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POLICE COURT—June 18. (Before Mr. J. D. Walker, J:P.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

~ Polici ^ComiT. — Juno 18 (BofoieMi.J D. Walkei, JP) Bobeit Mini, cbaigcd with dumlcenncss and with usuigobscono language in Wjnjaid sticct, was fined in the hist instance (is, 01 in default detention until the using of the couit, and m tho second JJ1, oi 7 dajo' inipuson' ment v ' , - ' 1 Wbdnesdvy -'J-June 20'- (BefoioMi \V Clmke.PM) ITughes -\ Ibbotson , nllihation — Mi Knianuel, who appealed foi plaintiff, abked foi a postponement on account of Mi Taj Ioi , who was engaged on behalf of defendant, being cnllod away to Sydney thiough tho death of Mi ITS Sandcison The case was postponed ' -! Lily Qnong Wah \ Quong Wuh ; unlawful detention | of piopeity — Mi Enmnuel ap peaied foi plamtiil ' Defondaut did not ap peai Case postpbnod to ne\t couit, to enable tho constable who son od the summons 1 upon defendant to appeal Police ^ Tolin Ulhott , using umcgistoied biand —Defendant pleaded guilty, 'fiom lg noiunco of the law Pined 10s, and costb of couit, 4s 10d,' lovy and distiess Polic...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

FOOTBALL. The draw for the first and second, rbunds for. the O'Brien Cup competi tion is as follows : — July 4th, Battlers v. Gilmore, at Tumut ; 11th, Jubilee Boys v. Waratah, at Adelong ; lfJth, Battlers v. Waratahs, at Tumut ; 25th, Gilmore v. Jubilee Boys, at Gilmore ; Augast 1st, Battlers, y. Jubilee Boys, at Adelong ; 8th, Waratah v. Gilmore, at Gilmore. Second round : — August 15th, Gilmore v. Battlers, at Gilmore ; 22nd, Jubilee Boys v. Waratah, at Tumut ; 29th, Waratah v. Battlers, at Tumut ; September 5th, Jubilee Boys v. Gilmore, at Adelong ; 12th, Jubilee Boys v. Battlers, at Tumut ; 19th, Waratah v. Tumut, at Tumut ; 26th, final, at Tumut. Mr. J. W. Kilner has been appointed, referee far all matches.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

, * w ' LitLssif.0 Cpmu.' f '?' , ' (Bofoio Messrs W Cliuko (chnu man), H W, Mason, nnd It M Sholle} , S Ms ) , , Honownls weio ginnted to tho following — Hem\ Whatman, Gilmoio Hotel, Gilmoie , 'Tliomns Xcstui, Woolpnck IIo'ol, Tumut , Jiuncbl Edtjiu Mndigtui, Onoutal Hotel, riuuut , llichnid Toboph SmilcH, Sim llolcl, Tuinut ; .William Daniel Patrick O'lirion, Commercial IlotoI,:Tunuit ; Thomas O'Dca, Ho}iil Hotel, 'luiinit, llpbLirn Downing Killainey Hotel, Gilmoro; John l'orkinb, Post Oilico Hotel, Adelong ; Knto O'Keefc, Half-way Hotel, Adolong ; Henry .William Will insim, Ilovil Hotel Adclong, Tohn David Boss, Commercial Hotel, Adelong , Hoso Gnrnian, Shaiiirnck Hotel, Grahams town-; itndMai'garot Cassin, Adolong Hotel, Adolong. Clius Ilauih was guuited n sta^o couth licollhC

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

SPORTING. TURF NOTES. .(By ' Juxoy.) Mn. W. Yeoman's hurdle-racer Rack straw, who is weighted at 9st 71b, has gone to Melbourne to fulfil his Grand National and other engagements. The ersfcwhilo Adelong gelding, Steersman, started in tho Steeplechase run at Sandown Park, Victoria, on Saturday last, but ran unplaced. Tho winner turned up in Fishhook, who started at 5 to 1, Vigil being second. Steersman and Vigil started at 9 to 1. It appears that Mr. Oxonham was not satisfied with Brewer's explana tion in respect of the Syerla — Grafter dispute over the hitter's City and Suburban Handicap win, as word is to hand that he has removed his horses Syerla and Sailor Boy from Brewer's charge, and placed them with F. A, Day. Readers will remember that Australians in England were annoyed because they did not get the correct stable tip. Tho form shown by Merman in England has given Grand Flaneur a lift to the top notch as a sire. Mer man's defeat of the Grafter at weight for age was a good' pe...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

