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A CHRISTIAN ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

A CHMSTIAN ACT. Tjie humane conduct shown by Mr. and Mra. iiunt aud family, when the body of the man O'Brien — who met with bucIi a tts«ribly sad euding on Thuredav last— waa conveyed to thtir' ot special mention. When tho deceas ed was brought to iMr. Hunt's hotel, asuitable room wasiminediately placed at the disposal of the police, for the reception of the body. 'Ihe good ladies of the household were inbtiumentcl in having the body washed, and a shroud made for it, whilst a viry nice wn.uth was placed on the. coffin. It is not very often that the remains of a poor follow -without money or friends are treated with such mtrkod re pect at a hotel, and' the action referred to redounds. to tho credit of the Hunt family. ' ... ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHINING SAPPHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

THE SHINING SAPPHIRE , ? Some years ago I bad charge of a large bard wood lumber business on , tl.o west coast of Mexico. Towards the evening of « busy day, during which we had been loading one of our largo lumber. schooners with tbB aromatic cedar !o(js, two m- n rode up to ray JAcal, or t- mpor aiy house of coue and nalm leaves, on the ? bi-ach whi re I held my office as.superintendtnt. Theyhuil eomo down from the village of La Cholii, wbeiu we kept on- permanent office, upon invitation to se. . 'i..i,d the lumber vessel. One was an Englishman, a mining engineer, by the name of Pickwick, who had oharge of some gold mines not far from La ChoU ; the other a Dr. Moses, who, aB his name implies, wns a Jew. He was & man of the world, accus tomed to danger, lithe, quick-eyed, and quick witted, a fatalist, au expert in games of love and chance, generous and-friendly; his morality no^Ltho-kigJres-For'cfer ; he was a good shot, a .^— ''^good liar, a good drinker, and a good fellow....

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BONGONGOLONG FATALITY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

THE BON G0NG0L0NG FATALITY Thk man O'linen, who was gored to death at Bongongoiong, on Thurs day, wub formerly employed at the Gibraltar iniup, Adelong, as wood curter, and after the settlement of tho lute strike he waB one of the victims wlio waB retrenched. His wife und family »-t Grahamstown are in indi gent cil-cu instances, anil O'Biien thought Jie would go to Cootnmundra, see his mother and sitters, and then endeavour to get employment at har vesting. So accordingly he set out oh his journey on foot on tho 31at ult. ' But man proposes,' &c, and poor O'Brien was not destined to go further ihun Botgougolong, where he met his death in an instantaneous manner. Deceased -was somowhoie about 45 3'ea-a ot age, a splendidly built fel low, and had lived for over 30 years at Cootamundra.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

MINING. The Scottiah Gympie Mine, Q., is : to be- represented at the Grea'ter Brit^ a'n Exhibition, next year by a cake of gold weighing 1301b 12oz.. and valued at £6563 0s, whilst the Brilliant G.M. Company, Charters Towera, IB-going to aend a cake valued at £21,000 aud weighing Boraewhere over 4001b. ' , Mt. Morgan shares are now selling at £5 Is— equal to £5,050,000, for tho mine. As tho company has paid near ly £5,000,000 in dividends poor Gordon, when he. Bold hia 640 acre' freehold, contaiuihg^iiHttBB' greatest gold marvel, threw away £10,000,000. This is nearly a record miBa of that tide in tbe affairs of iJTan which-, taken, at the flood) leads to fortune. A man dies a pauper, who would huvo eclips ed a Vanderbilt or a Monte. Christei Those benolitting principally by the rise, after Mr. D'Arcy and Mr. Hall- are the Q.N. Bunk, who are letting shares go in smalt lots at ijo, wnicu u year ago were valued at £3, and two years ago ut £2 5a, and as they havo received good aiviaenu...

