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ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 7TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 7th SEPTEMBER. The Queen's health is good. Tho English harvests have been unusually plenti ful. Cholera has broken out with great violence in Italy, Spain, and Portugal. The French Fleet of iron-clads have returned home to hold an interview with the King of the Prussians at Darmstadt. Fenian organisation is spreading very rapidly. Tho minor German State* have protested against Austrian and Russian interference respecting the Dutchies. « Mazzini is against the Italian Government. Preparations have been made for the immediate departure of French troops from Rome, and all is progressing favourably. Count Waleroski (?) Waleski has been appointed President of the French Corps Legislatif. A new ministry has been formed in Spain. Literature. — Most of our readers are, doubtless, aware that the favorite drive in Hyde Park is called the ' Lady's Mile.' This name Miss Braddon has chosen for the title of her next literary adventure, which, we understand is to commence in an...
COMMERCIAL REPORT. TUMUT, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
COMMERCIAL REPORT. Tumut, Wednesday. The rain which wo have been visited with has in some measure tended to check the speculation in breadstuffs. We do not now hear of any advance in wheat or flour, and it is probable that a diminu tion in price will take place before any higher figure be realised. Our stocks of flour are not large, Btill we hold sufficient for home consumption, and al- ? though last week flour was quoted at £50, whole- . sale buyers would be disappointed in their search even at that price. Breadstuffs may just as well be not quoted, for at this season there is really no fixed , price. Flour is now selling here, retail, at from £4 to £5 per bag, and we have been given to under stand that at that price it is only procurable at three placeB. The millers and storekeepers decline to publish their prices this week, in the belief that the market will quietly find its usual level.
ORIGINAL POETRY. TO LAURA, ON THE OCCASION OF HER MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
. ORIGINAL POETRY. TO LAURA, . ON THE OCCASION OF HER MARRIAGE. Let not my friend, although a wife, Bid all her caros adieu ; There's comfort in a married life, And there aro crosses, too. I do not wish to mar your mirth ^ . With an ungrateful sound, Yet still remember, bliss on earth No mortal ever found. Your prospects and your holies ore good, May God those hopes fulfil ; Bnf, 'onii will finrl in utoi 7 tit.nfvi Some difficulty still. The rito which this day joined your hands Cannot ensuro content ; Religion forms the strongest band, ?4nd love's the best cement. 4- friendship founded on CBteem Life's battering blasts endures ; It will not vanish like a dream, And such I hope is yours. But yet God's daily blessing cravo ; Nor trust your youthful heart ; You jnust Divine assistance have To act a prudent part. Tumut, November 8th, 1865. ' Quartz.
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
[?] Cheerful Intelligence. — The following5' telegrams convey most gratifying information : — Penrith, Friday, 5 p.m. We have had twenty-four hours' heavy rain, and there seems every appearance of its continuing for a few days. — Windsor, Friday, 6 p.m.. Rain com menced here yesterday afternoon, and continued to fall heavily during the night and throughout the day. — West Maitland, Friday, 9 p.m. T». Uno U nnn vnininn ofrAo/ltlt? 'ill ni rrlif onrl XL liUO UCCU laniiu^ atuuunjr nil auu is every appearance 'of its continuing. — Wel- lington, Friday, 3 p.m. We have had a steady rain since 2 a.m., and now every prospect of continuance, — Murrurundi, Friday, 4 p.m. Twenty-four hours' constant rain all over this district, and it is still raining heavily. — Liver- pool Plains, Friday evening. Bain fell in heavy storms last night, and to-day it has been raining heavily. — Goulburn, Friday, 6 p.m. Raia commenced last night, and continued steadily through to-day, and is likely to continue. F...
To the Editor of the Tumut and Adelong Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
To the Editor~of the Tumut and Adelong Times. Sib, — Having by accident obtained a copy of your journal of the 16th ultimo, and therein noticing a communication from your Kiandra correspondent, I cannot allow this opportunity to pass of informing him through the medium of your journal that the mendaeiouB character of his production, combined with the abortive attempt at facetiousness with which he has endeavoured to adorn the leading por tion of his absurd and paltry invention haB had the effect of producing a feeling akin to contempt for him in the breasts of your Kiandra readers who are disgusted with the meddling propensity with which ne seems 10 De enaowea, ana aiso irom ine met — as displayed by the strain of his correspondence — that there is one amongst them who haB no bettor em ployment than to spy into and report upon tho pro ceedings of the most peaceable and morally inolined portion of their community, and at that falsely. His remarks with regard to two of the members of ...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £35# - ' Ditto, seconds, £33. Hay, ditto, £10, . Wheat, Bran, ditto, 2s^ Maize, ditto, 8s. to 8s. 6d± Oats, ditto, 7s. Potatoes, per cwt., 14s. to 15s.
KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
KIANDRA. % (from our correspondent.) November 2nd. — There is nothing of interest rela tive to mining to report, with the exception that the ground sluicerB are all busily employed in washing up, as the Bupply of water is beginning to fail Yery fast, owing to the present drought. One of the Celestial tribe entered the stores of Messrs. Davies, Alexander, and Co., one day last week, and taking advantage of an opportunity afforded him by the temporary absence of the party in charge, who, at the time, waB engaged in shifting some goods in| an adjoining store j proceeded to tho a.r\ rl nhat.PflAf Afl Kafmoon fivn and six ounces of the precious metal, but fortunately he was detected before he had time to escape with his booty. Great praise is due to Mr. H. Youngman (one of the young men engaged in the store) for the prompt and energetic measures taken by him in securing the scoundrel and handing him over to the care of the proper authorities, by whom lie was subsequently committed for tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
LIST OF TU3T RECEIVED, and NOW ON SALE by tP the Undersigned : — Barbara's History, by Amelia B. Edwards A Box for tho Season, a Sporting Sketch, by Charles Clarke, q.uite now Holrasby House, a Talo of Old Northamptonshire, by G. J. Whyte Melville Digby Grand, an Autobiography, by Whyte Mel ville The Queen's Maries, a Romance of Holyrood, by . Whyte Melville. Tom Brown at Oxford, new edition. Tho Young Stop-Mother, by the author of the Heir of Redcliffc, &c. Maude Talbot, by Holme Lee. Illustrated; Eleanor's Victory, by Miss Braddon The English at Home, illustrated, by Alphonse Es quires. Third series. Abel Drake's Wife, by John Saunders From Pillar to Post, quite new Hard Cash, a Matter of Fact Romance, by Charles Reade Lost and Saved, by the Hon. Mrs. Norton Kate Coventry, an Autobiography, by Whyte Mel ville Denis Donne, a new novel, by Anne Thomas Raehael Ray, by Anthony Trollopo , The Wide Wide World, by Elizabeth Wetherell, new edition, with colored illustrations I Mel...
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
BRAID WOOD4 . / Flour, fine, per ton £gfc- - - 3c- Ditto, seconds, ditto £&&* ? 'iLf- Wheat, best BampleB, per bushel, /2/- Bran, per bushel, 2s '? ? /- Maize, dittoes 6d Oats, ditto (prime), 6s. Potatoes, per cwt. 10s Hay, oaten, per ton £12,
Parliamentary Summary LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
[?] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, November 1. The Legislative Assembly met at half-past 3 o'clock to proceed to the election of a Speaker in the room cf Mr. Hay. Mr. Cowper moved that William Munnings Arnold, Esq., take the chair of the House as -Speaker. The hon. member adverted to the fact that he had on two previous occasions nominated to the chair two gentlemen whose respective careers had reflected honour on the 1 _ _ ? 1 _ a ? * f .. ? ? . legislative noaies oy wnom tney n&a been chosen — Sir Charles Nicholson, in 1846, and Sir Daniel Cooper, in 1856. He had no doubt that the gentleman whom he now had the honour to nominate would refect equal honour on their choice. Mr. Arnold bad been upwards of ten years a distinguished member of that House. He had held office as Chairman of Committees, and had for many years filled the high office of a Minister of the Crown. His large experience of public affairs, his distin guished ability, and his high intellectual attain ments...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. Wanted Fencers to put up ten miles of iusH FENCING, sheep-proof, at Manus. ' Apply immediately. ROBERT MACM1CKING. 0 Wanted. A*GENERAL SERVANT ; none but a GOOD LAUNDRESS need apply Mrs. PAUL, Adelong. 0' POUND iT AWAGGA WAQGA CHEQUE. The rightful owner, by describing it and paying the cost of advertising, may hear of the same upon application at this office. y Can ion. ^ rtnETE Under«agnedj^aiiti )ns all parties from giving any^mg^arpdit onflii account, except his wife. $ / ? CHARLES LEE. Tumut, November 7th, 1865. National \Holiday. Thursday (this day), 9th « November, bemg the Birthday of His Royal Higmess the Prince - of Wales, the Undersigned hereby r give PUBLIC NOTICE that Iheir s Stores will be CLOSED on that J day to celebrate the - ccasion. WATSON AB D TURNBULL. J L. MANDEL ION v TUOHY, MU JPHY, AND CO. \ MRS. 0'MAtJ.A. e Holiday. ' TIIHE OFFICE of this pape 1 will be closed on | ?L Thursday (THIS DAY) from 10 a.m. to 4 £ p.m. » j Subscribers, whose papers ...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
GOULBUEN. Flour, fine, per ton, £?5; Ditto seconds, £34 Hay ditto, sms — /2 Wheat, per bushel, lis 6d nominal! Maize ditto, 4?/— Oats ditto, n?no ? ^ Potatoes, 8s per- cwfr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
Mi 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 'j.' B. ELWORTHY, B00K.SEi.LEE, STATIOHER, AND GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUT fy ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , BTTSSEMrBTBEET, TUMUT, RESPECTFULLY bogs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his stock of *|Mti mtS Ib both large ? and varied, which, together with complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to execute any kind of LETTEE-PKESS PRINTING With which he may be favoured, with credit to himself and satisfaction to his patrons. Billheads Pamphlets Circulars Catalogues Becoipt Bo6ka Handbills Cheque Books Law Forms Fro. Note Books Business and Show Cards. A STOCK QiB 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 continuance of public support. ,Mr. C. MAYES, CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT, £ AND SURVEYOR, 394, geob&e-steubt, btdney. DRAWINGS, Specifications and Estimates f...
