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OUR BUSINESS DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

OUR BUSINESS DIl^CTOBY Allsopp Bros., Flourcnilid-, Tumut and Gilmore. .... Beale, Jno., Brewer, Tumi; Budd, Geo. T., Auctioneer, otock and Station Agent, Adelong. ? ? .- , , Beegling, Chas. Wm., Butchei, Adelong. Beanard, J., Auctioneer, Stock and Station ' ' Agent, Adelong. ? Donaldson, R., Butcher, Tumut. Dear, B., Aerated Water and Coidial Manu facturer, Adelong. Donovan, J., baker, produce meichant, stoie keeper and dairyman, Adelong. Eyles and Son, General Merchants and Im porters, Adelong. Florance, J. E. A,, Solicitoi, Adelong. Geary, R., Carrier and Coach Piopnotor, Adelong. Heavens, A.. Builder and Contractor Ado long. ? ' Hudson, Jas., Skin Buyer, Tumut, and care of Commercial Hotel, Adolong. Jones, W. E,, Royal Mail Coach Piopndoi, Adelong to Tunibarumba, Jackson, G., Tailor, Adelong. Lyttlcton', Dr., Adelong. Luff, E., and Co.-, butchers, Grahamstown Molineaux, A. W., Auotioneei, ck nM Station Agent. Martin, Wm., Hairdresser and Tobaccomtl, i Adelong. ' : ' - '? Merryfu...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

POLITICAL PARS. (By ' Quid Nunc') Public Works Minister O'Sullivan is wet-nursing (in a metaphorical sense) the movement for making a com mencement with the Gundagai Tumut Railway, and' -has just suc ceeded in getting the talking talent in Macquane street to give their sanction to the lecommendation of tho Par liamentary Standing Committee on Public Works as to the projected line of railway. There for- a, if The O'Sulli van continues in Lis present agreeable humour, we may expect to learn of active opeuitions being commenced shortly .to connect our district with 'the present terminus at Gundagai.. The director-general of works has been much twitted of . late that he is a very ' promising ' Minister, butt feel sure, fiom my personal knowledge of Mr. O'Sullivan, that ho will also prove to be a peifoimer. Indeed he has already done excellent work during his brief tenuie of office, judged by comparison, with his piedecessors. He has, I believe, hib departmental affairs in perfect order,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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WARDENS COURT. FRIDAY. August 3. (Before Warden J. D. Walker, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

' ? . VARD^p'-qpuRT.,.. ?': ]'' ' , t '.FE»Ay,luAu&vsr '3.' '', ? (Before Wajflep^.P-^aiker, J.P.) . '' Rv M.'.Russeliapplie'.difOLvanAuthor ;ity.« to ; ,enigr bnisKKtJaW ~3$&, riParisfe iOoplem'^/// G^^)j;t.n33u(S9leHQb,,^T . Authority to :en,tier';foi1 ^IB-i'months ; ; compensation,') 10/-,: rent' 20/- per acre per' annum. .-/ : ?-'i.-.v1.w, ? , ? . , : ' ? D. L.' Herlihy applied for an author ity, to. enter portion ,91,. Parish Cooie man, County of Buccleuch. — Author- ity to enter- for 4.2 months for three aereg ; compensation £1, and. rent 20/ per acre per annum. ? , ; , ?,..; ?' ? James Pelts applie\lfor authority to', enter on portion,' C.Li- 1469. . ; Parish, vW.yangle, CpunbyjB.uceleuch. — Author- ? ifcy.to issue forfiye' acres for 12 months; :compensation-4ij40si and'.r.ent' 10/-° per acre per annum.; ? ? ? Thomas Frost^appliedJibr five acres.q ..uncier authority 'tp- 'enter oh portion 'Qjj. ?1869,'P.arish; ^yaug'ie and Countiy Buccleuch.-Tfv^^.h'ority. to ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT COURTS. POLICE COURT FRIDAY, 3rd AUGUST. (Before Messrs J. D. Walker and R. M. Shelly, J.'sp.) [?] V. ALEXANDER ALCHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

