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Riverina P. and A. Society. ANNUAL SHOW 1898. Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

Eiyariua P. and A. Society. I ' : ANNUAL SHOW 1898. Regulations. : : I,; Excepting where specially provided to tho contrary, all entries shall be accompanied by a fee equal to 10 per cent, of the value of first prize money or trophy, and in classes' where the first ..prize is a -certificate, the cutmncc fee to be 2s. Gd. Each exhibitor 4viU.;be required:to deliver- to the Secretary oil a day to be named .previous to i tho. Show, an entry, in writing. on forms supplied by the Society, stating iu what sections and. classes ms exnioits are to oe entcrea, .x,ace entries will be received up to 2 o'clock on tliu day previous to the Show, upon payment of a line of 2s. Cd. on each entry, 2. Members shall be allowed to make four entries free provided that the total amount of eutrance money for such exhibits does not exceed ,10s.- Where the entrance money for any one prize; exceeds 10s., the'; amount to be deducted from the entrance money. 3. All exhibits must be the bona fide property of exh...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. A MURDERED INFANT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

LATEST : INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ' (FROM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 'A'MURDERED INFANT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. ,. On Monday at. Servic. 'town a man engaged in a certain work found tlie body of an in fant buried in a treneli. - The body was that of a male child with a string, tied tightly round tho neck. At the inquest: a verdict of wilful murder -was returned against somo person or persons unknown. . _ . : ; -v. ;

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHASING CAMARA. AMERICAN PREPARATIONS. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

CHASING CAMARA. AMERICAN PREPARATIONS. ; - ' London, Tuesday Afternoon. Aotive Hteps aro still being, taken by the United Statos Qovcrnment to put into force their threat to push the war into Spain. Commodore'.Watson who has been put in command of the Flying Squadron has Bailed from Key West to Santiago to take over the ships for the pursuit of Admiral, .Camara s squadron and tho bombardment of Spanish forts. The squadron, according to a previous cable, will be made up as follows ! — .Cruiser Newark, .battle ships Iowa and Oregon, nnd tho Dixie, Yoseraite and Yankee,

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPORT FROM THE INSURGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

REPORT FROM THE INSURGENTS. The Cuban insurgents,' who will join the American naval and military forces in the attack on the city of Santiago, have reported that the Spaniards have put trenches round the city to assist in its defence, and that those trenches, which mako a circle of seven miles in circumference, are protected by barbed wires.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST PARTICULARS. A SPANISH CRUISER RUN ASHORE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

LATEST PARTICULARS. A SPANISH CRUISER RUN ASrfOHE. ?V(U- ; London, Thursday'. The' Spanislii- auxiliary cruiser Antonio Lopez was run asliore whilst being chased by American cruisers near San Juan'. Two Spanish gunboats came 'to its' assist ance and compelled tho American cruisers to retire.-. . - ? ?

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPANISH FLEET OFF PORT SAID. EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT INTERVENE. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

SPANISH FLEET OFF POUT SAID. EQYP T I AN GOVERN M E N T INTERVENE, London, Tuesday Afternoon. The difficulties of Admiral Camara con tinue to increase. It was anticipated that a supply of coal would be obtained at Aden. In compliance with a request made by the United States Executive, the Egyptian Government has refused to aunnlv cnal tn the vessels. Pushing their neutrality still further, the Egyptian Government have also intimated that they will not nllow the Admiral to engage stokers at Port Said.

