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Necessity of Temperance in all Tilings. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
Necessity of Temperance in all Things. Temperance in all things, which means moderation, ib a great help to health. Overdoing means the undoing. Too muoh work and too little reorea tion go far to undermine the health. Too much monotony is to be avoided, variety being the very spise of life. This holds good as to one's food also ; we need variety. One round of fare week after week, month after month, is tiresome and unwholesome, so is the monotonous round of living whioh is implied by con Btant sweeping, washing, ironing, dish washing, sewing, withoutany amusement.
Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
Amusements. Laughter is a cheap tonic, it stirs up the blood to a wholesale activity from brain to toes. If you have a jolly neighbour, cultivate that neighbour's acquaintance 1 Go to a good play once in a while. Head good, wholesome, interesting books if not within reach -of recreation. When your digestion is out of order, put yourself on a good milk diet, adding a little lime-water if it disagrees. The writer has lived on milk alone for forty' days at a time with good results. Do not neglect to see your family physician in time when need arises.
Foreign Bodies in the Eye. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
Foreign Bodies in the Eye. Small substance-like cinders, dust or small chips of stone or metal, can often be removed from the eye by very simple means. Sometimes the flow of tears washes them out. At other times, catching the upper lid by the lashes, and pulling it away from the eye-ball, nnd down over the lower lid, then letting it go, so that, as it recedes, its under surface is .swept by the edge of the lower lid, will clear it out. If this does not prove successful, a loop made of a horse hair, or of a long human hair, can be passed under tne lid, and swept from the outer Bide towards the nose and drawn down. Better than this, however, is the washing of the eye, or flushing with the eye Byringe. Every .person should oarry one when travelling, for they are invaluable. Have the patient catch hold of the lowt r lid, draw ing it away from the eye, and then fill the dropper, whioh is like a small syringe, with water, and flush the eye two or three times. This will always remove the f...
Dropped Something. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
Dropped Something. The following amusing incident took plnoe the other day on a Sydney suburban train running from Summer Hill to ABhfield :— Guard (very excited) : ' Summer 'ill t Summer 'ill 1 Summer 'ill 1 Take yer Boats, please. Fussy Old Gentleman (poking hiB head out of carriage-window): 'Hi, guard, hain't yer dropped somothin' ?' Guard (turning round) : ' What 'ave I dropped ?' Fussy Old Gent : ' A h or two.' Guard : ' Oh, I'll pick that up at the next station.' He was true to his word, for shortly afterwards he was heard to exclaim : ' fiaBhueld! Hashh'eldl Hushfieldl Take ver seats, please.'
Animals of Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
Animals of Japan. Some of the animala of Japan are quite different from the same species whioh are Been elsewhere. The oats, for instance, have the shortest kindB of tails, or else none at all. Being deprived of this usual plaything, they are very solemn pUBsioa. Ono of these tailless oats, on being taken to a European town, utterly refused companionship with tho long tailed feline specimens there ; but, find ing a oat whose tail had boon cut off by accident, the two boonmo friendly at once. Japanese dogs are almost destitute of noses, having the nostrils set direotly in the head. Tho smaller the noBO the more valuable the breed. Tramp: 'Well, yei'see, mum, people wautB references from me last employer, an' he's bin dead twenty yeara.'
