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COMMERCIAL REPORT. TUMUT, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
COMMERCIAL REPORT. Tumut, Saturday.' I rnE recent slight fall of rain had the effect of Check ing the upward tendency of flour, as will be seen below. Holders of floar hold firmly at £40, and al though by some it is quoted at a lower figure, yet we are given to understand that it is not procurable under £4 per bag. The hot dry weather which now prevails will greatly militate against the oat crop, in fact there will be no oatt at all in this district this season. It is fervently hoped that at the change of the moon a change will also take place in the weather, otherwise the maize crop will be as Bmall as the oat.
LOCAL SKETCHES—NO. II. A SHORT ARGUMENT ABOUT PRETTY GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
LOCAL SKETCHES— No. II. ( Per favor of the Tumut $ Adelong Times.) A Shobt Argument about Phetty Guils. It is a remarkable fact that you may draw pretty ac curate conclusions from the good or bad looks of people upon their respective moral and physical con ditions. I heard myself an eminent pulpit orator saying that God loves beauty, and so he does, un doubtedly ; I daresay he hates ugliness and furnishes those whom he dislikes with this defect. There is another fact, you will often find a race of pretty, or handsome women in one countrv or Drovinnn. « different cut of the jib in another ; beauty is excep tional everywhere, and shows itself of a different stamp or style. Now in the province next to the one of Eldorado, you will find all the girls pretty good ljoking, almost an English look about them, and still the population is composed of natives and descendants of so many different nations. You will see there a healthy freshness, no languid charms, im pressed upon all faces, a li...
[TUOHY, MURPHY AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
[tuohy, mubpht AND CO.] Report small stocks on hand, and quote flour at £35 per ton ; wheat, per bushel, 15s ; maize, ditto, 7s ; bran and pollard, per ton, £7 ; potatoes, ditto, £12 ; butter, per lb, Is 6d ; bacon, ditto, Is ; eggs, pur dozen, Is.
[WATSON AND TURNBULL] [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 November 1865
[WATSON AND TtJBNBUIiX.] Report aB follows We have to advise a Blight de crease in priceB ; we are now offering flour at £40 per ton ; seconds, ditto, £38 ditto ; wheat, per bushel, 14s 6d ; maize, ditto, 8s 6d ; potatoes, per cwt., 12s ; bran, per bushel, Ib 6d ; butter, fresh or Bait, per lb Is 3d , bacon, per fi-, lOd ; eggs, per dozen, 1b ; hay, per ton, £12.
GLEANINGS. A COLOURED CAMP MEETING AND NEGRO SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
GLEANINGS. A COLOURED CAMP MEETING AND NEQRO SERMON. .??A correspondent of the ''New York World' thus describes a |i coloured camp meeting of Metho dists he attended recently at Little Egg J-NecK, Monmouth County, New Jersey. After a few intro ft . ductory remarks, he proceeds as v follows : — we arrived on tne ground at nve o'clock, when the afternoon meet ing was done, and the uninterest character of the exercises at first disposed us to melancholy and regret that we had ridden so far to sri little purpose. . . Theltev. JoelJones, of Brighton, espied us, however, and asked us to ioin his table for supper. The table stood in the rear of his bush tent, and was covered with cedar boughs for a canopy. The following was the blessing asked by the Rev. J. J. : — ' For dese and oder combustibles be world widout end, and to the ;ebincation of the haethen be de glory and honour. Even so : Oh ! Amen.' t ...... i The meal consisted of bacon, clams, cheese, and fresh eggs, with very excellent ...
SELECT POETRY. LINES TO A YOUNG LADY OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
SELECT POETRY. LINES TO A YOUNG LADY OF FASHION; I love thee for thy chignon, for the boss of purchased hair, Which thou hast on thine occiput the oharming taste to wear, Oh, what a grace that ornament unto thy poll doth lend, Wound on what seems a curtain-rod with knobs at either end ! . I love thee for the rosea, purchased too, thy checks ' that deck, ane lines likewise mat aaorn iny peany-powaerea neck, And all that sweet M illusion ' that, o'er thy features. . spread, Improves the poor reality of Nature's white and red. I love theo for the muslin and the gauze about thee bound, . Like endive that in salad doth a lobster's tail sur : ; : r round, ;' %J ? And oh !? I love tlieo for the boots thine anklea that protect, So proper to the manly style young ladies now affect. I love thee for thy figure not ; there may, for aught I see, The clothes-frame of a draper's shop inside all that neoaa Ka I ($o not love thee for thy face, do but thy Burface know, The picture 'tis I value, not t...
Latest Telegrams SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
? ?? ;--^|fel;^&gram&^^- ?: [from our own correspondent.] ;: SYDNEY. . ...-.? , Wednesday, 6 p.m. The Treasurer has announced that he will make his financial statement a fortnight hence. The Estimates are now laid on the table. It is proposed to expend from the general revenue £41,000 less than last year. The sum total, with special appropriations now amount to £1,876,520, The Mudgee mail was robbed on Saturday. No sigh of the English mail yet. National School.- — The annual examination of tbe Tumut National School children will take place on Friday, December 1st., at which the public will be permitted to judge for them selves as to the proficiency made since last year under Mr. McCutcbeon's tuition. ; - Horse Sales. — We remind our readers of Mr. Elwortby's sale of horses ; also of a pound sale, ibis day at. noon. . ? J
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
ALBURY. . ._ _ Flour, fine, per ton. £B^ ' iU Vf Ditto, seconds, £34 si r3*T Hay, ditto, £10 -j ^ Wheat, .7 Brau, ditto, 2s. . . .. Maiae, ditto, 8s. to 8a. 6xh ' ' Oats, ditto, S». to 8s 6d : -; ' ?: - :' ?': Potatoes, per cwt., 14s. to 15s.
