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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
ADELONQ. (FROM OUB CORRKSPONDBHT.) November 12th. — Our hills are rapidly assuming their parched, yellow snmmer aspect under the influence of the dry sultry weather that has prevailed since last I wrote, and in some places the grass is quite destroyed, owing to our late spring not allowing it time to gain sufficient strength to withstand hot weather. On Friday last our town was aroused from its ordinary quiescence by the Odd Fellows' procession. A good number of Brothers from all- part* joined it, an-i the fine band of music, banners flying, (fee, made it quite a brilliant .R.pectacle. Tnebtill in tho evening, held in the Odd Fellows' Hall, was a great success. Upwards of 100 persons dancod on upwards of 1000 .'light fantastic toes,' sup posing each to. have the full compliment, till 6 a.in., on Saturday, when all retired to their ' tomes much satisfied with their night's enjoy ment. ' According to advertisement a meeting was held at Mr. C. Shaw's Adelong Hotel, on - Mnndiiv evflnin...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
srvirjir. ' Flour, fine, per ton, £14 to £18 Wheat, per bushel 6s to 7s Maize ditto, 3-3 i Oats ditto, Ss Ot Bran per bushel Is 4d Potatoes, per ton £5 Hay, ditto, £8 to £1
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
ALBUST. Flour, fine, por ton,. £17 to £18 Hay, ditto, £1. to £1 10 j Whoat, per buahel, 6s to 6» 9i Bran, ditto, Is. Maize, ditto, 4s 6d to 6s Oata, ditto, 4s' PotatoM, per ton, £3 to £10
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
Tfjlty $nnh$ti Uttttfs ZS o Weekly Nemtpaper pullhhed etwy Saturday morning at the office, S/ieridan itreet,Qundagai~, and forwarded ay that day's mails to various parts of the colony, TEBlISi S UBSCRIPTIO X 7s C,d p'er.quarter,,. or JsKdleis if paid iii advance— that is'if patiiany time within th» first munth of the quarter,- but'- Subicribefi' who require their papers posted ivill be, charged U. per quarter extra for postage. Subscribers are chargsd only from the time of , commencing. \ The quarters end on the Slst March, 30M June, Wth September, and 31 si December, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving one week's previous notice in writing direct to tho office, aid not otherwise, and paying^ th* amount due to the eti of the current quarters but new subscribers will it r«» ceived at any time, and charged ftbiti the period ai which they commence, ? .''? ?' :; ' ','? ? ADVERTISEXBSTS Kill U reainipp'to.i o'clock on FRIDAY evenings, and ars charged fbr at the follo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
THE GUNDAGAI TIMES, General Printing Office, .SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAL %U. B. EL WORTHY, QEfJJpAl. LETTER.PRESS PRINTER, H-A8reoentiyto«aoeltenilTe and varied additions tohitpmfetuly large and well-assorted (took of PLAIHf AHD FAHCY TYPE mnd it now in a position, to execute any descrip tion of iritn which he may be. ftvoprcJ-wiMti mMt to him '' '«olf and tatisfaotion to bit patrons. Bill-head* Beceipt Book* Hand-bill* Oarrisn* way bill* . Foit«n Pamphlet* Promissory Note Boob Law Forms . Bnsinet* Cuds . Circulars Invitation Cud* ' Programme! - Label* Delivery Books, tc., 4o,, &o., Printed with taste and expedition. BLACK, RED, BLUE, GREEN AND BROWN INKS ON HAND, Alio White and Coloured Papon, Gold Bronie, and many other utioles requisite in a large office for PLAIN AND FANCY HUNTING. %x& af JtW $ati& Jfea. Adelong & Gundagai Branches TNTBBEST AHOVBB ON FIXED DEPOSITS, For S months, at the rite of 2 per oent. per annum. ? n » 8 ii » M H » * ii Bills D...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
