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NEW TIME TABLE. MAILS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

j™:™»A»ie, fiMfMim ^.. .'? ',. '' ..'..'? itiiiej »Boi Bsrori1.;1 ? ?' ?'''? ' Le«To'Syrlhey'.atV6 p.m. datly,''i;xoepVSund»jri»hJ arrirea't Marulin'»t'lp'« p.'m'.'; ? ? :..?.;..': : ]-av« Malrulan at 21 15 p.m.. d«ily,'M«pt 'Sunday fOnnlburn 8 30vra. ?.' . ,'' , ' iMondiv Yais ... i l-30p.m. .- ;...'.., ...i.i' ' Jugiong 845 p.m. ' ' ,„ . ?'; „. ': Gundagai 12 46 a.m. ' ..J, '' Tuesday ' 8. Gunrtanai 1-45 a.m. ??.'..'?: :-/.,'.i- ! ? AdelongorossiiiK3».ni.,, ...... -r ,.,., : Tnroutta ,' 8 «.m; ,,-;;!: ?' ' ';..'? Arrire at Albliry at 8 p.m. '! :??-;'- J-'.v .;,t Jj ' ' ' MiltS TOBTDRET. ' -' ? » '.. Leave Albury at ? ? ?'?'? 6 am. daily, excep't'Frtduy Tarctta' ' ? 5-45 p.m.. 1 ? ...'-: :;...? Adelongcrbea 10 45 p.m. ' T',,, ; ? ' -.,,t,T. ,S.,Gun.lagai ? 12 p.m;. -...„... '. '.;„,'. Oundagat . ,' 1a.m. ? .Saturday . . Ju^iong ' 6'30 n.m'.':l' ?',?;',''' lj ?' ,,i ?? Ya-s - 18 45'iiodn' '.;. ; ?„. ''? Ooulburn . 10* - p.m; .'?'? .„' - ' ?? ??? -y.*.. Ufarulnti '? 2-10 a.m. ;?...,?...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURTS. GUNDAGAI. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25TH.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

polices. courts. ?.,';;, .? '; . ?'????? GUNDAGAI. ? ???? TDZ8Di7t AootrsT 25tb.— Before the Police . . vHenry,Myees, a travelling performer, was brought before the' Court on a charge of leaving his wife without means of support. Remanded for eight days' for the production pj eyiden^1 ;; ; v :;:,^_;'; :' . ; . '' , -.CnAELE3'AiLEN,.was Biimrconedby Edmund McGlede,-. JDnteeper, of ..Wantabadgery, for. An nfuuuilf. nAmvnitifuL nYi tTia Tfit.ir inatanf. i-efendant isi*'Bt(i«kman jSft Mr. Windeyer s, and the evidence of pJwntiff showed... ihsfc (O the day mentioned, a* he was standinjj pnitlio road a mile or so'from his 'honse talking :o some men .belonging to : the' 'party of 'Mr. Cummins, . the .Kurveyor, the defondant rede up and asked him if he 'had baid he . stole ! a. calf of his. Plaintiff replied that he did ^iot say he stijle.it but. that; lie had, taken it awiy from hi^cowa^^Defendant ^gidjtiwaa- a 1», ana* 'waved 'His 'whip' over* piauHlfTs' hea'd, observing tl),»t ljo .was v...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

runts to fat ran on tbbiis. Appij to V'-/j THAfOHEH A £BSLIB, /, if - - ?'?? ? Jenkins1 Island, */' ,,:%J. ?? . . , , ?? Gomiaifi'. Wanted C\ ATTLB TO FATTBN ON TERMS. Apply to \J «V UBS. BOOKING, ? L, £ . Kiveradale House, «V ~ . ... . Nwr Jellengro. O Wanted £T C ABSENTEES. Aoply to ^ 0. WILLIAMS, Gundngai Bridge Work*. ?- Wanted ~7~*tL rTlHRBB GOOD SHEPHBBD9 at NAHGUS J. Station, john w*. Far, Superintendent. ~S Wanted % mENDKRa FOR FKNOINQ-ItT A GRAVE, X 20 x 10 feet, at the North Gundagai Cemetery. Apply to . . ?'? i ' Mb. JAMR3 Si. CLATB, North Gundasal. & Colonial Wine ; *Z EaOU THE CBOICKST OBAPJE?, pirefuily m«nnr»i-tu«dt)nd warrnn'ta'd' Pure; ONSALE ?tmj Vineyard; at SJouth Gundasei.- ' -: - :. .(?'?? MAKTIN rTBCKNRB. \^T FIiOTTB. ^7 THE PUBLIC are i..form*i that the BB3T SILK-DKB-S 01) TUMUT PLOtm Is always cj be Had in any quantity at ' HKNttY MOON'S, Tiotoria Mill*, . ? ?. ? 'i'umut. ' If N0T/CE. /^ rpriK UN'DER8[GVRD/eipeotfully rwiuists par . 1 liet whose AOo'...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

