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The Fiscal Question. WHAT MR. WATSON SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
The Fiscal Question WHAT MR. WATSON SAYS. Mr J. 0. Watson, who is a candi date for the Eland Federal Division, said at Young last week : Tito ques tion with regard to the fiscal issue was a complicated one because there was more to be considered than whether Australia should bo freetrado or pro tection; There was in oxisience in the bill a clause known as Braddon's Blot which necessitated that wherr the Fed eral Parliament desires to raise :£150 000 bv me>ins of customs duties, it mast raise £000,000 so as to provide for the return of seventy-five per cent to the various states. The result of this eliuiHo would, ho thought, be that it would be found necessary to impose ;;uch a high tariff that it would bo im possible to havo fiscal freedom except between the states themselves. An other niattor whs that the smaller states wero depending for such a largo proportion of their revenue upon fiscal duties that were they doprived of this rnvenuo thoy would be lauded in Seri ous financial...
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
War News. Of the drifts, or foids, over the Orange lliver into Cnpe Colony, the Zand Drist was (.Ik? only one \>'hich the British had not. miivd. De Wet was purposely drawn across tho Zand Drifi, an the country to the 1 souih 11acl been utterly denuded of j horses. The mobility of the British, largely, if not chiefly, Australian forces, now exceeds that of the Boi rs whom they aie pursuing. Theiecent captures effected by the Biitish im:liid(! Oomni aidant Busman, who led the ftoshnf commando. The 1 Diiily Mail ' reports that De Wet, who is h&lt;.rcl-pr'es-«'d, has been j lwaded oil' between Stiydenbu rg (40 [ miles north-west of Hontkr/i.-il) and Hopetown, on thp Orange lliver. ! The ' Daily Mail ' also reports that half of the forces in Do Wet's ramp lecen'ly held a mealing and protested at'ainst tho indi.sciiminnto . fl iguing which prevailed—chiefly of laggards.. The dissatisfied burghers resolved to fight independently in future/ A Harrismith burgher, named Nademan, d...
P. and A. Society. ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
P. and A. Society. ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS. The following is tho result of tlie above, as declined by Mr. J. N. Crowley (ReturningOlicer) nt Harti gan's Hotel at-11 p.m. on . Thursday night last Vice-Phesident—(1 to be Elected). 53 J. Conolly J. B Donkin J. 0. Hollll63 18 J:. Connolly.. S. Ridley 0. W. Nicolson D. H. Rankin F. E, Wei by Ii. Gageo C. M. Johns D Byrno 17 W. E, Turnbull 13 Sechetauy— S.- G. Isnuca. 45, Messrs. Y. G Manning and F. Dempster . were nlso nominated for this office, bub retii'ed. Committee — (20 to bo Elected). G. Pun ton J. J. Crowley S. MaFadzi.'iin T. Gelling G. P. Evans J. 0. Holmes W. E. Turnbull 42 J. Hughes H. Soiulfii J. W. Conolly H. R Helyvr J. Goggin V. G. Mfinnmp C. W. Nicolson 36 W. Butler H, Morphy Jos. Connolly S. Stewavt W. Lange D. Byrne C. M. Jolina F. E. Wei by R. Gageo T. F. Smith J. Jarniesou D. IT. Rankin N. Nt-ilson D. Mullan W. Thompson 0. Haub W. Lowe W. Tucker S. Ridley W Rae J. B. Donkin R. Lindsay J. Howard II. Hutchison...
