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

THE COUNCIL. IDE negligence ana oarelessnesa of our aldermen is nothing Bhort of being scandalous. Two ordinary meetings of the Council have now-lapsed for tho want of a quorum, and on the last occasion not a solitary alderman put in an appearance. Men. who assume public petitions in the town should be prepared to carry out the duties appertaining to their officps, and not bo content with allowing things to be earned on in a ' happy go-lucky' style. If Councillors find that their time is so precious that they cannot devote an hour or so onca a fortnight to tho buninosa of the rate payers, they should quietly give up tho game of ' make believe.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WELCOME HOME. ENTERTAINING DR. CHALMERS. A SOCIAL EVENING AT ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 December 1898

a ?wmkccmt^ ^ home. ENTERTAINING DR. CHALMERS. A SOCIAL -EVENING- AT ST. ' JOHN'S. O-r Wednesday lust the Ittght Rev. Dr. Chalmers, Anglican Bishop of. Goul burn, arrived in Gundagai by train anrl was driven to the Parsonage. . In tha evening St.'John's Hall was fairly well filled l-y C.E. adherents for the purpose of giving his Lordship a welcome to cne uunaagai portion ot the diocose, ufter his recent trip home td England. The hull woa set with seats round the walls, and wicker chairs anH tables were up and down tho Jinll in a neglige, fashion — giving the place a free aid easy appearance. There waa a large number of instru mental items on tho programme, this being so arranged for the purpose of allowing those present to stroll about and have friendly talks — something oh the principle of a promenade con cert.. The Bishop— whose hair is more ailvory than it jvas whon we last saw him some yairs ago, but who looks in cnpital heilth arter;his jaunt home — was escorted round the room ...

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

LITERARY INSTITUTE MEETING. ihb ordinury montuly meeting of the Guudagai Literary Institute was held on 'Wednesday last. There were present, Messrs. Dennis ('Prosident, in the chair^. Col. Smith. Hiirnr-r. Mnn Icenzio, Weekos, and Phillips. After the ususl formal business had b;en completed, the fallowing accounts were paBsed for payment : R. C Mat thews, 1 qrs. sub. to ' The Queen,' 10/6; hon. sec, postagp, 3/5; Year Book of N.S.W., sub. Is. A letter from the librarian (Mies Wookfs) ask ing for thwe monthi1 li-ava of absence and stating that Mi^s Wullon had con sented to set in her place during that time, was read, and tho leave of ab sence was granted, and tho Ruhatitu tion of M Rs Walton as librarian waa approved. A letter nnd balance sheet from tho Musical Society, forwarding 4/5, one half of tho net proceeds of the rtcenfc bonefit performance of 'P rates of Penzanco,' was read, and a vote of thanks for their generous efforts and donation was pas=i*d to tho Musical Society. The ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITHDRAWAL FROM TEMPORARY COMMON AT ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

W1XHURA-WAL -FUOM. TEMPORARY COMMDN AT ADELONG. Within tho 'delong population aiea. CiJiinty AVjnyaid, pariah Adi lung, con taining ,in are.ii of 2 acres IS perches, 'that part of the temporaiy common at Adelong, notified 3rd September, 1371, within the b nindaries of measuicd poition 717, — as shown on plan catalogued W. 3,936-2.1)9. Include-* part of reserve from annual lease or occupation license revoked IGth Decunber 1808. .

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVOCATION OF RESERVES FROM ANNUAL LEASE OR OCCUPATION LICE SE LAND DISTRICT OF TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

REVOCATION OF RKSERVES TROM ANNUALLliASE OR OCCUPATION Land District or r| umut. TIip reserve fion aniiu.il La-o or oocnpa tion licen'-o hpreunder dusenbed, has been i. voiced, but such revocation shall not take place until .ifti i the cpirationcf siity da\'s fiom thi. 14th Dicombir. Within the Adolonir.nonu'at'on n.rpn. County Wvnyard, pan-.li Adelong, con taining an lire* of 2 acres 18 perches. So much of the general notice in tho'.Qo-ern- moiit CJazette' of the I3th April, 1S92, as ivlatis to tho reuervaiiou from annual hase or occupation license of Adtlong tPinporiry common, notified 3rd September, 1871, with in tho boundaries of meusureil poition 7 17, ? as shown on plan catalogued W. 3 930 2,119. Includes purl of Adelong lempoiury com mon levoiccd this 16th day of Ddcembor.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RE ERVE FROM SALE FOR ACCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