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
General .Information. Atnerioa spendsmore money on edaoation ? than any other country. A travoller oan nowadays journey around tho world in fifty days. In 1544 the cold in Holland was so intense that wine was sold by the blook. Tho colour whioh ib to be fashionable this ? spring is lavender. . It is affirmed by many physioians that eating beof rogularly is bad for tho temper. If u disinfectant smells good, it isn t a l?ood disinfectant. Scarlet is the mourning; colour for un married womon in Brazil. Almost nil the oamphor used in the world comes from Japan and Formosa. The one coloured mombor of tho United States Congress is named White. In all countries more marriages take place in Juno than in any other month. Twenty words per minute is the average at whioh longhand is written. More than a third of tho Frenoh Crown jewels have been bought by Americans. No matter how things are going down; remember the sun is sure to rise. Tho number of Chinese in San FranoiBoo is about 20,000, inc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 September 1898
W. B. '--BURROWS (Burrows & Burrows, Cootamundra) — 'WII.L — VISIT GTTHDAGAI — ON— WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 14th and 15th September, ' AND MAT BE CONSULTED AT LEAHY'S CRITERION HOTEL. Proprietor. TpIRSX-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for JJ all. BILLIARD ' and HA1RDRESSING SALOONS attached to the Hotel. GOOD STABLING Accommodation. GRIFPIR§lfiBBBEg ?*jseMOEPe^is*' AND COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS wiitjiEitp-ga?.,- sajaD^s^i. Farmers' ivieeuju^ . at coolac. A MEETING of tlio Co lac Branoh of the Farmers' and Sottlers' Asnoc a tion will be held at ' Vincent's Hotel.' COOLAC, at 3 p.m., on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, to receive Delegates' report. E. DOUGLAS, Secretary. — UNDER TtlB ATJSPIOE8 OF— THP GUNDAGAI FOOTBALL CLUB ? WILL BE HELD AT ? Fry's Assembly Hall, wednesday,! sept. i4th rpiCKETS : Ladies, 3a. Gents., 4s. _L Double, 6a. . Juvenile Dance THE FOLLOWING (THURSDAY) NIGHT ADMISSION, Is. . V E. A. FIELD 7 Hon. G. E. MOLE3WORTHJ Sees. A SERIAL TALE, 'UR'fiER. —? 'WILE BE COMMENCED IN — OUR ...
THE PUBLIC SERVICE AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
THE k PUBLIC SERVICE AMENDMENT BILL. - Befebring to the bill for the amend, . aaent of the Publio Service' Act/' 'which he is introducing- ia the As Bembly.-'Mr.'Wise says he ib in receipt *of- very -many teominuuications on ..the -eubject, evincing a widespread dis ' satisfaction in regati to th/e working ?-of the, present Aot, aid-Jbringing to -light many, glaring jiaefanoes of in ^justice. The aim oE the : bill is to preserve ' the preBen't i regulations for j admission to the ee? vice by examin , otion rather than by- patronage, -but ? ib providejthat whe& * oivil servant 'has received his appointment. he shall ?have more seoure tenure r.than at the . present. ? i .ThMunotJons of the 'Publio Servica Board, Mr. Wise contends, ..-ought - rather -to ba to regulate ad misBionsio' the serv. ice, and to act as a buffer 'between the- civil servants and 'the/Ministers, than to wield the des potic control over; members of the ..Publio Service sthjat 'the board now exercises, and ...
MOTHER CENTRES. ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
'OTHER CENTRES. ?:-uv: . - ADELONG. ;:? - :.-. (ynoj! a C0SSE8P0NDKNT.) The long dispute between the Gib raltar Mine directors and the miners i Has,.. .all will ba; pleased to learn, (?been amicably settled at last. The ?manager sent a communication to Mr. '-Skurrie, 'f resident of the Miners' Association, on Saturday last, stating that sixty men were required on the ? following Monday-'at the mines, and, - that more hands would' be required 'pice the course of. a few days, j Tha,-men go- on at the old rate of wa^es, viz., v8s.'4d.:jpeEBhift. ?. ' ' This was very ^welcome? news 'for the miners, as well as for toe business people of the town, and all were j pleased to see that the directors- had' -at last seen the fairness of the man's1 -action in, atriking for a fair wage.1' 'The majorityof the miners here know their work thoroughly, and with fresh i men the claims would have taken. -a lot ?of reorganising, and would have en' ^tailed considerable additional expense to tho company, A...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
; An anarchist who was distribut ing 'foopies o? the -manifesto in tlie Btiaet, and crying''1 Deatk to the'King,' has ?tebeen atraated. :: '; A mob made -desperate but un juo /veossful attempts to-rescue him. J ;' 'The prisoner gives the namie . bt :;^Sile9.' 4 .'THE CZAR'S PROPOSAL.) ? } ?^Pre'Bi'deaYMvKinley approves o£ tha ?'??!? Czar's. proposal for an international . .disarmament, and agrees to the ripre ? vsentatibns of the United States afi any ; .conference of the Powers that-may be cpn.Tened for the purpose1 of dispuBS 'ing- the proposal, 1 -ATTEMPTED POISONINGf. Tha Emperor of Corea and/ the Crown Prince became suddenly ill ivafter dinner on Sunday last. j i It is believed that they were pois oned.- -Eleven courtiers hovql been: - arrested, The Emperor is recovering. THE LATE -ASSASSINATION. 'The Geneva police heve arrested five anarchists for complicity in the .assassination of- the Empress of Ana-, ;tria./ .. ?The-assassination of the Empress of Austria has caused a . st...
Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. TERRIFIC HURRICANES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
Cablegrams. -. ? 4 ? ^ LONDON, Thursday. - TERBTFIC HURRICANES. A terriflo hurricane and tidal vrare have occurred at the Barbado'es, West Indies. 200 natives were killed, and 40,000 rendered homeless, while sev eral large vessels were driven ashora. The island of St. Lucia was devas tated, and Kingstown, the oapital of St. Vincent, was destroyed. 800 inhabitants perished, and 20,000 wcro rendered homeless^ SPAIN AND AMERICA. According to thb New York corres pondent of the Times a renewal of tha Spanish-American war is anticipated by Major-general Wheeler, of tho America a'army. j^Hif1' 125,000 American voIuntepflVii ' addition to the regular army, will-,^. '» main under enrolment. The American pence commissioners will demand the. Island of Luzon and coaling stations in tho Ladronos and the Phillippines. ' The insurgents have evacuated tho suburbs of Manila. London, September 14. A REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT. A revolutionary committee at Milan, in Italy, has issued a mani- ^ esto. * ?.?...
THE CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
THE CENSU'RE MOTION. The division on the censure motion was taken at midnight. Gillies and Meagher practically saved the Ministrr. .''.' Neild did not vote, Newman was ill, Young was absent and the vacant Macleay seat makes up the total of the House. The result was received with, great Ministerial cheers and oriea from the Opposition of ' Worse than defeat.' There was great ?xoitement in tha lobbies throughout the evening when it became known that the majority of the Independents were going to vote against the Government. . Tne whips oa eaoh side kept their charges well under control for im mediate action, some coining from ' sick beds and others from a ball at Government House. Tho Premier aaye.'.be is satisfied with the result, as the Ministry is now assured of a majority of seven. Mr.Lyne says that the Government cannot live,, and that there is more trouble ahead. He says that they owe their present position to deliberate bribery. Following is the division list : — AYES. Barnei M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
TME -MEIXI&IN-E- thai -REMLLf CURES I i i must be a Positive, not a Negative Remedy. It must cure so as to giyje strength from the very first; it must not begin by weakening or lowering the system. It must be *a true tonic. Dr* William^ Pinlt Pills for Bald ^People . j .s cure in that way. They are not a purgative* They expel nothing but disease. Among the disorders which they have cured are :— ./ ? . ? Rheuiri-at/isrn Sciatica infiuett za ? ; : ,„ [.'^k . fSnaemia Ladies* ZTf/mettfcs Parats/sis Ssjfnal Disease St. Vf t us' Dance Neuratgia Debility Locomotor /Itaxj? ' 'Heart Disease Pimples & Eczema , Impoverished Blood Kidney Diseases, ????'?????'?? »;, . . ' »— ?— ^— ™~— ' ?.. .' ? DR. ^VILLIAMS' PINK PILLS are riot like ordinary medicine. .-?'?? Tkey cure by acting directly on the causes oi disease. Ordinary medicine acts upon the symptoms or signs of disease ' WHETHER tajAKE THEM OR NOT:- 1 ! HONEST ADVICE FREE OF CHARGE. If you are ill, and tbe doctor cannot cur...