Disputed Municipal Assessment. SUIT BY BROKEN HILL COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
Disputed Municipal Assessment. .SUIT BY BROKEN' HILL COMPANIES. Av£,,,ment was caminn.d befor, Uu: rj-i]'}' 'Cmirt iu Sydney on V, wlm-bcUj ..ppeal riveting a pha.c or .lie iit.i«nu,».i brought by seven B.okeui: HiH mining companies aguint the loc,l | niuoicip tlity, respecting »• ■ * , levied for 1900. The compares each . brought ft suit 111 equity to rj--pi'.oMtion made that the fo> 1900 was invalid, and for an mjunc ■ tion ac»iiist its enforcement. rim rate's show.-d an enormous inc. ease on the amount assessed for the previous The appenl wns against the order of tli;" Criiif Judi."' in Equity allowing certain interrogate,i-n bythe def.nd a„t: municipality, and directing the same to be. answered l?y tho plMnull , company. The grounds were:. I hat the inter ra«atories were not pertinent} •or"material to the matters.of iwa« ; j that they were irrelevant, oppressive, • and were in "rely tishing ini«-rrog«- j fcocies : that if the interrogatories were ; pertinent, material j or re...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
I ' Local and General. r : The prices for Hospital funerals, received at last meeting of the Com mittee, were—J. A. Hodge, £1 4s ; J. Wyllie, 13s 6d ; E. Mills, 12s 6d. Tho Advocate machinery is con stantly running on job printing, which allows that our work is appreciated. Wo do good woikat a moderate price Messrs. Neeld and Sons are going ahead with the extensive additions to tiii-.ir mining plant. But the scarcity of water is beginning to be felt. A parcel of stone from Stanley's Blow claim is being treated at Nicolas and Reymond's Battery, and is not turning out as good as was expected. The special services in the Church of England on Ash "Wednesday even ing were well attended. Rev. E. N. Merrington conducts his last service in West Wyalong to morow (Sunday) evening, in the Pres byterian Chuicli. Waggoi,, Dray and Buggy Spokes, 'Naves and Felloes, big stock on hand. H. Soudejj. Mr. G. Stevenson, P M., has been appointed enumerator for taking the census at Wyalong. : Lieutenant D...
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
PASSING" NOTES. [by " coo-ltli."] | Now Lhnt hotel-keepers have been J made responsible for any bad langua"e of customers using their telephones, it is funny to- see the buniKi'ds stand iny by us censois of the propriety or other wi>e of strangers' tulle. A gen tleman who wishing to say somethiri" strictly-private to his clerk, thought lessly shouted some instructions in I'rench, bad the contents of a syphon instantly squirted over him by the indignant He.be. • ooo Home of the dodges of tho Coupon Compfinii s are very effectual. For instance, the grocers in North Sydney agreed- among themselves to discon tinue taking coupons. Straightaway the Coupon people opened a grocer's -shop and put a man in who gave cou pons to all customers The anti-coupon combination gave up the struggle ivithout.further ado. ooo The workman who. fell through the &lt;&lt;1ass skylight of the Alhambra Music Hall'catne down with such force that the woodwork of one chair and part of another w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
WANTED, riENEltAL SERVANT Apply Mrs. Souclen, Church Street. In the Supreme Court) of NY*w South Wales. > Probata Jur'sdiction. J Iif the. J)'ill of J A MA'S S'1JEWA!,1\ Into oj Jhllabontj ^la ion, near Marsden, in the Colony of Acw South Wales, Station Manager, (let-cased. NOTICE is hereby jjivnn that tho first Accounts iiml Plan of Distribution in the nliovti fetit-R li/n-a this day been filed in my office Chancery Square Sydney and all persons having any claim mi the said Estate 01 bfinif oth"ru'ise interested therein are heieby required to coine in before me at my paid oilica on or before rlio 13th day of March at 11 15 o'clock in the* forenoon and inspect the sumo and if die, shall thinlr iit o'-j-ct thereto other wise if (ho snid Acconnrs be not objected to the bnino will ho examined by m&lt;i and passed according- to law. Dated this 2'Jthduyof January in the year lUtll. T. W. GARRETT (L.R.), ' „ „ Rogisttar. " Gr,.n..Fc!vhes.,_.... Proctor for Executrix, ^Vyaion».°...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
CHAPTER II. And lo, and behold, after alt these strange things had happened, it came to pass that on a certain day, when the chief Law Giver of the city—he who belonged to the lost trihe—had seated himself in the ciiair of State that lie might give to eacli part of the city its share of the taxes ; and there were assembled the wise men and councillors of the city, namely— Thomas, the rich merchant. Thomas, the purveyor of meat, a youth without hair on his face. Gilliam, a steward of the city, aud a publican. ( Marconi, a merchant from the Land of Judae. John, of tlio people who travel in foreign lands. Theograbil, a dispenser of herbs and powders that do make the sick to walk and the blind to see. Benjamin, of the tiibe of Benjamin, and a mighty man in the city. Johnem, tho Tux Receiver, and a man of fair proportions. And Thomas the Scribe wns also present,'"to rfipO'-t to lhe_ people any thing untoward fhilt ffliljht h&ppCu." And it cinio to pass that their do ■liberations ...
Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
CondoTDolm. (From our Correspondent.) In forwarding you my second in stalment of news from this little village,' I 'Inive again to report the same old state of affairs—ruin still wanted, dust plentiful; and heat, well, wo have had our sharo of that-, the thermemeter for about a week aver aging somewhere near 1G5 The last two or three days have been just, the opposite, nico atul cool, the nights being actually chilly. We have had plenty of indications of rain, but that teems to be our share of it The Municipal elections passed over very quietly here, there being only two nominatior.s for the three vacancies, ■ viz, W. Green and H. J.ieifermann, who were declared duly clcctcd. I hoar that Mr. Jns. Milne, senr, was nominated for the other seat, but refused to take the billet on. At, a special meeting of tlife Council, hi'kt on Friday, 8th inst., Alderman W. Stewart was unanimously elected •Mayor. The Aldermen and officers of the Council were afterwards enter tained at a banquet by the ...
Personal & Political [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 February 1901
Personal & Political The insincerity of. certain Federal politicians can almost be felt by the audiences. Electors, between now and polling day should keep their ears and eyes open. The Sydenham Railway catastrophe will cost the Railway Department £100,000 or more. Tho claims for compensation will come from nearly forty directions, It will be a pity it' disputed claims be referred to tho Supreme Court. Arbitration should be commissioned to settle claims. There is just a possibility that Mr. Barton, Mr Ileid and Sir William Lvne will have walk overs for the Hunter, East Sydney, and the Hume respectively. Anyway, the two first mentioned should be invincible. The populatif i or Tasmania is by no means considerable com oared with the other Stales, but a Bletchley wife recently favored her husband with six at a birth. After this let us not ignore the vital potentialities of little Tasmania. John'Baylies M-P , Federal candi date for Robertson, is President of the Democratic League...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
I WANT ^ To ADMIRE J To KEEP. How many in the. world loo'&lt; for the above—anil how many Grid it? If unyone in Wyalong hna not yet rrot. a Souvenir (hat will keep and bo nilmircfl—j»s well its bnin;» " most valuable article in thp home circlo— write to G. M. GALLOWAY, West Wynlontr, for particulars rc'ativo to that splendid book by Do Wet T il mum?, the world-famed American writer, entitlfd—THE 1 AM AUTHOUISKD TO sum, DIRECT TO THE peoplr—KOT TO PUBLIC LIBUAIUHS. SO NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. . IlOUACE I.Ann Mt'ND, ed 5 months; so > of Mrs H. Lachinnnd, Cy JLotvei Foi't-sti-eut, Sidney. INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO GIVE THE BISCUITS. For VERr YOUNG CHIL DREN, vub biscuits Very lightly on a clean nutmeg grater, or crush 'very fine and sieve through a sieve, mix emefully with boiling water, stirring well, and give through feeding bottle or by «pojn. As there is milk in tl.iom it is not advisable to »dd it. In the case of young and deli CHte children, it is bettor to give only yibouc hulf ...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
