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SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
SPORTING. CHARTS' NOTES. - BY OKAK00. : The two Agelong hnrseB, L-- Belle and Hard Time«, went to Wnggv to fulfil their ongngemanls on Wednesday last. The famous crickoter, Jluhjitsinghi, has. fiut, up a gre'»t scor.i in India., j'liying for tbe Patiala Eleven he scored 257, not out. A lenin of Ennlish footballers will visit Australia iiuAu QDUBuii, uiiu yiv-y » bchcb vi matches. In the New Zealand Cnp, run on Monday last, the one time crackJDarbv oolt, Dread nought, of N.S.W., was represented by Goeur de Linn, wh', ran a dead heat for third place with Douglaa. A few days ago 1 oame across eome com ments in a. Melbourne paper, regarding The Graftoc'a running at the V.B.C. Meeting us compared with his inglorious display in ihe CaultielS Cup. In the labier event he died away to nothing ere the distanca post wa3 reached. But what u different race he ran in ihe Melbourne Cup, Flying Handicap, and Fisher Plate ! Though, perhaps it ia ratlvr lute in the day to refur to this matter, I thin...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
CRICKET. To-DAT the Gundag.d team will wrestle for supremacy with Nangus Club, on the local wicker. Gundagai team : W. E^ Lucas, E. J: Mr.-nlove, II. Elliott, A. Abbott, A. J. Crowe, M. Molr-sworth, W. T. Griffin, J. Ross, M. Mac.hen, J.: Ryan, J. Crowe. Emer gencies, E.Higgins and J. Sullivan.
VALUE OF BORING OPERATIONS IN MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
- VALUE OF BORING OPERATIONS IN MINING. ^ THE Minister for Mines, during his recent visit to Albury and Wudonga, with the objeot of studying the system ? of miuing which has led to puck ex cellent results in developing the deep leads of Victoria and enabling him to deoide whether a similar method _1 ? ..1 J..'i.'i. '«/li-..^n^l i*» Vqiit Slnntli ?EJIiUUlU. UO UUU^IjUU ill J.* ^- »» wvu^i Wales in seoking totraco the Victorian deep load which ia believed to jmsb under the Murray River, into JSew South Wales territory, was afforded a practical le»fion of the value of b,:ring as a means of trMMJj^ihe extension of deep loads, .J^^^^^Vj'tlca.sstiergth _ — 1.1- — U. _ ^^^^^Ki ^..' All niutoi* lit 1, 1 a desire to Wge upon Parliament the desirability oE setting aside o sum of money to permit of a well-defined .-scheme ot boring to ba carried out, to learn that the V:otorian Government is bo satisfied with the effloncy of this system in pointing out tho way to the profitable investment of c...
PREMIER BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
PREMIER. BAND. Tb.3 Premier Band ,plu,ys the follow ing programme in Sheridan-street, on Monday evening next: Quick March, ' Moon behiud tlio Hill' (H. Round) ; Waltz . ' Sunflower' (II. Round) ; Polka '? Sweet Smiles ;' March,' Bay of Bisouy'1 (J. Davey) ; SohotliBche, ' Queen JJab' (Millard) ; Waltz, ' Alnybrceze' (T. H. Wright) ; Galop, ' Never Stop1' (Enschell) ; March, ' II. M. Jubilee' (II. Eouud) ; ' God Save the Queen.1' ? ? ?
THE PREMIER AT YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
THE PEEMIER AT YASS. The Premier (Mr. Reid), speaking at the banquet tendered him at Tass on Monday Bight, said that he might have imitated the example of many of his predecessors by allowing the mon-. ey affairs of the cbljny to drift into confusion, and oy adding to cue past deficiency ;but he considered that his duty was to keep on the safe side, to look carefully ahead, and, above all things, to preserve the financial credit ?of the community, by being able to show a legitimate credit balance on the year's operation?. Ho thought it was lime to make up the deficiency in the revenue by eome other mnans than a land and income tar; Some people were full of suggestions as to how b.3 -should do it, saving that he should have taken off the exemptions under the land tax. Well, he believed in exemptions. He believed in ex.mp tions to the income tax. To al'ow exemptions in taxation of .that kind was universal in the world, and how ?was it possible to recognise exemptions under the income ...
STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
STOCK PASSINGS. The following stock passings wore reported frcra Wag(*a, on Tuesday : — 10,000 merino wethers, Scottish Aus tralian Investment Company, Gnin ruain, to Whit Whittle, Kiandra j 5000 wothers, Litchtield Bros., South Derry Jerry lo Uazaldean, Cooma; 7317 wethers and ewis, Mrs. L. Pother, Jovama-pliico, near. Tumut j 3300 wothers, J. T. Alston, Thonongo to Tumut ; 10,024 mixed sheep, Waugh, Stanbridue, and Wau»h, Gogeldrie to Tulbingo; 26S2 owe.-, NV. H. Watt, Uartwood, to. Green .Hill.', Adelong ; 10,000 crossbred merino sheep, F. li. Clayton, Narrandeia, Biadlaugh to Tumut; 3400 withers, It. .Guest, Bundaiorv to near Kiandra.
CUTTING CORN FOR ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
CUTTING CORN FOR ENSILAGE. ! _,- PnoFESSOB Shelton, late principal of the Gatron Agricultural College, in his last report to the Queenalapd De par. meDt of Agriculture, makes the following remarks respecting some experiments with ensilage :—' A faot -- of great importance to the ensilage mauer was orougut out in tne cou'se or a trial. That portion of the silage made from green, succulent o.irn inide ensilage of the poorest quality, and was apparently not relished by stock, and 'whenever encountered produced a prompt diminution in the flow of mille ' of thoae cows whioh consumed if. A'l classes of stock on the other hand, gave quick recognition to the well »~ ', matured corn — ;'.hat is, the oorh that, had been allowed to nearly ripen its ?- ?, ears, and attain, its full maturity mada ' ensilage double, and probably treble ? the value oE that given by very green stuff,' This experience agrees with - the results of a series of testa mada recently at the Massachusetts station, ?' US.A....
TUMUT COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
TUMUT COMMON. ,„ - The undermentioned land, being a portion of the Tumufc Common, shall be set apart, and on the portion set apart being enclosed by a sufficient fenco, tbe right of pasturage conferred on bona fide corners, teamsters, travel lers, and drovers by tbo Commons Acts. 1873-1886. shall, .is to tho nor. tion ant apart, cease and determine : — County of Wynyard, jarish of Tumut: Commencing on the south-yceatern side of the reoroatioa reserve at the junction of Sydney ? and Clarence btreets ; and bounded thenco by that recreation reserve north-weaU-rly to a Jagoon ; thence by a line north-westerly to Fitzroy-Btreet ; thenco hy that Btreet to Sj-dney-street nforesaid ; and tlioncij by that Btreet lo the point of com mence munt.
WITH THE "BOYS." LEISURE HOURS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
WITH THE 'BOYS.' ? -, ? LEISURE HOURS TALK. The hour wa8 late ere a quorum was got together at tho local rendez vous on Thursday evening, Jimmy Boo was the last to pronee into the room, and ho gave a full aud lucid explanation of his remissnesa in turning up at such a late hour. He had been to the picnic— or rather p;c n;ck8. for he'had given them all a, turn. 'Sure,' said he, ' I had a great time of it. ' At one ' of the picnics I1 saw Swallerpuddin endeavouring to put '? pincher' onto an orange owned by an urchin belonging to one of our most rispeotod citizens.' S.\alltrpuddin.: It's an infamous and a cowardly slander, and Jimmy Boo is a cold-blooded liar when he makes oueh a statement. der ! Such unseemly language as Swallerpuddin has used is most cer tainly not within the bounds of pro priety, and I must, call upon him to withdraw the offensive ard oppro brious epithets he has hurled at one of our most respected comrades, Swalle'puddin : I do withdraw, but in an lairness, Mr. wt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