TUMUT. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; November 12th. — Monday being' he Birth- day of the Prince of Wales was kept as a public holiday. All our business establish- ments being closed the various employees cheerfully slipped harness for a day, and recreated themselves as best they could, Not withstanding the heat of the weather an amateur cricket match was organised and entered into with rare zest, Mr. J. Jennings acting as umpire. The following were the scores made by the contending sides : — J.-Weeden--6.i._ ___ Slattery ... .... 7 &nbsp; Jas. Madigan, not out 2 T. Taylor, not out ... 49 &nbsp; E. Fitzgerald ... 9 J Desland ...... 32 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J. T.V.Walker ,.; 2 R. Dear ... 0 &nbsp; M. McNamara ...... 2 T. Goodricke ... 0 21 88 On Monday evening the Tumut Literary Society held a full rehearsal of their proposed entertainment at Simpson's Assembly Rooms. The performers appear to have well studied their several par...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
TV3IVT.; , ,'? ; Flour. fino-- per ton seib.to;£14-i .-.—. . E.tto seconds ditto£ld to JB12 . '-. ' .- ' .' WliekVporbu)ael;.4a!6d'.to'6i '':.'' ? Bran1, 'ditto Is '? ' ? ?'?'?; ??? '' ;i ; : ?*? Potatoes, ecarcor , ' ?.''*..? .''. .. ? .Oat.B ;por busho'ir 4sj. ;.: ? '; .*':;; .'. ,.:' ? 'Muizo per bushol-2) Cd (in oob) ? ..-..' Hay por ton £3 ? - ' ' '. ? Butter (fresh) V »- 6d no demand ' ' JSggs.por dozen 4d' ' ' ?.'-.' ',Baoon yib 6d ? .' Onions, por lb. ?'' ? „'? ' Bread 21b loaf 4d (retail) .'.:'?'?'
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
WHOLESALE PRICES GURKENT.. ' ??'?.!?? 'tUHis««l!BlB?*86B. ?'?'- r. ir.ir.'..: j^ [The 'following Prices Currenl'a(rvorrto'tJll,yiiery aeik from the latest papers to.hatlil.^Ed.j '''' ' '? * : ' -. ' MUNDAeAl/.,:''-:'::ii-i:.:'\ ? Flour, (fine) pec toil jll'.tq £ 14 10a ?? ' ' : ? , ; ' Wheat, per uuiliol, 3s 6d to 3s 9.1 ? , . ?-' , :lbiio,. ditto 3s to3s6d '.'..'.'' ?' . ' ', 'Outs, ditto, 4j lo 4s 3d ?'.... ' 1 ?'- Bran, ditto, la ?? ' ??'-..??-.. ''; '.Potatoes', per ton £5 to SB (scuroo) . ; , ? ' ? Hay, per ton, £3 : . ; .[,- '.',.' ?' . ?? . Butter freah 8d per lb '. .'c.''; ,; ? , , ' JUaeo/i 6 il per lb . ' ' ; . ,_' ''.',',.., ?,'..., ' ? HgtJB per dozen 8J - ??'?? '?? J ''?-'?' ? ' : ' Onions per lb Sd ^ V. r - ! ?' ''- H'-'Ki ' ??' -: : Bread 21b loaf. 5d (retail) ,:.:?: v, v':f.:i::-...
A Solemn Admonition to the Debilitated. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
A Solemn Admoiution to th§ /? Debilitated. -r~ DR. GtKO. FRED. THOMAS, Licentiate of the lioyol Collono of Physicians, London, 18M. Member of tho Royal Collage of. Surgoons, London, ? ? . ? : 1859, ' May be confidentially consulted either personally or by letter, conluiuiiig a fee of £1, in all discs when Hie assietanca of a pi ysicidn' -» necessary— but ospo- . dally in those arising from an early abuse 'or the Iiiwb of naturo, resulting in the loss of procroaiivo power, or. nnpotonco. through tho dobilitutod condition of the organs of generation, nervousness, flushing, ex hausting ..nocturnal, ouiidtuons, itnpuircd memory n-nnt* of energy; avoidance of society, eruptions of tho skin, rhoumat in pains, ulce'rationa' nf tlioinoulh and throat,' loss ol ?tho hair, sores on the head, on largqinont of tho glands, und avitiatod conditionjof tho blood' a'li'dJecrctioriB.' ' ' ' . ? Dr Tliomai-wouldiimpress- upon. tho minds of the (?iiblio that he is tlio'only,logally qualified physician a...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
LATEST FROM SYDNEV. The cases of Randle.y. Jones, and of Roes v. Jones, have been settled. In the first defen dant, who is Commirsioner for Railways and Public Works, in Victoria, has apologised ; in the second, in which Recs sued defendant for libel in the Supreme Court, Molbourne, the jury found a verdict for defendant on the first count, and for plaintiff, damages £10, on the second count. This substantially carries plaintiff's costs, which are considerable. At Tuena, James Bright has been com mitted for trial for the murder of his step father, Thomas Moss, by kicking him. At the second trial, in the Supremo Court Melbourne, of the Bank of Tasmania v. the Bank of Victoria, the jury were discharged without coming to a verdict.
