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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. [The following was issued as an ' Extraordinary ' and delivered to our town subscribers on luesday morning last.] Sydney, Tuesday, 9 a.m. The mail arrived at Adelaide on Monday at noon having been detained by gales and head winds. The September mails were delivered in London on the 4th and 12th November. Transportation to the Australian colonies will cease almost immediately. The Queen continues in good health. Lord Dufferin has been appointed Under Secretary. Muller has been executed, having previously acknowledged himself guilty of the crime of murdering Mr. Briggs. Lord Lyons has resigned the ambassadorship of Washington. The Government intends to disband ten regiments of the line. The emigration from Ireland has almost ceased . The new bishopric of Otago has been established. Garibaldi has decliued the present of the Yacht subscribed for by the working men of England. A European congress is again mooted. The terms of the Canadian Confederation are al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
THE TUMUT & ADELONG TIMES, NEWSPAPER, Is published every Monday and Thursday morn ings, at the office, Russell-street* Tumut, and for warded to all parts of the colony. The TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the 'TlME9' remain as hitherto, viz., 8s. 6cl. per quarter, or 7s. 6d. per quarter if paid in advance ; but subscribers who require their papers posted will bo charged the amount levied for postage — 2s. 2d. per quarter — in addition to the subscription. The quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice. New subscribers will be received at any timo, and charged from the data they commence. The CHARGE FOR ADVERTISING is as follows : — For once inch of space ? .. ? 3s. Od. Every subsequent inch or less of the same advertisement ? ? 2s. Od. A discount, after the following rates, will be al lowed on advertisements inserted : — For 1 month ? ? ? ....10 per cent. For 2 months..,.. ? ? ...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £2.(i Ditto, seconds, £2:i Hay, ditto, £5 to £& Wheat, 8s. to 8s. 6d. Bran, ditto, 2s. Maize, ditto, 4s. 6d. Oats, ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 16s.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Mr. Alpen's Entertainment at Albury. — The entertainment given by Mr. Alpen at the Mechanics' Institute last week deserves more than an ordinary word of passing comment, it being a treat which Albury perhaps has never yet received before. Mr. Alpen is an instrumen talist of superior ability, and gave his illustrations of ' Tne Music of Manv Nations ' with the skill and the fervor of one who knew and felt what be was doing and at the same time carried his audience, which was a full one, perfectly along with him, not only on the score of his talent, but by his earnestness and simplicity Being a German, it wa=, perhaps, natural, and not Jar from the truth if he leaned to his own country's music and gave the Faderland credit for more solid harmony, although possessing perhaps less melody, than other countries. The illustrations were from the great Der Freischutz, L'S Huguenots, &j., for grandeur and Abi's ' When the Swallows' and a marching song of Kuckeu's...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
GOuLBUliN. Flour, Sne, per ton, £26 Ditto seconds, £25 Hay ditto, £3 to £4 Wheat-, per bushel, 9s. ' ? Maize ditto, 2s. 6it. to 3s. 6d. .. Barley ditto, 3s. 6d. Oats ditto, 2s. 6o. to 3s. - Potatoes, 2s. per cwt.
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
WAGGA WAGGA Flour, fine, per ton, £3G Dittto seconds, £34 Oats, per bushel, 5s. ' Wheat, ditto, 9s. Maize, ditto, 5s. Potatoes, per cwt., 16s. Hay, per ton, £6
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
YASS. Flour, fine, per ton, £29 Ditto seconds, £28 Hay ditto, £3 10s. Bran, per bushel, 6d. Wheat ditto, 8s. to 9s. 6d.' ' Maize ditto, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 1 Oats ditto, 3s. Barley ditto, 4s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
J. B. ELWORTHY, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and GENE RAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUT # ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , BUSSEIiIi- STREET, TUMUT, KESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his stock of Plain and Fancy Type! Is 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 Pamphlets Circulars Catalogues Bcceipt Books Handbills Cheque Books Law Forms Pro. Note Books Business and Show Cards. A STOCK OF COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, ?AND COLOURED INKS, ALWAYS ON HAND. Orders ^received for the rxeeution of every variety By moderate chargos, promptitude, and neatness of execution, he hopes to be fu/o tired with a continuance of public support. J NOTICE. MY wife, SARAH FRENCH, having left her home without uny provocation, I;'hereby caution all parties against harbouring her or giving her c...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
Mil. Martin's address is before us. Novelty h pleasing, sometimes amusing, at others in ^Cluctive- ^'Israeli, Wilkie Collins, Marryat, Bulwer Lytton, and numerous eminent authors, have produced novels ' ^ ' uud novelties that liave created amusement and i istruction, and even sensation. Mr. Martin's I -i)g letter has only produced the last, namely .t sensation of disgust. Novelists, even the c lebrated Sra Walter Scott, put before the w -rid many amusing sketches of history, inter woven with much local interest. Dickens, Tiiaciceray, and others have in their f ublica . i. ins introduced excellent morals from scenes a id changes of every day life. But when we Ii j.ve read them, after all the interest they have - xcited in us, we lean back in our chair and ? xclaim, ' Ah, what a pity 'tis all fiction !' It i; just this feeling that moves us after the Peru 's. I of Mr. Martin's letter. Ir is all fiction. Ev'ery word of it is literally untrue so far as he ii concerned. Except his borrow...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
GTJNDAGAT. Flour, fine, per ton, £31 to £3-4 Ditto seconds, £30 to £33 Bran, per buBhel, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. Wheat ditto, none Maize ditto, 3s. 9d. to 4s. Oats ditto, 3s. yd. to 4s. 9d. Potatoes, per ton, £8 to £9 Hay ditto, £6.
LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
LAMBING FLAT. piour, per con, asdd Hay ditto, £6 to £7 Bran, per bushel, Is. Maize ditto, 5s. Oats ditto, 4s. 6d, Onions, per cwt., i Potatoes, per cwt., 6s. Butter, per lb., Is. 3d. Cheese, ditto, 4d. to 6d. Bacon, ditto, 5d.
HONOUR YOUR BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
HONOUIi YOUR BUSINESS. is a good sign when a man is p.'oud of his work or his calling. Yet nothing is more common than to hear men finding fault constantly with their particular business, and d 3eming themselves unfortunate b -cause fastened to it by the neces sity oi gaining a livelihood. In this spirit men fret, and laboriously destroy all their comfort in their work, or they change their business and go 011 miserably shifting from one thing to another till the grave or the poor-house gives thsm a per manent situation. But while, oc casionally, a man fails in life be cause he is not in the place fitted f )r his peculiar talent, it happens ten times oftener that it results from neglect and even contempt of an holiest business. A man should put his heart into everything that he does. There is not a profession in the world which has not its pe culiar cares and vexations. jNto mechanical business is altogether agreeable. Commerce in its end less varieties is affected like all other hu...
SELECT POETRY. THOSE EVENING BELLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
SELECT POETRY. — ♦wttw THOSE EVENING BELLES. Those evening belles, thoso evening belles ! How much they incommode the swells With such a vast extent of skirt, And hoops whereby the shins are hurt ! How oft the crinoline repels True lovers of those evening belles ! Those evening belle?, those evening belles ! Their dress requires such countless ells, xiiuG lie who Manas on wedlock s brink. Is oft- compelled to stop arid think If he can pay the bill that swells Vast as the skirts of evening belles. Those evening belles, those evening belles! Their wide circumference compels Their husbands on the box to ride, Because there i3 no room inside ; For broughams are solitary cells, That only just hold evening belles!
PRICES CURRENT. JANUARY 18, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
PRICES CURRENT. January 18, 1865. TUMUT. The following prices are what storekeepers are purchasing at, and the price asked by producers. Buyer's Producer's Prices. Prices. £ b. d. £ a. d. Wheat, perbhl ? 6s. to 0 7 0 Oats ? no demand 0 2 6 held over Maize ? ...ditto 0 2 3 0 0 0 Barley ? nominal 0 0 0 Bran ? ? 0 1 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ? ? ? 5 0 0 6 0 0 Onions, per lb. ? 0 0 0' 002 Flour, fine, per ton ? ? nominal 0 0 0 Ditto seconds ditto... ,'i. nominal 0 0 0 Hayperton ? 5 0 0 5 10 0 Butter (fresh) per lb..,....., 0 1 0 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb ? 0 0 6 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ? ? 0 1 0 0 0 0
A GEOGRAPHICAL CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 19 January 1865
A GEOGRAPHICAL CLASS. ' John, where is Africa ?' * On the map, sir.' £I mean what continent — the eastern or western continent ?' 'Well, the land of Africa is on the eastern continent, but the peo ple, sir, are all of 'em down south.' 'How do the African people live?' ' By drawing.' ' Drawing what — water ?' ' No, sir, by drawing their breath. ' Sit down, Joseph.' ' Thomas, what is the equator ?' 'Why, sir, it is a liorizontalpole running perpendicularly through the imagination of astronomers and old geographers.' ' Go to your seat, Thomas.' 'William Stiggs, what do you mean by an eclipse ?' ' An old racehorse, sir.' ' Silence! J ack, you are a scholar, what is an eclipse ?' ' An eclipse is a thing as appears when the moon gets on a bust, and runs against the sun ; consequent ly the sun blacks the moon's face.' Schoolmaster looks like thunder. The class is dismissed. An admirer of dogs having had a new litter of a fine breed, a friend wished him to put him down for a puppy. ' I set ...