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Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. THE FEDERAL PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 22 December 1900

Sydney, Friday. THE FEDERAL PREMIER. The London Times and Daily News attach little importance to Sir William Lyne's position, which is merely a provisional titlo until the Federal Parliament elects the real Federal Premier. Sir George Turner left Melbourne and Mr. Holder left Adelaide yester day in response to a wire from Sir W. Lyne. It is extremely probable that Mr. R. E. O'Connor will bo offered a position in the Federal Cabinet. Sir W. Lyne will now, no doubt, be able to form a Federal Ministry. The- Melbourne Argus says that Lord 'fiopetoun has shown himself lamentably out of touch with the public opinion. Electoral organisations are making active preparations for tho Federal campaign. LADY HOPETOUN. Lady Hopetoun arrived at Frae mantle by the Bomo yesterday. SYDNEY'S POOR FAMILIES. Six thousand Sydney families will receive assistance J during Common wealth week: '' RAINFALL. . There who n gonortil rainfall ye*ter dfty. It is fine to-diy..

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 22 December 1900

Local and General. A Merry . Christmas to., all. ,>our reader?. To our local contemporary and to all our fellow journalists we aay " A Merry Christmas," and may the New Year treat you kindly. Absent'friends ■ may be reminded of your, existence in the 'flesh by the re ceipt of a pretty card. There, are some beauties at Caspersonn's. Commence the new century by send ing in your natne aa a subscriber to the Advocate. It gives you good value for your money. Special servicoa- ar.o to. be held in connection with the"Church of Eng land on' 'Christinas Day*.'-;:,At. West Wyalong, at 7.30 p.m., special hymns, carols, etc., are to be rendered—the Rev. G. W. Ratten being the preacher. Beer Drinking Record!—We have heard many expressions from men as to the quantity.of beer .they can " put away" in a given time—but previous best records are now knocked clean out of it.' Fancy a. man. drinking 16 ' pints' in less than two hours, walked t>vo miles, and arrived, at his journey's end as sober,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY HE RAN AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

WHY HE RAN AWAY. A certain Manx boy had reached that period in his education when it was thought advisable for him to leave school and go out into the world to learn tilings. He was hired at the TTollantide Fair—that is, lie agreed to work for a year for a certain wage without the option o£ giving notice to 'leave or being given notice to quit. But lie did quit 011 his own account, and was eventually caught and handed over to the authorities. "Why did you run away?" asked the administrator of justice. ' Well, sir/ he replied, ' the first week the pig died and'they sal ted him* The second' week the cow died, and they salted her, and we had to eat them both. The 'third week the mistress died, and I wasn't going to Wait till they salted her.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A CONFUSED ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

A CONFUSED ACTOR. In a certain dramatic. ;lub a com pany was playing.'Caste.' In one of .the'scenes a young man is making love to his sweetheart in • a room; be longing to the youn'g lady's parerrts. Being annoyed at a few people coming out and in, the young man, who was very excited, was about to say ' Come my love to some shady nook to tell our tales of love !' hut getting, rather Confused, he said, 1 Come, my 1'ovo, to : some nosey crook to tell our tales of love.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A GAS-BURNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

A GAS-BURNER. ? " Biive'ydu any gas-burners,' asked' the customer, " Just out of the old kind,' respon ded the old merchant; " but there's a particular kind you can have for noth in»"' . " I would like to see it,' "Well, come to my house about 10 tlo-night. You can see this gas burn er making love to my daughter.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

EXPLAINED. " I must confess to a great deal " of ' egotism,'-said the young man. • " Indeed V responded the caustic maiden. ; ; "Yes. I think about myself en tirely too much.' " 0, that isn't egotism. That's mere ly the usual human tendency to worry over trifles.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

