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SPOUTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
: SPORTIN^r TURF NOTES. (By ' Jungy.') Tin losult of the Giand National Stecplecbaso came as a gioat biu pnso, not only to ' Jungy,'_botlo'tho r.icing public genoially, and' again tho whole crowd 'of-tipSbbis weie out. A cliap[ei of acoidoiUc capsis-ed oiu tip, as fout'ho/fces selected by'us fell, one lan ofl an'd ihe otheir(old'IIonojdew)t in an ollprt to save our tipstenal lopplation',' bioko down bo badly that it is said ho 'will not iace again.' Mysoio lan oil , Chelsea, Steeisman, Biol.cage, and B B. tinned tmfcle. Piobably the pace was lesponsible f6r- the tioublo with most of thes-e horses, aa Eosebud put up a iccoid foi the iace Sequence is being backed in Sydney for tho Epsom, also tho Metiopohtiiu Ilftudicap, ' at 20 to 1 for tho shoit licb and 1000 to 20 foe tho Vt mile, nice. Auld Lang Syne, Reviver, Allinga, Coal Queen, and Manganese for, the Epsom, while 100 tol for 1000 was bobk'ed'to Honeysuckle.'1 Severity jSjtdso nibbled at for the Metiop., \\;hilsli Kaaba, , Coinc...
TELEGRAMNS. Colonial. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
'TElIGMMS. Colonial. Sinv\. ruday In tho Assoinl)]} lust o\enniR tho Pio nnor stated that the bcncinmont, piobubly this sohsion, would intioduiq n Bill to pie vont inomborB occupying seam m both the Fedoial und Stale L'nili uncnts I Negotiations foi hcmlini; 200 of n hoiSQ bugado to Chum iuo atijl pi oc ceding Some action will luobablj be, tnkcn to (la-, l It is, undei j,tood thnl the Government will select, us o-'iesidtihco foL the Sluto Go\einor, a lioube oiToicd on the southern shoic of thp harbour. i A confci-ence him been auiuiged foi to day between tho lVimci and Newcastle coal mino owuors, with a view to a settlement of tho diflicnlty. Tho Abeirteeii btoamoi Snlnmis, ehaiteicrt by tho Iiiipuunl Govoinment foi Cnnm, is now fitting up, and will convoy the Vietonan lloibo Biigudo Tho YilIohhu Pienuoi and Attoincy Gcncial both pi otest against the opinion that all o\ecuti\o nolb of the Conimonwealth must bo peifoimed in Now South Wnlob At Iloinobubli the puce of sheep was equal t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
TjOund, that foi Pcifcct Tit and Stjlo, J\cic-on is tho Best — Tumut st , Addong ? W II Pouiifi is. Agent X01 AtoliDiloj nnd 13 nvson, Ltd , iinil Eihwuds it Co , Tea Moi chiintb, of'S, dnoy, nnd foi tho Musics -Hums Bitjelet — Hoito nnd feulkj fo» huo ? Tickots foi tho St Jo«oph's Convert annual ball to bo hold on August 10 ave now piocuioblo fiom tlje seciotary or membei's af Iho comunltee,
THE BOER WAR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
THE BOER WA& London, Tuesday. A paity oi Ausualian Bushmen on tho ISfch instant encountered a paity of Boeis, and defeated them. Seigt. Eyan was 'wounded. ?? , ,i ' Tho Indian ' Punces aio ' ofieung troops to Bntain. ,. .j ? ?. , , '? a i ' \ ' / Wednesday ' The Boyalliish on Monday gallantly le nulsed the attaclts of thd Boeis, but had 15 killed and 50 wounded ' '? In tho engagement ncai Piotona bj Majoi Genoial Polo Cliuow, tho British had seven killed, 20 aio missing, and 20 weie wounded It is piobable that tho fiist meeting of ±he new Adoloug PLoa;iess Com liutteo -s\ill be Tield*ne\t Fnday night. A' mooting of the1 Adelong Domon stiation Committee took place last night, when it wag resolved that J39 8s 'of tho proceeds fLom tho lecont demon' stialion be devoted to tho 'Bushmen's Contingent Fund and £20 to tho' In-' dian Fanuno Fund, tho loply leconod ^by Mr. J. J. Vivian fiom the manage! ?of the 'Dail y Telegiaph1.' not being in ' accord with tho committee's wishes as t...
