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JERILDERIE BOYS v.URANA BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
JERILDERIE BOYS v. URANA BOYS, . ; ;On Saturday, last a contingent of ;the local r youngsters ,were.driven;up. to .Urana.; by : Mr.' W. F., Egan in\a. large drag drawn by a splendid, four-in-hand .team; the object of their visit , being -to tjy conclusions; with an' eleven. of the, Urana-: ' infants.'^ ;, Soon after ? they arrived-^a start was made: , and: on; win ning' the -toss the Urana captain decided' to bat. At 1.30 the innings - closed; , the - total : being ;114. : An - adjournment -Cwns^made , to i Host Warren's - where luncheon . had ; been provided for the willow-wieiders; who did I not spare the good, things. The visi tors, only i succeeded in compiling 40 in their,. first' in-'j nings, and, following on, totalled:23, Urana I thus being victors ! by :;an , innings-' and 51'! ;runs. ,;Mr. T. - Berwick ''officiated : as umpire7 1 throughout' the' match and , Master C.' Seton | and- Mr. G. Fletcher each acted- during a I portion of: the: game, s The /following are the -. | ...
Cricket. BUTHERWAH v. URANA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
[?] BUTHEIUVAH v. URANA. ?'?????? (From a Correspondent.) On Monday the Butherwah and 'Urana : Cricket Clubs, played a njatob on the Uutlier .wah ['oval,. and the day being n:publio:liolidny ,a:good few. of the ; townspeople, took ad van- ? ,tnge,.of,it and; came out to wnncss the play. A: strong:- wind,- bringing .with^lt, clouds of: dust,,.', was.i'blowing- until noon;' -when -it - dropped; and, tho rest of the dayj;was/,all that could jbc/lesi red. for: cricket; -,vWhitehead;;the: captaimof the lintlierwah tenni,:,having won: the;, toss :frp'm jDr.', Maek'nnight,-' (lccided to take- the. wickets, sand sen tin :Barwicki,and- ?Hogg./; Flutcliericommenccd ,t lie nUaclt with a maiden- and 'Hoban,' bowling from the' other end, :on Jus sixth; ball ; very, 'nicely :took 'a return rfrom.'Barwick.' . Mcmcs'follojved, but. after- making a- brace was splendidly, caught by llacknightat mid-on. Four more wickets fell in -quick succcssion, all 'being victims to Hoban, who was, bowling .with-wo...
Land Board Meeting at Mulwala. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
land Boml Meeting' at; Mulwala. .- A meeting of . tho Local Lnnd Board for the Land District of, -.Corowa will- bo bold at t.he Mulwnla Court House on the undermen tioned dates, at which t'lo following cases will be considered : — ^ } - Wednesday, -20th- April; 1898. ' ? .-Apprnisement of Annual -Rent;— Belubiila' Preferential': Occupation LfcenseJ' ? 98-1 92 ; , Hoomanoomana Occitpntio'n -License,' 98-1308; ; Boom.moomnna .. Preferential,: Occupation License, 98-1299. ' ' ' ? 'Inquiry section 20 ;C;' L;*'Act - of : 1884 re residehce; — John Bernard il'Malion^c.p. 72£ acres; William V. .Wealands, '200 'acres ; Bank of New Sou tli - W ales ( P. 'P. Sandral), 50 acic8, . Value and Ownership of Improvements,— George Francis. Deakin, c,p. 288$ acres. : . Thursday, 21st April, 1898. ' ' Inquiry . Section. IC C. L. Act of 1895 re residence and bouse; — Thomas Lawlor, li.s.' 307J:acres ; James Kirne, 174} acres., ; - Inquiry Section 16 :C. L. Act , of 1895 re residence. — John Quinn, h.s. ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
'LAT22ST, ZHT^2LLIG-31-rGS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] . (From Our .Own - Correspondent.} -? ? ' ' , SYDNEY, Friday. * Wlieat.on rail this niorning is quoted at^ls per bushel. Allomobush yesterday piimo moiino wcthcrs.brought from 9s, tOilOs j good, 7b 6d to 8s 3d ; medium, 5s. Cattle aroioweiv 'Pnmeibullocks' brought to: £6;/ lls ; good, to £5 ; medium, £3 10s. , i- vTho' Anti-Convention Bill ; .LenRuc i liold'a demonstration in tho Town . Hall [ last night. A resolution denouncing the Federal Constitution prepared by. i the Convention was carried by an over-:; whelming majority.' Mr. Want was tho principal speakov. He was well'te coived. He said he was so convinced i, of . tho dangers of the Convention Bill that he was going to fight it out to- tilt!, bitter - end. He said tlio Convention .waited until they thought they wero safe from Parliamentary interference, and -then altered the Bill out of all ?recognition. The reason was because they could think one way and vote another. He s...
