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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
REVOCATION OF TKMPOUABy ' BESEUVIC. . Under theprovin-ons of the Crown Lands 'Acts the the temporary reserve from sule hcreuader dwci-ibed is revohed, ihe lanrl not ;,to ba sold till after tbo expiration of sixty days froni, the 22nd instant. Land district of Confeunuiidiy. Part of 1S65. County of Harden, parish of Cow cumb'.ii, coniainin' an area of 52.5 acres, in cluding received rond. .That part within the boundaries of measured portion ]60, — as shown oaplan catnl guedll. 5,575-1,710
GAZETTE NOTICES. REVOCATION OF PART OF SPECIAL AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
: GAZETTE NOTICES. REVOCATION OF iJ ART OF SPKOJAL AliEA: ' It has bp«n deemed expedient to revoke, pait (f special orc.r, set apart on lii'th April 1893, and modified SOth Januaiy, 189j',' and so much of the proclpm^itioo ;-.?- relates tp the land, hereunder described tlmll bo rci'vokeil and absolutely cease ita'd-duterinine from and after its publication iu thu 'Govern inunt Gaz.Mtn' ? ? * Lnni district of \Vap;j;a Wngga. Wiihin ? the resumed aroa of Umutbee and T'org, Holding N,,.- 438. .part of spec-al a-cn 17,480, proclaim d- 15th April, ]S9;i, modi fied 2«J-li. January, IS'JS. (JoUlily Wyuynrd, parihli Ummbee, con'aming an mea of'2,')H ncres. 'i'liat part of the rp-ci-.l area wtihiti .J-ho.Loundaries-c.-f mmsurid portions G8 of ly.? acres, 70 of 8U nores,. 71 of 80 ucr-r, -Ctiof Bil a.jie'— us shown on' piaus cata logued. W. 2,013 audS,73S 2.119.
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
POLITICAL PIPS. - Im the Assembly last week, .Mr.' fiime* ^?oted.jag'ainst the motjon ..that the itH&ni' desires lo submit to' the othi'i- colonies that inland riveis of the cilony lo water conser vation and irrigation, bo more clearly safe guardod, Suttor, M.P., think3 that a sergeant cf lottce may ul a very gooa policeman, oui no ? raniiot be expected to have a scientific knowledge ns to th« difference between aii ir dinwy blister aud the symptoms of tubercul osis. , ?? In the-Asscmbly last week, Njck Willis repeated the old fairy-tale about there being n loiaof £0 000 p-r annum On- 'thii Coota mundrix-Guudagai' Railway line. . The Elections and Q.ualificalions...Ci m lnit tee members. Arc, at..logycrbeucU,';And alf hiit two have re-iuned.' S^nie ppople liow call, it' the K jeefions aiid 'Squalifi . tious Committee. ' -..- ; .'? ' Crick snya he -l.-fti the last meeting of the Kleetions and Qnaiificatioi-.s-- Committee, us he did hvt want to- be'-li part 'to:a;6 — ^-:d. M- ...
CO-OPERATION. A HITCH IN NEGOTIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
CO-OPERATION. A HITCH IN NEGOTIATIONS.^ It appears that there is but little likelihood now of a combination being effected between tho Wool and Pro duce Company aud the Farmers' and Settlers' Association. From the tone of a letter received from Mr. White (who is connected with the former company) it appears that tho Wool people are not tio anxious to go in with the fariuern, and Mr. White puts the caWu' vory fairly, as follows : — ? I consider tho changes in tho constitution of tlia'Uo-opettitwe Wool nnd Produoo Com puny suggeutcd by the FarmarB' Association, loo nidicul to be ndoptoil with advantage. Tho dotnpnuy bus be-n aucoeasfully stiirtcil, maintained, and worked for some tinio, nud the ? directors and those interested have borne the burdtn, expanse, »nd riskn of establishing tho business now carried on. Moreover the articles of association have hoen framed and niodcllol, and from time to tiino altered and amended, so as to raoc-t any set of circumstances that may uriso. Those...
