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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. CooTAMt'NDRA lesidenta are already beginning to pat themselvis on the back nnd khaki hands with each oth. r in their entliu-iasm at tlio ' growth Of Victorian feeling to a fede-al city nt n (ii ntr.il nninl. hoftrrwcin AllinrTT o, fl Gouiburn,'. us Coota. is the cont-al point between these two placi s, as well as between Adel»ide and Bris bane. Tho j:eop'e of Coota. netd not buoy themselves up with false ho;es, for though mnnjT who imagine they will be within n 100 m'les radius cf Cootamundru, the town itself will never be so favored.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

A y 'ung man who arrivid in New Zealand 17 m nt-ha ago with £10,000 in ' ciish and £8 000 in pers'ioal efTects, recently filed hja schcilule in bankruptcy. He umsi liavo been a-jroin of it. -..? ? ? .1 ? :? :.? Horr W.ilf ard Gnioyosz, membrrs ( f the tnw.m TT/Mioft -\f tli'a A itut.i-inn 1ii;W.|lHt,it ll. hive fought a (lenpo-ate diii-1 in VTienna. The lattor, who was the challenger, rcBented a declaration made, by Hot W If thai 'lie Pol s wrp a nation of parasites. Ilerr GnievoBz was s- ri-jusly wonuiloJ, und he n»w Iii-3 in a critical conditiiiu. The grussliopper plague at Doniliqnin has been creiiting irtcit ravaces in tho distrii-t during the past month. Tlioua.m-iu of iicies 'of luxuriant (.'I'iss h.ivebuen laid bare, and thijre an instancen nt siaii'ling errp-i be ing omp'etiily dcuiolisln-d. Tney l)nve now entered llio town iu 8warnn-, »in! beaiilea i'o ing great havoc to the gardens ure 11 con tinual source of annoyance to pc-loalriana anil others in their wing»d p°ri'gifna...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

A PRESENTATION. On Sunday afternoon the teachers and scholars- lit the looiil Church of England te tifled their npprec aiion of the good efforts of Mi-s Fry, who had for sume time paft hi en a leacher at the Sunday School ot tuat cuuroh and who wus about severing her connec tion with it. M ss Jeremins, on be half of tbe touchers, presented Miss Fry wi'h a hand-ome bi-cuit barrel, the Ui-v. Mr. Mnsley speaking a few words on bih If of the teachers. The scholir.i' gift took tho form of a nice butt«r-coolcr, tho oldest pupil in Miss Fry's cIhss, Misa Iluley, nmking the pr bont'ition. On behulf of the rec'i pi'»t, Mr. Kendall ucknovileJgtd the Keep youv.eye opeii fur C. E. 'Wes- ton's new advt. incest issue. Mn T. Staffo'hd, who has the con tract for erecting anew fence around St. Patrick's Chnr.h (-roun-.'.8, com menced work yesterday morning.' The old fence round St. Pattio-U's Church grounds, which ib now being pulled down, hue been stand ng olose on 10 years, to an old identity info...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OCTOPUS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

AN OCTOPUS STORY. To keep Be Ilougeraont in company, the following is taken from ' Caasell's Museum of Animated. Naturo'1 (Molua ca, by Professor Owen), pp. 2500, 2507. Octopus Vulenris : — ' Thiro is arnnotluiig s range and uncouth in the a-pect of this creature, its long flexible arms, moving ana curling in all diiectione, and its large eyes, whuh stare tvilb. a fixed glaze, rendering it even repulsive. A. cursory ob. er'ver would predict it ferocious and car nivorous. It is, indeed, one of the tyrnnta of t'.e waters. In the hotter latitudes, spt ciea of g gantic size have twined their dre-tded arms round humau victims, and dragged them to destruction.. According lo Deoy de Montford, Dens, a navigator, avows that in the African seas, while tliroi of his nun vere employed during a calm, in a. raping tl.e ti.lt'B of the vessel, they were attacked by a mon ster of this kind, whic'i, suddenly appeured, seized them in its nnup, and drew two of them under wattr, in spite of every eff. r...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

Gleanings, j: ' ,Mr Woolf Joel, like hi.-, tinale, Bartiry Barnato. died 1 a millionaire. His will has '- been proved, nnd the value of -- ' -the testator's estate is provis ionally estimated at no less . than .£1.230,000, A story is tola or lieuten ant Russell that during his special service in South A frica he applied for allowances for another horse to cover the wide district over which he had to travel, and the authori ties alter measuring up on the map refused the request on the ?ground that the mileage was only so much as the crow i rues, ou joauui s Uiiiswm vti emphatic. ' I do not,' he said, 'ride a crow ; I ride a horse.' ' It was a bad blunder ; I guess we won't be in a hurry to work up another war.' This was the comment ot a New York newspaper editor when he icceived the accounts of what the war had cost his paper. The adverse balance was 250,000dol., and the only consolation to be drawn was the knowledge that the war ': — ' must have cost his principal . - rival about a ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ALARMING ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