Jerilderie Fire Brigade Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
?Tci'ililcrio Tire BSrSsraaI« . Kail. , , . — ? — '- ? (By T. E. W.) . Tho above eventuated in Hardie's Assem bly ITall on Easter Monday night, nnd was one of the largest ever patronised in the town, there being nearly 60 couples tripping to the excellent, music supplied by a con tingent of the town band under the lender ship of Mr. Tevclein. Prioi to the dancins, Mr. Thos. Wise, who was present, addressed tho gathering in a few well chosen words on the object which had led up to their meeting together. He pointed out what nn acquisi tion to any town wns the formation of a fire brigade, and paid a high compliment to tho members of their newly-formed brigade. He .was proud to say that in them this town had courage, bravery nnd hardihood combined, and these were, in endurance, second to none in the colony. When they had such n lot of noblo and unselfish fellows coming forward and proffering gratuitously their services for the saving of lifo and property should not they, as townsmen, r...
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. TUESDAY, 12TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
SJIALL DEBTS' COURT. Tuesday, ? 12tii Amil. '? ? - v. Jessop v. Fulton,: For . value of a number of fencing posts.— Case withdrawn; ' : Mr. Maries appeared for complainant, and Mr. Solomon ; ?for defendant. , ; The latter applied for .wit nesses' . expenses, ? which were allowed— amount £1 lis 6d. ' ' : Kennedy : v.; Morris.— No servicc.' Sum mons continued. ? Iirovman v. Drnmmond,. balance ?- £1 6s;— i A wire was read from the Berrigan -Registrar: I stating that the amount had been paid' in' i there., - Verdict forvimount and and costs. ' Hawkshaw. v. ; Kyan.-r-Witlidrawn. : '.Mr.' I Solomon applied for costs. — Not allowed. ? Brovman v. Maxwell,. £2- 7a 9d.— Verdict for amount and costs. :,'*,'-Whitby -v;-Shanahanf dishonored^P.N., , £9 17s. — Mr. ? Solomon,. for- complainant. ' Debt proved. Verdict for amount with interest; ? Yard v.'Bertramj money lentj &c., £2118s' 7d.— Verdict -for amount and costs. : ? Steele v.- Bertram, goods sold. £6 9s 7d.— Verdict for amount and ...
HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AND SETTLEMENT LEASES. Gazette March 26. Open at Dubbo, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AND - * ? SETTLEMENT LEASES. Gazette March 26. Open at Dubbo, May 5. ' Four homestead selections, from 1,117 to ? 1,170 acres, parish Biinuieliomar, county, Lincoln ; rent, from:. £13. 19a-. to £11 13. I Country undulating. i trThrec . settlement leases, from 1,312 .to I - j2, 100 acres ; rent, from Jil l to £26 5s. i . :Qpen a(; Parkcs on 2Sth April. .Three settlement leases, from 2.G81 to 2,716 acrcs ; rent, £19 lis to £19 lGs per annum'. ' ? ? T.wo ? homestead selections of 131:}- acres and 117} acrcs ; rent, £1 Gs per annum.
THURSDAY, 14TH APRIL. (Before Dr. Robinson and W. Elliott, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
, Thursday, 11th April.' ' 'Y- - ? (Before -Dr. ;Robinson and - W; Elliott, J's.P.) , Elizabeth ^Bertram' was 'charged -. with , in- , suflieient-.means .of 'support. ; As, the poor creature seemed : to be slightly demented; their Worships : ordered;. her / to, .be . sent to Deniliquin for three. months.- ? ;: Patric'k Piggott :.(an .old .offender)?, faced it I for druuketinesi,: and was; mulcted for- 5s or ! 21 hours. ' For allowing his' tongue to wag ! too freely, he was asked to part up:two sovs.; or go to Deniliquin for a change' of air for two months. ' Pat 'goes, , ? : Peter Toomey, for an overdose of tangle foot, gotSsifino or 24 hours, and' for some profane language JJl.or ll- days. v'Peter «ill do the. 14 days in host Reward's garden, - r - , ' William Olillian-, a seafaring young man . witlr the- strength of a lion, stood up - to, the charge .of maliciously, smashing a window the property of Mr. HymanJIarris. Accused: plended: an overdose, which took his memory away.. The ...
