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THE TRIALS OF JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
THE TRIALS OF JOURNALISM. 'The labours of tbe journalist are a perpetual 'puzzle to tho uninitiated. . O'ten absurdly over rated — often unjustly decried — they ore rarely estimtted at their true value. The editor of a successful journal is to some a bugbear, to others an oracle ; and this, according to the tpmnrr nf the reader, far mnro thiin to the. real merits of the trlicles dignified with the editorial ' we.' With many, the having once been slighted or misjudged by a cingle newspaper it held a sufficient ground for a standing feud with the whole daily and weekly Press. Others, who have found their own opinions ably advocated, or facts clearly stated which they supposed known only to themselves, regard a particular paper with almost superstitions veneration. H. B. once caricatured the English papers &9 ' nose-led by tha Times' But . the queslion is merely one of degree, ' Couriers and Star*, Sedition's evening host ; ' The Morning Chrouio'.e and Horning Post,' and a hund...
THE OLD KEEPER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
THE OLD KEEPER'S STOEY. (From Once a Week.) It wot. a qmiot room in which' I sat, with Hi* firelight flashing into raeh corner, and the . iloffpil birds, fnx»p. end polecats looking life Kite zn tba leaping blpzc— a quaint cottage rnnir, tut the essence ol comfort. As I palled et the stiff glass of whisky-and-water and ruffed my meerschaum I felt excessively comfortable. I was in no hnrry to get my wet wnter boots dried which lay steaming on the ample hearth. Sly temporary host eat opposite ; a fine, athletic old man, with snow white hair and whisltrw. The cot of bis coat and the wary . too* on bis weather-beaten, honest face suf ficiently told the ex-gamekeeper, bad not the retriever pap at bis feet and the son behind him added evidence. A fine, specimen of his rtafla, be was welt-knit and: active even at flighty years of age, and with a frank cheery look in bis eyes that told of ^straightforward truth and worth. I had been snipe-shooting on lame marshes 1 rented of the lady of the...
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
A&ELOXd. (FItOM OUR COKBESl'ONDENT.) January 16. — Although I havo not travelled far for the past month 1 havo managed to get a pretty fair amount of news from casual arrivals of neighbours, and I find that wo are no worses off than' others.- Tho Cohdoriblonga fun was nearly destroyed by buslf fires, and nil 4-lin.-n linnnf ! fill Kt rtvn uanA iinAAftfXrH \v\\\t* but so short a time back were waving with luxuriant verdure are now one blackenod mass Of charred and burnt herbuge.- Our resorvo is also partly destroyed and other parts havo also suffered, Happily for' us all, however, there ca'm'o a most beautifully refreshing' rain Inst Sunday which has greatly revived tho grass; One of Hid greatest privations wo snffor by this very hot weather iB tho want of T vegetables, which havo been exceedingly ', scarce hero this year. Woro it not -for 'the v-Chineso I think * wo should have had no \bhages at all, and potatoes are also- scarcu ~\M,cM as high as twopohce per lb, or .7 lbs ...
PARLIAMENTARY EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
PAXLIAMENTARt EPlTOirjfc Tins TiCjUlntlro AfnntiMv 'mot after tlio reoMa on Wednciutu? tho 8ih inntnnt, and alter dome uKliiilnory buVineia Mr. Hugo* moYcd Uio house into n Committee) of Supply. Mi'. Hrtmuol uioveil ns tin atncndinitat tnnt tho Eluiufo ilrolincil to go into 8iipply until tlio'tSoTorn meat uad ouonn \V«y» and Meana with' Mich to meet tho oxpoiidilnfa. Tho objeot of eoinft into committee waa to obtain a four moMbV supply, and by assenting to aaoh aoou»ehon. raembera' would bo abrogating tlio privileges of ParlHtnint. A long,- bitter, tiresome disouision followed, in which the course of action of Government was severely censured bV several speakers, including Messrs. .Egan,- Bobortapn, and othors 'of the Opposition, until the adjournment of the IIoiuo. On Thursday the aubjcot was agtin resnmrri, ?Mr. Eagar moving that a sum of JE19J,43 5 be granted to defray tho oxpensca of Hie departments from tlie 1st of January to the 80th April. He urged that this step should bo ta...
