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POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

POLITICAL PIPS. Hon. C. E. PlLCHEtt : I may nay. that tho general scope of the'Totalisator Bill is to attain two objects, or principally two, at any .rate. The first object is to encourage .horse-racing. by first of all Itoejjine.the num ber of raceoiirees within reasonable limits; and, secondly, by increasing the prizes for which horses run, so as to give a kind of fillip to the breeding of stock and the rais ins; of good horses. More than that, we hope it will encourage racing-in a. more legitimate and desiiab.e way than some imes people think lakes plaoe at present. 'JLh-itis one of the objects. Tha other principal object is the suppression of the more objec tionable kind rf hotting, or at any rale to mako it more dillioult, li-es convtuienfc, and lesi dangerous for the pa'ipk- to indulge Sir Arthur Renwick : I do not profess to be a racing m'in, hut I hear complaints, not only in this country hut also in England in regard to the racing of hnr-e-i ut too early an age, and 1 am vi...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

TRAVELLING STOCK. The following eto.-k- passings are reported this week : 6762 weaner owes, from Corea to Stoney creek, South Gundagai, DfMcCaughr owner, It. W. Gowland in. charge. 400 bullocks, from Dabbo to Nangus, J. W. Eaven owner, J. . C.- Baker, in charge ; 560 aheep, Kimo to Tumut, E. Long, owner, in charge. 6700 sheep from Toorale to Kiandra, S MoCaughy owner, R. Gow laud in charge.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHEAT YIELD. TUMUT DISTRICT ON TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

THE WHEAT YIELt-. TUMUT DISTRICT ON TOP. The Minister for Agriculture bag received a communication from the Goveromtnt StaUationi ip regard to the present harvest. Tlie . Government Statistici»n has com pleted his et.tim.ito of the total area under all crops during the present «puaon, and the results at which he has arrived »ra olnmmnt. tesiimonv to the advances which New South Wal-.s is now making iu the agricultural in dnstiy. Only stveuyears ago— in 1891 — th« area under crops of all kinds only reached 846.383 acres, while it is estimated there »re, at the present time, no less than '2,0-15, COO acres in cultivation, exclusive of tho urea under artifically sown grasses. The' ureat increase has taken place onlv during th' last three years, tho urea in 1895 being 1,348,000 acre*. In 1896, however, there were no less than 311,117 aores added to the extoiit of luhcl^ under tho plough ; in 1897 theie was the further Urge addition of 162, 1 12 acres ; while tho returns whicn have just ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAGNIFICENT YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

? A MAGNIFICENT YIELD. On WedLesday last Messrs. Price and party, of tho Long Flut Mine, washed six pounds weight of gold (nearly pure) from two small dishes of dirt, taken from their mine. The gold was all iu nnpgots and there was a lot more goldtin night, which was to have beeii taken out on Thursday.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. CHATTY N0TES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

SPORTING. CHA'ilT N0TK8; .... DVONAH0O. .... ... ?Mr H Devlin, owner of ffie successful eire, , Snnriao, has had to shift f 1 1 -i stud 'of hor.-ea from Silver Piiies to thoMurriiy oh account xf the scarcity of grass aud water in his paddock'. ? Beforo the Melbourne Cnp The Grafter was advertised for sale in England through the International Hotse Agency for 3000 guineas. Nobody wanted to buy, nn-l when the uews came of ' Big Head's ' great vicory. Mr. Allison (of the l.H A. afiresaiil) promptly reminded tho Knglish men of what they had missed. Heretic haa been put into work again after heing spelled- since the V.lt.C. meet ing. Ho has grown a bit tni'scle sore since his respite, and he is now moving distinctly short, but he will Boon begin to reach out ag.»in as he works along. The feelings of the backera of Shandon towards the judge of tho Victoria (W.A.) Turf Club, when that oflkiil was absent from hia box .at the finish of the Hurdle Race on tho 7th instant, can porhaps be bette...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