^iWiCoimTs.( ? (Friou Oon Own Co'ir.ESPOKDEijT,) ? .', '-, Vj , POLICE .;GOJJ®T-;:;jV;t{.; ';' FitiDAY, 8kd August^ i ?? . (Befere' Messrs .J. D. Walker ,'an'd R. ,, ; ????-:.M.' Shelly^ Ji'sa^'cif.,[iT ' j, , . iRiSCXNA-. -V;:'AbEXANDBh' Al,CHlN. ?/; In this -case accused -was chai'gedwjth stealing. a horse, tho-prdporty/oi'S^'E'.'' Hall.,,; '?,:?;:?:, -,:,:-,;„.,..?.---'?:; .; ..: J.. JJootos, beiiag- sworn, deposed :' I am Senior-ScrgeTint of- .Police, stationed^ at, Titmuti.,, ? Fcom :.infor-: ination . received, :';;! .. ..pixjtjpeded ,on ,Thursdayi-i)the .2G6h. ultimoj ^ aoecun panipd by. Constabio . Glynn,. to -.the jAdjihgbilly Creelt, near.. Bpngpngo, .and .25 miles froin;.,, iVmul;. ...We., ar'rivod .there , ,abo.uji ,'.5.30. .p^ifl-,,, Wo saw accused infa shed. He Jiad \a jjlack, hprs.e, ,unbranded, with a bridle on, in ith'b shed,^,,,I,sa'id.:,t6.,him,:l[ am gfling, to ask. y,ou jopie questions, and any' replies^ you nii^y. mako,;l may ub.e , given in evi.cjence. against...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

. ; Tuesday's Telegrams. -? ? ? ?-.'?'. ,':;- ?'?London; Mondays ??' General Downing occupied Hor .risniith, 'blocking Commandant Olivier's- escape to Drockenberg. ' General French reconnoitorod 80 miles north-east of Middlebury, with out meeting organised resistance. Christian Botha, with 3000 Boers, is laagered between Amerspoort ? and Ermelo. De La Rey is retiring before General Ian Hamilton, after a stubborn attempt to hold the hills; Three hundred Boers resisted the Argyles and Bersheres with six guns for five hours.- ':i ?'?' '?? :. ? 'A: party of: Boersat'Watevjiiil'inade; a pretence of surren'dering, 'ittiid!th:en' fired 'on- a ..patrol f- ' killing' two ??? and ;wpunding two. They- then escdpedv '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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THE BOER WAR. Monday's Telegrams. LONDON. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

'?'??.' THE; BOER WARy:;;; Monday's ? Telegram s. ?' ..?:?;. -..-. London^ August 4' 1. General. Louis- Botha, -The -Boor ?'Commandor-in-Chief, has asked- -the British to-putvhim in a-- pbsition!-rto-. pbtain con formation v-of , new8';ofnt;he. isurrendor of ( General -Prinsloo'h'to Lieutenant-Gonerrl Sir A.- Hnntbr, General Botha has also expressed a= de.siro to.be enabled to communicate with Commandant do Wet. Brigadier - General ?? Broad-wood's Cavalry Brigado and Brigadier General Ridley's Mounted Infantry Brigade are tightening the cordon round Commandant de Wet and ex Presidont Steyn in the hills north of Vredefort, in the northern portion of th'e- Orange River Colony. \, Commandant Liebebergfon July 31 sent a: flag of truce demanding tho sur render of .Major-General H. L. Smith Dorien's force .near- Frederikstad, in the-.Sputhern Transvaal,? or he would begirt an .attack in half an hour's time. . . ? .-: ? ? i ; Before it was possible to' send a reply . Commandant Liebeberg-....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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HERE IS A CHANCE TO DO SOMEONE A KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