SPORTING. THE MELBOURNE CUP; PREDICTIONS FOR THE V.R.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
SPORTING. -1 ' THE M ELBOURNE CUP; PRKD1CTIONS FOR -THE V.E'.Cf ' ^ , . ' . . MEETING. BY ONAHOO. ' On Tiiesdny next i he moat historical lurf even! of the yeir— the Mi'lbnurne Cup — is set down for decision, and '.hrougboiu the length nnd breadth of Austraksi ', th« result, of that momentous evont is m'w many tl ousnuda of jjcoplc. Prom tho first time the i^vint \vr.s instituted the Melbourne Cup haB griiwn in inteiest and impurtunoe, and now it is looked upcn as an irresistible atttaction. The Sydney Cup, Melriipolil-.in, &.C., almost palo into insiijniticuiicc iu com rjiirisou with it a3 rccarc's interest in tho minds of many. In Xlelbourne it ia voter, tbo national holiday of tho -ear, ni:d in tint ciiy the world and bin wife turn out lo commemorate Cup Day, nnd tliouuh, perhnp», a gi od few of the ?' unco guid '' nnd otliers disinterest! d in horte-racing find their wuy out to St. ICilda, Urighton, ?«n:l other pleasure rescrta, it is sule to prc ilicfc that fully 00 per...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
MINING^ Captain's Flat shares, which wrre up to £3 a few monfhs ago;- aro now quoted at 1/6, at which there aro no buyers. - Suspension has been granted the Lake. George minos at Captain's Flat for two months. This will mean the throwing out of work of a, largo number of men at the Flat. The grounds on which the suspension was granted were that the company during the last two years had spent over. .£100,000, of which £80,000 had gone iu wages since Augu-t, 1S9G. Their capital had given out, and: they were making experiments with certain meth ods of treating : ores with which to make tho mines payable. The monthly escort from Wyaloug left that place on Friday with 2000oz. gold. This does not represent the yield for the month» as a largo quan tity was seut away privately. The Challenger mine Adelong finish ed' crushing ou Friday last, and had the magnificent average for firsts and seconds of 103oz from 87 tons. This result is highly satisfactory to tho shareholders, and proves the min...
Cablegrams. London, Thursday. FASHODA DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
Cablegrams. , . ??? London, Thursday. , .FASHODA DIFFICULTY, ??? -It is Bemi-oflicially announced* that Captain Marchand will Bhortly eyacu ateFaBhoda. ' i; At tho latest, both England and France w.ero making preparations for war, but both governments were pacific in their intentions.- ? _ JM. DeJcasse retains tno pos:iionor French Minister for Foreign Affairs. ? M. Uibot who is a good friend to England will probably be the new Premier. STORM IN MACEDONIA. A storm in Macedonia destroyed a bridge. - A caravan was engulphed and 47 lives lost. ?. PROCLAMATIONS. Proclamations are ready for issuo by the British -War Office, summoning the 'Army Reserves, the Militia, and tho volunteer rorces tor active service. The Stock Exchange ia steadier and there is a general 'recovery in consols. INSULT TO BKITISnERS. A party of Chinese soldiers stopped some British ongirieers from working on the railway at Pekin. The British Ministor has demanded redress from the ChinefQ Government, ENGLISH SPORTIN...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
COMMERCIAL. __ — » The following retail prices were; ruling in Gundagai yesterday :—: ..':- ' ?' ? Mdzo, 3i2d per bushel. Oil's, 2a 9d per btuhcl. - .. Birloy, 4* per bushel. _ Chiff. Us to 4a per uwt.' Hay, £4 103 per |bn. -1 ' Kra', 10-l per bn-hel. Pi)llard, lOrl per bushel. ' ' Potatoes, 11b per cwt. ? Onionn, 3d per lb. , . Kj;gs, Gtl to 7d por iJozen', Bacon, local 7d, Bodalla Od. per lb. Chocop, 7d par lb. ' . ,,' Iluiter, la per lbj
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. HOMEBUSH PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
Telegrams. Sydney, Fiiday. ' HOMEBUSH PRICES. At the Homebush Btock markets yesterday the following prices ruled : — liest wpthers, 12s Od ; medium from 7s. Best bullocks, £7 14s. THE LATE RAINS. As a result of the splendid rains that have fallen throughout tho col onv durinc the past wtek the agricul tural and pastoral proepects of this colony ore now generally good, the rain having effected a marvellous im provement. - THE RAILWAY REVENUE. The quarterly report of the Kail way Commissioners,- ending 30th Septem ber, shows the earnings for the quarter have incroaeed by £07,000, or a net improvement in profits of £32,900 on a corresponding period of last year. WOOL SALES'. At. the local wool sales yesterday, prices wero irregular. Tor superior oombing wools from crosabreds, lOjd was realised. IIURLUCAJSTE AT.JUGIOtfG. The town of Jugiong, near Albury, wns devastated by ahurrrieane yester day. . The police station nnd court-house were wrecked, and nearly every other building in the to...