TUMBARUMBA. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
XmiBAUUMliA. - l-'HOJf- A- COItEEliPONDKNT.' January 13th.— The residents of our district determined to celebrate the late festive season with spirit, and in pursuance of this design organised some athletic sports, foot races, &e., which came off-en- Now Year's -Day with great eclat. The following is a Ii3t of the races, Maiden Plate, distance 100 yards, prize £2. Eight entered for this race, and after a false start, got away well together, John Bradhoy coining in first, James Day second, Garrctt McAuiiile jLliird, and the rest in a cluster behind. Tlien' came a. race for the Town Plate, distance the same as in' tlie former case, and prize £i, for which only three entered. As there had been much talk as to the speed of these competitors groat interest was taken in this contest; After several preliminary canters a fair start was effected,, and a good race ensued ; J. Daly came in first, winning by about two yards.followed by J. Parkes as second, and A. Baker as third. The thi...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. GUNDAGAI POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) THURSDAY JANUARY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
NEIVH OF THE WEEK, Gundagai Police Court. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) William King, alias Chapman, who had been remanded for trial from Goulburn, brought before the court here on the 2nd inst. and again remanded, was charged with stealing a bay horse, the property, of James John Treweek, of Clarendon) on the 4th of December last. The accused was arrested at his residence at Kangaloola Creek near, Goulburn on the 17th of December, and the horse, which was produced and identified by Mr. Treweek as his property, was found within 300 yards of the house with a bell attached to his neck. King, who had recently returned from shearing at Wantabadgery, denied ownership or knowledge of the animal. The principal witness was Henry Myers, storekeeper at Grenfell, who stated that on tho 5th of December he was proceeding from Coramundra to Clarendon, about 7 o'clock in the morning, when a person resembling the prisoner in height and general appearance rode up to him and...
TUMUT POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 18 January 1868
Tumut Police- Court. Wednesday, January 15th. Before the Police Magistrate. William Eggleton, senior, was brought up under a search warrant, a portion of the car- case of a beast suspected to be stolen having been found in his possession. The evidence of Sergeant Tant was taken, and the prisoner was remanded till Friday, the 17th instant; Bail allowed. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On a former occasion we' called attention to the excess in charge for the transit across our bridge of herds of cattle or flocks of sheep, as calculated to diminish' instead of increase &nbsp; the amount of tolls taken, and to lessen the public utility of our viaduct. We are glad to find that the letter relative to this subject forwarded by our Bench of Magistrates to the proper quarter, has had the effect of producing a modification of the evils complained of. A &nbsp; proclamation in the Government Gazette notifies that after the 24th of this month the toll for every ox or...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
YASS. Flour, floe, por ton, £12 Seconds ditto £11 Hay ditto, £3 i Bran, por busbol, Is / , ! Wheat ditto, lilli.f '? U f A Maize ditto, 3- ia^tt ^i j... Oata ditto, 3d tnii fl » , Potatoes, per owt., 6s ^
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
FOSSES. Oats, per bushol, Ot Bi Potatoes, per owt., 10s Maize, per bushel, 9i ' Flour, tine por ton, £13 Bran, per bushel, ?&* Od Hay, por ton, £8 to £9
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
JiURBJ.N&ONa. Flour, per on, £18 to £1-4 / ./. ,-' Hay ditto, £»?!» 16— i- (C H Bran, por bushel, naminal. '^ ? / Maize ditto, aamiMl A//' /_./../ Oats ditto, 8s 6d to ii ' '/&' Potatoes, per Inn. jfljJlifT '''
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
ORENFELL. .. _ Flour, per ton, £13 to £l*5p~;L§5r/ Bran, por bushol, Is 6J / J)/ n T '- . ']?-. *i tn _fj-°-' » Cxi X Hay, por ton, #*J*S — ?-? ''/' ^ **/ Chaff, ditto, £6' ' Oats, per bushol 3» -i,, n , Potatoes per tou.^fi'^ ^U-'fO^f^
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
T.XTMUT. Flour, Brio, per ton £11 Ditto seconds ditto £10 S\ Wheat per bushel, 3i«*^4k«4i *?— ' Bran, per bushol, !W _\ Potatoon, new, ?fcpor owt f\\ Oats por bushoi 3s , u 50 \ Maize (now) per bushel 3sl^A Hoy per ton £3 \ n. Butter Cfrosh) ^ B. V * ©k Eggs, por dozen 1-, ^ A \ *f Bacon ?$? lb.-W-W!^-Jl\--~ v\ OnlonB, por lb. 3d * I Bread 21b loaf Gd
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
LATEST FROM SIDNEY. [THEOtraH^GREVIIlE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] The barque ' Saliveen' from Brisbane entered Sydney Heads, on Sunday last, with signals of distress flying. Her cargo, consisting of wool, tallow, hides, -fec, had caught fire, but assistance being promptly rendered the. flames' were extinguished. The whaling brig 'Amher3t' has arrived &i OtagO, New Zealand, with ten survivors of the ' General Grant ' for London, wrecked at the Auckland Islands two years since. Seventy two of tho passengers and crow were drowned. The survivors subsisted on seals and mussels. [by electric telegraph.] Sydney, Feiday, 6 p.m. The Duke s official landing took place on Wednesday, on which occasion there was a grand procession through the town, The National Anthem was sung by 10,000 children. In the evening there was a genera) illumination. His Royal Highness held a levee yesterday, and in the evening there was a magnificent display of fireworks. Great multitudes attended at the review thi...