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 — 9 November 1898

Our Directory. BIBO, W., Ironmonger, &c, SheiiJan at'C-!t- ' -- 'T^TeRaLL, A., RoyuUlotc!- ^*»- V_- -'diin-airisei. ? ? --^uKNlSfT BKOS., general more-keepers, V.-^ Willielin-sUeU. T~\ODU and CO., goneru^Blortkc^era, J_J ShcridiiQ-streui. TTUELD asdKGLLV, Tailois, Sheriueu J Sueui. ? . GV1FFIN and Wtckee, solicitors and ufficUvit.oommiasi-nora, V\ ilhtlai-sl. Kl'tli, W. E., Aaot.ono-.r, Jitouk, Sta tion and Go'iti-dl Com. AK«mt. T OUMEi, J., lmird.cs.Ber and tubuoco ' JLj nist, Sheridan-itreet. ^ ? MAOU15N & SON, Aucth.neerr, etc. Agouu £..r Harvesting Machinery. ?VTASn W. F., Wholesale auil lie ni JN BttUhor, fahamUn-ai.r.-n. /'MiklSTON & 0KM1ST0N, Dentists, OLOMUN, . P. and 3., Storekeepers Wlholui-sirfcCt.. fpRACKV, MKS. A., dub House Hotel, X SlurUln'i-Btreot. _ 'Gundagai Independent WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1808.

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 — 9 November 1898

- .fHE PEOPLE'S PAPER . e Conducted on Democratic and ': Liberal Lines. ?; ' GUNDAGAI INDEPENDENT,' And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. C *,.' .'*? . , .-??.'' ??? ? o- ? ? ^ -r, '. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS \ *~ 'The INDEPENDENT will be run?t-n broad and liberal lines, and will « *'(f 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. ^e have made arrangements with a Leading Sydney Lady Writer to C - 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. I- ? . — _ ? _ ? . ? ; ? _ — _ — _ ? _ ? \ ? f ??'??? - f \ ' ? — ? — — ? ; ? : — ;. ?? '' pRDINARY ADYTS, : PAR ADVTS. First Inch - - 3 s One Inch or Less ~ 4s Each Additional Inch- 2s Each Addit...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORED TO DEATH. A TERRIBLE FATALITY AT BONGONGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

GORED TO 1-EATH. A TERRIBLE FATALITY AT BUjSTGOiSTGOLONG. A swAOMAir named John O'Brien was killed instantaneously by beicg gored by a cow, at the residence of Mr. John Sullivan, Bongoogoloug, on Thursday afternoon lust. It appears that O'Brien— who was on hia wcy to Cootamundra trom Ad long ? bad stopped at Mr. Sullivan's house for shelter -from the rain, and when the weather had cloared he vol unteered to assist in roping a rel'rac torv young cow, which it was pro posed to put in the bail. With that obje.ct in view, he rt-pai-ed to the yard with John Sullivan, junr., and the latter'a sister. Young Sullivan suc ceeded in roping the cow, but the rope broke. HJeceaeed said he could man age her, and look the ropo from Sulli vun. He waa in tho act of throwing tho rope at the cow, when she made a wild obarge at him, and he quickly „ ? i.inini.ilu n. nn«f. in Urn vnrfl. which he just succeeded in gutting behind, and out of the maddoned animal's way. O'lirion made another attempt to rope ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A ROW AT JOHNSON'S HILL. A LOADED GUN AND AN AXE BRANDISHED BY ONE OF THE PARTIES. "CLEAR TO H—-" "ORI'LL MAKE A FOOTBALL FO YOU" [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

A ROW AT JOHNSON'S HILL. -A LOADED GUN AtfD AN AXE ? ._.,. ? BRANDISHED ^ BY ONE OF THE PARTIES. ' OLEAK TO II ? ' ??OS IU MAKBAFJOTBALLQg YOU1 '.' ' At the Guudagui Police Court, on Monday last, John Nolan charged Mvlos Gilmurtin with unlaw.ully us ?Bftulting him, whilst ? My lea Gilrnar -tin entered a cruss action aguinst John Nbiau, and asked that he bo , ? ,i «..^_ tr, ItBPii tho neaco towards him (Gilniartin). The Btuoh decided to take both casea at one hearing, euoh party consuming to that couw. , J. Nolan deposed : 1 am a labourer -ond' roaicio at Johnson's llill; remem ber Sunday, 30th ultimo; weut fcu defendant's place between 1 and 2 o'clock, when i saw ailmartiu ; had a drink of boer with Jack Woods ; ?rait:.* i .,...1 .lanlr f.'ollin3 Wero DieB ent ? this happened just before the aa ?«muU took pUce ; I drank the beer and defendant said it would be my last ?drink ; I aeued him if. he was an noyed about the «ixpe,iee 1 owod him ; did owo him sixpence for a glat-a of rum ; ...

