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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. To Householders, fp WANTED Service by A FAMILY, consisting of Mother, three Daughters, and two Sons. Apply to— fi MR. JOHN KILPATRICK, | Adelong. For Sale Cheap. A CHOICE of rWO First-class PIANO FORTES. Int fending purchasers can try the, instruments at .thftlW jlersigned's residence.--— R. K. BROUGHTON. Gadara, Tumut. Public Notice. ALL Horses or Cattle found trespassing in the paddocks known as the Glebe and Williams' (which adjoins) after th-s date will be impounded without respect to persons. E. MORRIS W. WILLIAMS. Tumut, August 14th, 1865. Education. MR. W. REDDEWIG, Teacher of Pianoforte and Languages, is prepared to give lessons in the said branches of Education, in the vicioity of Tumut, every day irom 2 p.m. Te- tns : ||Two lessons a week ; three guineas per quPrier, payable in advance. Pianos tvned and kept in on'er by agreement, at most reasonable terms. Communications addressed to W. R., Richmond House, wiU meet with prompt attention. _ IMPOINDINGS. / IM...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
''GOULBURN. ?- fl Floui', fine, per ton, £24 . _ fft Ditto seconds, £23 Mj ' Hay ditto, £5 to £6 ?'—? 9 , Wheat, per bushel, 8s. to ,8s 6d /..??.*/ jflj' . Maize ditto, r 5s. : ... .. s ® Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d. 8 ? Potatoes, is. 6d per cwt. 9
A PROBLEM FOR BOYS AND A PUZZLE FOR NATURALISTS TO SOLVE. To the Editor of the Tumut and, Adelong Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
A PROBLEM FOR BOYS AND A PUZZLE FOR NATURALISTS TO SOLVE. j To the Editor of the Tumut and Adelong Times, j Sxfl,--If during a droughty season, a certain number jj of cows die out of a squatter's herd of (say) 700, I leaving what is termed poddy calves behind them, j and out of a selector's herd, varying from 30 to 80, j: a certain number of cows die leaving poddy calves i behind them, which herd ought to be supposed to j have left the greatest number c 'poddies, the leBser | or the greater f If from the extraordinary fecundity oi iree-jeieorors cows, -a ieounuity as yet unac- counted f&r^y^NaturaliBts),'' it' were asserted that the lesser. hene'»oghtf;46/liave the greater number of poddies, wmlcl n-ot a certaincharaoter in one of Sir Walter Spott's novels have exclaimed on hearing it ' Prodigious '111 An Observer op Natubb.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
! ? ELWQBXHX^...,, f BOOKSELLEB, STATIONER, AND GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUT $ ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , BTTSSELIrSTBEET, TUMUT,. . RESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his stock of r/i Is both large and varied, which, together with complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to .;.a execute any kind of ^ LETTEB-PKESS PRINTING With which he may be favoured, with credit to himself and satisfaction to his . patrons. ?Billheads Pamphlets Circulars Catalogues Eeceipt Books Handbills . Cheque Books Law Forms s Pro. Note Books Business and Show ? Cards. ' , A STOCK OP COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, AND COLOURED INKS, ALWAYS ON HAND. Orders received for the execution of every variety By moderate charges, promptitude, and neatness of execution, he hopes to be favoured with a I continuance of public support. * , ? - .STATIOKERY,- .&e-. — A.' SPLENDID LOT OF Plain, Fancy, and Mourning Stationery ; Together with a supply of — GENUINE PERFUMER...
