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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 28 August 1900

TARCUTTA. ? o ? (JFhom Ouk O\vx Cuuiiiisi'ONniSNT.V Tub weather hero of late has been very changeable. Some mornings wo rise to find a heavy frost upon the ground, then a fog will appear, but at noon il beautiful clear shy looks down upon a verdaiit terra iirma, and Sol pours forth his rays with October strength. Not many hours pass before clouds appear, accompanied by light ning-and thunder from the west, and ere wo retire our rain-gauge reports 15 points. Can Wraggo explain? Our football team was treated most unfairly by the Executive Committee of tho ..Morgan Cup Competition. Their treatment will have tho ellect, I feel certain, of destroying Rugby of its hold on , tho Wngga public. Tlie latter always looked forward lo the visit of the ' navy blues,' and I think their visits to the 'city of. crows' will be few and far between. The decisions of the referees at Ilumula and Wagga were very much ques tioned by the Tarcutta players. Wagga and Huuiula are pulling well together in thoir...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Recreative Research. FOR THE "EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 28 August 1900

A Recreative Research. TOE THE ' EXPRESS.' (13y J.W.K.) Nhxt month thero is to bo quito again day set npart in Aclclong, and sports aro to bu hold. That C:iet reminds me that 1 wroto tho iirst of a scries of articles (that upon 'Debating Clubs') in the Exi'itisss a few issues back, and that the time is now opportune for my second diatribe. I ho projected sports gathering is arousing a degree of local interest among those who are fond at sport, and asT have spent mnny years and much coin (winning occasionally at, prize-giving contests) as a follower of such athlotics as aro practised in tho colonies, I trust I am capablo of dealing with my prosont subject in the space at my disposal, which, being in this journal valuable, is necessarily curtailed. It is admitted by all reasoning minds that every youth should receivo a modorato amount of physical culture while undergoing mental training1 Thoro is no doubt that healthy exor' ciso develops muscle and sinew as wel as making tho brain cle...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MOUNTAIN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

THE MOUNTAIN MAIL. [Contributed.] ' What timo will you start for Batlow, Billy ?' ' Half-past three, I s'poso. All depends on the time th' other mail gets in. Y'know this blanky train gets in whatever time it pleases to Gundagai — runs on a dead level with steam up and can't get in to time. It gives me a sweet thing, I know, battling to Batlow theso nights, after starting an hour late.' ' Just leave that saddle at Brown's, will you ? He'll pay you for it.' This was on the outskirts of Adelong. Billy jammed the saddle into the boot, and said, ' Postmasters wonder why a man is late sometimes ; but when a chap is stopped about every mile on the road, to lake on these 'Thank yor' jobs, it's small wonder. Just stick your foot on that butter churn, will you ? Thanks. If she bumps out she must, that's all.' ' What time do you make Batlow, Billy ?' 'Batlow ? Oh 'bout 8 to-night, ' I suppose, if I have luck. Ever been to Batlow? No! By ghost, then you'll know all about it by tho timo you get...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Georgia Magnet. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

The Georgia lla^net Miss May AL'.iot:., iho -Li1, lo Georgia MagnoL/' gi'vi; iiu e.\l: -li'i .n of tho effects ot her iiijalerio'j p^wi: over human nature in tho Oddfellows' Hall on Saturday night bofore a com mittee of gentlemen and a good audience. ?Thepsrfovmnucc wasortn d by a reciliHion entitled ' Whistling in Heaven.' Miss Abbott fairly electri fied everybody in tho hall by her in doscribablo inauifoslationsof enormous power on the ono Jiaud aud of the an 'nulling of tho force exerted by her subjects (members of tho committee) on Iho other. Strongmen, of Messrs. J. J. Vivian, W. W. Webb, 11. W. Wilkinson, II. -Ilannaford and C. Baker's stamp, wore as babes in the hands of tho Littlo Georgia Mrgnct. They were each given au oppolunity of lifting Miss Abbott, which they suc cessfully did when sho allowed thorn to ; but ,as soon as her finger camo into contact with thoir neck, it was impossible for tho most powerful to shift her off the ground. The com bined force of ton men in li...

