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THE TOURIST TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE TOURIST . TRAFFIC. EfJDEAvouits are -being made to stir up our townspeople and awaken them to tho necesjity of trying to divert some of the tourist traffic to the Yar rangobilly Caves (which promises tobe exceptionally heavy during the coming summer) from the Cooma railway ter minus to this town. Our member is anxious to do what he can in the mat ter, and wishes the townspeople to. take the .initiative. ,, The idea has much to recommend it to the tourist, to do the return trip fro. u the caye3 via this town — ^the distance ia about equal to the Cooma route, and the trip a more pleasant one, and tho' monotony of the return, journey broken. A Govern ment House party nreto visit the Caves this summer, and an effort should be made, as we hava advocate*! before, to secure tht-ir return by our town. It will advertise the rout a splendidly, and wo are sure we can rely upon the support of the. Tumut people.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

—Grand Final Proctuctioil* ? OP Till'. ? SPAHKLING COJIIC OPER V ©F PEPPOE. J / J J— N AID O F - THE GWNDAGAI HOSPITAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTE, os Tuesday, Nov. 8,, 1898. R bE i\ i U hKAlS nwr 1) Jljookol at MilUi nn4 Li «»i -.'b do Mfint %C- ir

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

STOCK PASSINGS. ' There has been great activity in the movements of fitock during the past fortnight at Wagga, over 181,000 shee;- having been reported to the atock inspector as travelling. Moat of sf them ure going to summer country around Kiandra. The following move ments were reported during the past fortnight : — 4000 wethers, Bank*. of N.S.W., West Mimosa to Tass Plains, via Eurougilly and Gundagai ; 7371 wethera, Alackay and Copland owners, Poulingalarna to Long Plain, Kiandra, via Adelong; 4000 ewes, A. Smith owner, Wagga to Long Plain, via Ade long ; 10,937 wethers, A. Wade owner, Marrar to Cavan, Yasp, via Wagga and Oundagai ; 7272 wethers, J. O'Shan nassy owner, , from near Jerilderie to NorthKiah Luke, Cooma, via Wagga ; 1000 sheep, William Brobribb, jun , owner, Bourke's Creek to Little Billa bong; 73000 sheep, H. B. Triggs owner, Clear Hills to Long Plain, via Oootamundra and Coolac ; 7500 weth ers, Mackay and Copland, G-unbar to Lung Plains, Kiaudra,.via Wagga, 8500 ew...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

£2 REWARD. T OST, from Uoyton Station, Nangus I J Creek, ono BROWN MARE, brand. d j T (tiio F lev ei sed) netu ahf nl Jei , off hind leg Blightly crooked, shod all round iho abovo reward will be p-id on delivery to P BOiiON, llhibo. AUC1I0N SALL W. k~KYLS ' J ? I 'AS received instructions to sell hy 1~1 public liiction, it Deighton's i ard«, South Gundagai, S\1URD\Y, at 1 o'Joik pin, 30 HMA1) OV MIXliD CATTLE and , 1\\6 HORSl b !A U OTI ON SALE. BailiDITO, ETC. ' w. eTkyle HAS reoo.ivod insiruclions to sell by public TUetion, on 'comint nf Mr liaieia Fn^patiick, on the grouud, neai Spring Flat, On Wednesday Next, Nov. 9, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK, The MATERIAL contained in THRKR BUILDINGS, consisting of GuOl) bL\B--, GAIV\NI^1D IllON, , BRICKS, DOORS, 'JIMLLB, &e ? wimour REsruvE ? WAN TlTl) TTURST CLASS UODbl l\T\ PEP, mil JJ dlougel pieferred ' iinrunilj Apilly tlna Olfieo - rii yABSIRE to thank the public ofGundagai and sur- /,. ' J-Jr%, 3^J rounding district for their generous sup...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORAGE OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE STORAGE OF GKAISV A BEPUTiTiON, ? accompaniod.; by Messrs. Barues, Donuldson, and Wat« son, Ms.L.-A.,'! waited upon the Minis tor for Agriculture on Wednesday, and urged the- erection of sheds on the railway lines for tho 3torago of grain. Mr, Barnes said that the deputation repressntfid the Farmers' and Settlers' Co-operative Association oE the coun try. Tho farmers had no way of stor ing thoir grain unless they stored it on their farms. Many of thorn wore at the disadvantage o£ not being able to store their grain, and, as a cons'equence, whatever price they wera offered for it they had to take. Tho idea of the Co operative As?ociation waa to store grain onthe railway until they can got a good price for it, and have it ready for market. They wanfcod the Minis ter' to plaoe.a sum of money on the earning estimot.es for the erection of sheds on the railway lines. The fann ers did not waut these sheda for noth ing, but were willing to pay a small rental, and no1 doubt this would pi...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]eanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

