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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
YASS. Flour, fine, per ton, £21 Ditto seconds, £20 Hay ditto, £5 to £6 Bran, per bushel, Is. 6d. Wheat ditto, 7s. to 7s. 6d. J - Maize ditto, 3s. 3d. to 4s. 3d. fy Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. . ^ Barley ditto, 4s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt., 5s. to 6s.
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
GUNDAGAI. --r-_ Flour, fine, per ton, £22 tt-iidRg3 | Ditto seconds, £20 Bran, per bushel, Is. 3d.] Wheat ditto, 7s. to 8s. Maize ditto, 3s. to 4s. n Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. Potatoes, per ton, £5 to £6 Hay ditto, £6 to £7
THE ROAD MURDER MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
THE ROAD MURDER MYSTERY. A new and unexpected light has been thrown upon the long-concealed mystery of the Road murder. At the Bow-street Police-court yes terday, Miss Constance ICent, sister of the child who was murdered, and who was in the first iustance charged with the crime, gave herself up and presented a written statement, which was as follows : — ' I, Constance Emilie Kent, alone and unaided, „ on the night of the 29th of June, 1860, murdered at Road Hill house, Wiltshire, one Francis Saville Kent. Before the deed no one knew of my. intention, nor after it- of my « guilt. No one assisted me in the crime, nor in the evasion of discovery.' It seems that she has been for the last year and three-quarters in a religious house at Brighton -r-the St. Mary's Home. A few days ago she made confessioq to the Rev. Mr. Wanger, who has charge of the institution, and then, as the rev. gentleman stated in his evidence, proposed to give herself up to a magistrate. Sir Thomas Henry, who frequ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
Miller and Bichar&s, Manufacturers of extra hard . METAL TYPES, PRINTING PRESSES, and PRINTING MATERIAL of all kinds, EDINBURGH AND LONDON. Sole agent for Australia — A. CUBITT, Bridge-street, SYDNEY. The attention of Newspaper Proprietors, Printers, and intending Journalists is particularly directed to t!i9 superior quality of Miller and Richards' Hard Metal Types above all others. Two of the principal advantages derived from the use cf the Extra Hard Metal are: 1st — The gain in quantity ; the specific gravity of the Extra Hard Metal being considerably lesa than the weight of ordinary type metal, the number of letters in a fount of the Extra Hard . Metal Type is increased thereby. 2nd — The durability of the Type is nearly dou bled. It is hoped that the convenience of getting Type of this quality on very advantageous term? in Syd ney, as soon as it is wanted, instead of waiting soine months, 'which necessarily follows indenting upon England, will induce the trade to favor ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. ^ Want ad / AN ACTIVE YOUNG WOMAN, as General. Servant. Liberal wages will be given. Apply to — Mks. O'MARA. / Return Ball. Gentlemen desire as of a return ball are requested to m jet at ' The Qaeen's Arms,' THIS EVENING, at 6 o' cloak, for the considera tion of that object. W. SIMPSON (Signed) 1 H. V. L1SATHEM J J. LAtiGE. / Church if England. / DIVINE SERVICH will be held (D.V.) by the Kev. C. J. Bri &, at Tumbauumba. on MO I DAY, lOfch July Upper Adelong on V1SDNESDAY, 12th July Adelong on THUR5 DAY, 13th July, at 7 p.m. at each place. J ^ I scture. y A LECTURE will be delivered by the Rev. C. J. Btng, at Turn mrumba, on TUESDAY, tlie 11th instant, at 7 p.m , on 'INDIA,' admission 2s. Tho proceeds will ba tpplied to the purchase of a Bell for the Episcopal 'Church at that plar-e. ~J CAUTlOff.y / PARTIES ennfping Tia^rr^i^M^jpcIc at Gadaru, arj$uiy^^y^uH$Qn$-l tTot to take the pence down Bi) FujJtissift teams IN, §r they, will be prosecuted mflm stock impou...
DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. By far the largest and most ? disastrous confla gration which has ever occurred in Sydney hap pened last Thursdajjjyght, and resulted in the total destruction of St. Mary's Cathedral. This noble edifice, which was one of, if not the finest example of Church architecture to be found in the colony, is now an unsightly ruin. The in telligence of'Mt'ti?S deplorable catastrophe will cause a thrill of sorrow in the hearts of the Roman Catholic population throughout the country, and niU3t excite feelings of the deepest regret in the minds of the community in general. The cost of the building, it is thought, could not have been less than £50,000 ; but from its hallowed associations and sacred memo ries it was of princeless value to thousands of worshippers of the Roman Catholic communion. It is scarcely possible, at present to form a correct estimate of the worth of the property destroyed irrespective of the building itself. So far as we have bee...