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 — 31 August 1900

THE BEST MEDICINE FOB HHEUJIA TISJI. ? ' I ihink I would go crusty with pain woio it not for Chamberlain's 1'iiin Balm,' writes Mr. W. II. Stapleton, Herminie, Pa. ''I have been afflicted with rheumatism for bov oral ycaib and havo triotl remedies without number, but l'ain Balm is tho best medicine I havo got hold of.' One rtpplieition lelioves Iho piln, For unlo by Messrs. Omiiston and OrmUtou, Tuiuut, aud Mr. Fred. B, Witt, Adclong, I

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 XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

A MAN'S VOICE. . ? « ? CHAPTER XXT. Tim presence of Mis. Ktaploton, as a married woman, cast a protecting shade over Valerie Derval's ' little' dinner,' bnfc even then the function might well be regarded as a somewhat daring innovation upon _? established custom, secimr that the hostess was young aud unmarried, and not in pro- I fessional life. . . ? . . It happened,' too, that all the male guestsrf-13smond,- ,Dr. ': Leigh,' -and Borb Lesmore— were .unmarried. . v Tho -ladies were Mrs. Stapleton, Mina Ferndalo, and Valoiio herself. ' Come early,'' the girl had said to Ruby, '' to support mo and play pro priety.' So, Mrs. Stapleton was the first ar rival,' a littlo overdressed, a3 it seemed to Valerie's fastidious tnste.'for a quiet dinner. , She herself, Ruby declared, looked : ' exquisite '.; and so she did, in pale green satin', with a Medici collar, adorned'with pearl's and diamonds. Tho drawing-room was , profusely decorated with flowers,' the places of honour being given- to so...

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 — 31 August 1900

Sports! Sports! ! Sports ! ! ! Adelong, Sept. 12, 1900. A SPORTS MEETING Wllili UK HliTil) AT ADELONG on the above date, us a ' BENEFIT TO » MR. P. KENNY PROGRAMME. PEINCIPAL HANDICAP, 100 jds— 1st prize, £8; 2nd., £3, Sid , Silvei inntd Umbrella, \alue £1 Is , piesented by Mi A.G. Peaico. Winnoi unj heatnotplaced in' the final toiecei\e tiophy Nomin ation', 3/- ; acceptance, 2/ Nominations , , to be in the hands of the Secietanes on ,„ , oi befoie Septembei 1, nccoptances close morning of lace, which staits at 11 o'clock 't-i' MINEHS' HANDICAP, 75} ds — 1st ' p'uze, tank, value £1, piesented by Mi J Benlo (Tumut); 2nd-i bag flour; -3rd , bag sugar, both piesonted by Mi A E Sleirj'full. Nomination 2/, acceptance 1/ BOYS' EACE (under 16 jenis), 75 yds —1st prize, 10/ ; 2nd, biidlo piesented by Jh - C. A. Phillips.. Enhance ]/ FEDERATION HANDICAP, 100yds — lsf piisso, 40/; 2nd, pan shooting boots, value £1 It,, pioenlcil bj Mi A G Peiuco ; Sid, watch piosontod by Mis J. Treacy, sonr. ...

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 — 31 August 1900

^'Well .to .tlie: Front. * ? ' ^We Lead the Way ; ^'^^Others-follbw. : And WE WIN EVERY TIME —IN THE— . , ... COMPETITION: OF.JilGitGRiDE WORK./ WE GIVE the BEST POSSIBLE VALUE for the MONEY. ,IF YOU WANTIS' \ A g)oi Sulky or otherclescrtyUoa of Vehicle, CALL ON US, or WRITE ron PRICE & PARTICULARS TO ?BOSTON1 &? SONS,' doa.61} & CaM^ige Smildei^,^ ; NEAR THE BRIDGE, APE LO ff ;G: \ ? : ; . ? ? J TUMUT AND GILMORE. ? .. c' '? ? ' ??' ' ?? Wheat, Maize, and Other Produce purchased in any quantity for cash, GRISTING DONE, 9d. PER BUSHEL, CASH. WHEAT STOEED ON* MJMES' .^!COUNT. Proprietors. 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 . . ? Tho Best Store for the .rich, 4j The Cheapest for the poo...

