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TERRIBLE DISASTER IN THE ATLANTIC. 500 LIVES LOST. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
' TERRIBLE DISASTER IN THE ATLANTIC. ' - 300' LIVES LOST.' ' 'J LONDON/ Thursday. ^ A terrible disaster occurred in the Atlantic Ocean The~ French liner La Bour^ogne ?collided/ with the ship Cromartyalnre in a dense fo;;. i The La Bourgogne was steiming eighteen .knots an t hour when the collision took place. -'?'? ' A great hole was rent in the French stonmcr's side, and she sunk, a fotr minutes aftcrwaids A panic ruled amoDs; the erew of the doomed vessel.. They seized the boats, and pushed the passengers awpy bv moans of oars and boathnolts, and cut portions of the rigging to which women and children were clinging. They threw many women and children from boats .which had been launched. Present accounts show a loss of five hun dred lives The Oromartyslnrc stood by and rescued 200 per onB from the w ater Only 31 members of the crow and 170 pneaeneeM wcie saved. Only one woman was saved. The Cromartyshire, with the saved persons, was towed into Halifax Bay by the Canard Liner Etruri...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
LATEST I1TTELL2G3STCE. fBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] ,(rnoM. our own corhespoxdem - '. „?, , .SYDNEY, ,Fndiy Wheat this morning js quoted at from 3s Gd~to 3s 8d At Homebush * yesterday i best menno wethers brought fiom 11s to 11s 6d, e\tia primefto 12s 2d , good, to 9s fid , medium, fiom 7s Cd to Ss M , -otheis, from 5s Cd , ' The Lecisliti\e Council list nieht mssed the thud iciding of the Aliens Immigration Restriction Bill, then amendments having been igieed to by the Legislative_Assembly _ '' The Cbivncil declined the' cbnfeience with the Assembly owing to tho late peiiod of the/ session, oa the Crown Lands Bill i v»a ^£V In the Assembly last night, Mr Levem apologised uniesenedly foi the chaigcs made against Mcssis Slcath and Ferguson The House afterwauls expunged fjom its lecords jill, references to the chaigcs v- if-' ^ '-' A proclamation djissplyvne Earliaraen); . is expected to-morrow, nnd tlie polling day will be fixed for the 27th July v. The Protectionists and Conservative Fed...
Urana Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
nii-ittm Sax-uS JUsiuS ASonrtl. A meeting of the Local Land Boaid foi the Land District of 'Tirana, will bo held at the Court Mouse at Juiilderie on thu 23rd July, at 10 a.m., at whiuh this followiug cases will be considered, viz. —1 j 1 Consideration and Improvements. ' Percy .Si Baker, c.l 1920 acres. * Thomas Shiumckr h.s. 072 acres* Ilichnul Thompson, h s 7f-0 acres. , 1 John V- m.^Iiivans, h s. 701 ucris Inquiry under Section Ifi Ciown Lands Act of 1895. Wm. A. MacUe, h s. Gil acres. J - Robert U Payne, h fl G10 acres. * , 'Win. O'Urien, h s 51)1} acres, George Slccman,ih.8.:U°3n-dcresv Wm. Hawkshaw, h.s: 7flO acres. Duncan M'Lachlan, h.s G9S ncres. Arthur E. Ilopenell, h s G4G^ acres. Application - exemption fencing. — Wm. Shannon, spur , s.l. G17J acres. Application to cease lesiding. — Laurencs Noonan, h s. 19S| acres Application suspension conditions. — Mary Ryan, e.p. D98J aciCB. Proposed reseivation of parts T.S.R. il387 fiom lease and occupation license. A meeting will b...
Urana. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
Vrana. July 5. Things in Urana are miseiably quiet ; eveiytlnnst is in a state of stagnation, no trade being done and no traffic through our niea clean, strests. Ihe drought fiend is,agini staring ub in the face, and if we do not have have heavy soring. rains-we.will-not-have suSieient water to sec us over the summer. The country itself looks nice and green, but it wants rain to force the giass up to list the summer, I have just had a look at the improvements to our dam, but all I could see were some stakes driven into the side of the dam with Blight saplings intertwined j these were put there professedly for the purpose of prerent. lng the earthwork being washed away The am face of the dam wob also slightly topped That necessary work, bricking the by wash, lian been postponed until further notice, whioh seems a strange proceeding, consider ing that bricks arc at present in abundance For the above woik men were sent from long distances, as if local labor could not be procured But wh...
