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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. A portion of the following was issued as an Extra ordinary on Wednesday.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
.... . , , . A'R'BI.VAIi,, OF THE . .';.'?':.' ENGIilSH MAIL. ; ; ? ? [BY ELEOIBIO TELEGBAPli.j [A portion. of the following was issued as an Extra ordinary ou Wednesday.] SYDNEY. . Tuesday, 6 p.m. TnE English mail has arrived .at Adelaide, bringing news to April 17th. The Prince and Princess of Wales wero at Constantinople., -??..- '? Severe gales' tiavo: occurred in the English channel. ? ??,??:???, Gladstone's Irish Church11 Disestablishment Bill has been ..carried^' a majority of 118, after a noisy debate over proposed amendments' by Disraeli. --.?:. ..« ; ?;-, : ?: ;.,ii--.:,.. -. '; ; No further Fenian convicts' are to be released than those thiuyiave already been announced. The FinHncial' Budget has :beqn favourably received. .?:.?.?.?»£!';*.?.?:'.??;?- '.';..?,,.:? : Agrarian outrages still cintinuo in Ireland. Prince Arthur has been cordially received in Dublin. ? , . ... '?'.'.:.. An Australian Telegraph Company with a pnr;t.,l ,.( j?o Bn^nnn :„ r-.r—.. j ? Eoverdy Johnson...
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
vSATURDAY^MAY; 15;, 1869; 'Is OOTlastissueiwe, referred to th'o desirability of having a proper approach- to the Gnndagai .Courthouse, and wo might have added that it was oven .more essential that the interiorof that building' should undergo' some repairs.! ';The roof1 is leaky' in maiiy places, a'ndthere is an uncertainty about the coiling that is very ? trying to tho 'nerves. The plaator, which is ? cracked and loose, overhangs inmates like the sword of Damocles. It may remain suspended for an indefinite period, but it may fall any day; and additional uncertainty exists as to; whether it will come down piecemeal, or will, all descend at once, like an avalanche, and overwhelm those who judge, those who are judged, and. those who .witness judgment. All men, wo think, will admit that, it is decidedly improper that such an element of dread and uncertainty should be added to the existing terrors of the law, and it is, therefore, ?with considerable satisfaction that ;wo record' that afr...
COMMERCIAL. GUNDAGAI. MR. J. B. RLWORTHY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
COMMERCIAL. GUNDAGAI. 1IR. J. D. EMVOIITOT'S REPORT. Tho demand for good store cattle continues. A few lots ore in the market, but the prices asked by holders are something beyond tho market value of the cattle. Tho solo of Mr McEvoy's hord at £4 lias created a falxo impression here, as holders of inferior stock ore in con sequence now asking £3. I havo-buyera ready for fair store cattlo at that prico, but for inferior ones this rate cannot bo obtained. I have still a lot of tho Muttama cattle in hand ; also a splendid fattening paddock to let on terms. WA8GA WAGGA. MES9R3.' OKO. FORSTTII Ann CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle. — The demand continues beyond the Bup ply. We havo sold a Bmall mob for B. F. Horsloy, Esq. Quotations— Bullocks, £5 to £6; cows, £i 5s to £5, according to quality. : Store Cattle.— For this description of Btock the de mand continues brisk, and wo have buyers for largo numbers nt top prices. .Wo have sold 1000 head for A. G. Jones, Esq., this week, to a Ballorat buyer ...
