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How Diet Affects Obesity. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 5 October 1898
How Diet Affects Obesity. The life of Arthur Orton, the Tich- borne claimant, affords an interesting lesson. He varied in bulk at different periods of his life in a most astonishing manner. In 1866, when, being about thirty-one years of age, and living at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, he was slim, and weighed only 10st. 8lbs. During his stay of a few months at Sydney, he rapidly increased to 18st. ; and when, in January, 1867, Lady Tichborne 'recognised 'him in Paris as the missing Sir Roger, he weighed 21st. During the stormy years of his two trials he grew, but at a slower rate, and at the time of his conviction on February 28th, 1874, he scaled no less than 25st. At the end of 1884, after ten years and eight months' imprisonment, his weight had been reduced to lOst. 6lb., or 2lb. less than his weight at Wagga Wagga in 1866. When he whs liberated, his weight again increased, and at the time of his death he is said to have weighed 18st. If these data are correct, the 'British Medic...
Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 9 a.m. THE CENSURE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday, 9 a.m. '* THE CENSURE DEBATE. The division on the censure motion resulted in a majority ror the Govern ment, the voting being 58 to 32. Later. The Censure debate wfta continued in the House yesternight by Messrs Garland, ITassall, Moore and Neild till 8 o'clock, when Mr Barton rose, amid' great cheers, and delivered a strong, able and temperate speech, lust ing about three hours. He aaid if tbo motion was lost he would give the Government hia loyal support to pass the federal resolutions formulated. A quantity cf unpleasant evidence was given against LUr xonng, wno defended himself against the impula: tions in connection with the McSharry case. Mr. Roid Rtrongly defended the Minister for Works. lie waa very severe on the press for tkeir criticism, and concluded a particularly able speech by recapitulating the great ser viceB rendered to the country by the present- Government; their four years' admiuihtration of affairs without a stain on their character. A...
SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
SPORTING. ? CHA1TY NOTES. BY OiAROO. Wkiss, tho great billiard player, paid a visit, to Cootamundra lust week and dropped into the Albion Hotel billiard saloon. Ilia identity was not disclosed, and he arranged a gamo with the lessee, Mr. Richard Gard iner, who won easily. Another game was played, thostraneer being offei ed a handi cap, but it was declined. Weiss, showing some of his true furm, wont out in a couple of breaks, and a hearty laugh followed at the expense of Gardiner, who also apprecia ted the juke himself. * . . * This little ' take down '? reminds mo of an incident which occurred in the early seventies in a town somewhere about 200 miles from Gundngai. The crack cueist of the day at that time vvaa Stretch, who trav elled through eyery town of any importance in New South Wales. One day he popped into tho billiard B'lloon of the township, which possessed a champion of its own. Stretch was shabbily dressed, and wore a pair of old mud bespattered moleskin trousers, hob-nai...
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
'^-b^ 4. : POLITICAL PIPS. m~ i *j./ St -- ? a ? - '''' Our rnembtr, In the Assembly, on, Tues day, voted . against the appointment of a select committee to Inquire into the case of William Creawell (at present an inmate of Gladesville) — whom many people aver is Sir Ro^er Tichborne. -Mr. Lyse : If these Government sup porters were anxious to investigate the matter, we do not know how far party views might weigh with them. Mr. Sleuth : The hon. member ia .judging pooplo by his own bushel. Mr. Lyna : In this case 1 certainly would not trust the hon. member. Mr. Roid : Am I to be interrupted, Mr, Speaker. Mr.. Speaker : I must call the hon. member for Grutton to order. There is no justifica tion for these interruptions. Mr. Seo: Exoept for the coarBe insults which have been hurled at this side of the House by the hon. member ! Mr. Speaker : If the hon. member con ' tinues these interrupt ions I shall name, him for disp^rding the authority of the ohair I Mr.^jft It ia just as well to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
'. Our Directory. . ? 4 ? B1B0, W , Itonmongor, &o , Shcridan Bticet (~\ \UVGRALL, A , Roysl Uotel, Shori V_^/ dun eticet C^uKNlOll BKOS., general storekeepers, J Wilhelin-street. DODL) and CO., general., storekeepers, Sheridan-street. -[711 ELD and KELLY, Tailors, Sheridan Jj Street. G BIFFIN and Wookes, solioito-s and nllidnvit commissioners, Wilhelro-st. ? 7|~ 00MB3, J., hairdresser aud tobacoo '-\ l niat, Sheridan-street. SOLOMuN, P. and S., Stbiokeepera' 'VV.lliolm-strcot. TttACEY, iMUS. A., Cinb House Hotel, Sheridan-street. . tjunda^ai Independent ? ♦ ? ? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1898. 8?
LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTES ' FROM SYDNEY. (By ' Lady Blarney.') Eighi-houes Day passed over in its usual way. The prosession was just the same as of former years, but the holiday makers in the early morning thought that the day would turn out an unfavourable one. However, the sun shone out, and a delightful holi day was the result. ' With few exceptions the dancing season ? is over, and picnics are the order of the aay. The days are de lightful for such outings, and the children are tho benofitera thereof. Have I remarked to you before tho pretty way in which the design on dresses are marked out in true lovers' knots. Not only is the fashion ia wedding dresses, which are, I suppose, symbolical o^j^J-he happiness of connu' ?^^^^?Bff'in race dreflses and those n^^BHBpry social function. I wonder will we class the Dowager Empress of China amongst the new women now that she has asserted her superiority over the leading masculine lights of the Celestial land, taken the reigns into her ...
LAND LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
LAND LEGISLATION. a . . : ? Whatever mistakes Mr. Car ruthers may have made during his occupancy of the Lands portfolio, he must certainly be given credit f or: his efforts to .place the land laws of the colony upon a workable basis, and also to promote bona fide settlement. The Bill which ?he succeeded in getting passed into law in '95, although far and away ahead of previous enactments, did not afford to settlers - su/eh measure of relief as was [anticipated. The homestead selection clauses were voted .by authorities as a panacea for the disadvant ages under which struggled those who '?? were endeavoring to make homes, for themselves. Such a contention proved quite fallacious! as it was found that ; when the ... pre cept was put into prac tice the result was diametri , cally opposite to what was ' intended.. So:jt will be in the case ot some of the proposed amendments* included in the new Land Bill introduced into the Assembly last week by Mr. Carruthers. One clause provides that;...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
COMMERCIAL. The following retail prices were ruling in Gundagai yesterday : — Maize,, 3a 2d per bushel. Oats, 2s Od per ba-hel. B irley, 4s per bushel. , Chuff .Is to 4sprr uwt. Hay, £4,10spor ion. linui, lOd per Im-hel. -? Pollard, JO'I p'cr bnsliol. Potatoes, Hi per cwt. Oniniin, 3d per lb. EfigB, Od to 7il pei dozen. Bacon, local 7d, Bodallu 9d. per lb. Cheese, 7'1,-per lb. ? '-' Buttdr, ls.per lb, ..
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
TOWN TOPICS, ? ♦ ? Wabm ! Akd dusty ! ? In town j-osterdny ! With a light thunderstorm at dinner hour! ? Tun Town Band, although only seven strong, were in good form play Ing out in the street on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Mns. R. CnoirCH, nn old Adelong resident, and third daughter of the late Thomas Boyd, of Hamilton Hume exploration, fame, died at Wendourie lust week. Cmabing and grubbing is being carried on extensively at Coolac ai d Muttaraa, and next season a big area is expected to b8 put under crop at these places. The man Lamprell, whose back was broken at Gibraltar Mines on Satur day last, is doing splendidly in Gun dagai Hospital. He is of opinion that he will pull through, but the doc tors think otherwise. About half a'dozen of our cricketers hnd a practice on Wednesday last — the first of the season. Naturally, the form di8plnyed was poor, but a couple of hours' good practice was indulged in. The lads expect to have a fair team this year, and hope to infuse a good ...
ON THE CORNER. THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
';ONTHB CORNER. - '.-?;?*; ' ;: THEY SAY': That the young man who is charged with indecent exposure at Brungle, is paying dearly for the al leged action. .. Ho paid £2 to the prosecutrix to settle the case, but, notwithstanding, she prosecuted. That the Police Magistrate's re marks on furious riding in our streets should have a salutary effect on per sons inclined to indulge in such foolish pranks in future. That a cricket match, Married v. Single, would prove to be a very interesting event, and That one local enthusiast boosts that eleven* bachelors can be got together who can defeat any 18 married men in Gundagai. That the police are now convinced that fisherman Goodwin is a harm less, inoffensive man, and would not even harm the eyebrows of a mos quito. That. Johnson's Hill will be in full working order again ere many weeks have passed over. That Mr. Griffin had quite a field day at the Police Court on Mondav, and appeared in every case beard. That about half-a dozen cricketers t...