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
THE TROUBLE , IN-' ?CHINA-. ., ', London, Tuesday., The mussaoL-od m! Pekiii included the Butish Minister, his wife and, two childieii) Dr. Monson,(the Tunes cor ldsponclent), Sir Bobeii HaLt (the Ameiican Ministei), i and Baioness Von Kettelei and others. Theio was also a total of 25 ladies and 14 childion killed. A National requiom soiVice was held at St. Paul's Cathedial in memory of the victims. Tho foieign settlement at Shanghai is nnpenlled. The Consuls ask for the presence of waiships. Sir E. n. Soymour has leturned to his flagship at Taku. lie says the Allies captured all the foits, except one. , , A tthree days'' butchoiy of the native Ohustiana ^followed the jssuuig of, Punce Tuau's edict favouring the Bo\ers. Twenty , thousand, weie killed m three days, with ghastly toi tines. Bveiywhcie massacies fol lowed the circulation of.- tho edict. The Boxers have compelled the Butish Consuls and Euiopeans to lea-ie Ghekiang. Theie aic 12,000 Euiopeans in China, half of them Englis...
Adelong Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
Adelong Cemetery. A jmcTfts of the Tjustees of.tho'Ade long cemoteiy ^yos held on5 Monday evening, Mi. A. SV. Molmeaux,' J P., mesidmsr. Theio weie also ruesont .- Messis. J. Elphick, £. Passlow, E. Eyles, and C. W Bceglmg Apologies foi non-attondancc weie lecoived fiom Messis J. Cuitis and R. Whito. It was icsohed to maik tho giaves by pegs with numbeis msoi'ibefl, and tot keep a legisloi of the same for each' position , and the Tiuslees agreed to attend ai'the cemeteiy on Thnisday, tho 26lh mst , and invito all persons who have fnoifcls mte^ied ^ there to come on that , day, and point out the giavos, in order that the legisW may Jbo. mado* as complete as possible Numiioiod pbgs will be got losuly, and placed on the gLpund, so that theio may' bo no' unnecessary' 'delay/' 'Thpr Tiustees who weie not piosont at Montiayjs1 mooting iuo lequestcd to attend at tho cemotoiy on Thnisday afternoon, and also at'-a meeting at Mi. Mohnoaux's office at 8 o'clock the samo o\enmg.
The Alleged Cricket Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
The Alleged Cricket Scandal. A Mi.LriNG of delegates, to decide tho afhui in which Mi Hams was alleged to have given Williams 5s not to bowl his best in a cei tain match was held at the Gilmoio Hotel on Wednesday evening. Tho following delegates woio present — Messrs. II. B, ITalconpi., B Smiles (Tumiitj)) J Naughton,-' F. Bavis (Gilmoie), and M. Leslie (Adolong) . Mi. R. Smiles occupied tho chan, and bnefly explained tho object of the meeting. Tho minutes.of tho piovious. mcot-. mg woio load by Mi. Falconei (secie laiy) and conlnined, on the motion oE Mi. Leslie, seconded by Mr Naughjon^ Voluminous ovidonco iakon at pie vious meelings weio icad. Mi. Naughlon dosned to know what club MrM,Jojco wasiepiesoutingat tho piouousmeotin'. ?*' iV , M.i. Falconer explained that Mi Joyco was seciotaiy of the association, and timing Ins. absence he'1 (Mi. Fal cpnei) /had acted as 'secietary. ' Mr. Naughtoiijtlesued lo know if Wilhams was^swoin'when giving his oMdonco. ' rj \1' A r'' ' Tho chanm...