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
J^ral k iflfelKiprr Tumut Police Court. — On Saturday John Hartshorn was brought up under warrant for having neglected to perform certain work on account of which he had drawn money. Harts horn had agreed to split some rail3 for Mr. Yyner, and drew £3 on occount, but failed to deliver the rails under the plea that he could get. no team to draw them in. Mr. Yyner declined I to press the charge, provided Hartshorn would direct a teamst-r to where the rails were, fail ing which the £ 3 lodged in Court to be h&aded . ifer V ynbr. This iDelDg agreed fci-, *3cfcn3ati? was discharged. Discontinuance of Another Newspaper. — The Western Examiner , a newspaper pub lished at Orange and decidedly one of the best provincial papers in the colony, says : — The present issue (Wednesday's) of the Western Examiner is its last. It was ushered into existence three years and nine months ago, under most favourable^-circumstances. Two years of prosperity, airiest unexampled in the history of the p...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 11 September 1865
How is it to be ? Are tbe inhabitants of Tumut determined to wait until they have a munici pality ere tbey look to. the improvement of their streets ? Have tbey made up their minds to have Russell-street converted into a veritable creek ? Will they stand idle, and day after day see a gradual but sure depreciation of their property? Will they submit to hear of the improvement of almost every neighbouring town — Yiiss, Albury, Wagga Wagga, &c., the last a younger sister, and complacently look on their own wretchedness ? Will they answer - these questions' f 'tir, 'Save tfiej^come' to ffiat pass that they have lost spirit and - never think of tbe subject ? We have heard of men who, when Sickness has overtaken them, have hastened their end by a spiritless knocking under. We hear of the unusual dullness of all our interior I' towns, and Tumut is certainly no exception. The seasons of late years have not been propi tious, and many a farmer has had to mourn | * * | over his empty b...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
GOULBUKN. ; Flour, fine, per ton, £24 Ditto seconds, £23 Hay ditto, £5 to £6 Wheat, per bushel, Ss. to 8s 6d Maize ditto, . ' Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d. & Potatoes, 4s. per cwt.
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
WAGGA WAGGA. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Dittto'second-j, £24i Outs, per bushel, 6s. '2 ~7/~ Wheat, ditto, 9i.. ' Maize, ditto, 5a. Potatoes, perTjwt., 12s. . llay, per ton, £12_
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
? - ? FORBES; Oats, per bushel, (scarce) 6s to 7s Potatoes, per cwt., (scarce) 8s. 6d. / Onions, per lb. (very scarce,) I /«_ Maize, per bushel, 'V .... ? y Flour, fine per ton, £19 to £21 ; seconds, £17 ' Bran, per ton, B8~to £9 Hay, ditto, £9 to £12 Chaff, ditto, £10 to £12.
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
YASS. Flour, fine, per ton, £23 Ditto seconds, £22 Hay ditto, £8 to £8 10s. Bran, per bushel, Is. 6d. ' ' ' Wheat ditto, 7s 6d to; 7s. 10d. ? Maize ditto, 4-s. Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt., 5s. to 6s.
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
GUNDAGAI. Flour, fine, per ton, £23 Ditto seconds, £21 Bran, per bushel, Is. Wheat ditto, 7s. to 8s. Maize ditto, 5s 3d Oats ditto, 5s. to 6a. ' . Potatoes, per ton, £8 to £9 Hay ditto, £6 to £7
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
[?] The Impounding Act. — It may not be generally known that persons are empowered by the new Impounding Act to destroy all un branded horses running upon unenclosed landl An instance has occurred near this town a few days ago where a proprietor of a run shot an unbranded entire colt, which had been for some time running upon land belonging to him. We make this intimation in order that owners of unbranded horses and cattle above the age of two years may know what power is placed in the hands of the owners of runs. — Braid- wood Dispatch. — mm*.'*#? ... „ The Season at Wagga' Wagga.— On Sunday prayers were said in St. John's for rain ; near midnight a heavy storm burst over the town, and the wished for and welcome rain fell in torrents, continuing, with various intermis sions, up to Thursday evening, when, after some heavy showers, it passed away, to be suc ceeded by sharp frost, which was visible for some time on Friday morning. This week's downpour will prove a great boon to the di...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
. GLEANINGS. .... When is a chimney like a chicken P When it is a little foul. ' You are too pointed,' as the muffin said. to the toasting-fork. A country saw-filer lias the fol lowing over his door : ' James JN oakesj saw Dentist ! 'Honesly is the best policy,' said a Scotchman. ' I kn-?w it, my friend,' said another, 'for I have tried baitli.' A learned coroner being asked the other day how he accounted for the great mortality this year, exclaimed,' 'I cannot tell; there are people dying this year that never died before. ' ' ' Pat,' said a gentleman to his servant, in the conscription time in New York, ' what's all that noise in the street ?' ' Oil, nothing, sir; they're only forcing a man to turn volunteer.' The following notice lately ap- . peared in a window in London : — ' Children taut to danse, if agree able at 6d. per week, by J. Wil liams, who buys and sells old iron and coaels — Shoes cleened and mended.' 'My son,' said Mr. Spriggins (it was Mr. Spriggins's desire to inst...