From the Front. The following is. the second of two very interesting letters, the first one of which we published in our last issue, received bv Mr. W. Mechatn, Turnut Plains, from his son, Trooper J. W. Mechara, which was written from the camp, Bloemfontoin, early in April last :— - Arrived here this evening, missing the mid-day train back yesterday, as we had to catch the 5 p.m. train to go back to the old camp at 8 p.m, and found no one there. We camped on the plain for the night. I got over in time to draw our day's rations. I am now with a grazing party ; the others are fixing the camp and outpost lines. The cavalry now only do mounted in fantry work. Many of the regiments have not drawn their swords, as we seldom get nearer than 2000 yards of the enemy, who hug the hills, and when oiu1 fire becomes too hot, get the other side of the kopje into the plains and away, their artillery duck ing us till they gain their horses. So you will realise that it is useless giving chase wi$h ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

Beegling's Butchery [EBTADM8HKII 40 Y.K.U18] , TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. Boat of Beef & Mutton Supplied. Families Waited Upon Daily. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. rilHIS Establishment is noted for its clean JL linoss, and civility is accorded to cus tomers. CHAS, Vf. BEEG-LING R. GEARY, Carrier & Coach Proprietor, ADELONG AND GUNDAGAl. Carriage undertaken to any part of the district at current rates. Every care taken in loading and un loading goods, whether light or heavy. Goods of a breakable or tamislmblo nature, securely or insecurely packed, bundled with the greatest of care. Consignees' goods taken delivery of at the railway atation, Gundagai, and convoyed to their destination without the slightest hitch, HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR HIRE. None but woll-conditioncd and sound horses worked. R. PUMPREY, Photographer & Enlarger, ADELONG. CABINETS (ENAMELLED). Two positions given for 1 doz1— 15/- idoz.lO/ * 1 doz.— 0/. ? . (? ENAMELLED .PARIS PANEL (Mounted), 12 x 10, 1 ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

THE. TROUBLE /IN CHINA. 1 1 ~*~/'j ,i .UNTjuiiVifeiv yo!U,s bicK, fnikoy vi^ jiiouim^nHj befoft ntlift w«ild at, j ! county i\ hei cm n'lU'p'.eldflinicHjnod, foi if not taking jiifl in u.(us oiU^ido thcicalii), M^iriiusp^ii bci\m, I -nl- gaud, oi othoi nutioii'-, n)tem.il stufo ple^ ailed, and slvocKiuu; baiba.utujs \\ei.cpcipet:Ui(tidupoii Vuueniiuii.^hilo genoial disouloi existed .is tho lesult of the couuption of }tate oflieialb No\\ Ohinn h.ijieplaccdJioihissulinan Empac m cieatmg ^aldwide notor iety, ns a convoquonco 3f the schisms of sections of the nation and tho gradual encroachment on Chineso tei utoiy of almost e\ei\ Gioat Po^ei Tho paitition of tlHs,,\ast countij would appeal to be looming neai, fd Russia, England, Japan, Gonnany, Fiance, Aniei.ici, -md e\cn ItaK, lia\e, ncq^uued ^abt possq-^sipns, eithei bj piuoh.ise oi, as- 111 tljAj-c.iso of Japan K\hidh now o\\nb tj)o j^lniifl fx{ Foj.-, mosa) obtain «1 'byr fc\i£G of ,n.iu-s. Each of ?the. IWors.named; havo npw. larg...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