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 — 9 November 1898

-A NEW DEPARTMENT. .. +.x + x -|. + I I am pleased to announce to the ladies of Gundagai and district that I have made arrangements with to conduct a DRESSMAKING DEPAKTME.¥T, in conjunction with our business. MISS CLANCY comes amongst you with the very most satisfaction. A Beautiful Lot of New Materials, Silks & Trimmings of all descriptions, specially selected, now 'being opened. THE GBfflVB D^PEI^Y 7IND B68^ EgT/IBM'OTEP' OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE CASH SALE of MEN'S CLOTHING Shirts, Collars, Studs, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Suits (Tailo -made), Boots, Sox, Undershirts, Underpants and Flannels. Also in LADIES' DRAPERY, viz. Prints, Muslins, Lawns, Zephyrs, Veilings, Cash meres, Silks, Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Eibbons, Chif fons, Laces, Gloves, Mitts, Face Nets, Gossamers. All to be cleared at tho Lowest Prices ever heard of 'So Cash Offer refused, , 1 '*- 1 'DVERYONE avIio receives a copy of this p^per, or ? who chances to read ^ it7'iI'&atitred7ffee--G^-arIL '' — — charg...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALTERATION OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

ALTERATION OF MAILS. Leave Gnnd»gai railway station, 9.2a a. m ; arrive Gundagai, 9 35. Leave— Gundagai, 10.15 a.m ; South ttun dagni, 10.25 ; Adelong Cros ing, 11.15. Arrive— Grubatnatown, 12.35 ; Shepard's Town, 12.45 ; Adelong, 1.15 ; Giliiiore, 2.45 ; Tumnt, 3.S0. Leav3 Tumur, 9 45 a.m. ,? Airive— Gilmore, 10.30 ; Adelong, 11.45. Leave Adelong. 12 15 p.m. Anive — Sliephavd's Town, 1 p.m. ; Gra hamsio'in, 1.10 ; Adolimg Crossing, 2.45 ; South Gnnt1--gai, 4 ; Gundagai, 4.15. Leave (Jiu.ilagtii, 5 p.m.; arrive railway statioD, 5.15. * Leave Gundagii, 10.15 a.m. Anive— BruDgle, 12.10 p.m ; Gocup, 12 4? ; Tumut, 1.45. L'ave— Tumat, 12.15 p.m ; Gocnp, 1.15 ; Brungle, 2 15. '?' .'. Arrive Gundngai, 4 30 p.m. Gundaoai.- itdiied, printed and published by Patbick and JAMBS StJLLIVAN, s'le proprietors, at the office, Sheridan Street.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE LATE SIR HENRY PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

THE LATE SIR HENRY PARKES An excliange, which is possibly well in formed, says that the late Sir Heiwy Paikes bad an expensive thirst. His wine bill wus always a heavy item of domestic expendil lire. He very rarely entoied a hotel, aud never .was seen in a bar. An enthusia-tie new member, walking past the Oxford Hi. to) one day, titter great persuasion, prevail' a on Sir Hemy to enter and 'have a drink.' The waiter appeared. ' What will you try, Sir Henry?' asked the new member. ' What do you take ?' asked Sir Hemy, by way of reply. ' Oh, mine's always whisky.' And mine's always wine — the best champagne,' put in Parltes. ' Wh'sky and soda for me, and a small b'ttle of champagne for Sir Henry,' was the order with a sigh. ' A large bottle, ifyouplease, waieer,' corrected Sir Henry, and the uew (and economical) memler almost fiiuted when he know that a guinea was gone. He was never again guil'y of the iudi cce tionof_a-king Sir £l«ory to have a drink.

