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TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

' TOWN TOPICS. Tile public delighted ! Tue JjssrprtfDEST booms ! .And '.' catches on1' liko match-wood. ! PcoPir of ell classes ha^e congratu lutod us on the siiecoss of our first iaauc\ Don't forgot to amblo over to the cntllo aale at Deighton's yarda to-day, Ii' you are of opinion that tho Indh'I NJ-i vr .ia a real Jive paper, and worthy of support, recommend it to your frionda. T)i:Ait Councillors! Please spread some gravel on the edge of the BUeel in front of our 'den.' It's wanted '' orful' bad. On Wednesday lnsb the provai'ing query was — 'What do you think of our new paper?' See how quickly the publio recognised its champion ! The Mining Warden yesterday morning extended for 12 months, Henry Groth's authority to enter for mining purposes, portion 27-i, South Guudagai, county Wynyard. Remember that the Independent is an eight-page papor every Wednesday — double the siisa of our present issue. And tho yearly subscription is only 16s , in advance. At the local Police Cuurt yeste...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

THE SITUATION. That jocose juggler, 'Premier _^--^JgigkJ7Xlij(^^ played ? ;j ' a trump card in the game of politics, and it looks as though he must this time add another to his already long list of wins. On Tuesday last the Oppo sition held an enthusiastic meeting, at which Mr. Barton was present, and it was de cided that Mr. Lyne should move a number of amend ments on Mr. Keid's iederal proposals. The gist of the ..amendments are that there ' ' -should be another convention for the purpose of dealing with , the present aspect of federa tion ana suggesieu amcuu ' iuents to the Constitution Bill. ?, - ' To give a wider scope to the j discussion of the question the S-- Beconii-iime'ndiDent wss made Ifc-^-^tr^ead, '' This House author Kf *-' ises the Government to open ml ' up negotiations with the Go ??' vernments of the other colonies Mi) ' represented ??** ait the lato con L^. , mention,' '-This would moan t^^r^ pursuing a different course al together to that mapped out by Mr. Reid,...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A REMARKABLE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

A REMARKABLE BOY. Fabrice Ynldone Router, whoso ?I'---','--? vizvkz. at, ? OhieagO;.. liaq been dosoribod as iLe ' 'most wonderful of child wonders.' Music is the characteristic of this clever child of just over six years. Three years ago he began praatising;upon a tiny quarter-sizod violin, but'-now ho uses a nait-sized. instrument. His ability as a violinist cannot to questioned when it ig stated that ho pmytj wim asconisiung facility such pieces as Do Beriot's First and Ninth Conoertos ; -' La Molonoolie,' Pi-ume ; Twenty:Third Concerto, Viotti ! ' Pe tite Tambour,'1 .David ; and Alard's ' Faust'' Fantasie. Arot only is he an accomplished .w * player, bst he has composed for tho ^M violiil several little pieces of his own, ' wuiuu bluw great meric, ior tuoy betray no evidence of imitation or reminiscences of other compositions, Oue is a ' Kaiser March,' describing the approach and passage of the German annv : another is ' Tim Witches' Danoa,' in which :ho imi tates many of the in...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REMARKABLE INFANT PRODIGIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

REMARKABLE INFANT PRODIGIES. Numerous instances of children who have shown exceptional and remark able poweis of intellect at a very tender age have been recorded, but it is doubtful if little Willie Gwin, who has become the talk of medical circles, can be beaten as a marvel of precocity. Xhougn scarcely nvo years ot age, and no taller than a table, this tot is perfectly f umiliar with tho ' human body, knowing every bono with euoh accuracy and readiness that might well be envied by a medical Btudent at his linal examination. In addition in l»to lmrnsri aAcrn nf nnnfrmilT Via nflU tell you everything thac is to be known about the heart structure and its complex functions. He is the proud possessor of two certificates of proficiency in anatomy. One of them was granted' to him by the Tulane University, New Orleans, vtrTiicli p.nrt.ifiAa that ho waa found to be the most thorough anatoinist'bf his uge in osteology and conformation of the heart. The other he obtained at tho Hospital Coll...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNDAGAI DISTRICT MATTERS. OUR MEMBER'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

