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A Rejected Amateur Speaks. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

A K,6j ecte|d Am.A'tfeTJr Speaks . ' '' ;' . jiTo^tJAo'Edltpr.) ' ?'; ' ' Sn'^^-It's ' n'bHi!-:.'p'^'d'; '-\-;hdlo'; ijion th since'' the noY/iy-elbcied' Committee of the '' Tumufc,, .Amateur Turf . Club . had1 their first meeting to elect officers. I: have every 'roasoir' to' b'eli'o'vo' that 'these 'neW| chaps aro a-, decent lot, but ?very '..slovk. i-anA evk'ybiiie i k'npWs'.:the Secretarviis a bit inert too. I am only ?acommon mentber1 of the club, but 'I always,, pay, my subscription, j so I'd like-.tq sac jnore , sport. I heard the other clay . that i.-tW: men vVho used to '?Shake things alpng,_ ami keeps, the racing gojng were bumped ofl'thelast .committee.. I feel sorry for them, although f they ? were the cause, I believe/ df. blocking me from riding as an aniateiiri' I'ni also told thaf'tliis 'Club. has' £40 or £5Q. to.. their, credit,,, aid /every race meeting means a £ld n'ote-;increase on the bank,, balance. Wily tloesu't this nevv Oominiiiteeinake ;uP'an'dh[tv^ 5f meet...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orchard—Jam Factory—School. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

Orchard — Jam- Factory Mvi T School. .-, . ,,, (By ' S/VncASTious'.') No. Ill' ; ? Hx! ha-!;, I have just^Meon, treating ' '' ?mj'solf1 tb a little niil'd\' cacophonous ? ebullition. -An, excellent exorcise for '' ttfe lungs is^your. lioarty gbc/d laiYgh, ' ?:' iatid the' hunian \yhq-is so co^sliluted '-. as to be able' to inve voice' to what''': tickles his risible faculties noed have ' little fear of paying bills 'to discipltesof i'!i Esculapius. My laughter tVasj hbw-;Jf;/' over, ?hioro akin to suppressed ' mif tit'' 'yi than any other tauety — tho sort of1' ' oxuberance t\lnch ' Junitis ' must fiequontly hate g^rton t\ay to when t\ ltnossing tho montal t\ uthmgs of tho Victims of his clq\ e'r but saicastic pbn ThatJSelobiatod pumplilotoei. wont to his grate twthout his anonnnity boing discovoied To dtqp fio/n a sublime altitude to a (metaphorically so) ridicu lously low lot cl, much speculation has arisen, since' the last ''ailiclo under tho abovo heading, as to my identity, nnd...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

Toi feweols, Bisouils, JHoino lutulo .Tunis, Tiosh LkB«i A.t 1 B° t0 l'owi ri.'f- (no\t Odd follows' Hull, Adclong),*

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

J^S- ; :-NE#; BTJ[OCHEEY;l ^:vl;. ,;tq;:The ,FEpNT.i;;f ?;';x1 i .. iWi i i«n?1-^i(^ PP; wi^1- '?t°-:-?4ny^ 4°: the1 PubHc';that'?;they 'ihayo (opened ;;a;;N(3WJ Butphpvy-atri^i'Jt-ici i-i (,;?!? k '.'ivSvyrif !.?)'??.- ??-? and'ftt;ust;[to. 'receive a:1 ^^fair jshare'.' of - 'tlioir. patronage.-. . /;,. -.. . i: ,)? \ ? .-. ?: ? ?? .'.i.1.1'. '?;.' -i, '? ., ^rfiS'-y'ery tBest''of ^;Me|i,ts,i atid. '^,i^;|3m^ll-'Gfobcls ,'wili? lie':-'-^'-' :1 ''. '?'. ;; t'-iC'duld I'.l)(il. write n.s poets dq.j-./'i'f.i ?' H' ?):^\^9[oiiu\A:w\. Tiiv^stj)^ :?' \-l%- !'*?: '=-.'?' 'i-lii iellinji: viiu ut'SliW ;llm-«'osil ilHiigf . . - ' '^r;'r--^',i'i;aj.!ii.ta'jn T5-i_.;jji\Vy\tMr«uco:'H,i'iipp.:.j;.--.'-' .t-^s'r/SpdC'iind^jujtpnS/fiiiiJfllvgsWlfe^iliuy'ppiJk.t :il.;t'J'At low^iifices unkiidWn-'liofore.1:;!!; ! d ;TiVHOIiES^B'A^p{BETAiL.BUTOHEBS,' '!.- oiiSH^IJUYEIlS OF: apE,^;, SHEEP-' :;' ??'???;??' J:; ''skins; ;and talijOw^ ^^ii'Vv f?t^DdelQn^ Iihppuii^ji^s; I ^ ?TiirbuNljED at ^dfiio^Birpn....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

