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PROPOSED HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS To be notified in Gazelle of 18th inst. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

PROPOSED* HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS-r - To be notified in Gazelle of 18th inst. - ' 1 'Portion -18 of 188 acres, 1 county Deiiisonr parish Coreen West. ' . ' Portions 21 and 22 of C40 acres, and por tions 34, 35, 36, 37 and 40 of 1,371$ acres,, county Hume, parish Billabong Forest. Portions 4, 8, 9, 10,11, 16, 22, 42, 43, 43, 44 and 53 of 53- of -1,415} acres, county Hume, parish Gorton. ? '

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jerilderie Carnival Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

iorildci'ic Carnival Sports. | , ,i:Tlie following aro the handicaps for tho 'principal events to be run at above sporta on Tue8day next (Queen's Birthday) : — , - Birthday Bicycle -liANDicAP— Two Miles. ' ' ' E. n. Sampson ... Scr. W. Harking ' '.V.'-'SOyds. S! Thorman * ' '... 210; , _ ' B. Moore ? 230 W. Ellt ? -£... 2,')0 G.J. Ashwin ... ( ... 270 : ? Jerilderie BicycLE, Handicap— , One : ' Mile. , E. II. Sampson ... '... Scr. W. Harkins, ... ' ... 20yds. v S. Thorman ' ... 4 100 R Moore... ...- ... 110 , 'W. Ellt-A...,. 120 --Gr J.' Ashwin.4 - ;.'.'./130N 11 - -1-I i 1 ^Sheffield IIandicapt-130 Yards. , J Curtain ? 4yds. W. Tavloc, ... ..c.a G„j. J.1 Watson ... 1 ... 0 v' R.Moore ? 0 J. Thomas ? 10 , A. N.oldt ? 12

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Gazette, 20th April. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. County Mitchell, Parish Ashcroft. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

? ; Gazette , 20th April. . HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. , County Mitchell, Parish Ashcroft. Portions 3,. 34, 35 and.3G of 300 acres; ??? price, £1 10s ; improvements, £2G0 Ss. . Portions ,21: and 22 of 510} acres ; price, £1 103 ; improvements, £132 17s 4d. Portions 23 and 25 of 478 acres ; price, £1 10s ; imyrovements, £190 0s Sd. Portions 37, 38 and 81 of 197}^ acres ; price, £110s ; improvements, £121 2s. 1 Portion 82 of 027 acres ; price, £1 10a ; improvements, £157 17s 8d. Portion 83- of .490 acres ; ; price, £l,10s ; improvements, £87 15s Sd, Portion 84 of 740 oeres (maximum area CIO acres) ; price, £1 10s ; improvements, ' £229 0s lOd. County Urnna, Parish Mitchell. . Portions '7 -and 13 of 4S0 acres ; price; £1 10s ; improvements, £91 Gs Sd. Tho: above are to be open on 30th Juno next at Wagga. ' ????'?? Land District of Corowa. - n ?County Denison, Parish Dry Forest, Open on 10th June. ' :v -Portions 7 i and i7G of 480 -acres [. annual . rent, £9 ; survey fee, £7 0s 8d ; improve ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Gazette 16th March. SETTLEMENT LEASES. Open at Deniliquin on 26th May. COUNTRY TOWNSEND, PARISH GOONAWARRA [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

Gazette 16th March. , SETTLEMENT LEASES.' ' Open, atj.Deniliquin-.oil..-2Cth. May.: v. County Townsend, Parisii Goonawarba Portions 47 to 51, 53, 51, 55, and CI of 2,398} acres i;annaal rent, £37 9s 8d ,' sur vey fee; r'£18 5s ; improvements, £125 7s. About 40 acres suitable for agriculture. ? -Portions 44,- 45, '16, 41,' - 57, 7-1 and 75 of 2,5293 acres : rout, £39.103 7d ; survey fee, ??£18 15 improvements, £14G. About GO acres suitable for agriculture. . Portions 40, 40a, 39, 42, 43, 19,' 37, 17 and .78, parish Wangonella, 2,020} ~ acres-; rent, £40 18s lid ; survey fee, £19 ; improve ments, £88 8s*Gd; About 20 acrea suitable for cultivation. - Portions 38,73, 10, 11, G7 and G8 of 2,319} acres; rent, £30 5s ; survey fee, £18; im provements, £242. About 20 acres suitable to till. ' ? - ? Portions 8, 9, 53, 50 and 00, of 2,128} acreB ; rent, £33 5s 2d ; survey fee, £17 10s ; fencing. £120. 30 acres suitable to till. Portions 51, 54,' 62, ? 55 and 65, of 1,588} acres ; rent, £24 lGs...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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SUPPOSED BATTLE OFF TORTUGA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