WOOL SALES. The market is in a very Btrong and satisfactory condition, and ail descrip tions may b a said, to ba selling well. The irregularity and occasional easi ness in the sales of best greasies may he accounted for by the preHe'nce or absence of orders for America, and also to the fact that the second instal ments of clips are not quite equil to the flrst consignments. For medium groatings all skirtings and seconds tho nwrkot is very active, and very satis factory prjees ara being obtained all round. Th« following lots were aold during the week : — GJ (reversed) over Adelonp, 21 bales hoggote, ewes and wethers at 8Jd ; HW over Tumut, 21 hairs of well-grown, brght nud free wool, at -S^d ; . FF in diamond, from Tumut, 8 bales of fine, but a little fatty, wool,' nt 8£d ; Darbalara over WB over S, from Gundagai, 86 bales first oroonbred hogget', wothnrs and ewes at 7jd, 29 bales P-^t pieces and fin-t crotebrid at 6d, 19 bales second pitcaa croesbred at 4^d.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

USEFUL' HINTS. ? :;' For sore eyes,, drink eyebright tea, and wash tho eye willi it, adding a Jew drops of vinegar, -'; . Four ounoea of mutton fat taken from next the kidneys, melted and strained, and wlv n cool mixed with oue pennyworth of rod pre cipitate, is one of. the best remedies for bad le-!8. . ? The.bP8t pills aro nvide from rqual parts of bitter ? aloes; Turkish -rhubarb, and eennu leaves, dried in lire oven and rubbed to » powdir, these to be mixed in a : little ;whi.ky to furni a paste. .. t ? The moBt Useful remedy to soothe cross children is half an ounce 'of ground 'ginger, half.aty ounce of. munneeia, and a qimvUr of u,n . oun'oe ql Turkish rhubarb ..mixed in cold water,; f;ive one. teiispoouful as n qu;reil. Tho most delicate person will find gi cat nouriahment from half an ounce of. isingluai boiled in half a pint of milk, aud sweetened to taste.. ' Fiir weak eyes bathb them in water with a little drop of vinegar in it. For cramp hold a little flour of- sulphur i...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SAD SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

A SAD SIGHT. .On. Wednesday afternoon last we saw out along the main road near Spring Flat, a sight that was heart rending and pad. There was an able. UUU1CU liilifl LIUlllU^ U C91UUI1 IIUIIU-UIIXU, in- which :.wai stowed a number cf ar ticlrs, and on top were three little children, barefooted, with little cloth ing on, and suffering %vith bad eyes. Hanging on to the back of the cart was the father of tbo man pulling it, and ho could just toddle along with tho uid thus rendered him, his 70 odd years tellng too much on him to get along without help. But tho sadd- et tiling of the whole lot was to see the mother of the children tram/Jng bo hind with an infant in hor arms. The woman was ill-clad, had on no hoee, wore a pair of old boots, and had tho babe pre-eed closo to hor bosom, and covered up wiiii a okirt. A gust of wind blew tne skirt out of place once, and tbun it was seen that the infant was naked. Such a ver. table pour trnyal of'tha grim spectre of poverty we hiwe ne^er seer'...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

LADIES' COLUMN. ; CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. (By. ' LA»rBLtBNEY.'- ;; . : '.' TnsnK ttf no doubt that wo nntives are o pleaauro-lovii g jnyouv.pBQpic, &ud at no lime ia this yaiiounl trait more mnrkorlly shown thnn during the present festive season. Go where you will, genial greetings, hearty handshakf a, and expresai'H8 of good will are yiur*. Young people, old people, little peo ple, big people, rich people and poorpsople, all liv their Uindlv mdeavonr aud lavish Bmiles aeein to iinprcaa upon you the fact that this is no ordinary time Andufter all should not this friendship be so for— ' Who so dull «3 thoro who breathes, Who doi-B n-.t need a friend, _ . - Who does not need him all through life, Right to the bitter end.' ; ' If only for the kindling of old asaociations, the bringiug together of 'friends far remjved during the remainder of the year, tin strengthening of family ties, and the relax ation from business \viinies, OhiiBtmas sea son U a borm to all. Pessimists say...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

