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A Solemn Admonition to the Debilitated. DR. GRO. FRED, THOMAS, Licontiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London, 1864. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
A Solemn Admonition to the /7 Debilitated. *-j DR. GKO. FRED. TflOJUS, Licontiate oyilie Boyal College of Physicians, London, 16S4. Member of the Royal Collage of Surgeona^jondon, 1869, / May be confidentially consulted eith/r personally or by letter, containing a fee of £1, in/all cuseB wheu 'he eniMBtance of a pi yiician -» necessary— but espe cially in those ariaing from nn early abuse of the laws of nature, resulting in the Ions of prooreaiivo power, or impotenoe through the debilitated oonHition of the organs of generation, ntrvousneiis, flushing, ex hausting nocturnal emissions, impaired memory, want of energy, avoidance of society, eruptions of the skin, rheumatic pains, ulrarations of the mouth and throat, ln«» t»f the hair, sores on the head, en largement of the glands, and * vitiated condition of the hlood and aeoretions. Dr Thomas would impress upon the minds of the public that he is tho only legally qualified physician and surgeon who advertises to euro diseases of this ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING AT GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING AT GVNDAUAI. Pdhstjant to notico a vestry meeting was held in St. John's Church,- on Tuesday evening, to consider the proposals made in a letter from the Bishop of Goulburn, and to draw up a memorial to invite the Rev. D.- P. M. Hulbert to contiuue his ministrations in the town and district of Gnndagai. There was a n-iod attendance, but with 'the exception of Jugiong the outlying communities wore unrepresented. Mr. J. B. Elworthy was called to the.chair. , . The minutes of the former meeting having been read and confirmed, The Chairman read a letter from the Bishop of Gimlburn, in which his Lordship stated that assuming the just claims of the Rev. H. S. Seaborn would be met/he desired to intimate that if the ttev. D. P. M. Hulbert was willing to remain jn Gnndagai, and the congregation of St. John's would nominate him as their pastor he would license him to the cure. He also read a letter from Mr. Hulbort stating that he was unable to attend the meeting. Th...
A Warning!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
O' A Warning!!! ' DO you suffer from,' physical innipaoit/f Are you-Miflbrine from nervous debilit/P Have you been the quilt? victim of any noerot/vioe P Do you Buffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or loaa to tlio following s— A protty fair/condition ol health, not yet positively ill, but u fueling upon you tlint you nre not quitrt right | amulaisi- ; a tondenct io uesponcioncy | a augnt oooonionul lost or memory ; (omotiines a weakno«i aoroie the email or tho back and loins; on wukLig a fooling a- if unrefrushed ; a goneral deprennfoni a want of pmok, as it vroroi loss desire for business than formerly, and you are troubled with a cortain fooling of nervousness, a lost of power. If you are to be warned in time, you hare now the means and opportunity of bring restored to. health It is at tbis stugo that your dismsc, by a timely application of remedies and regimon, can be eradicated, and your RyBtem invigorated, ~ your manhood restored to that state that you may and onn ful...