Latest Telegrams SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
I digrams [from our own correspondent.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. Me. Isaacs has been returned for the Yass Plains electorate. An Amendod Stamp Duty will be introduced on Wednesday. To-morrow will be held as a general holiday. The Assembly have resolved that the Duke of Newcastle's despatch relative to giving precedence to Church of England clergymen is an infringement of religions equality which ought not to be allowed. Mr. Parkes' motion for a special committee to inquire into the state of the colony was acquiesced in by the Ministry, and carried without debate.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 November 1865
Another ffml another change in the Ministry. Another and another scandal. Mr. Arnold has -just b«en appointed Speaker by a majority of votes in the House — thirty-three members against a trio, consisting of Messrs. Egan, Eagar, and Macpiierson. Scandal is cheap, but it is sometimes the dirtiest of dirt, and often soils the fingers of the malicious and inveterate scandalizer. As a rule such questionable con duct ia only indulged in by washerwomen, char women, ana oi sucn similar iry ; unless, pernaps, by some poor deluded Bedlamite, or men of small calibre, little minds and unchristian feel ings. A greater — because a more foul and more malicious — scandal never came before the House than that propagated by the member for ; ?' Central Cumberland against the newly-elected Speaker Mr. Arnold. By the Parliamentary reports it will be seen that Mr. Macpherson openly and boldly accused the honorable mem ber for the Paterson with theft, with being a public informer, with being a black leg o...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
GLKANINGS. Does Ice Sink ' What becomes of this ice ? Had one been in wait for it two hundred miles further south, it is doubtful if lie would have seen of it even a vestige. It cannot melt away so quickly; a day amidst it satisfies anyone of so, much. Whither does it go ? Put that question to a sealer or a fisherman, and he will answer — ' It sinks.' ' But,' replies that cheerful and confident, gentleman, Mr. Current Impression, ' ice does not sink ; it floats.' Grave science, too, . says the same. I believe that ignorance is right for once. You are becalmed in the midst of floating ice ; the current bears you and it together, but next morning the ice lias vanished. You rub your eyes, but the fact is not one to be rubbed out ; the ice was, and isn't there ! No evidence exists that it can fly, like liclies; therefore I think it have seen it, too — not indeed in the very act of sinking, but so waterlogged as barely to keep its nose out. A block four cubic feet in dimension lay at a s...
SELECT POETRY. FASHIONABLE "LOVE." [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
SELECT POETIIY. ; '' FASHIONABLE 'LOYE.' I'.- _ I could love you dearest creature, Had you but a better rental ; You are fair of form and feature, And so sweetly sentimental. I could love you, fairest lady, . You should take my heart in keeping, But my income's rather shady, . - ' And your dress is very sweeping. And love wilhin a cottage Jo . Tinf*. t-iviirlnnntt ? Will Cupid make the pottnge, . - ?And will Amor pay the taxes ? I love you very clearly, And love says 'No longer tarry ? But I really don't see clearly How on earth we are to marry. Life can't be always Maying-— « -? ? ?- ? May-flowers fade, and so does pleasure, 'And you, doubtless, know tho saying, Wed in haste, repent at leisure.' To get married and be happy, Would most certainly be jolly ; But when you get old and ' chappy,' , We'd be rather melancholy. Tho parson he would 'jine us,' But my small amount at Oox's ' Would soon be on the mir.ua Side, with balls and opera boxes. Come, let's get tho parting over, We'll b...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
ALBURY. ' . Flour, fine, per. ton, £35. . ' Ditto, secondsj £^«_ \L - V Hay, ditto, £ LO ? . ' ... Wheat, ? , . Bran, ditto, 2s. Maize, ditto, 8s. to 8s. 6d^ —/ i ' Oats, ditto, ? ? ftjr Potatoes, per cwt., 14s. to 13s.