A WAR STORY. ITere is a quaint but perfectly well authenticated story fof ihe American Civil War. At Antietam, just after the artillery had been hotly engaged, a battery was standing awaiting or ders. General Lee approached and stopped a moment. A dirty faced driver of about 17, said to him : " General, are' you going to put us in again 1" Think of such a question from such a source, addressed to the general of-the'1 army;' especially when that general's name was Lee. "Yes, my boy,' the stately officer answered kindly, I have to put you in again. - But what is--your name? Your face seems familiar to uie some how.' "I don't wonder you didn't know me,'sir, 1 am so dirt}'.' laughed the lad. "But I'm- Bob!' It was the •general's youngest son, whom he had thought safe at the Virginia Military Institute.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Pith and. Point. A camel can easily carry a load o£ 1500 lbs'. Of the population of Spain, more than 50,000 are gipsies. In 1837 800,000 people pemhed in India, owing to famine. Gold-mining gives constant employ ment to 45,000 Australian miners. It is estimated that one crow will destroy 700,000 insects every yeai. In Iceland the native's dinner usti ally consists of dried fish and butter. Oiilv Ho divorces have been grant ed in Canada during the last twenty years. The average depth of sand in J™0 deserts of Africa is from 30ft to 40ft. One-third of the United States is yet vacant public land, rich in possi bilities. Two-thirds of the sugar consumed throughout the world is produced from beers. Lights dot the coast line of Great Britain at the rate of one to every 14 mill's. ' „ Sir Garnet Wolselev's victorious expedition against Ooomassie in 18/ cost £900,000, Ashantes is one continuous forest, with small clearings, where native village's.have been built. Indian widows go into mourn...

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Sprays of Humor. WHY HE WAS ANXIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Sprays of Humor. F5-.3— WHY HE TV AS ANXIOUS. While Archbishop Trench was Dean ■of Westminster lie celegated Canon Cureton to preach at the Abbey on a certain saint's tiny. On such days the boys of Westminster School- attended service, and after service had the rest of the day as a holiday. While Mr. Cureton, on the morning of the day he was to officiate, was looking over his sermon at the breakfast table, his son asked in a tone vibrating with anx iety : " Father, is yours a long, sermon to day V' "No, Johnny, not very." " But hosv long 1 Please tell hie." " Well, about twenty minutes, I should say; But why are you so anx ious to know f' "Because, father, the boys say they will thrash me awfully if you are more than half an hour.1'

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

- Divino Services. Church 6f England. All-Saints', Wyaio.n<j.. Dec 30, 7.30 p.m, Rev G W Ratten.' St. ateraolias' West SVyateng. Dec 80, 11 a-m, Ruv -i' W\.Rfilfcen,7.30 p.ni, .Mr Cunnist^r G. W. J?'i lfen, Incumbent. NOTICE,--^ ON ACCOUNT' OF THE HOLIDAYS tlicre will be- NO. .ISSUE of the " ADY08ATE" on Wednesday, 2nd Jan., 1901.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE TWO FATHERS. A MEETING OF FRIENDS AFTER A LAPSE OF YEARS. Written specially for the "Advocate." [BY BRAMBLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

The— TWO FATHERS.. A Itf'EEtr>TG OF FRIENDS AFTER A LAPSE OF YEARS Written specially for the "Advocate." ' [BY Bli'AMBljE.} ELLO, Sam, what brings you "ipS3 to this inland spot ? Why I I never <!xp«ctecl to son you in a I ■ placo wliero living is so hard, and where only those who have to face tlie world oil an empty bulking ac count are compelled to seek a living ; tlio best way they can-" " Well, Jop, my friend, 2 hardly ■Jknew yon. But what, brings ml; hem Ms trilling conhecf.ion'With our firm, and T expi'c'l to set that right, inn few hours. Tlicn I" shall make, all speed back to spend .my ChrishiV-is :'with my old Dad. He <Ud'ri6t'T want . ine to come hero' before Christmas, but' to put oft' the matter '[ have in hand until after the New Year — but J thought it best to settle it at once and u<^t luck as soon as possible." " Yes," said Joe, " it is best to be done with the concern al once. It is so ninny years since I saw you that I had given- ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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THE Wyalong Advocate, SATURDAY, DEC. 29, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