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
%u%\ k $tmzl $$ri%m . Obituary.— ' la the midst of life we 'are in death,' has again been truly verified during the past few days. On Sunday morning information was brought into town that our respectedrneighbour Henry Wilkinson had gone to ' that bourne from whence no traveller returns.' His illness was of short duration, for loss than two months ago he might have been seen riding about apparently as hale and hearty as need be. He was, however, suddenly attacked with a malady, and after awhile be was conveyed to Gundagai for. hospital treat ment, where he remained for five or six weeks. On -Friday last, at his desire, he was brought home to his residence, when Dr. Large held a consultation with Dr. Falder of Adelong ; tbe rpsult was that an operation was performed, after which the deceased appeared greatly relieved, but about, dawn of tbe following day he breathed his last. The deceased, who was in the prime of life, was the third son of the late Mr. William Wilkinson of Turaut Rive...
BRAID WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
BRAIDWOOD/ Flour, fine, per ton £31 Ditto, seconds, ditto £30* Wheat, best sample^- per bushel, 12ft Bran, per bushel, 2a ' ' Maize, ditto 6s 6d i - ., Oats^ ditto none Potatoes, per cwt* 10s ' Hay, oaten, per tog £ia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
IIolloway's Ointment and Pills. — Abs- ces^CjErysipelas, Piles. — Unvaryino/suaeess' ajjendsfall who tYeat these diseases/acoordi/lg to the simple printed directions wrapped roiuncl each pot and box \of Hollo way's medicainents. They are invaluabte to the young and timid, whose bashfulness\ sometimes endangers life. A little attention, mVderate perseverance, and trifling expense, will ^taable the most diffident to, cond,uct a°7 case Vfa happy issue without exposing secret infirmit\s. to anyone. The Ointment arrests the spreading inflammation, restrains the excite! yesseV cools the 'over-' heated skin, alleviates throbblW and smarting paitis.'and gives great easV The printed directions for the use of theXOintaient also clearly point out when and boy Holloway's Pills are to be taken, that their JtarifyiDg and regulating powers mey assist- by adjusting and strengthening the constitution.— -Adv.
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
GOULBURN. ' . , Flour,, fine, per ton, £3S , ? . ? Ditto Beconds^ £32 Hay ditto, £12 uacertam Wheat, per bushel, lls 6d nominal , Maize ditto* 6a rerj scarce Oats ditto, none Potatoes, 8s per cw t.
THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD. Now that the terror Inspired by the apprehension of »n importation of deceased cattle from England has passed away, the people of Ireland have more leiBure to bestow on the politioal epidemic which paBBea under the name of Fenians. There is no doubt, not only as to the existence of a conspiracy taking tbafc name, but of its widespread combinations all over the aurface of the country, with affiliated Branches in America; Why this new plot against England and English-institutions, with 'Ireland for the Irish' as ita motto, is called Fenians, no man outside the conspiracy knows; and what end the Fenians exactly propose to themselves probably no man outside the conspiracy is accurately aware of. All that seems to have transpired is that the poor Irishmen who have, or ar e supposed to have, hereditory instincts of hostility to England, are every now and then way-laid m tho mountains or other out-of-the-way places, and prevailed upon to take an oath of allegiance t...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
y ,';' . YASS. ' ??' '?/?--''? Flour, fine, per ton, rn- qwluli #J (f Ditto se.con.d8,, ^. . f» . ... .Hay ditto,. £10- O-»-|/^^^ Bran, per bushel,49B4feh *«L-jb-^* , ? i Wheat ditto,4UfeUg l^S^flojfcrafll 2 Maize ditto, 6s. 6d. '??-~W*~- ^~~ Oats ditto, 4s to' 4s 3d ?' '' ' : Potatoes, per cwt., 10s. to 12s «.- ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
J. B, ELWORTHY, BOOKSELLEB, STATIOISTEB, AND,x GENERAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER. TUMUT $ ADELONG TIMES OFFICE, EUS9EI/L-8TBEET, TFMUT, T-ESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention Xii of the public to the fact that his itock of 1* both large and varied, which, together with complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to execute any kind of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING With which he may be favoured, with credit to himself and sutiifaction to his patrons. Billheads Circulars Receipt Books Cheque Books Pro. Note Boois Pamp&leta Catalogues ; Handbills Law Forms Business and Show Cards. A. STOCK OP COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, AND COLOURED INKS, A1WXYS OK HAND. Order* 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. jLg Education. /&, MR. W. BEDDEWIG, Teacher of Pianbforte _ and Languages, is prepared to give lessons in the said branches of Education. Terms ;? ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 16 November 1865
During the debate in the Legislative Assembly last week on tbe subject of tbe unexpended grants of money for minor roads, Mr. Smart Baid that ' some misapprehension appeared to ' exist in reference to the expenditure of this ' money on tbe minor roads of the colony. x\.v waa um very weu conversant wuu me 'routine, but he believed tbe practice had been ?'? for some years that the trustees, or some one 'on their behalf, applied for the money granted ' by Parliament. The Lands Department sent 'authority to the Treasury to pay the money 'to these trustees. But during the last four ' or five months it had been impossible to spend 'any money at all on the roads, the weather ' had been so dry. (Laughs r, and ' that is ' * just ; the' time to repair them.') He pointed ' out to boii. meinbi-rs that a very large sum 'had already been expended on the minor ''roads, and more woul I be expended before ' the year was out. The Government had not 'screwed down the niom-y voted for minor ' roads, as...