GUNDAGAI DISTRICT MATTERS. . OUR MEMBER'S DOINGS. ' '. '.The appended departmental cor- ? respondence, from Mr^Barnes, M.L.A., has been kindly handed ub for publi oat-'on : — ? Letter from tho Postal Department; dated 2oth August, rb the establish ment of a post office at; Johnaon's Hill, near Gundagai, and the extension of tlie bundagai-liono . mail service thereto, stating that a report having been obtained in the matter, it. hed been decided to establish such an office at the place in question, to bo called ' Mount Kimo,'' under tho ~ charge of Mr. P. G. Tweedio, and that . tho offer of Contractor John Norton had been accepted, to extend the Gundagai-Reno mail .service to the new oince, on norseback daily, to date from tho 10th proximo. From the Postal Department, re extension of the penny postage sys tem, to Gundngai and places -nithin 14 miles thereof, stating that tho condition on which this concession is granted is that the revenue derived, from; a post oflico in. a town whic...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

POLITICAL FIF3. The Premier remained mum whilst Mr Roso's motion for adjournment on tho usoloesneas of the Public Works Committee was being discussed in the Aesembly on Tuesday last. The mover of the motion twitted George with moral cowardice, but never a word d,id the Premier answer! Dan gerous ground for a Premier to tread .on whon he hns a pack of hungry office-seekers at his heels. Lyne is naught else but a blunderer. Uo haa ruined the Protectionist party in tho past,?and will wreck the genuine Federalionist party now, if ho is left much longer in charge. ... Very often, a jiod soldier im/f '?'-* '*»u ^iCe-- ?ijiat'S bo in ell- -^so or Lyne. Mn. SiBTiioitPi:, when asked if ho thought thero was any probability of another, election, replied, 'No fear! Reid has euchered Lyne onco more and will havo a majority of 7 or 8 on the censure motion ! Besides, it looks as if tho Opposition leader wished to have u, 'cut' before Barton got into the Assembly.' Bauton will pt'obably bavo a walk...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

PERSONAL PARS. Piuxce Bismark had Jewish blood in his veins. His grandfather was of Hobi'6W descent. Up near Yarrangobilly ia a deep gorge, which, when shouted into, gives back ji horrible, reverberating noise, somewhat rosembling the sound of a muffled human ouoro. A man who one night occupied a bedroom near that of Premier iieid (during hia visit to the Kiandra mountains lnst sumraer) calls tho gorgo ' Eeid'a Musical Box.' '' JTako the willing horao work !' is an old and true savins, and a local boniface tolls ft yarn to which the above trite quotation i3 applicable, with but a slight alteration. A bul lock driver got bogged :one timo whilst croasing a small creek over South Guudagai way, end came to the ' spirit-sfiiller1' and aslcecl his assis tance. This won nillinrjlv rn'vori n.r,i\ the hotelkeeper startod belabouring, the -animals taking unkindly to the yoke. 'Oh, blank yer ! Don't belt them as won't pull. Wiro into the blankers that will 1' Collapse of the ' beer-jcrkor ?' C...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL MATTERS FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

MUNICIPAL MATTERS .FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual ifcrtnightly meeting of the Gundagai Municipal Council waB held in the Chambers on Thursday evening last at 8 p.m. Thore were psesent : — The Mayor Ryan, Matthews, Smith, Jones, Taylor and Leary. The minutes of the laBt meeting, held on 25th August last, were read, and conGrmod on the motion of Aid. Alatthows, seconded by Aid. Taylor. OUTWAKD CORRESPONDENCE. Several letters were read, which had ubou xorwaracci since last meetinjr, including : — One to Municipal Asso ciation, announcing the Mayor and. Aid. Ryan had been appointed dele gates to represent Gundagai at the annual meeting, and also enclosing cheque'for annual subscription to tho Association. To tho Publio Works Department, accepting conditions pro posed Dy mat department for tho erection of a bridgo over Jones's Creek. Approved of. INWARD COKKESroNDENCE. A letter was read from the Works Department, atating that the follow iug n»u mama mr uunaagai aistrict are novrj availab...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

