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TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 31 December 1898
TOWN TOPICS^ Kew Teak's Greetings I LiCEjrsixa Court on 16th January. Maizk from W. ond M., Gundagiii, sold at 3/2 in Sydney on, Wednesday lost. ' Good new corn sacks, f)/- per dozen,, by the b ilo ; by a single .-.dozen-, 5/2.' ai An unea s. . We are sorry to hear that Ah Flaok, mmager -for Ah' Chco, is.ser iously indispossd. ? Thehe is . a violent opidpmto of measles at Tutuberuuiba, aad etsycrjl deaths aro repnrtod. Our. local business folk say that this CarirttmaB was tho boat . and busiest thoy have ever known. Mn. Smite, the local postmaster, has been granted six months' leavo of ab eoncB. Mr. Smith's- Looual tbnnkns is not yet kno.vn. AliREADY buyers, from other pnrta are purchasing fat ntock in the Gun dagai district. Prime cattle will bo worth money in a short while. A well known sheep buyer i=olrl. in Gundagai latt week, a few thousand sheep up to 4/ 2, which be bought a short while back at 1/- per head. No . Now Year attiactidn in town. Gundagai will bis1 strongly represe...
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR GOLD-MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 31 December 1898
NOTICEPOF APPLICATION FOR &nbsp; &nbsp; GOLD-MINING LEASES. &nbsp; The undermentioned applications for gold-mining leases of Crown lands have been approved of :— E. E. Robinson, GL 13, county Wynyard, parish Eua- dere, area 2 aoreB, for 15 years. H. G. Cottam, GL 71 county Wynyard, parish Hindmarsh, area 1 acre, for 15 years.
EDISONS SUPPOSED WAR INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
EDISONS' SUPPOSED WAR INVENTIONS. ? a. ? It' is said that Edison is propound ing t oine terrible dt ath-dealing tna chinna, which he believes will render armies unnecessary. They will cer tainly do away with them. He has a neat littie contrivance for pumping OIUUBVUICU UUMB UUIl Ui. CAIBIUUCD WltU a mochino which would give a jet of water a force of SOOO volta. Cables drawn round a boeieged city would deal death to all who tried to crosa them, and yet be bo concealed that they cDuld not be discovered un til. they had taken effect. His olectric chains are to be fired into an advanc ing army. These ore of difforent lengths, and they are altachod by one end to th-3 wiros of a dynamo, nhile the other end is placed in the gun. ' When these are discharged, the air will be filled with chains, like great snakes, which would mean death to any advancing host.' But Mr. EdiEou doos i.ot confine himsolf to the earth. The viewless roalms of air are quite as convenient for his operations. Ho iB re...
THE SCIENTIFIC CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
THE SCIENTIFIC CON SCIENCE. Uupponiug to know two men who were deeply interested in geology, and who did not know each other, a mutual friend hrought^ two scientists togethor rocontly at the house of cne 'of! -thorn, nnd then loft Ihom to enjoy tho occasion. A day or two Inter lie met the host in the case, ''and heard thid strange Etorj' from. him :— ' Well, Mr. Cooper, that was a fino mau you bi ought out to soo mo the othor night— a Ona man. Why,- he's as crazy about goo!ogy as I am, if not a tritle crazier. We sat up togolher until after midnieht'lookinfj ovbr my specimens and talking about them, and I'in going down to aco his casea. Ho tells nio ho has almost bankrupted himself indulging in his taste for rnro and boautiful foEsils. A funny thing happened the other night, too ; he's a grout or. o — that man ! On my library table I had one remarkably beautiful fossil — too ehoico to be bid don away in a oaee. and yet too val uublo to be. left lying about.; I needn't lull you what ...