HEitE'rig-* chanOe to do someone'a! : : ?? ? -kindness;-'- ?:??? ; ??'?'? ??''' If the reader' of, this should chance to know ? of any. one who. is ^subject to attaoks of bilious colic he can. dp lilni no greater I a'vgur. than to toll him ,of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and; Dinrrh&a )Behie'(I^'. It always gives prompt relief. -For sale by Messrs. Ormiston ' anS Onniston, Turuut, and Mr. Frod B.- Witt, Adelonc. ?.-...: , ; A.sohool teacher not a hundred miles from Adelong recently- received ? .the following warning from the mother of a young hopeful : — ' Dear Miss,— Please do not push Johnnie top hard, for so much of his branes is intelieck that he ought to bo held back a good deel, or ho will run to iutelleck en tirely and I do not desire. it. So please, holdi him back sp as to keep. his in- , tellfe'ck from' getting bigger. ;than his: boddy, and injooniig'himfo'ri'ii'sijifo/1' AN,-' EDITOira LIFE. .SAVED'.. BY' ' CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH KEMEDY, , . Duting tho early part ?-,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Land Board Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

.'. Laud Board Meeting. A meeting of. the. Tumut- Land Board was hold ,afc the Courthouse, Tumut, on. ..80th July and. 1st August, when the fallowing cases were dealt, with : — ?Applications confirmed— S. Dowsett, 'L.-Majrgiues (2),.J. Grauland (8), J. H. Siting (2),. J. Thomas, ,G. A. Witts (2). .Applications withdrawn — Bank of Australasia, : E. .J. Owen (2)*-- John Cassidy. (2). Postponed-r-F.- Phillips, W. Jarvis, J. Harrison. Several other applications;. .Were refused or post poned, notification of which was duly:, ;made..,.:,. ..,,' ,..-.'.''.. ....... .'.-.i -.fi,.;-:i'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

TELEGRAMS. ,: Colonial. ;; ? ' ? .?' ' '?? ??''Sydney, Friday. . ?. It is probable that Parliament will hold day sittings now.and get through the. business of tlio session. ? ?-.. ??; Nothing: more has bpen heard in connection, with t]io'Br'eolong black's/ Sandehian has rothrned to Sydney; with the bloodhounds/ ?-'vAllHracus' of the .blacks have been lost. . The.polico admit that they are completely baffled. _ A successful ? smoko concert . wqts\ given to the Naval. Contingent last night. The men embark, to-day. It is now definitely stated that Liout. Gillespie will lelioyo Lieut. Hixon on their arrival at Hong Kong. At the Homebush stock: sales, sheep wore easier, but cattle showed 10s. to. 15s. advance. Best beef is bringing as much as 25/6 per 1001b. ? ? ? - Three cases of plague' were reported at Townsville yesterday; .'''-„ Shearers at Mangilbundi have gone on strike, in support of therouse abouts' demand for increased pay.- ? ; The first, acceptances for, the- -Mol-v bourno Gu...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

JProin;the Front. The following .-lettprs havo boon'-ro*-, ceived by Mrsi 'Noah', Smith,, -ot'. Adelong^fi'ijm': her son, Troopel'SN. / Smith j who- wont-to South Africa with the- Bushivjen's i Contingent :— 1 'ort Elizabeth',. Jii'no 19,. 1900. — I .enliatod foiv]}rabnut:'ij Horsd, as. I think;l told, yo.uj for tUorcs waa nothing doing. I got through tho riding test yesterday iuid passed oasily, and was sworn in -ibis1 morning ; so that I am an Imperial soldier- now. It is bottor than the Bushman's Contingent. AVe get -7s 6d a-day in .camp and 5s a day on active, .service, clear lnp.noy. '-l-'h.o reason it is 5s a-day on sorvico is that 2s Gd a day is dcduCtod for rations for our horso.. Moreover, .wo got a.bouuty^; of £5 when we get our dischargo, and .tho 'South . African modal ', also. We signed -an for any-poriod that our - ?sersdees^might bo 'required, .not' ex ceeding tW!3;3'oars ; ? so that thoy can disbancl-.\w:whqn thoy like. Wo will be going up to tho front to-morrow. ?Th...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. LONDON. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