SUPPOSED BATTLE OFF .TORTUGA. The Commander of tho island of Tortuga, on the north coast of Ilayti, reported to the Goverinent of Ilayti that sounds of heavy cannonading were heard all day on Sunday last* but a fog prevented him seeing anything of the battle which he believed was being fought.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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FIRE ON AN AMERICAN CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

FIRE ON AN AMERICAN CRUISER. A quantity of coal in tho bunkers of tho American Cruiser St. Paul took fire while thoro were 1,300 tons of ammunition on board. The flames .wore subdued after strenuous, exertions, extending over half a day. ' Thirteen men succumbed to the effects of tho heat.' Streams of water were continu ally placed upon the magazines to keep them cool. ' .

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Federation A MEETING AT COONONG SIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

STcrterrttloiii I ? A MINTING AT' COONONG- SltllNG'.- One of- tha'largest meetings ever held m locality took place on the 11th inst. at- --v. ...... Hamilton's Hotelj Old Gorce, to discuss the- ; . merits and' demerits of the Commonwealth' Bill of Australasia. Proceedihgs started &? p.m. On the motion of Mr. Ashwin, se condcd by Mr. M'Lean, Mr.- James' Innes-' was voted to the chair: this gentleman' afterwards proved himself to be' the' right man in the right place, On rising he was greeted with cheers, aud'briefly explained to the audience the object of tho meeting. Mr. Brennan, in moving the only motion put to the meeting; said that it would be better to federate in peaceful times than lo loavo it till some foreign power threatened ; us with invasion, when, of course, a hurried federation would have to be effected for de fensive purposes ; he further said that the E iresent bill was too liberal for some and not fi eiough so for others. One of tho Victorian ^?\L.A. opposed ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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THE AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

THE AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS, Tho Standard states that the , American* Volunteers 'are unprepared for active service. One'regiment is without horses. Apart from the Federal army no brigade is in marching orders. ' Very few regiments possess even half ,, the . ncces3.iry equipments. - , , There was only a small: attendance1 says tho Berrigan Advocate at the ' Jerilderie federation meeting last week; nwine.;to s the fact that tho lotter which Mr'J. : J; Kcerian,' the gentleman who had been deputed-by the Sydney, people as delegatc in this portion of Rivorina, forwarded to the mayor of - Jeril derie with a request to make the neceBsnry arrangements for a, gathering was ;. never attended to, the gentleman named having carried the communication in his pocket tor : over a week. , Ho had, quite forgotten having received it, until reminded by Mr. Keenan himself upon his' arrivalvin Jerilderie; tfAIr; Keenan, who,: is a ' Hansard ' reporter, is spoken of : as a likely candidate , at next general ...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. The; project of-an alliance - between . Great; Britain and the United States, which was strongly advocated .by Mr. Chamberlain in his speech. at Birmingham last Friday night, is attracting much attention in England;-' .tt Many eminent men have expressed opin ions in favor of such an alliance, among them being Mr Herbert Sponoer, the distin guisnsu' pnuosopner ; in a xjuko oi Argyu, and Sir Charles Dilke, M.P. : : , ^ , 1 The Times correspondent at New York. (Mr. G. W.Smalley) says that few public men . in tho United States will not commit them selves off-hand'' to , an . Anglo-American alliance, : though ' few ? dec.'are ' themselves against it.: Expressions of friendship for England are, he says, universal. , . ,

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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DISASTER AT CARDENAS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

DISASTER AT CARDENAS. ' - -.It is; reported from- Havana, that a srrious | disaster has' occurred . torthe crow -of an I American boat at Cardenas, 76 miles east of i the Cuban capital. , : The crew, numbering 18 men. were en-',i -gaged, in picking up- submarine mines;' when;;i one, of them, exploded, and .-.they .were all killed.' .... - ,

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Federal Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

