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PRICES CURRENT. OCTOBER 25, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
. PRICES OTSSENTr'^'; OCTOBEB' 25, 1865. . ; TUMUT. ' The following prices . are. what .storekeepers are purchasing at, and the' price asked by producers. ' Buyer's Producer's -v - ...Prices. .. Prices.. £' s. d. £ 8- Wheat, per bhl., ... 8s 6d to 0 9 0 ?? 0 0 0 Bran, per ton ? ? ? ? 7 10 0 0 0 0 Onions, per lb. (none) ...... 0 0. 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton (none) ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 OatB (none) ? ? ? ? 0 .3 0. 0 0 0 Maize (new) ? ? ? 0 5 0 0 0 0 Flour, fine, per ton., 25'- 0' 0: 0 0 0 Ditto seconds ditto... 23. ;:0 ? 0 0 0 0 Hay per ton (scarce) ? 6 0 0 . 8 0 0 Butter (fresh) 0 -1 0 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb ? ? S tone. ; 0 0 . 0 Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 9 0 1 0 Bacon ... 0' 8 i O ' O 0
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
GUNDAGAI. ' : Flour, fine, per ton, £24 ' ? : i Ditto seconds, £22 o Bran, per bushel, Is. 6d. . Wheat ditto, Maize ditto, 5s 6d '? -:.f. — ? ? Oats ditto, 5s. to 6s. Potatoes, per ton, £9 ? Hay ditto, £10 : , ?'?rr
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
FORBES. ? ; Oats, per bushel, (scarce) 6s to ,7a , Potatoes, per cwt., 6s. OnionB, per lb. (very scarce) Is ^ ? Maize, per bushel, 7s 6d . Flour, fine per ton, £19 to £21 ; seconds, £17 Bran, per ton, £9 to £10 Hay, ditto, £10 . .
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
[?] Nuggets. — Telegrams to the £. M. Herald state that last week, a. gold nugget, weighing 515 ounces, was found at Dunnolly, and solii ; to the Bank of Victoria. On the following day another gold nugget was found at Dunnolly, weight 80 ounces. The Cause of the Drought. — Many of the settlers on the Bland, admirers of the late notorious Ben Hall and Gilbert, are often heard seriously to express themselves to the effect that if the bushrangers had not been shot there would have been plenty of rain this season. — W. W. Express. Wagga Wagga Races. — The following weights for' the Town Plate to be run for on the 21st November next were declared on Tues day week last : Black Hawk, 9st 91b ; Dispatch; 9st 21b ; Camel, 9st 2lb ; Albury, 9st ; Jew, 9st ; Young Martin, 8st 91b ; Coramin, 8st 8lb; Kaffir, 8st 4lb ; Young Mormon, 6st ; Silk, 6st. Mrs. Mary Dickson. — The unfortunate Mrs. Dickson, sentenced the other' day to twelve months' imprisonment, is said to be lying in the gaol hospital...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted. / WANTED A. GOOD MILCH COW. Apply to — ' H. HAYES, ; ' ? Mills, Gilmore. October 25th, 1865. ? ^ Wanted -3 Fencers to put up ten miles of bush FENCING, sheep-proof^ at Manus. Apply immediately. ROBERT MACMICKING. ARTBHUS WARD. ? # HIS BOOK. (NEW EDITION.) ON SALE BT J. B. ELWORTHY. Price 2s. 6d. Musical festival ! / Mr. FAROTEARSON / THE RF.NOWI ED BASSO, Whose Glorious Songs, be h Descriptive, Operatic and Buffo, have been n ceived with delight by hundreds of thousands of hearers, assisted by Mr. WALTER SHERWIN (From the Melbourne Opera Company) ANn MADAM C 4RANDINI The Australian Hh'ima Donna, WILL SHORTLY APPEAR IN THEIB GRAND VOCAL AN - At Wagga Wagga, Ade/ong, Tumut, an|L Gundagai. 2^M/L . f- Loyal Golden Age Lodge, I. 0. 0. P., M. U. ' 'I1HE BRETHREN of the above noble order of JL Odd Fellows, will celebrate the THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF THE OHJNING OF THE. GOLDEN AGE LODGE, ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER the 3rd, by walking in Procession in Full Regalia ; to be fol lo...
