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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

'. '' POLICE COURT. ? ',At tho Polico Couit qn Monday, bo foio Messis iBlarid Clryton and 'W. J. Sholloy and Di . H. AY, Mason, J.'sP , Thomas Musgia^o was ancstod,by -nnnanti issued bv W. D. P. O'Buen on Sttiuday night Jast, chaiging him with that ho did obtain S15 loan on the hoiso Boomeiang fiom AV. D. P. O'Buon. , Mr. N. Emanuel foi Mi . OB ion ; Mi, Tftylor_for.acon&ed. Mi Tayloi applied foi bail on tho giounds that the accused was well known, had boon lrwng in Tnniut foi foui months, and, knowing tho mattoi was pending foi th6 last tlneo months, could hn\ o oleaicd out to any pait of tho oonnti- , and Uiat theio was two icspactable poisons in, town willing to go security foi his lo-appe.uauco when! oallftd,o»,, (u _, , , , Mr.3 Emimuol opposed the applica tion, on tho gioinrfl that tho polico ob jected. The Bench i,etiicd, and in about 15 minutes, lo-eufcoied tho comfc, 10 fused bail and imnanded tho accused till Fuday August ,10i

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMBARUMBA. A POLICE RIDDEN COMMUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

TUMBARUMBA. A POLICEvBICDEN COMMUNITY ' Let well alone ' and ' ono uctei know s when he' is well off ' aio two tute phiases which m then1 bLoaclest sense may^ cptly . be applied to tho people of,.-Tuinbiunmb!i. Eov many ycais they lrt^ft ill a peaceable, state , tho officials, the jpohco and civilians each and all J-he\v tbon; plaoe, and time passed, happily on. Tho ubi quitous pohqeuiihn fiist eieaied a stir and constemation in the 'appy 'omo, and tho lesidente then began to con sider that thoy, -\\eie not being tioated with tho lespecf duo £o the 1p^ and themsolves. In tho couise of turo a change ^vasconsideied dosnablo , but, let me whispoi just hoio, 'chaugos aio not always advantageous.' And so it proved with tho Tumboinmba folk. Thoy found, now much to tlion sonow, that they cast oft tho b uk of the dog for the 'stealth} tieaeheious ness of the tiger, and to day In e unclor a state n of police peis2cution boideiing on tlio days of the Inqui sition. Had w? nofc actually boon an...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Divine Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

-Divine Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12. CIIUBCTI oFttNGLAND. Adolong — -il aim/ (JI C ) and 7 --0 p m &hcpai,(lstowi) - J l) in i i ~ ' , , , , , E J foPENCEB

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

,-LAWl* TENHIS. -^ .:^Atj:th9'^riu^jionma|iienf'iqf the, Wa'ggaTehnis Club^held :da- Saturday, ; and Monday last, Adelong! was-repte1? sented by Miss G. Curtis andvMess:rs.*' A. Curtis' and' E..;Eyles,.,]ur.,.wh'o. mofle 'a'' good; /stand iin ,the yatidus,' ey^ntsr;-'agw^st-^:play'era^'fiNi!m.';.inanyi parts of ;_ jl^e, ^Southern' districts.'' :0/\Yiu.'g to pfessure pn our spaeev;we arenriablertb^publishthe scores this issue. ' *? ! .^ ' -.- '? The following, .will^ play, for Aclelong ; against r: ITumut :- '''fa|'''i- Titmut;.i:.to-'. morrow';— 1Dr.-;- -Watson, ?Messrs ;?? W; W. Webb, J.' E. A,. Floraiiee,, L'v' M'DorialdjrA-,- (^.viDiclnnso'n i and' Alf . Curtis. ;, '? IPS' A NEW BUT(3HEB,Y I ' ' MORE hCm NEwfc ^ ''Ev-OiPW & CO. ,. ;? -? .-TO- THE FKONT! ? ^l^- -'?' ti'UWP' o^^Bo^'^i^f^'to convey' to tho Public that they have opened a New 'B!i(ch'ery,'af'/r-:.; , .»i'l- ,, : ;' -SHEliARDSTO'WN, : HvHi;. trust to ,'rccciyo.u fair share of their, spa'tv.b'nagc. -..',-. : .-....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelong Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

