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Note these Comments! [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Note, these Comments! The first issue presents a rather atf tractive appearance. The literary matter is creditable, and as special, at tention is promised to the advocacy of local wants, there is every prospect of a fair future for this latest addition to the journalistic ? family. .— - ' Wagga . Wagca Express.' ..... It is- well printed, contains a good epitome of local and general news, and is altogether -a very.. creditable' produc tion. - There should , be an opening for a newspaper on- the old goldfield, and we wish the enterprising proprietor, Mr. Wilkie Watson, every succeea. — ' Junee Southern Cross.' The ' Express' is a well printed paper.' We extend the hand of friend ship to our Adelong contemporary, and hope it will live and thrive. Adelong has long wanted a paper; now that it has got one general support should be accorded it. — *l Gundagai Indepen The''A'delong arid Tumut Express,' published at Adelong, the latest ad dition to country jonrnalism, is well printed and car...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Gazette Notices. It is proposed to alter the design of the_ village of Yarririgobilly by re ducing the area of suburban lands. The lands resumed by proclamation on March 7 for a deviation on the road from Adelong to Sharp's Creek, and two branph roads, parish of Won dalga, are 'declared public roads. .ru,r& oi me temporary common' at Adelong, notified Nov. 8, 1871, con taining la. lr. 6p., has been with drawn. ' ' The following applications for gold and mineral dredging leases will be granted within three months as from the 12th inst., providing the respec tive amounts mentioned have been expended, in the construction of a dredge and suction pump machinery : — Tumbarumba, M. D. Bennett, 15a. 2r. 6p., portion of gl7, county Harden, parish Burra, including Burra Creek ; Kiandra, G. N. Marks. 78a.' Sr. lin.. portion of gl54, and 40a. 2r. 81p., portion .of gi,56, both county Wallace, parish Kiandra,- including part of Eucumbene River. ' ?? -?? ? __ In Bankruptcy : Dennis James K...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Billiard Table to Let. TMSY TERMS. Full set of balls and nil ? r- other appurtenances. None but a competent marker need apply. . .,?;. H. McNAMARA, ,.;? ? ?'' .? ,. . Wynynrd Hotel; Tumut.. , FRIENDSHIP_MEETiNG rTiHE Friends and \Vell-wishers yot. I Mr. William Williams, senior (?who celebrates his 100th birthday on May 3rd prox.), are requested to meet at Wilkinson's Royal Hotel on SATUKDAY EVENING -'NEXT?, at 8 'p.m., to discuss the advisability of his Adelong friends making some -de-, rnonstration on the approaching birth day. Meeting convened by request of old friends. ? ' ? . ' W. D. HEATHER. Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. WM. HOCHE, m notifying to the Public' 0 Adelong that he is still carrying oil business in the butchering line', further inti tn'ntet) that he purchases nothing but the very best beasts nvmlnble, and theiefoip jupplieB to his customers and the public only THE PBIMEST Or MEAT Daily Orders Taken. 1 Notice. ; POSTPONED, F1UJIT AND EWWEK SHOW. Batlow Fourth Annual FRU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
? .-. ? ; ....'. AND i. . . ?'? ,' V,S -r'^'i:;/'., ':-. ; '? ? ' ? ' ' Ijet's €ome to the Point at Once, GENERALLY speaking the public are aware that during the last six months raw materials of ? all descriptions have enormously advanced in price. That means that all kinds of General Merchandise and Store Goods will as a rule BE A HIGH PRICE this winter. We say as a rule, because there will be in this district ONE EXCEPTION TO THAT RULE. JOSEPH LEARMONT AND CO, THE POPULAR CASH STOREKEEPERS, ' ,.;; :, .Kussell-street, Tumut? ? Having purchased all their WINTER GOODS long before the prices advanced, are in a position to this winter sell all kinds of GEN E R A L DEAPEET AND M e n's Clothing At prices equally as low and reasonable as they have done in any preceding winter IN BLANKETS, FLANNELS, FLANNELETTES the value will be even'better than ever it has been. All Wool White Blankets, 5/6 per pair . Large Double Bed White Blankets, 11/6 per pair Large Travelling Bugs, 3/6 up to 40/ 1 S...
