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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

$L'- IHE PEOPLE'S PAPER %??-' ? ? ? ? !'-,*?«-«. . ' .-uin1' -^ ' ? , O '^ - ?* ' ' jfe -Conducted 'on Democratic and i;.;,-- - - - ' , Liberal, Lines. i;r - GUNDAGAI INDEPENDENT,' rir, / - And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS , The INDEPENDENT wi 1 be run on broad and liberal lines, and will :'' contain all the latest Political, Comrnercial, Mining, Sporting and General News. A good Serial Story will be corximehced in an early issue, as we well know that people like a peep at the sentimental, as well as serious :l side of Life. -,;-'. ' ? 'We have made arrangements with a Leading Sydney Lady Writer to ^'?c 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. «? «,____ ? ? ? r ' lia 1,1, f 'I \ . .???..' jv'£- ORDINART ;^EB.' PAR. ADVTS. Tv First Inch - - 3s One Inch or Less - 4s ?- ' Each Additiona...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

? Our Directory. i ? 4 ? AH CHEE, Oorioiti! Importer, SherltUn Biro.-t. ? ' BIBO, VV., Ironmonger, &o., Sheri.lan UtiOI't. __ ? ? '?'Y^AUVISRAIjI., A., Koyul Hotel, Shori ' V: I ? tinn.atVt'ftt . ? f. ^OKNIO I 1 liliUrf., gui.erul alorektepois, \j Wuhelm-ilri-i I. DODO as-d CO., general., storekeepers, Shcriilnn.Btroiit. ? ?/?'UUFFIM ANU VYueltcs, solcito » ami VX '?!]]-] lvifc oomiii'BHOiiors, \\ ilhelm-sl.. KYLE, W. E., Auctioneer, Stoitk, St\ tion and Go cral Com. Ai(ont. ,-r (jOMES, X, haiid. essar and tobaocn |_Lj nist, Sheridan-street. MACSrJJSN- &1 '8-M, AueU-uoer*, eic Agents f..r rini-vcttiag Mnrlrnery NASH, VV. F., \Vh..le»..le ami Ituiui^ Butcher, f-berid in-stri-tl. ? ^_ O'~'' ItMISTuN & OUMISTON, Dentia's Timmr. Visit Ounflagiii f riii.jjli'ly. 'DA6K, A, Dentist, Sherida2-stjeul, i tippoaie i rottj i n'i». *I~-Y.\N, M., the People's Dniper, fciheri - .ITV rian Street. ? SOLOMON, P. and S., Storekeepers Wiliielm-Hlicct. ! S.UN YEK'A CO.; General ?...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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"GRACE." [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

'GRACE.' :Tho formcr.Duko of Dov.onshire, when in Iiela'hd visiting his estates, was struck with the beauty of one of his tenant's daughters, about 17 years of ago; and upon taking leave of hei mother his grace suggested the pro priety of sending pretty Ellen to Chatswoith to lc.un the ait of housekeeping. The invi tation w.n accepted, -ind the period till Ellen's departure was . made the most of by tlio mothci, who instructed her in good! manners, ,.ind. as ' your honour ' is eon- I Bidered the most distinguished mode of salu- , tation in Ireland, Ellen's mother, wishing , her to observts tho mles of etiquette, dinned | it into hor ears'— ' how Welly, iniml when j jou speak to his honour, nlwnys pay ' your i grace' ' Nelly was accustomed to bay graco ' befoic and after dinner, and when sho had ! arrived at ChatSTOrth', upon her first meeting with his honour, his graco, chucking Nelly under the chin, was about to kiss her, when, turning her head round, she said, .' Stop, your honour...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