WITH THE "BOYS." LEISURE HOURS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
WITH THE 'BOYS.' LEISURE HOURS TALK. A stillness that /was almost un earthly was reigning in the divan last meeting night, when there was wafted through a broken window pane sounds of music, soft and low. Patsy Bolivar told us tho causeof such was our Town Band. There was evidently musio in the air, tor a voice close by commenced to pipe in a Bhrill treble something about 'In a Tucker Van with Bread.' Bullswool appeared to be getting sentimental, as he propped himself up in the corner for several minutes, and when the dulcet murmuringB had ceased he gutturally whispered, ' Muaic, it harms and moves the sav age beast !' ' ?The barber, who said ho knew something of geography, told Bulls wool that he had given the quotation incorrectly, and proceeded to correct him. . This led up to a general diseussion on matters musical, and Jack Swaller puddin wanted to know how the mem bers of the Opposition Band were progroKsing. He thought in oalling the liand the ' Premier, the players had made ...
THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
THE GO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ' ASSOCIATION. - . (By a Correspondent.) .A meeting of the executive council of the Farmers' aiid Pettleis' Associa tion was 'held at the Albion 'Hotel, Cootamundra, on Tuesday last. After considerable discutsion re garding the right of conditional lease holders to convert their leaseholds into c.p's., within tho period of 28 years, a resolution was carried urging the Minister for Lands to obtain tho opinion of the Attorney General on tho subject. -The principal item on the programme was the basis on which thb producers might co-operate with the Sydney Woirl and Produce Co-operativo Com pany. It was decided that the produce should bo a separate branch from the wool business, and that a nominal capital of £1500 (to be issue d in £1 fully paid up share») would ba neoos sary to carry on the produce depart ment ;' the company to commence on £1000 being sub-oribed. It was decided that the maximum number of shares to be held . by one B.Uur...
Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
Gleanings, In the great animal market at ' Hamburg, giraffes sell at .£1200 a pair, chimpanzees go 'at ^6160 apiece, and select lots of Sumatra monkeys at £200. A philosophical statistician calculates that in the year 2000 there will be over 1,7000,000,000 people who speak English, and that the other European languages will be spoken by only 50,000,000 people. A gentleman narrowly es caped being drowned by a sal mon in Scotland. He hooked a large fish, and entered the water to free the line, which had caught to a boulder, when the salmon swam round the would-be captor, fixing the line firmly round b'ofcji- Iris -legs. .^ But for prompt assistance he might have been drowned. ? \ The time taken for the tis- 1 sues of your left hand to give'; you a complete set of nails is ? from eight to ten days more than that required for a re newal of those on the right hand. The growth is also known to be more rapid in chilpren than in adults, and goes on faster in summey than in winter. It requir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
..THE PEOPLE'S PAPER, Conducted on Democratic and Liberal Lines. 'GUNDAGAI INDEPENDENT,' And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. 1 ? PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS -}T 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 Centres, contributed by Reliable Correspondents. ? ? . ' ? ? . ? * ? ?? . .. ' * , f r ORDINARY ADVTS. PAR. ADVTS. - First Inch - - 3s One Inch or Less ' - 4s Each Additional Inch «- 2s Each Additional Inch 3s .;:' ? SPECIAL RATES ? '' For Standing* Advertisements Our Job Printing Department will be under the super ;?; .. visi...
A GENTLEMAN WHAT MAKES ONE? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
A GENTLEMAN. WHAT MAKES ONE? It is well for everyone to be up to the national term — 'gentleman.' When touring over the world you may find it handy to understand just what sort of a thing is meant in different countries by this sup posed refined degree of the, ' animal man '' w In Russia they say he drinks '' like a gentleman. In (France, he acts like a gentleman. In Spain, he makes love like a gentleman. In Germany he eats like a gentleman. In Turkey, he attends the . mosque like a gentleman.1 'rj In America he spends hi&j money like a gentleman, , ] ' Why is Miss B wearing black V 'She is mourning for 'her husband.' ' ? *' Why, ghe never had a husband.' ' That is why . sho mourns. She is , grieving over the hua band that she has not got.' . ; '
FOR HONEST FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 8 October 1898
FOR HONEST FOLKS. If a man is found sleeping out without the wherewithal to procure a lodging he can be fined or imprisoned, but if a sufficient sum for that purpose be found on him he cannot i-c touched. ' Then, again, you are perfectly at liberty to throw as much, dirty water as you please over an intruder into your house — provided, that is, that he has no legitimate excuse for re maining there ; but shouhi you honour him with a douche of clean water, yon are liable to prosecution for wasting the same. If a man goes into_^ajmblic liouse and' says, ' (five me a*1 glass of beer, please,' they cannot make him pay for it. And if you are not twenty-one they cannot recover against you for cigarettes you have to get on credit, though yon may ? be compelled to pay as much as £50 for a fur-lined overcoat, as that is a necessity.