Oar Directory. ? . ,- ? , ? 4 ? AH CHUB, Uebferal import* r, Slid dun fcStreot. BIBU, W., Ironmonger, &o., Siicriilfcn Rt'OOt. /^AUVGllALb, A., Iluyi.1 tiotel, SUeii' V_- dmi-irem. -. C ^uRNK l'T BKUrf., general Btorukeepeis, K.J Wilhelm-stre. t. *J \(JL)U am- CO.,' general^ siorikeuUero, (~~\ KllftflN' ANI- Wetkee, uoiatos m.tl VJT ntiiduvit commissioners, \Villitslin-s.t. KVI/K, W. K., Auctioneer, Mock, Sta tion and Gomrai Com. Ai-eot. T UOMES, J., Iinii4ies6ur and HjbuCijo I J nint, SherulaQ-streot. MAt;HKN &'? Sjti, Auctiuueaif, etc. Ageiiis f.T liurves.ting Machinery. NASH, VV. F.,^Whules.ile and Kumil Butcher, &hericV.ii.slr«el. OfcMlSTuN & 0KM1ST0N, Dentists, Tmimr. Visit Gundagai i,.r;ni»hily. PAGi'I, A., Dentist., Sber:da2-sUoe'( . opposite Traei-y's Hotol. BYAJi, M., the 1'eoplc'. Draper, Sheri dan Si rlfut. SOLuMUN, P. and S., SLOiokeeperB Wiliielm-street. ? ? SUN YEK & CO., Gcnoial Storekeeper's, ' etc., Uundagai. rpRACiSY, M-KS. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

-SPECIAL'-. ' Xmas deductions. ' -??; as? NEW SFASON'8 TEAS, 9-1, la 3d, and Is eil'p-ii-lb. BEST O )FFEE, 10J and Is pet 1b. COi;OA, la per 11). SAGO, 2Jrt per lb. TAPIOC.S.SJ.I perlb. V7ORCESTKRSHIRK SAUCE, 3s 3d per duz. KEE .SET'S BLUE] 81 per Hi. S\LAD 0IL,4d per btl. ?. HOPS (Smr Brand), 8-1 per IK BAKING POWDER, 8d, 10(1, lid, Is 4d, aiiil Is6il pw ib. BEST SODA BISCUITS, 6.1 jer lb. TABLTC VINEGAR, 6-1 per btl * BEST B1.A.UK PEPPER, 7d per II.. BEST WHITE PEPPER, 8d per lb. FRESH DATKS, 3d per 1b. TOMATO SAUCE, 6d per btl. FINE TAbLE SALT, Id per lb GOLDEN SYRUP, 6.1 pir tiu 'IREACLR, 51 per tin GOLD MEDAL MILK. 7d per tin LAHGE JUGS J.AM (T.ijlo.'s), Is -td- - OTHER LINES DO., 2. 6d per dc CR WNT SOAP (L, rg. }, 5d bar .WASHINfi SODA, Id per lb. CI.O1 HES PEGS, Li per dor. bnowilake Kerosene, ys. |.er L-ase. We have la ely opened 150 Cases -of China and India Tea, direct from the gardens- Best Kir vana Tea . Is- 3d ier lb. Don't fail to give this Line a Trial. Call and Insp...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

TOWN TOPICS. ? * ? ? ? JlACBS.nk JugiijDg on. 'Wednesday, January 18th. '' What (ire tho wild waves paying, sister ?' Why, go aud hove a look a\ Majjuiro'Q'to-night. Ttjmut district tons the colony's wheat; yield this ssason. Oke fanner out Wiilie P'oma way secured 24 bushel-* to the acre. Another tr.un of starving stook arrivod in Gundngiii on Monday. A BPKCli.li cheap excursion train leai'es GuJidapai on Christmas Biiy, at 5.20 p;m. Farea— 47/10 and 23/11. ' Combined Rifle Club and Auatra« lian Horse Smoke Concert at Walker's Hotel this, (SaturJaj) evening, at 8 p.m. . A'big civil action is pending over a recent alleged criminal casa in which tba Attorney-General refuadd to file a bill. ? The -only attraction in Gundagai for holiday times will bo tho Boxing Day races. ' So far, no spofts have been booked for New Year's Day. At the local police court on Thurs day, before, Mr. J. Linsley, J.P., a man named John Abbott was brought up on a charge, of deserting his children at Sydney. ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

