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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

TUMUT. On Wednesday last the annual picnic in connection with the Tumut Plains Public School came off, and.it was largely attended, not onlj by childien, hut by quite a nunibei of adults fiom ,Tumut. The Plains people supplied 'an abundance of provisions, in response to the teacher's (Mr. S. Richaidson's) appeal. Eveijone speaks well of the manner in which they were tieated The Tumut Band was in attendance,, and played in spiring music, and dancing on tho gieen swaul was appieciated. Messis. Donaldson, G. Newman, J. J. Hume, R A. Newman, and J Weedon gave donations for competition by the childien, and Messis. Madden, G. James, and W T Ilowitt collected a nice sum, which was uin oft foi Befoie the close of the day Mr. R M Shelley pioposed a heaity voto of thanks to the Town Band for then goneiosity, which was , 1 csponded to 111 three unging cheeis. The majouty of the Plains ladies weie piosent, and attended to the tables, and they, m conjunction with the toachei and his amiable wife...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

TELSCxlUMS. Svdn i\, 'Juesday It is probable that tho Bubgot debate will bo postponed this week, owing to the absence of Mr. lioid. The Premier says tho swearing in of the Governor-General will not take place on Circular Quay, but piobablj on tho enst side of Farm Cove. Delegates from tno cnaninors 01 ivianuiac lurorsof tho. five colonies assembled jcstci day to arrange the Fedeial Taiiff Ml Dei ham (Victoria), tho piesident in his in augural :address s nd wh it he wanted the delegates to cbnsidei was that piotccliomsts did not consider new tn\i tion necensaTy We believe that the C^cld of good seasons would regulato matters ! ml theiefoie thej must have no gloomy forebadings in regard , to Federal finance. Mr. Forsyth, in course of his bapors, advocated, as a means of en couraging agriculture, an export county of 3d per bushel on wheat, and- '18s per ton on Jlour. Sir Joseph Abbott has been ill during tbpL week, but is now improving. A cable has been received from Lord Roberts regre...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

ADELONG CROSSING. A meliing ofiilie Paik trustees was held in tbo local ball on Saturday, af temoon last, , w hen . there were piesent — Messi?. J Turner (in tho chan), W l[auns, A Neiberdeng, and \V D. Ileathei (secietary)'.-^ - An inspection of the Park :\vas made. The trees and shrubs looked well, and wero growing splendidly. When the members re-assembled, the minutes of the previous meeting were road and duly confirmed. Tho secretary reported that work authoused in connootion witb ceiling the.,- hall had bepn! completed; After! inspection, the tiustees woro highly pleased with tlio,. work- done. Tho following accounts, wei'e handed in by the seciot.uy — ^SaxtQii & Binns, tim btji, £1 3,2s, tiamage, £2#s,-2d ; Jo Neve, nails, 3s , A., Turner, carriage on timbei, 10s , plantuig ornampntal tiee3, 8s ; J. T. Nove, ceiling hall, JB'l. Tho accounts veie passed for pay ment The seoietaiy stated that the building account now showed a debit balance of £i 28,3d. The holding of a b...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

That's it ! You^o ^tuiok 'it. O-3. A. Phillips' just IS tlio plii'cVTo hjno your lcpaiis executed.' IIo' combines durability of woik with the very best and shongest loathoib.* ' , ,/ ' W. II. Powlll's for Choice and 'Season, able Fuiit,* - ^. , ? ?)'-'-?: „:?'..'??'!

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

GILM0RE. ?? '-: 9 (Fiom our own Conespondent.)1'0 Tun Cricketers' Ball, which eventuated last Friday night, at Mr. W. Butler's residence, was a great and iinpara lolled .success, especially from a finan cial view. In point of attendance, it was equal to anything ever 'held in this part, and immeasurably ahead of the majority of such functions. There was nothing that could not fail to.iui press visitors, and that was how sadly handicapped tho lovers of the light fantastic are for a hall with plenty of space and a good floor, on wnich to gyrate. We have undoubtedly always felt that we wanted some such- -place of meeting for social. enjoyment'; ^and a hall would therefore be a decided gain to our little community. Not withstanding, tho room was gaily decorated with a profusion of greenery, and about 80 couples danced, and otherwise enjoyed themselves with a heartiness worthy oE tho occasion. -The marked geniality porvadingjhe assom blago was everywhere noticeable, and tho spirit of goo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING. GEAGHAN-BALLARD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