a Man's Voice., ? ? ? — + — Chapter XIII. — Continced. ' I like Benham so much in that scene,' said Mrs. Lesmbre, referring to the last scene of the first act. 'I came on the opening night,' she added to Valerie ; ' my nephew Herbert was with me. I half expect him . this evening. I hope ho will come ; I want to introduce him to you. Ho was verv much taken with a lady in the box over there,' indicating the opposite stage box, 'who was making herself rather conspicuous.' ' In what way ? ' Valerie asked. ' She was on extremely pretty woman — fair, blue-eyed, and beauti fully dressed — and she was talking and laughing in rather too deploye a manner. One is so very visible in a stage box.' ' Yon didn't know her ? ' .' Not personally. Bert said she was a Mrs. Stapleton. Oh ! of course, she is the lady who. came into all the money of that old money-lender who was murdered about two years ago^ Barton Grey was his name.' 'I remember reading about the case,' Valerie said. ' Some suspicion,' M...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

' OUR OPEN dOLUMN. We gjadly give; ^pafce to the opinions of cor i respondents on public' matters, but ab solve oursolv0s-irom. ally, responsibility. The name of each coVresponderit must ; accompany letters to be 'inserted- under this head, not necessaj-ily , for .publica tion, .but ns a guarantee of good faith. .

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KENNY TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 July 1900

THE KENNY TESTI- MONIAL. A meeting of the friends of Mr. Pat rick Kenny was held at Perkins' Hotel on Friday night last to discuss the best means of showing him their practical   sympathy in his great and sad bereavement caused by the untimely death of his son Robert, who was a bread-winner in the household and an invaluable assistant to his father in his business of a carter. There were 27 of the leading influential   townspeople present, while others sent verbal apologies for their inability to attend. Mr. J. J. . Vivian was voted to the chair and stated that the object for which they had assembled together was a most deserving one, as Mr Kenny had met with a good deal of disaster duiing late years, but when in healthy and well-to do ciicumstances he had extended a helping hand to many in various ways and had at all   times been a generous heartted citizen   Mr. J. R. Creagh moved that as   Mr. Kenny had always prove...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

©ri-|inal Poetf^. Feeling that the time has arrived when those of our readers who have a liking for a little light versification shoaldbe considered, and in conformity with our custom of publishing matter to suit, a variety. of tastes, wo have de 'cido(l-'fco\ devote .'space ' in' 'the- -56hi mris theExpnESH oneasiojinlly-for short and original verses. '--'l.'he first production juicier this head '-. is;.-f roni- the^-pen ? of ^JPhe ' Cri|c^ ff&feor of ihef maby .ariHolesvwliicji'-rjiiyo appeared in.p.ur . columns troating-'pf !i Mr.' Sanely ' and his various wonies, and is printed be low.;' '?? / . ''-

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

GENERAL. The contract fov grubbing briars on 7 acres of the Adelong Common is almost completed. ?? '? Recently at Was.sa a sale of over 000 ewes was made to a Queensland buyer at £1 .per bea-J., .Vi ?? ,-.-,. : -, ; T.^7,; Great preparations are being made' to' Hold a. monster peace deiiiojjsti'atio'u: at Broken Hill when the. South African Warjis ,py^r'!\.;:.v'!'-^ \; ' % :? .^;r^-'^' ?:^-Popnd|tniit'|pV' Perfect Fit nfid &tyU;: Jackson iii;the'Best.-i-'itumut-st.,-Adolong.*::i' ?-. Henry S. Whatman's tender has been accepted for the fencing of _the Roman ;.QattiohV' Church, grounds :at Grahamsfowui' '*',}'*?? ?'. c:; \: ': '; -'...' -Mr. Moiineaux will auction the whole of the stock of drapery, boots, &c, of Messrs. Moses and Co.,?at- their- shop, Adelong, on Tuesday riext. Doii't forget. -Owing to there being . no cases on the calendar at the Quarter Sessions, set down at Gundagai for to-morrow,' the jurors ': summoned haye-. reeqiyed notice not to attend. -??'?'?...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Gundagai Military Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