(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
(from our correspondent.) May 14th. — The weather has been frosty and showery this week, leading our residents to appreciate the comforts of a warm fire-side in tho evenings, and of extra clothing in the day timo. Tho constant migration of flocks from tho Upper Tumut and Kiandra proves that king Frost has also made his appearance in those quarters, and 1 must aua tnas tno splendid condition of tho returning sheep speaks well for tho grazing quarters these regions afford during the summer months. On Thursday, the 15th inst., the Rev. P. P. Agnow preached in tho Odd Fellows' Hall, and next Sunday week ho is to deliver a farewell discourso there. Tho hall was well filled on the occasion I refer to. On Monday morning Mr. A. D. Sheppard was compelled to send for the police to arrest a person in his employ of the name of Daxon. The unfortunate man, who is well known in this township, and who is subject to periodi cal attacks of iiiBanity, threatened Mr. Shepr pard with an axe, abd intimat...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
nv,! .??:??? ?;!.?' TUMUT. (FBOK OUB CORnESPONDENT.) ... May .13in.^rThis week I have scarcely a local -incident that can be workod up into a. readable paragraph, as I conscientiously abstain, even' iii the present dearth of news, ? from repeating town tattle, or retailing the authentic information supplied ? by our local Mrs. Gamps and Mrs. Harrises as to domestic broils and neighbours' quarrels. By the way this latter Bourco of. popular . amusement has lately furnished an episode which has afforded muctitfobcTfo'r talk to the frequenters of our policeicourt. . . . ' Under, such circumstances your readers musfrcst contented with Bnch scraps of news ?„ .as I can furnish, and must bear in miud that ^'no.news is preferable to bad nem The ?:-! weather -still : continues very mild for the season with an occasional frost at night ; sheep in countless numbers pass through town on their' homeward journey; Mr. and Mrs. C. Simpson have relinquished the innkeeping ..,. 'feiwincss in Tumut and...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
TO ME EDITOB. Sm, — The onigma given below appeared in tho lost 'Sydney Mail,' and on reading it over I distinctly dis covered the 'double entendre,' and I felt an sure of the mark as Hamlet 'did on a certain occasion, -when ho said, 'Deadl for a ducat, dead,' -but my feelings wore decidedly different from tho royal Bane's as you will oubtless discern dircctlv : — Tours truly, Hay 5th, 18G9. GRATIS. Enigma. , I am a river both famous and strong, And the rocks all resound with tho voice of my song; ? I'm tho leader of danger, of doubt, and despair, I'm always in England, yet dwell in Kildaro ; I travel'd with Adam when banished away, But still I'm in Eden to this very day, I was but a trianglo when Greece long ago By stratagem managed old Troy to o'erthrow. ? . ' A. A. Monnis, Casailis-. Answer. I begin with delight, and in duty am bound To rovcal your enigma with echoing sound. In the riddle my namesake profusely abounds, And my old Grecian form now to music resounds ; As of yore, I...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
TO' MB EDITOR. gin, ? Can you inform mo who in in charge of tho reading room now ! On thrco occasions during tho past week I havo found tho periodicals at tho mercy of tho public. I Bay periodicals! I mean tho few that-I Baw, but whore tho rest are I cannot say. Tho Illustrated LnnAnn News. Punch, and Pun are now seldom to bo seen. I submit, sir, that members ought not to remove any serial from tho reading room tablo until it is replaced by a now monthly part, and oven then not without tho knowlodgo of tho librarian, who should bo provide! with a proper book for tho purpose. I am told that the now -books may bo expected soon, and I hope our sooioty will then bo conducted with some regularity, otherwise I am afraid it will speedily bo numbered amongst tt« thing* that we. AMEUBEB,
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
NEWS OF THE WEEK. It is. satisfactory to be able to state that the cause of education has not been neglected at the Adelong . CrOssing-place. A tolorably com modious slab building has been erected as a provisional school, and a Government allow ance and a supply of books have been accorded to the schoolmaster, Mr. Dodd. The number of scholars on the class-roll is, we believe, satisfactory,'1 . the population, and; scattered position of the residences in that locality being taken into consideration, and wo are informed that the -attendance . of. tlio pupils is regular. — l.an dava — TifiTT/*' nlmf !«««« ptiIIpH ?^i'tt*,,*'hii /mil-_ struction of. the proposed public school, which has been long delayed owing to the Bomewhat magnificent ideas the colonial architect, who furnished plans, seems to entertain of the accommodation required for a bush school house. We shall be glad presently to record that the public-school building is an established fact ; meantime, it is gratifying to know...
