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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. Tattcrsall's. Billiard Tournament was won by Mr. P..Bourko (received 95). He boat'Mr. W'. Lyons (owed 60) in the final by 52 poiuts. ? Stanley Rowley, our representative sprinter in England, won his heat in the 100 yards championship of Great Britain. In the final, however, he could do no better than run fourth, three Americans being in front of him, in fact there were only Americans and himself in tho final.

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

'TUMBARUIttfiAl^ ' (By. .' GEEnuNo.'V The- 'football match botweOli' ''fWso'- : AKocd ajid.3Burra;playe;p raa.its furious J ipur's1; coiirse ^oij'.^ativraa^'^piyBning.^, , la$t, on .the Recreation I^fis^ry]o| :Herb,' _'' ari-d ended' iu another -n^in ''tor' Burra, '' 'bnitking tliroe ..wips.for.ihoni.ivp,- to.,. . »-l«to,-;' three '.-b^jng ,tho.,.;.numb'6r'.6f .' mafohes- lopntes'ted.-: ^^nnp?'.:hp,ar-L|u-'\|'l'. that . Epspwood -,\yas ,,tb ft-e ai^ed !('bjr'i' ' someof Hmniilftls^oocVpHVyorSy^Coi],- , .sequent on this, Burra.Ay(i,sijJ6'-dyerr ., sanguine of sucaoss at, thia outset ; but they set to work mighty hard.; and so did Roso'wood, and a ' willin1 go ' it ; was. Burra was victoriou's'by thteo ' points to Rosewood's nil.o'The'^ormpi; . gained two for the first' half, '''and' iiho' ? othop one v- just before [.-time, w.as.up.... E.. Burns .captained'B'urrhrahtl'^. Mbtt-'1- llosowood,-' and;;-I).,,.5pttp):,.,:j\in,pired.' ,THg assisiarico.-.,.pf' four 'iopal,;;player3,, : wo'rp...

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

BOXING. Peter Jackson is suffering from an acute attack of sciatica, but his friends hope to see him about again in the course of a few weeks. Such, a poor attendance greeted Bill Doherty (champion heavy-weight of Australia) and Mick Dooley. at the Metropolitan AtlileticHall that it was ,deemed advisable to postpone ?? the1 event. Wliori it is considered that the 'men woro to box for tho championship, and that everyono in Sportdoui know tho event was on the cards, it must have been somewhat of a shock to the principals to' soo' so few people in the hall. Certainly the prices were high — £1, 10s, and 5s — and this may have been tho trouble.. Tho old war-horse, Mick Dooley, looks well, and though ho defeated Doherty recently in Wostralia, it is not at all likely that tho tables will bo turned this tiino. According to the American news paper roports of tho battle, botwoon Sharkoy and Ruhlin, the latter had the big-muscled sailor in difficulties from tho start, and eventually knocked hi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. THE JENNINGS MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

MININ0;';1 'THEtJBMNINGS'MINK' .Ojt FridayJ^iit seVSrijl ^ihe'Jenriiirgs' Gold Sluicing Company 's^lJirectprs visited' the minp''tirej^lw|^~6d'^E5* Adelong Creek.- The i' directors xiriid&hb' ,we.p ..Messrs.,. T-, ?Stnjitl^.^hninafjh-)1f ?Ja's. '' Ingli's,' '^S/'-'Jeffenes', Dr. McDonough, and one other Director, :flhd Mr; R;- Kirk (secretary to the coy.)' ?Mrt FerguscJny special mining 're- porter; for; 'thGi-'ii'i^iyd«eyI,,'M6^riih'g' Herald,' also accompanied the party. A keen inspection of 'th.G mine and' ^machinoryc^ wns made ori.,Fi?i-luiy ?evening and'Saturday moniing',' atifl-' the: auriferpiis' gravel tested.'' The J)ir&tprs spfiak- ipKliigh/torms-'of'jt&B^ manner in' which'the working of the 'lnine- is -'-beirfg ; cond«ctdd''by1 : the 'mariager (Mr; '&;}'$:'? ;iWillfain'sJ|f ahd: Mey;s^b,ined'Mory-n:(ucl^''yiVtislietl^fith'r! 'iW an file ' ? itsel'fi xkiti&v ihYpWsMW ?w jjft: the', good prQgKesfVtli^t ihiisilieeflVnladeV1 ;c6nsidei'i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelong Children's Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 14 August 1900

Adelong'.Children's Pair. Preparations aro well advanced for the Adblong 'Children's Faii'j which is to be held in Mrs. Cassi.n's Hall on the- 29th and 80th .September. ' Wo have already seen many excellent specimens of needlework- executed by nimble and clever juvenile fingers, under, the able supervision of Mrs. J. J. Vivian,,; wife .of the headmaster of fhe Adelong Public School. There are tb! Ibe. worii at .tho Fair many unique (. and original costumes by young .lady-,, attendants.- One dress in particular was . extremely pleasing to our critical eyes. It consists of ? ? But perhaps 'it were better not to an ticipate, by .divulging this great secret. However, we. feel certain onlookers, when the costumo not named is soon, will, ?ejaculate— 'Oh, ray!.. How preUy.'. .'/Anyexcellent fnbric, and such good print,' etc.

