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THE THIRD TEST MATCH. FINE BEGINNING BY THE AUSTRALIANS. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

THE THIRD TEST MATCH. ' FINE BEGINNING BY THE ? AUSTRALIANS. ADELAIDE, Friday. The third tost mateh commenced to day, at noon. The weather is .fine and cool. . The Australians again won the toss, Darling and M'Leod going first to the wickets. : Both batted splendidly nnH nk ffin nriinnrnninnt,' ' fnr. lnnph t.lin I scores were — ; - ? Darling, not out ...' 54 .?? ; M'Leod, not out ? 16 No wickots for 70 . In another column will bB S8ten aunrtver tisement : where farms oro': to' let on 'sbnrcg '.''..'system in one of the richest wheat growini; -districts in' New South' tWnles. -The. Inrnl re ferred to is on the Liverpool plains, and it is no esagseratfdn/wh'en-it'.is said 1 the»yleld is from 80 to BO bnshels-por aore. During the lato linrvest this year the yield: wasi from' 20 ' to 30 bushely according, to'; the^mpere. As mnny of'our readers nr3 nwnre these lands are nlorigside a railway, mul are about 250 miles nrirth from S.vdnuy.' .Mn the event of five or six families 'deciding on...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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The System of Land Exchange. THE INTENTIONS OF THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

/ffSse SysSem Sjaastl . JExehmntre. THE INTENTIONS OK THE MINISTEPv - - , FOR LANDa. The Minister, for Lands- (Mr. J. IT. Car-, ruther.s) states t lint. it is found that'there is rather a short nee of land, and lie sis taking steps to withdraw large ureal from the pas toral le.ases under the 3rd section of' the Ael. ofl895. The land .being withdrawn isthr.t most suitable for agricultural purposes. He hopes by means of these withdrawals shortly :to have; about a- million. acresi of land avail able for settlement. The withdrawals from leases are in various stages. Some . .with- drawals aw pretty .well completed, whilst others- will take some months to complete. The Minister states that- there sre ver.v fe»v withdrawals expiring at present, and.the;C'ii-, sequence is that the areas available fur set tie-, me.nt are very small.. There .are,' however, a great number of remnants and ''scraps' on various runs nil over the colony. Tlu-se are in blocks lanyinj; from 10 acres up to 400 or per...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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CABLE NEWS. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

CABLE' NEWS. London, January 10, ? The mortality caused -by the bubonic plague in Bombay is increasing daily. .Dur ing the last 48 hours 1S9 cases hnve been reported, of.which 1.28 have proved fatal. Early in December news was received at Bombay that Mr. E. Greaves, assistant super intendent of the Persian Gulf telegraph, whilst inspecting the line between Jask nnd' Chaubcr, at a distance of 90 miles from the former place, was attacked in camp by tribes men, who entered his tent at dusk, and, pin hing him to ilia bed, disembowelled and decapitated.' him. The native staff escaped, and the camp was looted and destroyed. ' A force of.150 Bombay infantry has sailed for the Persian Gulf, in connection, it is be lieved,' with the murder. .... ; In , view , of the decision of the British authorities to extend the railway already constructed from lVady Haifa to Abu Homed along the Nile to El Damer, nt the junction of that river and the Atbara, and 25 miles obove Berber, the- furthest point ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Daysdale Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

: Baystialc Race Cluli, ' ANNUAL M BETING. The folloivine are ih i nomination's for. the undermentioned evenis to ho run at the above mteling on 26th iiibt.: — , Da.tbd.vlb Handicap.— One mile, , Rundurn Dice .Little King C'limbiiilsri* Trilby 111 Morning-Star Flying Hakdicap.— Six furlongs. Loveioelis Miss Wnllo^lpy Orion - ' Litilu Kin it ITinila Winnie): junker :Morniug Star , Cainhriilgu ^Eileen Sarah Sands

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

Aiiyf.fjj.tunEM'aaroj jPublio Nctioo. ANY Person or Perams found Trespassint in my Paddocks or Disturbin? mj Oatile therein, under the pretence of bath' : intr, shooting or birdj-ncstim;. will be prose ??-?-., ctit«fl w iLliont respect to persons. . vHoraes and Cattle found trespassing will be impounded. . . JAMES IRVING, The Park, Jerilderie. JFeril&oro 3?euacL IMPOUNDED at Jerilderie on Hie 10th day of January, 1898, from Mynll Plains, 'by — Quilliam, Esq., — One Brown Horse, no visible brand, small star. If not released and expenses pnid will be ? sold at noon at the Pound Y'ards on Thurs day according to the Act. ? ? JOHN' POWELL, Poundkeeper. vEha - Rwerina Butohwiag Establishment, Tp E. fOGARTY boss to Inform the J; ? people of Jerilderie and the public generally, that he has started A BUTCHERING BJ5INESS in premise3 adjoining the Riverina JTotel, Jerilderie, and trusts, by care and attention ?to business,'. to- merit .a. .-abate of public patronage. '' . Everything re...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

