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P. AND A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898
P. AND A. SOCIETY. , A JinRTiNG of the committee of the Gund'igai P. and A. Sociaty was hold on Tuesday last, tlioro boing presont : — ^Messrs. KcDdall (chair), Griffln, llar»r.'avoa, Palmoi1, C.irr, GIas3i;ocl:, Eall, Kavon, Weoltes, Oliver, Lenry, nnd tho seoi\tiry. Apologies woro received froin-Mr. Uobineon nnd Mr. Kyle. A lettor was road from Mr. IJ'irnts, JIP.i informing tho coni milteo that ho hid nrr.tngod tho depu tation to tho Ministor for Lands as askod. The sub-oommittoo appointed to roviso I bo schodulo presented their report, which tho secretary reed. Tho schedule was discussod from start to Dnish, nnd some vory valuable altor .ations hnvo been mndo to this year's schedule. In tho sheep section the Yabtroo E tato has' given a tr.iphy' va'u'ed a £5 ua for tho champion mrrino ram, and tho Nangua Estate a liko trophy for tho champion merino ewe ; nnd in tho whrat Rpction, n. apeiial wheat f rizo of £G Cs is offorod .for 'tho boat bug of milling wheat. In mnohinerv tho soci...
RACE COURSE RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898
..'. RACECOURSE R'ESERTE. '' A^meetiso of the Trustoes of tho Gundagai Racecourse Reservo was hold on -Tuesday last, thore being prosent : — Mi6srs. Bibo (cliair), DodJ, Leary, and Elworthy (lion, sec ) An nc count from Messrs.'1 Cook and Co,., ii, was passed for payment. The damage done to tho building in the rocent wind storm was placod in Mr. E. Loary's hnnds 'for afctontiou. Tlio caretaker ro;ortod that ho had sunk a well, and' nsl,od tho 'Iru-tsos if thoy .would brick it. Tho hrn. sec. was int-truoted to call for tondord for tho bricking of tlio same.
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898
CLIPPINGS. Ex-Oap'ain Dre-fu« has cabled to h;s Wifs that he r-j-ices with his frionde, and that Iih health and spirit* are good. Mr. C. B; Smith, the Unitad.States Po-t- nwte -Gi^netal, says that the introduction of an oc- an penny $--»? age would hepnmaturo so far as ihe U i!cd States ate concerned oa account of their extended land area. Steel rails are being largely exported from the United States to B- mbay, Barbados, and Ireland. --. ?- Heavy eno-V8forms and severe gales havo swept over the State of New York, piiralys iott traffic of every discription. A dozen fatalities have been repoitid from Kottor. Several wrecks have taken place on the At lantic -coast. : ? The Channel ?qnndron has been ordered to leave Gibraltar on December 10 for home waters. Other naval preparations ure relax* inp.. Lord Mount Stephen, of Montreal, Canada has dis i tbuted f 5C0.C00 am»ug 35 of his ro latives, instead of making a will. Two persons have bnsn arrested at Fu?. ham, London, on suspicion of h...
RESERVE FROM SALE FOR TRIGONOMETRICAL PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898
RESERVE FROM SALK FOR '-TRIGO- NOME'CRIOAL PURPOSES. LAND 11ISTBICTS OF GUNDAOAI AND TrjIUt. The follnwlng land h»a been ri aorved fn.m ale under the provisions of seotion 101 of the Cniwti hird Act of 18S4, petidirn' do te initiation of the part to be set apart for trijio-iometrinnl purposes. ? No. 28,544. County Huc-leuch, tarish of fTiixAT .lftfrn. rnntflininr* nn nrpu nf olin.ih fi/V »urep. The Crown lnnila w-ithin the follow- . ?. ing boundri-s : Commencing at a point hearing south 16 degrees 17 minntes east and distant; 17 chairs 73 links from Co -rft- jago 'iTignnitnetriol Station ; and I oui.d'd tlie- ce on the south by a . line henrint; west 25 chains ; thence 'n part of the west by a line hearing north 14 chains 7 links to the south boundary of .William Colliaou'a cor.» iliifonal lease 1,284 j thence on part nf the, iorth by part of that boundary beuring rast 15 chains 7 link* ; thence on the remainder of tlie west by p. rt of ihe east boundary of he conditional le vse nfo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 3 December 1898
0^jaig5F0]5§0^iai^iP0j5, DENTISTS. :-. 'ypp'Tgy Ky+ T»y «cp — -WILL VISIT ? ' GU'NDA.GA I FORTNIGHTLY, — and may be consulted at — BOY A L HOTEL. + + x Date of Next Visit Tuesday, Wodnesduy and Thurs day, Dee. lath, 14th and 15th. New Butchery. -IMF0ETANT N0TICE. TO GUNDAGAI INHABITANTS. W. F.~^gH WISHES to notify the publio of Gnu-, dagai that he haa purchased the well-known Butchering Busiu ss u«ar Fry'a Hotel, Gundiigai, so long_;Bnd successfully conducted by Mr, A. Vts^tmu^, and trusts «u luuciyu au valuuuiuii i^l s^- i.jJBfcrouttgo eu liberally bestowed iu \na' piBt.upon tho former owner. The public can rely- upon receiving none bat the brstcf Meat,, and tho Small Goods and other specialities will bs of Uiu best. W. Fa~SASM9 WHOLESALE & RETAIL BUTCDER, G U N D A.Q--A » ?'?' . Gondaoai;— Edited, jrrinJcd and published by PATRiCK.»nd Jambb Sullivan, smIb proprietors, at the office, Shciidun Street.'
