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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

??vSS$SoxiN(&t;M ?? '-^ h \ . !;TKp.figHi^i.i; sfi^n ? it- pah' be. called -^?betwe^n; vBili' ! Dohej-ty' ' and ] Mick .BpqieyY'^fpy^'.'the'.r; ? clj'ampipnship of Australia; v'.'ipoic'1 ^^ place i,! oii Saturday night'. : It'; will . be remembered that the' liieh 'Hyere to have fought a week before, but the principals deemed the number of spectators present on that occasion' insufficient, and postponed it, also reducing. the prices charged for admisssion. On the . second attempt to bring oft' the contest about six hundred people turned up. After a'lorig wait the : manager offered to-'pnt Casey -and Watts (seeing thatDool'ey ahd-'pdherty would- not strip1 for the 'gate' present) instead of the big fellbws, but the'crowd wouldhave:ho other but the pair :they had: :paidtb soe.. : ..The....iaanager: then ...offered to forego his share of the takings. if, the- men would., strip, (, to w^iph.thpy* agirepd'tf? Tier^igi'.Jiqopcasiofi 'to; give. an~acobiin£'.qf the, .'. mill,.' .as;...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

^%he HTRaiJ||E m; ^.jti^^^iQBHNAV.'-f--';'.'^ ?'?:;? /ioV-'V-. :'\'''---;- ; '..?''vLbNboN.' Monday. ' .'w'!!E'hV'Russia,iis;carfie3 CbingaJ \Pass, Miinchuria,' 'aftef great bloodshed. Tho -Eussiaii General surrounded the, Chinese?' insurgents. Four !Krupps 'and matty.^tifls were captured. '.'.' . ,' . ( .-.'.? i.. -iTheiilieslare^still bombarding (the City\6f|P.41ci'nsf,'f.i-!\yhere the Dowager 'Empress'is. detained. ' Part of Peking; is , said-, to, be in flames. ' ,( ;. ? : . . :? TheTlussian riewspapetsj' reflecting public opinion, state that' an. immense omajpiutypf.-the Empire', recommend ' Evj^iia to ref rain from further common armed intervention, and that she should' limit herself t.o protecting |he Manbhurian E^ifwayVf rontier. . , .

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOER WAR. Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

'the boerwar.^ ; ?Tuesday's Telegrams,,^'' -ir V '' .; . .-..? LONDON^ , Monday,.. ? -uiibi'd Eoberts has issued aErocla dmation which states that oatb-breakers ?will.be.piiriished hereafter with death, pand with transportation for harbour .ing'Boer scouts. ; -J-TMajor-General. Powell. .holds: Com ,? inan.do Nek. De Wet sent flag of ?'! truce, demanding surrender.. This .was- thought, to bo only a trick to ?' 'glean ??'?; information. Finding the garrison strong, he marched north Tvard's^Mi.Major-Gtoeral PowelL is ? shadoSvihgi him. ? ???? ?-.? ? Burghers are asking for protection after surrender. i!'They do not con sider the proclamation harsh, and it.is calculated to check Boer vengeance. r : ,. ?:? ;' A/patrol near JKrugersdorp were; at tacked from an oathbreaker's farm. Tfie wounded, .captured had. their, brains. ' beaten' out and;. tteir bodies riddled with' bullets.!;.', '.The,, farm-house, was afterwai'icl^'bj!'^|.: : Two arrests have . ../,been/'iWadei;,v.(.*;.. ; ? '?.. ..,...

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, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

Sidney ^port1 and' Drama v '(By ' Wideawake. '?')?? '??'„? FOOTBALL. i-; ., .Sydney, Friday., BuAUTiFUii weather greeted the foot biillers-in. their last fixture. The big gest surprise was the defeat of North (Sydney by South, Sydney, The former won r'ttiq, toss, ,' and. elected to, kick with the' wind.'' .In th'o liirst, spolji. ' the . ShoT.!6meri secui-e'd' tnVe'e; ;tfies';'.rio'ne;'of : which, however, were converted. During this period the' Norths Shore full-back,- E. Kelly, was injured, and had to.' retire. Another man was generously offered by South Sydney to' talce;hi3 place, but was not accepted. The second half 'was very: exciting, South Sydney keeping the antagonists on 'the defensive the greater portion of the time. ; Evers (S.S.) succeeded, in dropping1 two goals from the field, which .'brought . his team within ; one point of the Shoremen. Play then be came very lively, but' shortly- before ? time :Chishohvi (S.S.) 'scored a ? try, ainidsfc great oheering. '?The'kick a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. SHEPARDSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