EARLY CLOSING. The bill introduced by Mr. Hogu.e for am oli orating the condition of shop assistants : and factory hands is one of the most confusing of the ' much mixed' acts that have from time to time, been discussed or passed into law by our legis lators. Ihe principal points of the bill stipulate that no one shall work in a shop for any longer time than 52 hours each ?week, or longer than nine Hours in. one day, except one day in each week, when eleven and a half hours' work may be done. Every shop is to close at 1 o'clock on one day in each week. Of course the trans gression of the law will be met by inflating penalties, but while this is so there are numerous loopholes left for the escape of offenders. In the first place these provisions will not apply to the occupier of a shop, or his family ; or to chemists, booksellers, tobacconists, con fectioners, fish or oyster shops, eatiDg-houses, coffee houses or hotels. This is one-sided leg islation,; and -should the bill in its pr...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE DEMON JEALOUSY. TWO WOMEN SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

THE DEMON JEALOUSY. -'? ;TW0 WQMEN, /SHOT. ... .Eabltt on Wednesday evening, a tragedy occurred at Petersham, Syd dney. Two women, Mrs Margaret Miller, aged 60, and her grauddaugh *ter, Binud Dutt, 21, were shot with a -revolver, and Stuart Briggs, 24, who !eaided with his parents at Summer TII11. in in GiiBtodv nn n f linrtro of hav- ine done the deed. Boih women were shot in tho head and died instantly. The act was committed in the silting room of -Mrs Miller's residence. Briggs went to the bouse,- having been engaged to Mips Dutt, who is a school teacher at Summer Hill, and on entering the premises be walked to the front room, aad at once drew a revolver, apparently firing first at Mrs Miller, who, it is surmised, fell dead. He then aimed nt the granddaughter, who was a few feet further away. The young woman appeared to have turned tideways towards Brig«s and received a bullet behind the left- ear, death resulting immediately, Briggs at once left the house by the front door and w...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Cablegrams. THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

Cablegrams. — — ♦ ? . . ? _? . THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP. London. Thursday. ? ? Six 'Williani Harcourt's action is at tributed to a movement amongst Lib «rals to secure the rf call of Lord Rose bery to' the .leadership of the Liberal party, ' - Tho Matiobester ' Guardiam' says that Sir William Harcourt is able diototo his own terms to the party. SPANISH PRISONERS. 1 America has pledged hers: If to nee - cure the roleaso of all Spaniards held KB prisoners by the insurgents, - A RUSSIAN DODGE. The ' Daily News' says that Russia has inducrA the Chinese Government to withhold the payment of her war Indemnity to Japan, and adds that '? Buss.'a has Beoured warships for which '?? Japan was unable to' pay owing to China withholding the indemnity. ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.. Reports from Vienna state . that 'negotiations of a serious nature are in progrofs between Russia and Great Britain in. regard to China. THB- PLAGUE. ' .The plague in rapidly spreading in Madagascar, and mauy deaths occur daily. ?...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

MINING. Six pounds of ^old taken from two dishes of dirt at Robinson and Eice'a Mine, Long Flat, near Gun dagai, on Thursday. 22 tons of atone from the Caledonian Company's Mine,. Adelong, . were the result being 66oz, gold. . No less than t2 miners have. just returned, to New Zealand from ftlon dyke, and they give a very discoura ging account of the 'field; They were all unsuccessful ia. their queit for the precious metal..., , - . Y Messes. W. J.'Lyfia and J: Pt-rry, M's.I'., vioi ted Bra id wood last ''.eek in ennnection with the Colombo Sluic ing Company! of whioh. they are dir ectors. ?? '?:..??? TrrE Oallon Water Supply and Sluioing Company, Khoathaven Eiver, at Oallen'a Crossing, anticipate doing fora few thousand pounds work which may practically revolutionise the pre sent and future prospect, of that dis tr ot, They propose to generate power by mean-* of tho fall in the river, with which to pump up water to sup ply miueB in the locality. At Spriogdale, noar Tcraora, cyan id...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ON THE RANGE. RESERVISTS' EFFICIENCY SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