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
[POLICE COURT3. aUNDAGAI. Saturday, November 7th. — Before tho Polico Magistrate. Patrick Huhly was fined 10s. for being drunk and disorderly in Sheridan-street on the previous evening. Tuesday, November 10th.— Before H. Hayes, J. B. Elworthy, & J. Pring, Esqs., J.P's. Jo'sEPn Ryan was summoned by Mary Archer for hurting her little boy. It appeared that both boys attended Mr. Sullivan's school, and that during dinner recess Ryan, who was carrying the other little boy on his back either bucked him off or let him fall. The bench considered the schoolmaster was the proper person to bring such complaints before, and dismissed the charge. Mion.vEL O'Sullivan v. Henry Jenkins. Plaintiff, who is a miner working at Emu reef, Kimo, summoned defendant for £43 11s. 4d., wages, which ho alleged to be due to him. Mr. Perkins, who was for defendant, urged that the case did not come under the Master and Servaut's Act, but the Bench entertained a different opinion. Plaintiff stated that he ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
MISCELLANEOUS. The Weather Abroad. — A great Reignfall is shortly expected in Spain. Why is a rooster standing on a fence like a silver half-dollar? — Because it is head on one side and' tail on the other. Pudding it Plainly. — Why is a promising cricketer, like flour and eggs 3 — Because beV calculated to make a good batter. If an elephant can. travel eight miles an hour, and carry his trunk, how fast could he' go if he had a little page to carry it for him.: A certain little damsel, being aggravated' beyond endurance by her big brother, plumped down upon her knees and cried : — 'Oh, Lord I: bless my brother Tom ! He lies, he steals, he swears; all boys do ; us girls don't; Amen 1' Letting him down Gently. — Podgers: ' D'ye see the lovely creature I danced last galop .with}' . Smith— 'O yes— know. her very well. Married to a confoundedly jealons fellow, who insists npon her dancing with the plainest men in the room.' ' ' I'm afloat I I'm afloat I' screamed a young lady of powerful ...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
news or this week. The baking sultry heat we have for many days experienced iu Gnnd.igai was sensibly mitigated on Wednesday night by a wind storm, accompanied by thunder and brief though heavy showers. Next day we seemed to have gone back into winter again, the atmosphere being absolutely chilly, the sky covered with grey clouds, and the wind high and sharp. Tho desired rain did not, how ever, fall, and on Friday, although the air was cool and there was a pleasant breeze, the sun shone out brightly in a clear blue sky. Tumut, we learn from our correspondent, was also visited with a thunder storm and some seasonable rain on Wednesday night, and there also the weather was so cold on Thursday that winter clothing had been resumed by the residents. On Monday evening the reading room of the Guudngai Literary Institute was openol in tho Court-house. Ample provision had been roado for the accommodation of all members, and a goodly .-supply of serials of the better class and journals furni...
WHY THE REV. CYPRIAN CHASUBLE LEFT THE MODERN BALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
WHY THE REV. CYPRIAN CHASUBLE LEFT THE MODERN BALE. By Peter Possum. (From the S M. Herald.) A dozen years ago the Modern Baiaa was a mere rural seaside-parish, known (so far as it was known at all) as Little Onions, and con taining simply a few farmsteads, labourer's cottages, and fisherman's hovels, chiefly constructed of superannuated nshing-boat3, a handsome old church, a martello tower, aud a coastguard station. The loneliness of its long, level beach would have been almost utterly unbroken had it not been for gipsy parties, which come over from the nearest town — perhaps six times in the year. It chanced, however, that a pushing auctioneer and land-agent from London, in quest of a new speculation, was one fine- day a member of one of those gipsy parties. As he lolled after dinner on one of the shore's warm sand hills, in a state of vinous satisfaction with him self and the world at large, smoking his cigar, and dreamily listening to the sighing of the sedge and the plashing of...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
TO OOBSESP WDSNTS. EliNDIU — Tho bundle of apert for Ifi»n-lr« wo« poslod and dwoatohed rom Gundneni «s nitHl Bnfl, unleii mia-ient rom, 't overlooked «' . Tumul,wnha»e 110 i en of iti wlnrmbouta. To preTent'diinpnoint lent we hare now po»tcd mother lot, whioh fo tnnately wo nappenea m We are inundated with o mplnlnti of »uti«oriber' fepm nil qnsrtnr« a milt the irrcuulnrity of thfir jmperj. We like oare th»t meh ono ? panfr is reouWlj- loiterl herf, after trhicn our rttponnbility cea n. It i- very nnnoyiiig to lieur io many conn aint», hut still mure so to find Ibat the eiil ia n t remedied.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
None, we think, will deny that these colonies ?would be benefited by an influx of immigrants of the right class, if we could secure them. It is decidedly undesirable that those who cannot succeed in their own land — the idle, incompe tent, ignorant, or vicious — should be landed on these shores, as rubbish is shot on waste ground. Let those remain where they have been reared and cumber the earth . there. Those whom we require, and would gladly welcome, are small capitalists of the agricul tural class, or steady, intelligent mechanics ; men who cin hold their places in their own country, but who seek a speedier mode of obtaining competency than Europe affords for them ; who wish to settle with their families on their own land, and to give their children a fairer chance of succeeding in life than they cciild calculate on securing for them in the crowded centres of the old world. To rare ?ability and energy Britain offers grand prizes, but the competitors are very numerous, the contest...