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES FROM SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
? '.REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RE, SERVES FROJI SALE. ?? Part of . E.R. 2 of 172 acres, portion 12, ! parish Munaadal, county Wnnulgc.ry. - I 1 Portion 36 of 610 acres,. parish Stanbridge, county Cooper. .. . 'Within resumed area Kerarburv Holding. ? . '. County Boyd, Parishes Uri and Ugohit. ? Portion 21 of 15(i acres;; portions 21 nnd p2' of 3.103J acres reserve 2,151 of 970 - acres ; ''reserve 2 t,7U3 of 53 acrcs.— Total area. 1,5S2J ncrcs. Contracted to be granted by wriy of exchange.- ' 1 :
DISTRICT NEWS. Kilnyana, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
DISTRICT HEWS. — — --- ? [From. Our Own Corresponpjints.] Kilnyana.. '? ? ' ? Mondnv. ? : Water ia a word you often hear . in these droughty .times. -Well it is fast failing in tho few tanks that are;not yet dry. Cattle too; arc going off condition bccause feed is getting scanty, nnd should there be no. rain thi^monthi young lambs will aeverely. suffer in the winter. The outlook for farmers and their sons is particularly gloomy arid what' are they to, do. Somo say-there are too many, farmers and 'twere better if young men tried to. live in the towns. Be fruiterers or cgglers or something besides farmers. .. Well perhaps there is. enough of .business people in the, towns, i I; hear- there are too mnny stores in Berrigan and directly the same can be said of Finley except the increased traffic caused by federation in a year or, two may effect a change. Federation is a puzzle. v -A state, I'. believe could govern itself better single in a, mone tary nnd developmental way ; but in:. thes...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 12TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
roLrcE couht. Tuesday, 12th April. '.Mary Pride, charged with being drunk and disorderly; pleaded guilty. ' Fined 5s or 21 liouis , - , - ? Satpe,' using indecent langnage.-^F.ined £1 . or'seven days. 5- , v« Henry, Hope aiias Poppleton, was charged with . -aasaulting A., Sheldrick onv;Easter, ;JIonday,inight.;.ji As ;the same was1 unpro voked, -their ? worships said nv fine would not meet tlie easc,:so they 'would - give liim three months'' imprisonment in Deniliquin gaol;' 'Ilow old'are you ?' queried the - P.M. -The prisoner, while a glenm of hope mantled his face,- said - ^ I. am only 22 years old, your worship.' ?' Well; tben,''. replied ' the P.M., 'you will do the three months on the sloping plank for, a bed,, -be- regaled on bread and ? water, and bavc one hour's exercise nllowed, you each, day.-' a All. prisoners under 25 years of age get this.luxurious:fare, &c.' Popple ton's countenance was a picture to sec. He hung his head. for a' few- minutes, and then said I m...
Lockhart. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
X.OCK37S18'}. : - .Wednesday. : A meeting of the Green's Gunyah Railwaj' Lengue was held here on-the 9th inst. to consider what further steps should be taken to urae on the^construction of the railway from The Rock.; The president, Mr. T. Bond, occupied the chair.' A letter was read by the secretary from Mr. Hayes, -M:P., stating that owing to the Federation Question Par-; liament would not meet until June, therefore the line-would probably not be passed until the new Parliament met ; he had, however, waited .on the Minister for Public Works nnd -urged that the permanent- .survey- be made as early as possible. Mr. Day said under the, above circumstances their only plan nt present was to endeavor to have the line permanently surveyed, which would be' a step in the right direction, and could be going on during, the elections.- Mr. Hayes deserved great credit. for . keeping the. matter- under the Minister's notice. Mr, Matthews moved, that .the secretary, be instructed to write to Mess...
