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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
!.-?!.? '/fv/ ,lx?:-/j3oh ,.'H*p»ijtn.«nt()Mi«n!)t,;f!!i!ii i'i !!;!i-i;i -o ?-??!» -I..1 m , .[;%^i,!).*.AP1'.'!..186ia.,.,. inPARISH BQADSjAM) fiXJJEETS.n'i iTTIS Ex'oelio'niJJr'tHe ao*tnori-witlrtl,0: adViftt W itJL'-itlio^EMcifliTj Cofndil, having -ddemed'' it cipwiiiint to open 'and : *ako .the lererill Poniili R-itda.'|.anj, Stfeota 01011) fcnodi jn; -ttia.Su^dujq »lc ^ijndc4.,liercto,..tj .be. iiinjntnmeJ at thuexneuo u tho Bim6a . througli-1jfori' they. ' p»««' j 'No! ft',! 'i, hereby 'given, tlmt'ihacb'iiMii'nbi)' With! tlid tiro vtVioni of .|he Aot; I4*h': 'WIHiiini' ITJ No. 11,- Plu'n* a\ui Books joC''Heforenoft.elio|-ingj the . inton.iod lines, [of. tho. Ro«dnand ^t1roota.mJi|uoiLioat,jirojiov dapoaitod. afth'o I'diJce'OmeW'iip'iiffoiio'ci.''- ' :'-' *'? ' ?' '' ? .IV^nircqufe'fKl lhat »ri- ' '«ell-feroundad- otiiibiion that mayi.exijt id thb tormmwa'df; tb'o rjadjiailil stnoU in queitioa, iniyjbe trimifukjtted in wjcitig to the Clerk of the Ex&utiir'i! Council, ...
LINKS IN A CHAIN STRANGELY WELDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
LINKS IN^IA/lOHXET' ST-R'ANGELTY i\-.-ii7.-,ji!/. a.:-.,?WEIiDED.,.,; y- ,,r...;T- .-,^5 In December of 1835 I came to London to ^pgncl^ny.JglirMiiiis^ ?j;wfal|bW?niiiBtcon:;rai|d; .had- 'lie vor set loot1 in''tb.B-- great city! before. tliis a fi;u2iid — JackHalford we called, him' — liad.askedjno.up.to sliare the. grimy hospital-! ity of BarnardVimi during .pantoinimaJtime. 1 ICiio^ving nothing of, London; I took a cab mid; drove direct to Barn'ard's;inn.; On my arrival; a' pimply^faced ppjterf .confronted) me^-jand;^ asked for my friend, 7 out of town; doivn in' jlCeut;^. That ..was his. answer.,,.'. But jho ex-; .pected me,'i Iurgcdi; .'I could,pf course, .get; ?admission to his jrooias I'f.The.-pimplyM porter; 'shook 'his'lieadj ; h,e hid';hot'tho keys;.' The iaun^fess w^-'a't hohic— rid Jd6ubt 'abed:'* He. 4'ad'receiv8d*no,brders to admit anybody to Mr 'Hlilf6rd's'efianiDersj in;iact:!'itfwbuld be ^jire'lliatfiiis'pljicq; w/is4 worth 'to :' do so.: jEventuallyiMie consbnteo^ t...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SIDNEY, Sticky 8 p.m. The following are tho reiulti of the raws tt the Autumn Metropolitan Meeting i— Fltiko Hihdicap. Blondin . ,., ? .,, ... 1 Deoeplwn , .,. ... ,, ? 2 . .Tippler ; ... : ...' ......'.. B, , . ? MUDM! FUTS. . -I ...-,? , .'.' ?, ' . Karl . ... .;,...;: .;. - ';„-.: :.'.;' .1' Gaiworks ... ... . .„?, ? ...2 ' ? Claud da Tal .... ... .... ? -8 ,. ' Pbodcoi Stakis. ;. ..? : -..?? ' ? ? Paradiw'... i ' I.. ?'?' I '...-' ? ? .u '? ?': .'.'. ''?-! ?'??'? Surbiton ... ?.;-ii..r ??;..--:-.?,.*? '-nui-ili :; ' ' ' -. ??? Tax SiBHit'Ora.1 ':?''! ;;';-';-' ; :. ? , B«b :.'. ?'??';..'? ?;;i.:3':;.':;i:;'.'V.r..}i:i: ?; '.? TimWbiflltr ......a .v«-:.i: .?.;?!:. -..?... , .8 . j ; ?????? :' ' ? WiriaiK. StuoK'1''1 tJ '-?':', i, ;;;^D4i.'',.;;,';:^'::;:^'.:':;!l..^;;i;i;-: '?_, ;.,. : AlIrXQXH Buns., ,,(,,.. ;?..?.', ';;,! ' :l .: -Glenooe -n. ? ? ;..i-.-,.,™^.--.,.-«-».,,,«1., ;' Tim Whifflor ...' ;, ,„ . ' ,„ ... a ??? 'Italian'!.. ' v.i'-'^tl'.' ; ''.;;;-1;m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