GLEANINGS. WOMAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
GLEANINGS. WOMAN'S EIGHTS. [by AUTEMTJS WAItD.] I pitched my tent in a small town | in Injianny one day last seeson, and while I was standin at the dore a takin money, a deppytaslmn of the ladies came up and sed they wos members of the Eunkumville Fe mail Moral Heformin and Wimin's Kite's Associashun. and thev avprl me if they cood go in without 'em payin. ' Not exzacldy,' sez I, ' but yew can pay without goin in.' ' Dew you know who we air ? ' sed one of the wimmin — a tall and feroshus lookin critter, with a blew kotton umbreller under her arm — ' do you kno who we air, Sir P' 4 My lmpreshun is, sed I, e from a kersery view, that you air fe mails.' 'We air, Sur,' said the fero shus woman — ' we belong to the Society whitch beleeves wiinin has rites — whitch beleeves in razin her to her proper speer — whitch also beleeves she is indowed with as much intelleck as man is — whitch beleeves she is trampled on and aboozed — & who will resist hens 4th and forever the incroachment...
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
Jaafei Jwfog rams- - SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. 4.T the Nomination for West Sydney to-day Messrs. Love and Eagar were proposed. The show of hands was in favour of Mr. Eagar, and Mr. Love demanded a poll. Twelve thousand (£12,000) pounds have already been subscribed towards the rebuilding of St. Mary's i Cathedral. The Leichardt search party left Melbourne with two years' supplies. The ' Arrow,' bound for Sydney and laden with sugar, was wrecked off King's Island and one of the crew drowned.
SELECT POETRY. Sacred in the Memory OF MASTER W. GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
SELECT POET II Y. JearraS k % jjntmrg OP MASTER W. GORDON. — — — hO+- — — Oh ! why so hurriedly removed ? Why not a little longer stay ? Oh! why was one^so much beloved So quickly, rudely, snatched awuy ? Ah Death ! thou art a ruthless King, ur inou nau sd not uiiub rung our neart ; u Just where our swuls most fondly cling, I Thy cruel sentence bids us? part. I But hush ! it is our Father's rod, No random stroke by death is denlt, ' Be still, and know that I am God !' E'en when the wound's most deeply felt. Yes ! to the stroke we meekly bow, Our Heavenly Father's will is best ! No sin, no grief, can reach htm now, He whom we loved is safe, at rest. Heaven will not chide fond Nature's tear ; Even 'Jesus wept' at Lazarus' grave, Yet we wouid not recall him here, He lives with Him who died to save. Thy bliss, bright spirit ! none can tell, We will not let thy memory die, Farewell then, for a time, farewell ! We'll meet again beyond the sky ! A. J. S.
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Ditto, seconds, £24 Hay, ditto, £5. Wheat, 9s. Bran, ditto, Is. 6d. Maize, ditto, 5s. Oats, ditto, 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 10s.
FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
FARMING. The following extract we are indebted to the ' S. M. Herald' for: — Over a large extent of country our farmers have been busy ploughing and sowing, in the hope that their labour will not. again be neutralised by rust. There was less of it last harvest than the harvest before, and the hope, therefore, seems reasonable that it will gradually disappear. At the same time, it is reic inac wnue we ao noc inorougniy understand either the causes or the cure of the disease, our cereal crops are cultivated at great risk. A very instructive lecture on rust, and one calcu lated not only to instruct farmers, but to set them observing and thinking, was lately delivered by Dr. Mueller, before the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of Sandhurst. In this lecture he has grouped the result of local observation as far as it has gone, and in the. suggestion of possible preventives has endeavoured to bring the doctrines of agricultural chemistry to bear upon the question. That early sowing i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
J. B. ELWORTHY, ^ ^'BOOKSELLEK, STATIONER, AND [GENERAL LETTER-PrtESS PRINTER, TUMUT % ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , BUSSEIiIi- STBEET, TUMUT, EESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his Btock of raS fmg Ib both large and varied, which, together with complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to execute any kind of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING With which he may be favoured, with credit to himself and satisfaction to his patrons. Billheads Pampnlets Circulars Catalogues Beccipt Books Handbills Cheque Books law Forms Pro. Note Books Business and Show Cards. A STOCK OP COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, AND COLOURED INKS, ALWAYS (XS HAND. Orders received for the execution of every variety IMCTIITOo By moderate charges, promptitude, and neatness of execution, he hopes to be favoured with a continuance of public support. To Squatters & Storekeepers. , ALDEESON AND SONS,^ S) // PEIZE MEDALLISTS. 221, ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. TH B LARGEST MANUFACTURERS in the C...
THE SAFFRON HILL AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
THE SAFFRON HILL AFFAIR. At the Central Criminal Court on April 12th, Serafino Pelizzioni, who had been already found guilty of the murder of Michael Harrington, and afterwards pardoned, was again put on his trial for stabbing Rebbeck, the potman of the Golden Anchor; Saffron-hill, on the night of the fatal disturbance which has given rise to three, trials and produced one of the strangest complications ever known in the history of criminal jurisprudence. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and elected to be tried by a mixed jury. For this the Court, owing to some unexplained reason, was unprepared. The prisoner again and again expressed his disinclina tion to be tried by an English jury, but ulti mately yielded to the remonstrances addressed to him by a Mr. Negretti. The case for the prosecution was stated by Mr. Cliffard, and numerous witnesses (including Rebbeck himself, who swore positively and distinctly that the prisoner was the man who stabbed him) were called to prove the charg...