The St. Paul's Fancy Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
The St. Paul's Fancy Fair. The fancy fair and flower ' show, in aid of the St. Paul's Church organ fund, was continued at the Odfellows' Hall, Adelong,. on Tuesday afternoon and evening. -? -The ?,tfeijdence in the evening .-was .considerable, and when closing time arrived there were not many articles to dispose oi, ana cnese were submitted ]fca -Bruce --.auctiori by Mr. Smith (one of. the committee.) ' The 'gross' amount, r, of. the,. . takings for the two todays, including the doors and sales, was £28 5?., which will, leo.ve a, substantial surplus to go towards the purchase of the church organ.-. The following items, constituted the. mvsical pro .graorne. rendered duringr the evening: Song, Mr. Higgs, 'Only a leaf'; song, Mrs. Bbtham, ' Then you'll re member me'; instrumental selections, Mr. Annetts ; recitation, Mr. W. Smith ; and selections by the orches tra; ; ? -? ?;: -. , ...-':
TELEGEAMS. Home and'Foreign. LONDON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
' TELEGBAMSv. !- Some ;ahd- Foreign. ..' ,- ,..-.'! ]poNJooN,. April 19;'' ' ? ,The inquiry. .into.: the .loss:, .of- the Mexican ' elicited serious 'oh'arges of drunkenness' and want- of cl?scipline on the part of the crew. .. ..; , r ;The,.Queen, fearing fatigiio', foregoes visiting 'Belfast'.' The.1' 'newspapers' corinnend her decision io remain in Dublin, i.-r-, ^ ?, ,-.??-., , .- ..- .The Queen's birthday will be cele brateA-jinrLondon qn;.May 23 and elsewhere. bn-thtf 24thi;:'-r'-!^ ' '- : : - The Czar has presented France with a Mosaic map valued at four million , francs. The,- gem represents the chief towns... . : .. '. ; ,,.. -...
THE PLAGUE. Tuesday-'s Telegrams SYDNEY, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
;;,THE .JPLMtfE. \'-\[ , -..--? Tuesday.'s .tejegmfhs, ? ,: . '.;? ?;.?-; .; ; Sidney, April 17« ..,,Twjp.'iiosh cases of. plague occurred ye^tertiay/qno a China-nan at Botany. The : Goulburn patient has been brought to quarantine, as the case has bien diagnosed as plague. Another case has occurred .aboard the South Australian at Melbourne. ' A case was discovered at Rock hampcon just as a large picnic party were starting by steamer. ; ??-;.. -.-.. Sydnsy, April 19. Several fresh plnguo cases were reported yesterday, one fatal. Some of the quarantined areas have been released. ? . ? Sydney; April 20. ? For' the first time s.'nce March 16, . no case of plague was reported yester day.' ,..'., ' . ' ' ? ? The majority of tho -patients :. are making good progress towards re covery. The cleansed areas ore completed tind 'have -been re'-operied; ?'?? . ? ? , DI-. Tidswell- has ?jdiscovered the, bacillus of plague in the stomach of fleas taken from rats. -* \- ? -?! ? ?;
Colonial. April-17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Colonial, ',''' ?'? 'StcDkjx, April ? 17. Crer. 10,000 persons' witnessed the review' yesterday. ' 40,000 : attendee1.. the show. fj*-v}VV Y$Q. -' 1 '. '£i The Premier counbels resistance to any vital amendments in the Early^, Closing Bill. ?'?'?; . ;- JS .Cold, rainy weather interfere/1 with tM ^holiday's ttinV Victoria Jan4' ? Tas'-; mania. - . ? ...;: .,.?? . ?? ' Si'e^eral}bqa*s/cap/sized--in'-^he.,har-. hour yesterday, 'l)ut 'the erews were' all' rescued. ... ,:. ,.'!?*'.' I;!'r^..':'^'.! * ' ' , At the annual' session of: the Grand' Lodge of Good Templars held at New-; castle a very satisfactory report was. presented. . . .-,„..': :' ; :.-.Y :-,.. i C'. i S\dnj3y;- April 19. . Th'e1 Governor ';iriteHds'J t'o'-vk'it the? Clarence District:in June. At the show yesterday the .competi tion for the best all-round horse .was won by Mr. 'Winton's.Tlierma. A shock of earthquake was felt yesterday at Kiandra. . ' ' 'J . v.VEh6'VG6UfeiieUAe Of '. PrbtecMonisijs' delegates froni. four .o...