Notes. Br '• Peodioal." The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has close on £10,000 in the bank. A team of German' footballers opened a tour in England in January, the first match, "being against the Southampton club. The visitors) pmved no mutch for the Englishmen,' •ind suflered defeat by live goal* to one. A team of Dutch cricketers are also to visit England this season. The g-une has uiude rapid piogiess in the Netherlands-of late J. J. Kelly is not representing Pad dington C.C. tit is round. He is suffer ing frotn a bad leg, the result of a b!o>v from Marsh's bowling while wicket-keeping against Victoi ia. Kelly was not seen at Ilia beat in the iccetit inter-Stite matches, and there appears at present, an excellent opportunity fot junior wicker-keepers to represent AvisLi alia against England next si;",son. Our best, wicket-keeper on the present sea-on's form is Jams, .and he is a veteran—"eing 41. ' Australasian champion school boy swimmer, Cliude Cot bett. of Kogaiab, gave a fi...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
PEPA K'iUM'S. For Bannedwan. ToniDwi, C.obmnmdra, mil Syd ney. (liiily. (Sundays excepted) 7 a.m. i'ur rjiigaiie, cm TtU'sdaysfttid Saiurdayat 8 p.m. I-or Mar-den and Forb-.-s &lt;-:i Wednesday?, mid Saturdays at 7 a m. ' • • . I'or raJ^ou-iin, on Tuesdays, Thursday:1 and ^at davs at 10 a.m. l'\»r&lt;'urr>"!i. on Saturday* at fi a in. Tor ICiidaiy. on Wednesday* and Saturdays at 7 a.m. TV mails are dcdiver-rd at th-*1 post. oflleouptoS. a each day. Mails ttro ready for delivery about -a»-h'»ur alter iho aiTivul'oi'loach. J/'tter J»ox flcaiod fur dc.-&lt;p:ito!i at &lt;> a.m each day. Pillar box at Central Wyaloir.r denied daily at 7..T» tun. Money Order and Government Saving- 35;m\. II*'ins--Wee!i days—10 a.in. to f> in.; fcuturdsiys— 10 a.m. to I p.m.
A tragedy of Illicit Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
A tragedy of illicit Love The assassination of Mr. Al'icrt O'Neill, i lie son of .the rich :m&lt;l wi 11 kno«-n li-inker at Lisbon, ■ was (sayH (he .•.iViily Mail), a veiy trayic aftiir. His assassin was Dr. Duarte Pinto Ooelho, a. lifUtfUJiufc in tin- Guards, mid doctor of tho Itoval Horse, He wan married to a daughter of General G-ueirez;-commander cf tin; Muniuuial Gu irds who is an intimate friend of the King.: ,Dr. Cnelho was anony mously told that Ins younir wife -had h-ecrirt.lv mot young O'Neill, who was twonty-ttto• y»;aig of a»e, and one of Coylho's ola-eat. friends. lie received ih» news on the (lav of n la-vn tenuis match with (lie English ollrcers, in which he was playing. If. was no'iced that he hud to ho edh-d whenever it was his tui-n to play, in id that he wis watching'the sfc .'n«i where his wife s-'»t witli a &lt;;roup of the" jeuncfSR dnree, .inchi'ding O'NeiM, around her. Tim dvctor announced that ho was that night going to Oporto, mid pretended ...
Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
Divii Chuirh of England. All Suiiitu', Wyalong. Fob 3, 11am, Holy Communion, Rav. Q W Batten, 7 30 p m, Mr J Chanaoa Fab 10, 7 30 p m, Rev G W Ratten Feb 24, 11 am, Rur G W Ratton, 7 30 Jp in, Mr J Channon
A Millionaire's Vow. THIRTY YEARS A HERMIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
A Millionaire's Vow. THIRTY YEA.R3 A HERMIT. The remirlcablt; story of Georue Johnston, millionuire and laird, of the Fife |.-L> hstato, near Dundee, lias just been received by his death. Thirty years ngn (s-«y the London " Evening News") Johnston vowed that no m;in should se.e his face again, mid lit! kept his vow. His father, army officer, Indian tea planter, and smuggler, hard and morose, and violent in tempm thougli he wns, fell in lovt; with Jo in D ouglns, the daughter of a peasant, and married her. ' She bore him a son, and died Johnston brooded oyer his loss; his temper became ungovernable. Bis son's was hardly liefer. One dny the son lied tlio father in a curpof, threw him into a room, nnd deeanii;ed to the woods. The police caught him and sent him abrond. Thirty years ago the father died, | and the son returned to live a solitary, sordid life. Never once did lie set foot across the thresho'd of the del .pi dated manor house A maid cooked hi* scanty meals, but never s»w ...