SATURDAY, DEC. 2!), 1900. N January 1 tlie world- enters upon the first day-of the first month of the Ih'sfc year of the twentieth century,-and tlie'fact wiH set hundreds of thousands of pens in motion and supply a theme- for a hundred million tongues. ]>7ot- only ■will- minds innumerable review the records;of the past twelve months, but will'delve into the historic-find thril ling incidents' o? 0/ century that is .gone—a cenciify of unexampled acli ieVefnents in ;dmosL. every department of human development. The nine teenth century enriched the stock of the world's treasury in directions which may not be detailed here; but fche. hundred years now ended may be (truthfully- termed- the century of in ventions. Mus-ie, Vil.ei'afccire- and art may not have had the - masters' of the preceding centuMos, but the sciences nave been •uiagivif.w-rvbiy- served to the everlasting benefit of flie huinan fam ily. Heroic? steam camc upon the stage only'to'be eclipsed by the marvels of elect...

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A Social Problem. Written for the Advocate. By Bramble [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Social Problem. Written for the Advocate. ■ 3/ Bramble- ' rciv liis future lot will knovr " ITe'tv still will.care—UoKtcw. [||N the1 quiet of her girl'-'l-ifo X first jjtSV- met Bessie Holland Tier bro pv tJior, who introduced top, wax • (• then in'the first flush of joy ;it his success in gaining.tlie gold medal j for classics m> his first year. The affection (unspoken before me) deeply felt between brother and sister, •was noticeable in the many little nets offeourter-y and attention they bestowed cm'each other. They wore not alike, either in contour of face or complexion ; Bessie Holland's ac^nilint) features wfiit} adorned by a splendid growth of gldssy dark liair, and her expression and bearing conveyed, the impression of-'gentility. Bert was of tlie-opposite cast of fea tures, broad at the. jaw with high cheek bone's, and his prominent brow sonffied • -to overhang when in deep j thonghfyand to add lustre to his spark- | liifg blin eyes, when dancing with merriment beneath i...

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Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Friday. THE FEDERAL MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

.. Syiwev, Friday. T-HE -F i >VTRAL IVHSISTRYr" - Sir 'George Turner, Sir John Forest, Mr. . Deakeri and Mr. Dickson have agreed to join Mr, barton's Federal Ministry. Mr. B.irtoii expects to lie a lie to givfi.the Coveriiou GeuiH'al the full list to-night. C© MMON WE ALTH PROCESSIO N The Organising Committee. recom mend that Members of Parliament bo requested to abstain from .attending the Commonwealth procession. The wholo of the Mounted Police force, numbering 150, will participate in the procession. A FATAL RHAIUi VfTE. An attendant afc a bookstall at Cir cular Quay was fatally bitten- by a shark while bathing in Middle Harbor; ■'? BUSI-I FIRES. Serious bush fires nrc"raging at Ara rat, Tic'. - Bust tires are also raging in the Albury district. RISE IN COAL. The prico of coal at Melbourne- has risen from 50 to 100 per cent, owing to the lengthy pit holidays at New castle. • . A BRUTAL MTJRDER. A foreigner living alono in;a humpy near Towns villi: has been brutally hacked to d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

LALOO' MAHOMED BAUX, The WELL-KNOWN SMOIALIST ' and Indian Occulist, Is in receipt of the following testi monial Wvalong, Dec, 20th, 1900, This is to certify that I, Charles Peiry, of Wyalong, have been thoroughly cured of a disease in the eye, it bring bad for about five months, a scum growing 011 the eye, causing terrible pain, the eye being almost closed, and my sight being impaired to the extent that during the last few weeks before consulting Dr. Laloo t Mahomed Baux, Indian Occulist, I could < not discern any object beyond the distance of a few yards. After (5 weeks' treatment daily by Dr. Laloo Mahomed Baux, I atn more than pleased to affirm that he has effectoda complete cure, my eyesight being vory clear and as strong as ever. I never lost oho day's work all the time ho was treating my oven. I would strongly re commend anyone suffering from any dis ease of the eyes to consult Dr. Laloo Mahomed Baux. Indian Occulist, and his treatment, and I have no doubt as to th...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

London, Thursday, The Boer raid on Cape Colony has proved si failure, the Dutch residents neither joining- the -commandos nor rising locally. The uneasiness among loyalists is now abating, and the hostile press- is quieting down. • Trains are now running froi-i' -the Gape to Pretoria; . Lord Roberts has arrived at Maderia on his hotnev,-arr],-voyage. The Australian charger and equip ment were presented to General Baden RjW'eli, in the presence of the Austra lian forces and Mrs. and Miss Powell on the 20tla instant.