MIKING-. : : Mit. Middletox-, manager of the Johnson's Hill mine, thinks. the feat of taking the big boiler tip to the mines a most remarkable oks&. He dots not think much oE its capabili ties, however, and says that it was against ms wisn tuat tne company made the purchase. The Prince of Wales Mine, Kimo, has a plontifnl supply of water at present. the recent rains hav ing filled up tho big dam. The Johnson's Hill] company have started sinking a shaft on their pro perty, with tho intention nf r-ntnlii«n. the tunnel, The Gibraltar Company hns beeD refused the suspension applied for. This will go a long way towards win ning tho miners' battle. ? . We hear that tho '10 tons of stufl : from Roberts and part3''s mine, near Coolac, which was treatod at the Adelong battery on Thursday last, yielded somewhere about SO ozs. The Mines Department estimates that the gold yield for August was 15,G40oz, This brings up the total output for tke oi«ht months of thn year to 197,6 Uoz. Tho av...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD OLD GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

GOOD 0LT-_ GUNDAGAI. Gundagai has had''' a 'ZiiYf lu'Wgs built at a cost of over £12,000. The opening ceremony was a -dry 'ne — very ' dry.' Tho Minister for Works wished to bo prosent at tho ceremony, but the peoplo wore apathetio, so his projected viait was knocked on the head. 'Oh ! we can do all bur own drinking1,' quoth ft townomaa-whon we mentioned to him that wo thought Mr. Young had been tro.ited very shubbily. Twang tho lyre — (Witli apologies to ' WliUtler.') BUniigno uaDoiu^, water gi'iucmg, ? Hills aii-Lmci!ii»bun3-Da.-iX-j'n b.v ^» _ . ? . Children rudily, btreuts quito muddy, You will see at Griindagni, Cous in highways aud in byways, Pcoplo at the pith3..don'fc sliy ; Quick' at drinking, slow at t limiting Are tho fujlcs of Uuut'lngai. All is sleep, ''quiet, creepy, E'en ttic engiua seems to tigh ?Taking wnter, while, tha porter Faintly yawns out ' Guudagai 1' It's a pretty little city — But we'd bettor say by-hyo, Or folks might mob us, or cUe 'job' us, Wleu wo priin...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"H.M.S, PINAFORE." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

' H.M.S, PINAFORE.' This well-known and popular opera was staged in Fry's Assembly Hall on Wednesday evening last by the local Dramatic aud Musical Society. The attendance was only fair, but its uumbers wero appreciative. The casto — a very large one, numbering some 17 — was, for amateurs, a very btroug one, the leading., as well as the minor characters, being all;] well sus tained. Mr and Mrs Glasby shone out conrpicuouely with their splendid voices, nnd gave excellent pourtrayals of their parts, being well assisted by the rest of the company. The chor uses, in many instances, did not result well, tho voices being either unevenly -balanced or lacking sufficiont ac quaintanceship with their parts. The performance though, on the wholo, was very creditable, and tho company is tho best amateur opera troupe we have ever sson. During the interval Mr. Gl.isby (on behalf of Ids wife, to whom tho performance was a benefit) returned thanks to the audience for their.altendorice, and to the So...

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 — 10 September 1898

do ; f You ' ' .' : Think ' i , - : The Independent is worthy of support ?' j If so become a subscriber and boom it. 'fl - - AWj-TivLY supplyA6£. rovvr^'''*! , * '!1VUI' * A^$$&iWVl-i ' '' ^ - ? , ? ±S»^, £2 UEY7AEJ0. ^v^~««i 'T OST fiom Ciundaem JTlftt, nboi t Inafi ' t-\ ' _LJ A'oumlir, i\ I RO\\ NT G 1 UINO, brvnilod \Yi with \V ov'er/tb'o' ?'?l'^-maJi / * ' shoulder. liu; above Reward will lie p!iia--*t___ to any. person delivering tlio sum ?. to ^*ft^*i~Sv^ Ji QUI&LLi, ? (jumbal. — nSBKB Till! AtJSrlC'EB OF— TUP GUNUAG^I FOO1BALL CLUB ? TILL BE HELD AT ? Fry's Assembly Hall, ~\^ V/EDNLCDAY,iS£PT. I4TH ^||f||A q^ICKlTS Lidcs, 33. Gents, 4a,. ''*®fe' X Doubk, bi. '*$-$$'--- J u venile D ance . ' ' rj^l THE FOLLOWiKtt (THU-SDAY) H!G8T\^-* ADMI^S1OAT, Is. N , '5' K E A TIE? J) J Tlon j O. B MOL«jWOHTil J Scch AUCTION S4LE. Store Bullocks. , - A.t Doightou's Sale Yird, South Gundagai, On.SATUKDAY, SL'P rcncLIl 10iif- ' f At 12 o'clock noon. Messrs M. S. IMaCh^n &...