General Information! -? ♦ . — .? ?- The Crown Princess of Greeoe is a trained nurse. Gardening has been the Pope's hobby for twenty years. The Duke of Portland has 125 square miles of land re--erved for sport. _ ? Mr. Chamberlain smokes ten cigars a day. jura, juangiry }s Deuevea to ue tne wealthiest actres3 in the world. Tho late Prince Bismarck smoked his - twelve pipes a day almost up to the very last day. _ : Priuce Hoheulohe, the Imperial Chan cellor of Germany, although nearly eighty years old, rides a bicycle. Ben Jordan, the well known prize fighter, is the son of a London clergyman. OiiAnn Vinfnrin. in t.hp nwnnr nf thn finest herd of polled cattle in Groat Britain. The Tsar is said io be the only European monarch whose life jb not insured. Mr. Chamberlain never touches any thing stronger thnn water on jlv0 yfi of a long speech. i--P-'^ 1110 xxtuueos ul vvtues lias a iiurror ui high- heeled boots, and has never per mitted her daughters to indulge in this fashion. Hendrik Ib...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amusements in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

Amusements in Canada. A country of the extent of Canada (says a writer in the 'New York Tri bune') has. naturally a Kood. deal of variety In -opinion, and custom, What is true of one How'n is not necessarily true of another. In some towns there is much caste., feeling ; the barriers be tween classes' are rigid; and wealth 'Xrnnnira in vnfn nf HlO Pfl I ft . W-hif»h nrifl(* of. birth has closed. In Canada, ris in other places, a few aspirants do noL ?hesitate at any steps by which they hope to pans a social barrier.- A handsome and clover young woman wished to at tend a reception to which she had nj Invitation.'' and determined to gratify h?r .wish; , - ? In i the dvessing-i-oom many .noticed the well-dressed and attractive stranger \vho stood arfa'rt, eagerly watch ing the door,' her perplexed expression growing more marked as nnp aftoranoth er came in. At last she went to a motherly IboUing woman, Mrs. X., and explained : 'I am so much embarrassed. ( Mrs. Y. promised (to meet me he...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. [CorYitimnyl By ltOMA WHITE. CHAPTER I. Thora is in Low Furncss a village built oil tlio margin of a tarn. Tho cottiiges are old 'and grey, with rounded oliimnoy-atacks 3 and outer staircases of worn, moHsy stono; ; tall reeds belt the miter, and yellow flowers, in tlieir season, blossom among tho green. The hainlot is lapped in sloping clovor tields ntid deep cool hazel copses; on the eustern aide n tell, overgrown with bracken and sprinkled with sheep and limestone boulders, divides it from an arm of the sea. To this village — LittleTarnsidu is its name — the mornings and ?'?? - evenings of summer come in dow and porfume, and with song of birds. Tho amoll of Iho i waves iiover reaches it, but storm brings the I wailing of the sea-gulls and the white glint of j their restless wings among the clouds. Frosty autumn twilight woos tho lonely fluting of the robin ; and spring-dawns echo to the whiBtlo of the thrush. A certain April day, in the year 1789, ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANTIQUITY OF THE PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

ANTIQUITY OF THE PIPE According to the 'llevuoEiicyclopedique, ' the idea that the habit of smoking dates only from tho discovery of America must be .abandoned as a vulgar error. Clay pipes which had been used as far back ab the G'allo Koman periol in Francs were found in 1844 j that epoch. Their antiquity was doubted until similar remains were discovered beneath tho foundations of the palace of Charles the Bold. Subsequently upwards of a' hundred prehistoric forges,' of a date anterior to tho Kornan occupation of Switzer land, were brought to light in tlio Burmoso Jura, and smoking-pipes of iron were found in theso. In the prehistoric tombs of Hol land many similar objects wore disclosed; ] and a bronzo pipe, excavated from tho ruins ! of ancient Rome, has been preserved in the celebrated Campana collection now in tho Louvre.- A ,Spanish poem, which is known i to have been composed in 1276, speaking of i ono of the captains.' of tha Christian army, j Pedro Espigol by mime, dc-eiibe...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY IT WAS BRIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

WHY IT WAS BRIGHTER. ? In looking out of doors, do you notice how bright is the green of the grass and the leaves?' asked an elderly gentleman of a little girl whose home he was visiting. ' Yes, sir.1 1 Wliv does it annoar ao muchbriirhter at this time?' he next asked, looking down upon the bright, sweet face, with tender interest. 'Because ma haB cleaned the window, and yon can see out better,' she tald.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Mr. Multy on Conversation. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