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Police Court. WYALONG, Dec. 26th. (Before J. Smethurst, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

Police Court. WYALONO, Dec. 26 (,h. (Before J. Smetliurstj Esq., J.P.) William McFadzean, drunk and ^obscene language. Fine 5s for drunk, (language 10s. Johu Pendergast, indecent language. Defendant applied for remand till 29th for' purpose of obtaining witnesses. DECEMBER 29th. (Before (lie P.M.) John Pondegrast withdrew his plea o£ not guilty and was fined 20s. Go to Souden's for Paints, Oils, and all kinds of Hardware. A consignment of handsome, highly finished, and cheap SULKIES just arrived and on view at Collie's Auction Mart.

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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Cootarmmdru, Tcmora, Canned man, a i <1 Wyaloncr. daily. (Sundays excepted) at 5.50 p.m., arrives ut West Wyalon? at G.30 p.m. From Ungurie, Condobolin, etc., Tuesdays ana Fridays at 4 a.in From ilarsdon find Forbc.s, Sundays nnu Thursdays at 0 p.m. . From Valgogrin, Monday?, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at 4 p.m. From Caroon, on Sunday* at (> p.m. From ICildavy, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at C p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

White Tank Hotel, MAIN-STREET WLST WY ALONG. Mrs. E. Cuzner WISHES to intimate to her numerous friends and the public gonerally of tUo Wyalong Goldfield and surrounding districts that she is licensee of tlio above Hotel, which is replete with all the latest improvements that are necessary to make a liotel comfortable, where none only but the best brands of spirituous and fermented liquors can bo procured. A fiast-class table ■where a sumptuous repast can be obtained. Special attention to the travelling public. Loose Boxes a Specialty—the best on , the field. —NOTE THE ADDRESS— And givo a trial to Mrs. E. CUZIE&, WHITE TANK HOTEL.. MAIN STEEET, WEST WYALONG. H AW p y"'. [t s- E' $ /'• '/ s l\h' ¥' EUCALYPTI "V EXTRACT, 1ST prize SYDNEY 1895,1SSS, 1807,1898 and 1899. THE BEST IN THE WORLD —THE— WYALOM AGRICULTURAL SHOW, IS OVER. ' - E, HESSE'S JEEW&LDSHY SHOW JS STILL ON. ■vtOII aro all invited to call and inspect Jl his Latest Stock, jnst imported direct from this man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 29 December 1900

MEDICAL. DR. 0A8PERS0M, M-D., D.D.S., (l!EOrsTEKEIJ BY THE NEW SOUTH WAi.ES SrEDICAL EOAKI)). MAY be Consulted at ALL HOURS at the Wyalong Dispensary and Phar macy, Main-street, West Wyalong. M. M. PERRY, (M-R-C-S-, L-S-A.) Late Surgeon to Yass Hospital and Gaol, and Government Medical Officer for Yass District, MAY be consulted at all hours at his Residence, Main Street-, Wyalong West, or cJiiriuir meal hours will bo touncl at HAR'L'IGAirS Imperial-Hotel. Ei&gal Motice.s MR. Gr. P- EVANS, AITOENEY, SOLICITOR, AND PEOCTOE, (Next Mining' Registrar's Office), WEST WYALONG. Iggp Commissioner for Affidavits for Now Sou th-Wales, Victoi'iu, South Australia and Tasmania. Kindly Forward , all my Goods through GELLING AND SONS. Addess Victorian Goods, C/o Gelling and Son?, Albury. | SYDNEY GOODS- j GELLING'S TRUCKS. SVDNEY AGENT :— F. CRIDLAND, 17 HAMILTON-STEEET. TELEPHONIC 2713. LALOO MAIIOMM) BAUX, THE WELL -KNOWN gjieciatist & Imlian Oculist,. IS LOCATED AT Mr. J. Sharp'...

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