I ADEiONG. J TVE. COBBETr sonx lea.Tbitiog Adelong, on JJ THURSDAY HE T, the 6th May, at 2 o'olook in the afternoon, i id can be coniulted at Mr Shaw'a Adelong Hotel. . ? ? - itFOVLD respectfully beg to remind his numerous customers and V T , ' the public generally, that he has now on view at his Establish menti Sheridan-street, a ; LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF Hew and Fashionable Winter Drapery. He has. exercised special care and judgment during his recent visit to Sydney in selecting the For the Coming Season, and can confidently affirm that inspection will prove that for Variety of Articles, ana Cheapness of Price his Establishment will be found unrivalled in. the district. IJgf Note the Addbbss— ? ? ' l. JOHN MACKINS, , ???_; ??? . 'MANCHESTER HOUSE;' Next to the Bank of New South Wales, Sheridan-street, Gundagai. J , Wanted / A BLACKSMITH'S HBLPES. ' L Apply to JOSEPH ALLATT, Blaokimitb, ?'??'. Tomnt. £) Wanted 2L GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply at L The Mona Isle Hotel, Tumut. /p Wan...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
NEWS OF THE WEEK. ? In Gnudagai and its vicinity tho weather, has been bright but cool during the past week,' with 'slight frosts at night. This change it is! to bo hoped will tend to' restore our district to: its wonted Salubrious ' condition^' Socially,, and in a business point of view;- the present: aspect pf affairs in bur township may be1 described -ns unll, ? ana, as tuo most favorablei symptom arising, from bur Quiescence, we may note that during the present week there has biien onjy.orie case brought before our P.M.,1 iind-tliat concenied_a_Btraugetpa3sing_throiigh' the district in charge of sheep. ! W^e sincerely regret to record the death of Mrs. Henry Staekey, of-Toinbolong. Deceased, whd expired' oh Sunday night last after a' long and distressirig illness, was 'one' of- the oldest residents in. this distnet,1. the mother of a large faniilyi and universally esteemed and respected.1 Her remains were interred in ' the South Gun dagai cemeterjr ' on Wednesday, ? and werb foH...
TUMUT. FRIDAY, APRIL 16TH.—Before L. Mandelson and E. O'Mara, Esq's J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
I' -?',-? ,v; 'Tl FumMKUv} ?'-. Fiiiday, Apbii. 16th. — Before L. Mandelsbiv . ? and E. Q'Mara.-Esq.'a-J.ft's. ? ^* ''HesbX Bn^Urp and'tEewXHD Bbennan; weTo'snmmo'ne'd for 'entering ''and trespassing on the enclosed paddocks of Mr. John Hay, jof fctocup,' without lawful excuse. ?, ; ? The charge against Butler, who pleaded not guilty, was proceeded with. ' -~' , ^Ir. Croagh for complainant, Mr. Robertson ifbr. defendant. -. ?' ,?-,..?; ? ; ? - ,. [.' vThi3 case- aroso out of. ai_- dispute as to an agreement botweemcomplainant .and Mr;. D. F. Johnston, and tho facts, as stated in evidence, are as follows : — i . Qouiiilainant deposed that ho had agreed to' receive .350 head of .Mr. D. F. Johnston's cattlo to fatten in the Gosup paddocks, that £1 per head. was. to bo p^id. for bullocks and 15s. -a nead for cows,,uritil: ^ho 1st May, and that any that were riot fat then were to' remain until they became, so ;. and also that, if complainant, did not fake in riiore tliau 850 head of catt...