;.'?- /^,'i^c^l^eousI!!!:^1!^.; ' ; ' Origin of ' Flirt.'— This .- word. 1b. derived from the customs of the gallants of 'Louis Fourteenth's time, who used to address their girlish friends' as ' md fleurette,' or ' my little flower.' The noun fleurette finally grew into a verb, and the term ' fleuretter une demoiselle' was used in speaking of terms of attention paid to 'a beauty. After, the importation of 'fleuretter ' -to England; it degenerated 'into 'fleuter,' and finally to' 'flirt,' so say the authorities. Adtvice to Girls'.— The 'New York Evening Gazette ' tells young ladies what to beware of if they would have a fresh, healthy, and youthful appearance : — ' Late hours, large crinolines, tight corsets, confectionary, hot bread, cold draughts, pastry, decbllette dress, modern novels, furnace registers, easy car riages, late suppers,- thin shoes'/ feaT 'of know ledge, nibbling between meals, ill-temper, hate to marry, dread of growing old.' Whatever may be the end of man, there ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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TUMUT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21ST.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

TUMUT. . . ;. Feiday, August 21st. — Before' the 'Police Magistrate. ah us ana party appeared on summons to answer the complaint, of Francis Knight, for trespassing upon his. gold-mining claim at Sandy Creek. The case was postponed for a week with a view to procuring the services of a Chinese Interpreter .from Kinndra. Mr. Robertson appeared for the defendants. ; SircDEN DEAin. — A magisterial inquiry was held at the Police-officoV Tumut.^on 'Wed- nesday the 26thinstaht, by F. W.-Vyner, Esq.; P.M., as to the cause of death of John Ryan. It appeared from the evidence that deceased,' who resided with James Egan, had been walk ing abuut the town -on the forenoon of Tuesday,, apparently in' his usual health. '? He was last seen alive about noon of that day by James Egan,- with a : bucket in his hand going for water to make ready for dinner., As ha was absent for .more than half-an-bour Egan began to wonder at his staying away so long, i'and going to see after him found him lying dead in...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

ADELOXO. (FROM OUK COItneSPOKDEKT.) AuorsT 26th. — The weather hai been very mild for some days, but on Tuesday- evening we had a severe storm of rain, hail, and wind, with sonic of the most vivid lightning I have been for some time, and very heavy thunder. ' - A communication has been received here from the Colonial Secretary's Office, enclosing a copy of the dispatch' from the Colonial (Secretary to tne imperial uovemmeui, con-, taining her Majesty's expression of her appreciation of the loyalty of the inhabitants of this colony, and her sentiments with reference to the attempted assassination of Prince Alfred. According to advertisement a public meeting was held in the Court-house on Tuesday evening to consider the best means of obtaining a resident medical practitioner. Owing to the thunderstorm the attendance was nut &o, great as was expected. Mr. S. C. Steuart, of t^u Bank of New South Wales, presided, ancj having explained the object of. the meeting called upon Mr. As...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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A GOOD WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

;. A GOOD. WITNESS. A Yankee having told an Englishman that he shot ' on one particutr occasion, nine hundred and ninety nine snipe, hia inter locutor then 'asked him why he did not; make it a thousand snipe at once. . . J ' No, said -he; ..'. not likely I am going to tell a lie for one snipe.'. - . '? ' Whereupon .the' i-Englishmiiu rather: riUd and .determined not to be outdene/ began to tell' a long story of a man having swam from Liverpool to .Boston. .. ...r , ...... I . Did you see hiin ?'? asked tho Yankee, j . 'Well, :of course . I : did. ? 'I -was coming overi'aridintltr^eMel passsd.hiih;* njile' out 'of BpstonharbfJiir.'. ?', :, ' _' .' ';??'. * -?' ;.??;?,- , . ?. ..' Well/ -jnvi glad, you .saw. hinViJifrangW beenpso youare a witpe_ss,,thatl'diditi Tliat. 'wasimo.' ' * ' '?*-.'? '' '? ??' ,.