FRIDAY, May 14TH.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
Friday, May 14th.— Before the Police Magistrate. .?.'.? James Keown summoned Thomas Ghalder for £7 8s. balance of 15 weeks' wages at 7s. a day. Defendant, showed, that complainant had only worked 78 days, and put in a set-off proving that he only owed complainant £2 lls. Cd. Complainant had left his employ ment suddenly, stating that his children were ill with fever, and had come drunk to ask for tho balance due to him on several occasions, therefore had not been paid. Judgement for complainant for £2 15s., his worship , express ing his opinion that complainant's behaving as he did was, under present circumstances, very discreditable. '
BURRABGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
?BUSBAsa.ona.; , Flour, per ton, £12 to £18 .:??',: i ?'-?:?' .. . Hay, ditto, £8 ,- ' , ;-.:; : : ,j .. : . |. ? ? ' Bran; per-buahel, Is ?- - . ? -, '. Maize ditto, '6s to 6s 6di ' V. Oats ditto, 7n to 7e 6d -1- ?? ' : ' Potatoes, per ton, £12 .-:.' -.,':. .,?]'-'
GREENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
OSBUFELJC.'-' Flour, ptr ton, £13 to £14 ' . -'? . '.' . Bran, por bl jhel,i Is 6d . -: ?,.'.-? \, ?,.'. ; ,-. Maise, dittp,;8s to 8» ,??-??.'.,-.. ., ,.?-? HBy, p»r ton, £8, . ?''.'' r - '-,' .'. Chair; dttto, £':'?'. ' ' .' '. V, !;1;'';' Oats, per bushel 7s : ' ? ' ; '?'?'- ? ? -Potatoes, per. o'wt'l7ti ?.-.:,-:. ?:?:?!??:?.!??
FLOODS IN THE HAWKESBURY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
FLOODS IN THE HAWKESBURY DISTRICT. The heavy rains which have visited tho Metropolis during the Agricultural Society's Exhibition have extended over the wholo county of Cumberland, and along the coast as far as Newcastle, and as a consequence the lowlying districts by tho Hawkesbury river have been flooded. The ' S. M. Herald ' states that on Saturday last, in consequence of a telegram received, boats ana .crows were forwarded by Goyenj -jent, per railway, to ?the scene of disaster, some going to Windsor and some to Ponrith. At the former place ^the water had stretched away over the flat land between Windsor and Richmond, and Wilbcr force and Pitt Town, in one continuous lake. It had reached the tops of the growing maize, and was eddying down Rickaby's Creek a perfect torrent, the course of the channel being indicated only by the stream. During Saturday night the rain continued, the river had- risen 9 feet on Sunday morning, and though tho flood could not bo compared to that of 1867...
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
WAQOA WAQGA.: ' Flour, fine, per tohj £1 . ' -: ;'?-?( ' Oats, per bushel; 7s 6d': : :: ?'? ??? ?'? Maize, ditto-8s Bd - - - Wheat, ditto, 4s 6J ,; : . ..: Potatoes, per owt 16§ ., ? . Uay, por ton, £10 ? ' :
Y A S S. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
X'ASSy '.'.'?. Flour, 6ne, per ton, £1& ' . , . ,; , .'-?, Beconda.ditto £14 ? Hay ditto, £5 ', ' ' . ;'. .' ' . ? .' Bran, per bushel, Is .: : Whoatditfo,4J toi4i6J' ...-.,. - -?;?:.. Maiieditto,- 5s to Ss Bl. .. . ,-. ; ; OatB ditto, 4s to 4s 6J ,..,?' . Potatoes, per owt., 6a to G* - ,' : ;'?