A CYCLIST CHASED BY A LION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
A CYCLIST GHASED BY A LION —i — : — «*- ? ? ?? Tlie-.following is perhaps one of the most 'extraordinary advonturec thao has over falleu to tho lot ot a Euro pean even iu Central Africa, where adventures with wild beasts are pretty frequent : — Mr. 0. 0. Robertson, Gala Estate, Namazi, about midway between Bl.m tyro and Zamba, Bftjs: — ' 1 roda out on ibv biovole from Blantvro on Mon day afternoon, the 22ud August, and raoohed Mr. Stroud'a (Mrs. Btuce's agent) before tho bud went down, and after waiting i'or u few minutos, started again, just after Biineofc. By tho timolgofc to the Na ma zi .crossing (whoro my privato road crosses the Blantyro-Zombn. main road — beyond Mr. Mortal's plantation) it had got quite dark, except far a little light tho new moon was giring. Tne road lending lo the Orala Eatato from the main road lias only just recently, beon made, and is quite sofc nnd lumpy, besidos being very Btoop for at least hnlf its length. Tho rest of it is fairly lovel, but nona of ...
Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
Gleanings, Lies of statesmen oft remind us - we should make our ' lies sublime. -._,-- The Rothschilds make it a ciutom to purchase six pearls, each costing £100, on the birth of each baWy girl,' Oa each birthday six additional .pearls are added to the original pur chase, so that when the young lady makes her debut in so ciety a casket of magnificent pearls is presented to her. A young Irish lady who was recently on a visit to the Queen was asked by Her Majesty to sing. Slae went to the piano and sang: to her own accompani ment the well-known Irish re bel ballad, 'The Wearing of the green,' The Queen was so much affected by the beauty of the music and the pathos of the words that she burst into tears and asked the young lady to sing the song once more. Froudc delivered a lecture in Edinburgh in 1S65; His theme was rather a ticklish one for a Scotch audience, viz., The Social Effect of the Re formation in Scotland. He got over any difficulty, how ever, by buttering them in the most l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
E-3' 3-? H5* g-3^ ff a S-ea gja Ths O Da h iisiG f'M I J p En _e«d Oj ill frAfl H Rs-fUsH-I Up tUlK PAPpII fiu Lnuii fiLMiiLU uT .Ifiiid rwrtiii. 'I^VETIYONE who receives u copy of this papei', of ' who chances lo rend it, is entitled; free of all charge, to write for information. If yon are ill- and the doctor cannot cure you ; if you 'have' been pronounced incurable at the hospital ; or if- you .have some ailment, small or great, that gives you trouble — write. . it is no trouble to answer your , letter, aud wo shall answer it honestly, telling you freely and at length whether Dr. Williams' Pink Pjf.ls have cured similar cases ?in other people or not-. We shall answer you. with perfect candour : wo will not, in- fact, sell' the pills to pconje yhoni wo do not think they will cure. .Address : Dr. 'Will in ins' 'Medici no Company, Q,ueen\s Pl:uv, Sydney. i DISEASES CURED BY ^ 'V tEU FB55SKH ? SI 9 ? I) RB2i ? ffl BE^i ' H B *C # TOT Pfl P PftfiTi P # X We have positive evidence that...
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