Mr. Mnlty on Conversation. ,' 'Conversation,' i said old' Mr.- Multy, 'Is ,a peculiar thing. Just think of lt, Mrs. Multy, how -much there has been of ' it from CJar&en of Rden times down. Of cours'os'A'dam did, - all the talking for a , ,whUe, but when Eve came It was, 'we. 'Infer, 'different.' I have . often' ''wondered- what- sort nf .; onnvprsn'tlnn- .fchn.fr nOnnle -.hnfl: -.Mrs. Multy, for, of course, Adam never Ipst his collar button clown the back of his neck, and Kve never had her clotlies .llne .break and let ,a week's, wash toll down in the mud, because — because—but: that's another .story, an Ruddy Kipling says. But I've often- wondcrdd -if -Eve used to press autumn flg leaves! for their winter clothing, _and how she got along without a Patent Olllce report to press them In; but that,' of course, Mrs. Multy, Is .also extraneous. 'Still, Adam escaped a great many things, my dear; you- will bo obliged 'to admit that.'- 1? don't- believe that -Eve ever got him to- d...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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A GOOD EXAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

A OOOD EXAMPI.K The great Duke of Welliugtou scorned to take a ' bargain 'wrung out of another's necessities. A suggestion was oucc made to him to purchase ufarm iu the neighbourhood of Sttatbaja^telwluch lay contiguous to his estatei^rijmU TOWfefore a valualjle acquisition, to whionWVssented. :When the putob»Be wa» completed',' his steward congratulated him upon harinir had such a bargain/ An the' Seller Wai iu difOcultien, and forced to part, with it. ' What do you mean by a bargain ?'' nskerl the Duke. The other replied, '? If, was raluud at £1,100, and we got it for £800.' ' In that caie,' said the Duke, ?? riu will please to carrj the extra £300 to the lute owner, nnil nrr-r talk me to mo of cheap laud ugniu '

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Home. Children and Sweets [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

The Home. CMldron and Sweets; Public- : taste:, lii.-. matters) of easing changes like everything else, ^nrtiio' .one of the least curious signs of tho, times is the growing 'distaste of the yoiing rot sweets. So writeu il-adyt Violet (Srevillo In the 'Graphic.' It srems so natuial for bhfldreii- to like' sugar, to eat : tarts' and puddlngsi and, suck chocola-tcs and munch fipplos, that It gives one almost -a shock u lion' a schoolboy refuse? sugar In :his tea. dislikes vsugai'-nlums, and turns from sweet dishes with aversion, and yet this'is nowa common occurrence The elders lake -sugar In their tjsa'nnd coffee, and relish the pastry and creams, while the youngsters prefer sp.rd.Iues and lemon squash, and the savouries of dinner. Who keeps all the confectioners'' shops going nowadays, and why! do the cooks still waste their energies on tho concoction of sweet dishes which half the time go down untouched? What does this peculiar Idiosyncrasy denote?.. It seems at present only to per...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OTHER ONE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

THE OTHER ONE. * ~ ' chapter l If any one were to ask me to describe -v.~ : John' Hebberdene's person, I should be tolully unable to do eo. 1 have many times ???' ' ' tried to think how I should do it, and each £ ' ' time I have given it up as an impossibility. '-?' There was ^something so thoroughly com mon-place about him, so entirely uninter esting, bnat strangers wouia naraiy give a * second glance at him, and somehow, al though we all know liis honest face so well, seeing it as we did almost every day, I doubt if any of us could give a description of his features or colouring. It was not that he was ugly— a down right ugly person is sometimes more inter esting, with a thousand and one redeeming points. John was nut particularly ugly, and he had no redeeming points ; at least, that was the general impression left on one's mind after making his acquaintance. I think the most accurate description I can give of him is by likening him to some huge mass of granite, very firm, very st...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Little Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