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MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

' MISHAP. At about half-past 2 o olock yester dap afternoon, Sheridan-stroet.was tho scone of a littlu niild excitement through a slight mishap. The engine which has been used during tho can struction of the Gundagai bridge was k-u»uy uiuvdu uu v. wuifgon, wnen, in turning into Shoridan Street;, tho chimney of the engine oaught the lowest wire suspended on the tele graph posts in the 'street, and before tho driver of the waggon could pull up his horses tho wire was puliod 'off the posts with considerable force and broken, besidos pulling tho arms off t.hfi nnfirS]. Pit A U'li'rt ftnm a i-!*iit»»i +lirt whole length of tiiG street, falling with a loud clang to tho ground, and striking several horses which were standing in tho street. A number of animals took fright aud bolted, but wero secured beforo any damage, was dono. Tho wiro became entangled around tho nock of a gentleman sit ting in a buggy, bu,t he managed to extricate himself quickly out of his perilous position. The liao wa...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

COMMERCIAL. ? ., ? . Tiru following retuil prices ivnro ruling itiGundapai yostord'iy- — Haizo, 3a 2-1 per bushc!. Oats, 2a Dd per Inifhol. Barley, 4s per bushel. Chuff, :)b to -ia per ewt. ' ' Hay, Hi 10s per ton Bran, lOti per blithe]. Pollard, lOil per buahel. Potatoes, lls per ewt. (Juiouo, Sdper lb. 1 Egg'-, Is pei ilo/pn, ' j Baeon, local 7d, Bodsvlla 0d. per lb. * Cheese, 7il per lb. - - Butter, 13 per lb. ., i; '

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INVITE THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

INVITE THE GOVERNOR. DimiNO. the ? forthcoming summer Lord Hampdon, accompanied by a Government House party, will pay a visit to Mount Kosciiidko aud the Yarrangobilly Cavts. ' Tho Governor will come by tho Coomn, route, having ^on invited up by the people of that ,' '?'- '' ' ' ?'~-«ufli),l^_T'C-. . - U undagai tako a hauu and invitelhs ii.*'*,]),,^ to return by way of Tumut anu Gundagai. It is not that wo are lovers of abject adulation of those high in power, Or loyal, lickspittle liegemen of lords, that we offer this suggestion, but tvo well know that a place gains in prestigo by n visit from a high dignitary. Dosides, the routo truvolled by tho Governor's nfil'f.TT At* ill Y\f» 1 r\r\\rnr\ v-hrtM t^tr fnm^r.ir. £«uLi-jr -» ill u\J 1UW11UU IHIVU WV lUUilatb n'Bs-tlio correct one, and they -\vill all ?fia'u Ko ciusko and the Oaves* by' the way of Monaro. And should Lord HampdoH return to Sydney by way of G-undagai wo have no doubt uo to which routo ho will volo in favor of When Lo...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORONIAL INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

il$3$Sb^i&i, :: inquiey , Wim^^j^T ;was ',fi»ia.---y Mr M. P^«mo1b«n;. coroner, . at \!he Bridge Hotel, South Qundugci, on Wednes day morning .last, 'toucliing the daath of duo Japptiaett-Eapnar, wbo expired suddenly on the previouB day. James ilowat. shipwright, of .South iGundagui, deposed: I remember that about 8 a.m; yesterday deceased was' working with'me at the end o£ tho ' bridge at South Gundugai ; did not notice anything, until he was adzing -a plank ho fell backwards ; I picked ?him up and called Mr. Latiadowne ; It ?held him in my arraa and ho breathed, three timos and tuen expired ; I ha\e 3'tnnwn the deceased for about four months ; he never complained to me, but I know he has been suffering ; he ?did not complain that morning ; I do not think he took any drink ; he was til ways tober on tho works. 'William John Lanadowrio, carpen- : ter, residing at South Gundagai, do jioaed : I. remember at 8 a.m. yesterday ^~__u*ettiwg-de«-areirwas working motes with Jamea Mo...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

