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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898
A .ffintdatA'tf VrouttltiM. Miss .Tntnl-!snn,-» meriy maiden i c«i 1 i mr nt 'Autnran-strctt,' Asiibv, Geloilg, Vio., Ims . had tumbles of her own. 'They are now past,' so alio told- an inquisitive repoitur re cently;. ' Some few years ago,' she cpn tinued; '.Tsiiffered'from ft very tfevtre attack of influenza; I could never gut rid of its after-effects until I tried Dr, Williams' Pink : ? n-Bills'-ifor v Pale'. Ptoplci :: Although ^generally. ' experiencing robust health previous to .this, attnfck; wlifcfrat last I was able to leave my room. I. was almost of glios(Ly; proportions-^ not at all like I am now. jAjjd ?} continued' ill this state for some time. It'1' n0' mind ? Ihe -weakness so ? muchj'T&dlliig^' sure that would wear off in time, with, good nourish-, ment. Hut-in March; of . last year ;l„cr-m- mencod .to.. . experience, = great, .incoiiveuiece fiom pains in my light side. I consulted a medical man, who said- that it was merely, the-after-cffccts of the influenza...
A BOY'S RASH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898
A BOY'S RASH ACT. On Tuesday evening a boy named Herbert Alton Ilildcr, 13 years of age, residing with his parents in Middle Harbor-road, Manly shot himself in the breast with a revolver. He was removed to tho Cottage Hospital and attended by Dr. Thomas, but died about an hour after admission. The servant- heard a. report of firearms, aud rushe 1 into the bed room and saw deceased lying across the bed. Ho said, ' I have shot myself.' At the inquest to-ilay . the deceased -was said to have admitted the act to the servant, and his stepmother. The former stated that she heard the lad say, ' If I get beaten . to night -.-.I will shootrmyself.' .He ' was' not beaten. The jury's verdict was that-, the boy died from a revolver wound self inflicted. :
MR. BARTON ON FEDERATION. REID DENOUNCED AS AN ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898
?MR. BARTON ON. EE DERATION. ? ? RE ID DENOUNCED AS AN EN7EMY. In the Legislative Council laH ni^ht Mr. Barton Bpoke on the Federal position. In his Bpsecli lie made a strong general attack on the policy of the Government, and denounced Mr; Reid as on enemy to Federa tion. Mr. Barton rcpuiliatid the* taunt that he was the agent for the other colonies, and contended that the present Government hnd lost its chance for any further negotiations with the other colonics. - Ho compared, the attitude of; the Govern ment' towards Federation with :that of the murderer Makin to. his baby vio'ims. He maintained that the Convention. Bill must be amended, and proposes an inter- . colonial conference convened by himself should discuss the Federal position.
MR. WANT REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 1 July 1898
, MR. WANT REPLIES ? - . Mr. Wapt said tho whole trouble with the Bill.Pnrt/ was that Mr. Reid was proceeding so vigorously with- federation now; He was', of opiniop that Mr.' Barton hal been so lauded and-feted by the other colonies ns to havo hpfnm f. 'T?xi nliant to their. ftn'mnnda. llr. Want cmp^iatically dcclareB he wilt be no party to any morj conventions, and what ever is to bo tUfnc- now the - Ministry must take the responsibility. ' If it had been ac cepted here, ho would have fought the Con vention Bill in Eng'aiuU The debntc was adjourned. - ?- -
GERMANY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
, ' 'GERMANY AGAIN. Geim.iny.is again showing a desircto have her say in regard to' the future of the Philippines. The National Zcitung a leading political or--an in Berlin states that although Spain may lose her colonies as the result of tho war America will not be the only gainer. . If the Philippines should bo abandoned by the Spaniards, the aiticle 6ays, the nations of Europe will intervene.
THE LADRONES. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
' ,-? * rTnE'LA'DRONKS.: ' : ' ; Admiral Dewey, in command of the ?American squadron in the Philippines, re poits that the cruiser Charleston, which he some time ago despatched 'to the Ladrone Islands, a group north-east of the Phillipines, to destroy the Spanish forts thoie, captured the Lidrone Islands without difficulty, took the Spanish Governor of tlie croup, prisoner, nnd has sent' himrro llanilla. - ' Since his capture by tho Americans the Governor has explainer! that he mistook the opening fire of the Charleston for 'a salute, believing her to be a Spanish Vessel. ne had, however, no pondur to- return the compliment, nnd was enns, qaen'tly unable to (ire on the Charleston 'when ho discovered her to be an enemy. , . ,,,, .
SPANISH SHIPS SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
SPANISH SHIPS SU^K. ,,/ ,, Another smart naval engagement has taken. place-at-Manzanilla, -a-port-on the south coast of Cubn. i Three America*!! Gunboats -engajed' nine .Spanish-vesselspmost of 'which 'were ships iranidlv' improvised .for!, fisrh tins' ,DurnosGK, since the commencement of the war. . The cngagemant lasted for some time the braveiy being fdisplayed 'on both sides fbeinsj-noticeable. - — - - ?-' ' l- .Eventually,-., however,- the, Americans ? proved^victorious, but not until one of the ^unboals had been disabled by the Spanish fire. ?? . ' ' ,J On the other hand, two of the Spanish ivessels were sunk and the others returned' into poit.