Tocumwal. July. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
1 ?-_ - , TocuniwaJ. - Jul v. 7. ,Tue weather kas an unsettled appea'iance, but rain keeps off Glass is growing slowly and farmeis have nearly all their crops in.» iTlie Flour, Mill is now j in full w 01k ins; order, and is woiking away from early till till li-te each; dav. , ?» -? 1 v. „ ^ v 1 iTheappcarnco of Tocumwal continues to altci by the lemoval of old landmarks, and, erection of new buildings Some of the 'old places put up in the early dajs encroached, jipon streets, 'Jhese are gradually being 're- moved, ami the streer- boundaries defined, making noticeable diffeience Ihe remains of Mr Foirest, who was killed noil Finley on Siturdaj , « ere interred in tho Tocumwall cemetery on Tuesday last The funeral procession passed through tha town and was veiy lengthy. The Rev R \V Thompson, who conducted the biiml service, delivered a touching addicss at the grave. 'Ihe new additions to Mr. Sugden's resi dence are now neanng completion It is a handsome place, and fitted up with all ...
DISTRICT NEWS. Clear Hills. June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
DISTRICT NEWS.'' rFiiosi Our Own CoRui.iroNDt nts ] Clear IGilBs. ! , June 28.) A public meeting was held at Mi M' O'Uryan's on the 2uth instant, to consider the question of erecting the School of Arts.' Air, F. Patey, ]un,, was voted to the chair, and n Committee was formed eompiisins; the fol lowing gent It-men .— Messrs. .Q'Bryan^jJt.,. ItocUiff'v MeLelUnd, J. Webster,', ]'nn /.O, AngiiB, A. Murray, iiin^' P. Innes, Donald Inn's, !)-! Howe, Tand W, Thomson (lion sccietarj). The question of a suitable site vm\ ably disc'i'Sdd, and the Secretary was instructed to communicate with the Ministei for i Lands rt exchanging the present site (which is unsuitable) for one in the village HSiTvp. Pending a icply it was decided no further action could be taken. It was then pioposcd to hold n bnll in aid of the School of Arts. Tins pioposilion nascamed unani mously, and the date of the bnll was fi\ed foi the 22 id July. Messrs Innes Bios, kindly gave their shed for the occasion. The price of t...
THE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
- J .' lt j' . THE tPJlISONERS. JThe' Spinish prisoneis (aken during the recent, fighting ubefore Santingo are;bein'g mo tly sent to America. .-?Bufc—itrhaS'-be.e.n decided that/ Admiral Cervera and his officers shall bp .detained in Uubri near j;vherc LieUtcuant Hobsun and his lmrffi. ^who^sn nlnnkilv hlnw nn nnrltHUTtk the collier M-ernmac in the narrow entrance to the hatbor. are confined. ', This has been done with a view^ lo facili tating any demand which Amcrica'may wish -.to makeiorian exelian»e. , i -'ro» .- , t ?»
MORE SPANISH TROOPS FOR SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
.MORE SPANISH TROOPS FOR SANTIAGO. Th' aid for which the Spanish Cnmmnmicr in Chief «t Snntingo looked so vainly during General Shatter's assault on the city has Arrived. , - ' ' General Pimdo' was recently ordered to leave Holguin, a town (3'i miles. north-west of Santiago, with 10,000, Spanish, troops, to rcinforco the pmrison of Santingo. To pie vent his advance Brigadier-General Shafter oidsred the insurgents to intercept him, and also detailed a force of American troops to assist thii Cubans, under Colonel La^ton. Now, after forced mniehcs and desperate fisjhtinB with the American and insurgent troop? that were posted to prevent his ad vance, General Pando has entered Santiago, and the troopa he brings up will inerense 1hc total of 'the defenders of the city to 18,000.
CHASING CAMARA. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
CHASING OAMARA. The American .FJvinst Squadion,, under Commodore Watson, is.to leave Santiago at the end 'of the' prcse'nt week to look for Admiial Camara and. his hidc-and-scek fleet. ' p '???'?- The last hond ot Camnr.i was that 'his fleet, havinrj; completed their coaling opera tions, were again at -Port Said, the entrance to thc'Suez'.Canal.'' , ??'.'.?? ' il-1 ' Commodorn Watson has received instruc tions from Wabhington.to go in pursuit of tho fleet under Admiral Camara and'brins; him to an engagement, The ships of the Americnn Flying Squadron will be powerful and speedy.