'^SS^MMmQ^' ^ .Z '; '^SHEPABkSTOWN. : : (From our own Correspondent.) There is nothing startling to report in this connection. ,. 'Manns , and' party appear . to: be ..doing :. very- little' .work' p4 their property, there; being, I am told,, only; one man employed.! r,; At Perkins'.Slate Bar Hawkensand Ccn.. are, raising stone. ..,. ; ?,..' :At.'the ; Gibraltar, a shaft. ; is being. I sunk ? at: the foot of the hill.'midway between the, office and Mr. Considinels residence,- to strike what is known 'as '. Shepard'sree.f. B6x timber, sawn, on' .::. the :ground, is being used, and, jf:, the work is carried out as at present,; jit will, undoubtedly, be well . \vorth: in spection. ? .At the top of thp hill aiv engine lias been placed injposi.tion.jat' ji^ei §j.a; If Bjaiiv-JParkes' ? shaft, andsthe; work o,f bailing will be begun; almost imnaediiitely. , This makes;rnve;sha£i:.si ill operation here now, and.it is to, be. hoped that the company will reap the reward it certainly deserves...

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 — 21 August 1900

10R1IIE BABIES Thero is no bettor medicine. for the babies than Chamberlain's Coiigli Remedy. Its pleas uit tmtt andpiompi mid eliectunl cures make it a favorite with 'mothers and small tuildien It quiciih « me- then coughs and colds j-i(^pnliun \mt miinii 01 other serious cou Liju(,iicc4 [t -t 1 ijuie cioup and lias been ujpd y- tcji- of u oi|M)ils ol cases'.«dtlir! out a sillily hull k' ip fill !??,»{ liay^.boe'ii able to klin It'll jl uPU iiiteij ( C6|ir/|' but' when given as sion s tile cioupy uoUgh appuirs will piovtnt Hip att ick Incases of whooping cough it Iitjiuiics the tough muuis, mnliino' it rasioi to chpeotorate, and1 k ^ens *he bo\ont- end ficqiicnoir of the pmowsnib -f couhinng thus dc pi 1 ling that cliueiuiVof. nil dangerous consequences. For salo- bv Jlosars. Oriuistou and Ormiston, Tumut, nnd Mi 1 ltd B, Witt, Adolong. , .

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 — 21 August 1900

Well to. the' Front. M-.^We Lead the Way ; ?lb:;'.';-^.pthers follow ? And WE WIN EVERY TIME —IN THE—. COMPETITION OF HIGH-GRADE WORK. WE GIVE the BEST POSSIBLE VALUE for the MONEY. IF YOU WANTCS* A good Sulky or other description of Vehicle, CALL ON US, on WEITE for PRICE & PARTICULARS TO BOSTON & SONS, CWl] ..-& CaMa,ge StiiMei% NEAR THE BRIDGE, ADELON G. Roller Flour Mills, TUMUT AND GILMOBE. Wheat, Maize, and Other Produce purchased in any quantity for cash. GRISTING DONE, 9d. PER BUSHEL, CASH. WHEAT STOKED , ON. FARMERS' ACCOUNT. ALL SOPP BEOS., Proprietors. A. E. Merryfull & Qo., The Direct Importers, ADELONG, ARE still to the FRONT and selling Goods cheaper than ever. We ADVERTISE because by doing so we give The General Public and those' who live at a distance A CHANCE TO SEE THAT OUR Prices are JUST THE THING. As we have started our WINTER SALE, You will find that we are still The Best Store for the rich, ,. The Cheapest for the poor, And the ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Colonial SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

'^?TEfiEfflMMS;'' ''.' 7 ;;':':/; t; ;m Sydney, fOfupsdayi.,, f --' . j T\vo-! ?;??'? hawkers'., who arrived, V1at ? - '??/Mjicigep yesterclijiy afternoon reported ( ,tb'iifc' .blfiplf s camo up'jto.rnear Diamond. .',',i^me3-pi'ij|g(j.. ^afc iuiclnigHfc..p-i fj.atur-. ?!Od'jly-,!.7: 'aftd'-' ijxohjviigcil , ' words. ' . They . wpi'o .cer tit! n 'they.' ; wore! the. ,p 6 yerh pi's . , '.?'?''?ILi&ifd, BpaiiciiiVnip .presided 'over! a '?'VeL'xli'u'^d'nii's'sioiiiiry meeting' .at the ??rTowh Hall'ldst night. Aloxandor Eichardson, Inspector of ? Stores for the Bailway Department, ? -died yeBterddyY after 38 years' service. ' ? rAt- 'the' Homebush saloyards sheep opened to slight improvement,1 re ''riiiiiliiing- ln-iiv especially for cross breds.'1 Priine cattle ware scarce. The i : 'pi1 fees ' .showed a slight ? advance .on ? Thuisday's rate's.'' ' : ??'? Lancaster and Massinissa have ?' . been' well backed for the Melbourne . Cup. . ...... .- ? ; i ;„ At: Brooking station yeste...