ItllsilKM.M Kuticcs. E. J. GORMAN & CO., Auctioneers, Stock, Station & General Commission Agents, Head Office: BERSIGAN.' Branch Office at Yarrawonga, under the management of H. H. Haines. Clearing, Land and Other Sale3 to Suit Coa.V3nisnc3 of Vendors. PROPERTY AND STOCK LISTS ON APPLICATION. Ag-ents for all of Aifriciiliural Madiincry, AnH Sole District Agents for thi Well-known lttA.SSBX-S*ABrreSS A*» BI3SJDEW, (Duplicate kept it] Stuck) and the VICTORY SUED SOWER. Also A fronts for (he Princiiml Wool BroUcrs. LOANS NEQOTIATED. VALUATIONS MADE. INSURANCES- EFFECTED , . , 'XMAS GirTS ?___XMAS GIFTS! _V ? W&. ESC3-C3-ESK., £]' Practical Watch-maker and Jeweller, i JEEILDEEIB, 1XJ Begs to' announce that he has a Large and Varied Assortment of i_J \y Xuias nmul Sew Year Cards of Latest B-«isis'ne. £} Also a Fresh Stock of JEWELLERY, WATCHES and CHAINS, ^ ![] Suitable for the Season's Presents. I ) Wedding Rings & Keepers, Best Pebble & all Kinds...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

Church Notis. C1ATIIOMC CHURCrr.-JiEKniCX AND JERIL / DERIE DISTRICTS -Sunday, 10th Jan.— JciMorie.i a.m., 7.30 p.m. Sunday, 23rd Jan.— Ooilburn. Sunday, 30th Jan.— Rclriian, 1 a.tn., 7.30 p.m. Sunday, cth Feb.— Fiilev, 8 .m. i Tocumwal 11 a.m. I ' , \ FATIlfit IIRNNJiSY, Pastor. grvihlfvic g^cvixUl \ AXI) Aast'r.aE'l'tiMSJS —A ? ? ? / . raill.l.siltn KVICItV FRIDAY AFTERNOON'/ l-'IIIlViv, JANUARY 14. / ? *?

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Commercial. Melbourne, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 14 January 1898

: Commercial. Melbourne, January !();.. Daleety & Company, Limited, report : — ? The Melbourne wool sal -s were resumed to day after the Christmas recess, when we offered 5.000 bnl.-s, comprising representa tive clips from nil the colonies. The tone of the 'market was Ann, and criifshreds, especi ally the finer grades, met a better demand. tlniUL'h prices were not quoiaily higher ;. mer'idnsr rfere steady but unnhaniredj and senuredS were well ebm'neteil fornt late r»ti-s Owing to exeissive reserves, withdrawals were h-nvier than usual, but we sold in all about 3,400 'bales;- Melbourne, January 11. The Australasian Mortaage & Agency Co. Ltd. resumed their woid ancl ions to-day with ii cntnlogue of 1.83G bn!es, inclii'Him several Upper' Murray lots. - We found th-i: m-rker yery firm at late rates ai)d rather in' favur of sellers tlinn otherwise; Giensy merino sold up . to 91 for a pnriion.of the lCenilworth clip from near Hamiiton, 12 ,bnl; s tprinuifig that price. 4 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

Special .idvei'tiscinents. Public Notice. JT. LANGDON begs to inform Station ? Owners, Farmers, and his Customers generally that lie has started a Travelling WAGGON in conjunction with his Saddlery Business, which will travel the whole of the surrounding districts periodically, or when or wherever required. Berrigan a. and B. Society. SUPPLEMENTARY PRIZE LIST. Class M.— Sheep. iSection 1— Best throe Sheep, most suitable for freezing purposes. First prize, £3; Becond, £2 ; (both prizes the gift of the Sydney Woolselling Brokers' Associa tion; Three entries, or no prizes awarded. Entries close 14th February. R.DRUMMOND, Secretary. St. Patrick's Day Races. A MEETING of the Subscribers to th- above will he held in tho Mechanic*' Institute on THURSDAY NEXT, the 27th Inst., at 8 p.m. J. J. CURTAIN ) Hon. H. H. SOLOMON f Sees. . ITotico of Application for a Con ditional Publioan's License. TAKE notice that I, JOHN HUNTER, Miner, residing ot Buleandra, desire and will at the next Licensing ...