CERVERA'S REPORT REACHES MADRID. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 8 July 1898
CERVERA'S REPORT REACHES ? MADRID. Admiral Cervern, who was in command of the Spanish fleetntjSnntingo, which recpntly oame outinf tho.Jharbor and we're Jpr'pmptly, tnckli-rl nnd hnrlWhpatifi hy the ships of Admiral Sninpvin'ii Fqnndron, has sent his vision of, thcnfTair to Madrid. Tel(.'Ri'a|)hiii^ to tlie nnthoi'itit;s in the Spanish capilil, Admiral Oerveia dtehireH that all his 'offiui-rs and then, who we ru not captuied, were diowned.
GANMAIN HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 July 1898
GANMA1N HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS Portion 101 of-nOOa., Albert Bowen.' Portion 7S of fiSOia., Charles William Hale. Portion -102 o£ l!)3J,a., Frederick Gaertner. Portion 19 of: 193 Ja , Michael J. M'Namara. Portion' 103 of 194ji., Isaie Wm. Tloskinson. Portion 74 o£ 480a., Arthur A. Gourley. Portion 100, o£ 18-iJa., Thomas Joseph Blanch, Bcrrigan. Partion 75, of -iTSJa . Thos. Archer. Portion 76, of 480a., William Dodd. Portion 28, of 520a , Jam's Walker, Corowa. Portion 26, o£ SlSa., Frederick O. Lovcridgo, Jerilderie. Portion 10, of 693a., James Henry Hoskinson. Portion 20 of Cldja, neinrich Hesse Portion 23 of 5S0a., John F. Couch. Pol t ion 10 o£ 517}a., Clans ITeiniich Ludc maun. Portion 10 of OtOa., Edward Q linn. Porlion 10 of 517a.J Alexander Higgins. Poition 17 of ul7Ja., Ed. Rninc, Benigan. Portion 30 of 520a., John M-Millan. Porlion 9 ot 579a.. Thomas it van Portion 15 5 15n'.. Joseph Gibbons, Tocumwnl. Portion 93 of 4S5n., Arthur Lnthbrook. Portion 11 of (i9:ia., Alfred Willi...
BULLENBONG HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 July 1898
13ULL1DNB0NG HOMESTEAD SELRC TfONS. Portion Si, 740a., Stanley M. Wild. Portions 21'and 22, olCJa., William Ridges. Portions 7 and 13, 180a . Thomts M'Cormack Portion 83, l'JOa.. John Jackson. Portions 23 and 25, 17Sa., Michael Bourkc. Portions 27, 38 and 81, 4S)7Ja , Thomas Tyack Portons :i, 31. 35, and 36, :i(i0a., Geo. Foster. Portion 82, 027a., Charles Thomas Facey.
Land Ballot at Wagga. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 July 1898
X.»»-I £SiiIB»t at Wag-g-a. The ballot for Innds upon liullonbong, Ganmnin, North Junee, Book, Book, and Pullitop, which commenced at ;the, Lnnd Agent's Office, Wnsgn, at 10 o'clock- on Monday morning, wns continued on Tuesday and completed that evening. Tho following is a list of the lots nnd the successful appli cants : —
Tocumwal. July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 15 July 1898
'JacnnnraS. . . .Tuly 1.'). Fio^ly nivhls and clear divs are now prr vnilin!'. 1 nil ui'iiza also still prevails. Mr. Cocker, isin bed with it, so is Mr. Iiichards, the Pehocil teacher. Many otheis aic in the convalescent stasi*. Thi' monl lily mci'linir of the Progress As soeinlinn was held Inst Friday irif-htT It wns reporiid that tendeis had been culhd for cleaiiiiL' (he Kinley road, lhat Mr. Hawdon lioel ' i'ji f ., i*rhrl ' 1 li it ? n t-\i\l inn I ii-in -f. ii- Viliio i-in-r n.-iiiliquin-slre. t tu the Mini-tor fur Wmks. and Mint no fuilher subecriptions had been leceived luwnrds the lown nump. It was resolved to further n'/tnte fur tin1 ereelioii of a ennimnilinus pnst offifc ; to w-iitp to Hi.! trustees of the cemeteries, nsking them tn take steps for framing prnp'T rules for the mnnngeinent of the C'tneteries ; t-i write to the trustees nf tlni town piik asking them to prevent cnrteis from digging holes nnd re m-ivin-r -tan 1 frnm the park ; to mnkc appli cation for a caud ...