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
#qWn -ropiest - o ? ; ? j* ? \ — FAnuERSi are. busy putting in their corn 'crops. f . ? Asiitos's Circus p^ ays 'in Gundagai next Thursduy evening. . . ' Tujiut Races are to bo postponed till 16th November. The majority of. our farmers poy that they will have a good yield this season. 'Tins. will be tha beat seas.m we have had for ; three years/' says a farmer. Sueaiung finished at Tabtree Sta tion ou, Tuesday. 23,000 sheep wore put through. , His Lordship, Dr. Gallagher, ac companied by leather Dwyer, arrived late last evening from Wagga. Big prices ara being asked by owners for summer grazing country. . Wb'vb been having ?'. weather!' Mn. R, A. Newman, J.P., of Tumut, has been appoiuted to giva conswit to the marriage of minors within the Tumut district. ?Mrs. -Fry, of the Family Hotel, gives up business in a few weeks, and the Hotel will be taken over by Mr. Walker (son-in-law of Mrs. Tracey, of the Club House.) Mb. S. M'Cauohey, of Yanko Station, last week secured, at auction, f...
SOME SUMMER DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
SOME SUMMER DltlNKS. Ginger b'eor. -— Jamaica- ganger (bruised^, 12oz. ; lemon juice, 1 pint ; English honey, 12pzb, ; cane sugar, . 9iba ; while of one egg, and 0 galkns of.- water. Boil ginger with 1 -J- gallons of water for half-an-hour ; then add sugar, lemon-juico and honey,' and- 611 up with remaining quantity of water. When cold, add white of egg and come essence of lemon, and etir well ; together. Set aside in closed, vessnl for about 5 days and then bottle. Raspberry Syrup. — Essence of rasp berry, 4ozs. ; tartario acid, loz. ; cane sugar, 31ba. ; liquid cochineal, enough .to colour ; water, £ gallon. Boil water and sugar, and when cold add the other ingredients.
SPORTS RESERVE AT TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
SPORTS RESERVE.' AT TA.RCUTTA. 'At ihe sittinc of the AVagga Land Board oa Tuesday a number of Tar cutta residents petitioned that portion of the travailing stcclc and camping reserve, No. 11,621, parish Mutubee, be wi -drawn- and dedicated as a rajocourse ana sports ground .and general reoroation reserve, The ^dis trict .stock jinspector opposed the pe tition on the ground that it would lead to a^large amo'unt of taspassing. .Between 10J,000 and 200,000 sheop, on a yearly average, went that way. The board reported that the exc:sionof the area required would not be pre= judicial [to the interests of travelling stcolt, and_ it would be expedient to .dedicate, it for recreation purpoacS.
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
LADIES' COLUMN. . ? ? .- ? r-t ? ~ ' (By «?' Lady 'Blahnmt.') Now that the rain bus com6 I sup pose the- outlook is bright fui you all. ' r It is impossible to tell how badly it was wanted, but we know that it haa saved millions of pounds to the colony, - That our flowers have suQVred plified in the Rose Show of last week. Our ahowof this year -was nowhere ?compared to thde of prectding years, nevettheless there were' many beauti '? * f ul specimens to gratify the sense's of smell and sight. The' leceut occidental death of young Flanagan in the Caul field Cup has caused a feeling to bo aroused lliut boys should not ride ' in such races. It is only when Buck an acci dent arises that we wake up to the fact that young boys do ride in such races, andJBj-.uently do better than older om''^HJ(*?o case is a very sad one for the fot5y's parents, and I am sure they l\ave everyone's sympathy. There is only one topic at present in Sj*dnoy, and that is ?' The Cup.'1 ? J.-vTi,very delicate confec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
Our Directory. ? ? «- — BIBf), W., Iioiiiiiongor,' _c, SheriJan utioot. CAUVKr.ALL, A.,'Ro'ynl Hotel, Sheri dan-sin ot. ? ? /'^UllNBlT. BllOS ,'guneml storekeepers, \J \Villi*lin-stri;cl. _____ DODD AVi) CO.,e general, storekeepers, SheruUin-xliecl. FIECD ANDlCliLLi', Tailois, Sheridan Sneer. ./'I RlKFlSf and VVeakes, solicitors ami l_T i llid.wit conimiatiiners, V\ illielin-st. KYLE, \V. E., Auctioneer, Stock, Stv tio.i and Gn'eral Com. Agent. LOOM 123, J., luii-'difliser aud . tobucpo mat, ShoruUn-stiect. MACIIEN & SON, Auctioneers, etc. Agsiils fwr Harvesting Machinery. SOLOM' N, V. and S., , Storekeepers , Wilnclm -Btrcct.* rilRACEV, MUS. A., Club Houbo Hotel, I ShTi'lnn-streor. ?' \ '' ' Gundagai Independent : ? $_ ? _ ... SA.TUROAY, CC TO8ER !;29, 1898. -, '. .- ? i ? '? _ . ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
^HE PEOPLE'S PAPER Conducted on Democratic and Liberal Lines. ? ' GUNDAGAt INDEPENDENT,' And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. . ? — o ? PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS The INDEPENDENT will be run on broad and liberal lines, and will contain all the latest Political, Commercial, Mining, Sporting and General News. A good Serial Story will be commenced in an early issue, as we well know that people like a peep at the sentimental, as well as serious side of Life. We have made arrangements with a Leading Sydney Lady Writer to contribute us a Chatty Letter every week on Topics dear to female hearts, The INDEPENDENT will contain News from District Centres, contributed by Reliable Correspondents. In advance, I6s. per annum. If Booked, 24s. ff ? ADVERTISING- BATES : ORDINARY ADYTS. PAR. ADYTS. First Inch - - 3s One Inch or Less - 4s Each Additional Inch- 2s Each Additional Inch 3s .' . .. \ ~~ '.---''' ... _ - ? ...-??.??'Sk- ? ???? i&JrJiiOX,o.jLi J£1#i^LJL JIjo For...