??'?? ^l ? ' '?-?' THE.^; ' O f JUST LOOJK HERE! WE ARK NOT 01s LY GeH'eral Storekeepers, ~ BUT 'Tewellers 'AlsoC'' IIoic aio a few of oui MTEST LONDON DESIGNS,- just leceivod direct fiom the ma.nuf,ictuieis — Solid Gold Secret-Motto, 30' Solid Gold, D amo.id, Hear ?, and Arrow, 22/; Solid Gold, Diamond.- 18/6. Solid Gpld.-^Pcarls, and Diamond, IS/6 ^ 'Solid Gold. Diamonds, and Rubies, 22/. -Solid Gold, Diamonds, and Pearls, 28/6. Solid 'Gold, Double :'Ear, ' ' Diamond, & Rubies, 22/. ^J^^^Sv ^^-____^ \\ 1 ML AdATb. 1011 TUE ( ^jJj|R|p?/Hj|v Celebrated' swJ^C^^^\ wiis°n ^j^F^^- \Y\f|v*k^X ' &7fr--4$$\ WATCHES-. _ i\L Nr^^v***5'-^^ ' They aie undoubtedly the ^4!^==^^^=^;:^=i^r^ BEfeT TIMEKEEPERS 'm' ^^^^^^^^^^^^7 * the uoild. E^ery watch ^^ ''' i. ; ?? - v ''»' f , 1 We also lime avoiv o ice lot of bedding Rings, Keepers, Dress Rings, Bangles, Links, and Watch Pendants, and we do a' Good Timepiece at 6/6. ' Don't forget we are the people to supply all your wants in Gr...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gibraltar Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

Gibraltar Consolidated Gold Mines, Ltd. The fifth annual meeting of the share holders of company was held in Lon don on May 3rd last, when a scheme for the reconstruction of the company on the following basis was put before them by the chairman (Mr. A. Hoff nung) : — Reduction of the nominal capital to one half by forming a new company with a nominal capital of £150,000 into 300,000 shares of 10s each ; these shares to be issued to the present shareholders as being paid up to 7s Gd, leaving a liability on each share of 2s Gd, of which it was pro posed to call up Gd per share on appli cation, Gd on allotment and the balance as required. By this scheme additional working capital of £87,500 would bo provided to enable the com pany (1) to develop its large property, (2) equip and work its alluvial area, (8) provide additional rock-drilling power, and (4) to take over the cyanide works on the property belonging to Allgomeines Untermehmen, Ltd., of Berlin. An extraordinary general meeting...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

MINING. ..;;';; FnoJt the Mt. Osborne mine at Brunglo, owned by Givney and party, 50 tons yielded only 9ozl8dwt. The plucky owners are not, however, dis couraged by this small return. A contemporary characterises, this as a successful crushing, and says that if the return so far got continues the mine should become a' valuable one.' They must have some improved and more economical1 methods in vogue of raising and treating their stone at this property than exist in Adelong. No ; we forgot. It's mentioned that the stone was carted to Coolac- nnd treated at M'Kenna's battery. And it was a successful crushing at Sdwt 14gr per ton. We hope our con temporary is mistaken in the figures ; in fact we are told that it was 5i tons only that gave this satisfactory yield. A peculiar feature of the reefs in the Gibraltar mine is that they are faulted by cross diorite bars which frequently displace tho ore bodies many feet from their apparent strike. In many of such cases considerable prospecting ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. The Trouble in China. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

? rPl?T VPV AMQ! ? I 111 JU iiiLrlv AMb . Home and Foreign. The Trouble in China. London, Sunday. It i£ feared that about forty British and 'American missionaries, including fivo Indies, havo been massacred at Tientsin:''^ ??' ????? On Friday evening the bombard ment of the forts was continued, and. most of the buildings were burnt. Lieutenant Wright, of the American navy, :'' with ? 150 white icsidents, sailors, and marines, in trying to assist the missionaries, were all killed . or wounded, their ammunition being expended. . The garrison is sufforing terribly. Admiral Kempff reports that 180 American marines and 400 Russians engaged the Chinese troops near Tientsin on Thursday,' falling back on their lines. . Prince Tuan commands the Chinese troops, who are Vising '42 Krupp guns to bombard the Tientsin Settlement.' London, Monday. ! The anti-foreign mbvementis largely supported by large ? bodies of ' well armed, troops in the provinces of Gh'ili and Shansi, and it is spreading nor...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