Fcilvral Viimnce. The report of the Bpccial. committee ap pointed to consider the question' of Fcileial Finances in so far as they would affect New South Wales was issued on Wednesday,' and it sums up the position, of New South Wales as follows : — - ? 5 ' Viewed in the light of tho figures which we have submitted as to the expenditure and the revenue, the primary. eost„of :- federation to her will bo about £232,000 over and above the present expenditure, viz., her share oE the ndw expenditure will be £207,000, plus' the additional cost of the transferred services amounting to about £250,000.' The second-' cost will bo in the increased taxation through customs, which will amount to be between £1,260,000 and £1,4&0,000, accord-, ing to tariff decided on, thus lesulting in a surplus for the colony of from £100,000 lo £250,000 or thereabouts, after1 ''dcfrayftig' primary cost. Whether this ultimately turns out to be the real cost or not, will' de pend on whether the surplus.wil...

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AMERICA INSISTS UPON CUTTING REMAINING CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

AMERICA INSISTS ' UPON CUTTING' REMAINING CABLES. Tho American authorities insist upon cut ting the three remaining British cablcs com municating with Cuba, with the object of isolating General Blanco from , Admiral Ceveras, the Commander of the Cape Verde Squadron.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

A IHi;h Churcfi * Digrnitary.. . ' The Right Reverend Monsignor ! ? * * , ? , , * t O'Brien, Rector of St. John's i -.* ?', College, Sydney, has expressed. his opinion of . , j LOASBY'S 'WAHOO'! inthe following; (erms. Br. O'Brlon'H Statement. , 1 ? St. John's Collego. Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897.. : Dear Sirs, {;. . : *, * : r * -. r ;? -;A- trial of.LoABni's: Wahoo lias fully convinced me of its : . exceptional merits as a remedy for Indigestion. - , ' ' ~ (Signed) JAMES J. OBRIEN. ... . To'Loasby's Wahoo M'fg Co. tVahoo can be obtained from all Chem ': r ists, price 2s 6d, or post free : i from the Bole Manufacturers and Proprietors. LoasTsy's 'Wahoo M'fg1. Co. Ltd., i 171 KENT-ST., SYDNEY.

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THE LATEST NEWS. SPAIN AND THE TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

THE LATEST. NEWS. SPAIN AND . THE TELEGRAPHIC ' MESSAGES. / {? , London, Thursday. A rigorous censorship over the telegraphic messages arc being enforced' by the Spain ards to prevent the divulging of the move ments of the Spanish squadrons^. ?

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The Golden Klondike. AN ENORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD SEEKERS GOING IN. SOUND ADVICE FROM AN INHABITANT. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

'I'liu'GvIdcn 5tl«-nililte. AN ENORMOUS. RUSH OF GOLD ' ' SEEKERS' GOING IN.' ? ? .i-& SOUND -ADVICE* FROM - AN -INIIABI- f'K l'ANT.i,' JfIn tho, rush towards the golden .fields'. of'- the Klondike; there are thousands who * are ill-fitted to stand the strain of hardship and exposure, which arc inseparable from that trip. Illness,- disease, and death is almost certain tb claim many oE the ill-prepared adventurers. The following letter from one who has unddrgonethchardships'of'tlio trip, will prove, interesting 'torthose who intend going into thcdesolate but gOld-laden- north:' ' Skagway, March 1st, 1898. ? Dear Sirs, — My object in writing this letter is to give a word of advice to those who con template going to the Yukon Goldficlds. For ten years,.! have. followed, the **occupatiqn of prospecting, ? timber-estimating * and mining and the hardships 1 and privations which one has to undergo,- are. enough to wreck the strongest constitution. In the spring of 1897 I wrs-strick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