AN ALARMING EN COUNTER. Visitors to one of the wild beast menugeries at present bu^ng exhibited in the Woodhouse .Feast Ground, Leeds, who were anxious to bate some 'excitement for their m ney, bad their wishes gratified, an claiming pneoun truiners and a fn rco lion. The trainer in question is Franco Montono, 35, a negro, who, in the course of Irs ex perionce, is known to have had several very narrow escapes. Montano ia re ported to have entered tho cage of one of tho lions and b. fore he could manage to Sicuro on exit ly the iron door at the side the btast caught his hand with its teeth, and tore the flesh somowhufc. Kofcaiuing his pro eneeof mind, the truiner smartly - penod the door, and speedily regained the eafo side of tho bars. ,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH BALOON ASCENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 16 November 1898

HIGH BALOON ASOBKT. A liKMAiiKABLK baloon ascent oc curred at the (.'rysrnl Palace, near London, on ICth tepioniher, by Pro t'e'ss'or Bersun, of : Berlin, and Mr. Spom er. Thr larf-o baloon reached an altitude of more than 6ve miles, tho exiict height being 27,500 feet. This altitude has been only onoe exceeded, and that was by Gluisher mid, Cos wt II, in. 1802, when they ascended 37,000 feet. A complete equipment of in struments w«8 carried, and tho obser vations, and f-e'entinc results were most satisfactory, Mr. Spencer 6aya the ba'oon wont straight up at tho rate of 1000 feet a minute for 10,000 ftel, when it struck an air current which turned it towards the south east ; at 18,000. feet it took a soulh wi sterly d'rection ; at 2C,000 feet t! ere-wa-i a decided feeling of dizzi ness, and breathing became difficult. Tho roronauls then begun inhaling comprosBid oxygen, and the result was instantaneous. The men would have been unconscious had they delayed using the oxygen a moment l...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

Gleanings, ' Diplomatic discussions be tween this country and the nations ot Europe will be con ducted viva voce by deep-sea telephones in another hundred years or less,' says one of the American prophets of electric ity. In the tanning industry electricity is beginning to pla.y an important part. The larg est tannery in Switzerland will soon be constructed and enlarged for the purpose of adopting the process of elec tric tanning. An invention designed as a private means of conversing among the blind and deaf has been devised by Henry G. Stephens, a war veteran, living at Stratford, Conn. His in vention consists of a woven mitten, upon which is a raised alphabet. - ' The hair should not be washed more than once a week and when soap has been used a little vaseline should, be rubbed into the scalp to supply the place of the natural oil that has been taken away. An American author, whose excellent eyesight was won derful when, one considered his age and the immense amount of literary w...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. UNDER FALSE COLOURS. CHAPTKR XI—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

THE STORY-TELLER; [?] CHAPTER XI— Continued. Janet eatern my room with ray ixxp ' per truy, and koka^ rather eturtled ?wlion I . observe : ,::''' '?' Jdr.ot, who murdorcd Mias Har rington ?'' ,' Goodnpss' nulten nlivo, miaa ! How should -I know when nobody olso 'does r i» nor n.itatod reply. Her argument ia, no donb', on irre futable or e, but st onl.v piques my cuiioaity tho more. Tboru iB e.ident ]y ft mystery as well aB a crimp, nnd us 1 am anx ous to know all I can, in cider to take due preoaut cms f,-r my own saf- ty, I pursue the subject a little fusther. ' I don't expect you to know more ?than everyone else ; eo I shall bo glisd if ynu t;ll inp whnt yiue n. Undtr win1 particular ci cuma'nnceB was Mi-B Hurringtoa inurdo:oJ?'' ' Well, to toll the truth, mica, Mrs. Middle on doesn't liko ua to spook 'about it, and she particularly cau tioned me aff.iinRt mentioning uny thing to you. The children don't know a v-ord, and they are not to be to'.d the leaBt 'vvlii per, They tbiuk Ib...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