[?] ? «? ? Tuesday's Telegrams London, Monday. Lord Roberts is engaged getting horses for his mounted troops. DeYilliers' commando, comprising 229 mon, including 1(5 of tho leading rebels, lias surrendered to Lieutonant General Sir 'Charles Wurron, also their horses, waggons, and riJles. Do Vil liers fled eastwards. General Bullor lias occupied Stan dertoh aridsbi/ed 18 locomotives and 200 waggons of rolling stock. Th6 Boors have burned three cul verts at Honingspruitt. Tho Khedive, is recovering.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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YARNS AND YARNLETS. SPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR THE "ADELONG, EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

YARNS AND YARNLETS. , ? ? :— ♦ ? '? SPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR THE . ??? ' ADELONG, EXPRESS.'.' .-'??' ?? (By. 'f The Wandeheh.'V- ' Copy, please- !' Such- is the cry I hear ? when...!, enter, my- Sanctum Sanctorum, after hurrying out of bed, hurrying'- ovei-'-my morning meal, hurrying -'to 'reach the office1 of the ExmiessV and. now the compositors are nishirigmo along, when my ideas will not' hasten. A great temptation assails mo! Shall I use the ? scissors, clip from the numerous newspapers sent in as ' exchanges,' and so save my brain and furnish the waiting comps. with ready copy culled from other men's. ? Perish the thought ! which is repugnant alike to an honourable journalist;- and against all precedents adopted' by such a newspaper as the Exi'iiEss. , . Eureka! I have the solu tion of-tho difliculty at hand. I will be original at all hazards, and to bo so justnow' the whim conies upon me 'to give a tow' personal reminiscences fromniy own varied life, which may prove entertaining...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Colonial. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

'???;.,'.', '? '?'f-^';:^' ;'Colonialr'7v;/ v'iv^^ , ''?''???;' . Sydney' Mbnclay.' ,- ' Mi1. W.' Young was, elected for ..the Bathurst seatrby- 200 votes.; .'' ' ? ?' \ There' were; three cases 'of plague yesterday, from' Woollohra, Pyrnipnt, ' arid Ma'nlv. ? !..',. ? '. ? ... ' I At the' competition of the Sydney | Society' of Artists/' the/ scholarship of I £150, tenable for three years, was I awarded to G. W.,LainberW ..?.?;?'?' E An Arbitration'- -Co'urt' was opened yesterday .to ?inquire into the differ ences at the; Built. Colliery. I The invalided Australian soldiers ! were- entertained at lunch yesterday at Parliament House', Melbourne. ? ? ; At a' 'meeting !, of ' the Melbourne University: Council yesterday the re appomtment of : .Piofessor. Marshall Hallas 'prmbud 'Professor of Music was negatived- b'y the/casting .vote -6i the chairman. :- The weather at present is' cloudy, showery and stormy. ; The south half of the colony is under strong west and south -west winds. The...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Improvement League. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

District Improvement League. (l)v oui Snecml lionoitoi ) With the object of lesucitating the old Dis ' trict Improvement Longuc, a public meeting was qonvencd on S.iluida} opening at tho School of Alts, lmmediatcl} nftei tho Tai mcis' iiid Setllcis' meeting, when the follow ing weio nicbcnt — Messis Jno Wceden (Chiuman), S Gioves (boeiotni-}), H Don nldbon, MP, \. Emeiv.H Tojco, I b O'bul lnun, G Moiton, T Linbeck nnd T II noud A lettei wns lead fiom Mi C S B}ino, tho pmpoits of which weio that the wntoi favouiod tboiold Piogiess Committee, v\hich was mstiumcntal 111 getting much impoitant woik cilccted in the distiict. He was of opinion that a Distnct Impiovc ment Leiguo, foimcd bimilai to tho last one, would not receive the support from tlie public, nnd oonsequentl} must end in failuic Mi Giavcb, tho secictai} of tho old move ment, explained at gioat length that tho D I Lengue wns mnuguintod uftei nn nttempt to form the PiogiebS Committee hud failed He also stilted that the Distnc...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