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 — 9 November 1898

POLITICAL PIPS. Mr. Rose : How can we define state tights? Can you look into the future und know wh--t is going to hnppen? Can you build up a cuiifititutiun as you make a book, a pair of boots, or a suit of clothes ? If so VUU WUU1M UK lflJg£lULU j UUL » UUU3U1 U« lllfll ? must adapt iisolf to surroundings (ind pb-; tentinlities of the future, of which we know^ noihiiig. Therefore I hold that you have no right to-dny to handicap your grandchil dren, to put iroa fetters and manuctea round them indie fu'uiv, anil tell them that they thall iii.t niter a certain tiling, or make tlio federal area any larger, because their grand fa1 hers in d.-ys gone by had different opini ons. Let us have freo play ; let the future have e. show. Mr. Rose : Does any hon. member who lias expressed so much lip democracy think for a moment that tlie next cunvenrion is going to trent seriously any resolutions which Were not submitted lo the people of New South Wales, by either Mr. Huid or Mr. Barton? It is f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FIERCE ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

A FIERCE ENCOUNTER. A Bauvos Kiver correspondent of the ' Maioeba Herald' sends that paper a description of a fight between (i dog and a cat, which stfrves to illus trate the ferocity of pussy in her wild state. lie says : — ' un tuo nigut or Tuesday, tho 4th instant; hoarinj; tho .dog bnrking, and something making 11 poculiur noise, I hurried down to tho fowl-house, and found that the dog hnd a largo cat at buy. When I iip poarod ou the sceno, they c,iine to clcso quarters, and u desperate battle onsuid, lusting nearly fifteen niii.uteB. It endod in the dofeat of tho cat; but I hud to lmoek its Lead aga'n-t a post povoral timoB, boforo it (innlly -gave up tho gbopt It wni, -a \.-ry lui^'(- f-neuim n of the nalivj Ci't , in £»£',., 4' the largest 1 had ever met with. It commoiily known in these parts bb the Tiger Cut. This animal measured 3ft. lin, from the nose to the tip of the tail, 21in. long without the tail, and 9&in. high. The skin was very much torn about, and utterl...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BISHOP AND HIS BILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

A BISHOP AND HIS BILLY. A companion of the Bishop of Eock hampton on one of his bufh tours, writes : — ' I hope it ia not unseemly, but I did long to have been able to send you a snapshot of the bishop boiling the billj-. Of course, he wouldn't trust a miserable new chum in YrtulrA n five* \Xr\ nllnrond tyiq 4 rt fetch the water and bring a twig now and then ; but he himself attended to the important matter of the billy, and, with a good deal of awe and adtbira tion, I watched my bishop in a short coat and white hat tied on one side with a bootlace and on the other with a pieen of string ; blue stun glasses to proteot his eyes, in his hands a toma hawk, chopping down trees and makinghis fire, stirring hia tea with a piice of old dried stick, and hoisting the billy off the blazo with a bit of bent wiro. It was all primitive, certainly,' adds the writer, '' and, I oxDOL-t. apostolic too.' Of the same bishop, who is a man of commanding presence — he is 6ff. 2in. in height — a good stor...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

/TEN1TIS MATCH. On Saturday afternoon last, tho Five Mile and Bongongolohg tennis clubTr~decided-~ Nyy-eniacy on the for mer's court, victory resting -?v7i-*fe.-t-has.-__ Bongongolong rep's. Only a couple of hours' play was indulged in, the match' not starting until late, and the result can narruy Da tauen as a rair criterion of the olub's respective mer its. Ihe teams expect to meet again shortly, when thjj£ive Mile — who on. this occasion -wffllyvyithout the ser vices of their boBt^playttr — will make a big effort to regain their lost laurels. The results were : — '.; ; Grubb nnd Butt (B) lost to Moore and Walton (P.M.), 3-6! \ft \j\JXll ??'{£? tlJ^u uuu Jjtiai j uwi»w mi McAlister nuu Sullivan, 6 — 3. Hmidt »nd C. CuUingridge beat J. McAlister and Waltor, 6—3. Grubb and But,*, beat H. McAliater nnd Sullivan, 0—3. Leary and Collingrirfge lost to HcAlister aarl Walton, 5—6. Hundt end C. Collingridge beat Moore and Walton, 6—2. Totals— Bongnngolong, 4 seta 32 garni s; Five Mile, 2 S...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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AN INDIAN CHARGES A WOMAN WITH USING BAD LANGUAGE TOWARDS HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