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. CHAPTEE XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

A MAN'S VOICE. ? 4 ? : CHAPTER XVII.— Continued. The owner of Esmond Royal must needs dp everything charmingly. But Esmond was not under the necessity 'of relying upon simulated admiration. He. had a beautiful tenor voice, wlii nli lin.rt lipnii wnll cultivated.' Ho sang like a musician, and with perfect taste and feeling. : Vulorie, herself a thorough musician, listened with a delight she had never beforo experienced in hearing nn amateur singer. Esmond had more than justified her opinion of his gilts and ability. And he, though lie did not know it, v ai singing to her — for her. She was not among those who pressed close round the piano ; ' genuine musicians know better than .' to do this. She was not even within, the range of his eye. But he knew she was listening : and he cared not a jot for anyone else. , . When the song was finished, every one ! applauded, congratulated, com '? ..'? p.iaientecl. Valerie said : ' Thank you so much ! ' and lower : ' No ; I don't wish she hadn't a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

XO^PN; TALK. » ? ? (By ' Echo.') 'j That the sn'b{v,'th'e:boe-a'utiful^snow, will . be- soon around ' ua whorovor we go; I' ? Hunr-^rm a pofoj arid don't know't. ? ??? ? ' ' '- That tlio ma'n who ' expo'riinentod with the ''adotyleilo ,ga'as,.was .not Mr. Nc^ah ;f}initli,!:'\ylio. Noahs' too' ''much about tup preparation to' fp(il. with', it iii ;riny 'bii.t'a' practical way,' aiici.'that his nivOiitibn of ii gasometer needs.no bxporimohtihgwith, as it is thoroughly perfected. ? That .as 'Echo' has a fellow .fepliiig , for jocular pe.oplq,,hjB. is disin cHnod.to ',' rub it in ' over that, .prac tical bit. of joking, onophaso of which ,wn,s, thp.;driynjg..of a buggy,,, through Jho streets of Adelong by a ' winsomo young lady, dressed in malo attiro. This writer is naughty enough to hopo .that the same daring. darling will por .foimthe Lady God iva feat shortly. That wheeling out smoke will be a recogiiisod pastime at certain Tumut aiid 'Adelong meetings if explosions occur much1 of t...

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 — 21 August 1900

POLITICAL PMtSLl . ? * (By ' Quid Nunc') Tin; beginning of tho end of tho session appears to bo near, if precedent goes for anything in formulating an opinion. Tho preamblo to all Bills beforo Parliamentary bodies is like as in the beginning of ouch session of colonial law-makers, in that there is much . that could well bo left out; Each and every annual meeting of tho New South Wales Legislature is oc cupied during tho first month or moro. by the expenditure of much ' un necessary verbosity, and, towards tho end, when membeis become tongue weary, a spabmodic eflbi I is mado to send forth a little useful and urgent legislation. ' After the more ghb-tongued and loquacious members have spouted weary hours to the 'press 'gallory i (tho ' Hansard ' men ? .make jSpeechos elonuont on paper, or woe-betide tho poor shorthand writer) what has been carefully prepared for the benefit of 'myconstituents,' one would imagine tho way had been made clear for prac tical effort. „ Not much so, howeve...

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 — 21 August 1900

rjiHE UNDERSIGNED i is prepared 'to PURCHASE, FOB CASH, |S MARSUPIAL SKINS, if SHEEP SKINS, §1 ,? „ HIDES, &c, &c, 11 In Large or Small Quantities, H And will pay Weekly Visits to ADBLOKG oil ' || ??}??: ^.TUESDAYS,^ ;;;.;.; ,' ./ H And imiy lio: sobnvat, BOSS! k'-v ! ? H C OWMJS, B^I^L^^^L^ ?:, -. ' -M ' ' j|j|^s|1t{i)|oi^S ;- ;; ; ? V'. 1 . ???''(' -.'.'?. '-'I ??'' ??;?,?;.!': ? ?::': ?^'::\:fi}'-':'''--'' || EXPRESS LINE OF I COACHES, I ?ADELONG TO ; GUNDAGAI 1 AND gl GUNDAGAI TO ADELONG. Jg JACK PROWSE & CO., I Proprietors. ? g ..nOACHES .Loiivo Adclong ior ' Gunda'gni g: and Vice Versa' Daily. . ? , : ^ 'Arrangohioiits enii be riiado for Special t Trips.to.iuiyfpavt of tho District. | ? '????Y^mcj&s'xsD Hou'beb l'o« Hike. | ?BOOKING-OFEIOES : | 'WM. MA11TIN!S (Tobacconist), ADELONG; K ,,: ?--WAliKEB'S FAMILY HOTEL, GUN- U :, DXGAI,,: ?-....?/. | ;|- FAMES W, ADELONG TO GUNDAGAI | ? and VICE VEltSA— 5s Singlo, | 8s Beturn. g 1 JACK PROWSE &am...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
That Smash-up. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