FURTHER NEWS PER SALSETTE. DEATH OF MR. COBDEN, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
FURTHER NEWS. PER SALSETTE. DEATH OF MR/ COBDEN, M.P. (From the Home News.) 1 It is our painful duty to announce the death of Mr. Cobden, who expired at half-past 11 on Sunday morning, April 2nd, at his town resi dence, Suffolk-street, Pall-mall. For several years Mr. Cobden's health bad demanded his utmost care, more especially in the winter and spring, owing to the increased susceptibility of the bronchial tubes to acute inflamation. He had only ventured to come up to town from I TV/r:ji ? ? ? a. m.i n ? a,. uu luc ui iuaivu ivt uic vauaua debate, when he was fatally attacked by bron chitis. His last hours were soothed by the presence of his friends, Mr. Bright and Mr. Moffat. Mr. Cobden began life young. The son of a Sussex yeoman, he had no advantages of con \nection or descent to promote his progress, yet at thirty he had appeared before the world, as a thinker and writer, and at thirty-seven Ire was returned to the House of Commons as the fore most man of the newly-organised A...
Local & General Intelligence ATTEMPTED OUTBREAK AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 6 July 1865
k Mitral Attempted Outbreak at Parramatta Gaol. — An attempted outbreak occurred at the gaol this afternoon, about 3 o'clock, which was happily frustrated by the determination and vigilance of the prison officials. The alarm was first given by the principal warder, who noticed a rush at the back of the gaol workyards, | where it appears a prisoner, James Feely, a long sentence man, attempted to scale the western wall, and so far succeeded, by means of some pieces of scantling and a twisted cord, as to reach the coping of the wall. Here he was fired at by a warder posted outside, the shot taking effect in bis left hip, and inflicting a deep wound. While this was occurring, a desperate rush was made by the prisoners in the new yard— where the new works are in progress — in the direction of the gate. Here they were met by the warders, aud one of the ringleaders, William Mackie (the same who escaped from the railway train) was shot in the right thigh. This put an end to the rush ; the r...
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 10 July 1865
WAGGA WAGGA. Flour, fine, per ton, £25 ; Dittto seconds, £23 Oats, per bushel, 3s. 6d. . . Wheat, ditto, 8s. Maize, ditto, 4s. ; '. '.'?- ' Potatoes, per cwt., 8s. ,' ..' .:_ . , Hay, per ton, £12
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 10 July 1865
YASS. ??:.— ?-?. Flour, fine, per ton, £21 Ditto seconds, £20 ? Hay ditto, £5 to £6 : Bran, per bushel, Is. 65. Wheat ditto, 7s. to 7s. 6d. Maize ditto, 3s. 3d. to 4s. 3d. Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt., 5s. to 6s.
PRICES CURRENT. JULY 10, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 10 July 1865
PKICES 0UUHENT.r Jtoy 10, 1865. ? tumut. : - .''?/:', The following prices are what storekeepers are purchasing at, and the price asked by producers. Buyer's Producer's : . Prices. Prices. £ s. d. £ s. d. Wheat, perbhl., ... 7s 6d to 0 8 0 0 0 0 Oats ? 0 3 0 0 0 0 Maize ? ..scarce 0 4 0. 000 Barley ? none 0 0 0 Bran, per ton ? ...;...; 5 00 000 Potatoes, per ton.. ? 4 10 0 6 0 0 Onions, per lb. ? 0' 0 0 0 0 2 Flour, fine, per ton.........;.. 20 0 0 0 0 0 Ditto seconds ditto ? .....18 0.0 0 0 0 Hayperton ? 5 0 0 5 10 0 Butter Cfi'esh) per lb.........: 0 1 9 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb ? , none 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ? ..0 1 3 0 0 0
GLEANINGS. ON "FORTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 10 July 1865
GLEANINGS. ON 'FORTS.' [BY AR,TEMT7S WARD.] Every man has got a Port. It's --sum men's fort to do one thing*, and sum other men' s fort* to do ano ther, while there is nurneris of shiftliss critters goin round loose whose fort is not to do nothin. Shakspeer wrote good plase, but he wouldn't hav succeeded as a New York daily paper. He lackit the rekesit fancy and immagiua shun. That's so! Old George Washington's Eort was not to hev eny public man of the present day resemble him to eny alarmin extent. Wharebowts can George's ekal be fownd ? I ask, and boldly anser no w hares, or eny whare else. Old man Townsin's Port was to; maik Sessyperiller. ' Goy to the world ! anuther life saived ! ' (A cotashun from Townsin's advertis ment.) Cyrus [Field's Port is to lay a sub-machine tellsgraf under the boundin billers of the Oshun, and then hev it Bust. Spaldin's Port is to maik Pre paired Gloo, y/hieh niends every thing. Wonder ef it will mend a sinner's wickid waze. (Imprompto goak.) Zoary's...