THE TROUBLE IN CHINA.' - London, August 4.~ - Li Hung Chang has assured the Consults that the foreign Ministers at Peking -will be placed -irt coin munication with -their - respective Governments if the -advance' of ':the Allies is postponed. The Chinese Ambassadors to the Powers have cabled to their Goyern inent demanding that the. diplomatists in Peking shall be aiuthorised'tb. com municate with their 'Governments ; also, that they shall 'be.'escorted'wilh their families and their , stafrs.'.to Tientsin. :'~ .'?? ' !' In Committee of Supply ;- in the' House of Commons last night, Mr. St. John Brodrick (the Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs) van--, nounced the state of the' 'position- 'with- regard to China; ''?'''' Mr. Brodrick was cheered when-ho announced that their was unity, among the Powers with a view of relieving the Legations and establishing' in China tne supremacy of the Wesiern world. ?\-\ :,''''' . V Great Britain, he said', would co operate with the Viceroys...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

PS* A NEW. 'BUTCHERY! MORE G00i- NEWS. lvE/LTJ-PFv;(fc,.GO.. : TO TB.B FRONT! . s ; , : Tj^ LUFF & GO; wish /tojopnyey to the Public Jhat , thoy.hayp openod a Now Butohory at ' ' ? SHEPARDSTOWN, . and trust to rocoivo a fair sliaro of thoir patronage. The Very Best of Meats and Small Goods will be Supplied. Could I but writo as poets do, I'd write on and never stop, In telling you of all tho good things That are in E. Luff and Co.'s shop. Just givo a call (you'ro wolcoriio nil), And seo what is in store — Bcof and mutton, small goods and poik, At low prices unknown bofoit e. lufF& ,0o.;, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, CASH BU.YEP.S OF HIDES,' SllEEi1 SKINS, AND TALLOW J. E A FLOUAUCE, SOLICITOR, Has Commenced Practice in ADELONG. \ ? ' Office : 8®' Next to ? Mrs. Th ornton's, Tumut-street. Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. WM. ROCHE, in notifying to the Public o Adelong that he is still carrying on business in the butchering line, further inti mates that he purchases nothin...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home and Foreign. LONDON, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

'Home and Foreign. , London,- AuRusfr'4'.-'- - When the Shah of Persia,. now on ' a visit to Europe, was 'jabout rto start from a, railway station, a man, who is believed to be insane, rushed to tho carriage brandishing a stick, and shouting, ' Long live the children of. thopoor.' -.-... .;^'j. ,;.i ; ' . The man was arrested. ?'. He ? ha'd- a revolver. .... ??.-?('.:?.»-,,.??'..':?;,.,;?. ?;,;;'? : ? ???; ' ?-??????? ' '?'??'?? ? Later. ? ? J The assailant ' of tfafe! Shah', was.a native of- the South of France, or an Italian. . ? . ? He pointed the rov.dlver at the Shahi but the weapon was seized by . the Grand Vizier. - . The police and a .cyclist seized . the assailant. ,'? .-:??- '??- ? -. '' ??''? -'. An accomplice, who was seen urg-^ ing the accused on,- decamped when' the assailant was arrested. '/. . ';._ A letter which was- received from Naples warned, the. Shah- of the attempt which was to be made qnjhis life. The police are unable 1'6 identify. the Shah's assailant. ' : ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