Jerilderie Court Proceedings. LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, 12TH APRIL. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. D. M'Caughey and T. Wise, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
.BcriErtcrie ©osii't E'tt-w- j LICENSING COURT. ! , - 'I'UESDAY^.lSl'lI Al'iur,. . - I fBeforo-the'-:P:M.;and Mi'ssrs. ,D.:M'Caugliey , „ .V and T. Wise, J.P.) i '- L. Harris,' Bernganj application for a wine, lioense* — Granted, - '? ::-,-:;Ji-.. Ilarrlsj Jerilderie, application for a nine license.— Granted. , , ? t ' ? ? E.1 -M'G rady; (th rough vll r. Marks) renewal: of a publican's license. — Granted^ ' ,
Tocumwal. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
Tocumwal. 1 -Wednesday, The weather during the- holidays was 1 was beautifully fine, and contributed in a grent measure to the success of the sports nnd bazaar on Kastcr. Monday, in Aid of 1 tho Mechanics' Institute. Enster : Monday will long be remembered by tho people of Tocum wal for tho amusement -rifforded them by the Fancy Dress Procession,' etc. A splendid Brass band Was present, and gave an' admir able selection oE musical items. The Pro cession marelied through the main street of the town first, nnd afterwards a programme of bicycle njid foot, races, fancy dress foot-, ball match,'otc'.; was gone through. There was n good attendance, and all seemed to enjoy, themselves. The music supplied by the Barid,; which consisted of members of Strathraertoii, Cobraiu, Yarroweyah, and Tocumwal Bands, was a novel and moat pleasing feature of the afti-rrioou'H enter tainment. Much amusement iv/lS caused by a greased pig which was let loose on the ground, and pursued by people on bikes, b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
Preliminary- Notice. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION — of — MiiaMe Town Properties at an EARLY DATE. I 2 ROODS 8 PERCHES, Jorildorio I Street, Jorildorio, between Messrs. j Brovmnn's and Steele's Stores. Also hnlf-acro fronting Nowranio Street. MICHAEL O'MAIIONEY, Administrator, , .. Estate Mary Ann' Day. Farm to Lot oa Share System. 9AA ACRES .of First-class. WHEAT. ;OyU-v LAND, within : fivo miles of the Jciilderie Railway, Station, on Coree South, Open for one month,, Liberal terms. Apply, to ' WM. ELLIOTT, fhrald Oflice, Jerilderie. Imthe... Rain Storm tlie man got very wet. The wetting gave him a cold. The cold, neglected, developed to a cougli, The cougli sent him to a bed of sickness. A dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, taken at the start, would have nipped the cold in the bud and saved the sickness, suffering, and expense. The house ! hold remedy for colds, coughs, aud all i lung troubles, is j Ayer's 1 r !i ? -? ^ Pectoral. ! 'PREPARED DY O. Ayer & Co., LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
'A.; 'SAUNDERS, ' SI5 and SiV GEOCGE ST. (Opp. Railway. Station), SYDNEY, ITand finished, Full capped Kn^lijh Lcvar, £3 10/- Strongest, cheapest, and heat time keeper ever made. Extra quality, £4, £4 lO/-» £G, £Q, £7, £8. 3. 4', 0, 0 veara' trnaranteo. Silver Iluntinif Key or Keyless, £2, £2 10/- Short W'ind Keyleds, 7/G and 12/6. Superior quality, 20/« puaranteed. Gold Levers, £5, to £20. Direct A^outa for Uolher* nam's Lcvora, Waltham's, and Watcrbury at 25 p c. Iea3 than other houses. Solid Qold Chain, Single or Double 2/10/ 3/-/.,3/tOS 4//,4/.0/ C/-/- ISc. Solid Uold, ' 5/IO/.,6//,G/!0/,7/V 8/./.(IO/./. I'ureSilver, 10/-, 12/0, 15/-, 20/- | Iinautifully chased. Any name or initial. 9c. Solid Cold Car, quite new, 7/G Extra Strong, 10/- 15c. Gold IJar, 16/- ISc. Gold Uar, 20/« Pure Silver Bar, 3/G ISc. Gold J'ure Dia mond, 2 Ituhies or Sapphircu, £2 3 pure Diamonds £3 Quito new, Solid Gold, 2 Bar Ametbyst, ' 22/6 15r. Gold, 2// Lntcst Sylo, 3 Bar, Garnet, or Ame thyst, 21/- 15c. G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
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Gazette 16th March. ABOUT TO BE MADE HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. County Denison, Parish Langunya. In Murray Holding. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 April 1898
Gazette 16th March. ABOUT TO BE ' MADE HOMESTEAD -v. SELECTIONS. ; County Denison, Taiish Languiiyn. ?J In.Murray Holding. PortioUi 52 of 352J acres.; improvements £19 15-!.' ? '? Portion 53 of 4521 acres : improvements, ?ClOS^S:' - .;.;i . '??? Portion 51 of 1G0 acres ; improvements, £118 0s 3d. ? Portion 55 of 480 acrcs ; improvements, . . £135 10s 3d, also lank, £G7 13s Id. -- Portion- 5 of 1271 acres ;' improvcrconts, £36 9s. ' 1 ? ' Counly Urana, Parish Butherwah. Portion 25 of 220 acres ; improvements, £10 lis Gd. Portion 26 of 261, aarcs ; improvements, £78 lis flil. - Portion 39 of 393 acres ; improvements, £112 9s 6d. ? Portion 10 ot 320 acres ; improvements, £100. -' - Portion 41 of. 320 ncres ; : improvements, £100,. ' ' 1 ; ' ' , ?? Portion 42 of 320 acreB ; ? improvemcnls, £260 (is 10(1. ? ' ? ?A-. Portion 11 of 320 ncrcs; improvements, £100. ' '? Po'rrion -15 of 320 acres ; improvements, £100. ' ? . . l'heso were act npart as special areas at 30s perrhc're; Rod loam so...