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 — 31 August 1900

HERE IS A CH VNO E TO DO SOMEONE KINDNESS. ' It tho icadei o£ this should chance to know of any ono who is subject to attacks of bilious colic ho can do him nogieater favovr than to tellhim oJ Chamberlain's Colic, 'Cholera and Dianhcca liomedy. It alwajs gives pionipt relief. For salo by Messrs. Ormision and O'nnisten, Tumui-, and Mr. Fred B. Witt, Adolong. The Oddfellows' nail at . Adelong was tho scene of much merriment and high-spirited enjoyment , on Tuesday night, the occasion, being a basket social, held vmder the auspices of the local Oddfellows' Socials Committee, and which was declared to,'be un excelled. Dancing was commenced phortly'after,8 o'clock, and ppjitinued, with but the supper ' .intermission, until after 1 a.m., 27 couples tripping serenely o'er the floor, which was in splondid ordor. Homan's band supplied the music, and Messrs. D. Smith and R. .T. Prowse officiated as M's.C. During tho evening Mr. Bowman performed a clog dance, and Messrs. 'W. Pogson and T. O'Br...

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 — 31 August 1900

, .GEHEBAL. , A station* ' propel ty' was sold at'Yonng a foW'tlayfe ago1 'for £14,050. ' ' ' - ' The bubpnic ^lagu^ Jias.'now', been cleared, ,toiji'ij-y_dvney^bu,t is /,' gping,, strong' in' jQuggu^lfjncl. (', '' ( C. 'A. Tiiii.Lii's,.. tho ' Piemioi ' Saddloi and Haxncb3-niakei'iijri\iuut-slieet1 Adelong.* At* thQ/MCootamun(lra_ Show on Wednesday, Mr. A. Curtis' blood stallion Riversdalo secured the champion prize in his class. Mr. A. B. Triggs has purchased all' the available stock on Yabtrbe Station and also all the sale sheep off the shears on Ellorslio Station. Cheap Billiaids - anil -Pool at Po\w:Ws Billiard Saloon.* fi ?; I The Health Inspector for tho colony will bo in the district shortly. He is now in Wagga. -Thcreforo it behoves all and sundry - to look to their premises. J ? '?- At BombalaJ 'a town situated , near the Victorian border, of N.S.W., a man ?,\yas''a tjjwjdiiys.^ago sl^qj.jrdend, and his body1 partly burned tyK the murderer, who is' now in custody. When aio...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

MINING. jlnmylast I made mention of tho timbering of Shepard's shaft. Since then, 1 have had the pleasure of ex amining it to a depth of about -10ft from the surface, and can assure your readers that it is well worthy of in spection. I will' not attempt a des cription, but would advise you to send ' Cynic ' or ' Echo ' to- work it up. I cm credibly informed',' that ' there is not1 another ? shaft in1- the ? colony limbered in tho same'' manner ; and that the system has bocn,,y introduced by Mr. Considino, the underground manager, who deserves very great credit for it. All the necessary machinery, poppet legs, &c, have been placed iu position at the Sir Henry Parkes' shaft, the water bailed out, and sinking lias been begun. A drive is being put in' on the455ft. level at RadcliiTs shaft, to cut the Sir Henrv lino of reef. Owinsr to the excessively wet season, the mine is making a good deal of water ; but it is rumored that, as soon as the in flux of ' water abates, both. Rddcl...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Donaldson, M.P., at Adelong. (CONTINUED.) QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

Mr. Donaldson, M.P.,. at Adelong. ? *? ? (Continued.) QUESTIONS. i Mr. 0. Passlow : Tho interest on the Gunadngai-Tumut railway -would bo. lost, as Iho lino' cannot bo oxtenflocV furthor than Tumut. Mr. Donaldson contended that the introduction oC tho iron horse would result in tho doubling 'of tho popula tion in the district, the land in which was capable of growing anything, and tho area in cultivation would be largoly increased. They would then have access to all Iho neighbouring markets., be sides a direct connection with Sydney. Mr. E. Eyles, spur. : Get the lino taken through Adelong. Mr. Donaldson : That's impossible ; the engineering difUcullics tiro too great lo surmount. ' Mr. A. ~\i. Earryfull : Mr. Shoppard, one of tho Public Works Committee, had said thore would bo no such difficulties in the way of bringing the line through Adelong. If it wero taken' this way there would ,be some scope for its extension on to tho fertile district of Batlow and thence to Tuni barumba. M...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEPARSTOWN. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