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
POLITICAL PIPS. ', ? Mr. Rnnnlil'nn : I ilrkire to nsk tho SiiLTet'iiy.for 1'iiblic Woika if hois uwurts ll at lond uouiractors in the country, after their wtn'k li--s-bcen nienKiiTtl and punuetl by tho local ro d fuperinte dta', urc aubj cted In greut »nd umincepsary ikluy licfo:d they can net iheir niom-y V For nbotil five week'* coniract'iiBiiio Uej.t miming iilwut the sown, rnnniiw/ ii.tn A hfc jini! njor' Cfiicrincr their ;rcdit. Will the Minister kindly piomUo to m k« an i' qniry, anil -1» iinty with what is ii di-g'nci'fu! niiifaoui ? Mr. Vutiug : The linn, meniler ii si'arcc ly in order in p«tiin» his rrquvst iu liiisway. At i he same tim ?, 1 sliiill 1)» i'l.«l to loot; in lo tho matter, and nny panimilar matter thai lie may )mt hvtore me. It is all vory we 1 for tho lion, member to make vaau* charge* that io»d contructnrs are allowed to ivmnin for n hmtl timu witlii-ut their lnuuej ; but 1 iifBurt, witlnuit fear of contr.idivt'on, that uulesn thcrn ar ? some dtbls o«iu(f b...
THE STORY-YEELLER. UNDER PALSE COLOURS. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
TUTS STOKY- SELLER. ~BSBSRi= crrACiKR xfrr. ' In C T'ji/i fiMiy f-n.'l 1 b'jth know 'Jh llh ii 11 nol u.*nct!vv our first, en counter, Imt, very much to ray pr. Mint Ti'liof, fine Jh iu ttlluwion niiirfo to llie '' fout.,- bikI ucil-hor the. doctor nor Mi«. , Itfitlillfllon im-.igino tlmt I ha'v« - 'ntumbU'd upon what may (rove tu iiiiiirrtimt. item in lUo ulticldutiutl of ? the lriurd r ims'rry. Fur F icfK'ct Hint, the h-i:.daotr.e ,' '' Tigorous :n.m fcloro tno, may iilco.hovo n-on tbo aiip.ri'.ion that fijghujjud mo ro touibl\ tho oilier dj.v, and that he juny be 'bio to indicate Ho exact identity. Ji'Jt, J d.-im it vi'mo to s^y . - i.otliing on tho sulj-U until I am o! ce rt ore aluue with Mrs. Uidd)cU-u, va, ttuugh our call at llie doctor's is ' smuIq as )-lu.»nnt. as pO:ublo, ur.cl though ho yiavps himself a very fas .« IL.' -'. ? i .1 '... n.-r:i-(.voii lli^r n It jt T n til PR Or to bo ou iho move agiiin, iu crdrr that I mny bo able lo relieve my mind of ,, j tbe weighty mut...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
USEFtTL HINTS. Charcoal, used on a burn, causes Jiain to lesBen at once ; it also forms a good poultice for wounds and sores. Sultana iaieins are »ery wholesome for children. . ? A alinct nf \ivphr1 lihilpfl in Vina flniin .will prevent pens Jrom etfekinip; to the / bottom. For difficulty in breathing or asth ina, live as much as possible on car '^k iota and leeks for one moulh. _JB» - Hie true sign of heulth.is a eparkrv ling eye. ..-.- Too many potatoes, biiichera' meat, or milk not tcalded, croate' wornis in 'children. ? Nervous people \vill find singe and thyme, used bo a tea, give them relief. Brandy first, whisky stoond, fin third, ruin last, if used to excess, eat the liver entirely' away. ????