WEDDING. GE AGHAN— BALLAED. A vi hy piotty wedding was solemnised in St. Patuck's Chinch, Giahamstown, on Wodnosday lasi, 8id inst , when Mi. W Goaghau, second son of JUi W. Geaghan, of Gundagai (foimeily of Adelong), was united in the bonds nf inntiimonv With MlSS Nellie Ballaid, second daughter of _Mi b Ballaid, of Giahamstown Iho chinch was beautifully decoiated with rpalms, hhos, otc, by the Misses Ada Guuau and Ada Goiman.! Long be-, foio the hour appointed foi the ceie mony, which was peifouncd by Rov. Fathei Hanrahan, the chuich was dowded with fuends and well wisheis, all eager to catch a ghmpso of tho pietty bndo as she .passed up the aisle on tbo aim of hei fatboi, by whom she was given away. The bade looked lovoly, and hcL appoaianco was enhanced by the beautiful budal cos tume, which » consisted of a lovely gown of norywhito silk, the bodice and sleeves tuinmcd' with exquisite chiilon lace, headed with handsome pearl trimming, ,aud satin nbbon stioamorpv , The Jong tiain...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

TOWN TALK. (By ' Echo.') That ft safo rnocaution about this biidbon of tbo year is to cauy a dust coat acioss one aim, a fm-lmod coat acioss tho othoi1, a mackintosh, .in 4 umbiella, and a copy of WhittakeiS 'almanac for lendy lefcionco us to Uio 'ipaiticnlar vauoty of weathoi likely to %o on Up foi bioakfast, dmuoi, and tea ' If Whittakei s vacio mccum isn t hn/ncly, just ling up Wi.iggo, who will ' piob.ibly inuttoi ',' Tbo Adelong 'Turiiut 'district— whoio tbo Soe-Lyne is1 that ' ' Must bo a hoavonly abode, '\ 'for I lmow all tbo waim cornois in -rjtho other pluco ' ' '' That two young mou of IVmiit town lmd a dill of opin (fust timo on lccoid) as to which seemed tbo sweet est smile 'fiom a leceiitly-anivcd young lady Tlcsvlt, one oicleied cofleo and pistols foi two, bi't only tbo challengoi kepoLho appointment, und, in addition, as tbo minutes went by not one second appealed ' Now, it is ' e\ha ' caLoful tho challenged one is, for he goes aimed a\ lib a nJvolvei, and genoially h...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

MARRIAGE.     GEAGHAN— BALLARD.— On October 3, 1900, at St. Patrick's Church, Grahams- town, by the Rev. Father Hanrahan, William James Geaghan, second son of Mr. W. T. Geaghan, of Gundagai, to Ellen (Nellie), second daughter of Mr. Samuel Ballard, of Grahamstown. DEATH SMITH.— On. Sept. 23, at Nynmgee (N.SW.) Frederick William Smith, eldest son of Margaret Smith, of Tumut-road, Adelong,   aged 40 years, [Inserted by his mother and sister, M. and C. Smith].     ' fph© 4A. § -P. ejepre^s.' ' TUESDAY, dCTOBEE 9, 1900.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 9 October 1900

GENEKAL. The Premier has intimated that ho intends shortly to bring in. a bill to remedy tho Eloctoral Act, so that oloc toi's' rights will bo unnecessary except in largo cities. IIo slated also that tho stamping of electors' rights was not needed. ' Tho writer of tho ' Sandy ' papers, ' Tho Cynic,'; has written what is porhaps ono of -his best efforts for-cho' Exi'Htsb, but which from sheov prjos suro upon our space, we are com pelled to hold over until ouv next issue. Don't bo blnilcd by havollois, but loavo your oidors with Jackson, tho Local Tailor, opp. MonyfuH's' ' Porsons requiring cards for tomor row's races at Tumut can proouro thorn at tho Expkess Office. Tho ton dor of tho' proprietor of tho'Esntuss has boon accepted for the printing and publishing of tho cards for the moot ing- ' Mr. Price, tho well-known handi cappoy, has boon on a visit to Mr. 'II. Butler's at Greonhills for'a few days.' Ho is now in Tumut', having been on gaged to handicap tho h'orsos nomin ated for t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Salvation Army. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

The Salvation Army. (To the Editor,) Sir. — Will you allow me to write a few lines to your paper upon the above body as to their methods in Adelong ? I quite agree, sir, that the Salvation Army has done a great deal of good in the world, particularly in large cities. I have nothing to write against them, except that, for the life of me, I fail to see why they make such a persistent noise while carrying out their street meetings. Last Tues day night there was a fearful noise caused by one good man with a loud voice and a drum. Surely the Army can conduct religious gatherings more quietly, and niy cuvn Idea is that they would do more good if they did so. I notice the Army is not strong in num bers in Adelong. In wishing them success, if they quieten down, I hope our friends will do so. Why can't they go into a building, like other bodies? — I am, etc., A WELL-WISHEE, [We sympathise with our corres pondent, who is apparently a man of nerves ; but, as far as Adolong is concerned, there ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Morgan" Cup Football Competition. (To tho Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