. ^ ~Adelong Jockey Club. A GiNLitAL meeting of membcis of the Adelong Jockey Club was held at Tattoisall's (Poikins'^notol,) on Tues day anght. -Tho'Piosidont (Mr.- G. Passlow') occumect tho chan, and the following niombcis weio pLesenl '-1-1 ?Mossl's. C. A. Phillips, S. J TLowoek, JC. JP 'Aiiagon, F. W. ' Palmoe, '$1 Bosnaia,'R'W. Piowsc, C. Puidoll, E. McCook,\A. E. Mouyfull, J. Ot'eig, J. Kihnaifcm, W Rocho, G Kconan', J. Rocho, and C. W. lleogling (secty ) Minutes of tho last goueial meeting weio lead and confiimed. The copy^of Tiimut Tuif Club mles icceived fiom tho Secietaiy (Mi. M McNamaia) was placed on tho table, and tho,Piesidont mentioned that thoy had met principally with tho object of considoiing thom, with a view to iiheif adoption a& thoy stood, ol w lth amond mont, no mles being in foico with tho club. - , Mi. McCook was of the opinion |hat lt would be ailMsable to' appoint a sub committeo to diaw'iiip.a code of mles, which should bepiintoda'nd oiiculatotl a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GUN. ADELONG GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

' tm&E Gvm': ??? ADELONG. GUN^GLUB; ? : ,i.-.'iTho '- initial-pigeon ' rnatch, to'_ 'dpeiii the season , of the recently-fprnied,' Adelong Gun.Club, took place yesfcer-' day. , . Thj.13gort.is.heldL0v.er.: -;-.m ?;,!.:

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

1 'GOiNBfelVLV Adeloiig and TJitmut are shoitly to ha^ e a visit fiom two Cabinet Mims teis Snow has been falling between Tumbaiumba and Adelong dining tho last week, i Don't be bluffed by tnueHois, but Jqive joui oidcis w lth JackEiOn, the Local Tailoi, opp Menyiull's * |( We undcistand that theio it. likeli hood of a holiday being gianted to all hands at tho mines on tho date of the benefit sports and conceit to be tendered the Kenny family. Tho Electoral .Commissioners havo adopted native nomenclature for tho electorates of the IIouso of Hopie sentativos under Federal Government. Diplheriah As 'broken out at Wagga. 'Theio aie'fo'ur'eaSes in 'one family and one' patient has (lied, Theio is but ond plnee in Adelong whero you can get fresh 1'iiili — Po\wu,'s. Eesidential lo^se No. '164, applied 'for by EdwardsSkerry, and situated at .Grahamstown, has been granted for 15 years at an nriniuil rental of J22 7s 6d. ?*'.(' Mrs. Mabel Allen, stawartlo&s of tho iPrinco of AVales.,C...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XV.I—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XV.I— CONTINUED. ' Yos ; but so many are pretty 1 and she's not showy. Now, that Miss t)er.val would make a splendid match. ' What; a bsautiEul fuce she has! But too much brains for most of you men. Yon don't like a wife who makes you take a back seat.' Linwood returned to Ruby with the information he had obtained. She nodded. 'Oh! I daresay the girl will marry very decently,' she said. 'Those ingenues have a knack of getting on. Shall we stroll a bit ? ' Three days later, attired in one of her smartest toilets, the widow alighted at the door of Sir Robert Erie's house, in Cromwell Road, and passed up to the drawing-room, where a solemn company was assembling to hear Basil Erie, a returned missionary, and a converted Chinaman — both the latter in Chinese costume, pigtail and all — discourse on China missions. Linwood was not here. True td his word he had betaken himself elsewhere, but Basil received Ruby with soriio empressement. ' I didn't expect you to-day,'...

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

THE BEST MEDICINE EOR KHEUMA, !';!.'''/;-- . ,r-v^lsU---:%: '?' ?? ? '; : !'I tUlnk I would go crazy with pain were U not for Chamberlain's Pain Bajni,' writes MieW;- Hr Sta^pletohV-Hofmime; Pa. ' I' hayo .been afllicted wiilialieuinatism for' sev eral Ty ears andUiavo 'tried remedies without nwmbeiybut Psiin'^alni is the best medicine I'liavo got hold of.'' 'One application relieves, tho pain. For sale by Messrs. Ormistoii and Onniston, Tumut, an.d Mr. Fred B. Witt, Adolong, .-:??' ? ' . When aro you going to try Jackson for: &' Tiprtop Suit?t. ?! - -. ./;..!:-, ... ': ;- .FOR TI^E^BABIES...,-;;! (. .'-.yl-'a. ' , Therejs'no better riiodJcino fojitiip.Wbies. thKrj.'.Cliamboiaain'd . Couglr.'.lieiii^dy:,.. .Jts pleasant ;ta£te and prompt and oll'eQtwftl;eures. n\ake'.'it. '.a faVoi-ito with mothers arid small childr,en-..v,Itquiokly- euros their coughs and coldji, proVenfipg pneumonia or other serious cijnsequijnces.' It 'also cures eroijp,. aml.has: beeii'.used in tens of t...