L:;:(^^EiiAL. ?jGrd-iVularidisaloKaroi-to be held at Tvimbafumba on October 8, ; anil The ?Rock the preceding daiy.. '- ???????? ? ? Aroitiitl Trtinb'aruinba foxes are be coming numerous) : arid also increasing rathor rapidly. : (The- sum of £ 274 is the amount slxb spribed in aid of the'sufferers by the. fndian famine at Wa'gga. Don't be bluffed liy tfavellers, but leave youv orders with Jackson, the Local Tailor, :opp.' Merryfiill's:* !1 '?? ? ? ? A military tourtianient in Adeiong is mooted amongst the local members , of th.e' Guiidagai .troop of the lsfc: Australian Horse.- ( At Tumut tp-morrow a large land' sale is to take, jlace in the parish of Brungle, the upset prices being fixed at--lrom'£4 to Mlti an'acre.. ;--. ?-' In the Legislative Assembly last week the Minister for Works (Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan) moved, and it was carried, that the Gundagai-Tumut       Railway, be proceeded with at an early date.     &...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 7 August 1900

A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XV.— CONTINUED. ' A .Mr. Grey,' said the clerk, care lessly. ' Will see the other rooms, madam ?' 'i.Grey I' she repeated, not heeding his last words. ' Let me see — Grey, The Glen ! I remember to have read about them. Mr. Grey was mur dered?' ' Yes, madam ; but not here. It was at his office in the City.' ' Yes, yes, I recall it. And the murderer has not been discovered ? There was a daughter, or niece, who died. Why has the house stood empty so long ?' 'Well,' said the clerk, 'Mr. Grey was very stingy. He got the place for a low rent, as it was in bad repair, and after ths murder there was a prejudice against the house. So the owner hasn't taken much trouble about it.' ' Je comprends. It wa3 a very strange auurder, was it not ? There was a dumb woman ? ' 'I She only came to the house to work,' the clerk replied. ' Old Grey got her cheap, because she was dumb. She had nothing to do with the murder.' ' I daresay,' Mademoiselle Caserta said, smiling, ' that, de...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

^^''.qRlGKEt^ [T. /Harris has been:dis£Malifiel3'pyer the;'; - ??, BumboAylee^pruflglei ? ; cricket seatidal;''and'the tropTiy* which should have gone to him for the highest batT, ting-'aveirage','i'ior' thS:'last season' has in consequence of the disqualification,., fallen to/Mr.' A...Miller, the nexthigli'-_ est.';'Thetrophv'is presented by .^tr.' J.- Nute,r J.P., and is valued at ..three'. guineas.^. ?~Aur.^-~\-: ???^r~,.^-r ~;1t':'V:C.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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SPORTING. JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

:;.f SPORTING-.^; -' — ?;-? -^-+ ? tlf' ' JOTTINGS. : ?'??;?, Eaclcstraw was drawn out of ? the'/ Caulh'eld Grand National Steq]5lef :chase owing- to his going wrpng/vs -vV;' -Mr. W. D. Pi O'Brien's High, Wine si?- figuring amongst '.those'.on'the'tiiaeb-1 ?iit: -RahdWick i'n;t,6e''nTOrhings. ' The' jhorse is reported to ,be doingi.gdolj work. ??.-,.: . ,?.-?-''; --' ?V'j'Percy- Woods' has,-oh behalf. of Mr. E. Eyles, taken 'charge of the jjurdlB mare La Belle, which has been under/, lease to -J. and H. Grey, whose tei-m 'of possession. ; has expired. It'i? probable that lia Bello will be: taken', to Victoria for- preparation for some, of the. larger meetings in that colony. -. :; W. H. Powell's for Choice and Season ablo Fruii.* ? ' ? ? Eedeemer, the Caulfield .Grand National Hurdle Eace-winner,. . was bred on the Upper Murray, 'the , home of many a good, horse of bygone, days, : and tq Mr. Kerry Pierce, i of Greg Gred, belongs the honpur ( of' breeding him.1 He 'is by that suc ces...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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YARNS AND YARNLETS. FOR THE "EXPRESS." No. HI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