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
ADELONG. (feojmc que correspondent.) September 10th. — The meeting, as advertised, came off on Friday last, at Murphy's, and was fairly well attended. Mr. H. Moon, senr., was voted into the chair, and briefly stated the ob ject of the meeting, and expressed his convic tion that an alteration ifftbe present postal ser vice was required ; and called upon Mr. Roche, who proposed a resolution to the effect, that a new line of communication via the Crossing Place be substituted for the present Marked Tree Line to Tumut. This was seconded by Mr. Scott Smith in a few words bearing upon the question. Mr. Sheppard then proposed an amendment, and stated that in his opinion we were not asking enough, but that we were en titled to a daily mail via the Crossing Place, in dependent of,, the Tumut. Mr. Smith defended the original resolution, which was carried. The next resolution was to substitute a vehicle for the present service,, when in consequence of a statement made -by Mr. Stewart as to tbe...
SELECT POETRY. LAUGHTER AND JOLLITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
SELECT POETRY. LAUGHTER AND JOLLITY. Laughter and jollity, fun and frivolity, Let us enliven dull life while we may ; Shout till each rafter re-echoes our laughter — All things are gladsome to hearts that are gay. Laugh and bs cheerful, never be fearful ; Why should we pine because care is our doom ? Shadows of Badness oft lighten out' gladness, Sunbeams look brightest contrasted by gloom. Conviviality, not sensuality, Days spent in honour, and evenings in gleo ; Moments of leisure expended in pleasure Sweet aro to man as the rose to the bee. Love never ending, ever befriending Some one whose. heart is as true aa our own ; Friendship's. fond token, gentle, words spoken, Root out the griefs which misfortune lias sown. Loving each other, act like a brother To all who are sunk in misfortune or care; Spead to them kindly, Ishow them how blindly They act wlio sit down and give way to despair. Let our light lauphter shake every rafter, ^Cheerfulness helps;us our burdens to. bear ';. Sing ...
Original Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
|ripal — ' ? ' ? 1 We do not in any way 'hold ourselves responsible for, or ' ideni'.jied wt'JIi the opinions expressed in our correspondents ' col:mn. To ilk Editor of- the Tumut and Adelonq Times. Sib, -^The local events you have to chronicle - are sometimes very dreary, and slow, I propose remeay tms . detect by. embellishing fact with a dash of romantic description and fictitious narrative. I enclose an account of a recent storm in our locality, treated after my method, and can do you similiar articles at a low rate. ? If you are wise you will engage me. Yours, &c., Cacoethes.
PRICES CURRENT. SEPTEMBER 14, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 14 September 1865
PRICES CURRENT. Settejjber 14, 1865. TUMUT. The following prices are what storekeepers are purchasing at, and the price asked by producers. Buyer's Producer's Prices. Prices. £ e. d. £ s. d. Wheat, per bhl., ... 8s 6d to 0 9 0 . 0 0 0 Oats (scarce) ? ? 0 3 0 .0 0 0 Maize (new),..,. ? ' 0 ? 5' 0 0 0 0 Bran, per ton 5 A 0 ? ? 0;. .0 :0 Potatoes, perton ? ? 6 .0 0 : ;7 0 0 Onions, per lb ? ? 0 0 0 0 0 2 Flour, fine, per ton....;',,.;.'.. '22 0 0 '0 0- ' 0 Ditto seconds ditto,., . ;s; 20 i 0 0 . 0 0 0 Hay per ton (scarce) .....,,.t |. 6 ' 0 0- ; 0 0 Butter (veryr scarce) '0 b if. 7.(0,0 0 Cheese, per lb; ? .' snone££'-:j P' -0 ; Eggs, per dozen ? ? ;; Q 0* 9 ':' 'Q 0 (j Bacon ? ? ? ? '... 0 0 ,Ji8 ' '0' '0 0