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

For SweelB, Biscuits, Home-made Jams ??josh Ekks. &c, no ta Powell's (next Odd' fellows' Hull, Adelotig).*

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Backblock Dude and the Bull. AN ORIGINAL NARRATIVE. FOR THE " EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

The' Backblock Dude and the Bull. AN ORIGINAL NARRATIVE. FOR THE 'EXPRESS.' . (By ' The Wanderer.') Anyone who has dono much back block travelling must have noticed that among tho employees of every station (hero is one man who is a croat deal ' flasher'1 than the rest, and against whom, the up-to-date dude pxles into insignificance. There is no ilaslmess anywhoro equal to bush flash nes?. (Tho word flash and its correla tive is hero used because it is, in thr bush as in backblocks, generally the term which is applied to a conceited pe-scn — a fop, in fact. The word is, of course, in the polite vernacular, a vulgarism except when applied to the horse.) I happened to strike one speci man of bush foppery, on a large station on the Macintyre, no great distance from Goondibindi ; and what befol him through his ilashness will be for over imprinted within tho colls of my brain. He was known all about that dis trict as ' Flash Dick,' and his ' get up ' was marvellous. The white moles he wo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kenny Memorial. CONCERT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

Kenny Memorial. CONCERT COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Concert Commit tee formed to undertake the carrying out of tho evening's entertainment in connection with the Kenny Benefit pioceedmgs was held at Peikms' Hotel last 'Wednesday nght, Mr F. W. Palmei being in tho chair The hon. secietaiy (Mr. A. Miller) re ported that many offers s had been re ceived from vocalists and instru   mentalists to give their aid towards the concert. It was announced that Mr. Bailey, electrician at the Jennings Mine, had proffered his help in regaid to selecting and staging a f.ii ce at the termination of the concert, and this ofter was thankfully accepted Mr. Bailey has had considerable expenence in stagecraft, and fiom all accounts, is likely to prove thoroughly capable m prouding half an half an hour's amuse ment on the night of the concert. Mr. J. W. Kilner, who had been chosen as stage manager reported that Mrs.   Cussan had kindly offered the use of both piano and hall for a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding. CROWE—QUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 10 August 1900

Wedding.   CROWE— QUILTY. The marriage of Mr. Henry Crowe, eighth   son of the late Mr. James Crowe, J.P., of Gobarralong, Coolac, with Miss Maggie Quilty, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Thos. Quilty, of Windowie, took place at the resi- dence of the bride on Wednesday last, 10th inst. The ceromony was performed by the   Rev. Fr.O'Dwyer, P.P. of Tumut. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. P. Quilty, looked very well in a pretty, simple   dress of white Indian lawn, trimmed with maltese lace and chiffon ; wreath of orange blossoms, and long tulle veil. She wore a handsome gold brooch, set with diamonds and rubies, and carried a lovely shower     bouquet of choice white flowers (the gifts of   the bridegroom). She was attended by her youngest sister (Miss Katie Quilty), who wore a becoming dress of cream pongee muslin,   trimmed with guipure insertion; leghorn &amp...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Sport and Drama. FOOTBALL Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

Sydney Sport and Drama* ? (By ' Wideawake. ')'? FOOTBALL. Sydney, Saturday. Noiith Sydney' and Glebe teams mot at th.e Agricultural Ground for their badge, contest, which had been looked forward to eagerly by the public. ?There'was a splendid attendance of some 7000 spectators, and the weather was good. Although Glebe had the advantage of a strong wind in the initial. spell they were unable to score more than 4 points — a very fine goal by Joyce— to nil. This score was equalised early in the second half by Kelly dropping a goal. Intense ex citement now reigned, and play was? fast and furious. Not ' long after: Glebe scored. Glebe 7, North Sydney 4. Both sides worked liko Trojans to; add to their -points, but all to no purpose. The game was a - fine one. The Glebe forwards played very soundly, both in the pack and in the loose. North Sydney were very un fortunato in losing the services of their ' champion thres-quarter, C. White; nearly in the secone spell. He .fiad'. the bad luck to...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