A. Little Sermon. Only think. If there ., was ''never anything anywhere to beM scjen' ? but gi own-up men find women'! : how we should long for, the sight ,- or a little child! Every Infant comes, into the world like a' flelegated' prophet,* t,he. harbinger and herald of .good j tidings, whose, office tit Is - to turn tho I fathers' hearts to the children, and 'to' draw the disobedient to 'the wisdom -of the just. A child softens and 'piu-'iflescthe11 heart, warming it and.,melllng: It ,by, its gentle presence; It , enriches _ the, soul' by , new feelings, and awakens 'within1' It- what \% ravouiable to1 virtue. It' is 'a beam of light, a fountain of love, a teacher whose lessons few can' resist. Infants 'recall us from much that engenders and encour ages^selflshnessi Athat freezes the .-.aft ec jtlons, roughens- the manners, indurates the heart.1 They brighten the home, deepen love, Invigorate exertion. Infuse courage, and vorlfy.and. sustain the cha rities 'of life.'. 'It would be...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EATEN BY RATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

EATEN BY RATS. The lerrib'e death of u man irho was attacked aud killed by a swarm of rats is described by a writer in tho ' Standard ' : — ' Some sixty or serenty years ago (aayi the writer) thero was a ? .. ? „ pie-maker at Leitb, irho met bis death through rats. It appeared that be had gamed great re pute for his peculiar meat pies, which were con sidered both good aud cl cup. He was a rery industrious man, aud acquired a large connec tion. It was his custom to make his meat pies overnight, so as to be ready for the morning's baking. But for some time past be bad fouud the meat taken out of tbe pies during the night. Tbus matters went on till pies aud all went. This so puzzled bim that he resnlred upou making his pies bk usual, and stationing bimwlf in the bakehouse in the dark to watch for tbe thieres. This be did. Oh tbe following morn ing the neighbours were stirring, but bis shop ? remained shut. They concluded tbat he bad ^y been at work all night, and «?»» harinij a morn- _...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MISER'S HOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

THE MISER'S HOARD. Hare you ever strolled in the quaint old city of Ban Antonio to where the rirer cuts like a steel knife blade through the bills ? It runs in a rift between the hills, as if Nature had carved its course in the dirk and tangled it all up like a silver-blue ribbon in the forest of menquite fringe. Hare you oror followed its windings and looked upon the haunted hi use standing Ligh ' above the river's brim, und seen, dark upon its ' mouldering walls, tho print of a bloody hand ? No? Then I' Bill tell jou the ttorr ; it hnppeutd many years ago. It waB New Year's Erp, and a raw wind swept through the clelts between the hills and : dashed the spray of tbc San Antonio river in a monotonous swish against the strep, overhung- I ing bank. What with the ruB'u of the wind through the trees and the beat of the turbulent wares, minor sounds were swallowed in the general discord of Nature. On the bridge spanning the rirer stood Pitro and Juau Tasca, their sombreros drawn low orer...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVOC PION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898

REVOC riON OF XF.BIlJ0l.iAIiV RE KJiRVuS, ? ? It is h'el eby notified for £»fincrr»l informi ti'jn that the temporary reserve htroundtf dosorilied haa keen revoked :— LANK DISTRICTS OF GCNDAOAt ANJ- TUMOT. Ti igonoruetiic-il reserve 28,214, r otiiioj 24th Septeinbi-r, 1898 County Bticcleuch, parish Cowrnjugo, containing an an a of 109 acn s. The Crown Lands within tho follow ing boundaries ; (jnmmenainff at. h nninh buHring sonth 16 degreei 1? minutes fait, and distant 17 chains 73 links. from Cow rnjftg'i Trigonometrlual station I and- bpun ded thence on tlio east by a lino bearing* north 40 chuins ; thoi ce on the north by' A lino bearing we^t 23 chains ; thence , on the weit, by a 1'na bsaring south 40 chains ; and Ihi-nce on the south by a line bearing east 25 chains, to the point of commencement,— no shown on plan catnlogued Ms. 329 Wga. Rssurve 28,541 for trigoaomo'-rlc il pur* poses, nolirii.d 25th November, 1808, in» eludes part of the abovo. LAND DISTRICT OF CCKDACAI. The l...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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TUMUT COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898