RE ERVEFROM S \I.E TOR ACCESS. The following land ia reserved from S'lle p ndins (ktermin ition of the poition lo be' act apart for access : — No. 28,610. County Clarendon, parish Ninh Gunil'tgai, town of Noi h Gundagai,, cont iiimit; a i meiof abiut 11 acres. Tho Ciown lmds within tin boundaues of-, sec tion 42, towi. of jSoith Gunflagai, — as shown on pi hi oiulo^ued G. 43-1,028. ' . . RcsciYud fiom kase No. 28,011 this it. vii

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESERVE FROM SALE PENDING SURVEY LAND DISTRICT OF GUNDAGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

RESERVE FROM SALE PENDING SURVEY. . - LAKD DISTKIOT OF (IUNDA0AI. The following land is reserved from sale pimlirg survey : — Withiu the resumed area of Muttama Holding, No. 239. No. 28,773. County ITardon, patish Burro, containing an area of ltiO acres. Tho (Jrown landf witiiiu the boundaries of. mea- sured ppHions 71,. 72,; 162. and 103,— n6 shown cn'plana catalogued H. 4,504,4,107 1,716.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE NOTICES. GOLD MINING LEASES GRANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

GAZETTE NOTICES. noLn-jtistsn leashs ouantbd. 'Kotioe is given' that the undumen'ioned applications for gold-mining leutos on crown lands have been approved of : — R. Amoa.Adelong, ou 9S, 5 acres, county W'jnvarrl, parish A'l--long. J. E. Vunce and otheis, OL 30, 7 acres 1 ro-d J7 perches, county Wynytird, parish. Adeloni?. W. VV. S. Jouo3 and others, OL 1011, 3 aerss, county Wynynrd, parish Adelong. F. S'mon and ot'inrs, GL 41, S acrou, county Kibg, pirish Stlwyn.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
XMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

XMAS HOLIDAYS, Constituents will kindly note that there will be NO ISSUE Ct tho IN DEPEND J5NX on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 28th December; SULLIVAN BROS. ?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATION AND FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

STATION AND FARM. The olive crop in South Australia is re oorttd to be iu a mo;t promi-ing condition, ai-d it, U anticipated that, if conge, iul wun tlier is experienced from now oa till the ripening; a surplus for export will bo pru. duced. Mr. .T. A. Learmouth nhnws the ' Hnmil ton Spectator' a leuer receiver! from his brother Stanley, who ia ut present' residing iu Mexico. The' writer says: — ' Gi'iicruj Tessnzus, the Mexican cattle king, lold me that he had just received £80,000 in ca»h for the snle of steois fur the year. I uskeil him us to his stock, and Iip told ma thai last yem he branded 42,200 calves, that ho owned 3,(i0!),000 -icres, 82,000 sh-ep, 2 -0,000 cattle, and 500,000 gouts. I don't know h ?«? many h'isi-s. The yeur. before )ast he slatightereti 40.000 ninres for soap to get rid of ihum.' iHERKisa prospect that. South America will become a oustomer for Australian m'iiooi. Mr. E. W. Spnrke of West Alatliind, his select ed 15 lams in the Liver pool distrirt for SuUt...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FIRE AT COOTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

A FIRE AT COOTA.. A t about 4 o'clock on Sunday after noon, a sensation was caused in C.iota ?nundra by the ne^s that Cohen's st ra was on flre. On investigation it waa found that the back store was burning, but tho firamen were quickly on the eceno and prevented the fire from spreading to the main building. The whole of the stock in the store where the fire touk place was de stroyed, £500 being the extent of tho damage

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cablegrams. THE DISARMAMENT PRCPOSAL London Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

Cablegrams. — ' t THE DISARMAMENT PROPOSAL T.nnrlnn 'M'nnrinV- The ' Times' says with reference to the Czar's disarmament jiroposuls that a wide door would be open for tbe ovaBion of any agreement. ENGLAND AND FRANCE. The French ambassador at London espres6Oa the opinion that tho Anglo French problems are capable of setile nient on a basis of mutual goodwill. It is stated in Berlin that imme diutely aftorjAa Emperor of Germany's deapatcjj^^^&e famous telegram to PresidentKruger, congratiilating liiiu upon the Boer's success in repi lling the Jamieson raid, France offered to enter into an alliancB with England against Germany. - BACK IN EGYPT, - .' ? ' London, December 17. Lf.-rd Kitchener has arrived it- Egypt, and has' opened a fund in Cniro for the Gordon College. The Khedive has subscribed £100. Sir Sundford Fleming-, K.C M.G., the eminent Canadian engineer, esti mates that his Imperial cable service between Vancouver, New Zealand and Australia, thence to South Africa, an...