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

THE THEATRES. The 'Rose of Persia' is still running strongly at Her Majesty's. Mr. Geo. Lauri is immensely funny, and good work is also done hy Misses Winston Weir, Carrie Mooro, Dorothy- Vane, and Messrs. Kenningham (who is always tip-top), Brownlow, .and Bathurst. ? ; . ? .-.- Bland Holt is doing great biz. at the Royal with 'The Absent-minded Beggar,' which is magnificently staged. . 'The Green Lanes of England' holds the boards at the Criterion. Mr. Alfred Darnpier gave a masterly inter pretation of Hamlet last Friday night. Mr. Dampier sets apart Friday night in each week for a Shakesperian pro duction. Tho innovation has proved very instructive and enjoyable to students of Shakespeare, and has also been a financigl success. Donald Macdonald, the celebrated war correspondent; has been doing great business, here; His ..lecture's are o treat. ?'...' At the Palace Theatre the war biograph has been drawing good houses. Madame Melba,, in a letter to a Melbourne friend, has something...

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 — 14 August 1900

: ' ,;' FOE THE BABIES. Thero is no better mcilicino for .the bnbies than.Chnmborlnin's Cough Itomcdy. Its pleasant t«?fc and prompt mul olTootual cures liiak'o It 'nTfiivbrito with mothers and small ? children. It quickly cures their ooughs and colds, preventing pneumonia or othor serious 'Conscquopccs. It also pures croup, and has ;beeu uped. in tens of- thousands 'of cases' with- out a singlo failure so fin- ns wo havo beon able to learn. It not only cures -croup, but when given as soon as tho crouny cough appoars, will, prevent the attack. Incuses of whooping cough it liquifies die tough rnuuug, milking it oasier to expectorate, nnd lessens the severity and frequency of the paroxysms' of coughing, thus depriving that disoaso of all dangerous consequences, For salo by. ^Messrs. Onniston nnd Onnistori; Turnut, and Mr. l''rcd. 1). 'Witt., Adolong. ADELONG CHILDREN'S ..FAIR.. SEPT. 29 and f0. 1 /?'??'? ??'??:' ?'?',- .'????'??;?': '. ?:!-':'r;-:'' /V;'-''^- ?'?? i Making Way for Spr...

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 XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

/A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER XVII;--Continued. Ruby's laughing rejoinder covered Valerie's silence. ' You aro too modest, Mr. Es mond,' she said, ' or protend to be.' ' 'What am I to make of your com pliment ? ' retorted Esmond. ' In the same breath I am clever, conceited, and a hvnocrito ! '.' ' Don't call me clever, please,' Valerie here put in, ' if I am to have such undesirable concomitants mixed up with cleverness.' ' I've put my foot in it,' said Ruby, ' I'll clear out,' and away she rushed. ' Let mo find you a chair,' said Esmoni1. ' Have you met Mrs. Stap leton before ? ' as they moved through the crowd. 'Yes. I met her at a missionary meeting.' ?.; ' ? Esmond ? glanced at the beautiful face; a flash of amusement in his dark eyes. r She looked up, and caught the ex pression. . '?? ' You are not complimentary, Mr. Esmond,' she said, ' You don't seem to think there is much d'accord be * tween me and a missionary meeting.' ?'.'' ' Must I apologise? Frankly, I plead guilty.' 'I heard...