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
Proposed Presbyterian - Church. A MEETING of Prebbyterians will he' held al Ciuvuicl'i- Hotel on PIUDAY, 9m DECEMBEE, at 4 30 p.m. J. C. M'LEAN. ' ASS1MBLY JIALL, GUNDAGA1. ':. J I — RETURN VISIT— . To-morrow Night ?? THURSDAY, '8th DliCEnlBEil, — of the L'opulnr — IRVE HAYMAN'S DRAMATIC CO. FIRST pi eduction ii\ OunJagai of (Jenry Pctiit's gieat sci-a-Uional coniticy. I Bwma, in five ai-l*, 'j TMW iffi©K wssm9 Dealing with the great U-b ir problem -— TIIE GREAT FCRNACJ3 SOESE.— ,-' Interpreted by Ihe ni'-ar popnl r Dramatic. Company travelling the nioviuces uf - : Australia.' ' THE IKON KlNa is interapprsed with, the latest soucp and dances. ' ', J'OPDLAR PRICKS— 3s., li., la. Box plan ut U. Draine and Co's. . . . DAKlfEY LEVY, -,_ Advaneo KopiLscutitiro. '' AUCTION SALE. .-- ' . -E TO . . w. eTkyle ? HAS received initiuctions , io h-II by public auction, at FRY'S UALIj, On Thursday, Beceiinljer 8, At 2 o'clock, General Storo Goods in an Aisi^ncd KsUte, cossiitiiig L idles' .mil Ch...
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
POLITICAL PIPS. o Jditd IIaynf.s has evidi'iitly solved Mona Caird'i--, ' Is marrtugo a failure' problem. The ot er day ho vas 'hitehid' for the third lim-. . ? .-?' '??? ? Tub political Iscariots of :the north ie ceived a befitting rewanf, when the House refused to bestow on thtm the fine fat perks attaching lo the Public Works (Jommittee. ' This Housf,' said Mr. Criclr, ' wouU soonor vote fivo millions of -Wii money, thiin its niombeis woald put their hand in theii1 pockets and give a 'hob* each lo a chatity.' At prftsont there tiro a number ot vacan cies iu tho Legislative Council, and when Parliament goes into rrcess Reid will send a r.umber of political supporters. up to the 'House -if Fools,' und also a couple of quondam opponents. TiiJiiiE will be u bye-election for a counr try seat ero long. Ouo raonitibr is well up in Quetr street, and will have to go through acourao.of legal whitewa^liiug to fit.iuni once moro to asaiiciaio with' the pri-at iti iBiit:c-i/3 ui lim i\iiic(ji...
STATION AND FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
STATION AND FARM. Tiiep.e is a duty of 25 per cent in Queensland on imported 'possum ru^s. OvkK £40,000 puid for a small estate of 43J5 in.ro*, at C'llleraine, Victoria, by Jack Huxley, one of tho l»nky disnover.ts of tho famous Londonderry Mine, West Australia £9 15s per acre wos paid for the land. Kow that the warm weather has sot in vermin are beginning to make their appear fowl house from vermin scalding lye is the best, and is the only ellectual means of nit as well as the full grown veimin. Make a lye as for soap, with washing tuda, lime and water, ar.d either spray it onto iho walls and into the crack?, or use a pint pot and throw it. If the house is a well built one, without any crack?, and can be shut up tight, fumi gating with sulphur will soon rid it - of vermin. The total quantity of milk brought into Paris last year was 43,929,915 gallons. The quantity of milk yielded by cows kept in the capital and suburbs was about 20,500,000 gallon-* ; so that the totnl consumption w...
SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
SPORTING.^ '' .-.caiAa.Tr irbiKsia j^ : ' BV . GNACbO. . . ,.? A 'great buckjiimpjng contest was wit nessed at Bendi'go the; other.', day. A horse sale was being hilcTty a mm of uuctioueers, aiid ut the conclusion of the sule one of I!ei digo's best rou^h rider.', fancying thut he had an animal unusually good in the urt of buckjumpii -g, ,-. '.threw out a challenge tu all and Buudrj' that no one dould mount mid av\coesBfully ride it with epurs for len min u'.es. 1 be challenge was no sooner made young feilyw hailing from Queensland, who hud horaes at tho sale, and the ueceesaiy cg reement and atakoa having beeii deposited in the hun^sof a responsible person, ah ad journment was. made to the convincing ground, adjoining the. sale yards. * * - The animal chosen was a chestnut more in fine (.'audit-ion, with au eye posseosiut; all the chaiactcristica of vice, temper' -and wickedness, und the Queensliuider was no aooner in the aiiddla thau he commenced to experience what is gccerally un...