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
ADELONQ. (FBOM OUn gOEBESPONDBNT.) Apbil 29th.— Theweather continues delight ful, and the whole country looks beautifully green, giving promise of good feed for winter if travelling stock- would cease to : harass and annoy U3 by devouring it-. On Friday, the:23rd instant, the Rev. P. P. Agnew delivered an interesting' lecture in the Odd-Fellows'. Hall'; but'owing to tho unsettled state of the weather the attendance was not numerous. On Sunday last the re v. gentleman preached in the same place, morning and even ing, to large congregations, the room on both occasions being filled to excees. - ? It is with great, regret that I record the sudden death of our respected townsman, Mr. 'Joshua Bailey, of the firm of Bailey and Ashworth, butchers. He left home onMonday last with the' intention1 of proceeding to Wagga Wagga. Hearing, however, thit a friend with whom he had business hod gone to South Gundagai Mr. Bailey proceeded thither, transacted his business, and returned home, intending ...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
' aYDMr.'' r ....Flour, ppr ton,.£W to £15,- . .' , .'^'Vriieit, bor'bueh'el fy'W'; i]-»»™'* 1 '1':'Maiibdittb,'4')-) ?M.li-.unl:\tilMt: :fl. ?.-;. :«_ i'j;Oa'ts'aU(o,r8»:aii i:.-.i.i J,:,, tu; 'in 'jm'.-i.... IT .Bran per bmliolils.ail'-.-j ?.;,[ !/,,.,-, , ,? f . PjUtoes,.per ton £S, .:.',-,' , .. ' Hay.-fitto7£a;tb|l:; ;?'; .;'.? '™*™['/''\
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
TOMOT. (FEOM OUE dOBRESPONDEHT.) Apbil 28th.— We have had a small instalment of .winter weather in ibine sharp white frosts, and though tine days ' continue bright and sunny tho. evenings and mornings, aro cold onough to render firos agreeable ' adjuncts to sitting rooms.' On Saturday last, snow fell three inches deep oJ the high ranges near Kitmdra, Our farmer! and gardeners aro kept pretty busy on their lands, tho present season able^ weather being very favorable to their operations and the pltfugh is at work in many quarters. ; ' ? -f :? . . Mr. N. Maridelson effected a purchase last week1 of ISOOprime 'atottf wethers from Mr.' Norman, of East Blowering, and removed the same to ? his fattening ? paddock at Condon blongo. ? ! ? ??-?? ? ; '? ' '?'':.'.''??' .-'''.' ,'; ' Mr. L. Mandelson reports his gold purchases as 109 ozs. 17 dwts. last month, and 81 ozs.: 6 dwts during1 the present month. ' ' 1 ? Mr. J. T. V; Walker, of this township, held a sale of furniture and Baddlery at th...
POETRY. THE SHEPHERD'S LAMENT. JUNE—NORA M'SHANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 1 May 1869
THE SHEPHERD'S LAMENT. TUNE NORA M'SHANE. I left the old watch-box and hurdles behind me, The damper, and salt-junk, and post-and-rail tea ; But I'm in here alone not a watch-dog is near me, Faith I'm as wretched as wretched can be, I sigh for the smoke-fire to hunt the mosquitos, The short backy-pipe, and the straw-feather bed. The old-soldier birds and the knowing old-man crows That croaked in the morning while perched o'er my head. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I came to this town with a cheque like a blanket, I cashed it, and then—why got on the spree, Shouted grog for all hands, and of course they all drank it, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; And left the pub score to be settled by me. I got into a row, and a man in blue saw me, Who moved me along to a house on the hill Where I got small poll and a bed found me rent-free And was left to myself to get quiet and still. I was bro...