Our Directory. — — ♦ — ^ — BIBO, W., Ironmonger, -&o., SherMan /~1AUVERALL, A., Ttoyul Until, Sheri V^ (Inn. 'treat. COFiNUTT BROS., general aloivkeepora, Wiihehn-itre. 1. DODD and CO., genvruljslorckeopers, Sheriilan-streuf. FIELD andKJSI.LV, Tailoia, Shoridan Street. S'^ RIFFIN vm» Wuukes, solicitors and \JT iitfidavit eoimnisRinners, \\ ilhelm-st. KYLE, W. B., Auctioneer, -Stock, Sti tion and Goiicral Com. Afjont. ? ' T' 0OME3, J., hiijrdresser and tobacco Ji ? J nist, Sherirtan-vrnot. MAOHEN & SON, Auctioneers, etc. Agenta fur Harvesting Machinery..';. NASH, W. F., Wholesale and Retail Butcher, SherirUn-strHot. - ''? ? OTtMiSTON &OBM1STON, llentists, Tutnut. Vidit Gandngai fi.rinightly. PAGJi, A , Dentist, ShWdaa-street, opposiie Tniouy's Hotel. ? SOLOMON, P. and S., Storekoepsrs Wilheltn-strict. rpRACEV, MKS. A., Clnb Houso Hotel, _L Sheridan-street. Gunda^ai Independent ? -- ? . . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1S9S.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
THE PEOPLE'S PAPEE. j Conducted on Democratic and Liberal Lines. % H GUNDAGAI INDEPENDENT And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS, AND SATURDAYS : 'V,. The INDEPENDENT wi I be run on broad and liberal lines, and will :'. 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. , TO e have made arrangements with a 'Leading Sydney Lady Writer to 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. TEBMS OF StTBSCHIPTIOM : In advance, 16s- per annum. If Booked, 24fga „ * ADVERTISING HATES: ^'Ordinary advts. par. adyts. First Inch - 3s One Inch or Less - ,4s Each Additional Inch- 2s Each Additional Inch 3s %'. SPECIAL BATES Jc OI OuctiJLlXill^ xxULVUl ul^j t/lllt/I...
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
I'OWN TOPICS. Mining matters at Captain's Flat are biginningto brighten up agair. . . Mm. Kvle holdB un auction sale at Ueiglit-m'B yards, thin (Saturday) afternoon. Da. Chalmers, the C.K Bishop of Goulburn, is to visit Qundagai before the end u£ the venr. A lad named Parcel is reported to have been drowntd in the Murrumbid gee, noar Wsi'B« .« few daya ago. The Cootamundra. District Council are about; to agitate for an early morn ing train from Cootamuudra to Syd ney. At Sydney wool sales, on Monday, peven bales marked M\V, from Ade long Crossing, of beautiful colour, and well scourod, made Ii5d. The Attorney-General has declined to prosecute iu tbe case o£ John Lloyd, who was recently committed to the Gunilagai Quarter Sesoions fur sheep stealing. In connection with the improve ments and repairs to the £dwards town and South : Gundugai publio echools, for which tenders were aclver tisi d some time ago, Mr W. War briuk's tender has been accepted in each case. The amounts of his tend...
ANOTHER VOTE OP CENSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
ANOTHER VOTE OP CENSURE. t Dur telegraphic message from Sydney on Thursday afternoon contained the intel ligence that Mr. Barton had given notice of a motion cen BUrillg IiLIH UUVBI IILU13111; AUJt breaking their election pledge not to interfere with the fiscal question whilst the federation of the colonies is pending. This latest move on the part ot the leader of the Opposition is one that will no doubt be hailed with delight by many Free trade electors in New South Wales, who do not disguise the fact that they are thoroughly disgusted with the action of the Premier in-imposing duties of a protective .character. From one end of the country to the other the Premier's tax ation proposals have been re ceived with hostility by his ireetro.de supporters, and if -he were now to go to the country on his new fiscal/ 'tnea . sures, it is an assured fact that he would go back with a greatly reduced following. For the orrfin.r. linrlv ..?..? 'nf Viia fnvmaf staunch supporters would not vote f...
Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. C.E. ASSOCIATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
Telegrams. ? . ... ... — - ? Sydjjet, Friday. C.E. ASSOCIATION REPORT The annual report of the Ghuroh of England Association , states that the new Protestant movemeut is the un veiling of musked idolatry of priefitly domination. Abhorrence is expressed of the idolatry of mass and the con ft'ssional, ? CHARGE OF SHOOTING. Two boys, William ond Alfred Blomey, have been acquitted on a charge of shooting their father at Ballarat,; owing to the great provoca tion the family received at deceased's hand, the ,jury adcVng that the lads acted beat for the protection of their mother. ? HORDE RN'S FIRE. . A settlement of all the insurance claims in' connection with Flordern's fire was satisfactorily arranged yester day. THE CENSURE MOTION. The debate on the censure motion is expected to eouclude on Wednesday night. A number of ministerialists are in a dilwnima ovor tho situation, but it is expected the Government will have a email majority. ? The Lttbor Party are determined to oppose tho tea a...
ON THE CORNER. THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
ON TH% CORNER. '?THEY SAY: . . : . That the water -supply question will be allowed to die out. . ' . That the yoangSters had a rara old ' tuck-in' at the.pionioks on Wednes day last, and that Gundagai knows how to treat her rising population. That the Premier Baud is making good progress, and played very credit ably on Wednesday last. Thn.t OnntAin'R 7t*In.fc in nn lival-tt nnrl busy as ever, and that the outlook is b:i^htoniiig up. That it would be interesting to know how many ratepayers can show a cloun bill of rates due to date. That the local criukefc club will ehortly engage in matches with several surrounding clubs. That if we had a few more crioket enthusiasts of the same type as Lucas and ftlolesworth the gume would boom splendidly. That Billy Moore, the champion bowler of the local cricket club, is a UU!I11.U££ CJlUlijpjlfU U|J LHijUJS, UUUf ttl thouub only a beginner, played a rat tling game. in the. i^ive Mile match on Saturday last. Thut tennis promises to have a boom iu...
THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
THE HOUSEHOLD. .20 dropa of carbolic acid evaporated from a hot shovel will go far to ban ish flies from a loom, while a bit of camphor gum, the size of a walnut, held over a lamp until conBumed; will do tho same for the mosquito. When you have furniture to clean, first rub it withcotion waBte, dipped in bo'led lincocd oil ; then rub clean and dry with a soft Uannel cloth. Garo should be* taken that the oil is all removed. . . To restore .gilt frames, rub with a sponge moistened in turpentine. To remove greafe spots, thoroughly saturate with turpentine, place a soft blotting paper beneath, and another on top of the spot, and pres3 it hard. The fat is dissolved, then absorbed by the paper and entirely removed from the cloth. To clean hair, wash well with a mixture of Boft water, 1 water, aal aoda, 1 ounce ; oream tartar, £ ounce. To remove iron rust rom muslin or white goods, thoroughly saturate the' spots with lemon juice and salt, and than one application is required, A good way to...
LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTKS tfROM SYDNEY. (I3r. 'Lady ])larnky.') The 57th Birthday of our Princa ia passing over juet as eventfully as holi days always do in- Sydney. Nearly every family, no matter bow poor or how many in number, manage to get out for every holiday, and everywhere is to be seen mothers strueelintr with their email fry, and faihers generally looking on. Australians are looked upon by the rest of the world as people with whom enjoyment is the predom inating proclivity. Doubtlesa we are a mirth-making people, but whila it in do way interferes with or retards our progress in the march of eivilisua tion, itia a quality of whioh wo ought to really boast of. When we were placed on the face of this world it was not- to be continually delving, as Nature has plainly shown us that we need some relaxation, and an outing such as is indulged in by the great majority on the Prince's birthday saves more lives, doctor's bills, ill nesses ; gladdens more homes and re lieves more wo...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 12 November 1898
RIFLE SHOOTING. The mMnbcrs of the Gundagni Riflo Club held a day's prize shooting on prinoe of WalrB Birthday, v\hcn eight members compoted, M'Cook, Worldron and Malchett gaining tho three' prizes, respectively. Scoros : — 400 500 000 H T McCuok ? ..35355 52153 45225 — 60 Worldron, Jr ? 53514 44555 43310 — O Mitohott. VV ? 63300 42432 4'2'2-W — 46 MoAiister ? 43540 25033 22300 8 40 Haatie ? 02250 \i'Zv2C- 22223 S 39 Turner ? 20434 20003 32400 12 39 Cornott, P. ? 20200 000U0 32500 8 22 Mol-j«worth ? 00000 OCgoO OOuOO 16 16