Gundagai ? Military. Sports. The Gundagai Military Sports ..were .held, on Wednesday last,,, .amidst, .a great crowd of spectators, the occasion being accentuated by the arrival of the invalided soldiers . Lauce-Cprporal .Priddle arid .Trooper W. Liiff , from South Africa. The soldiers were met at the railway station by the Gundagai Troop of the 1st Australian Horse arid escorted to Walker's Family Hotel. Tho Murrumburrah and Gundagai Troop then paraded to the racecourse, whore the sports programme was gone through, with the following result :— Tent-pegging by sections : prizes, four lances. — Sergeant Egan, Corporal Cornett, , Trooper Slater, Trooper .Someryille. - Lomon-cutting.— :Sergeant Hobson, Trooper Bradford. ''...'.'' :': Cavalry' Hurdle Eace.-^Sergeant Ba'xter,' Trooper Walker. Single Tent-pegging.— Sergeant Baxter, Troopers' griddle,' X' Brad ford: ??? -':j .'?; ,'.'. ?'?';? '. .';:;' J':'' ' Rescue Race' '(by files).— Troopers ;Mulqueeny ^'arid ElphickJ ' Troopers '?'Sla...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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DISTRICT COURT. (Before Judge Rogers.) TUESDAY, 31ST JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

' PISTBICT COUET.' (Before ??' Judge Rogers;) 1 'ToiisDA\'i 31si JoiiV. Hazara Singh v. Kam Singh ; claim for goods bargained for and obtainedand money lent, amounting to £38 5s.— Mr. 'VV. T. Grifiui for nlaintiff. Mr. C. J. Fraser for defendant. Quito a number of -free and independent witnesses were retained thereon, but their versions were very different.: 'HisHcnor, in face of all particulars, decided to non-suitthe plaintiff. , . .' , ,. .,...'.,? .f William Smith v. S. Groves ; this was a claim for .-£30, damages and work 'and labour done at Yarrangobilly silver mine to the valuo of £20.— Mr. Emanuel for plaintiff, -Mr. W. T. Griffin for defendant. Voluminous evi dence^ wfts taken, but His Honor decided in 'favour of plaintiff. ? ? ??;???_. ? Gabriel Spiech'.v. A. Sturt; goods sold and delivorod.^This was settled;. ~ - ; - - ,. ? Bobert Bruce v.John Prowse; this was. a claim for non-delivery, as carrier, of a certain; amb'unt of goods from Guridiigai to Adelong, ?amount £25;— ^...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

TUMUT. (From Our Own Correspondent). Omi worthy warden (Air. J. v. wautei; bas recoiyecl from the Department of Mines and Atniculturo a circular stating that the 5--n..h«pnt. with a veiw o£ disseminating m fnvniation re tolluride-oro, is sending to the wbt Wardens' OflioesmS^So-uthWae,^ samples otlho same, wliich wiU be on--yiow! in llie local olTice, ,a'umnt,-£or 'one month from1 date.' Telluride-ore has not', been rocoBinssd by bur niiuovs in New South' Wnlos nnd our ?practical miners. have uow an opportunity of iiisneotingj'und snyingvhethei-' we spoaWho truth. ; .„?;.?: , -w --.'.?.. On Tuesday inpminglnst Mr.. \V., P.. rP. O'Biien was relieve d of his valuable raeing cblt ' Booiriomng '' at Ifosebiink. The ' look of thB'stable \vn.s broken, and thesteed.-with--. drawiij whither wo -know. not. It is to. be. hoped that the robbers will meet the duo re ward of their deeds. '??'?; .'' ,'V In this democratic- age, we daily find stump orators ready and willing to have a long' sdy^ on...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