AN INDIAN OHABGEe A WOMAN WITH USING BAD LANGUAGE TOWARDS HIM. A -rv \Bn own, a married woman, &p- peaied before the Gundagai Police Court, on Monday, charged with using inBulting language to one Hnzara Sing on Gundagai-Brunglo road, on the 17 ih ultimo. * JVlr. Griffin appeared for the prosecu tion, whilst Mr. Crowe represented the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Hazara Singh, aa Indian hawker, de noaetl : I know the defendant, who liviaat Brungle ; was oomiug along the. Gunda»ai-Tumut road, by the Brungle track on the 17th October ; one or my countrymen wus with me and he asked defendant something ; was looking for my horse, and Mra. Brown called me ; Bhe was going to milk at the. time ; her daughter is marriod to an Indian ; she eaid to mo, ' What for,.you b ? ? b— — b — , nn.. —11 *!«*» *-!.tin nmt* «*mii* liftwoa liacn .' J'UU Ull WHO billlO gvu j vu*. .iv/adc **w.« , she waB on the public road when she made use of the language, and repeat ed the words two or ihree t...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

A NEW BUTCHER. Mr. Nash, of. Cootamumlra, has purchased the. b'utcheriDg . business lately carried on by Mr. Lynch in Sheridan-street. Mr, Nash is go ing to keep up tho good reputa tion he made for himself in Coota. as a purveyor oi me very uubl kind of beof and mutton, whilst tho wants of his patronp in the small goods line will be catered fur in season. Mr. Na»h, we might mention, served his time at Buttel's groat butchering establishment in Ca^loreagh-street, Sydney. In the years lS8G and and 1867 Mr. Nash took first prize at ('Wamundra Show for boat collection of beef, mucton. &c.,and theexhibifche showed on those occasions elicited the warmest commendation frum1 people who saw it, including Mr. Quong Tart, who is quite a connoisseur in that line, nnd who pronounced Mr. Nash's ex hibit capable of winning Grat prize at any exhibition in the world.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ASSAULT CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

ASSAULT CASE. XESTKUDAI morning An ouu ugaui appeared at the Gumlagai Police Court to answer a charge of unlawful assault preferred against him by Ah Tong. The two Chinese had an altercation at the Chinese Gardens on tbe 30th October, and in the row, Ah Tong had his arm broken. Dr. Gabriel's evidence ahowed that Ah Tour was suffering from two fracturea of the bone uf tho left fore arm, and the injutiea might prevent him from following his occupation aa a (.-anloner. A largo quantity of evidence was taken, and accused was committed to stand his trial at Gun dagai Quarter Sessions on December 1st1 next. Bail allowed, self, £100, and two sureties, £50 aach.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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JUGIONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

JUGIONG. A coiuiespondent from JngioDg. writes : — ' Everything out this way is looking splendid, especially the crops, and goo;l yields ore expected. Tho gale, which visited us on the matters somewhat. Luckily the storm was rather limited in its sphere. At the police station 4cwt. of leaden guttering, etc., wob torn off the roof and 'carried some yards, while the groater part of the fenoing at the. same place was blown down. The stableB of O'Mara'a Hotel suffered considerably, the storm rait sing tho hostelry itself. The C.E. Churoh had a narrow escape ; the etorm only struck the end of the porch, which it damaged slightly, but a. large tree close by was torn clean out by the roots. Another such occurrence ia by no means eagerly looked for. — The Independent iB still increasing in popularity in thia part, and all wish it every succeBB.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASHTON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 9 November 1898

ASHTON'S CIRCUS., On Friday evening last, abuiou s Circus opened in Gundagai to a crowd ed ' house.' The combination is still as strong as evir, and the plaudits bo*tov*ed by tho assemblage on tho' various items oallitig for special praise fully testified that the performance gaVG euVIlo btmiaiti^ii'*'-''* *«.*««.-. - — — ten BroB. gave a very clover exhibition of bareback riding. Alias Lau'a equestrieniieship wua excellent, and it is doubtful if thia young lady has a compeer as an all round artiste in the arena. Her contribution on tho trapeze with Miss Ethel Ashton, a woo dot of 10 summers, was very heat and grueo ful. Tho various other items wero ull cnpifally done, whilst tho .pourlroyul of the dummy by Mr. G'torge Kidgo wnv, was far above anything seen here in t'hut Ino before, 'i'liu company per formed agbiu on Saturday night, when $$&£?' '&-' a very fair attendance greeted them. We can safely recommend the show as a good one, and much above the ordi nary run o...

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