STOWN TOPICS. dun leader nro.\ dud out! ? ' A- OOlii. Murrumbidg-p cod was U' cited bv n Inonl i-p irt lust wi ok, '} 'TjAMAi 'Siding pionio on Monday V'Ht'provtc! an unqualified auccesa, Tver G00 person's being proa^nt. '1'iiKRi! voro' eovou cases ??£ bunk inp'cy in Gundiigai ilistr ot lnat year, live iu Ad-long und tour m Uooln in 111 drn. . . Tup. P.M. thinks that tho pruelliipss ? f ihe nuuber of tiiv.nll D bta.cuaiB ir-uatRliOA that thingu tvo [r Bpev. us iu Gundiga1. Tilt: o.iri'iui-on of tho excursion train on Mon'nv l'»et were dpo-*nl travailing oava— noL ti.o u-ual ' hor-a- b.-x.V in nao for tl.o gmcial pa.'-ssuger trafTi? on this line. This P.. M giveR oro tho invr.n6ion ibab i.o dislikt s tin tight)- ?words. Lie said jesti'rd'y ibnt.bnd liingungo was 01. e of the cry'iMjj ov Is in n ooiiunun ity mid muft b» put down. A very Biicresiful b z lar in aid of tho II C. - hurch at Adeltmg woh ln'ld ot Adelong on r,.O8 night p. Large orowda altonrleil H.tch evening a-.d husinena ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
— iOR FR1DAV, JANUARY 20th.'— Jl'PE E]«GIiB P0TE&, SOUTH SUNDAfiAI, W. ET KYLE HAii re.iioivo.il insimciinus 'fiom the Moitiiiig'o s te- sell hy publiu Mil- ion at the Ho tl on thu abino tlut-, nt 2.30 o'cile-ulc. pitn., - All-ilme-ntB to ai il 1G, scotion'-17- town of South UuiieUcai, np-n «h'u!i;iB erected t'.e Ii'hkIi- Hotel. ? AHotinents 5 and 0, f. ncrrt directly opposite the uheivu H-iti'l. ' TERMS- vliliF LIIJERAL. IN SPEING TIME YOUNG MEN'S THOUGHTS Turn To Love. So the poet sings, and, knowing that maidens fair at this season of the year are thoughtful of their jrersonal appearance, Has secured a Splendid and Varied Assortment of SPillG & Sllllil FABRICS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. See the Prints & Clothing Latest Style of Boots & Shoes We are not going to give only our- customers the! benefit of our Importations, 'but the public generally j will share in the | CHRISTMAS PLUIVIS We have on hand; Just call in ; our' Stock will do youi eyesight good- ...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
POLICE COURT, 'At the Loaal Police Court ou Mnu. day, bofow Mr. Linsley, J.P., William Colo was fined 2/C, or imp ieomnent till the rlBtng nf (he Court, for drunkeunorB. 'Jinmy Williams, 'an n Kn ti i . # 1 11 n 1 tuna iy\ til/itfi/1 -in ?- ..! ~~ M .. - manner for a liko ofEonoe, Jimmy contended that ho hid loo muoli ' liro-wiitt-r*' abo rd, but ' Ob, cripea, boae/ he 'would. n-t soptTocd ngaiu.
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
CLIPPINGS. Accordingto the New York correspondent of a L'indon paper, thp Duke i f Westmin ster made; an effjr of £10,000 for Ormonde, who bus been anything b t a ulud succs!-. The prico was refused, however. Ic mat lie ninR-nhered thnt Oimnmle was sold io Aannp Rnnnn. tin Ai'^-nf.'ni» nnnrf.cninii in 1899, for £12,000, and wus re-sold hy ihut efiitlemin ut H'O - ml of 1892 to Mr. Mao rf -nouah fur £,11,230, sincu which period Quneinde hsa b en se-rvinn nn h staili-m at bis nwiier's stud, Rlcalo S:ock Eurm, Culi fonii. At a provincial cricket mttcli in the old couniiy a ircmcndeinslv sont man came in to bat. The bowler icnvirked to Ihe umpire, -Tiiieilt here-, I've I liiyed against thin int. f»l!ow bofnr--. and Alien ho tukes his stiind at the wicket I can't see i-. Now, if I hji him, what' are you. going, to give its' 'llo'il on till 'I kivc him 1'iiaid,' re plied ibu ump'r- . nnd afier taking careful bt ck rf ? he b»t--maii'rt pioporfcioi a while domu ao be continued, 'Well, I'll ...