Tdmut Common. In pursuance of the provisions contained infection 25 of the Commons Regulation Act, of 1898, it i'b hereby nolifiod for gene ral inform it ion, that the land hcreunder described, being a portion of tho Tum»l Common, is hereby spouified, ond on the portion speci. eil being I'ncloaeu by a cutti ciant fence, (ho right of pasta i»p« of boniv fide oarrierx. tfaniB'ers, trnvelli-rs, aud droyeia, shall, as to such portion, cease and determine : — County Wynyard, parish Tumur : Com mencing on thy (OHth-western fide of the Recreaciun Reserve, at the junoUDU of Sydney and Clarence streets ; aud bounded thence by tliat recreation reserve north west rly to a lagoon ; thence by a Hue Bonthwusterly tn'Fitzf.y »:reot ; ' thciioi! by th.ts'ioet to Syiluey-strnet nforeial-' ; anil thence by that ttieot -io, ihu p iut of coin menccineut. ' -?; . ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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GAZETTE NOTICES. CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898

GAZETTE NOTICES. _ ? 4 ? . CONDITIONAL LI4ASES. . Notice ia given thut the rents for tho con ditional leases, as follows, huvo been deter mined at the respeotivo rates per acre stated.-— ???-.? LAKD niBTKICT OF GUSDAGAI. No. of lease 28200, Eliza G 1 ogly, Gobar ralong, Conine, county Bucc'euch, parish Bungoiigo, portion 257, iuci applied tor 4'--) iinnoD nrna otrt n I t*f\ A^\(\ -inn □ fain nar- norn 21 ; annual rent, £3 15s. LAND nlSTRIOT OF TUMUT. No. of leaso 2S203, Mnthow French, Brungle, county Bucolouch, parish Tumor rania, poitioneG, 57, and G2, nrua applied for S4P acres, urea pnmtol S'(0 aorcs, rate per acre 2d ; annual rent £7.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ALLEGED ATTEMPTED RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED EAPE. R.-bert Ernest Brown was indictod on n charge of attempting to commit ;i rape on Elizabeth Trudgen at Adoloug oh 14th August last ; and on a secoud count with alleged ir decent uaaaulfc. Jury — Thomas McAlUter, Geo. II, ls.ii!g, .'onn wr-eclen, ai. JVlflnerney, C. W. Vernorj, H. Stuit, E, G. Cookr, \V. J. Gibney, Jamea Puckett, Biund Clayton, J. .Burke, F. Shaw, jun. Accused challenged three jurymen. Mr. Whitf, instructed by Mr. Fraacr, of Tumut, defi-nded the accused, who pleaded not guilty. L zzie Trulgen, tho nroRecutrix, was the firnt wituess callt-d, but im mediately she stopped into the box, she went into a fit, of hysterics and bad to ba c-irrifd out of the court. Her s-is er was then culled. Blossom Trudgon deposed : I lived at Adelong on 1 4 1 h August last; ray sister El zabeth lived with my father, too ; my sister is 25 years of age and I am 1.8 ; remember Sunday,, l-kh of August, last ; 'my', sister ctimo home about 1,0 o'clock that nisrkt ; our h...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1898. BEFORE II s Honor Judge Rogers. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898

QUARTER SESSIONS ? nr_ ? TnunsDAY, DECEjinua 1st, 1898. Before II a Honor JudgB Holers. Mr. Harris prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. ?INFLICTING GRIEVOUS BODILY HaKM. Ah S-»m was charged with malici ously inflicting giievous byd.'ly darm, on 80th October last, at Guudag;ii, on ono Ah Tong. Accused pleaded not guiliy, and was undefended. Ju y : — Patrick Kenny, Robort Deer, Thomas Duly, Andrew AY. Crane, Ht-nry Ehlors, F. A. McEvoy, Michael Quirk, Michael Mahfr, Michael Burke, Thomas Love, II. French, Speucor Grovis. Tho Crown Prosecntor briefly nar rated the particulars of the case. Ah Tong who was sworn by blowinp out a mjti:h, deposed : I am a f irnifr, rcqioirig near Kimo ; was at the Chin ese gardens, on Sunday, 30th October, at 7 o'clock in the morning ; Ah Tip, Ah Tarn, accused, and Ah Pack weie present ; I had sold accused some corn on the Wednesday previously, and he promiand to pay me the money on the Saturday when I came out of town ; anked him for the money on tho Sun da...

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