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
srDimr.:'. : .. Flour, per ton, £13 to £16, ..: ? ? ' Whtnt, por buahelSs 6d' .' ,' ': ' . . Maize'ditto;.4i . : ? ' ':: Oats ditto,' 8a 6d: '? ' ? -' : ' Bran por bushel la 2d .?' ' Potatoes, per ton £6 ' : : . ? . Hay, ditto,' £3 to £4, .; .'
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 15 May 1869
? OOULBUBir. Flour, fine, per ton, £14 to £15' ' ' . Hay dittoi £4 to £6 ' '- . ; '?' ' '' Wheat, per bushel,- Bt ?' ' ? / ; Oata per bushel 4s to 6a . .... ' , , Maize ditto; 6s 6d .;.,- .'?-,' '? Oheeaoper Ib61 ' ? . '.'.'.''..'?'? Bicon per lb 6d to 7J ' , . ? ??'?;. ' Potatoes.'por owt; 5«6d to 6»;;i;'' '?' ? ?'. Onions per lb 3d i '?' ' ;?:::;:?] ? , .-; Flour, fine, per toni £11 to £131 ' - ? 1 ' Hay, ditto, £1 to £4 16a it-; 1 ? -, Wheat, per bushel,,4s 3d ' ., ,. , Bran, ditto, Is.. ? ? ' ' .'..'., ? ' Maize, ditto, 4s6dtci 6s. ' V '' '. :: .- : :Oats;-dittb;'6s' ?' ??''? ?' ' ; ?''??? ?' ' : - - ? :Potatooa, per ton, £3to £10.1 : ' 1 ? . -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 May 1869
Wanted A NURSE GIRL. Apply to il. Mrs. LBATHEM, (Norton's Cottage,) Gundogai. Lf- Wanted 7X A GOOD VINEYARD HAND. None but aJom potent person need apply to Mr. FOERESTIER, Godaro, near Adelong. Wanted / ACOMPETBNT BUTCHER. Applyto }?% l * W. MBNLOVE, ?^— — Adelong, £/ Wanted J- A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply at ?XX Tho Mona Isle Hotel, Tumut. X-& Waited a~5~ A GOOITGENERAL SBRVANT. Apply to Dr. JA. COBBETT, Gundaiai Hospital, any morning before 11 o'clock. I 0 StoreJJattle. JT WANTED 200 GOOD STORE CATTLE in small or large lots. G. R. M. COLLINS. Kimo. Q Tuition. ^? IT ANTED, by a respectable elderly man, an engage M ment as TUTOR. Would havo no objection to act as Storekeeper, Bookkeeper or other occupation. A moderate salary only required. The highest reference as to sobriety, competency, and general demeanour can be given by applying to Mr J. B. ELWORTHY, or to G. P. H., Post office, Tumut Bank of lieu South Wales/ / ADELON& A D GUNDAGAI. / \f ONDAY NEXT, 4th insta...
COMMERCIAL. WAGGA WAGGA. MESSRS. GEO. FORSYTH AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 22 May 1869
COMMERCIAL. WAGGA WAGGA. MESSRS. OEO. rORSTTH AND CO.'S REPORT. FatCattlo. — Beyond local requirements tho supply falls short of the demand. Our soles are 60 head, at a Batisfaotory price for cash. We quote bullocks £5 to £6, and cows £i to £5, according to quality. Fat Sheep, — Transactions' limited in consequence of the shortness of supply. Prime fat wethen are worth 0s to 10s on the station. Store Cattle. ? All mobs in our hands are under oner and now being inspected and no doubt will be approved. The demand increases and prices tend in sellers' favor. Store Sheep.— Storo sheep are in request. The late advance ia well maintained. GOULBURN. MESSRS. F. 8. COHKH AXD CO.'S REPORT. Fat Cattle ore still in demand, and 'prices remain firm at hist week's quotations. Wo sold draft cows on ac count of Mr Calloghy at £S, and quote best bullocks £6 to £8 ; medium to good, £1 15s to £5 10s. Store Cattle.— Wo have buyers prepared to give good value for any good cattle if well-bred and suitable...