A PROTESTANT QUADRUPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
A PROTESTANT QUADRUPED. Paddy Murphy, and luVwifo .Bridget, after many years of, hard labour in' ditching and washing, had accuniuiated a sufficiency besides, supporting' '.themselves..' and.''rthe. childer,'.to' purchase V cow (of cofirse/'they had' pigs)',1 which they did; at the first ' opportunity. '. As it' was ? bought! df 'a ' Protestant noighbour,. Paddy stopped on. his way 'hpnio at thp^hp.iisp of the priest 'and procured' (i , bottle of. holy water with which' to exorcise' the' false j .'faith' out of her.' . ' Isn't sho''a foine. creature ?' asked Pat of the adiniriiig Bridget.:. 'Jest hould her. till I fix. tlio'shed.' .' To save the precious fluid from. harm.he.tpok.it. into the house and set it up in a cupboard until he had ' fixed ' things ; then ho returned and brought the bottle out again, and while Bridget waB holding tho rope, proceeded to pour it on the cow's back. But poor Paddy had inado a slight mistake. Standing within the same closet was a bottle of aquafort...
SYDNEY, Friday 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
SYDNEY, Friday 4 p.m. . [by electric teleqbaph.] The news from New Zealand is disastrous. The Maorics who recently escaped from the Catham Islands have surprised the settlers at Mattewherowhero. Thirty Europeans, includ ing women and children, were butchered by these ruthless savages. Major Briggs, Captain Wilson, and Lieutenant Walsh were thus massacred, besides twenty friendly natives. The women's bodies were burned and their [remains wer^ thrown to tho pigs. . ' Friday, 6 p.m. Mr. Forstcr has been returned for the Hastings unopposed. ? All the Ministry are now re-elected. Mr. George Milncr Stephen, barrister, will probably be a candidate for Central Cumber berland, vacant by tho retirement of Mr. Macpherson. The Premier returned from the Clarence yesterday. The report that Sir Alfred Stephen will retire from the Chief Justiceship in favour of Sir William Manning is untrue.
VERY STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
VERY STRONG. Some Canadian gentlemen, ? among whom was my informant; wore trying feats of strength and activity on the bank of a river a few yards in width. Amongst the number was a Yankee, a raw, green-looking Down-Easter. For a genuine Down-East Yankee looks as simplo and innocent as a young pigeon. He :affectod, however, to despise the offorts of the Canadians, ? arid laughed at -their 'feats of strength. ' Down our way,' he said, 'we kin whip all creation ' for' strength. Yew think yew are pumpkins. Our boys down to hum could beat yew all to sticks.'. iTho Canadians pretended to bo much amused at his boasting, and. at lost asked him what ho could. do. ?Wai,'- said he, 'I'll bet you fifty dollars 111 throw any one of you right slick over this water.'' f Ha, ha I' lauehed the others. ? 'Ikin doit; I'll bet,' replied the Yankee. ''Como on then,' said one .of them, ' we'll stake the money.' This was done, and the man who had made the bet offered himself for .the ven ture. 'Will you ...