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 — 21 December 1898

XMAS. XMAS. XMAS, : . -BUY YOUR SUPPLIES AT— GORNllTT BHOS NEW CURKANTS, 11 A ISINS and SULTANAS ' PltESIT LEMON, CJTHON' and ORANGE PEEL ESSENCES and SPICES OF ALL FLAVORS 1CIJSG SUftAR and NON-PAUIELS AIINOTI'S XMAS CAICES Also, XMAS CAKES MADE TO ORDER Obtoin our PRICES for BAGS. 'ty e are on BED-ROCK for VALUE —We Now Stock Best Br«nda in GALVANISED IRON, all lengths RIDGING, GUTTERING, &o Also-FENCING/WIRE, beit quality ' Promptness arid Civility' is .our Motto, , ? DON'T FORGET. ? . -FOR THE HOT SEASON GENTS' LEVANT LEATHER ELASTIC-SIDE SLIPPER SHOE, oool to ...-?' the feot, tervideable ia wear M. RYAN has specially manufactured for the Summer Season the SLIPPER SHOE for house or street wear. SPECTAL CONSIGNMENT of Gem's Leather, Glace Kid, French Calf snd Light Krup Boots at M. RYAN'S. Further Consignment of Men's and Boys' Shirts Fancy SUMMER SHIRT!, COLLARS or B A NDS-^ /—New Lot o£ S0ARFS and COLLARS SO KKEP YOUR E YES ON WHO HAS A LARGE STOCK OF FANCY GOODS SUITAB...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR RAILWAY CARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

OUR RAILWAY CARRIAGES. The carriages which are supplied for paa.-onger traffio on the Gundagvii C'lOtamundra Hue are a disgrace to the Commissioners.- Some of the second class oarB are litt'e better than sheep trucks, their being neither comfort nor necessary appointments in them. The Couvi-is-ioner8 seem to think that any Uirsd of rolling stcck does for branch lines, but we know of no line which, has worse passenger accommodation — except tho Narrabri-Moreo line — than that of tho Gundugai-Coola. section. Our Parliamentary rop. would be doing a big service to the travelling public if lie were to take this matter in hand and point out to Measro. Oli ver and Co. the trials ai d tribulations of passengers who are forced to go to und fro in thesi antediluviau com partments. We think. we doserve a little consideration at the Coiumis i-ioners' bands, especially as our 34 miles of line pay, better guru other section in the colony.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE WEATHER. . [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

THE WEATHER. . ' Soattered showen fell yeatt may, which yielded a fair fall of rain, THE TURF. Tho latest' acratohings for tho Car rington Stakes are Tio Tire. ' There is no betting on forthcoming events. Ten to one is offered on the field for the Villiero Stakes and Summer Oup. THE TICK- AGAIN. Tho Queensland authorities hnve diecoverad that ticks can be curried by sheep. A large flock arrivod at Rookhampton, from Grassmere, cover ed with tbe pest. STARVING STOCK KETTJRNS. A return shows that from the be ginning of November to Saturday last 13,700 truckloads of starving stock were carried on the railways frum drought-stricken country to different pastures,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

SMOKE CONCERT. The members of the local Rifle Club and 1st Australian IIoiso held a smoko ooncert at Fry's Assembly Hall on Saturday night. About 40 gyntlemeu participated in the night's conviviality, and mirth and melody prevailed until nearly midnight. A tempting array of the most choice brands of liijuors, etc., was provided by Host Walker, and a happy and harmonious time waa spent by the assemblage. Mr. M'Cook, Mayor, and president of the RiUo Olub, occu pied the chair, and opened proceedings by proposing the toast of ' The Queen.' Songs were given, by Messrs Elworthy, Cox, GilUspie, An derson, Wright, Egan and Jones. Messrs Egan and Anderson also fav ured with recitations, capitally yiven, ar.d ilaBter Pruo a few pleasing selec tions on tho violin. Mr. Machen fulfilled the duties of acoompanyist in a capable and efficient manner. The singing of.. 'God Save the Queen,' brought tho night's fuii to a cloae, but bnt'ore the company dis persed it was announced that Mr. Alp. \V. A. R...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. PARLIAMENTARY. SYDNEY", Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

' '_. ' Telegrams. s ' . « ? — : ??»? PARLIAMENTARY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. -?' The Assembly sat throughout tho ' ninht and completi-d the estimates of , '? *the Treasury Department. '?* ,* A lengthy discussion took place on military estimates, lasting nearly the whole nig'it. Eventually the vote paeapd without mnterial alteration, f - The railway estimates passed un . altered. The debate on the 2nd reading of ' 'the Illawarro Harhor Improvement . l Bill waa characterised by considerable ' oppnsition and ill-feeling, The dis ' ousBion was eventually adjourned, which means shelving the bill till next session. ' The House is sM^^-ting, the Pre mier having detpr^^^Kto sit right on - till the remaindoxj-- JK cstimatts aie concluded. t §-v It is anticipated' Ihot vio - - lent opposition will be shown to the Land and. Inoome Tax Amendment '- Bill. YARTM. MYSTERY. Nothing further has been dissover '-. ed in regard to the body of the woman '???c fnui.d floating in a box iu tbe Xarra I, Eiver. ll....