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
St. Barnabas' West Wyalong. Feb 3,7 30 p m, Jicv G W Ratton. Feb 10. 7 30 p in, Mr fiannistvr Feb 17, 11 a m, Holy. Communion, Eev O W Batten, 7 30 p in, Mr Bannister • Feb 24, 7 30 p mi Ituv G W Ratten Fub S, Womboyno 3 30 p ra, Kov G W Batten Feb 8. Yarra S p m, Ilnv G AY Rut!en Feb 10, MaTSden 11am, Rov G \V Ilatten Feb 2i, Hiawatha 3 p m, itov G VV Katten G. W. Ratten, lncumbont.
Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Paeumatic Tyre co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
■ Cycling xSouSS. Brorn the Dc.nlop Pr-.er.mntic Tyre Co. There i» trouble brewing in Mel bourne between two cycle agents and osaeixibiors. Jt is alleged that one firm used one of the others racing ma chines for racing purpose, simply obliterating the iimiier'? trade murk mid placing their ci«n on the front of the machine. The nmcliire in question ■was ridden by « well known champion, and his wins adve rtised na being won on the fraudlently- branded machine. The allegations are of such a. serious character that the matter should be taken in hand by the Melbourne Cycle Board of Trade, and the facta thrashed out in the Law Courts. We have to acknowledge and thank the Dunlop Tyre Company for their beautifully printed Brochure ' All Aloufc Dunlop Tyres fur 1901.' The booklet is without a doubt one of the finest printing productions yet issued in the Cycle Trade, and is far in ad vance from an ariiatic point of viww of aiiyBirhfar work yet given away in Australia. From a Cyclist's stand ...
Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
- ... Weslovan Services. Feb 21, Wnmboyne H, Woat Wyalong '7.10'—0 G Walkora March 3, Wnst Wyalont; IX. Spnertwoll 3 Wyalong 7.30—0 G Wulkom; Wamboyue 3—G Woods March 10. Bena 11. Hiawatha 3, West Wyalong 7.30—G Wulkom March 17, West Wyalong 11, Milga 3, Wyalong 7.30—C G VVallcom ; Wamboyne 11. Weat VVyalonsr 7.30—O'Wooils March 24, Wamboyne 11, West Wyalong "7.30—(J G Wulkom '■'March 31, West Wyalong 11, Speedwell 8, Wyalong 7,30—C U Wulkom Marriages are soleraniFed arul other rites of the church administered by the Circuit ' Minister. C G Walkom
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 February 1901
CLEARING OUT.SALE, v AT -T? ALGOG-RIN, ON"' Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m. RA. COLLIE has .received instruc tions from Mrs; 'H. J, Eliiofct to isell by auction as above— i RESIDENCE^ SHOP ■ FURNI- ; TtTRE, &g. A ——No Reserve. Etill particulars next issue," ■ NOTICE. . T ALOO MAHOMED BAXJX, tlio Indian I.J Occulist and Specialist, announces that !, i -rrilt be Leaving Wj-along NEXT i WEEK. * TESTIMONIAL. 1 Wyalcng, Fob. 21, 1901, X ti&lt;«» fo thnnk Laloo Mahomed Bstux. t.h&lt;> well-^nown Oculiet and Specialist, for tju- bind and skilful manner in which ho treated my cl)ild for disease in - tho eyes, nfu,r it Viad been invfche hospital for ten days, losing the night of one pye and being in dangwr of loHinc the other. I am thank fill-to say .Laloo Mahomed Uaux took him in hand mid ufU-r ti weeks treatment restored him liis sight. R. J^EDAy. For Sale—A Bar gain. WEATHER-BOARD ami Iron 4-Room HOUSE aud SHOP—crllur, under ground tnnic. Ownor leaving,through ill-...