? (DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) ADELONG. J. A. PERKINS ? .......,.................Ptopri..M, IN announcing to the public that he is still the host of this popular hostelry, tho Proprieto; intimates that imabating energy is exercised to maintain tho hitherto recognisec standard with which the establishment is conducted. Visitors from all parts receive a hearty welcome, and their comfort and con venience is at all times studied. Our Liauors will be .found to be of the Very Best Quality. THE STABLING ACCOMMODATION IS EXCELLENT. Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Saloon, TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. Tobaccos (popular brands), Pipes, and all Smokers' Requisites AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION.. THE BOYAL HOTEL, ADELONG, Dne of the largest, best kept, and most favoured hos telries in the Southern Districts. H. W.Wilkinson, Proprietor. Unequalled for Comfort and Civility. FIEST-CLASS WINES, BEERS,1 AND' SPIRITS RETAILED! Spacious and Well-drained Stablo Premises. Attentive and' Obliging Ostlers....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelong Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

'. Adelong Jockey Club. At a meeting of the Committee ol the Adelong Jockey Club held nt TnttersuH's (Ptrkins' Hotel) on Tuesday Ihst,. Mr. Pas-slow (the PrnaiifantV'occumed the chnir;' nnd na com initteemen Messrs. C. Purcell, S. J. Treweek, C; A; Phillips nml C. W. Beegling (Secly.) wore preBent. The minutes of the Budd Mtmorinl meet ?inn were jinns.ed. -rhe'sebrotary of the Tumut -Turf Club (Mr.- M. ? MoNnmnrn) hnvlng supplied the ?'cpriijnjtlce with pnrlieulnrs of the mode adoptcdoy lijsclub of electing its committee and officprs, it was decided to tlinnk him for the information given', nnd further to nsk for » copy of their general rules in force, with a vIow'tQ framing ft sot for the Adelong Club to 'to submitted for approval nt a general meeting of members convened fov Tuesday Me. It. HonnWson, M.ll., had written stoYirig that trce.s.for plnnting on the race covirse were available 0rid e'o«W be pro cured by him for the Club as soon as he was advised of what sorts were suitabl...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR BUSINESS DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

OUE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Allsopp Bros., Flourmillors, Tunut and Gilmoro. Beale, Jno., Brewer, Tumut. Budd, Geo. T., Auctioneer, Stoo!.-. \d Station Agent, Adelong. Beogling, Chas. Wm., Butcher, AJJong. Besnard, J., Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent, Adelong. Donaldson, li.. Butohnv Tmnnt. Dear, 11., Aerated Water and Cordial Manu facturer, Adelong. - ? ? ? . . Donovan, J., baker, produce merchant, store keeper and dairyman, Adelong. Eyles and Son, General Merchants and Im porters, Adelong. Florance, J. E. A,, Solicitor, Adelong. Fitzgerald, A. E., Kyeamba Vmovards, ' Wagga Wagga. Geary, It., Carrier and Coach Proprietor, Adelong. Heavens, A., Builder and Contractor Ade long. ' ' Jones, W. E., Uoyal Mail Coach Proprietor, Adelong to Tumbarumba. Jackson, G., Tailor, Adelong. Lyttloton, Dr., Adelong. Luff, E., and Co., butchers, Grahiimslowii. Molineaux, A. W., Auctioneer, ck and Station Agent. Martin, Wm., Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Adolong. Morryfull.A. E. nnd Sons, General Store k...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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THE BOER WAR. Friday's Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

THE BOER WAR. Friday's Telegrams. London, Wednesday night. -'The Cape ' Argus ' says that Boers Snq^Cp^per; aii Englishman, and;are ^e§tr%ying.t!)(e.pele;gpa:TailwHy'- M *; ? l TKe'present cost of the war is forty two/millions. ? ' ' : ; ?*? . -i - The food 'supplied to the British is said to be'gOcKk wit insufficient. Witn.esse? in':f.He hospitnl inquiry weii-kljft-frw01* i''e coiiTyliiinL-5. Miijor Bridge's, a patient afc Bloeinfontein, said the oHly-complnint was the quantity of ehoHJpagne he. was obliged, to con sume.; V The Boers in the Middleburg district are longing to surrender and -are only detained from- so doing by nienuces of irreconcilnbles and Krtlgers extraordi nary fabrications of British disasters. 'The paper currency has ruined a number of the Burghers. ...?Lord 'Roberts reports that- 1200 inora-Boers have surrendered to Mo jor Genejal Hunfer, who expects his total 'to be $000' V The surrenders include several Commandants. CommandnntE Armstrong, Gim, and Oliver, wi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