TUMUT DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH. (Before Mr. Deputy-judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
TUMUT DISTRICT COURT. Saturday, November 7th. (Before Mr. Deputy-judge Wilkinson.) Thbough the illness of Judge Francis, tliis court was opened by W. H. Wilkinson, Esq., barrister. The legal gentlemen present were Messrs. Forbes, Robertson, and PerkinB. Most of the cases were either confessed, or .settled out of. court. The following came ba iJtore his Honor for adjudication :r— H. HAYES II. P. KEEFE, This case which was adjourned from last ' sittings on account of non-service of summons, was for the same reason adjourned until next sittings. A. WATSON V. J. COLLINS. Goods soid and delivered, £19 3s. The de fendant did not appear. Verdict for amount with costs. Mr Robertson for plaintiff. JOHN HANLEY V. W. E. AUSTIN. . Amount of a pro. note, £13 Is. Id. The defendant did not appear. Verdict for amount ' with costs. Mr Robertson for plaintiff. B. A. NEWMAN 0. J. M'GREQOB. Amount of a pro. note, .£49 15s. 6d. The defendant did not appear. Verdict for amount with costs. Mr Robertson fo...
POETRY. ONE YEAR AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
^s^^ ONE YEAR AGO. [Bt tii a Late Ada Mmnr.iw.1 In freting I was but a child, When first we tret— one year ago, Ai free and guileless as the bird, - That roami the dream; woodlani thronjb. **? My heart was all * pleasant world Of atnbeama dewed with April tears | IiKe'a brightest pane wai turned to me, ? And naught I read of doubts or fean. We met— we loved— one year ago, Beneath the atari of summer skies i .' .Alas! I knew not thpn, aa now, Tho darkness of life's mysteries: Tou took my hand— one year ago, Beneath the azure dome above, .. And gating on the atara you told ' . The trembling story of your lore, . I gave lo you— one year ago, The only jewel that was mine j My heart took off her lonely crown, V And all her ; riches gave to thine. Ton loved me, tos, when first we met, . ? Your tender kisses told me so. How changed you are from what you were In life and lore — one year ago. With mocking words and cold negleot, My truth and passion are repaid, ?'? And of a soul, once fresh ...
[F. S. COHEN AND CO'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
[P. S. COUBN AKD OD'fl BBPOttT.] Fnt. Cuttle. — In nnnaeqi tnee of the Ivge nnmhara nf fat atonk lately am , t.i 'hi. and the Svdney market, nrlme cattle h re reonded filllv 25«. nor head, hut with th» nreS' it prnapect of dry weather there ia no dotihl that I ie. prinn will inrreafe. We -nl-) thin -'-»V a in ill draff on aoooHnt of Mr. Hurttlatf6 6- Bl,. -til a amall moh of stern in enod condition at. £3 1I«. W« quote best bullock' £6 6-., to £6 As. ; med urn £4 5s. to £5. S'ore Cattle.— Althc ugh 200 or 300 head have lalnlr b?«n lent hew, still the demand for wall hrad' cattle of a godd fattening description ia unabated. A« half thntoiddncka in thin district aro ?till unatneked, we could easily plane 300 or 400 ennrf framed naltln *t i intalions— all bailouts 60s. to 70- .rqilai sexea 60-. Tin 58-. Fat 8'ieep. — Nrnie hive heen yarded thia weeV, hut gnnd primK wether* shorn are worth from 8a. to 7s., according tm weight and q-u1itv. Store «he'p.— No aajes to rntinrr, nor do we inr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