[?] BHHfoOne tiian; in 203 is over 6(t. |HMp|^eigiit.^ ? .?'?.;.?';?? ^^BilflliB'-'V^tiQeriban'- advertiser HBPf |l|afe;p-)||ers on' cows in fields H^Mi§ir^the:Ta;ilway. , Iplllf IMTKe^'usi^of ' powder origin |^^p!^dviin-;il|e 'fancy of a French :^lf§$f '^Ifcunt^baiik,' who dredged his |||||-;^d^ith; -flour, in order to. ip/;P{-^ph1M&&nia idiocy. . '-?'.?[' ::' ?'?. pf|^|iu-,'|Boo& were originally, metal ^^*S:.pEtes.or bpircls, or the inner ipMw.b|rlcx)f:-trees. ' In many cabi ^«|^S^n|ts: may' be found the dis I$||§|pcMrges of soldiers, written on |^g^|c(|pper: plates, ??i-: .'? . ' ' ?? ?? ?^^Hvid?he; .Earl of Dufferin is in ^Bjll^pAssessip.n of the smallest book [^HHM^the world. It is an edition Hg^^^Ahe sacred book of the Sikhs, ^H^^^R|us said to be only half the ^^HflH&-f a' postage stamp, ^^^^HHmt'was once the Bench ^HH^^HBftoncy changers setjMt ^^^^^H^HHarket piac& of Venice, H|HHB^B& to dispjny their piles Bhht : ' , m^B^^^^Bh-j...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE CHURCHES. CHURCH 01? ENGLAND. Nov Olh (22 id i-ffcor lunnj)— Cliribt Cliuroh, Jiijjiong. 11 ft.m. St. Judu' , Loolac, A p m St J jIil's, GunUloai, 7 JO {- m No\' 13ih (25rd if icr Trinity)- St folin -, Gnndugii, 11 n m (U O ) 1pm md 7 30 ii iu A C Most i \ , Kccior

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

GRIBFIR,§'H2BSE;BS and commissioners for affidavits Proprietor. TJ1IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for JD all. BILLIARD ' and HAIRDRESSING SALOONS att.n«hed to the Hotel. UOOD STABLING Accommodation. TO ' STAND THIS SEASONAT Black Springs, near Coolac, ?;??,?? THE BLOOD STALLION, Irish Home Rule. IRISH HOME RULE is a dark bay or brown horse, stands over 1G hands high, brrd by Mr. A. Town, of Hobartville. He is by Julian Aveual, from Richmond Belle, sister it Richmond, Bosworth, Palmyra, Segenhoe, Warwick and Superb, by Marilyrnong, from The Fawn ; The Fawn by The Premier (imp. ), from Melesina (imp.), by Jlarkawuy. Home Rule took first prize for 2-vear-old oo!t and champion prize for the best b.ood horse on the Cootamundra Show Ground, 18S6, first 'prize for 2-year-old colt at ihe Tumut Siiow, 1887 ; first prize, Goulburn Show forr2-year old colt, 1837. Home Rule's foah ran first and second in the Sires' Produco Stukes at Cootamundra in 1890, beating the progeny of three other Bires ; firs...