English and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
[?] ( From the Home News.) A vessel known as the ' cigar ship ' has been on the stocks at Mr. Hepworth's yard, in the Isle of Dogs, for a long time, but is now nearly ready for launching. It is stated that upwards of £100,000 have been expended in her construction, and it is anticipated that she will attain the speed of 25 miles an hour. The village of Mascliia, Catania, containing 150 houses, has been totally destroyed by an earthquake. Several lives were also lost at Grandinella, near H-lorio _ Monv fitmilioa ana wnina^ TKa munAM am/1 ?ub-prefect of Acirealle, with a few soldiers, have repaired to the scene of this disaster to assist the sufferers. Really, English savages do not improve. Beating a wife nearly to death has long been a popular amusement among our roughs, but Charles Ashburn, pensioner, of Alnwiok, considered it too flat, and devised a modification. On a recent Sunday, being very drunk, _ he quarrelled , with his wife, also very drunk, knocked her off her stool, and ...
Latest Telegrams SYDNEY. Tuesday, 3.30 p.m. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
ftflrgroa .1 SYDNEY. Tuesday, 3'30 p.m. OPENING OP PARLIAMENT. Pahliament assembled to day at noon. Tbe Governor's speech announced that the recent appraisement of runs had largely augmented the re venue, and that arrangements had been made for the establishment of Circuit Courts at Deniliquin, Wagga Wagga, and Armidale. It promised the fol lowing new bills, viz., to Regulate Prison Discipline, for the Establishment of Industrial Schools, for the creation of Road Trusts ; also bills to amend the Lunatic Asylums, Municipalities, Stamp, District Courts, Superannuation Volunteer, and Immigration Acts. Immigration is to oe encouraged oy altering the upset price of inferior or back lands, to induce the purchase of such if possible, it being worth con sidering whether freehold occupation be not more advantageous than precarious tenure. The speech conveyed the gratifying intelligence i that the year's revenue equals the expenditure. If further taxation be required, a proposition to that ef...
GLEANINGS. ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
GLEANINGS. ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. The following romantic story is from the * Mona Herald ' (Isle of -*?/ ? Man journal) : One of those events ? ; ?' of eveiy-day life illustrative of the ; adage, ' Truth is stranger than fic tion,' has just been verified in the . . AQ CCk r\f Q TV/Tn^V lnrl^r ? ? VA u, jjjlcamjla. xcuxy y tllC aJLiXiUUilCtJ nient of whose marriage appears in our columns of to-day. The story ' is strictly true. Several years ago a gentleman, a tutor of acknow ledged ability, jivas resident in this island, and the heroine of our story and himself formed a mutual attachment. The young lady's friends, however, deemed it inex pedient that their daughter should Tie joined in the bands of wedlock to a gentleman who was 4 only a tutor ; ' for they, in their little mindedness considered brains to be of less value than gold, good cha racter, or integrity; and quite overlooked the fact that brains (or rather the efforts of well-developed brains) command that attention and estee...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
ALBURY. ' I Flour, fine, per ton, £28 10®. : k Ditto, seconds, £27 ; H Hay, ditto, £10 y f . .. . . ? Wheat, ^ /. H Bran, ditto, 2s. ' - s H Maize, ditto, 8s. to. 8s. 6d. B Oats, ditto, 7s. H Potatoes, per csvt., 14s. : H
SELECT POETRY. NOBBLERS—THEIR BEGINNING AND END. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
SELECT POETRY. NOBBLERS— THEIR BEGINNING- AND END. Nobblkb,' a word on upper earth unknown, Till hissed by Satan from his brimstone throne. Hie imps now echo it, from hill through dell ; It is the invitation card to hell. A taliemanic card with nobblers strung Each tempter holds to every eager tongue. The knot is held in Satan' d powerful claws, And as each glaBs goes down !ie tighter draws. The last glass seize!, the drunkard eager drinks, The knot is pulled, and down the victim sinks. God's precious gifts are sent us to be used, Good, used with prudence, poison, if abused. Men are not brutes — they've sense and reason all, Some have ' ten talents ' — others, talents small. But few there are who have not sense to know There is a world of bliss and one of woe. _ Say, who would choose the latter if he saw ^ The labyrinthan card the tempters draw ? VEaeh imp on earth has his peculiar den, ? Where Satan nightly holds his court, when men 'Are tempted by buffoonery from without ; : To en...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
GOULBURN. ' Flour, fine, per ton, £24 : . . ; Ditto seconds, £23 Hay ditto, £10 ( ? - - Wheat, per bushel* 83. to 8s 64 . Maize ditto, 5s 6d. ,... Oats ditto, 5s. \ '' Potatoes, 8s. per owfc- . -J
GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COURT. The only important cases were as follows Mullen v. Mallan, £100 damages for assault and battery. Messrs. Forbes and Robertson for plain* tiff, Mr. Allman for defendant. The jury gave a verdict of £5 damages, with costs. Collins v. Hansen, £200 damages for slander. Messrs. Forbes and Ryall for plaintiff, Messrs. Allman and Robertson for defendant. Plaintiff was non-suited with costs. Fifield v. True, goods, &c„ £33 13s. Mr. Forbes for plaintiff, Mr. Robertson for defendant. After a very long trial, his Honor gave a verdict for plain tiff for £9 16s. 9d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
Mr \ J. B. EL WORTHY,. ? BOOESELLEK, STATIONER, AND GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUT $ ADEL ONG TIMES OFFICE , ETTSSEM-STEEET, TUMUT, KESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his stock of j attS I Is both large and varied, which, together with I complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to , execute any kind of j LETTER-PRESS PRINTING With which he may be favoured, with credit \ to himself and satisfaction to his patrons. . Billheads Fampnlets Circulars Catalogues Becoipt Books Handbills i Cheque Books Law Forms 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 I of execution, he hopes to be faroured with a continuance of public support. J&j&mf llasra:::? filial am ma&iim i| INSURANCE j /omLCE, CORNER OF PITT AND HOTTER / ly STREETS, SYDNEY. i Incorpora...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
The Govlburn Argus of Saturday last, in its leading article, thus concludes : ' There must soon be a vacancy at the Tumut. Mr. Cowper, junior, has never entered the bous* since he was elected, and notwithstanding the effrontery he . must inherit from his parent, he can scarcely have the assurance to retain bis seat any longer in opposition to the wishes of his constituents The feeling of the Tumut electors have under gone a change, and a Cowperite will not again be returned.' Why there must soon be a vacancy at Tumut we are ai a lo6s to conceive. We are of a diff.-rent opinion, however. Our contemporary is in error in stating I hat Mr. Cowper has never entered the House since he was elected. We are prepared to affirm that not only has he entered the House, but he was present during the debate of some important measure at the commencement of the session. Our contemporary is also in error in judging the feelings of the Tumut electors. Whatever may be the opinion entertained and devout...
PUBLIC MEETING AP UPPER ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 26 October 1865
PUBLIC MEETING AP UPPER ADELONG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Pursuant to notice, a meeting took place at Mr. A. Watson's on Thursday evening, 19th instant, for the purpose of petitioning the Minister for Lands to redress an unjust monopoly of auriferous land, held by Dr. Austin under lease, to the detriment of a number of miners, who, having pegged off claims in the said ground, are of opinion that they are entitled to a portion of it. The chair was taken by Mr. D. J. Emery, who briefly explained the object of tbe meeting and introduced Mr. Morgan, who stated, that be applied with others to Mr. Commissioner Lynch for a portion of the said ground ; that his applica- tion was accompanied with a caveat, against Dr. Austin holding so much ground known to be auriferous. Mr. Lynch having perused the application and caveat, appointed a day to settle- the matter on the ground. When the appointed time arrived, all persons interested appeared, and gave evidence so conflicting that the com- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 October 1865
THE TUMUT & ADELONG* TIMES, ? NEWSPAPER,; Is published every Monday 'and' Thursday morn ings, at the office, Russell-street, Tumut, and for warded to all parts of the colony. The TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION to 4lw- 'Times' remain as hitherto, viz., 8s. 6d. per quarter, or 7e. ,6d. per quarter if paid in advance j but subscribers who require their papers posted will be charged the amount levied for postage— : 2s. 2d. per quarter — in addition to the . subscription. The quarters terminate on ? ' : ? the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septem« ber,' and 31st December, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice. New subscribers will be received at any time, and charged from the date they commence. The CHARGE FOR ADVERTISING is as follows: — For once inch of spaoe, ........ 3b. Od Every subsequent inch ar less of the same advertisement ? ? 2b. Od. j A discount, after the following rates, will be &1' lowed on advertisements inserted j1-'1 ' ; For 1 month ..........