A .WoiisaBi's fSjiiferiii srsi-'' Ennclesl. ' ' . TORTURED 13 YEARS! BILe'bEANS FORf BILIOUSNESS vSkVEV / ANOTHER LIFE. THE'NEIGHBORHOODSDRPRISEDvATh THE REMARKABLE RECOVERY.- , THREE LEADING DOCTORS FAIL TO ' ' , '.EFFECT A CURE. AND PkjENT' MEDICINES WERE . .... ^ . .UNSUCCESSFUL. -Mrs. Jane Column; who resides 'at 'Beau-; ? moht, -..street;. Hamilton, Newcastle;, is ja native of Kent. England; She is 56 years, of ? age, being the mother of 11 grown-up sons - and daughters;'.-; Mrs. Colman-lias-resicjed -in Hamilton for the last six years, and' is well: known.throughout the'idislriet. --'- ?. ? A reporter from the 'Newcastle Herald' called on Mrs. Colman to. get particulars o£ her. illness and miraculous cure by Bile Beans and in answer to- his enquiries she said ' For 13 years I had been in delicate state * of*health. * My-first .symptons. were in'- the head.' - At times I' would be seized with most zfeS ' cxcruciatin.g . 1 .. .pains at the base t \ ' | °f the skull, . \ \ '?'? f...

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RRSERVE FROM SALE PENDING RE-SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

RRSERVE FROM SALE PEN-DING ? RE-SUBVEY. Portions 32. 53 to 56, 95, 100 to* 106, 109' and 110- of- 4,216J, acres,, county -,Wakoolr parish Bcrcmgad.

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Land Notes. CROWN LANDS PROPOSED TO BE MADE AVAILABLE AS HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. COUNTY URANA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 20 May 1898

* Xiand Notes. Qazeite, 13th Mav, 1898. CROWN LANDSn PROPOSED ,1'0' BI3 ! MADE /AVAILABLE AS HOMESTEAD - I SELECTIONS.' ? ? CODNTr ' Urana.'^ ' , ' . ? . -Portions'8'of .90 iacres,i'10--of/205J' acres;i *11 of 640 acres, and lOG of 11 5- acres, - parish Yanko. ; Portions 10C', to 118 of 3, 840f- acres, por tions; 151' to 104 of 3,720} acres, and portion 2G2 of 85} aores, parish Yanko South. — Total* area; 7,052} acres. . Tlie portions in Yanko South are on the south portion of Argoon down to the Bun uure uouiitiary, -not including ,j. Uraliam s portions 159. and 1C0 nor D. Beatty's portion 110, Those on* the north side of the I'nmma road in parish Yanko include the Whim Paddock and extend lo the Fairlie Grange boundanos. of portions:'.), 14 and 15. Soma of tho soil is adapted for agriculture.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 May 1898

Wii»ter. Ailments. AN-fflMIA (BLOODLESSNESS).' '' DR. WILLIAMS' PINK' PILLS A' POSITIVE CURE. ' A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. - (From 'The Tarnngower Times'). ? The- most devastating and beautydestroy ing complaint which females have 'to ^con tend . with in Australia is undoubtedly ansemia, Bloodlessnessc. is a general -and terrible weakness which, bit by bit, draws -its - victim-: into tlie grave. Climates and mode of living seem ^responsible for its ap ipearancc in these southern, latitudes... - Until iof-.late years no ..adequate cure: had been found .for-it ;- no'w, : liowovcr, Dr. . Williams', fni', Pnli» Ppnnln. nrn.If nnwn Mti-nnnli out tho . world as the one. . great specific which lnvariablv baffles this most distressing ailment.; -Mrs. Bowe,:of North Maldon Vic toria, thus graphically- relates the recovery of- her daughter, Miss May. ' Up to two years ago,' says this lady, ' ray daughter had been strong and-in good health;- but she then became-thin and pall...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 27 May 1898

v TO THE EDITOR 01'v TUE I!KnALD...,/ '_, ' 'Sir,— Iri your issue of the-lSth ihst., undci; -tlie liead bf Urana; appears the following. :^;A;greatmany,'people'feoV,:nimoyed.atthe' lochV ^ Land' Agent iii^.excTi^ding'nndrprohiM Img^ -tho- ?public:froj^bdn|£p^ ?applications..: are3 being - repeived- ~by.--.him. Land nsenls acting for tbo-i anhlican tsi' cbii-c . sider that' they 'are entitled tbVaccbmpnriy their clients so as-to enable them to- rectify any mistake that might occur. It is con sidered that all business should; be openly .conducted.' Who the great many people who feel annoyad above alluded to are, or the cause of their annoyance, I fail to see -the spcctaclo of one man handing a paper and a sum of money to another is not a very entertaining or instructive ono. Again, why should land ngents consider they have a right to be present, or where is the necessity 1 Ample notice is given in the Gazelle and local papers 60 that applications may be prepared in time, nnd the agent...

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