- EUREKA STOCKADE RECALLED
- The recent death, at 76, of James Jenkins, at Tully (N.Q.), recalls memories of the famous Eureka Stockade at Ballarat (Vic.) in 1854. Jenkins, who was a baby at the time, was inside the stockade, and was covered up in his cradle there while his mother as sisted the miners by reloading their muskets from time to time. She was wounded slightly, but lived until she reached her 104th year, when she died at Sydney.
- Dubbo Dispatch, 27 November 1930.