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK.I i ; We have been informed that the Rev. H.rS. Seaborn has consulted Dr. A. Roberts', -of Sydney, who, we regret to say, gives little hope of the rev. gentleman's recovering the sight of. his. left eye, but thinks that an opera tion ..may be successfully performed on - the riorTlfc viftnai nrcan. This. ' however, cannnfc take place -for a month, and it will be cjuite another month before Mr. Seaborn will be permitted to return to Gundagai. 'Under these distressing, circumstances the rev. ' gentleman ' bespeaks , the sympathy and consideration of his friends in Gundagai, and: he also intimates that he has placed -all matters touching '? the' church in- the hands of. the Bishop of Goul burn, who.will, if possible, provide a substitute during the period pf Mr. Seaborn 's abseuco. ' ?? ? ' A' Mr; John Mooney; once 'a; weBfkn'p'wn found in a state of extreme destitututionj ia a poorly furnished 'hoiise iii'LittleBbuike^ street, Melbourne, and was conveyed to! tho hq3pit...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

TVUVT. (fROU OUE CORRESFONTtKITT. August 27th.— Our Land Agent reports the following recent applications for conditional purchases : — Flora Mclntosh, 40 acres Brungle Creek ; James Maher, 40 acres Gocup, parish of Minjary j Henry Arthur Fosberry, 100 acres, West Bloworing. Notwithstanding the recent departures of old residents from amongst us our population does not appear to diminish, the gapa created in our social circles . by the disappearance of familiar faces being rapidly filled by new comers. Our population is indeed increasing if the electoral roll is taken as a criterion. The number of electors for the Tumut district on the list last year was 1155; forjthe ..present year the_number-i8-4329. — '' 'N r I believe I am correct in stating that Dr. Large, late of our town, has decided to accept jtbe very pressing invitation received by him from a large number of the people of Adelong to settle there and practice his profession amqngthem. ..„- — QnSaturday last,' our townsman, Mr...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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NATIVE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

: NATIVE INDUSTRY. A minister's daughter writes in the New York Natio'n :— The extent to which a minis ter is required to ' throw himself on the parish,' in many cases may be guessed from a single example. A young clergyman had just buried his young wife. In the early freshness of ins gnef he was waited upon by one of his deacons with tho announcement that Brother Smith hod left his church and gone to the Methodists, ' and Brother Smith docs say that you,. .his own. minister, have hurt his feelings so that he canmever can get over it.' The tender-hearted shepherd was hurt by this imputation, and eager i to atone to the.ag grief cd sheep for any unintentional wrong he might have done hjm : — ,_ Bo' up he took his little orook, Determined for to Bad him j which he did, sulking over some job of his trade of house carpentry. 'After an: expen diture of much affectionate entreaty and skilful cross questioning, the 'minister elicited the following : — ' Well, the fact is I knew there wasn'...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

Legal proceedings have been . commenced by the proprietor of thej S. M. Herald ' aginst Mr. P. Lee, for.~tb.eL publication of a .pamphlet, relative' to an obituary notice of Dr. Bland that appeared in that journal. Mr. Lee also summoned an employee in the ' Herald' office for using threatening language to him, but as he admitted he wbb not afraid the defendant would carry his menaced horse whipping into effect the case was dismissed. The Frying Pan correspondent of the ' Bathurat Free Press,' relates a melancholy story of the discovery of the remains of a poor little boy named Brown, about a year and a half old, who was lost in that locality in June last. He had been left by his sister near a log, was missing on her return a few minutes after, and although a careful search was instituted no trace of him could be discovered. Some bones and portion of the lost child's clothes were found near a place called the rocks last week, where they had apparently been dragged by native dogs. A m...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