GAZETTE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
GAZETTE NOTIGE. It is declared that the measured portions hereunder sjiociGed, whioh are paitly;Within the Land District of Gundagoi, in the Eaatern Division, and partly in the Land District of Waggfl. Waggain the Central Division, shall be, and are hereby declared to be wholly within tho Land District of Tiinrinrrni nnrl f.Tln *P!n.sf.n-n TliTria^rtM viz. : — County of -Clarendon, pirishes Wantiooland Jeralgambetb. Portions 60 of S9f acres, 70 of 45 acre?, pariah Wantiool, and 185 of 160 acres, and 160 of 13 7-} acres, parish of Jernlgam. belli,- — as Bhowri on plans catalogued C. 1,605, and 1,276-1,578.
DEATH OP HON. J. TYSON THE QUEENSLAND MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
DEATH OF HOk. J. TYSON THE QUEENSLAND MILLION tf AIRE. ~'-\ ShisbAne, Monday.— -News reached ;, ? ' .Brisbane yesterday, that Mr. James .Tvsod, M.L.C., the well-known mil lionaire squatter, had berh found dead in his bed at Felton Statior, on 1 . iho Darling Downs, Where he princi pally resided. ? Mr. Tyson had been ailing for sotne weeks past, but abso Inlnlv VnfiiRed to RGn a do'cior. Durincr the paBt few 'dnys .ho became very y weak, and on Sunday morning he waB \ found dead in his bed. He appears W-, to have passed away very quietly. It i,vas at first proposed to bury him in Svdney, but it' lfaS-. since been decided i^_m__^^^2&0tj*gg^^/KtJ£)Oiabn on Tuo.-,day ;!9HMHH|^^^HHH^' T- MbDonald ^]PaterfloB^^BIPBP^G'6 legal adviser, on receipt of the news yosttrdsy at once left for Felton. v ;4~ .Mr.. James Tyson, was born on April : V H, 1823, at his father's farm at Cow ;?', pasture, N.S.W. He started life as a :?'??'?? ; working overseer at £30 per annum. In 1846 he joined hi...
LADIES' COLUNM. CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
LADIES' COLUMM. ''CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. (Br ' L'adv Bliknev.') At the present time, music teachers who ate not competent to prepare Ihoir pupils for exr/ra'natioBB, both ^ practical, and theoretical, in music, might just rite well 'shut up shop.' , The reBultof the reoont examinations Vi *il(J nunf url tit a f. hnf.Ii ton .-- lift Pa nnrl pupils are endeavoring to obvain satiB faotory result*, , and that they succeed in that resolution. Some of the can didates, who 'offiared themselves lor ' examination were mere babies almost, while others had long ago attained their majority. Of course, girls formed sthe greater proportion' of the candi s' dates. ? - 1 think that wherever' we gar or ?whatever we'aro at, 'girls are still al ways in the mojoritv. We would like ?to know one thing,. ' Where are our spare men whom Lord Currjngton 'advised tfe/'Tg^ish girls to come out ftnd'ho»!^g|BP?ra afraid if they came they wouJTTbe either on the shelf with their Australian sisters (as the Aus t...
PROPOSED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 December 1898
PROPOSED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Tue 'local Presbyterians purpose endeavouring to establ'sh a ohurcli in Gundagai, and for this purpose a meeting is to be hold nc Cauvarel's Hotel on Friday next. An effort will be fiifat mado to secure a minister, and this matter will bo brought before tho Preabytory when it mf ets in Sydnov noxt week. Tho sito for the church has already b?en socurcd, as also has tho organ, ami if tho 'support accorded is of an encouraging nature it will nob b6 long or=i another noble edifico de voted to the service of God, rears its he«-d in our town. '\Vo havo no doubt but that our Presbyterian friends will receive tho hearty coop enition of all denonrnnfcions, as they (the Presbyterians) have, in tho pant, helped to ' put in a few bricks '?' in tha various. churehea in town. . -'?- ''?'?'?'. '- ?? ;''*S~ '??.??':s-2',-~:'-.'*' '??;??-' ??'? '**.y*-. '???? AtistraliVs richost man — Jimmy Tyson— « dead. Are you hot ? Don't be alarmed ; McGuiie ia coming with his lovel...