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 — 17 August 1900

STAND ^™®|P*gy\'M3v SI1ASON, AT TUMUT, Tin Tiionouoiiuiiui) Stai.t.ion TARANAKI. ?}. mAHANAhl is a bcimtful bay with black i V?£\e stlullli'B 10-2 in height,' with splondid bone and nniBclo. . -.v!.;i- . s cap ii pib (luiii.)' .-'? '.- '.'?'.?;!' ;;';I;; V ~^-.'!C .-?? ?' 51 § Joooso-(a3nS.) ;?. -,,yv, hSiivr'^-yi-ir'''^ ' -?'. . ° c MlesSarnh (Eug.)- ' 'V-'; :;.': ;;O.: ' S ?§ ' ' '? ? ' -? ? '?! -*vv,v, -r ?-'' !^-'^:^ . -glKoliiio (iiup.).-J!''.V!:' ?...-, ?:-.:.' -it; '-??i,'.--^ '?'?''' ^JJ Gaslight (imp.-Jv ;--,? : y:!.y-,::{ i^-^ ,-j- ?': ? Z^s '. .- ? ' '---'?''- --J- ?'?'?C-£ix?Azz?S£,0i -???. B , ffi Jn'ipt.(El.g.) - ???? ? ?-?i'^J ??V^.rdg; 1, '.|'_ '. ? '- /-? ~*dj-:ve%-p~ri''l ,§ stPyrrhustholstfEng.), -:;% ? ~i: ???---:,^-~' :a'— .5 ?'? ? Biro of Snowdon ... ''?'?' ' '-,..* -'.';; r^' ' ..;!,» Cothorednle (Eug.) .-? ?? ''-..?''??' £ ' ' ...... . :.. . .. PEKFORMANCES :— Won Epsom- Han^- . dicap, .-Waggn Cup, Williiimstown' Cup, Bukes Oup twice, Fnrkos Handicap; also!,'...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

. . —AT THE-- ? MAKING ROOM FOR OUR SPRINGS SUMMER. GOODS. We : intend giving you '?'?'?BARGAINS ' During THIS MONTH '?;.:'. . ??: . AT THE ADELONG, TUMUT AND GILMORE. Wheat, Maize, and Other Produce purchased in any quantity for cash. GRISTING DONE, 9d. PER BUSHEL, CASH; : ?'-.-? WHEAT STORED ON: FARMERS' ACCOUNT.; .... ALLSOPP BfiO&, Proprietors. The. X.L.C.R. Bakery, ADELONG. . HAVING retained tile services of Mn. RICHARD HANNAFORD,- the. well-.known baker, customers can rely upon being served with'; ''} ';r;r: - Bread and' ' Small Goods of the . Best Quality. :\_ ' :; Produce Merchant (wholesale and retail), General Store . : keeper, and Dairyman. TO ;THE FBONT. . /-v npHE WARji Weather y^^j _|_ has gone and winter ; ??'.. *5? -has- come with its cold «^- '? /^N^fa winds, fogs, and frosts, and .^S^ J I aJ?\jv «^5*Bpiw«ib. no ma^er h°w careful you U||s/ jL^^^jSTjSnjI-Jp^) niay be you are sure to \ ^my'vij^&S!?'')? '' catch a cold without going will S'J^^^Hl to fig...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Recreation Ground. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

The -feeci'eat'on Qroiyidv ; ??-;- ....'iii.': .i,i ,v-nf--Tw'jvj!|i]: In! rrnvil ' ?Sr-'i — Will-! yoiv kiiidty alloW'-irie, Ijhroug'h the coio.iiih^'jof-youf yalrable iriedjprn,', to. reply . tp',,tri3'; a^'ser'iii6ns .made by -some ,menibe'rs .. of,. . the 'Progress1' Cominiiitee-'aii' iheir -last meei,iii3, in'' i:connec'oi6ri with -the Eecreaii6n: Ground. The area im mediately 'at the' fear of this 'ground comprises a roadway and two blocks held :' by, ine under a Business License,, and on which I carry. ,on my .pceupation..,,; fTp.1' enable ijnie [ to obtain: access to my. land! was com 'pe'lled to make 'aS roadway; but I deny ihki, ^^ the 'construction' of'thisroad has .caused.- the' -interior of the I?ecreatign Giw.ncl to 'be in. 'its .present ^deplorable conditidn, as so graphically depiBued, by some' of the.wpuld-be -brators :''of of this en'ergeliic commitiib&i'' : To liiy 'certain. .-? ^^kcjowle^e' ' the'norti'pri'^pf'-iilje; 'BeeV^^pffiirre^.1' to 'h;as''neve'r-...