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

F. LASSETTER & eo„ Ltd. Established 1820. GEORGE, Y0I|K, CLARENCE, KENT, PEY, ALBION, and ANN STREETS, SYDNEY. Established 1820* THE ANNUAL SPECIAL TRAIN riverina district Will be Despatched on the 25th July, at 5 p.m., landing the Goods at Reform Prices. All Articles are of Guaranteed Quality, and the greatest care will be taken with the Packing. By taking advantage of the Special Train double handling* which always causes breakage, will be entirely avoided, and the Goods WILL BE DELIVERED direct to YOUR RAILWAY STATION or SIDING at Lowest Rates, however small the quantity. Yaks are rising all over the world, but, living bought largely and well, we can offer Leading Lines at the following prices, carriage paid, to your Railway Station or Siding: SUGAR.— Ration, £19 12s. £20 12s; Soft White, £21 12s.; Crystal, £22 12s. per ton. FENCING WIRE.- Ai Crown, Best Steel, No. 8, £12 2s. 6d. ; No. 10, £13 per ton» GAL. COR. IRON.— Ai Crown Brand 5 to 8 ft. 9 ft. 10 ft. 12 ft. KEROSEN...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

-TO.THE EDITOH OP THE HEBAIiD. Sib, — My attention has been drawn to the filthy state of the hand room in our park. ? On inquiry I was informed ? that this state of affairs is attributable to the members of the '? straw hat and haw haw brigade,' who have two pieces of matting on which. .they .play cricket, and, when finished with it, without any regard to either tidiness or cleanliness, they buudle matting- and - other material into the band room, where thov lie , till the flannel-trousered gents require tbcm 'again. On being remonstrated with for their unclean habits and told that , if they did, not place their matting moie tidily 'in the room in future the members of the band , would - be under the painful necessity of kicking both them and their material out side, one had the insolence to say the room was ns much theirs as the band's. The room is built' no doubt pro bono publico, but all .the same-.the. Council expects' it to be kept in proper order. If this hint be not suffi cie...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

, - Correspondence. [We do not liold ourselves responsible for the opinions -- herein expressed by correspondents.]

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Urana. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

Urana. June 2!i. , On Tuesday Inst at the local Court of Petty Sessions William Roberta was charged with stealing two bottles of gin from W. D. Dnimniorid, of the Lockhart Hotel. As there- was a. previous conviction recorded against accused lie was sentenced to six months' impiisonment in Narandera Gaol. James Kinnear (on- remand from tho pre' vinna rlnvY,.wnq nlmrrrpd with Rtnnlinir n -P.fl note from James Walsh, and was sentenced ?to three months' in Narandera Gaol. From the evidence it appeared that Host Iloban ot the Commercial Hotel had just cashed ' a cheque for Walsh, when accused snatohed the fiver and, made a run for it. -There-was a chase, in which a good many joined, and accused was soon run to earth aud held until Mr. Hoban came on tlio Bcene and put 'the veal policeman's grip on him, and when the police arrived he wns given into custody. Four yonng men .wero:'ehaigcd;\vith;, riotous bthaviour ; three wfe're fined £1 each' and one 5s, besides costs of:- court.' , These.'...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Berrigan. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

DISTRICT NEWS. [Knosr Quit Own Couuicsi'ONDEnts.] JKcvviymi. ; . June 27. E'ederation is in a curious plight. I sup-, pose Mr. Bartdn will' work . for the Bill, while Sir. -Iloid, who is 'fncliously called the wriggler;' will ti'y to carry the Bill- with 'nmendmc'iits. '''There will be a regular 'Afmavgcddoni - nnd -. we will ' see - early .' in August which itF flio turn oinnts- is- the more powerful. Mr. lUid, I believe, lias n strong ] following in Sydney nti-l along tho coast, whilst Mr, Barton is pretty popular nil over the colony. , Apart: from populniity the majority of the ppop!e: will- vote for.\thc Bill in order fo sectiro federation. Of course, if Mr. Reid proves victorious, the adoption of the Bill will be postponed sine die ; for the other colonies will hardly;! dlscosa jFagjiin ?either th-j. Brad Ion Blot ori ;the -tworthirds majority. I hope and trust Mr. Barton will triumph. . ' ... . . : : It.is said Mr, Lyne has' no chnnce .of.rre electibtf in' tho'jllume. 1,'faney...