AMMAN'S VOIOE, CHAPTER XVI.— CONTINUED. ' Avon't they freaks ?' said Lssmoro, laughing too ; ' but you have made a conquest of Basil Eric, Miss Devval.' ' Hnvc !?? Toll mo I have made a conquest of a snake, Mr.- Lesmore. Basil'tevle:; would be quito as attrac tive to'iiio. I musn't go again, or he will want to present a 'converted nigger to me. Can I drop you at your chambers ?' 1 ? Won't.you let me escort you the ?whole' way?' '?To the wilds of Bloomsbury? Why should I take you out of your way?' :?-'? ' But it would make me happier ?' ' Oh ! In- that case I must yield, and thank you, too,' for your pleasant company.' . ' . So Lesmore had .a little bit more of ' seventh heaven.1 ' I shall see you on Tuesday,', the girl said, as they shook hands at the door, ' so au revoir.' ?' And Bert Lesmore felt very dull as he drove homewards. . .. 'I wonder if ho will bring Es mond,' .Valeric said to herself when alone. ''Oh, I hope he will— I hope he will.' ..!.'' And again the soft colour cam...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

(HER-E'iS A CHANGE-TO DOi SOME0NE;A :. .1.-.,' -?-. ..KINDNESS.. , ., :-.:,::,. ' It the :fcaclor,oJ.;this slipuld.chaiMo to know. of-hn.y:orie wrip.i'i sqbjoc' tg;vttacks of biliuiis cplic.he.cnh dp,jliijn,n.p;f;r^(itor,favflji)'',tl.wn.-to!, tejlllnm ;o( Chrfrn'berlain's Colid, Cfiolern, and Diari-ljcEfti Heriiedy. If-'alivaj's gives' prompt' relief-.:VFor Sale by MessiiSi .Ormfstbh-rind; 'Ohnistohj luiautf n-rid'-'Mr.'Frod -B-rAVitti A'tfolbng.' : ':_ ' ......'..„. -... .-:'???-''?: .''Z'^'fit: '-IP ::-V ?./a.-''.';'!:-1'''V.}* ?..,'.': h.--.v/ ;.-^isftol(s.;t0.''j'i';'']:;;!;! ' WTi'erq ypii yrjli receive' a., ljearty,,wel-1 ,Tit;...cdine'iin,d yqu,r cpm^ir.t.nincl^con . ?; ; :? :, ^yeniBneo' -.iwill'- 'he ? --gpeoiaillyJi'-at-* J-^: te^dedi!67' '''';':'V:^^-';i-'v^ )7'.»;/?f.'''*wv'i'lpS^.?/t;^.p.'f?0v i ?ij-ymf;r ??'?:'-' yrv.;.;i;-.-.?i^5r(-t-»°:; ^ ^'a^^Q^^MBAR^J^.A''',;', !tbi^L:''j|MM§::'» MmB®& 5%. E;' JONES^-ito^M6foiC.!i; H''' A'VfN..G:- taken'over (he abefve- i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

GENpSSr ,.v-Th&:fH'3^jbf,ua'sJ3iief.ofSy'a^by'^ 4n^tJ articles -^.'^qui^.-^ps.pqn^nt',' ;,!' ^lid^aWake,'' pppejirf'in^ai^iitb?r.; jqplvww., Vai'ious'. bmnohpsTOf ?'spppf ana tnp clrarrta|VafT.o.Icjeaj.i; ? TTitJij by , tiie; wrj{pj,J,who.1s'!on)3l'6,i.!1;beil)fis't1.;antnp&.; itip^-lin Ausln\J;a .'on ??^uc.t'|{bpii'c^to.j!1,..l;,l, ;;Aii' accidentv luokiljriunaMorMed-iby ?serSOfls'festilts^hapnon^l.atfRQffeJiffG'is' ?shSf),-.Gibrait^r^finb)':je^terday.:6H'j3n-'i i'n'g-.1 It appears- ;th ni at-the cliange ioi -? sbTifCs^f^p.inJvtEi'IaUwsonfnwthc^hifisjji 'w^s/^stfendmgfthd-Miaws-.'tq'lli^tJQ&i lfb.'^iily.M^oi!8'wero.'coining':.i^,.'aiid^ 'tc)i1all6W'th^)ni to;pass\ -Lawoon,'!mov.e]di tbwSrfIs;.the=shafij-dgwn-TW'hScli!aloa'ge,' w!i fch- f oviir men in, ; ivjiis igomg'.lOiK lip/ ; p'd tira that '.ihe.- ioivor.-.-paut; of 'li(i.viyp)i'& bQ(iy,vwi|is.' V-m.-i 'thpi*rQtuJ!'bi.'iitlifl'J'x'ago*; whieii' i?ekted:bri! hhn, 'butjwts f ai'f«.8:qari;' be'Ws'ee'...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