BOSSING THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
BOSSING THE COUNCIL. ? ? ?' ' — /▼ — t^t ? , ? ? ? ? ? ' One, of the worst rnijtukes our Coun cillors liave'eyor mada is the leaving to the ratepayers the cons deration of the water supply Echemo. The ratepayers m»y, perhaps, fuel some alarm al being saddled with extra taxation to meet the increased expenditure that will uo necessary, but ' that doesn't give them the rghV to virtually dictate to the Councillors in the carrying out of their duties. What is the. use of a Munici pal Council, if the men elected are not to deal with such matter* as a water supply P Is it not culoesal impudonce on the pirt of the ratepayers to usurp the functions of tho nieu they have e'eotod to watch the:r interests V and what else can it he but a direct slap in the faco to the Councillors themselves ? If tho Aldermen are not capablo of dealing with the subject, it does not redound to- the credit of the ratepayers who put- them into the Council, and clearly shows that at least the men who govern matters ...
RUMORS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
RUMOBS OF WAR. Very seldom indeed are we ,v . * without our war scare, arid periodically there are heard in . ? the distance ominous rumblings ? - that seem to portend the com _r- v-^iL/- ir*_ .o_^ -i storm ; dark clouds ',, . hover rouhcWor a time, threat '???- cning to burst forth and vent ., \A -their long pent-up f ury. But S then, alter having caused a \r '„ little excitement, the|:threa \; tend -storm blows over, and ?. , 'sunshine once again radiates, gV-fclo often do we hear of strained ,5 ,' 'relations existing between dif *, f'erent Powers, and the tale of '- ^'-/war being iriovitabJe, that we pv.v have beonio used to 'critical ^ situations.' The threatened f. Anglo-French embroilment is ' \ 'one of these ever-recurring 1 ^-'sensations, which will, no 1 doubt, end in an amicable ar '? ???rangoment being arrived at by ?'' 'the disputants, per. medium of their diplomatists.. Disputes that would, half a cen tury ago, have provoked san guinary warfare, are now ad justed by dip...
A WATER SUPPLY FOR GUNDAGAI. AGAIN POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
A WATER SUPPLY FOR GUNDAGAI. AGAIN POSTPONED. . Tjie proposed water supply schemo, which , bus been on the tapiB for the past five years, and which was ex pected to have been settled — oitbec adopted or. rejected — at the Council meeting, epeoially convened, for tho purpose on Thursday evening last, has been again postponed, owing lo a petition having, been received from a a number of ratepayers asking for a final deoiBion. to be deferred. In 1894 Mr. Price, .engineer, of the Works De partment, made a satisfactory report on a gravitation scheme at Ned's Gully, and last week a supplementary, and still more satisfactory report, was received from another Works Depart ment engineer, Mr. Wade, who visited tho site in December last and mndn a ' full and exhaustive reporb of the ?,, schemo. The question has now been postponed in ordaphior the ratepayers to give an opxni^fgjfr tho matter. The Council a^deoiJed at the general meetin-r the previous week, met ' on Thursday evening for the ] pu...
WITH THE "BOYS." LEISURE HOURS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 29 October 1898
yflTH THE ;-' BOYS,'.- LEISURE HOURS TALK. 'I n'iEALLT don't know what Ihe town is coming to,' said B'ullawool, in a hoarse whisper, when the boys had all settled down to a, quiet hour'B.chat, ' 'f he, peojila saem to have .water on Tiiiv iii-uiu , nme we liavo uue uouuuii talking about a water supply, and lpoit at the rain vye have had during the past few day a. In. my opinion a town's done for when it goes iu for too much water.' 'Not at all,' said Sweeney. 'So long as they keep ' water out of their gro^ they're alright.' Jimmy Bjo thought the Councillors were— haw — taking a very wise step in going in for a town water supply. It — haw — was necessary that we should have water laid on to our homes; essential for domestic wants, and very desirable for other purposes. Aqua, pura — haw— was the greatest gift that man had from beneficent Providence, but familiarity bred con tempt, and wo had grown so used to an over-abundance of the crystal fluid that — haw— we roally did not know how...