; THE GIJNDAGAI TIMES, ?-??. : . General Printing Office, '; 8HEE1DAN STREET, GUNDAGrAL ; J . B. Et. WO R T H Y , GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, , II AS recently made extensive and varied additions XI to hit previously large and well-assorted stock of PLAIH AHD FAHCY TYPE ?ind is now In (position to exeont* any detorip ? tionol \ : ???? ... .:,,. 8QTB ffmaHHIHO ? , ?- ?''?HBwSfiSfti SiyWf«odfea'i^o1^'tlto%ni^ ??If and satisfaction' to hi* patrodi. Bill-head! . Becelpt Book* : nand-billa Carriera''way bills . Poaten Pamphlet! ' Promissory Note Book* ' Law Forms ' Business Cards Circular* ( InTiUtion Oardi Programing! label* . Delivery Books, . , &o., Ac, 4o, ' Printed with taste and expedition, BLACK, BED, BtUE, GREEN AND BROWN INKS ON HAND, . Also White and Coloured Papers, Gold Bronte, and many other arlioles requisite in a lane ofllco for PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING. Aaelong & Gundagai Branclres TNTEBEST ALLOWED OK FIXED DEPOSITS, For 8 months, at the rate of 2 per cen...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. SYDNEY, Monday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

? M.!.n,»... i;. t .; ™; ??! orTHI ''?'? ???'? ??'?-'? ?' ?? : . t-.b-: .JV.i - [BT rtEOTMO TILEaEAPH.'! ' . ruD .;?.'.?; '. . STONETiVVonaay.nopn. ..TraPananja' inail BteamWhas arrived, bringing, : - news from Europe to - the Stb* and from New -flYnrVtotlie 10th July.' ? -. ? .-.-.-. . ??:'. ; '?' ' ; The English Parliament has adjourned until '?v''tfelKira'tveia:'pri Jtily.'J ; V'' ?^?/?????v-. . .-. ...,,,, LqrpVBnry presided, at * meettD&.nsld in ,,,,„,. London/ for.i .thoiformatioa pf - ? , GolonM ???;''Bnciety.-': ??''?'.-.? ???'??' -'???'' v' ?'' «o .,?.??„ '' 'j '? TKe' harvert 'prpspecta fii ; Eta'gland art ^ favc r ?^'?'?bfe'1' y '''.','„'.,',' .. .'';'*'',.:','.' i ;1 ?; I-... -ii General jKfapier- onived in, Eneland on the 2nd July, and wan enthusiastically received. ' ;Bftth;H[otteM':of.-]P»Hiatnent :Dnanimously teji '-''.dcred him.k vote of thnnka;: ' The General hns t., .Sir .Morton .Pe.to las passed through ,the' 'Eankrurtfly Cotut,-^nd,iaobKn.di£--iargo(].' ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 29 August 1868

: '. ^ajifeeting.held..nt ._tho..Ajl.elong ..** ^v relative to the establishment ' **»y ^L/o o-'ipbl jn/that locality; appeared in ___S^ v ft ,*^jn which it was stated thnt the ,~_J' '/*- ^tne building,' as' altered by. the. / Bn^Ferfl of Education, were approved of,»ari'd Nofone'w^r aSTS4 j*4^ tenders fofthe bon That vuich wif the cmie should be called for. One who but r an . institution- would, confer very Butpitiei If benefits _. on.. the rising generation 'H'**0£-Veigbb6\irhood, and that educational No! yfees have' long been gren'tly needed 'there ? facts patent .to'iill acquainted with the J^Kace. The benevolent, motives of the gentle Fmen whf- jhave exerte^ themselves for the furtherance of this 'object-deserve all honour; arid.the handsjme .sum alreadycollecteji shows ? ' that 'they have not labored in vain. Yet, ? ? while these disinterested exertions are duly appreciated,- communications that we hav£ -received prove thatMoubts' still exist in nrinda of ,» vconside'rable pro...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 September 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. Admission. — A- sAoolboy, being asked to define the word '^admission,' said it meant fourponce — ' Fourpence! 'echoed the' school master; 'what sort of a definition do you call that ? ' 'I don't know,' sulkily replied the boy ; 'but Pm sure it says so in tho advertise ment down there at the show.' ' Yes,' said another boy, '. and children half-price.' The Piper and the Wolves. — A Scottish piper was passing through a deep forest. In the evening he sat down to take his supper. He had hardly begun, when a number of hungry wolves, prowling about for food, col lected round him. In self-defence, the poor man began to throw pieces of his meal to them, which they greedily devoured. When he had disposed of all, in a fit of despair he took his pipes and began to play. The unusual sound terrified the .wolves, who, one and .ill, took to their heels, and scampered off in every direction. On observing which, Sandy quietly remarked, '03, aii I'd kenned ye liket the pipes sae well, ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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THE FORTUNES OF THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 September 1868