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THE SPALDING-ROBBINS DISC PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 21 December 1898

THE SPALDING-ROBBINS DISC PLOUGH. On Saturday last- tho-e of our farm ing community who could spare the time in this busy reason of harvest ing, witnessed a public trial of the Spalding-Robbins Disc Plough in two paddocks contiguous to Mr, Hunt's Hi-t»l. The plough uced had flvo discs, and. the horses nore lent for the occasion by Mr. S. Radcliff. Tho manufacturers, Motwa. W\ S. Peacock and Brother, of South Mell ourne, were represented by Mr. Priest loy, who thoroughly convinced those prts mt, iiiolu&ng Mr. James Eol inson. of Kino, that all other ploughs must give placa to thin newest idea, which iu appearance abd operation isatcom plets variance with the old familiar implement. The cutting into and turning over the toil is accomplished by 2S inch discs, somewhat ro.-embling i he household saucer anil m:.de of the highet-t grade of stoel availiblo, and it wii8 marvellous to sep how effec tively tho ground wa3 not onlj ploughed but the coil is po thoroughly pulverised at th...

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 — 21 December 1898

Our Directory. ? * ? Atl CHEE, General Importer, Sheridan Stie-t. BlliU, W., Ironmonger, &c, Sheridan 8.tieet. AUVJiltiLiL, A.', Royal Hotel, Siioif Idan-Mroet. CtuKNlil'T DKUS., general sLorukicpais, / .Wilhelni-atreil. '1 \OUL) and CO., geuerul storekeepers, JL/ Sheridau-streut. f~Y RLb'l'lS AHU Weekes, aol:citon mid \JT I'.tlidttvit uoininietjionors, \\ ilhclm-al. ~TP^XL1S, W. K., Auctioncr, .Stock, Sta t\ tion aud Ooiitral Com. Ai;cut. LU0ME3, J., Imiid't'sser and tobaceo nint, Sheridau-stroefc. MACliEN & S-JiS, AuutimiburH, etc. Agents f.;r Harvesting Machmeiy. ~ 'JVTASLT, W. 1''.,. Wholesale ana Retail J_N Bulcher, bharidiu-strH.it. ' ORMiSTuN & OKMISTON, Dentists 'i'umut. Visit Gundugai fortnightly PAGE, A., Doiitisl, .Miendnu.sliciii, : oppoBi.e Trucoy'n ffntol. 'OXriN, M., the People'* Uni[icr, fclieri JZ\) dan Sireel. SOLOMuN, F. mid S., Stoickcepers ?: 'VViliielm-strcefc. S,UN YEK& CO., Uunoral Storekeepers, etc., liundng.ii. ' ' . rpBAOJSV...

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 — 21 December 1898

I PRICES REDUCED. SPECXAL ''-' Xmas Reductions, ?NEW SEASON'S TEAS, 9d, Is 3d, and Is 6d por lb. - BEST COFFEE, 103 and la pel lb. COCOA, Is per lb. SAGO, 2Jd per lb. TAPIOC-S,24d perlb. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, 2» 3d per 1 doz. , KEENET'S BLUE, 81 perlb. , ' ' - SALAD OIL, 4d per btl. ', HOPS (Star Brand), 8d per lb. ;/ ' BAKING POWDER, 8d, lOd, lid, Is id, '' tl and Is 6d perlb. . - '^ BEST SODA BISCUITS, 6d per lb. TABLE VINEGAR, Od per btl BEST BLACK PEPPER, 7d per lb. BEST WHITE PEPPER, 8d per lb. FRESH DATES, Sd per lb. TOMATO SAUCE, 6d per btl. FINE TABLE SALT, Id per lb. GOLDEN SYRUP, 6J per tin TREACLE, Sri per tin GOLD MEDAL MILK, 7d per tin LARGE JUGS JAM (Taylo.'s), Is 4d OTHER LINES DO., 2* 6d per dc CR -WN SOAP (Lirg-), Sd b»r WASHING SODA, Id Fer lb. CLOTHES PEGS, Id per doz. Snowflake Kerosene, Us. per Case. We have lately opened 150 Cases of China and 4r . India Tea, direct from the gardens- Best Nirvana Tea r- Is. 3d- per lb. Don't fail to give this Line a Trial. \/\ ...

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