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A DETECTIVE STABBED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
A DETECTIVE STABBED. Defective Toomey, of fcho Queens land forces, was stabbed severely on the steps of the General Post Office | yesterdaj', iy a man named Joseph Baker, a Queensland criminal recently discharged from gaol after serving a term of ei^ht years for burglary. The would bo assassin was immedi ately arrested. Detective Tooriiey's condition is serious. A subscription has been started by telegraph in aidof the British artillery men wfjo weris severely -injured in the recent gun explosion at Moore Park. The subscription already amounts to £66.
LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
LOCAL INFORMATION, Tlie Mails. • ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Cootnnnmdrn, Temora, JUrmed mau, mi d* "Wyalong. daily, (Sundays cxccptcd) at 5.GO p.tii , arrives at West Wyaloitff u6 6.30 p.m. From Ungarie, Condobolin, etc., Tuesdays and Fridavs at i a.m. _ , From ^tarndcnand Forbes, Sundays nud Thursdays at (5 p.m. . From STalgogriii, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Iri days at 4 p.m. jjYom Cuvoon, on Sundays at 0 p.rti. From Kiluary, oil "Wednesdays tir.d Saturdays at 6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
LALOO MAHOMED! BAUX, I • The WELL-KNOWN SPECIALIST and ' Indian Occulist, i ts in receipt of the following te3ti ."Bionial:— Wyalong, Dec, 2Gth,'1900, This ia to certify that I, Charles Perry, > of Wyalong, have been thoroughly cured -.of a disease in the eye, it bring bad for I -about five months, a scuin growing on the | , oye, causing terrible pain, the eye being j almost closed, unduiy-si^ht being impaired to the extent that during the last feiv j . weeks "before consulting Dr. Laloo I Mahomed Baux, Indian Occulist, I could not discern any object beyond the distance | of a few yards. After 6 weeks' treatment daily by Dr. Laloo Mahomed Baux, I am • more than pleased to affirm that he has •effected a complete cure, my eyesight being &lt;very clear and as strong as ever. I never lost one .day's work all the-time ho was -.treating my oyee. I-would strongly re ccmmend anyone suffering from any dis ease of. the syes- to con.-ult Dr. Laloo Jfahomed'Bau.T. Indian Occulist, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
MKDIOAL. DR. CASPERSONN, M.D., D.D.S., (hEGISTUKEDBY tub NEW SOOT5,'TALES V MEDICAL BOARD). MAY be Cousultod at ALL HOURS at the Wy along Dispensary and Phar macy, Main-street; "West Wyalong. DR. M. PERRY, (M-R.C-S-, L-S-L) Late Surgeon to Yas3 Hospital and Gaol, and Government Medical Officer foe Yass District, MAY bo consulted at all hours at his Residence, Main Street, Wyalong West, or during meal hours will ba found at ITAIiTIGAN'S Imperial Hotel. • Dental jfotices. DENTAL NOTICE. E. CASPERSOM, —D.D.S.— (Doctor of Dental Surgery.) Late De monstrator of the Philadelphia Dental Collego and Hospital-of Oral Surgery, MAY bo consulted at his Surgery; Main street, West Wyalong, free of charge,1 ou all matters relating to'Surgioal,>Mechan cal or Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia. Painless extraction by all the newest methods. Tooth filled with Gold, Silver, Ptatina, Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, ote. /Vrtitk'ial TCccth without Pla tes or on Gold, Platina, Silver, Dental Alley, Vulcanit...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
DEPARTURES. For liaimeflman, Tcmorn, C'ootnmundra, find Syd ney, daily, (Sundays cxccptcd) at. 7 n.m. I'or 1'npa no, on Tuesdays uiul Saturdays at 8 p.m. For j\Jjii\silon and Forbes, 011 "Wednesdays aud Saturdavs ut 7 a.m. , ^ . For Yaljrosrin, on Tuesdays, T liursuays mid bat davs at 10 a.m. £or Ouroon, on Saturdays at G a.m. For Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdays at &lt; a.m. 1 Thft wails axe delivered at the post ofliceupl-o S -p.m. each dav •• Mails are ready for delivery about I .ualf-aii-hohr after the arrival of coach. ' " Letter box clearod for despatch at G a.m. each day. Pillar box at Central "Wyaloiig cleared daily at ' Money Order and Government Saving Bank. Htmrsr-AVjeek daya—10 a.m. to 5,p4m.; SaturAaya— 10tt.B).tolp.ro.
War News. SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
War News. SOUTH AFRICA. Most of the liion of the western commando of the Boer raiders are operating botwen Hanover and Middle burg. One section has reached as far south as Glenharry, near Graaf Heinet, where there is a British garrison. iMine sharp fighting has taken place neas -Middlebui'gh, and thQ i'tiilwyy has been damaged to the south of Ter fonlien. The general feeling in Capetown with regard to the invasion of the solony by the Boers is that strong' reinforcements aie imperative. The absence of an actual rising among the Afrikander farmers is ascribed to tho lack of arms. Whilst few farmers have joined the ranks of the invaders, the latter have been everywhere assisted with infor mation, and in many places horses have been freely offered. The Boers' horses are footsore, and the enemy generally Jack fodder. The country in the dirjetion at Fraserburgh Gape Coloney, is barren. The military are collecting .all the remounts and grain. . The^ Boers Ikivo captured -and dc stroked th...