The ' Morgan ' Cup Football Competition. , (To the Editor.) Sir, — In your issue of the 2nd inst. appears a letter signed ' Ilumula.' ' When you have no argument abuse the other side ' appears to bo the motto followed by ' Ilumula.' Ho calls me a 'youth.' Well, I know I am a better man than ' Humula ' oilhor on or off tho football Held. Ho says my statements arc false, but why does ho not contradict one or all of them ? Simply because; ho cannot. Now I will point out his inaccuracies. He asks why these uttiicks are not taken to the place concerned. Let me inform him that they have, and on more than one occasion. His resume of the competition is hard to under stand. Hero is mine. Hutnula journeyed to Wagga and were beaten. Then Tarcutta visited Humula and wore beaten. And how ? Ask the Humula captain. Then Tarcutta went to Wagga, but the ground being under water — Wagga said thoy could not secure another, although they had notified in the Wagga ' Express ' that a ground was procurabl...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

OUR OPEN COLUMN. We gladly give space to the opinions of cor respondents on public matters, but ab solve ourselves from any responsibility. Tho name of each correspondent must accompany letters to bo inserted under this head, not necessarily for publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

FOUR YEARS ILL HEALTH. Sleepless, Weary and Depressed. RELIEF DESPAIRED OF: But a 'Friend in Need.' Tho Case of MRS. SUSAN BASTOCK. {For the Star.) $, Mrs. Susan Bastoclc, who lives at No. 72 Bay-street, Glebe, Sydney, welcomed tho newspaper man with much politeness, and on the lalUT announcing that his visit was paid with t!:o object of eliciting the facts relating to that lady's critical illness and her extraordinary recovery therefrom through the administration of Clemonts Tonic, he was soon seated in tho front parlor, where Mrs. Ba^tocU readily assented to supply him with every detail connected with her case. 'To look at mo now you would hardly thinU that I am tho mother of a family of thirteen children, and considering tho great deal of sull'ding which I have gono through I ought to be — and indeed I am — very thankful for my present good state of health. Tho great physical strain of rearing such a large family must, have weakened my system terribly, for'it ultimately resulted ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

USE WEBBER'S VIT AD ATI 0 FOR YOUR HEALTH. There is only one ' Vitadatio ' in the world, and that is Webber's. You cannot afford to play with your health, so be sure you got the Genuine Article. LADIES ! VITADATIO IS YOUR FRIEND. TRY VITADATIO AND LIVE. VITADATIO IS A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. ? Castlemaine-street, Yarraville, ? .,.-?? Victoria, July 7, 1899. MR. pALMF.lt. Sir,— Words cannot express my gratitude to you for what your wonderful herbal re medy, VITADATIO, has done for me. For years I have not known what health was, and at times ' life was just a misery.' Doc tors and Herbalists were in vain, and I was told there was ' no euro ' for my complaint. Hoping that some other poor sufferer may benefit by this, I give you leave to use it as you like. Anyone wishing to know further, can do so by writing to me. I remain, E. SPEAR. : This Testimonial is one of the many that I have received from ladies, who have proved the eflieacy of this great herbal remedy. Ladies, I advise you to cal...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

SPEING GOODS! , ;;? . . SUMMER GOODS! To the LADIES of ADELONG and DISTRICT — Wo have made many extensive preparations foL' the COMING- SEASON, and feel confident that our efforts will be appreciated, by, you;' We aro acknowledged the LEADING STOBEKEEPERS of ADELONG, and are. determined to uphoid our reputa tion as such. Our NEW GOODS arc nowarriviug daily, and we feel sure we will have the best and choicest assortment ever displayed in the district. LACES.- LACKS. EMBROIDERIES. EMBROIDERIES. ' We have such a Choice Assortment of These. Also. Prints, Zephyrs, Ribbons.. Collarettes/. Blouses,. Gloves, ' ; Chiffons (a splendid lot), Silks, Dress Materials, Muslins ' hVall shades, Laoe Curtains, Parachutes,' Art Muslins, ? - '' ' Cretonnes, &c. ...... ? . Our MILLINERY is known far and wide. We can now suit you even ? . better than-- ever,,, as 'Mks.'PEAECE b as' j specially selected all our Hats; Trimmings; '&c;, from ;ther lleading 'Houses in ;:.''' '?' 'Sydney. ' ' ....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gilmore Cricketers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

