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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
. .MISCELLANEOUS. ' Motto for the Reprieved. — 'No nooso is good news.' Why are ships called she 1 — Because they always keep a man on tho look out. An American editor, in response to a sub scriber who grumbled that his paper was always damp, said it was because there was so much due (dow) on it. The Time When.-— The. following is sharp : First Party. — ' Yon'll come to the gallows some day.' — Second Party. — 'Yes, the morning you're hauged.' When a man and woman are mado one by a clerg3'inan, the question is which 'is' the one. Sometimes there is -i long strugglo betweeu them before this matter is finally settled. ?' ' ? ; ; A Noblo 'Family. — Prejudices die ont sooner or later. The- founder of the Pallavicini— flay my neighbour — family 'gained his patronymic from sharp dealings some few hundred years' age-, . nnd tho -Pallavicini have for long been ona of. thonoblesl families inLigurja. -. -? The ' Chicago Tribuno ''is jubilant over thi Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Chio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
. THE GUNDAGAI TIMES, . General Printing Office, SHERIDAN STREET, GUNDAGAI. .~T---~ J. B. ELWORTHY, GENERAL LETTER.PRESS PRINTER. HAS recently made extensive tnrl varied »dd(fion« to hit previously large and well-assorted itock of PLAIH&HB FASK57 TYPE and is now in a poiition to exeouto an; deicrip tion of b-d® jpmssupisiB ,. ,wlth.wnlejil&ni'»y bVi firanrM'vifh credit to him islfkad liturtotlon iohli patr'ani. . ' Bill-head* S-r-elp». BooVo Band-bUU Carrier.' way billl Poiten . Pamphlet! Promiuorr Hote Book* Law Formi Bailneil Oardi Circulars Invitation Oatdi Prngrnmmss L»b»U Delivery Booki, 4o., 4c, &o,, Printed with taite and expedition. BLACK, BED, BLUE, GREEK AND ! BROWN INKS ON HAND, Alio White and Coloured Papon, Gold Bronte, and many other arlioles requisite in a large office for PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING. ^«il d! Jfra $oai(t- Jfcs. Adfclong & Gundagai BraSafees T NIK BEST ALLOWED OH FIXED DEPOSITS, For 8 monthi, at the rate of Z per cent, per ...
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. On Tuesday Mr. Qarrett withdrew his motion to repeal the Act imposing a postage rate on newspayers, and gave fresh notice for next week. Many consider Mr Nowlan's proposed bill to render compulsory the proper treatment of all vines attacked by the oidinm tuckerii impracti cable, not because it is not sound in principle, but. because if the bill be passed into law the creation of an army of inspectors and sub inspectors to see that its provisions were carried out would be necessitated, and the results' would not compensate for the ex penditure. Better, the objectors say, trust to the private efforts of our ' vignerons ' for the suppression of this disease. The 'Henry Miller, Captain Dickson, re turned to Newcastle on Saturday, having struck on a sunken reef or shoal in latitude ,20-51 south, longitude 158-2 east; remained .fast .thirteen hours. Had to throw.part of the cargo overboard jfthe vessel making 10 inches 'of water per hour. The shoal was not visible abov...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
Wi have heard with, pleasure that As C.P.S. ©f Tutatlt Ma forwarded certain fines to the Gundagai Hospital that used to be handed fiver to the Adelong institution, when it existed, and we trast this action indicates a fecognition on the part of the people of Tnmut of the necessity of supporting bo beneficent and excellent an institution in these districts. We hope that, laying aside 611 petty jealousies and small rivalries, the inhabitants of Tumut and Adelong will unite to contribute to the maintenance of the Gun dagai Hospital. It should be needless to urge how- necessary sucn an institution, h to n population who are, from tho nature of their occupations, liable to serious casualties, and we have again and again pointed out that the dwellings of our laboring classes are utterly inadequate to furnish the comfort, quiet, and other conditions frequently essential to the tecovery of those who have been injured or Rtrioken down bv sickness. The efficiency of the hospital regulations, ...
HOW I SPENT CHRISTMAS YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
HOW I SPENT -CHRISTMAS YEARS ?'?; - ? ago. . In tbo year 1862. Mr Belaud, who had great inflnence with the Governor, succeeded in obtaining a leasa of run for pasinrnl pill-puses on the banks of the Ynhonp; That grand river had only been explored uVioiit two years before that' time, and there were but two other stations upon it. I joined Jlr. Beiasco, as a partner, and we stocked the run ?with sheep nnd cattle. After we had been on tho station about two years, Mr. Bslasco brought his wife and an only daughter to reside with us. About this time my brother Charles joined us. He was then twenty-three years of age. : , The river, as most of yon know, is one of the fineBt in Australia. It was about three hundred yards in width where our homestead was erected. The banks rose for a consider able distance by an easy slope, then suddenly for about forty yards. Above this rise a beautiful plateau was formed, at the back of which there was a dense scrub or jungle, through which it was difficul...