THE BEST/MEDiQIJJE FflR BHEUMA^' -i\, ;,.. .?:?.:;.;?.?;, ^^til ..ini.il.'O ?;:?, '^( :-;.l.J.!Iithink.I;^y6uJdlgp\:or:n.^^5flAjgai(v-.cji.si!qi if not 'lot. Chahiboj'iam's'Ffliu- Buljh.yfWi'ites. ^'?W/'Hi ;^tof^efinih^,'¥a. ''ff' HfiJvJ'lieBftafflJ&ted'U^ rh'euirMlftti fot'-Be^1 ^j-nhij-eirrg-hnd ha%-« .triciV.rejnodies witlsfitt; f(iimbei;v,bu't ]Pain'BaIm'-:i8ik«-best'medieine. iy.iayo-gpt hold of.' -Oho'.'ii'pp'lfciliipn relievos tnd'jain. .roi^P|\le b'J'JJfe»(;rs.^Orin|st-Sa-j(-n(f- Grmiston, 'Tuiiiut, and Mr'. Fred BiWitt, Adslong;!!'!' . ;'.',i.',:.i'i;if.-J'; .;-.:. ,-|;y.:-..:.'; , '. ?? -} ??

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The "Little Scheme" That Failed. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

The ' Little ^dheme' Tbat .. ,1- Palled^ v- ' .(-To'thpvBditor.j . Sir — I am now' Writing my first letter to 'a newspaper. ' I feel I must com pliment you about being. so outspoken in your paper upon what your writer under the heading of ' OUa Podrida ' terms a ' nice little scheme.' Who ever he is, the Expbess man got home right, and. he! appears to; have the measure of some of the promoters. I may tell him— but perhaps he knows, too— that he frightened one party so that the affair was dropped at once. I am sorry for;thai If the scheme had come tp a head, 'it would have raised such a hullaba'lloo that one man at ?the bottom. of it'^vould- have been- in pickle himself.' ' lI hear . again that there is talk of an agitation for the purpose of letting some people be come aware of certain things. . I had Best ' stop now. I. ain't much at writing,- arid f I might say the wrong. thing,.butj anyhow, I think j'ou ? can :check.me. ? $tyw.ord,:I.dQ.like to see ?plain talk, lilro.yoti Vgive u...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

TOT'N'TitL^: (By 'Echo.') That, the Expkess man ha,d oho more '''atf-biit ' chance' ;'?df.!-Be'c'oSih^/.ary ex-press man over thatrmud lark at !Tuni6arinnba,.;ap.(V that because the, .,b.ugg-f was idyWtifffW-fro #&&*& ;iq.(PaJm^r off as tho .iitaiWQjitfie 'whole causq, arid nothing__but-thc. ''caii^fe. '''J'loi ' .-uifii iV,-;;;{;iio')?ib.if.:)rinrf) '?' Tnai!!h|i -vas,., no,.',',fqw^ ',photajvb^v ??proviaed':;'6ur g/gjepn. piQ^^an^' yin future our coin will lie' on T— -i-y. - 1 That' too' ina'ny_ 'joqeie.. w^nt out to ' ' see a-nianabo'ii'tr'Si d6gwftP'1;nfe Ball' the-!othornight, fflid'kkj1?cd-up'4i dust' ??wheti they iretiirncdj aa w.result.- -?-;.:' '-. ;,; Tiiat'' ?-Broth'oi;-i''!r.i4iiiut!;.!'i'''foll.in ''? .Ti'iidly' py6r thD^ftlleged-.'iin jnemQ,rjiiim 's'erm'qn;1 b'n-: the iP,uke-,;pf Edjnbugjx,. andffia't'fh'e has-a'-goQcl iinagiijatibnHb ?'weaYe1a.'^VbblJ,vi,ut.i8.r!npt(.,8pi,g^o^:a di'-Sjeiicer of .reliable ne'iy.s.),,'il,., , ;... , ^M,;^hat;..i...

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