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Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
Gleanings, ? ♦ ? Switzerland enjoys tho un enviable distinction of having a larger percentage of lunatics than any other country In the canton of Zurich there are 3,2G1 in a population of 339,000. Within the last-thirty years there has been on the British coasts over 60.000 wrecks, ths loss being 20,000 lives. The Banbof England's cred it-was saved by the timely issue of £1 notes. The heads of persons be headed, for State offences were formerly exposed to view on long poles uponXondon Bridge The last head so exhibited was that of Venner, the fifth mon archy zealot, beheaded in the reign of Charles II. The cfonquest of France in 1S71 was a dear bargan for Germany after all. Tiio L200,000,000 indemnity was mainly, spent on fortresses, and ,' since the - war Ger many has spent over L600 000,0Q0 on her own army alone. If the loss of the labour of 400,000 men perpetually withdrawn from industries and kept locked up in barracks is calculated, some faint concep tion may be formed of the co...
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday, 9 a.m. THE GOVERNMENT WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Fridav, 9 a.m. THE . GOVERNMENT WINS. ' The debate on tho motion of cen« sure was completed this morning. - The vote was lost by 58 votes to 54; . ?-?'?.-? , - SYDNEY, Friday, l.p.m., THE BARTON-SMITH CONTEST. Messrs Barton and Smith are con tinuing the struggle at The Macleay. Both the candidates are being -well received, and their speeches are be* ' coming very hot and strong. Efforts' are being made to induoo MesBrs Reid and Want to visit tho district and speak on behalf of Smith. Tho Bartonians are also anxious for help from Sydney.to enable them to score a victory. jB|
PUBLIC PRATINGS. [We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed in this column.—Ed. G.I.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
PUBLIC PRATINGS. [We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed in this xolumn. — Ed. G.I.'] TO THE BDITOH, Sir, — In your last issue you refer' to Ashfield's Parliamentary represen tative in ' somewhat endearing terms ' — ' that brilliant and brainy Barny Wise' you term him. Well, in my opihionj Wise is nothing but a fraud ; he played rather lo\r down on his old chief, refused to have any truck with George Reid (jealousy the cause), and, now we find him in the enemy's camp — he, an avowed Freetrader chirping merrily under the wing of the Pro teotiohist ' clucker.' AVise may havo brains, but he has never put same to any practical use for the benefit of his country, whilst -as a politician he is shifty, and, besides, he has no sym pathy with anyone not within his own clique, and is no friend to tke working man — look at th« way in which he referred to his opponent at last elect ion as ' a common bricklayer.' * Yours, &o , . '??;.:.?? ..,v: .:,.,;-..?;? V...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
„ THE PEOPLE'S PAPEE. donduoted on Democratic and Liberal Lines. 'GUNDAGAr INDEPENDENT,' And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS The INDEPENDENT will be run on broad and liberal lines, and will contain all the latest Political, Commercial, Mining, Sporting and General News. A good Serial Story will be commenced in an early issue, as we well know that people like a peep at the sentimental, as well as serious side of Life. We have made arrangements With a Leading Sydney Lady Writer to contribute us a Chatty Letter every week on Topics dear to female hearts. The INDEPENDENT will contain News from District Gentres, contributed by Reliable Correspondents. In advance? ISs« per annum, If Booked, 24s» ff ' ADVERTISING- ^ATBB : ORDINARY ADW& PAR ADYTS. First iBfch ? - '??-?-? 3s One Inch or Less ?'.- 4s Bach Additional Inch * 2s Each Additional Inch 3s CS'O1jT^T AT ¥5 A ^PIPQ: 3?or Standing' Advertisements €)ur Job Printing Department wil...
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
Hffi TOWN TOPICS. J jKHprHER beautiful ! : :- ' JREaistKB-yout poodlos ! ? Do you know; Field and Kelly ? , Juvenile Ball last night fairly sue-, oessful.' ,-.'/';. ?'?? The Independent is still booming along. , . . Faritebs ! tbro,w your ojes over Maeheaand Son's advt. Footballers'. Ball— socially, suo cessful ; financially,' not. PiiivATR residences are ia big de mand in Gundagai. . Fak.mehs' meeting at Coolao to-; day (Saturday), No empty houses ia town. Speaks well. for the place. Monthly revision of the electoral roll at ' tho Court House, on Monday next. .Thb Council has started re metalling Sheridan-street — a long promised and much-needed work. A Parramntta resident contemplates opening a bakery business in Qunda gaiin a.few weeka. At the local Police Court, on Wed nesday last, an offender was fined 10a. or 48 hours for indecent behaviour. J ' East Lynne' at Fry's Hall on Monday evening nfxt. Go and see* it. The troupe is. worth patronising. ; A lot ofc'tnachitt'ery, consign...
A SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
A SCANDAL. ? *_j — ?—? .?????? ??? . -? X)f the many dirty devices that have been resorted to by the Reid Government nothing ever so scandalous has come under public notice as the conduct of the Minister for Works in connection with the present contest for The Macleay Up -?' there Australia's most bril liant statesman, the Hon. E. Barton, is seeking an entry in to the Parliamentary life of the colony, for the purpose of endeavoringto wrest from the hands of its enemies that cause ' for which he has sacrificed so much. That federation is in jeop_£U'dy is plainly palpable, ^._^jS«-5iat people of all shades of opinion wish to see Mr. Barton go to the rescue will admit of no denial. . But, with that' little-niindedness which so' oftimes seems, to actuate Mr. Reid, he is straining every nerve to bring about the defeat of federation's only recognised champion. The man of cun ning, is afraid of the man with brains, the politician fears the statesman, and no means are --„ to be spared to br...
PERSONAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
PERSONAL PARS. Young Australians seem to be some what backward as regards adopting the calling of a Minister.' At the present time the Presbyterian Church, has ten scholarships going abegging. Jobn Norton is more forcible than polite at timea. He was speaking off a city balcony one night, and when he paused once to ' whet his whistle,' someone in the crowd sang out, 'What ia it, Jack ?' ' Oh,' replied the fiery journalist, ' something that would do your ewankey-drenched stomach good I' Some years ago that illustrious and now deceased statesman, Sir Henry Paxkes, was on a visit to a Southern district town, and among the several addresses of welcome presented to him, was one from the Good Templars Lodge. The old gentleman, in re sponse, said he felt proud to receive such an enthusiastic welcome from that great organisation known as the Good Templars. But he had not the distinguished honor of being a mem ber of that body. He liked his ' glass,' and took it whenever he felt so in clined...
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
POLITICAL PIPS. Barton is going strong for The Macleay. Vote of Censure negatived in the House on Thursday night by 68 to 54. ip .Barton snouia oy a miscnanco oe defeated for The Macleay, will Joe Cook hand Sydney Smith back- his Mines portfolio'? Not much 1 Ma Donaldson says that Mr Eeid fears Mr. Barton, and that he will leave no stone unturned to bring about Toby's defeat. Macmay elector at Barton's meeting at Kempsey : — '.You -ran away from Bourke !' ? Barton : — ' Yes, I tan away from the small gun to face the Gatling gun.' : Woman' suffrage has received a set? back in Victoria. The Female Suff rage Bill has been knocked out in the Council bv 19 votes to 15. One of the Victorian Counoiliors (Mr. Campbell) says that female suffrage has created a tremendous amount of diaoord amongst families in New Zealand. 'A split in the camp of the Macleay opponents of Barton. Severul of them want a local man to oppose ' Toby' in preference to ex-Minister for Pump kins Smith. .' Wise appeals ...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
CHAPTER II. Tho last few hours have been Bpenfc in the bustle which is so often inci dental to a hurried departure on, an errand which -Reaves a doubt as to what it may bo'necesaury or advisable to provide for it. But at last every thing is ready, and Puttie and I are at home again, after having accompaniod Nietta to Euston. The latter has taken her maid to Sandilnncls with her, and it is just possible that she mny b3 away several dayB, in which case we two have a comfortable time before us, unharassed by the innumer able little details of work which care Usa-hcarted Nietta seems to be such aaadopt at creating. ' There now,1' sighs Pattie, ' we are our own mistresses for a little while, and we can't do better than celebrate the event by haying a quiet cup oF tea in my room. It will seem like old times ugain.' 'One would think that you re gretted the departure of the old times, Pattie.' ' Indeod, I don't, dear. Wo had too many real anxieties in those days for us ever to wisn tuem oac...
[?] COLOURS. [?] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
?????pi ?I^IKiiiiiii ^^^^^HPnAPTER I. : v'^: ?HBHPn°° w5sl1 Ooralio had a little; H|^^MPconaideration for othoral-V I ^nPfai't ray *1.eart on goirfg to LaSy JPWjIidaa'a danoe to night.' v- ,. 'Why, what ib there to prevent r','/ yon? And what has Coralia got to; tlp.wi'h it?'' /' She has everything to do wittt.it, a3 you shall soon hoar. Just listen to 'ho'rlottor, und then you will boo; how,, awkwardly her nirangemcnts clash with mine.' j . We nro Bitting at tbo breakfast t:iMe, and thero are three of us. Niottit, by lijiht o£ hor position as thej ouly wealthy member of the family, 'ia tho quoon o£ our litt'o circle, and \ro two iaftVior mortals look towards Tier expectantly, as sho proceeds to . read aloud a communicilion which, as we,l-ciAO already been given to '--?urtiltrbtarid.'ia aufficuntly important 'to set aside t'rr cheriahod desire of 'bo autocratic a little person ou Nietta Mu'vony. - ; ' ' My darling- TCifclta,' so runs tho ?epiatlo, ' you will be astonished to -liwr t...
A RECOMMENDATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
A RECOMMENDATION. Thb Carroll-Seott Dramatic Com pony played. to a very poor house in Gundagai on Tuesday evening last, when they staged ' The Victoria Cross.' The members of the Com pany were greatly ' off colour,' and did not do justice to their reputations, being tired after their long journey from Murrumbftteman that day. Next Monday evening the Company pro duce f East Lynno,' and we would strongly recommend Gundagai folk to go and see the performance, as the troupe is well worthy of patronage, being about the strongest combination travelling in tho provinces at preseLt, We havo had the pleasure cE seeing the Company in other towns, and oan not pronounce it other than a tip-top one.
JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 17 September 1898
JUVENILE BALL. The dance .promoted for the enjoy ment of the youngsters by the local football club was only fairly patron ised on Thursday evening last, The children present, however, made things hum, dancing till after 11 o'clock to good piano music provided by Mrs. MoKeuzie. There waa but a slight interval for refreshments. The wants of tho youngsters were looked after by Misses Quigley, Fry, Bullo and Pollard, and Messrs Molesworth and Field, whilst Messrs C, Burke and P. Jenkins kept the adult portion of the gathering in a dimmer of en joyment by the racountal of amusing reminiscences. During the evening two little Cootamundra visitors, Misb Hannah and Miss Birdie Loonios sang two songs, ' Love and Pride1' and ' Kiss and Make It Up.' their first class efforts on each occasion being met with rounds of applause. Miss Birdie .Looxnes also danced a hornpipe in fine style. The future belles pre sent were : — Mi«9 Lucy Fry, ' Nuncy lye.' Mi«» H--ese Fry, cream cashmere, torchon lace -...