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THE STORY-TELLER. UNDER FALSE COLOURS. CHAPTER IX. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE STORY-TELLER. PALSB COLOURS. CHAPTER IX, (continued) ' You are very- kind,' I murmur, the .while I wonder to whom I owe my fiist welcome to Oaklands ; 'you welcoming mo to a very beautiful place.' 'Yes, it is beautiful. But yon will be able to nppreciats it better when you have rested and refreshed your self. I will take you to your room and will send a rnai.il to provide you with a substantial nddition to your tea. Madam :1b unable to see you just at present, but would like to have a few words with you later on. I am the housekeeper, and if there are any little comforts that you lack, just let mu know, and I'll put things right for you.,' . While we have been talking we have 'also been moving, and I am presently .-fihown into a dainty room that lo.ofcs the .very essence of cora forfT.' yu There does not stem anything 'lacking here;' I emilo, as my eyes rove admiringly round the- room, ard tako iti all its accessories, from the prettily curtained bod to the bowl of exquisitely f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

UHL CAPE Thp C«pe Government proposes. -to con tribute £110,000 annually to tho Imperial nail At Triesie,' in Austriii, a Hc-liuolmistrosb mined Kresaa becoming mamoured OI n married man, in order to obtain him for bersi'lf poisoned bis wife' iind children, and then her own moth r, who had protested igainai the affair. The man, howevor, re fusia to many the woman Tiess% and she thcieupou poisomd him At Obie/c, 111 Hungaiy a farmd's vufr, being jealous ot tho children of her husband by a former vvif , hangiDg iiti slepdauj,htei, foicol her stepson into an oven and baked him, suffo cited a'tliiiddiild, ind'-triugledafounh

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT MR. HOOLEY SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

WHAT MB. HOOLEV SAYS. Mr Ihokj dcterib a a scucs ot singular dpiiling-i with proininintpeus ind otheis He aiiyo that one paid £11,000 10 secure admission to tho Cailton Club. Me also states (battue secretaries of some companies destroyed 11 number of books, and ho msii\u i'cs ih il the object was to conceal misappropriations.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Cablegrams. "THE FASHODA DIFFICULTY. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

Cablegrams. ?'THE FASHODA DIFFICULTY. . London, Thuraday. No infri'mation, formal 6r otherwise, has reached Lord Salisbury to the effect that France will withdraw from Fashodh. ? The Pjiis newspapers are of opinion that 1 ngliind is needlessly bubuiitiinu Fiancd lo humiliation. The British Mediterrantan fleet, now at G ifu, his fcep.n ordered to Malta. The quidron bis unved itOibial ar II e Const mi ud feices at Plymouth and the Isle of Wight arc being mobilised,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. Sydney, Friday. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

Telegrams. S\d\et, Friday. THE .WEATHER. flight rain was reported 111 many pints of the colony jesteidjij, uud fairly heavy fulla -ii a few pur a A DROUGHT-RESISTING WITEAT. Air. Cook, Minister for Agriculture, is taking stepa to acouio drought-reaieting wheat for thp colni y TIU; PEDfiRAI. PROPOSALS. In the Assembly last night, Mr. M'Gow tn's proposed amendments in tho Conven tion Bill weip c lined by large ni .] lntiee Mr. Copeland's ameedtnent, increasing the number of senators, was also carrier). Thu 1 evolutions 11a amended, were thon filially adopted. TI11. Premier said t1 at linrnedintcly the Uppei Itoiise had deal with the 11 solutions he would open up negotiations with the other colonies fora conference. The House adjourned until Thursday. THE NEW TARIFF PROPOSALS. Freetraders in the country disiricta ex. picss grrat hostility towaida tbonewtanff piopo alt-, but the cino gioicis in the northern rivers tiro delighted at'tho roten tion -f tnc EUg r dutic. A gieat vauptj of op...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