SHEPARD3T0W.tf. (From our own Correspondent.) GENERAL. I very much regret to report that Mrs. Lamprell's son is much tho samo as ?when I last wrote. Hisleft sido appears to he paralysed. To secure proper nurs ing, &c, ho has, been removed, to ,tho Guudagai Hospital. Much' sympathy is expro&sed for Mrs. Lainpvoll/who is most deservedly rospecte'd by all. ' A- little boy, son ot Mr.'J. Maloney, is also laid up, suffering from ah'injury to his knee, caused by a fall. ? ' Messrs. R. Lawson ;tnd' J. Rafferty are progi'e'soiag1; 'well towards re covery. Considering the changeable weather wo have had, the gevieial health is very fair. Speaking of tho weather, I wonder is it that which is affecting tho ladies (or certain of them) so peculiarly. First, 'Echo', tells us of ono young lady masquerading in male attiro in Adelong, and now ' your own,' finds that two members or the gentler se::, living a mile or so from here on tho Gundagai. side, dressed in the bifurcated garments...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

BATLOW. '. (FltOM Onil OUN CoilItESl'ONDL-M'.) A meiu'ino of the Commoners ?« as held last Saturday night at Connelly's Hotel, for the purpose of electing a Trustee in the place of Mr. J. Webber (resigned). Mr. Thomas Don&on was tho choren one. Tho Socrelary icported that tho Common's Regulations weio working smoothly, and that all fees wore duly paid, but still complained of a fow trespassers, who would bo dealt with as soon as tho pound is in working order. Our crickoters will soon be waking iip ngain, but will miss, tho torvicos of their late Secrotary (Mr. P. Wobbsr), who has opened a blacksmithing business near Gormanton, for which placo ho loft a few wooks ago. ' '

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 — 31 August 1900

YITAMTIO, THE GEE AT HERBAL BLOOD BEMEDY. LADIES ! STUDY THIS. A HEAL, TBUE, GENUINE BLOOD PUBI FIEE AND SKIN MEDICINE. THE BEST IN THE WOELD FOE. THE COMPLEXION. Mi. S. A. PAL1IEH.— Dear Sir,— It is with gieatplensuio Unit I ndd my testimonial to the many olhpib you have loceived about youi wondeiful heibnl Eemedy, Vitndatio. For nearly h\ o yeais I ha\e suffeied fioin mi Eiuption of the Skin, and I have tiicd all sorts o£ remedies without avail. : Attor much persuasion, I resolved to try a courso of Tita tlnt-io, and I am thankful that I ever did bo, for the result has been beyond 'my expecta tions, My friends oannot fail to notice the change that has falcon- place, in my skin. Hoping others may benefit. -by .-this.— I re main, youis sinceicly, MAY SMITH. 4G, Finlay-st., Albert Paik, July 15, 1899. ThoPricbof the Medicine is : Lviioe Si.sk, 3/6 ; Smyll Sissu, ?,(6. Indian Oil of Cream; 2/0. S. A- Palmer Solo Disliibnlor for Ausimlasia, India, Ceylon and Japan. Head Offleo, 184 Pit...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

TOWN TALK. (By, ' Echo.') 1 hat if tho weather is a lcotle'chango ablo,-itbutresonibles people's minds — . our readers', of course, oxcoptod.1 ' ' That' tho four stockmen, fully , equipped, ^yho skidoddled when dis covered driving _ slock through ' tho common iii tho'dea'd of' night, 'had bettor mind their P'a and O's. They'll cut it lino once too often.. That n fow would- bo purveyors 'of ' spicy bits ' for this column, appar ently not i being awaio ol its purpose, aro now informed that soiled linen, is not ' lakon in ' hoio (ovon if gossips aro) — ergo, ' Echo ' desires to lightly amuse without assisting .mischief makifig, and, being more 'n sovon, if anything of that nature escapes his- lynx-like eyes, lie hqieby guarantees to increase hib donation at church col lections, as a conscioncq-salve. That tho adago to never' look a gift . horse in tho mouth linds application in this locality ; for ' Echo ' wots of an iiibtanco where a gonerous man's hos pitality wa3 sought to be impose...