£1 REWARD. T OST, from Adelnnj;, Yellow Bay Blood I .J FILLY, bianded OX nn nenr. should er. Finder rewarded us above on r« turning s..me to ' JACK PR WSfi. ? Club House Hotel, Gondagii. 'public Me^fetng. A MEE**TTK£toi jW'fhose inrorented is ll -tobehei-f--ajE,s. DEKiUTON'S HOTEL. Snuy^uDdagSt^/CHIS (SATUft i)AY) K'P^NINO, to consitSir what Rti-ps shi nld hrtiiken, if any, in having-an official opLninp of Puller's Und^e. ? -v / ?Vy. MATCHESX To Contractors. rpENDERS WANTED, close 23rd Nov., _L for the erection of a Large Galvanised Iron and Wooden Shed. Plims and'spioifi catiooaat Ah Chee'a Store, For particulars apply— ? J. A. HARRISON. WANTED BY a Young Ludy, POSITION as LADY HELPorLIUUTGKNKRAL. Olboe of i his piiper. BY ('oJd^TSmuyj. to^toNT Dwelling House, fttiilyl^g^r Apply, ^s**^ Office oiWri^napor. ? /£v V T I O N SALE. BIG BEtf GREEK, —WITHOUT RESERVE. - Saturday, 26th Imstant, . At 12, Neon. Messrs M. S. Machen and Son WILL ofi'er all the Furniture, Kitchen UtousiU, Piano,...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

CLIPPINGS _ _ . ? ? a ? A remarkable complication has arisen in connection with tho uffaiis of George Blume loy, oT Hal'arat, who drd recently from the tff''Ct8 of injur es euatuincd in the ahootirg iill'ruy at his home, Klomely oarried on tbe husiuesB of flu iron and br.isa founder, and was known, however, to have told hia more intimatK frienda that he had for eomo time been viry succea&ful in niinint; speculations, and about a week before the affray, whioh re sulted in Lib death, he had a confidential talk w ith Sir. L. Phillipa, a leading hotel keeper in Billarat, with re»p:ot to thi8 matter. He remarked t- Mr. Phillips— 'Th:a is the happiest moment of my life. I have sottled £6QCIO' on my wife acl child ren, -arid as-'aebna'a everything ie iu oiJsr I sh ill clear out.' A'ftec the shooting and ih'i arrset of his two bjus BloajsUy nude a ? will bt^uoitluog Uio whole -.{ the propsily tu tr.s wifa ; but neither Mr. Fhillipe, whom ? he appouied aple executor, Dor Mr. T. Robin...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cablegrams. FRANCE AND ENGLAND. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

Cablegrams. FRANCE AND ENGLAND. --. ': -'?'.?'. London, Thursday. ? In commenting on Mr. Chamber Iain's spi-ech, the French newspapers express astonishment and disappoint ment that Great Britain is not con tent with the Fashoda withdrawal. They fear that England intends to force a solution of all outs'anding differences with Franoe. Mr. Chamberlain says the policy to open the door for commerce in China has hith^.to been maintained, not without 'iniciety. Ho is of opinion that ft further agreement with Russia in resp'ect to China is desirable. THE DREYFTJS CASE. Two French advocates go to Cayenne to assist Dreyfus to prepare his de AisTOTHER FRENCH MOVE. A Frer.ch warship landed troops-at Raheita Bay, in th.9 Italian Proteotor ate in East Afrioa, but the soldiers re-embarked after a protest had been SPANISH PEACE : COMMISSION. The Spanish Peaoe Commission pro pose arbitration in regard to the in terpretation of tbo peace protocol with reference to the Phi ippines.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE CORNER. THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

ON THE CORNER. THEY SAY: That a number of Gundagai' and Tarrabandnv folk are oorabining for picnicking purposes at the latttr place a few Sundnys hence. That some nice fish have been hooked during the wnok. That just enough rain to swimr by fell in Gundagai on Thursday. That South Qundagni folk are going to set'an example to tliH 'Northerners'1 by their celebration of Fullers' Bridge opening. That Diok Meagher got off lightly wi,th a £5 fine. . ? That the Town Bond will soon have to show before the public if it don't wish to be outdone by the Premiers. That there was no cricket pr ictice on Weanisuuy, no pnvyois turning up, but an endeavor is going to be rnnda to get a' scratch matsh on for this afti-rnoon. That Puine's buildings are nearing completion, and when finished will be occupied by Mr. M'3-u'ire' (draper) and Mr. Clyne (grocer). . ? That the Councillors ara waiting for the townspeople to m .ve iu the water supply matter. That tho Couno'l meeting last Tharodoy lupscd, owing ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

Tejefframs. - THE POLltlGAt SITUALTIOX. ' Sxdnet, Friday. Mr. Lyne maintains that, notwith standing the recent division, the -Qov-. eminent cannot reckon on more than a working niajority of three votes. Messrs P^rry and Seo, and other northern members, term the action of the Premier in forcing them to .vote against the censure motion as the most dc spicablo political act ever perpetrated in this colony. The' Premier is sanguine of passing all the new duties The Labor party will give tbe tea. tax in return for an old age pension scheme, which it is understood the Premier has agreed to Freetraders contend that the Oppo sition is completely disorganised, but Mr. Lyhe and other prominent mem bers of that party are confident that the ranks will soon be solid again and offer strong front to the Ministry. - IN THE ASSEMBLY. The budget- debate concluded at. 2 o'clock this morning, and tlie formal resolutions were carried on the voices. During the discussion several scenes occurred and rvany...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