ON THE RANGE. - .. ..,»?, — - ,^_ . RESERVISTS' EFFICIENCY iSHOOTING. ? ,r. On Wednesday afternoon eleven mem bers of the Gundai;ai' Reservists put in an appearance at the rifle range' to go through the .annual musketry o.mrae, Staff-sergeoat Anderson, of Toes, putting the men through their facings. The shooting was of a first - class nature, nine out of tea men who went tnrough the whole course secur ing marksmen's badges, the other one getting first-olas* honou'rs. Reservist Woldrun, jun., put up the possible at tho 200 yds., Beserviats Jl'Cook, W. Bilio and Matobett just failing to do so by one point. At the 300 yards E J. Walker (mine host of the 'Family'') scored well— 26 out of a possible 28, his phots including five ' bullies.' . Waldroa again shot well at the 400 yds. range, getting 26 in the individual- firing and 23 in the quick firing — seven shots in 70 eo conda. His grand total was '99, out of a possible 112. T-;day (Saturday) the men will he put through the volley firi...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Telegrams. THE DROUGHT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

; Telegrams. ? P ? THE DRODGTIT. SxDNEr. Friday. The latest reports lrom the country „ . give gloomy accountii o£ the damage ^yrrough't by the draught. Exd' fluive heat nao experienced out west yOBterdav. A. very severe drought prevails In Borne parts of Queensland. AWXilKAA At AijBUftl. It is reported that cat'le aff cted ,with anthrax have arrived in Albury -diattict. . LAND HUNGER. There true kpen demand for land at the various land officea yesterday. PARLIAMENTARY. In the Assembly yesternight busi ness was confined to the Estimates. Gond progress was made with the '' Colonial Secretary's Department' and several proposed increases were nog ativt d. .- - The iMfo House passed the Crown LandB-T^f No 2. THET AGENT-GENERALSHIP. It is rumoured that Mr. McMillan baa been offered the AgentGeneral ship, and has declined the offer. A BIG BLAZE. A big fire occurred nt Grenfell yes ternight, Alleop-a flour mills and several adjoining houses being com pletnly destroyed. .The damage is «8tima...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

POLICE COURT. ..; At tlie Gundagai Police Court yes terday morning, before Messrs Bibo, Kendall, and P.' Sullivan, J's.P., Joha Sullivan was brought up on' a charge of stt-alfng one 6oat. and; vest from the Club House-Hotel 6xi or about the 10th Novembi-r. last, . tuo'- property o£ Donald Alexander McLean. Constable Wei, Brai-lcea deposed : From aametbing I heard at II o'clock yesterday morning I wont to tho Club House Hotel in Sheiidan-strent, and I there arrested the prisoner and charged him viith stealing1 one coat and ono vest from a bed i oo in of the Club Houso . Hotel, about four weeks ago, the pro perty of Donald Alexander McLean, valued nfc 30/- ; iu answer to tho charge he said, ' I am not quilty of stealing them ; I picked them out of a liolo in a corner at the . back of the Presbytery, about a month ago }' I then took him to the lockup . and searched him nnd found 3s. on him ; I produoe auiiles, which jUfcWrom the prosecutor ye&torday. ?~;^^^mi Donald Alexander M...

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OUR CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

OUR CRICKETERS. The Jjtnee Cricket Club haa asked Mr. H. Elliott, of Gundagai, to try -ind get a combined team from Gun dagai district to meet the Junoeiteson the Eurongilly wicket. Tno local club seems to be defunct, no practice having been indulged in for the past month, and if Mia match ho nrrnncpr). somo of the outlying olubs — notably tho Prince of. Wales, whicb has un doubtedly tho boBt team in the dis trict — will bave to be drawn on in or drr to get a team to make a decent show. Crickft is going ahead at Junee and olher neighbouring centres this year ; here it is a 'dead letter,' The looalitea havo plnyed two matches — winninc one and drawing the other, — and evidently inter.dto rest for the remainder of. the seui,on on their ' hard-earaed laurels.'

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