Medical. ? DR. WATSON. T WALLACE WATSON, Jf.D. and Oh.M., O . HAS COMMENCED tho PBACTICE of his profession in Adelong. Address : Tumut'strebt: Dr, , Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer , TUMUT-STBEET, ADELONG. Dr. -M:§.'/p. ^©l^nsfonQ l L/Ii.C.f?., etc., etc.', L.WP.S, Glasgoiv. DALY'S HOTEL, TUMBARUMBA. Geo. T. Budd, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT Agent for Leading Australasian : Life, Fire and Accident 1 Societies. TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. SHARP'S CREEK STEAM ?,.;?'?-..-, SAW_MILLS.-.- . .mlMBER*(Haid\\ood) of All Si/cs and JL: LengthVj Cut and Delivered wher.0 re squired at Lowest Ituling Hates. Particulars as to Prices can ?- obtui^eu on application to ! .( ' v- -, JOHN WHIP I^G, Proprietor, .; Shmxi's Cieek Saw MilU TUMufWTCHE.RY (Late P. Kiiey's). R. DONALDSON, pllOPBIETOR of tho above old-established business, begs to assure the people of Tumut and the siuTouniliiigdisli-ictthat they will always be able to obtain from him the same primo quality of. meat thoy wero accus t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Colonial. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

. Colonial. Sydney, Friday. ..Captain Hixon will go in command of the I^ayal -Brigade. ' ... j Nothing has yet been heard of ';the Breelou' blacks. There are oil-sorts of rumours as to the tracks having been picked up, but no result':' 'The police are out in all directions. Inspectbr General Fosbevy went up to Mudgee last evening. ' ?' Lord Beauchamp will probably re main' hr the colony until after the Governor-General is sworn in. ; Telegrams received in Melbourne announce the death of Mr. Alfred Josephs, the well-known ' bookmaker. Campion's soap and tallow works at Jesmqnd, near Newcastle, were de stroyed by fire. A man working on the premises had a narrow escape. At Homebush, prices for sheep were higher, prime extra going up to 19s 8d. Cattle are not quite so high as at last sales; prime' sold to £10. Thirty-six more invalided' soldiers, belonging to N. S. Wales, arrived at Melbourne to-day. , '..',-. The Admiralty has, after all, ac cepted the services .of ..the. gunboat Prote...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

. T h e. Direct I m p.o r te r s, ?'._ . v ? ADEMwa. ? '.;.. \ '?[ ' I'ho ?JJest Stortj for the. rich. . ; ?' : ??.' ' -^ ?: -\^ ;;\ X:;.;.._.,'v..The'GheapesE'f6ii'the'poor,-i^--- . :-' '? .. . ,..' , v; V- :. ; ' ';i(' ? i ;v ' %?'(:?' jVncl fcbe Eight Stove for everybody. ' '' . 'WJ'^ beg :tb announce that our second shipment of AUTUMN 'and '.-yy WINTER' GOODS lias arrived, consisting of nine bales of Flan nelettes ami Blankets and .six cases and 1 tank of General Goods, and are now ready fpr.ypiuvinspectipn;; and we. can say without fear of contradiction that they are the 'greatest value ever ottered in Adelong. . ' LADIES ! :^- :- -? -Ji?- O,--;,:;' ?.-:--??? ..-'; r:'\: '.': ' -, : - :; ' . ' - ,', . ,. ..;V. , .. ', . .We cau;dovyou. DoubleT-width Dre.ss.' Serge from 9d. per.yard , ,; . : ..'',' MeltonOlothifit rl/ ; aU shades aiicl great width ' _ ? Thousands of various shades in British Dress Materials from 9d. to ?.\ ???.'? . ' ; 4/6 per yard.-.: }'-::.y :::*'-'---r- :?:''...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 3 August 1900

TELEGRAMS, Home and Foreign. Dr. Morrison is. slightly wounded at Pekin. : : . ; l/.' , ?'?'?''??-?;: The Duke of Edingburgh is dead. The death resulted from paralysis of the heart. The Queen is greatly grieved, but is soothed by the univer sal sympathy manifested. The inter ment takes place tit Cobui'g on Satur day. The Kaiser, the Duke of Oon naugbt, and Prince of AVales will at tend the funeral. The body of the late Duke lies in state. Lord Salisbury, M. Delcasse (France) and Mr. Hay (America) have agreed on an immediate advance' on Pekin. The allies are already ejght miles beyond Tientsin and expect to reach Pekin in a week.

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