/ Waited / mjIRKTi! FIRST OL«3 WADDtB HANDS. A. None but good hand! need a piily. ' . I Wit. MoCOOK, I Gnndngai. p Wanted ^ niVTRlOTOR with THVM3 to put iTTTnbTiit \) Fifteen Mile, of BltUsH »n.l t.')3 FKSC'IXU *-n *l'o 'ma hit' XI «*r»*t;lrt. A.d -ly to TitOM IS GARLAND, Toom», Tumb*rumb*. ^fcVagga Wag; a Figeoa CK* -YI7-ANTS PtOIfW i any q.wntitv. 2.. fftfper -T pair will he give . For information uppl? A. ARMSTRONG, (P For Sale, Cheap, 2— \PUNT 22 feet Ion;, 4 feet 6 inrhrs wide, and 2 ft et deep | will onrry 6 ton*. \ pply to BAILUB k OrTALDKR. Bridge. Works. For Sale cheap, at Kino Saw 0 Mills, Of THE beat quality nf SAWN TIMBER for Build, ing and other purposes. . Apply-to BAILLIE4 0HAT.DRR, ,... Guudagai, RriMgn Work., Or at tho -aw Mill. / .M/k / C% *jIarish]roa.d. ' PXRI^H ROtD from tjie north-wait corner of J. MuAliater'a land, Jllotraont 17. section 18, in the town nf Oundagai, tt- Ihe south boundary nl P. and M. Gormhy's land, (allotment 13, section 4 I -nning a part of ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
TO THE EDITOB. PlR._My mild pioteat anainat anh-'rintions for Mr. 8 'aborn's fund being indiscriminately tolioited aeema to ham given, riire oflWe'lo Mr.' J. O. KyaM. who launches all tho angry adject ires and would-hs smthing *area»ms he con muatf r at my ilrroled head . Having abuaed m« according to hia ability, he aud dnnly, towards the end nf his epiatlr, aaaumes a high moral tone and comminds me to take irore oharitao'le view*. I will be charitable. I will suppose that Mr. Brail, vntwiiif the qiimiinn from his own stand point, til., that St. John's congregation owe Mr. 'eaborn stipend, is too mnnt'illy obtu'e to see thai it is mean and indecent for a religious body so numeioua and well. to do as the Anglicans of thia di-triDtto«klheir Wetletan, Woman C.tholio, or Presbyterian neighbours to help thnm to pay this debt. I will »iur that Mr. Ryall's perceptions are not flue enough to enable him to distinguish between * contribution voluntarily ten lernd ami one given when a-kotl fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
Lord Burghley, eldest son of the Marquis of Exeter, visited Goulburn last week, and was the guest of Bishop Thomas. He returns to England by the Suez mail steamer, . A fine of £100, with the alternative of six months' imprisonment, was last.weelc imposed by.'the City Police Court Bench, 'Melbourne, on John Bcauchamp, late operator in the establishment of a photographer in Molbntirno, for having photograph negatives of an-indecent aud disgusting' character iu his possession. The ' Burrangong Argus ' records a case in which the proprietor of a crushing machine at Grenfell was actually mean enough to-bbject to pay agirl aged thirteen 35s. due for seven weeks' wagea on tho , ground .thAt a weekly servant could not by law obtain more . than one week's wages. -The Bench ? ordered pay ment of the amount churned and professional costs, or 14- days' imprisonment. r On Friday week the stores of Messrs. Eckroyd and Co., Flinders-lane,- Melbourne,, on being opened for business were discovered t...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
QOULBURN, Flour, fine, per ton,£16 to £17r»( Hay ditto, £3 Via to £4 — ^ 4J I** Wheat, per buahel, 6s 9d ? \ Oata per bushel 4s 6d ? ' Maize ditto, 3s to 8s 3d Cheese per lb 4d ? \ Bucon per lb 3d tn4J, . l«-\ Potatoes, per owt.%) 6d .? S \ '*' Onion's per ib 2d *
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
WAQGJ. JFAGSA. Flour, fine, per tin, £15 Oata, per bushel, 7s 6d Maize, ditto 6s :- Wheat, ditto, 5s 6d Potatoes, per owt 10j Hay, por ton, £5 to £6