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

Sure Cure \ lor Colds When tho children get their feet wet and ?take colli-- give them a hot foot-bath, a howl ot hob drink, a.doso of Ayer's Cherry Pecto sral, and put them to bei. Tho chances ore they will bo all right in the morning. Continne iha Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough lias disappeared. ' . . Old coughs are also cured; we mean tho coughs of -bronchitis, weak throats and irrita ble inngs.Evon the hard coughs of consump- ? tion are always made oasy and sometimes - cured by the continued uso of ? Oyer's r j Cherry ; Pectoral], Your own doctor will oxplain this to yon. Ho knows that wild cherry hark is tho best remedy .known to medical science for sooth ing and healing inflamed throats nnd lungs. You may roly upon Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to ntop your cough.- s. , .-n1: ' llownre. of. M'nriblcfls.vhnlfatlonft.: '-.TIjc nume Avfm's Chorrv I'octoral iu tho glass pf . ^acli'bottlu. i'ut up lu two gizus. ^ :

Publication Title: Jerilderie Herald And Urana Advertiser
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"SIGNET TOBACCO." [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

'SIGNET TOBACCO.-' ' : ' Thackeray must havo been a! good judge ?of Tohaccoiimd:evidently used the pure Vir rginian. It might have been ' Signet ' if Hint brand had been in evidence iu his day imt it was not. *

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Upper Yanko. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

Ultvcr Yanho. June 27,' Since my .lost:, the glorious, rain-, so badly wanted in this district has come, and farmers are very busy sowing, harrowing, and a 'few ploughing, but I fear the latter will not reap much of a crop unless things turn out differ ently; from what is expected. : During .the pusi, luieB weeiis Luree lieuvy suowurs nnu a fuw light ones have . fallen, amounting in all - to about 2J inches.. This fall has started the grass growing, almost ? every where, vand its quite a treat to see the. green aft^r such a ljng turn of drought; , ?: : ?. ?: s :z . . . . There' have been four. or five heavy frosts within ^ho Inst month, which retarded the growth of grass greatly. : . Nearly all those who fed their stock on .lucerne this season, .are.still idoing so,- but after nnother week I thiiVk' there will be no need to continue feeding, Widgicwa and ;Goree have been the largest lucerne con sumers around here. ; All stock in the district \-both large and small; are in veiy low c...

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Tocumwal. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

''ll'4»ciimwiil. June 29. The weather is gloomy aiul cold ? ii thio:it-ns rniil^.'aeh.'da.v, tiql-it. does nOt rain. Ginwis coming on nicely, and. the hills' in verdure.olnd-are plcnsatit to look upon.;- The j late rni iV caused the.river to rise,, but' before it reached. twelve feet it commenced 'to fall. | ?The river-has to rise; nearly. 1? feet before it ovcrllows its banks. Navigation has been stopped since, last , season and the first steamer 'passed -up on Sunday morning. ? ? The ~llour, 'mill resumed operations this week after.n long spell of -idleness, something hnving gone wrong.witliUhe machinery. A large 'steniin engine on wheels helonging to Mr. Parker passed- through the town to-day/ ,.-'-? ' , The fnrmprs ore .vefy. active ploughing'and sowing. The ground could-scarcely-bs -in- better condition for. farming operations', ;tb'e' rain 'Tirfving' been so 'gihtle' 1 nn'd ' soaking. With a :fair.:- amount of1 luck,* the' harvest should bo a good ono. . After all the run-tof ...