,'*».—' .v ''( * '**,??'*? - - ' *i ? — t I Dj.Wiffiam^pin^pin^ojpalB people | I* A Positive, not a Negative, Remedy, f* ^ They Cure not by Purging1 the System, but ^ ^ by Enriching and Purifying the Blo6d, 1) &} Fortifying the Nerves, Strengthening «& -p the Spine and Muscles. ^ ^ jC Genuine only with the PUSH UJSlKB, »)' x? - iifo W IlilltlTlS JrlllK JrlMS ,§ ' f^- ¥OS' sl-LjL!i^ Jl ^OOlwj tilOS ? ^ This is ,-in exact lepresentation of the ch/j' genuine picitnje, which is. Qp i^, in a wi.ippci of white paper, piinted in red. Inside the wrapper are Dr Jfc- V ? .,_ Willi.uns' Directions ^T \ &- KJrJL^/ p«tiir #ALj\ wooden box or tube, -F & fc'H- WliV*4^^ KIM i which is about two (T@ (O I'*;T| la fit r r- Hi' 'T than a silver. -hilling. X Or vA =$ * - £V *» ^ -^ '^3— V^i \ I '' 'A'-/-» »' «'«»(»« ' (p N^ v.^ i.^ ^*^^.TsTx^j.»ftw-^^-*-*-a.t^x^icai-jjji.-wi^L.tfw5' case ot doubt, it is xT ^ TACSIMILF OF ONLI^GEMIXINE PACKAGE. better to send direct M % Pr...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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SOME REMARKABLE TIMEPIECES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

SOME REMARKABLE TIMEPIECES. In ono of tho town-halls in a Japanese treaty port there isjnroQUBkb a;i){o~ttm^p^mJPrrHPft3~T0nt&iiieii in a handsoaio frame, 3ft. wido and 5ft. long. It represents a noonday land-: scape, very cleverly carried out. In the foreground plum and cherry trees appear in bloom, while in the rear a hill is to bo seen, from Which flows a pretty cascado imitated iu crystal. From this casoado flows a tiny stream, which wends its way between rocks and islands, and finally looses it self in a stretch of woodland. In a miniature sky a golden stin turns on silver wire, ?? striking the hours on silver gongs as it passes. ^Jnch hour is marked by a oreoping tortoise, A bird of rich plumage warbles at the eloso of the hour, and, as tho warbling -.ceases, a mouse suddenly makes its appearance, and scampering over the hill to tho garden, is soon lobt in view. Altogether it is a wonderful pieeo of mechanism. | A Glasgow botaniot has| conceived the unique idea of maki...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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TERRIBLE MAN KILLERS FOR FUTURE WARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

iy^-.-^.JSOTPMaiBLB MAN HK ISTfLliEES FOR FUTURE IP^^ .- WARS ^ f'1''' Marvellous as are our Maxim and QatlingGuns, torpedoes, and all tho ' .other instruments of modern warfare, human ingenuity in this direction has Ufcy no* moans -exhausted iteelf. In a - foiv joais tho man-killing apparatus v win prouaDiy «« yi a i.u ii»\.-*w ..w.»«t* ful and awful charac:or than at pre sent ; for inventors in dii'feront coun [ tries aro perfecting terrible imp'e ' jnonts, many^di which, will, as soon *- iis possible,' be turned to prac'.ical \ / »'uae. ^^Au eaplnoer in tho riortb of l-.tigland ^^-'^%«T\,\^. patoDted a gun which i--* enl H^^V - Sculatod to beat the iccord in the ^^^^^ -uiick diajitforgo of bull«ts, for it is ^^^^B'^timat^Tit will tire no fewer than ^^^^^^B^O.OOi/iu a singlp minute. It is con ^^^^^B^ttWW on the -principal of a sling. ^^^^^K^diou from which; t'-vo hands project ^^^^^K^U't working imsi'de a case at \fio ^^^^^Hktubf l.'-,000 revolutions pfr minute. ^^^^^^K^- Uullets ...

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