PRICES CURRENT. JANUARY 11TH, 1888. [The following prince Current are correc[?] every week from the latest papers to hand.—Ed.] GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
PRICES CURRENT. 7AHVABX £fcCB, 18SS. . t- [Z%» follouing Priat Current an corrto'tl ttsrjf uuk from the lateit papert to hand.— 2M,] QXJND.IGAI. Flour, (lino) per ton £13 Ditto seconds £12 Whoat, per biuhol, 2l Od to 8» Maize, ditto 63 Oats, ditto, 3s Od Bran, ditto. Is Potatoes, per ton £12 Hay, per ton, £3 Butter fresh per lb la Eggs per dozen Is 3d JSaoon per lb 9d Onions per lb 3d Bread 21b loaf 41 d - '?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
/) NOTICE, t) Wit HEREBr AP?OINr Mr. J. B. MABKEy as agent for COLLECTING ALL DEBl'a duo to us, and to liqniuato all claims against our estate. TUOHY, MUBPHr, & Co. lurr.ut, January 11th, 18GS. TN EEFEBENOE to tho above I givo notioo that J. all debts not paid within ono month from this date will be placed in the hnods of a solicitor for recovery. J. B. MARKET. Tumut, January 11th, 1868. . - GROVJBR AND BAKER Sewing Machine Company MANUFACTUEERS OP ELASTIC STITCH, AND LOCK STITCH Sewing Machines. rpHE Qrorcr and Baker Blastio-stioh Miobines ?*? will hem, fell, cord, bind, tuck, gather -uilt, braid and embroider. They are- simple, di able, and not liable to derangement. The/ sew from ordinary reels, and no rewinding of tho thread is necessary. Thoy sow with equal facility oil fabrics, the most delicate and the heaviest, and with all kind of thread, silk, oitloa, or linen, tbeir seam is so strong and elastio tbat it never breaks even ou the- bias. They fasten both suds of tho ...
THE SCHOOL FOR GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
THE SCHOOL FOR GENIUS, To console ordinary mortals, and to prove that there is a compensation in their position in life, we give tbe following rery clever and, in many respects, faithful description of the proper school for a genius, from Circe, a tale published in. BalaraWa. bv Babinffton Whits, trhuih in generally supposed to be a nom de plume for Miss Braddon. Mocatti, an Italian picture dealer, is arguing with a young artist of great promise named Laurence Bell, who is engaged to a beautiful young girl to whom be is much attaohed. Bib I cried tbe pictnre-dealer ; ' industry is a journeyman tailor's virtue, I want some thing more than that.' You cannot ask more from me than I am willing— nay, eager to give. I am ready to devote every faculty I possess to art. What elsa do I live for ? But the artist has' a right to a borne. Wby, then, do you oppose my marriage ? Because for you marriage woulJ ba ruin.' But wby? But why I but wby I oohoed the dealer inpationtly. * Why does laudanu...
TUMUT POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17TH. Before the Police magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
^ ' Tomut Police Coubt. .... Feiday, Januaey 17th. Before the Police Magistrate. -.:-?'? William Eggleton, senr., (on bail) charged with having stolen meat in his possession wa3 further remanded till the 21st instant,. Mr. Robertson, who was retained for the defence; being too unwell to appear. Saturday, January 18th. ',' Before the Police Magistrate. ' ' ? Ah Hen, Ah Shon, and Ah Foo (Chinese) were brought before the Court by Senior Constable Connors, charged with stealing calico from Mr. Watson, of Upper Adelong. Mr. Robertson defended the prisoners. Ah Hen admitted having taken tho calico/ and said he picked it up in the road opposite Mr. Turnbull'a old store. It appeared from the evidence of Robert Timmis that Mr' Watson was having Mr. Turnbull's old store pulled down and removed, that the calico in question which was part of that used for lining the rooms was worth about 6d. Senior Constable Connors said lie found the calico hanging on a line opposite the hut inhabited by tne t...
FAMILIAR NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 25 January 1868
FAMILIAR NAMES. Everybody knows the comparative frequency with which in a gives number of inhabitants ol t-ny locality tbe name of 'Smith' recurs. Wby this is, is a more difficult matter to solve. Reference to tho London Commercial Directory for 1867 shows tbat more- than 1500 Smiths are registered, onu mo curious may ime to know that 130 answer to the Christian name of John. And be it remembered that theBe are all householders and beads of families. If we add the Women and children, the lodgers and working men of tbe same clan ull over London, whose names do not appear in Directories, wo . eliall have a population of Smiths equal to tbat of many considerable towns which return their two members to Parliament. Tbe Joneses are only balf the number of tbe Smiths. Next to them come the BroffDB,' who, however, fall e-liort of 700; tbe JoIidbods and the Wil liamBea muster some 500 each; wbile the hardly lesB familiar name of Robinson is borne by only about 200 person;. An event said to h...