Farmers' and Settlers' Asso-' ciation. (By our Special Uoportor.) A vi 1 nvi of tho membois of itho'iTumut blanch of the Tunnels' and bettleis' Asboc,ia Lion was hc)d at the bchoul of Aits, Tumut, on batiuda} nftoinoon, foi tho piuposoof gmng mi} fmthci mbtiuctions to the dolo / antes to tho Annual Confoience Tho following momboib- attended — Mcsbis G , Clout (piesidonl), A Dnvis, It lli\eis, Di. Mnson, 11 Donaldson IIP, M M'Namaia, A Emci}, T Campbiill, E Biennan, Jab M'lnoine}, U Godfio}, 0 ltithaids, 11 Colhoun, and J b O'bullivun (bcciclai}) The minutes of Hie piovious meeting weio icad and couhinicd Some diboubsion took place with legaid to the best means of eradicating tho inbbits, which woic becoming a gieat pest to tho distuct'i Mi Jas ^i'lncino} pointed, out that gicat cam bbould bo cxcicised in tho modoof-niOLcduio to bo adopted, oi'othei ' 1(wjbo the} should luciu the nsk of having tho district pioclaiinecT n' ' labbit infested 1 aioa,' which would gi\o Ihe ownois of land...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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SYDNEY SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

SYDNEY SAYS: .That Parliament has sat a week and done a lot of cackling. That after sitting a little longer Parliament may hatch something. That Mr. Reid must bo full of ' sense sure; That the Appeal ' claws ' of the Federal Bill must be caught some where. That there will be a nice dispute about the responsibility and authority of the Federal delegates when Mr. Barton returns. That the opposition to the extension of tho A.M.P. Society's business to England is getting stronger every day. That there is an epidomic of ? actions for ' breach of promise ' and for 'libel.' That at the present price of eggs the importers of the Chinese article must bo making a handsome profit. That the Sheep Show on the 29th kist. will be a succtss. That cheap excursion trains for the country cousins will bring a large -number of visitors-to the show. That Sydney residents are not nearly so scared about the plague as the country people are. That tho King of Belgium gavo the City Council a ' knock ' by crea...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A Peace Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

A Peace Demonstration. Iv connection vith the movement to inaugurate a huge demonstnition when tho piesont wai in South Africa is teiminatod, and peace is doclaied, we tiust tho sister towns of Tumut and Adelong will combine to make laigo demonstiations. Something very elaboiate' in the way of a pio cessioncould.be held in one or both towns. Then at night a big display of fh.owoi.ks might take place, to bo followed by a monstei public meeting, dunng which songs and speecli makmg could bo mtoispeised. If committees weie shortly foimed in both Tumut and Adelong, piehmmaiy iiiiangcments could bo n\ed,upand all details ananged when tho glad tidings aio known that peace is declared. j I ? wus^souousl} nillicted with a cough foi soveiul }cuis, and lust full hud a moiescvcio cough thnn ovei befoie I have used ninny lomedieb without lccciving much loliof, and being lepommonded to tij a buttle of Cham boilnin'h Cough Homed} by a fnond who, knowing mo to be a pool widow, gave it to mo, I trie...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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POLITICAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

POLITICAL PARS. (By ' Quid Nunc') The censure motion mado by Mr. G. H. Reid, Opposition leader, potered out without reaching tho division stage, for on Thursday night tho mover avowed his intention of not dividing tho House. The result of the motion was looked upon as a certain defeat for tho proposer, and tho ox-Premier's course of action was treated with scant courtesy by members who spoke on the debate which ensued. Probably^ now that the Lyno Government have been found to possess tho confidence of the House, there will exist a reason able hope of expecting the passago of somo useful legislation during tho re mainder of tho session. On Thursday iift'jrnoon, in tho Legislative Assembly, Mr. 11. Donald son, member for the Tumut and Ado long constituency, obtained the in formation from tho Minister for Works ;Mr. IS. .W. U 'Sullivan) that moneys for' schedule roads not expended by 'Juno 80 ,of any year lapsed in law, but instructions had been given to local officials to do all the w...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 26 June 1900

COMMERCIAL. ? « ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Sydney, Tuesday. The sheep maiket opened -\\cakei, but puces firmed as the (Sales pro giessed, especially for ciossbieds isuitable foi cxpoifc. Other descup ^tions were lowoi1. The cattle maikets -\veie fiim at Thuisday's sales, with1 a tendency to harden, and. closing sttong.' The chief foatuio 111 tho produce maiket was a use in potatoes and a fall in chafl and inauo.

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