The Merryfull Return Social. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 July 1900
The Merryfull Return Social. L\si Wednesday night a -\ci- huge gathenng of 1 the losidenls of Adelong assembled at tho Oddfellows' Hall, tho occasion boing a social guon to Mr. uid Mis A. L. Men y full and family for 1 eiyHiheuil hospitality Uwiuth Ado lortgites at tho recent coming of ago jolebration of, Mi, 'A. T Meuyfull. Fully 80 persons lohponded tp Iho m utalion-1 of tho committee, and dun ting was indulged in until long past midnight, unfloi the'duection *of Mr. F W. Palmci, ancl lo piano music supplied by the Mi&sos A. Poiluns, Ejles, and Ayies. The floor was in excellent 'condition, 'imd ' very- short weio tho mlornnssions betweonf- tho. dances, which wolc onteicd into with gjeiifKOBlfinfUiced by*tho-cold atmo sphoio and the warm and jovial fooling among thoso pi escnt /', ', ^ [ * ^j , 4 - Suppoi (was laid lyistiins', and tho thiee Jaige tablost woie well supplied with Vomestib'W, 'and equally well served by Mesdames John and Chaiho PoikinSf-assisted by a few of th...
A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
A MAN'S VOICE. Chapter XI. — Continued. 'Outwardly, you have tremendous selfcominand, not inwardly.' ' I shall never be really calm about these things, but as much now as ever. You can question me.' And he did. She described physical and mentnl symptoms and experiences with singular clearness, and finally Dr. Leigh said— ' I feel convinced that yours was a very remarkable case of catalepsy. In that state every symptom of death is evident, except the only real infallible one — corruption. Notwithstanding what many doctors affirm, there is no test of death, save that one, which can be relied upon ; and I have always held —and held strongly— that no person should be buried until decomposition has set in.' ' God knows ! ' she said. ' I have died a thousand deaths ! ' She drew a long, shuddering breath, and clenched her small hands together with convulsive force. ' Doctor,' she said, after a silence which certainly ho was unable to break, 'when' shall I be able to leave? ' ' In another w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
J. BESNARD, AUCTIONEEE, ' Stock and Station Agent, ADELONG. Local Aoent fob WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, & CO., Wool brokers, Sydnoy, WEAVER & PERRY, Fat Stock Salesmen. CASH BUYER ? ? op All Wool & Station Produce Office: Front. of 'Adolong and' U ' Turnut Express ' Office. ' ' P.H. & S; Wilkinson, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL ?COMMISSION AGENTS, Tumut. Ofhcbt. ? Royal' 'Hotel. ' Auction Sales held in any part of the district when required. Accounts Sales rendered promptly and proceeds paid. 1 District Agents for J. and O. Howard, Agricultural Engineers. Insuranco : District Agents for' tho City Mutual Life, Ac . y. E. A. FLOBAMCE, SOWCJToi, Has .Commenced Practice in ADELONG. Office : (ST Next to Mrs. Thornton's, Tumut-street. ' ; ,, THE GRAHAMSTOWN . Butchering ; ; ? Establishment. STREWEEK, Wholesale and Retail , Butcher, in thanking tho public of Grahamstown nnd surrounding district for the patronage accorded to him in the past, assures his cu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
A. E. Meiryfull, Sons, The Direct Importers, ADELONG. - . The Best. Store for tho rich, The Cheapest for the poor, ' '.'.. y ? ?? ? And the Eight Store for everybody. LADIES! TT7~E beg, to announce that our second shipment of AUTUMN . and V.V WINTER GOODS has arrived, consisting of nine bales of Flan nelettes and Blankets and six enses and 1 tank of General Goods, and ar£now ready for your inspection ; and we can say without fear of contradiction that they are the greatest value over offered in Adelong. LADIES! We can do you Double-width Dress Serge from 9d. per yard Melton Cloth at 1/ ; all shades and great width Thousands. of various shades in British Dress Matorials from 9d. to 4/6 per yard Our. celebrated brand of Ladies' Kid Glovos, in black and ton, at 2/11 per pair. Also a large assortment of Fur-top Gloves at equally low prices. Heavy -Welsh Flannel for men's undershirts from lid per yard. 1 dozen yards Fancy Flannelette for dresses for 5/6 Striped Flannelettes at 8/11 per d...