That Smash-up. A facltious conespondent sends iis the following for publication ':— ' Oh, WilKie Wtitnon, I guo\Q to heai That j on and the fellow v.ho bells tho beei Neailj found a soupj gia\e up heie The lesultwill be, 1 veiy much fem, That tho bupei «ho bosses the loadb will near Somo leinniks that will wann up his neai side oni, Or whichever ear it is that trains ?when wo people talk 'bad' about you. Theabo\o few touching lines weie suggested by the accidont that befel Mr. Watson and a companion. Your lepresentative inter viewed Mi. Watson immediately aftei the accident. It appears they had journeyed fiom Tumbarumba, and had got a milo or two on the Adelong side of Batlow, when a more than usually inviting puddle induced Mi. Watson to take a heador. He, it appeals, saw that the buggy was bound to go over, so he made a leap m the air, and would have got clear had it not been foi the tail of Mr. Palmer's coat. What the tail of tho coat was doing in the air deponent sayoth not ; pe...

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 — 21 August 1900

GENERAL. Land sa.les at Adolong on September 4.. ? . . ' ... ? Tenders are out for the additions to the Adolong Post Office. 1 . Soveral road contracts in the Tumut, Adelong, and Tumbjirui'nba rb.ads dis tricts are ' advo'rtisod. . Tenders close ' on the 24th and 28th inst. respectively. Loose'piio/t6g'rap hs 'can 'now be sent; tfliro'ugh.the post at rates chargablo for printed papers, viz. : 2oz, id ; 4oz, Id ; 'and each additional 4oz, Id. One hundred and thirty-four acres of land at Courabyra havo been re served from sale for . travelling stock and camping.' ' ' ! / ...Parliament' is to be asked to affirm, a measure 'amending the Alining on Private Property Bill, to enable persons to iiiiho for other minoials than gold. ;- Up to tho receipt of last advices from Kimo, Eobiuson and Rice were still on . tho golden stone, and had taken out another truck containing gold to the value of £3000 from tho phenomenally rich strike lately made in their Long Flat mine. The Premier has signifi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 21 August 1900

IN MEMORIAM. PASCOE. — In loving remembrance of our dear Mother, Catherine Susan Pascoe, who died, at Adelong on the 18th of   August, 189, aged 59 years.       'Weinpurn the loss of'her'w'b lovo, ; '??' s 'And' did our best to save;- ? ? : : Beloved in life, regretted, Rone, ,: .. .Remembered in.tlio gravp. Oiie y^ai' to- day, lih ! \vho could tell how 1 ' ' anxibrtslj- we stooft ''?'.''?' ' 1 ? Be'side diir''(ln'rtiii^'Mbth«r's bed,-' ; '.'? Takbep hor'if.we oouHfl.1 . ,'.r,t!^...' ; '- ..,-. , ., IJviqnda niul,i)bywQiiiiiij^ently tried to soothe. [,'.'? '?' ? -: ?''.''? ': B^^'alns, It\\'(i's''a'11;|n'1Vain.'':'' '' : '? ? ' : All ! as' tho iniormng-'htiuwldrew on,' ?'? . -.'i God.oased hcr.ofliorpain;! ?':??' ? . . , Just twqlvo months have passed tp-day — Yes, I ' remember .well— ' ' '. ; ? ' '' We stood beside her dying bod,' ? '.?.??'' ?'??To bid a lolig -faVtwell.1 ?' '-'?:'- : ; ? - . With mournful eyes wo watched her as ?...