FOLITICAL PIPS. Mr O'Milln in It ia a well known fut tint with 1 1 the monej we hive vuted hie foryenra past, we could not arm 1',000 men to-day iu New South Wale , uid of (lube arms, not more than 1,500 would be of the limit pattern, called tin Lee Metfo d m»^i. zine rifle, .and, unfortunately, although wo have Eome of thebo mi^azinc i fits, we have not got tho duplieito put=, or si then nt ammunition for them. As a matter of- fact they are in a disjiguu ed c - nditioii, and the Majoi Gonor il b is called attention to this fact time after lime. Mr. Willis : Tho Government arc starving tho wbo'oof l'ie counliv districts, l-) il so lutely i fusing to go on with -woiks of a lepro-hictiv oharactei . iiicu lire walking about m a ttivte of semi- tsrvatn n, whil wo sit hire talking htur nfior hour, nud m^ht nftei night, over thp todintion fid Fi delation nuj do theso people some good, but la the whole dt our doiiiesuc policy to ??tup still, is the clock tp be put biel ,^bo to speuk, v bil...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

TOWN TOPICS. Moke splohdid r^iin ! \. 58i-oiNXsof raiu fell in Gundagai on Thursday. Gundaoai District Court will bo hold' ou December 1st. Mb. Kxr.E holds a sale oE 30 head of mixed- cuttle at Brighton's yards to day. Premier Itoid deliverod his financial statement, in the Assotnbly °h Wed nesday afternoon. The bountiful rains ol the past fortnight have given a groat impetus to the growing crops. ? The snowfliOrM at Kiandra last -week is said to bo tha severest ex perienced for tha past 10 years. The fust Court of Quarter Sessions at Gundagai next; year haa boon iixed for 7th March next. Ashton's circus was unable to perform on Thursday night on ac count yf the unfavourable weather. A ma.uRia.ge 'was celebrated in St. John's Church on Wednesday night, Mr. Gardiner, of. Jackalass, and Miss Elphiok, being the*contract inj$ parties; Tub ball at Muttama wool shed on Saturday night, in aid of trie Coota muudra Hospital, passed off very suc cessfully. It is expected thera will be about £...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

MELBOURNE CUP. A handicap swtopstakes of ?5 *ovs each, with J000 8O\« added, «peond hoi to tore coive 000, and iho thud 200sova out o£ the take Twomles Mr W F reatei's ihe Giafter, by G070 —Industry, 5 jn 0 2 (John Gongh) 1 Messrs W und C Wilson's Wailabit, by Malua— Lucma, fl yre, S t (FranL - ieldei ) ? 2 Mr W Bailey's Cocos, bj Abercorn — ' Copia, 7 10 (WilliHin Uilinoy) 3 O:bi r startein Wai God, Amherite, Battalion, Merluolus, The Chief, Clarion, Elusive, Citspaw, Sjoila Tiapper, Man tied. Giidiip, lhnudor Queoh, Mischief, Longfoid, Dinimland, Tixtoth, P utub, Wouilaik, April I'ool, Mas'na a, Pohsbier, llolatel, Contiast, Helie Biltmu 5 to I CUu n, 7 to 1 oich Mas iniHsa and J'Iip Giattei, 10 to 1 Moiloola', 14 io 1 Pieh Wiitibir, Coeo-i and Plains, lr) tol Amberito, 20 to 1 ouch Dreamland, Manri-ed. Toxteth, and'J'he Chief. 25 t' 1 each Longfoid, lUttilum and Wuodluk 'H to ] I lunaivt, '50 1)1 oaeh Gapaw, Coi dite, Go ti ist, lhuudci Queon, 'irupp'i, Syoili, ind Wir G(d, 100 t...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY. As some 'doubt exists in the minds of a fevf ratepayers as to whether the Council can legally impose a higher rate than 9d. ia the £ for water Bupply — ^in consequence of tlie existing spe cial lighting ratB of 3d — we must draw their attention to the fact that, ut Albury special rates of, 3d and 12d for lighting aud water supply bave been imposed on tho ratepayers. And at Biitburst,.C.oonamble, Dubbj, Goul burn, Junee, Lithgow, Lisraore, Mosa Yale, Orange, Parrainatta and Wagga the special rates for water supply, lighting and other purposes exceed in the aggregate, a siiiLUNa in the £, which some ratepayers think the Gun dagai Council cannot go beyond'.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