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 — 17 August 1900

OUR OPEN COLUMN. We gladly- give space to the opinions ? of oor- ' ^respondents' on' ,publioi.inatter8.,.:;but ab ? .solve'dUrselvfis-frohi any f&ponsibilily. The name of each correspondent must 'aBOOniptiny .letter's to be itiscrtod uVidcr thiy'h'o.'id, in'dt necessarily 'for publica ? 'tiohybut.asii'-guai'ftHtee.of good fttitli/:

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 — 17 August 1900

Making Way ; for Spring ' Gbqds. ?-?-. ' ?/^?^???1 ??' ! !;- -; arid' la'stJ idr ?''?'-.:?' i^'-^ ??-.-? ?/ 0NE.'l£EX1)Mp.; ??' ?' ?.???.'' ? '; ? t- ' ,iT.^r. ''?' ? ? ???* -*-*-»---' ? r?-'~r'~ir'::'~?;'?'\.' vw.**.: -y-* ;:': ?'? '?''??. -lr':'. ? ?'!/'. /? ..'/', ,M '.V ' '?!; ' 'fi - - j '?'' y V-! V '-^T ? I ; ? v*:' 'V- 'T ( ' ... ? ?' The BALANCE. of OUR STOCK .will ..be 'offered ? at CLEARING. .PRICES. Beautiful Capes, Jackets ; -??Shawls ?-_ :^/ iMdersfeirts, Underclothing, ?; P^^^Wosiile^^O^&s ? ?:;She'et^g?^:::-M^s':Etnd;'fi6ys! Clothing, -'v% '??'?''?''* ' . Shirts, Caps and Hats ; in fact ,. r ? .^a - EVERY ?vpEPART.MEN#.^ \ - ???'?'? .??/?. ? ?' ??.' mthe.l',$laug]itiBr,;;;:^:'1 y^Uzfr'&'r- '- ' . ? ? .?:?}'?'.?'?: .'??.?;?' .S. '?????.?'?? .'-.i\ -'.-.' :i --? .?!-,!. I -..,, :,?;:?: .::-i/o:-;i :)^:/;r'v;:i :'? ???JS'We advise overybodyitb 6all and' INSPECT the BARGAINS, Timcf feel confident that the PRICES' we will o%, gfa STUF-JVat ? ,.,,.:; GENERA...

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 — 17 August 1900

UNPARALLELED . MIN ' THE- . . HISTORY . ' OF MEDICINE IS ,\VEBBER'S: -: tiT^so,-;;; :? :--? ?-'?-- ^ '? TRY IT. ' ^ , '';'.;i..,' ' A.' 'WONDERFUL ::;dURE — -TWELVE . , YEARS -A SUEFEREB, A PATIENT . IN THREE HOSPITALSj FULLY ' , ONE HUNDRED, .'DOCTORS AT 'TEND'ED HER,1 AND DIAGNQSED HE»' G-ASE,''BUT COULD.!1AFFECT ? ; NO PERMANENT HEMEF. ' - ?' ^':;';^REiD.HER^^STiM9»Yi' ;'-'J'' ???' :'?'('' fdi.CoUiris-st'., .Melbou'rue'.'- ' Mb; S. A.PAJjifHfi;':' ': ;' March '28,'. lflOO'. ; '?? . ? 45 and1 47 B6urke-st., Melbbutno. Deai'!-Sir,-T-Foi- 'twolvfl weeks, I wna a sufferer of Bleeding Polypus in tho Womb, and was treated by the hest medical skill in Ballarat arid. Melbourne without avail. I have bean in three hospitals, but derived no permanent bonejit from ^h'o treatment I re ceived. I vug advised. to' try Vitadatio, and after taking a courso bf-the medicine I am completely cured. : The medical men who attended me. expressed their astonishment^? my.recoveryr and stated if they had ^n...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Partition of the Adelong Mining District. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

The Partition of the Adelong ': Mining District. ... ? The idecisidn o'fi tbj- Minpp Bopai-.tniont . 16 osbisGf-fiho-'Bfttl6Svdiviaiou friin tho I AdelODg' Mihih'g'1 '©isitrfcl 'and 'tuck i1 onto Tunltaruinba'(h!is, ealleit fdi'tii strong .ficjyerse. cpnipioijts. both' from tho protesting Uatlow people? and those of Adolong. ??' There;. appears:. to. lis to be no. Ictigent reason for' this obftri'go ; .certainly there is norit^ that will show any advahtago for TBatlpw/btitxtn the contrary: it; will prove a. very, serious detriment. Much -sound 'argu-mont can be ptit fbrtvard'in. favor of the re tention of ,tho , old boundaries,* and a: great deal might be said against the partition of the -Adekmg- district. . Tho fact tlifct_there: : is a: resident- Warden .at, . Tumbaruiiiba '?* isJ not ''sufticicnt ground,, jor^n^gmg JJlie Batlow di vision,:.' in., the Tumbarumbii .Distriot, ?though- ;this'seeuiBi.toyi)eall that can be advanocd in favor of the' alteration. Itjnight bo that' Sir, '...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