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 — 24 August 1900

GENEBAL. The Boman Catholics are holding a ball on 'Wednesday in the Victoria Hall. Tho proceeds from tho ball will go towards buying things for a Bazaar to bo held at Show time. I hear there are a number of the young ladies making tho usual raiment preparations. Wo all look forward' for the event to be a success, which no doubt it will be (weather propitious), as all ,tho arrangements are being carried out \-y that energetic and ever precise secretary, Mr. Jack McAhster. I noticed in your last issue that the members of the Football Club intend holding another ball on the 5th of September. Good boys, footballers! If you can't play football, ye can play dance ball. I would like to throw out a hint to the members of the above club, it being a financial one, and that is .that they hold a .ball in aid of the Indian Famine' Fund . Tho Church of England people in tend holding their annual Flower Show on November 28, in the Victoria Hall. The Turf Cliib' hold their annual meeting on the 29...

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 — 24 August 1900

The St. Albans Estato will be sold on behalf of the executors of the late W. B. Wilson during the Melbouvne Cup week.. The brood mares, stal lions, &c, will bo sold in December, W. H. 1'owei.i. is Agent ? for Atchorloy and Dawson, Ltd., and Edwards efe Co., Too- 'Mer- chants, of Sydney, and for tho Mnssoy-Hiirris Bicycles. — Horse and Sulky for hire*

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 — 24 August 1900

? ron the babies , There is no bottor modicmo foi the babies than Chambeilain's Cough llemedj Its pleasant tnsto and piompt and clTcctual cuies miiko it a fiuouto with mothcis mid mnall childicn. It quicKl) ciucs then coughb and colds, pioventniK pneumonia 01 olhei seuous consctiucnccs It also cjics cioup, and hab been used in tons of. thousands' of .cases .with: out n' single failuro so fm as wo \m\o been able to'learn. It not only cures croup, but when given as soon as tho croupy cough appeals, will p^ent tho attiok Incases of whooping cough it liquifies tho tough mucus, malting it oasier to oxpeotorate, and lessens, tho severity and frequency of the paroxysms of cou:,'hni(;, thut dopmingihat dioenso of 'all danjeinniicoiisoiuon'lei. l'oi sale by Mcs-sis Oi iiiblon and Oumbton, Tuniut, and Mr. l''r:d. 13. Wilt, Adolong.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 August 1900

STAND ^W^Mfi SEASON, AT TUMUT, The TiioHouunniiED Stallion TARANAKI. mAUANAKI is a beaultul bay with blncfc 1 points, Btmiding 10-2 in height, with SIHGIhIkI limin nnVi miianin i g Ciw-n-rio (I'mp.) g 5 Pin»gu.iy (imp.) STiosB(ln.i.) ? i? Alice Grey — ? ) jL ' ' ^ r, '0Z3% SwootitKat (Hub.) jig g Jocoso (Umj.) | «-§ Stochm'lKEiiir) a&fflS?S.!uli(i:ub'.) *7S Kolplo (imp.) ^|| Gaslight (iiup) s . gg Stocks oil (EiibIibIQ ^ wgjuliotJEllg.'), |t Pyirlmstliolst (Bug.), 1 J gjff C-o Cothorethilo (Eng.) PEUFO11MAN0ES :— Won Epsom Hari;( '' dicap, Wnggit Cup, Williamstown Cup, Piukcs Cup twice, l'ailics Himdicnp; nlso se\cuil other good inces. Ban second .at Sandown Talk; second in Cobuig Stakes; thud in Molh -nino Cup. .. Axiom, thu diiin of Taranaki, is also the dnm of Lamond, winner of tho Metropolitan, also Acoident, winner of 30 incos in Mel bourne ; also Bo&ebeny, winnei of ten laces in Queensland, beating Mcrloolas for tho Towers Cup of £800; also Hangitiki, winner of...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURABYRA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 August 1900

C0URABYRA. (From Our Own Correspondent). Last Thursday was tho roughest day I over experienced in this neighbor hood, and I have resided here for a quarter of a century or thereabouts. The north-west wind : which prevailed fairly blew the snowflakes into powder before they could reach mother earth. This fall, which lasted on and off from Wednesday till Saturday, makes the fourth for the winter. '?'The: miners, of course, are jubilant at 'the unusually wet season, which gives' them abundance of sluicing water. ???: ' ?? ?/.'. ?? ^??Lineman 'Cooney; whose head quarters ' are at ' Gundagai', has been busy lately resetting fallen telegraph poles. ; '?-''' ?':,-'??'?'' ';'; ?'.?f'i!;i-:V/ ? ?;.??' ???'?; '?? 'Courabyra now- boasts a telephone, which' 'is working well.'' This Tbrings us- into 'immediate touch with: the world 1 at' largo; i; : : ! ' -( :' ? ' Wolsoley Park (Late Rosewood) has also' been connected by telephone with TumbarHmba; ' / 'Rabbits are becoming very numer ous indeed...

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