SPORTING. ? CHA'LTy NOT'BS. ' Er GNAROO. ? . I notice that the late accident in the Cimlfield Cup has given some memb-'is of the cloth a favourable opportunity of airing ?their eloquence on the evils of horse racing, and this thev have not been slow to do in no measured terma. !la a sermon on 'Horseraeing and Gambling ' at Goulburn the other night liishop Clialniersaaid that it could hardlv be denied that- around rnoing earnivaln in thesu colonies there had grown up a widespread system of unlawful spueu lation, gambling, dishonesty and wasteful expenditure which threatened 10 undermine .our national morality, and mako us as a penplo exciuble, epeenlaiivo, and sellioh rather than sober, honest and industrious. * The gambling spirit, which ho defined as it spirit of unUwful venture, was unhappily connected everywhere with racing, and it seemed to bo penreating all classia of so ciety, and to be gaining «? disastrous hold upon t'ue jMiing. Gambling gaius wera in n.) sense tho product o...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SEASON AT TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

THE SEA'SON AT TUMUT. A tuip through the cereal-growing districts (savs the ' Tuiaat Times'), is necessary to enable one to thoroughly realise the influence which the recent splendid rains . have had upon the appearanco of the country and the miads of the land-owners generally. A few weeks ago the outlook was most unpromisiug, as there «as imminent prospect of a third dry season boiug experienced. All ia now changed, and not only have the crops and grass made a marvellous recovery, but so alt-.o has the farmer and grassier, who, instead of looking the picture of doleful despondency, now exhibit faces that beam with tho oil of gliidness. The improvement that has taken place in. regard to crops is simply marvellous.' Tho liita ruin wus so penetrating that the subBoil received a good soaking, which ad mitted a maximum benefit being con ferred on wheat crops generally with a minimum amount of dainngd to any crops that were extra heavy. The opinion generally hold is that never before hav...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC PRATINGS. [We do not in any way idenlify our selves with the opinions expressed in this column.—Ed. G.I.] MR. McGOWN'S AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 November 1898

PUBLIC PRATINGS. [ We do not in any ?u)ay*1itienhf} omselves with the opinions expressed in this column — Ld G /] MR McGOWAKa AMDfcDUENIS TO TIIK EDITOR. ' Sir, — In \il\v of the ovuwhoiming im portmce of the lederal Amend n nl« now being disclosed in Parluni'-nt, «ill jou p e mit mi, 10 trispibs on joui span, with n Mew of i\plamin,j the iiicient posit ou t6 jour minj rcadi is 1 Ib m ijr be ilimtlcd mi o\ cry hand tlint the urn of d(mocwt\ is to --fiirt thp sun lemui-y of the iiiu]ont\ , (Hlicr tbiuunli Parli imont or through Uiu Ileforccduin. 2 Under the l)r ift ( 01 Htirnt on U ll the row ] lenl I' ihuueni will be oirio ly hmitid 111 its powei» bj the teim3 of the C nititunon 1 ov, l)(inf, (limn up Ir «i I lia\eno ponpi to iltti tlit clauses of that Gonstitnli n , 01 t) piss uy let wluthia outside or contrary to their provision; 3 If it xtlcinpls to d)si, 11113 lifluidual nitizen, wl'o diaupprovvB, mny call upon tho Suprnno Court to step iu and veto, suoli IOj-is!ation. 1 Cleiilj...

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