LAWN TENNIS. GADARA CLUB TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
LAWN TENNIS. gadara', club' tournament. ,. Theftdurna.mem? promoted by the f6ailara Tennis Club was concluded on Saturday,' 21st 'inst., and was alto gether a great success. The courts had been Well attended to, and the play was at times of a very high order, especially so in the final for the ladies' singles. Each afternoon, tea and refreshments were provided by the,la,jliesi:and their thpughtfulness in this resject was highly appreciated by the participants. Following .are the scores : — ' '..;' .' * ' .' .Ladies' Singles-Handicap. First Round.— Miss ,C. Howe (5). beat Miss A. Howe (7), 50-85 ; - Miss M. Tonking (sor.) beat Miss A. What man (scr), 50-89 ; Miss A. Tonking (80) beat' Miss M. Whatman (80), 50-86 ; Miss L. Howe (6) beat Miss Tonking (scr.), 50-83; Miss E. What man (12), a bye. Second Round. — Miss L. Howe beat Miss E. Whatman, 50-41; Miss C. Howe beat Miss A. Tonking, 50-39 ; Miss M. Tonking, a bye. ?/ Third: Round. — Miss M. Tonking beat Miss L. Howe, 50-44 ; Miss C....
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
The;; Federal Capital. ^x/.wouid.'..appeqx .t.nat /tnere.is, much trouble 'fLtienii before the sife ,pf i.the Federal Capitalas finally agreed upon, and that it .is^jnoij. at all certain the localo wilj|bqiii .'JJTow South Waleg has been- evident,. ..to those who have watched T federation proceedings for somo time' .past. Soon after the announcement^ the appointment of tho Governor-Cronoval, a few days ba'ckj .thei-ptfgisTj^tures of Now South Wales and Victoria commenced to bestir ''themselves over. the question, and, almost simultaneously, high legal opinion 'w'as'iakeil in both colonies as to the definition of the. clause in the ?O'ommoirweaith Bill which ; deals with'1 the '^Federal Capital: location, and a discussion eusued .in the Victorian Assembly. . ,'.,?; Sir- ,. William Lyne, . Premier .of ;our, coiony,'.. sought the opinion of.; ilr.R- E. O'Connor (in the absence of, ?,Mr.- Wise,. Attorney^ General). ^Ii;. '.O'Connor was one of the Federa.1 , delegates for Ne-y South Wale...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
GENERAL. ? v ? The sum of £11G 8s 9d has been, collected at Giindivgai in aid of the Indian Famine Eelief Fund. _ ? An important sale of Crown im proved lease blocks in the Central Division lakes/ place' at Tumbarumba on August 8. 'Pound, that for Perfeot Fit and Stylo, Jackson is tho Best.— -Tumut-st., Adelong;* Tenders are invited for the erection of a teacher's dwelling in connection with the Adelong Crossing School. They close on the 2nd prox; It transpires . that .the Tumut and Adelong districts were last year swindled out of nearly £1800 of its just apportionment of the roads vote.. - ' W.' H. Powell's for Choice ' and : Season able Fruit. * ; -'/'' ?'?.'. . Adelong, Tumut, and , , Adelong Crossing are each to have a road maintenance man, all converging to points ;eqiuTdistant between the three, places;; . | '? .' / ' ? ? : Mr. Oliver, the special commis sioner, has applied to the Govern ment for another three' months' ex tension of time within wb'ich.to com plete his report o...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
:;ilM»^ During thp 'fortnight ended' thell th instant 'the' pump'at the' Ad'dlong lease of the Jennhigs! Gold Sluicing and Dredging. Company of . New South Wales only wprke'cllGO hours, raising 5200 cubic yards from a mean depth of '40 ft. from 'th'e'^surface. The re mainder of the .tinie; was occupied re _fitting the puiirp and repairing dams and flood races. ' 1'he lower dam, to prevent water coming into the pad dock, has been strengthened by adding '500 yards of ea'rtliworlc to- it.. .The lower part of the side line dam .has been raised 2ft. with sods for a distance of 4 chains, and .'the top dam across tho creek has been strengthened with a line of 8ft. stakes 8ft.;apart interlaced with . bushes,. : '-Inside ?'. tha ''(lain no 1'di.iiiWa'e':''\ii'l'^dbiie't'oK'tni3':mine' by the. ???feco'rit'flodds!''*' :'.:- '''' '»-''?' I '? Several Adelorigites bave made for the Ararfit.gplfl nife'h. 'Tis' 'but another base. o4 'distance' lending enchant ment to the view.''