WAGGA WAGGA RACES. WAGGA WAGGA, Wednesday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
WAGGA WAGGA RACES. Wagga Wacga, Wednesday, 9 p.m. The races commenced to day, and the result was as follows : — Trial Stakes — four entries, won by Free holder. Town Plato Handicap — ten entries, won by Costonea, carrying 6st. 101b. ; Antelope 2nd. Members' Cup — four entries, won by Jerry Sneak ; Young Martin 2nd. St. Legor — three entries, won by Valentine ; Laurel 2nd. Thursday, 0 p.m. Novel Race — four-, entries, won by Easy John. Grand Stand Handicap — ten entries, won by Antelope. Squatters' Purse — five entries, won by Australian. Prince of Wales Stakes — seven entries, won by Shamrock. Friday, 8 p.m. Hurdle Race — four entries, won by Abelard. Ten Mile Race — twelve entries, won by Australian ; Comet 2nd ; Riverina 3rd ; time 23 minutes, 35 seconds. Trotting Match— four entries, won by Rich mond. ','
"TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS." TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
'TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS.' TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. nEItAED. Sik, — In your issue of November 2nd, two things have caught my eye. One article con cerns Rev. Dr. Vaughah, on the separation of the Church of England from its alliance with the state Imperial ; and the other, tho prohi bition of tho religion which is professed by Christians in general, by Imperial mandate of the Sovereign of Japan. Viewing these two articles as they stand in your columns, and recalling to' my mind the excitement produced by some ten thousand copies of the volume by Rev. Baptist Noel, on the separation of Church arid Stato in Eng land — when printed some twenty years ago — I cannot butgthink that Christianity is rapidly about to be placed upon 'iits trial and on its merits ; that all the nations may soon be able to determine whether State, countenance' or Legislative support^-in courts of law sanc tioned by the State — are ' swaddling clothes ' for the preservation of its corporation, o...
PASTORAL SHOW AT WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
rASTORAL SHOW AT WAGGA WAGGA. The Murrnmbidgeo Pastoral Association's fourth,exhibition was held at Wagga Wagga on Tuesday last, and was, the local papers state, a decided success. It was well attended not alone by squatters and those interested in pastoral pursuits, but by the general public. The show of cattle and horse stock was with some brilliant exceptions, rather lower in general standard than that of last exhibition, but both as regards number and quality that of sheep surpassed any previous year since tho establishment of the association. Referring to tho list of prizes published by our contemporaries we find that in the horse department the first prize for the best thorough bred blood stallion was awarded to Jacob's Blair Athol; the second to Warby'sCotherstone. M'Allister's Yattcndon obtained the first prize for a colonial bred stallion under three years of age ; that for the best thoroughbred mare was awarded to McKinnon's Forest Queen, second to Warby's Miss Lee ; Healy...
THE CLOSED STAIRCASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
THE CLOSED STAIRCASE. ' (fkom once a week.) ! ? ' *I was walking \ip arid down ; the cloistered court of St. Oswald's, with my friend Bryce, one evening early in the Lent terra of 185 — . It was only my second term of residence, and as Bryce was on the point of taking his' degree, X regarded' lum -with a considerable amount of respect,' not to say awe — for he it waa-who had allowed me to rub off my freBh jiess upon him, and saved me, by many n timely hint, from- several of- the errors and gmicheries incidental to the uninitiated in undergraduate life. I had fagged for him at school, and the mutual friendship once begun there, and interrupted for a space of three years try his residonco in the University, had how sprung up again more warmly than ever. And now, ?meeting again after the vacation, which he had spent in hard reading in his college rooms, there .was the usual comparing of notos on every conoeivnble subject, slipping by ^irapojceptible gradations from skating to politics ...
POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH.—Before the Police Magistrate, and J.B.Elworthy Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 November 1868
POLICE COURTS. QUNDAGAI. ; Saturday, November 16th. — Before the Police Magistrate) and J.B.ElworthyEsq.,J!P. John Beveridoe, superintendent at Wanta badgery, was summoned by Donald McGregor for assault. Complainant stated that he had been in defendant's employment for some two months. On tho 10th inst., he went to tho shearing shed and shore one sheep, after which not feeling well he went to the hut near and lay down. ' Shortly afterwards a man came to borrow a pair of shears from him, and com plainant .went up to tho shed to get them for him. Defendant was there, and he said, 'you have riot been at work this morning.' Complainant replied that he had not as he was not able, and defendant then spat in his face, called him a cur and a crawler, and as complainant turned to leave the shed kicked him severely. Complainant turned round and asked him what he did that for, and defendant seized him by the throat, threw him down, and stamped upon him violently. Some men interfered, and as so...