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Narandera. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

[?] Your humble lias been on .tlio. -list,. again, . ^not-added lo the- list, you 'know: only ~a' touch of ;the:.wealher.': - '? v; . , .Grass' is shooting 'up'vwcll, kliough. very delicate in many places. The... herdsman . expects' that- horse-feed will come by the middle-of July;-:.; i. /?: .'jv-i !. i,r, This is now 'the' terrible calm after tho storm .of. the Federa'l -Convention Bill, but prcciding a bigger one. . :, ! As yet 1 have scjn'no acknowledgments of j the defeat of Anti-Bills., who .clamored for | ' majority rules ' and ' referendum.' - | Although I belong to the Labor League, I am compelled to admit that the violent op ponents of the Bill, whose sole stand wns either or both of these points, are not honest if they do not now vote for the Bill, ns it is. There is no get away for a gentleman, or an honest man, although there is every loophole for a politician or political cad;'?5 I was pleased to hear of -the excellent han dicapping of the Urana races. . ! In your Show...

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Clear Hills. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

Clear Hills: ?Tuesday. School, of Aets;— A meeting of those interested in t?ris institution was held at Mr. M. 0' Bryan's on Saturday, 2'-th inst. Mr. K. Patey, junr., was in the chair. The following gentlemen weee appointed a genernl committee :— Messrs. ' J. Webster, i junr., M. 0' B ryan; P. I n nes, A. M urray, ' F.; i l-nt..v ...ft M'T.unnnn IWl-UFF H A ncrn«*U Donnld ..Inaes,: with W, Thomson as .lion. secretary.^ The amount now to ±h-j credit of the committee was left. in the hands of the original trustees. As MivD. Smith has, left tliu district, it was decided- to write and ask him to resign his position as a trustee. The secretary was instructed to write .to the Minister of Laudsf'to try and exchange :thev allotment cf land. to a more suitable _ai tc, as, the one granted before wns in a very swampy^ . place, and not nf all . suitable. It . -was i also i.decided toxoid si, grand ball . in. aid . of the building fund on the 22nd- July in Messrs. lnnes Bros.' vvoolshed. ? The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

COLE M AN E E UC ALY PTE EXTRACT. Tin1 p iro»t Euealvpti' on earth. iLdm CM'ington's'fi'i-nil in'Influenza. The worMVretni'd.v fiir uh'-st complaints.:. The ?? col'l ' ciuv of Hai l JerKi-v's. But unto tho trade mark — EUOALYPTE; None g-'tiuin1 without the e. v For . Ilri-niilral- Cmig'is tnk» Woi.flV Gjeafc l'oyiM:rm.int Cure, !{.! and.2/(v

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SERIOUS CYCLING ACCIDENT. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

SERIOUS CVCLING ACCIDENT. LONDON, Thursday. A serious cycling nceidi nt occurred at tho Crystal Pnlace. yesterday. i . ,Tlie, breaking of a handbar resulted in the overturning of tho quintette machine us d in pacing; ; ? Bolts was fo'lowing' close b-liind. : His jiw was broken in five places. He and tho fivn nneoimakers were all removed to the hospital. Under all 'circumstances, Lord Salisbury ',! Bays, British, treaty rights in China will bo : maintained.

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Oddfellows' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898

.OddfelSows' jlall. Thc lorig'-talked-of ball in crmnectjonwith vthe JerUderie.Lodge'of. Oddfellows, -in celc iliration of t.lie lltli anniversary, was hold at Ilardie's Assembly. I fall on .Friday, the .24 th, =and 'was '.an ' immense . success; ^.. Sume 35 j -couples 'tripped the light: fantastic to, the ?strains of the Jerilderie Quadrille Band, and dancing was kept up until the bold chanti in ? .tM.iZ ' f I... ' I' 'V.«. ... 1W..W.U..O Iproach'of daylight. A' splendid supper, was1 provided, the entering . being iii the capable, 'hands of Mr. Alf. Smith. MivG.. Mahoney -offieiated'as M.G., and, as usual, carried out the duties 'pertaining to that office to the -satisfaetionvof' everyone. The secretaries ?deserve thanks for the manner in which the I whole of the* ?arrangements were ?carried ?through. The ladies looked, charming . in their various dresses/ ..The : belle, - accordirg to tlioBe who' stiidy figures and. dresses among the gentlemen present and your humble ?scribe,-. wa...

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