t:/-'''''''TdWN'.TOPldS.-' Read Ah Chee's advt. ! On Saturday next, 26th inolant, Messrs. Machen. and Son, sell at ' Kiucora,1' Big Bon Creek, a lot of household furniture, sulkies, cattle, horsea, etc See aJvt. ? Mb. Walkek, tho new proprietor of the Family Hotel, arrived in town yesterday (Friday),' aud ? will take over possession almost immediately, Tuesday's meeting of the committee of the P. and A. Association, for the purpose of fixing show dates did not take place, owing to the absence of a quorum. GiDRAWAn Mine ia applying for 6 weeks' suspension for the purpose of erecting the new battery, so it is currently rumored, but the report lacks confirmation, and, so far, no notice of application has been posted. The friends of Mrs. T. Hawthorn will be pleased to hear that the Syd ney doctors hope. to remove the ulcer from, which she is suffering, but state that she will always be lame from the effects of her fall. The work of finishing off tho ap proaches to Fullers' Bridge was de...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMUT RACES. SPRING MEETING. UNFAVORABLE WEATHER. A SMALL ATTENDANCE SOME GOOD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

i'V TUMUT RACES. . ' . SPUING MEETING. UNFAVORABLE WEATHER. A, SMALL ATTENDANCE. ' ? ' SOME GOOD KAOING. ,; -' (BX ONAEQO.) . : Our Tumufc friends were rather , unfortunate in having unpropitioua ?weather for their Spring meeting, on : Thursday last. At an early hour in ' the morning a Blight shower of rain ' fell, which' cleared off ngain, but the ominous looking clouds which hovered ? ' about, betokonod a wet day, and before lunch, several amart showers .fell. ' However,' shortly after mid-day the rain held off, and save for a few drops I'dt-v001116 down at a later period, a ^^Kjj^oriioun .followed. This unfor {^PBtatajjnuTenoe for the Club, pre vent^^pPHiy persons from the country coming into town to witness the racing, and aa a result the attendance was _ rather small, somewhere about 300 souls braving the elements. If affairs meteorological had been favorable, I was assured by one of the club's ' officers that something like 700 or 800 . ' . - pi-rsons would have been prosent. ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

DENTAL. Mr. J. J. Okuiston, of Tumut, will ? visit Gundagni and may be consulted at Royal Hotel on Wednesday, Thurs day and Fi\day, 23rd, 24th and 25th insfc.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

SPORTING; CHATTY NOTRS. By Novob Homo. In a small country town, through which the Muirumbtrigee'Kivor lozily seipentiuea ? iha way, there resides a member of the oloth, ; whose next door neighbor i» some What of a fowl fancier. It happened time . at u time whoa eggs were almost a priceless commodity that the Godly man's henB re fused to bring forth anything in the ehupa of an egg, whilst the neighbors' f iwla wero laying proliSoally— but they had a habit - of nesting in the burn of the servant of the Lc rd, and the latter always claimed the ''gongicB1' so deposited. M.iny a time the neighbor remonstraied with, him, but ' possession its nine points of the law,' and t.hts \v»3 alwayB exemplified in the case in question. One morning th. neighbor left his virtuous couch eariy, with the avowed intention of securing nil' the eggs hU hens - would be responsible for, mid he patiently porohed him-elf on tl.e fenco dividing the two resideuci*. On the first Bound of * cackle from tho barn he j...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OLD PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

'?? THE OLD PRESBYTERY. -The old R;C. Presbytery is about to ohange hands, Mr. P. Palmer ' b-ing the new owner. The consideration is £1200, The receipt of this sum into the .churc i coffers will now onlj leave a debt of about £170 , on the, church property. : ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH THE "BOYS" LEISURE HOURS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 19 November 1898

WITH THE 'BOYS:' . , ? -» ? — LEISURE HOURS TALK. , The boys were rudely disturbed in their interchange of pleasantries the other evening by a .violent agitation of the communicator, and on Jack Swallerpuddin going to the door to see the cause he was greeted by a rowdy roysterers, who informed him that they had won' the cricket match. One of them was Jimmy Boo, who said tie had made top score, and when Patsy Bolivar told him he was always bound to score when there wub 'swan- key to swill' he resented the ignorant imputation, and Baid if Bolivar did not restrain his rude remarks he . would peel enough ekin off his choleric countenance to choke an unregistered, wall-eyed dog. Oil was poured on the . troubled waters by Swullerpuddin, who plainly intimated that he would allow no willow wielders to play cricket in the room. He wob eick end tired of cricket as it was played in town, be cause the big scores put up and mar vellous bowling done was. all indoor work. ? Billj'' Stingerene had....

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