THE FORTUNES OF THE GREAT. The bells of Ghent were ringing a merry peal,1 flags and banners hung from steeple and tower, and the streets were filed with citizens dressed in their holiday attire. It was the birthday of the mighty emperor 'who hud first Been' the light within ' its walls,' and though to-day -was not oven the hundredth time of its celebration, yet it could not paaa without some extraordinary festivity. Our attention, however, is not to be called to a-' scene of mirth or rejoicing, nor have we to chronicle the fate of one whose name, threw a lustre over the place of ier birth.- But ?whatever -were her failings, and they, were not few nor light, who will Bay that they were not atoned for by the seyeritjt of her destiny 1 Whilst, then;'the*soundsof rejoicing were at their height,: we must notice a heavy travelling carriage, drawn by four horses, which came slowly lumbering along as itentered the gates of Ghent. It was an equipage that evidently belonged to' some one of ra...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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THE ROADS OF THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 September 1868

THE ROADS OF THB INTERIOR. TnKBl can be no question but that the want nf ar- 'ration paid by the Government of New South Wale* to the road* of it* interior ha* hern the primary caute of oar colony's having been b°aten in the race by other and far younger one*. Our in ternal communication ia simply wretohed. We hare travelled over the deserts of Africa, the prairies of America, the pampaa of New Mexio. and over eome pretty fixer* of ' corduroy ' roads in the Southern States, but we nevrr had to much jolting and discomfort at on the cbaoh roada of thi» colony when once 'ydney i* left some 100 miles or aointborear. Government should g'avely rifiocl before furtner complicating their railway under taking*, for those already in being are fully tquxl in extant to our present requirement* ; better indeeri had it been if the vast turns expended uoon many of them had . been apent upon our ordinary roads instead. Railways may be all very well in their way, but our four or five little line*, at...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 September 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. Wt do not in any may hold ourselves responsible for, or identified nith, the opinions expressed in out correspondents' column. ODE °r7¥ A D. TO THE EDITOB. 'IS,— A* I am not one of tha miwelable olaa* who ?e*D guru, I cannot dnrn out with that part of the fashionable world of Gundaini whole rquinage* and toilettes £-*» »uch .a aav and' fettive air to tbe. road* ? about our. lir-W townnhip e»err fine Sunder after noon. I mutt, thernfore, walker atiy at home. To ?uit a lttr (iiipotitinn mw Sunday walk rnntt be a tha-t one, and atrny.beit olothea are, alait ?ot »o ?piff.ae ti»y were tome year* tinor,! natural! » ahno*e a dirntihn wh-n no mortal eye it likely, to behold me I ther-fore wend my way to the Oeme 'fry. There, eeateri upon a comfortable top-rail of the fence, I ten at a.**fe riiatanoe the tinning oitia*na ?weep along the duety hiithway in hotidny coatume, but very feldom doee anybody Invade my tolitudt.i unlea* - pf rclianoe eomn little urchin' who comet to Hr...

Publication Title: Gundagai Times And Tumut, Adelong And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. IMPROMPTU. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 September 1868

' SELECT POETRY. ,,.. IMPROMPTU On readinn ; th«t -some rile pmnn hart torn tin tin trc^ planted by. Prince Alfred in Parramntta Park Wliat disloyal knare with nulio- inei»fto-1, ? D.iri-a tear up tiie tren that Prince AK'od plautol ? Let th( not a» a sacrilpee «or he rfei-m'd /(nrUMio manwho pi-rforra'd it be.n.'.'or.rerfeemVL From infnmy, »h»mp, ami n lmtina disara'«, With the mark of a 0»in branded deep in his face. Let the man thrive who jraflert anew on its root A frpsh Ifrine stem, ai a tree bearinn fruit. Thai grows on the bank of a dear running strpam, And hh life pan ai amnoth as a b™ut;fiil dn-aro. May hmllh, plenty, and joy bo his po»tioa for irer. His* name, let poitoritv, from honor ne'er s.r^r. AdMonj, Au(rnst,18fi8. Gritis

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