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
WAQOA WAaOAl Flour, Buo, per, ton, £13., \j\' ,'.'.u . „; ', Oate,' per bushel, It 6d ' ',,:-.., Moizo, ditto 8s 6d. . ..:''.''' Wheat, ditto; 4'b. 6d' ? -^ ? ' : y.- r.vrn,-) Potatoes',' por owt 16s ??'.-?' .''i!''1 'i Hay, por ton, £10' ' ; ':lr1 '''' /?''?'
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
0 YASS. A. .. Flour, fine, per ton, £]- S ?'.: ? 1' ' ' ' Beoondi. ditto £H' J. Haydittci, £5 ??:? ^ ' ??- -::''.'.' : Braii, per bushel, U ..???. hri:' Wheat ditto, 4i to 4s 6d t-ZX -' T '. v.rl Maize ditto, Bs to 6s 6d-.-: u :,-r.:i i ';.-.' '?'' '.' OatB ditto; 4s to 4s 6i - ? 7;,; r -..'??.-.?i '.', ' ? Potatoqs, perowt,, 6sto 6»' i' '?' t' ??'--?'
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
BURRAiradN&. Flour, rer ton, £12-to £ia ;. j- j ; „?, Hay; ditto, £f ? , ' ? . ;t? ft........ : Bran, per bushel, Is,. ; . , , .;J :;...,- Maize ditto, JMO-Zs.ed,; ,1- ,': A U Oats ditto, »- to b (id., J. l.Hlli '1 Potatoes, per tou.jfelf -^V 1 H -! '
GREENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
QMEXFELI.. Flour, per tori, £13 to £li ? Bran, per'buiholi l^fid'.O-'j Maize, ditto, 8i .to..&L . ? -.?Hot, per .ton, £8 ^ 1 . ' .Chair, dittoi £ „. ...„/,. ' ' Oats, per bushel 7s ' ' . .'^T.f.1'-,.-. 1 Potatoes/per owt ljft .' ?'.Tl':'.-'-
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
f -ADELOUQin'r Flour fine £12 to £Ut ?-.-..' '.!. ' : ,: !:t ;:.:: .I ??.'? : Wheat' per bu»bel,41,.«J4 -., I,, ;'.;,rji UI-. :.'?! ,- Bran ditto, Is . : r .. , ..-,..,„.. , r.,.. ? '.. i'StiditSfc,1,; .??...,??,?, ? ?. ' ? 'V ', Maizo-aittalj' ???'?''?'?' 'I »' '''?'-?' '?'?'? 'H»y'|Vor'to)ii!'£4^- ? ?? ii -rnJ? ivj il v.'i.-.-£ ' S,--.r. .Potatoes scaroo I . ?-?..:/ ?.???'sl.i ,n;ij:i--
COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, MAY 4TH.—Before the Police Magistrate, and J. B. Elworthy Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
Court op Requests. Tuesday, May 4th. — Before the Police Magistrate, and J. B. Elworthy Esq., J.P. Samuel Tbue v. Joshua Booby, damage to crops and trees, £10. Mr. Creagh for plaintiff, Mr. Perkins for defendant. Plaintiff brought the present action to recover damages for tho trespass of defendant's pigs in his garden from the 1st January to the 1st of March lost. He stated that he had about three roods of land under cultivation for potatoes, in which he had sown three bags of seed potatoes, and that all he had got off the lnnd was a bug mid a half of potatoes. He had also suffered loss of pumpkins, melons, and fruit from the trespass of defendant's pigs. He was from home during the day time, and could not, therefore, Bay how often they had trespassed ; but he had put them out four times himself, and had shot a sow of defend ant's which he found rooting among his potatoes. His potatoes had been rooted up, and he had only got two half pumpkins out of all that he sowed. He thought he ...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