Shocking Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
Shocking Fatal Accident. The residents of Adelong received a shock yesterday morning, when the news reached town that a: trouble accident had happened to ' Bob ' Kenny, eldest son 'of Mr. and .Mrs. P'. Kenny, of Tumut-street, resulting'; ;in his death: Tlie circumsitince's.'; Known to surround tne doath arp re lated in the .evidence, given J.at the in-': quest', ttiid^Ublisheci.-b'elpwi ?: The lad,' who'was a prbhiising -'yoiitih, aM' the': right-hand support of his father in his occupation as a carter, was driving a team of two horses drawing a dray load of quartz from Donkoy Hill to the Kecfer Battery, and it is surmised that in attempting to unscrew the .brake he was knocked down by the shaft of the dray, tho wheel of which caught him in a slight depression in the ground and crushed him so severoly that death was almost instantaneous.. He was found lying under the Whool of the dray by Mr. Kowo, who extri cated him. Dr. 'Watson was. sent for, but death had siwervened before tho! b...
SMALL DEBT'S COURT. (Before Mr. Clarke, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
. SMALL DEBTJg' COURT. (Bbfbr^ Mr/SyXGlMkei PiM;-: ... ;-Waltei\i. Quamby..- y.: Pi. Cussen. The clahnnyas fofjbne plough valued at £4' Sk:'1''1 1 'Mr, Fraier. 'for 'complainant. Miii'.Taylb'r'1 fbr dfefendan^; applied for a postponement.'.* The; 'application was refu'sedi: and a verdict given- for amount cl^uii^d with. ?costs ,6s and1 witnesses 'expenses -'10&.* ?!*??'--%' '??'?a ??:. ' ? '.'? .Ballat Khan.'-rV': ' J.; Gilham.— The( clainl w'as'fbf '£6 4s 6d,rgoods sold and' money'lenti ?'?? Mri Emanuel appeared fbr'def endant. - ;'i:Yerdicfcufor;*i plaintiff £5v'costB'43s.-t^w' r-- ^t^-M i , Daniel : M'.Gi'a'tfi -;vJ W. Percival.— This was a claim foi' rent of a paddock on Boiiibbwiee;; ''amount ' £7. Mr. Emanuel for plaintiff, Mr. Taylor, for defendant. ^ Verdict given for de fendant^yith. 8s costs. ? ' ?
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900
'.TQWN'TkiiKf (Ey 'Ecno.'); tTuAT the recent- election bflajew,, new men to the. Adelong Pirogress Com .niittee will do;no- harmj and Jnay do 'good. .?Some unkind poi'sou has said that thoi'o have been somo tw'oponny ha'vjonuy men'^ro.turnofi' Qii;-t(he now committee1. ' ' ? ?''? '' !l '-|'h!'' '? ' Th'a.t. a;', benefit 'should bo given to so'vifral1 prduiineiii Adelbhgites who are sbowing a' retiring disposition.' That the Express,: in, addition to arousing other somnolent people, last .issue^'nwa'kbned a ^local'' joqt,' iwho 'stri^ps'liislyrG.oh.a'wb'Fffiy tojjfc, and (best- sound to our mercenary' chief) pkys-'toiM'iiis- gtffl^.;, . ? ''? ;t?-V ''?csrtSS -.' , That . roadmen have been observed iiidulgin^'in ''. iigh't' repairing'' work ardiind : Tnin'ut, and in Gamp^gtreet, Adolonn:. . . .. .': ;.',.v:'-' That the weather, 'if sharp morning and ovening'j Has been' almost' perfect weatherwiso' and otherwise.' Our writer;, 'Echo,' absorbed ' such a largo supply of 'ozone1!' as'acon...