'TUMUT. On Wednesday, August. 8 last, there was' an important land sale here. ThirtyTflve portions, wpre submitted, situated' in tfib .village ' of Brungle. The following were the purchasers of allotments feH; Ericej! -^8 j.jf'H. Owen, £n-,'E;iX fi.m&B ; H.: J. -GaUagher, £i ; E, G. Bisoh, £5 ; G. B. Guy, £4: John Abdullah, £1: G.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Kenny Testimonial. GENERAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

?' The iK6iinyfiTestiiiipi]ii9,l; GENERAL COMMITTEE.; The adjourned meeting of the' Kenny Testimonial general ? committee was held at Tattersall's (Perkins' Hotel) on Tuesday night. Mr. J. J,. Vivian, (the chairman) presided and the .following members present : . Messrs. Passlow, A; ; E . Merryfiill, ?'?¥,. ' W. Palmer, ?'? j. Besnard, G:. Jiidd, A. .Miller, A. W. Watson, J.i 'Treacy airil; J. Elphick.. The programme as drawn' up by the sub-committee was, adopted and power extended to add otner events, amongst which. were suggested, for recommen dation to the programme committee, a weight-guessing ^competition and guessing the number of peas .in a bottle, the former to be the weight of adressed sheep : .donated by Mr. W. Koche ; tent-pegging, for a trophy pre sented by' Mr. J. F. Buitots; and a wood-chopping contest.. , It-was de cided to print admission tiokets to the 6ports, and slips of the programme for distribution. The meeting adjourned until ? Sept. -7, the further ? arrange ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

ollA podrida. ? --— ? Thero's a chiel.amang yp takln' notes, ? And'fiiith he'll prent 'era. Now '?? thaf? the 'Tumut railway, is ap proaching definiteness, on the pro posed exteusipn from Gunciagai, and its conBtruption.autijprised: subject; to a certain-condition, pur people, seeing that', Adelong is the most important jnpo17n.ea.1ato centre, snoiua-taKe som ico^pi)eriitive'a'itidri'!ii'nd:'(issii3t jjH6!ftir- . xherance or: th'e 'prbj'6e:fc.v:As ihcline' will ' p'ask ds ' close to Adelong as the engineering ' difficiiltiBs will admit, and as we could reasonably expect, for the sake of the many benefits and privileges we should receive, it behoves ns.nofc.to be:indiffierent oi'.lethargic in the matter, -but now that the oppor tunity has arrived, to grasp it, and let; .the voice. of. .this. .community most..un imistakably he ..heard; .asserting, its ?desire, to see .'this branch, line com pleted as: early, as, practicable, as .long at. the .taxation, , if , required to jbe en forced...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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CONCERT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

. C'dNCBRT.:CO'MMITTEE.. . .. A tnecting., of thoi; Concert' Com mittee,- T was held last Wednesday evening, at Perkin's Hotel, Mr.. P. W. Palmer in the chair; and half it, dbzgn members put in aii appearance. Tho hpn...secretary (Mr. A. Miller) reported having received favourable:, replies from soveral' Vocalists and instru mentalists since last meeting, amongst these being two from Tumut (Mr. W. T.'Ho\yitt and Muster Percy Beale). A' prograin'riio 'Jii'' tlio ' rough ' was drawn up, and seventeen items (mostly comic aiid've'ry vitro'1' tlii'im v), with a farco to cpncludq, were placed upon the programme. V SoveraLdetails of a iriinor description haying been settjed, tho meeting duly dispersed.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A " Snake Point" Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 August 1900

' A' Siiake Point' Dance. r.-.-.jGPjk-A- Chap Wot Seed It.) . There was a Bachelors UbM held' at Lizard Hill, Bondo, on ? Saturday. .August 4, 'originated andiic.fwliedi'.iout' ;-by the ? Bachelors of Snake 'Point, Lizard Hill, f guana Mat, and 'Possum Point. . .The . ladies from said places provided; the provisions free (help'. us).. ?ha -.menu -.?? was hare 'oie, rabbit stew, opossum seasoned with pollard, and bandicoot-soup; with some spuds and. a tough duff to finish up with as dessert. ?It: was. thoroughly temperate, There -were: various games indulged. in during the afternoon, leap-frog, ny-the-garter, blind mail's buff, kiss in. the. ring, and a game we .could not christen,. The ladies 'AVere arrayed, in such gorgeous istyle.; It was very : hard to tell which was belle, but the critics, say that they are- unanimous '..that 'H.-Glara ' was: en- Wtledto; that- -distinction,, as her feet were not as: large asitbose pf the ladies of Bondo, some of whom could not get in 'ithrotigh...

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