POETRY. IMPOSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
[?] IMPOSSIBLE. There liei— I 1-riow not in what land, Nor if thoro bo such land an earth— A little collate, only planned For use and oicplo worth. 'Tie neither ruoV, nor yet reBnnn', But bears a touch of-Naturo's art, ' Aa if 'twere to its owner's mind ? A fabric of bis heart. - . By window-lights nlonp reva-1e.1 Il« wailp, ita very roofs concealed In vise-clad trellisos. - ' A lnna Brppn ne*t imnn ft lull, ? With field* and hloomly orchard* round, An eyeiot in a landscape still, Mcjutio and profound. For thorp the mountain peaks arp spurred Upward in miahty leant and frej, And there & dreamy boom id heard : 'Low from a sleeping «ea. Within thn rot are hool» well-Mnnad, Tho eBthered wisdom -if all time, Cherished and stored' by hearts as fond Ae ever beat in rhyme. By hfartf— nn mnrr ! Thp re i» no Ufi ? ' iA here enih n vision could bw r*nlj Drarent, ' ihy ' heart, must understand What. I unspbien feel. There may he pots, and vinp.« nbovp, But »u-ih n H 'p.n|.nrt mich 'hrc...
PARLIAMENTARY EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
PARLIAMENTARY EPITOME. In the Assembly on Tuesday, on tho motion of Mr. Rolertson, the seat of Mr. George Thornton, for tho Gold-fields West, .was declared vacant. A message from thetGoycr,nor.was received, announcing tho Roval assent to the Staniu Duties Act. Mr. Samuel gave notice of his intention to move next day, for leave to.introdtice a bill to enable tho Collector of Customs to retire on a superannuation allowance. Petitions were received from Mary Single ton, of Patrick's Plains, praying for inquiry into her claim for compensation ;'and from W. and S. Clift, for a bill to .empower them to , grant mining leases. In aiiswer to questions from Mr. Martin, Mr. Robertson said ho would next day lay on the table tho despatch of the Secretary of State on the Treason Felony Act; and Mr. Samuel said Mr. Duncan had been restored to office, all the papers would be laid -on the table next day, and the finaucial statement would be made if nothing uuforscen occurred to prevent it. Mr. Parke...
KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
KI.INDRA. (from our cohbespondest.) January 2. — The heat, even up here, hasloen intense for the last fortnight — on the 24th nit. it reached 9H in the shade— but the 'grass continues to look maguificeut. The Christmas sports passed off well hero, races and games being the order of the day, and I have heard of but one accident. This happened to Thomas Nnttal, of New Chum hill, who had a heavy fall from his horse and now lies in a precarious state. Little is doing in mining matters, but the prospectors at the Three-mile reef have come on a very good leader, from which they last week obtained abouc 12 ozs. of gold from a few dishfulls of the quartz. The vein is about 2J inches in thickness iu places, aud at others hardly perceptible, with occasional bunches of quartz. These latter are rich in gold. At Charcoal reef the water in the race is failing fast, and scarcely sufficient remains to turn the wheel that works the pump. Tho extra cast ings for Atkinson and Ellis's pump are to hand,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
^Wanted Immediately, $. Dill MAKKR3 nnd TE UIS of FBSOBRS, Apply to JOHN MAOPHKIHON, Temoro, Morangarell, Yonng. ?$ A Private Tutor, ~J ABOUT to 0LO1E an KNa\(l'MT.VT, wi.hfs to obtain n Bituotinn as TE^OEIICR in n reipri-laWn family (Prote.Mnk). For cluracter aM qnoliflnniiono refnrenco miy ba made to Mr. Kobcrt son, S .licitor. Tumut, and to Mr. H. J. Sharp, Qrpenhilla, Ado'oni?. Addrers: J. W., oare . Mrs, Brownlie, Yarranrjo billy, via Tumut. \i : £10 Reward. *- QTOLUJf or SIR VTED from Toomn Station, in O Novemher, 18-58, n DAEK CH KSNDT UARE, ? mill star in forehead, branded G near side. r.Tne above reirarri will be paid on conviction of the thief, V stolen, and £2 for tuoh information ns ahall lead to the recovery of the mare if strayed. 'i\ ' : HEKEZ MKYBR. ?^?'^ :'?:?:?:»? -;: .J. .-;:-;^.: .. :.? j:.. ..,:,. f& £2° Reward, ^ rOST out of tho Police pidriorb, at \fnx\ J Wagea, a Brownvbay HD1WR, CB/hrtr rump, Q over triangle off1 ehoulder. If stolen, t|)B nbovb rewar...