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 — 31 August 1900

LAWN TENNIS A ladies' tennis match was played on the Tumut court on Saturday last, between six Adelong and' six ? Tnmiit ladies. Some interesting and appre ciated play was expounded, but the Adelong manipulators of the racquet won by 22 games. The following are the scores : Mrs. Molineaut and Miss Bubb v. Misses Antill and Einanuel, 6-2, 3-6 ; same v. Mesdames New man and AUsopp, 6-8, 6-4 ; same v. Mrs. Fraser and Miss Richardson, 6-4, 6-1 ; Adelong won by 18 games. Misses 0. and H. Curtis, v. Mrs. Fraser and Miss Richardson, 6-4, 6-0 ; same v. Mesdames 'Newman and Allbopp, 0 3, 0-2 , same \ . Miysos Antill and Emauuel, 6-2, 6-0; Ade long won by 25 games. Misses Eyles and Menlovo v.: Mesdames Newman and Allsopp, -i-6, 1-G ; same v. Mrs. Fraser and Miss Richardson, 8-6, 4-6 ; same v. Misses Antill and Emanuel, 6-5, ,1-6 !; Tumut:wonby 16 games.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

0LLA PODRIDA. (By ' The Man About Town.') There's n. chiel amnng ye tnkin' notes, And faith he'll prent 'em. 1 Apropos of the establishment of those chess, draughts, whist, cribbage, and euchre classes in connection with the Adelong Literary Institute, have steps been taken in that direction ? Hero's another : As tho cricket season will soon be upon us, will any aspirant to popularity come forward with trophies for a stimulus to encourage our youth ful athletes in this king of games ; and is there a chance of an electorate team this season to do battle against our neighbours ? A .meeting of club delegates from the various towns in the district might bo tho means of organising a combined effort. ?Many lovers of the j' well of English undented ' object to jh'e craze which still obtains for the Kiplingesque style of ' pome,' and therp is much truth in Randolph Bedford's assertion that ' the loose-lipp'd brag of Kipling ' often kills poetry. Kipling has adopted a Cockney style for his v...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

Beegling's Butcher) [E8TAnMS!lKI- 40 YlJAllS] , TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. Best of Beef & Mutton Supplied Families Waited Upon Daily. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. ' mHIS 'Establishment is noted for its clean J_ liness, and civility is accorded to cus tomers. CHAS. W. BEEGLJNG R. rGEARY, Carrier & Coach Proprietor, ADELONG AND GUNDAGAI. Carriage undertaken to any part of the district at current rates. Every caro taken in loading and un loading goods', whether light or heavy. Goods of a breakable or ttirnislmblo nature, securely or insecurely packed,- handled with the greatest of care. Consignees' goods taken delivery of at the railway slalion,- Gundagai, and convoyed to their destination without tho slightest hitch. HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR HIRE. None but well-conditioned and sound horses worked. R. PUMFREY,' Photographer & Enlarger, ADELONG. CABINETS (ENAMELLED). Two positions given for 1 doz' — 15/- i doz.— 10/- * ' j doz.— 0/. ENAMELLED PARIS PANEL (Mounted), 12 x 1...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 31 August 1900

(DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) ADELONG. j. A. PERKINS ? ..Proprietor. IN announcing to the public that he is still tho host of this popular hostelry, tho Proprietor intimates that unabating energy is exercised to maintain the hitherto recognised standard with which the establishment is conducted. Visitors from all parts receive a hearty ?\yelconio, and their comfort and con venience is at all times studied. Oiir Liquors will be found to be of the Very Best Quality. THE STABLING ACCOMMODATION IS EXCELLENT. MARTIN'S Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Saloon, TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. Tobaccos (popular brands), Pipes, and all Smokers' Requisites AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION. ' THE KOTAL HOTEL, ADELONG, One of the largest, best kept, and most favoured hos telries. in. the Southern Districts. ? H. W.Wilkinson, Proprietor. Unequalled for Comfort and Civility. FIRST-CLASS WINES, BEERS, AND SPIRITS RETAILED. Spacious and 'Well-drained Stablo Premises. Attentivo and Obliging Ostlers. WELL-APP...

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