SHARP SHOOTERS USE SMOKELESS POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
SHARP-SHOOTERS USE' SMOKELESS ?»«,«? POWDER.-- -?'* '?- Latest reports from the Beat o£ hostilities in Cuba show that the heavy mortality amongst ,thet Americans in the attack on Santiago was largely due to the use of smokeless , powder, by? the Spanish sharp shooters. It is stated^that these troqps were sta tioned among the trees, and by the use of smokeless powder -managed to pick'off the, officers, hoping by this means to demoralise' the rank and file cf the troops making the attack. , , .,,!,' , ? ;Y 1 As a result of this method of warfare some companies of the American troops aro'said to be absolutely without officers. ,- ?_ ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
For Childieu's TTnoklny Cnnirh tnko Wood's Great Peppermint Chip, 1/0 and 2/fi. A CITY piibli'-an has been nnvsted nt Bwrry, nt the instance of Mr Snunrli-rs, well- ? known jeweller, from.wh'unjt' is'nllecefi hn fraudulently oMnincd the sum * of - X2.'jO. Accused, wlm is 'JS,yenrs of nee. was ivpoitrd' missimj by his nift'snnu- 0 w. eks nun. '--It is nlleiiod fint hn-ohtaM\--l the money fiom Mr. Ran mli I'npnlunn, f.'i«in|t his ownnhrqiiB in I el in ii, wliji-h wns dishonored., Tie wrs. charped nt tin- C.-nlrnl Piiliei- 'Court on Wednesdnv lii-,1 and lemnnde-r',. bnil being nllowed. cbi.'riM axis 'bucTly iiTi5'Exr'riA.cr-. £ ♦ (* ' i. i ? ;_ ? -^ ♦; .? -.-'-^ The.p'ipo»t Riienlvpte nn onilh.. Lord CVnnptnn's fri-iid in Influenza. The wnrlil's remi rty for chest complainl'.. Th' -'cnlrl ' enre n'f V.n\\ 'Jei^i-'*. UiiM.oU- tlip tt.-id.. m-ir'«— I'vcALYrfii ?; No.ne.gt'niiiuj'ivithi'ut.thi- Qt
SPANISH REINFORCEMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
SPANISH 'HE1NF.ORCEMENS. * ' The Spanish' le-inforeemehls* which' General t'ando was a week- ago ordered to tako to, Santiago have not yet amvcd,J but 5,000 of the 10,000 troops ordered to be sent are re poilel to be within sis miles of the city, though unable to advrmci!. »f - 4 'llie insurgent leadui, Gralia, with 3000 men and an Amciienn cuntingent under Bngadier-Gencial ' Law ton. detached' by_ Geneial Shatter foi thitpurpoqe, have nitti ccpted Geneinl IMndo's march, and -for the present prevent Ins advance. ? ? ,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
TO THE EDITOR OF THE III3RALD. Sir, — 7?c the ebullitions of ' Ratepayer's ' Indignation in your last issue, wherein ho accuses the ' haw haw, and straw hat bri gade' of being the cause o£ Hip pusunt filthy and disorderly condition of the ' band (?) room.' These ch.irirc9 wo denv in'toto. : ' Al the close of last cricket season (end of Feb ruary), the cricket mntcrinl (mntting 'n' eluded) was packed away, and the'-- room cleaned out by members of tliocrieket-club, It has not since be n ustd. „ It would I hen appear, according to ?? B,atep'ayei,'-'that Hit. lumorablo members, of our Jerildeuo Bias? Band have bi.en content to n=S3mblo we-ltly within this room of alleged '., filth and dis order,' and ' pomp poinp ' then* several and various instrumunU. ?Tins, surely, must bu n libel on our band. . Whatever, their, musical proclivities arc we know them lo be of mine manly habits. No, my dear 'Ratepayei,' you have evidontlv been listemn^ lo t|ie tales oC the idle dickey bud, or bomcone'h...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
ITO THE EDITOR OF TUB irCKALD. O) i Sir, — I have, as an outsider, followed with some interest the proceedings of your local Municipal Council, and, cousidenng that thhyihavo boon so many years in existence, it is a surpiiseto most that they do not yet know their nropjr functions. v They su'ielv m ustr ,1m agin e! that, the whole district be tween /the Mu nay, and Munumbulgec -is under their particular, care, judging by the interest they take m land matters 70 ind 80 miles anay fiom- them, their nn\iety about the state of some roads and ^thp opening ot otheis, al otbo sime distances away.. To an outsider one would think that the'se gentlj men. whose zeal fin thcirAcountiy's pauie carry them so far.beyond then proper limits would have every thins; within their own boundaries in a real up-to-date style, but do we find this?»rLook at the 'putnfying, stag nant muck, ciriyingin ft the geirusof deadly^ disease, lying in the watertable of their prmcipa\ streets,- the.state of the, roads an...