:\'TH'UViT.:. ' '. '' ' Flour: nno.'iier'ton ?£12'-'' ;;'' -?? :? -'i-r.' '??' '? '-'Bitta seconds 'dUW'ClOto jni'i''.!iv'j ,.':'!' i ^ Whoat:por bushel, 8d -Od (o'4l; r.\ 'rr.r.rA'.l ?ii.:iJ Bran, ditto la ., ,.,';;?,,.?../.??,.„.„;? ,._.,.,„.,,; ..', -r, ,Eotatpeax per'pwt;,8i -. , i', '.. ? ' ,'„?'. ?,'. ' ,'??,' Oats' porbusho-.il,- ' '.. ?.'-???''-'?;« 1 :'::Maiie'perjbuBhbr'4« ''?i-.i:;.;i.|.;,: , :,:-.vro.-n» ' ???' '' Hay per' ton S3 '10* -' r. i.-.i!) iw'ihr-tn vr.rr: :; iiBntterjffrbsh) V'lb Is fii'u, ? . r. iiu.il vrji -. ' ?;.v-,KAs,rper dozen 8i. ?, . , , ? i.,;y ,,.,;j;L;'./. '?' ' 'Bfeid^lb lo'if 6d '(ret»U)rn.)ii! olr.na -loyir.l
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
NEWS OF THE WEEK. In Gundagai during tho past week the weather has been moist, seasonable, good for tho country, and unpleasant for society. The flats and hill-sides are green, mud is abundant, and tho water-holes and creeks are well filled. Business is dull, there have been no sales at the land office this week, most ueonle seem to havo gained sense or lost spirit so far as to abstain from instituting legal proceedings against each other, or committing breaches of the law, and consequently our magistrates, lawyers, and police havo plenty of leisure time on their hands. Dulness and tranquility, in fact, reign supreme in this neighbourhood at present. Tho Hospital committee of management held their usual monthly meeting in tho board-room of that institution, on Wednesday afternoon. Seven members of committee were present. Accounts amounting to £34 5s. _8d. were orderedt to bejB^d, and the following were accepted for twelvemonths from tho 1st April last. Messrs. Davhon & Co., ...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. MAY 6, 1869. [The following Prices Current are corrected every week from the latest papers to hand.—Ed.] GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 8 May 1869
WHOLESALE .^ttipEs'jcipREBNT;! v 1 [The following. Prie4s\Current, are ,correo!edAt ip»rjf weekjMm'lh'e'.ldledtpapersJo,4iha:i-d.-r:Eg.Yi:-ii.:'Un '-:'? '?', .'? V'' ?axfiTDAWAi--'.) h'~ '?--X'-v ,' B1dur,(ano)port6h£l*'to £\4ri0t'''i '- ? . ': Wheat, por WtHel.i 3a!9d itd'4j'' l.l'W- ma 1 ' 'Mainji'dittaeiJircru ?;'.iii1:-n;-; r/!) vnhi.-fi 1;.: : Oat», ditto; ijadto.^Od ,???.;?,-,?..,.?,„:;..- .,..?, Bran, ditto; 81., -,'. ?, .'.'... L r..', '''?. ? V Potatde»,ne- ton £10 to £ll'(«oaM»)^', Jl'1 ''' 'Hoy.pertWfiS^'-. } ': i1'-'1 ;-.i:;ll-!-1 '''' '? Butter'freBh'l«:61per'lb r-- .1. (?/ ,\,ii\\v:i ?1 '?-:'? Salf.ditto.ilOdii; !!i: I ?/. ni'ii! v.iu ? hipujn ) ':?? ' ;Baoon;6d;per.|b ,., ^ ,; ,. -:.|',;i r,,!| -, ;; ;? ., Eggs per.dbjen li.. r'.-Jrj!.:' ,'.1 ,,,..-, -,,'uvr .'.'„ ' Brpad21b loaf'£oV.(retailjr -' ''.' '.' J ';,