Thursday's Telegrams. THE SPION KOP REVERSE. PUBLICATION OF DESPATCHES. THE NEWSPAPPERS APPLAUD LORD ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
\Wi®^wrfi*l**wa%.:\r:i '? '''the spionkop reverse, publication of)d|;sp^tches. the newspapers applaud :':'lord roberts. ? ' anticipated resignation i ? ' ' '? of general' bullee. '?' ;''.''i'i- ' LoNfloN, April 18. C ? --IDespatehes from '. Lord.- ? Rjobfjrts, '?Wan-en, arid BuliqVon the operations at.S-pion Ko^;-'h'ave3been published. Lord. Roberts holds Warren guilty of prrop of, iiHlj;ment . and wanlq of adminYsira'tive 'capacity, and ^bliimos Bu'Uor for showiiift- a disinclinatio.i to assei-chis.,authot-it.Y and see whffii he thought best slionlcl bo done, .miller considers the positiou would ' -Ii'ave haen tenable if AViirren hacT exhibited prop3i- orgaiiisntion and system. ^ 'i'ho'.newsp'apers express grave con cern' (|t'' the revelations and applaud Lord' Roberts' wise and wholesome ? ''Some papers ^aritieip'flite'.that .Buller -.will resign./ ' '^^.^'[?/?'''I'i/'
Dog-Stealing and Killing. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Dog-Stealing and Killing. Complaints have from time to time been made by dog-owners of the loss or mysterious disappearance of their dogs, some very valuable animals and in instances unreplaceable.; but al though a vigilant eye has kept watch for the detection of persons suspected of being concerned in the practice of dog-stealing, until Tuesday last failure has followed every effort to sheet the charge home to the offenders. The &nbsp; amount placed by the Stock Board and private associations of graziers &nbsp; upon the heads of dogs- "running at large" -is nothing less than a pre- &nbsp; &nbsp; mium to the unscrupulous to entice &nbsp; useful and harmless animals from their homes to foreign parts of the districts and shoot them. Besides, the associations are aiding and abet ting an illegal act by purchasing scalps of dogs which they know right well are not the property of the seller. A person may be justified in killing a &nbsp; dog ...
A DOG STEALING "CASE. THE ACCUSED FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
A DOG STEALING CASE. THE ACCUSED FINED. Richard Butler and William Butler, two brothers, were charged (by - sum &nbsp; mons)at the Police Court, Adelong, on Tuesday last, before Mr: W.E. &nbsp; &nbsp; Clarke, P.M., with stealing at Adelong, &nbsp; on or about the 4th, inst., two dogs, of the value of £15,- the property of Samuel M. Smith, of the"Beacon" &nbsp; Batlow. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The accused both pleaded not &nbsp; guilty, and the charges were heard conjointly. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sergeant Anderson conducted the prosecution :the accused were unde &nbsp; fended by counsel The evidence for the prosecution &nbsp; called was:- &nbsp; Constable A.W. Allan, who stated: &nbsp; I laid the information against the &nbsp; &nbsp; accused, and on the 11th inst. went to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; t...
SPORTING. THE TURF. KILLARNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
SPORTING. THE TURF. KILLARNEY RACES. The Killarney races, which were postponed from Easter Monday owing to tho unpropitious state of the weather, eventuated yesterday. , The day was everything that could be de- sired for racing, but the course was a bit heavy. A good number of people turned up, considering that, most of the country folk did not know that they were to take place so soon. The secretary (Mr. R. Downing) was ab sent, but his place was ably filled by Messrs. T. Holliwell and T. Sullivan. Mr. M. Downing was starter,and Mr. C. S. Byrne officiated as judge. Mr. W. O'Brien acted as clerk of the course and Mr.J.W. Moon as clerk . of scales. The handicappers' were Messrs. C. S. Byrne and James Blakeney.. The results:- &nbsp; &nbsp; Easter Handicap of 4 sovs., 6 fur- longs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. J. E.Madigan's Civility .. 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. T. Keefe's Harkaway .. 2 &nbsp; Vanity Fair .. .. .. 3 &...
Friday's Telegrams. London, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
Friday's Telegrams &nbsp; &nbsp; ' London,April 19 &nbsp; The 1st and 2nd Dublin Fusiliers have been ordered home owing to their depleted ranks. The withholding of Lord Roberts' &nbsp; censure of Generals Warren and Buller over the Spion Kop affair for a month and publishing it now is con sidered an immediate prelude to fur ther important changes. Three hundred Boers are approach- ing Smithfield. One hundred mounted police have &nbsp; left Salisbury to reinforce Colonel Plumer. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; One hundred and fifty prisoners are ill in Pretoria. Mafeking was well and resolute on &nbsp; the 11th inst. The want of trucks is delaying sup &nbsp; plies for Lord Robert's, advance. Two thousand patients are in the field hospital at Bloemfontein, suffer ing from fever and dysentry.