. r-yThis: is . probably due to tlier engineer-in-charge* (Mr. .F. H.; Small) being employed for a; while qnithe.Nevertire-, Warren lincjiwhere he is;to bring : the.plant from. H...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

LATEST : SInTSLLIQ-SITCS. ? ... A ...... I [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII.j' (From Our Own ..Correspondent.) ' , ^SYDNEY, FitiDAv. -The price of wheat is unchanged this morning. 3'^cf.Ai.fl.ju.r— clinnrt-Avnm.- firm. ?? Prime : Merino wethers brought; its dd, good to 8s, medium to Gs. Cat tie, wero tower, prime uuuocics selling to £6, good to £5, and modimn to £3; - . Mr. Barton addressed a large meet ing .'on .the provisions of the Federal! Constitution Bill., .'.Ho strongly. ? recom mended the .Bill for, acceptance, -and strongly appealed to young: Australia to assist in the- movement. A -- motion approving of the Bill as a just and liberalmeasure was passed. Alderman- John Norton :? last night was -selected-by.; the. -Phillip Division Protectionist League as their . candidate at the next election. Thursday afternoon at .St/Joseph's Hospital, Auburn; an operation was per-; formed on Mrs. v-King, . one of- the ?victims of ?, tho .. llookwood .tragedy. The position of the bullet in the spi...

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British Power in the Far East. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

Kast. * 1 ' v- At-'the present time, when all eyes are turned towards the Far East, it may. interest some of our readers to learn what the mother is doingjto maintain her claim to commerce in: -China' by a list of the men-of-war; at present there, or are due by the cud. of this month on the station. I Tl.iey. arc all the newest typeships, armed . with'the most modern guns— wire and quick ... firing— and having full complements of T--rRedpS^-:They aje^all diverted there witli ?0tittrro6Giug, either the ClfanneT or Mediter -ran'eahj-Bquadronii'tho port guard-ships of Great Bri tain, ^or^jhe neighboring stations -of ? the -'Pacific, Eiist'SriSiesf'or ^Australia' of 'fofle ,sins;le;.y.i}s3»l j'i ^ battleships' ' Ifarveyed Armour (3) — -^Victorious, ?14,900 ''toiis, IS; knots. 1 1897.:; LBaffteuri , 1.0.500 tons, ,'.1 8. knots, '.] 892i; . Cen ?'VuriOn' 10,500 torisi' 18' knots, 1891. ' :-7Firsf:'Cla5S:Crnisei',' HpecialVi'y.pc.— .Powcr- 'ftil,.l:4,2b0.t6ris',,21'l-riotsVl897;.-t First-C...

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KALGOORLIE, W.A., FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

KALGOORLIE, W.A., Friday. I : Th c Premier von h is arrival at .; Cool- gardie was hooted by.-a . large crowd to : his hotel. ; -Ho aftcrwards-rocoived v a : deputa tion re tho ton feet regulation and was . asked - to release' the men im prisoned;;. xhe Premier had not con cluded liis- reply when the police-asked some of the delegates to go out and pacify the crowd. Tho Premier was shortly, afterwards attacked by tho mob outside the hotel' and. severely hit in the face and bruised, and being unable to got back to the hotel ho mado for tho railway, station. -Tim. Wnrden, Booing the Premier's life in' danger, read; the Riot Act and dispatched tho police for Itheir. firearms. On their - return .the \Premier was hustled into tho- railway i carriage, : which,; . immediately left the howling mob. On ronching The Boul der and on hearing that tho rails '? wOro f)eing. pulled :up,,; tho engine at- once started for Kalgoorlie again. LONDON, Thursday. : . Mr; Gladstone is suffering from weak n...

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THE TRANSVAAL TRAGEDY. MR. WOOLE JOEL'S DEATH. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 25 March 1898

THE TRANSVAAL TRAGEDY. MR.' WOOLFJJOEL'S DEATH. ? - i London, March 22. ; The trial of the man Ludwig Wertheim on -thV-charge of 'murdering !: Mr.' Woolff Joel;: the well-known Transvaal millionaire, was begun at'Johannesburg this morning. Theifirst Witness called: wasiMr. Strange, manager for the deceased, who was present at thc.fatal interview between Mr. Joel and the accused in- the former's, office Aat, Johan nesburg on the 13th inst. . . . .. .. . Mr. Strange described' the; circumstances which led up to the shooting, and corrobor ated: '.the i particulars already. ^-published.. When questioned, however, as.- to? the cause of tho ill-feeling -between Ml-.' Joel and tho accused; -the witness made an additional statement of a highly, sensational nature. In his previous statement. Mr. Strance said that the (quarrel arose over a' scheme ?submitted to Mr. .Joel by .Wertheim for re dre'ssing the political-grievances of tlib Uit landers, and that forsthis scheme: Wertheim demanded a s...

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