An Opal Find. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
For some considerable time prospect-. ing lias been going on about Wyalong for opal and other mineral, but with only small success. A short time ago some few specimens of opal were found in Mr. Boultee's paddock, but on Mon day last excitement ran pretty high in West Wyalong when it was reooi'ted that a rich find of opal had been made, by a man named P. Donnelly, in Mr. R. ©agio's paddock, about two miles out of town near Deeble's Tank, at a dam in one of the paddocks. Some very pretty specimens were shown about town on Tuesday, and Mr. Gagie forwarded us a small piece. One of the prospectors said they had found something that would turn Wya long completely over. Beyond the fact that splendid speci mens have been discovered, we are not yet in a position to give any particulars of the find. But no doubt before our next issue appears something good will be announced. Should this find prove a success, there will be a big rush to Wyalong, and business will bo given a splendid impetus. A...
GORED BY A BULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
GORED BY A BULL. A man named George Mr.son, who was 1 employed at a dairy near Bath urst, was seriously goied by a bull yesterday. (FROM THE " ADVOCATE" REPRESENTATIVE.)-.-' Sydney, Tuesday. The Military Sports to-day and yesterday were largely attended. Lieutenant Hail, of the If S.W Lancers, won the riding and jumping competition. There was also tent pegging by the Indian soldiers, exhibitions of war baloon, and laying field telegraphs by the Imperial Engineers. The representation of warfare on the Indian frontier was greatly ad- ■ mired. At the celebration of the arrival of Captain Cook at Botany Bay, 25 Queensland blacks took part. The affair was a great success. Six hundred guests attended the civic luncheon. Four hundred and three South African troops arrived in Sydney this uior'ning.' The returned soldiers met with a great reception. Frietids of the men were allowed to walk along the street with them.. The Conference of'Premiers was unanimous in sending, 2,300 troops to South...
The Old Century and the New. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
The Old Century and tlie New. Ab last we liavo entered upon Urn new century, and are now in a position to review, in the briefest possible manner, the marvellous happening of tin; past hundred years. This lias been a century of progress. Just 100 years ago, one might say, Napoleon was staggering the world with Ilia genius and his daring ambi tion. Europe vvas groaning under the burden of militarism, the people were crushed with taxes, tlieir breadwinners were being slaughtered ; but with the rise of Wellington all this was changed. Since (hen, too, shivery, that great curse oi' the race, lias been abolished. Twenty years before the close of the lust century France abolished the last traces of serfdom from hep soil, and Denmark followed ten years latter; but it was not until 1840 that Austria redeemed th->. last 7,000,000 of iier serfs, and not till 1848 did Germany liberate the last of her peasants. In 1861 Russia had about 48,000,000 serfs, who were bought from their masters at ...
CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
" London. Monday. ... Kruger is suffering from failure of the heart's,action. Professor. Mairten'a celebrated In ternation Jurist Bays Ivmger's claim for arbitration is outside the scope of the Hague International Board. Sir Alfred Milner asked tlie British Government for n. grunt of £100,000 for the relief of homeless Uitlanders. Several Boer commandos have ap peared in British Bechuanaland. The British have evacuated the im portant towns of Jagorsfontein aiid Fauresinith, in the southern part of Orange River Colony. The . Boers immediately occupied the towns. A soldier av the front — tlm son of a village clergynvvn in West: Kent—in a letter to his f-itiiLM* makes the follow ing significant request:—" Plaise send me a box of ei^uettes, but label the parcel " Religious Tracts," and then I shall b&lt;v certain to reccive tliem. 1 don't know whether you liavo alie.idy forwarded uny. I haven't received them. If yon direct tlie box as above it, v> ill reach mo all right."
An Aerial Domicile. BY A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
An Aerial Domicile. BY A BANKER. In formor times ".'hen immagination and superstition occupied the position which foieneo now holds, tho four elements—as then understood—fire, wator, earth ancl air, .wore belevied to ho the homes of innumer able hosts of various ethereal little beings, Firo had for its genie the imaginery sala mander ; water its gracefull nymphs and naiads, ever youthfull, and ever beautiful ; earth its gnomes and pi\ies, ugly little misshapen creatures dwelling in the darkest recesses of caverns and mines; while air was peopled with throngs of faries, elves, fays, sprites, and othor diaphanous beings, mostly charming and extraordinarily lovely littlo existences, whoso chief pleasure was supposed to be dancing by moonlight, with whom they had become enamoured; but occasionally spiteful, mischievous, and malevolent. With the advance in knowledge, however, and the resulting disappearence of super stition (at any rate in reference to this particular subject), tho belie...
At the Front. HOW TROOPER HUGHES WAS WOUNDED. (From "S. M. Herald.") KROONSTAD, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 January 1901
At tlie Front. „HOW TROOPER HUGHES WAS , WOUNDED. •(FcoEn"S. M. Herald.") ■KBOONSTAD, Nov. 18. The New South WaIps Mounted Rifles "Tind a bitter experience tlio day before yesterday, and over since an element nf sadness and gloom has manifested itself throughout the camp, for aa a result of that day's operations one of tho best and iHost esteemed non-commissioned officers in tlio whole regiment has finishud his ' trek' through life, and two other fine follows lie sevorely wounded. We moved out from Kroonstad, where ■we had rested after the Bothaville fight for a few days, on Thursday last, and camped at the foot of a long, low kopje, about 16 miles to the west of that town and known as Ehenoster Kop. The following morning Colonel Do Lislu sent out threo patrol partiea, each consisting of an offici-r und 15 men, and representing respectively the New South Wales men, the Western Aus tralians, and Kitchener's Iforsn. Evidently ,4he information supplied to the Colonel had led him to bel...