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THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS. The French Goucmmcut have made a claim for the rectification of the Tripoli frontier. If their request is acceded to, it will involve the surrender of the town of Samedi and a large strip of territory in its i neighbourhood.' ,. ;! The raceliorae Marvel has been sold for 300 guineas, and joins the stud in Queensland. Survivor and Tornado have been scratched for all Sydney Turf Club engagements.

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CABLE NEWS. REMARKABLE SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

GABLE NEWS REMARKABLE SUICIDES. An extraordinary story of suicide corncs from Washington, the capatal of the United States. Within the present month four young society ladies, the daughters of distin guished Government officials, have taken their own lives. As all the victims were per sonal friends, it is supposed that they had agreed amongst themselves to end their existence. [.Some time ago a men's suicide club, founded upon the fantastical story of the late Robert Louis Stevenson in his ' New Arabian Nights, was discovered in New York, and it is surmised that these Washing ton young ladies were actuated by a similar morbid desire for notoriety]. ,

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Land Board Meeting at Jerilderie. Before Messrs. Watt (chairman), Baylis and Newton. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

land Utmrd Meeting at Jeriltlerle. Before MeBsrs. Watt (chairman), Baylis and Newton. The Land Board opened its sitting at the Courthouse, Jerilderie, on Tuesday last. The business was to hear and determine on the value of the improvements on the home-: stead selections token up on the stock route in April last ; also the valuo of the improve ments on the Coree lands recently selected on North and South Coree. The first case called on for liearine was W.J. Batchelder'B, of Moirjimmy. Mr. Wm. Orr appeared for the Crown ; ? Mr. Wm. Elliott for the selector. Prior to the case coming on the parties adjourned to see if an amicable arrangement could not be arrived at, but failing this it was decided to go on with it. Mr. J. Culley was the first witness for the Crown, and gave his evidence to the effect that for this land he had contracted for 434 acres of picking up the timber, ring ing, suckering and thinning the pines at 2s. 6d. per acre ; also for preparing 100 acres for grubbing, whic...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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THE BASTUOLAND TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

: THE BASTUOLAND TROUBLE, Two days ago it was announced that the disturbance in Basutoland, South Africa, causcd by a quarrel between tho chiefs Letherodi and Masupha, had been tem porarily quelled by the declaration of a truce. Hostilities have again apparently broken out for it is now announced that Masupha is still fighting vigorously, though surrounded by his foes. Moiketsi, tlie son ot. Masupha, who is regarded as the chief cause of the trouble, Has surrendered.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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THE RAND RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

TnE RAND RAID. Tlie famous dash for the Rand: made by Dr. Jamicson and liie troops early in 1890 has again been revived; After thefailurc of tlie raid several members of the Reform Commit tee wore charged with high treason, and four of them were sentenced to death, amongst the nmber being Mr, Lional Phillips, 'i'li'is sentence was subsequently revoked, a fine of £2.000 was inflicted, as well as banishment from- the Transvaal. Power was, however, conferred on the authorities to suspend the sentence of banishment if the prisoners undertook to abstain from interference iii the politics of the republic. This promise was given, but Mr, Lionel Phillips lias now been adjudged guilty of breaking his promise by discussing state politics, and has been exiled from the Transvaal.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