THE OIDIUM TUCKEH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
TUB OimVil TOCKSU. Tan B. if. Btrali thus rommoiiti upon Mr Now nn'» propoied hill (a milder sulphuring of Tiaci at tacked by tliii Tinc-ditMso compulsory : — The mj-celiu-', or web of the fungus, spreads with gr at rapidity over the grapo ami 41m leaf, and upward from lliis shoot 'ho wed storm, whioli ripun ntidtliroK off vf««fU .HIM with «oed- [ and tli!-«e fl ut upon I lie s:r for hundred! of wile*, maturing ihe cpore*, tmd oasting them as they go upon fertile nr infertile surfaces, like the ruit which attack*, whertt A vintTard, consequently, although. Ilia-, r. uglily ieotitcd, may infect the vines of loialitie* I.i ii'if Infiiei riusyj n,id should Ilio owner Ilieruf decide upon do'ng nothing to cheok it, wide spread and irreparable inisohief may be (lie result of bisj i editor. If ereryb djr «ere touiiblt of Uis.'omt'- interest, aiid alive to tae importance of app ytng.ait' immediate ntn dy/lbere wjuU bo no occasion lo - rteorl to compulsory ruaoimeuU armed with print ties | b...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
NEWS OF THE WEEK. With this issue We present our regular subscribers with an Almanac, which will be found to_ contain much useful information for farmers, as well as somo interesting items for the general public. On Sunday last a boy named Clarence Griffiths, son of Mr. Griffiths of the Junction Hotel^Hlllas*:. Creek, was . tbTowji-Jfroin his hnrse/hnd' sustained a seyereyinjtfry to his head, his skull4ieing/fracture& ( He is under the cajfe of Hi. Large, of Wug'ga Wagga, who reports him to be in a very precarious state. : . As regards milling news in the Gundagai district we may state that claims on the Prophet's reef, Kinio, are generally promising very well. T. Field and party who lately, as we recorded, had such a satisfactory crushing, are about again to have some promising looking stone crushed, and the party in the next claim, No. 9 north, are also raising very g--od quartz, as are Jenkins and party and those at No. 7 north. Altogether there are about 14 claims that a...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
STJJXEr. 7Flour,Jfcs-perton,£Mr1ofiaft- /Z- ? Wheat, per bushel trull '-; Maize ditto, 3- |i Ct ? Oats ditto, 3s fl 5 Bran, per buahe.1 Is |d 2. Pjtctocs, per ton £5 ' Hay, ditto, £3 to £4 . -
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
ADELOXGf. (FEOII OUB C0UIUS3P0NDENT.) January 17th ? I really am wearied of de scribing the heat, wind, dust and otbet dis comforts to which we are at present sub jected. I was going to say they are unbear able, but as we have to bear them, aud dp not expire under the inmctiou, I suppose I canuot thus characterise them. They arc, however, very hard to put up with, and a mau who preserves hi» temper quite unruffled in the present temperaturo must indeed be angelic iu cool weather. . . . I regret to ray that the poor fellow named .Pewter wlo, as i ueutioucd iu my lost letter, received severe internal injuries from his' horse running him up against a tree, has since died from the effects of tho accident. He leaves n wife nnd three children to. lament -his loss. We celebrated New Year's Day by n cricket match between th» players on the opposite aides of our creek, which resulted in the townsmen gaining the victory. Mining news is scarce,, but I hope yon will not therefore conclude that ...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
ALBUB.T. Flour, 2ne, per ton, £17' to -£19 ?;? 'H Hay, ditto, HI to Hi 10- Wheat, per buahel, 7» 6i to 8s - Bran, ditto, Is. - Maiao, ditto, 4i61 to 5s Oats, ditto, 4a. Potatoes, yin ton, £8 ta £10
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 9 January 1869
TUMUT. (FItOM OUR COKKESPOSTEST.') Javuaey 7th. — Local news of public interest is extiotnely scant, the chief topic discussed by us being the rather dreary one of the drought, and the probability of its continuance or break-up. During the last few days our hope3 have been raised by signs of a change, but as yet these indications have proved delusive. On New Years' Day morn ing thu weather looked lowering, and a few scattered drops fell ;? bnt tho high, dry wind that prevailed at the time carried off tho rain clouds to more favoured rcgiuus. I hear grievous complaints from many of our towns folk, owners of milking cows, and working horses, of the conduct of some of the travelling shepherds, who, not satisfied with feeding their sheup on our scanty town pastures, finish the work of demolition by firing the bU9h in their transit. Terhapa the institution of a 'Bush- fire Suppression Association,' with a reward fund, might put a stou,to this 'evil- About two , years ago a number of our ...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 16 January 1869
alb a&r. Flour, Bne, per ton, £lf to «?. , v[--'-- *^ ' Hay, ilitto, £ttu£«lu- , i\\\ Wheat, per buahel, 7a. »i rrOt ? HI '* ? ' ' Bran, ditto, Is. ?' ? . ?' ? . Maiic, ditto, 4i 6 J to 6a ' Oats, ditto, 4i ? ' ' Putatues, per ton, £8 to £10