YAENBANFYARNLETS. FOR THE'EXPEESS.' (B* 'The Wanderer/') ' ''-,'' No. nil' ''; Hi! .hi;-! :hi JiAf;Hprp/.-3p^aiie/.agai,n.i-l; 'Sciise'.mo^^i^aderstv./rWe'yoijust.'K'afl a circus in town^'arid/my^mihdH'ecu'VS to tho time when I had' to stand in the crlaro of the ; fbotliHhtS'niKhtlv.rtb' eai-n three meals' ajday and ?a^bedVKH-here*; fore the clown's': aiicienti' in trbductory1 salutation to his audience rings in my imaginary ear not vinpleasantly, and the words seem .applicable as introduc tory, .to the third ..edition ??_ of .'*! yarn's and yarnlets ' ? which' I have culled from memory's stose, as the result of a somewhat varied -- and. -migratory colonial life. Whateverrifaults may be found in my stories in the lighter vein, none havo appeared in print pre viously, and my trifles will; thorpforo' not have a ' chestnutty' flavour. In choosing my yarns, I have selected, a few-which: had 'for :'ttieatr-e localities' more or less adjacent to Adelong, and certain ?incidents; .will/- no...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Letter from the front. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

;'-;Letter pUpxa. tlie- ^pntii \ -. ?'. ^¥^1,^:^H9H^fr»H reGeivectj'ii :iettbr '; :i'ronvhis i'sph^3Ji;dQpbv;HyK;._Moeohami' v;. headed' Hospital Wyiiburg;; 18th i Jxineji ;i4900,arid 'as oUl-youns:;.!?oidier.is:iex. : 6. i)soted ?to'flimvo' in ^TunVu't'ab' ouli . Wed (^e^day , next, :clipping^Vf^nir''his last ?'?'?i}?H?|;-'-™»y. l^owrinte'vbstirig, ; ilh: ;;:Svriting ;.{p.; his^fathbrijhe'' ;;says r ''{L u1te^'teen:F»tting'_offi\vritiri'|riit;:-hppe'; ?/-i'prjletting'3-oii-'lrn9wjorl';cyr|ti)-n'.-iil;nm': going back -to Ausfrah.aprtp-Englaud.: ,.4pu will-Eee:by thoraboye address that: ^I-nnift in^GnpeJt'p'wnajigaihvv'I left , : Blpyi)fGn'(oin'pn.-thei2(h,. and reached ;. herei.,pji ':t.jje.v;l:Qt!u^'.^p.:: Jiayerbf eii :;;,p,ropi2r]y\h'unjbuggefL of jatp.'UViiils't . ;,(it .Blbcmfoiitein slJospilnii/ the p.M. ??;tc(Bcei\.inEpecte;d;t'hG.-ij5'prfl|-'pnd'/'tppJ{; ?:',iTheK's limT.-my rrianie: '?_f.or:::J3jVginnt|.': . ...Well,.. Iheip ...wns]i.,Ecmo.;,c|e.]ay -..jiu Lilip'. ';'.: trn...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

(DIEECTLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) ADELONG. J. A. PERKINS ? Propr ?r. F announcing to the public that he is still tho host of this popular hostelry, tho Proprietor intimates that unabating energy is exorcised to maintain the hitherto recognised standard with. which tho establishment is conducted. Visitors from all parts receive a hearty welcome, and theii1 comfort and con venience is at all times studied. Our- Liquors will be found to be of the Very Best Quality. THE STABLING ACCOMMODATION IS EXCELLENT. Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Saloon,. TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. ? -:o: ? Tobaccos (popular brands), Pipes, and all Smokers' -;^ Requisites ? AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION. THE BOmL HOTEL, ADE1X-NG, Dne oi the largest, best kept, and most favoured hos telries in the Southern Districts. H.W.Wilkinson, Proprietor. 'Unequalled for Comfort and Civility. v. FIRST-CLASS WINES, BEERS, AND SPIRITS RETAILED. Spacious and Well-drained' Stable Premises.11 ? Attenlivo and - . Obliging i Ostlers. ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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