The Gilmore Cricketers' Ball. The following are the names of the ladies who attended the above ball, to gether with a list of the dresses worn, a report of which we were compelled to hold over from last issue : — Miss Beattie — Black skirt, cream blouse. Miss Back— Black skirt, pink bodice. Miss Claffey— White muslin dress. Miss E. Claffey — Dress of white lawn and lace. ' Miss Cherrie — Dress of white muslin, finished with frills of chiffon and red roses. Miss Callaway — White lawn dress, lace trimming. Miss E. Callaway — Cream miisjin. Miss F. Carter — Black skirt, pink crepon bodice finished with cream lace and ribbon. Miss A. Cnrter — White muslin dress, with sash of black chiffon. Miss Davis— White dress, lace and pink, ribbon. Miss Donnelly (Tumut) — Black skirt, bodice of black and white check silk. Mrs. Evans (Tumbarumba) — Dress of white muslin. Miss Hoad (Tumut)— Black silk skirt, with cream cashmere bodice. Miss M'Grath (Tumut) — Grey skirt, cream silk bodice, trimmed wit...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT ADRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

MOUNT ADRAH. (From our own Correspondent) At the last meeting of the Mt. Adrah Pro gress Committee (Mr. .T. Jordan, Chairman, presiding), the Secretary was instructed to write the District Inspector, asking that the (i acres of land dedicated for school purposes be fenced, as, owing to the number of chil dren riding to school, the present enclosed yard was insufficient. After some discussion, the Chairman was instructed to attend the Adelong Progress Committee meeting, to (if necessary) lay the views of this committee be fore them. The Chairman then reported the result of the delegates' visit to Adelong to meet the Ministerial party. He also in formed the members that since the last meet ing the Cemetery Site hnd been permanently surveyed, and that a report re the proposed Park Site had been obtained and forwarded to the department. In general matters, things are very quiet. Shearing is proceeding smoothly at Yab' tree. Mr. G. Cole has opened a promising show nt Yabtree, which is ab...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

? GENERAL. — — ♦ *? — ? -. '? '.The Federal ^Commissioner (Mr. Oliver) does not trunk 100 square miles nearly^.enoiigh~-.-foil- -the Federal Capital. Mr. David Watson {Grahamstown) advertises in another column that on and after next Monday the price for his bread will be 2id per 21b loaf. Pound, that for Perfect Fit and Style, -Jackson is theBest. — Tumut-st., Adelong., .The sum- of £10,000 was last week lodged with the Government by a ?very strong company, as evidence that they intend erecting smelting works in 'New South Wales for the production of steel. We regret to notice that among the list of colonial soldiers cabled to Aus tralia as having been wounded is the name of Mr. A. Aberline's brother, a member of the Imperial Bushmen's .Contingent, who is reported as being dangerously wounded. W. H. Powell's jjt-or Choice and Season able, Fruit.'. ..t -, . . .. ? * 'Sir JohnFdrrest, Premier of Western Australia, must feel happy in respect to the solvent condition of his colony. The ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

IT IS DANGEROUS TO NEGLECT A . COLD. Pneumonia is one of the most dangerous mid fatal diseases. It always results from a cold. Chamberlain's Cough liemedy will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent an attack of pneumonia. It is in fact made es pecially for that ailment, and has become, famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia. Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had for a trifle? For sale by Messrs. OrmiBton and Ormiston, Tumut, and Mr. Fred B. Witt, Adolong. W. II. Powei.Ii is Agent for Atoherley and Dawson, Ltd., and Edwards it Co., Ten Mer chants, of Sydney, and for the Massey-Harris DioyclcB, — Horse and Sulky for hire,*

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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CHAPTER XXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 October 1900

CHAPTER XXXIV. ' Mr. Esmond called the day after you left, miss,' the servant who ad mitted Valerie told her. ' It was about half-past eleven.' Esmond ! And so early !- Then, flashed acioss the girl's mind, he had heard of her being with Lin wood Erie, and camo for an ' explan ation.' - She asked if anyone else had called. Mr. Erie, in the afternoon, sho was told. '? : ^;;, 'Remember,' she ;saidj ' if any oiiecalls to-day I am hot at home.' EsnVond, she knew, would not come in the afternoon, Linwood Erie she would riot see to-day at , all. But no one came. ' ; : vDay niergecl into ovening, and oven ing into night. ,;By half -past ten. nil the servants ;were in' their rooms,',! but not until past eleven did Valerie' go up stairs, and then riot to her own; room, but to Ruby's, which was on the same floor. .' .'Noiselessly entering.'... the dress ing room, she locked both doors,, and then set her candle down: on a small table, arid stood still, with fastbeat ing heart, fooling as if sh...

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