| Tna latest cables liavo it that Groat Britain is holding her own in Chinese I matters, and that alio is now demanding fresh concessions from China in lieu of the loan to wipe off the Japanese in demnity. This, the British Press fear, will b.e unacceptable to either Franco or Russia. However, with the cordial sympathy of her republican offspring and the willingness of Japan to enter into an alliance with her, Great Britain ?would have little to fear from her European rivals and enemies even if hostilities were to come. It is indeed gratifying to. all the English speaking races to note the bonds of relationship, between the United States and Britain being again cemented, for, as announcod by wire somo few weeks back, those States are oiie with her in this China question. Th-j Press, too, of tho great republic are supporting tho attitude of' Great Britain in this matter. It can not be too strongly insisted upon that this is very desirable. That the two, great branches, of the English...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]; (From Our. Own- Correspondent.)..^-, ? SYDNEY, Friday, 2 r.3i. Wheat is quoted at 4s. on rail at, Sydney, There is a advance in tho prico of' sheep. At the Homebush sales, primo wethers sold to, 8s Gdj middling. 6s 3d to 7s - Gd, .others from 5s 3d* Cattlo advanced in prices/ best selling at £G -lis, ; middling from £4 15s to, ?P.fi 17c imrl' Infoi-mr fmm -P.3 1 !(. Latest information from various im-_ portant wheat centres in the Glen Innis. district shows, that the wheat crop there. ' s ; is : practically a failure. ? . Plaits-Belts, tho English record? rider, last night reduced. tho. fivo milcs' record, standing start, to 9i minutes. The Metropolitan Court Review for ? hearing - appeals against tho land tax assessments will be openod on Monday. About 375 cases aro sot down for hear-. ing. The estimated population of . the! colony in December, last was 1,323,460, being an increase of 25,820 during, tho.. year. The excess of births ove...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Tocumwal. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

Vocuaiwal. Wednesday. Very enjoyable weather has prevailed for the last few days — not much like summer, more like spring. At present the tfver is very low. The pump crccted on the rivor bank for public use is greatly ovoiled of- by persons who havo to enrt water, audits value is being recognised. 'Yesterday it was found that the canvas hose connected : with the pump had been cut in two or threa places, and the piping; is also injured, presumably from persons swinging on it. V Gro.it interest is being manifested by the Toke residents in the test matches now being played. If two or three persons are seen together talking in an excited tone you may depend they are talking cricket.' Tocum-. wal is not much in the-bnck'-blocks' in the way of communication.with distant parts, as news of -tha. matches no-v being played in Adolaide is received here twice daily, posted up for public information. The local cricketers arc to play the Katamatite team, at Katamatite, on Saturday next, A number ...

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Daysdale Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

©aysdUiBe AimmiaB; Maces,. '-'v..;.,;,:. ... . . ?- ?,...0',. The following are the weights f-?r the tw.o, principal events in . connection with' the. above races- to be run, at IJavadale on 26th, instant : — Daysdale Handicap of £12,— IJ- milcs., st. lh 3t. lb Morning Rtnr ; 9i 5 I Dice 7 4; Trilliv III-- ... 8 4 Little King... 7; 2 Hundure .... 7 7 | Cambridge .... 7 0, Flying- Hanticai' or £7.— 'i'mile.^ . VrrftiMS'Smr . - -0 : . .7. litrulii : ... ' ..-. - 7- 5, Mii-s .\\'i(ll«s)i-y,;v8' 7- .Saw ill S,'iuda;..:;^7;, B Win'iclv Uunkir'i^.v.O /ijttls.Kiog .., .. 7 ; ' EileiM) ;7i'n. Orion ,,..;. ,,.. 7, . O; Lovelocks ... 7 7 CimWidgo ... 7 0 ! w. r.'OAKtx, ' IlaiK'.icnpptr.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

USE ONLY Coleman 13 & Sons' World amed SucA-IA'pte- ? Extract, awarded .Mfdal- -and Diploma, Chicago, against the World. Sold everywhere. Look to your health, and take no other but Lincoln and M'lntyre's brew. It can bo depondod on,. Local Connoisseurs have pro nounced it. the best and freshest in the mar ket. Tbcro is nothing stalo or muddy about it. Try it. — Advt.

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Sudden Death at Jerilderie. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 21 January 1898

$ud-|u;i liQuiii at J crilflerle. I MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. On Thursday morning Inst, about 8.30 o'clock, a man named Harry A. Herbert, an employee of Mr. Wm. Thompson, of Fern bank, who hud been in Jerilderie Buffering from some Injury to liis hand, through being caught in some machinery, and for which he was being attended to, dropped dend at ; the Eiverinn Hotel etabjea. Information wns sent to the police, who reported to tho Coroner. The latter requested the medical officer to make an external examination, and see if tho cause of death could bo ascer tained, but as no evidence of death-could be . adduced, he ordered n post mortem, when it was discovered the deceased suffered, from liearl disease. Jn the afternoon the Coroner lield a magisterial inquiry into the causo of death, when the following evidence was adduced s— John Curry, deposed : I am a Police Con stable stationed at Jerilderie, Thjs morning I was informed by a man named Christopher Oulley, groom at the Riverina Hotel, t...

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