NORTH GIBRALTAR G M. COY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
NOTiTH OIBRALTAR GJI, COY. An extraordinary fieoeial m'-oting of the shirt-holders of tha North Gibr.iltnr Goldm'n np; Compnny, no liability, wan held on Thursday l.-itt at the company's ollic-', Sjdnoy, to oor, ciilm- f.lm i^iAir-nf nnoittnn nni^ r\^n^ p^ct8 of tlie. compnny and to r*eoid.' upon future* p-ocedings. Twont.v two shareholders were represented. pprnonaUy nnd bj- proxy. Tho Chair man (Mr. A Geoffrey Eaaar) ro..d » roport wli oh stated that ills oro-ncu' which was tturted on tho 210s. level with a view -?£ cuttinu the Gibraluir. lode had In n ostended to a rlist.m-n of l:jSl't. without mno injjf with to rloniri'd roHults, Tho r-port ifuriher rtutidthat aB r. cut calls woro not frtoly responded to it had bi on d omed advisable to apply for .a; sus i enhi n of labour, whioh luid bei-n L-nioted till February 20 nest. Jn the meuntimo it whs for th» shire hnlderti to decide as t- whi-thor opur ationa should be coutiuuoil or not. The mining managpr, « ho wn» prosont, tatod tha...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
SECOND DAY. The Club wii8 asruin favoured with fino wrather for their concluding Hay's m eting j'e-teiduy, and thn attendance wus again good though hurdly as larye oa on cho previous diy. Eveiythhig passed vory well, no protests being lodged, and tho eoven evonta on the c-.rd were run off in good time Tho racii g was g, od, and in a cmiple'-of ovonts the UniahhS were very exciting; Results: — P INCH OF WALES SAKES of £10; 1 mi!e. Winner to be sold lor £15 ; uaiml allowancps clown. to nil. Mi S Le.uj.s SiP'Cun, £10, 8.0 (Currun) 1 MrF. lias-ett's Karl Olue, £15, 8.13 (Th«'mi-iion) ? ... ! ... ... 2 Mr PiiEsli.u'n Juanita, £15, 8 13 (J. Pegrum) ... ... ... 3 Ohers- Baitnn's Led.Asttay, £10, 8 0 (Birtmi), Cib 'n's Mr Eilwnrrf, £10,8 0 (F.)iiiil), O ain's 'ihelinii, £3, 7.13 (U. P g mm). Bi-t'ing— Two io 1 Siioeco, Kail Olive uml Juanlla, 5 to 1 Li'il Asir,.y. Karl Olive was ilia t-i. move and be made iho i mining up ill' hill, IcKdini! Jii.n.iia by a n. leii^tli, S.iocctv in d Thelino....
TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
TRAVELLING STOCK'. The following B'ock \-\u inaa are rnrortod : Sntuiclay 21th Dcoembor, 2.100 nheep from Thogr-raa n to lliverrdnle, T KobitiKon, owner; E. M'iN'amarn, in eharjo. Snnd.ij' 25th, ninnaniiinr. 6000 sheen from' Bhrrn boi-lo to Tiilbipgo ; P Wontwirth owner'';' D. ? Dunn, in chnrgo. ?? 5000 sheen fr.im Cudgilira to Nowiiumer. rimin», \Vau«h, Sfcnnbridgo,1 and Waugh, owners; C. E. Bla kuiavj in' charge. Tuesilny, 'Dccpmt er 27lb, 400 shfiop, from VVa'drv to Gadara, C. Mills and Co., owniTs; C. H. UaUiff. in charge'..- Piidny, 80th. 4000 nhi-op' f-oiii Unrraboi'ie to Talbiugo, F. Wi'iitwortb, owner ; D. Dunn, in charge.
ADE[?]ONG ANNUALS. A SUCOESSFUL MEETING SOME GOOD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 4 January 1899
V»^MMMMMHHMMMtMM«MMhWMIMr«M«MB^3aaa ADEiONG ANNUALS. - - ? 'A-SUCO£SsFUL MEETING. - ' ' SOME:GOOD R\CING.. - ' ? ' The ''Annual' I?nc3 Meofc'ng, undpr 1 ' the aaspico-i of th« At'olong Jockey ' Club, opened on Monday lust u»*der the in at favourable conditions. The weather 'was delightfully fine, and tht-re- being no c -un er att actions nt l&'l^ 111 ILIU etUH''UIIUlllf£ V lilt -J~| IUI' otte' dunce was lnr^n — qui e unto any 'jireviousrucu meeting at AeJelong, ro wo were informed. Turaut wa8 Ftrongly v--pr. sentod, whilst a go id few Oumiafjuitoa worn noliceLb'e. Under tho touurir geucnlypti aoaiterod -in' thw rucpc- ur e padilook pater' nnd liiatfr fHtniliaH were on evidence. ' Ti oy brought out tlieir hampers, and, t -j»ai iei' wii h thiir olive brniirlie* appirenily enj -y d tbo ulfreso lunch uiidsr tho shudy trees . aa well ns the racing. The female por tinof the dintrict rollod up ia strong numbers, and tue sarleiling pndduck presented ;,n encbatititig and unim itt d a...