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THE SOUTH AFRICAN QUESTION. Comments by a Local Resident. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
THE SOUTH AFRICAN QUESTION. &nbsp; . , . -?- ' - Comments by a Local Resident. &nbsp; (Continued.) &nbsp; &nbsp; When we consider the vastness of &nbsp; the South African question of to-day and the question as it was after the 'signing of the treaty at 'the 1881 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; convention between the British and the Boer subsequent to the disastrous battle of Majuba Hill,' we are struck with its growth, especially when we &nbsp; compare the then insignificant force of the Boers and their small armament with that of the present day. It is a &nbsp; fact generally recognised by the great majority that a fatal mistake has been made and. that had a more active policy been adopted at the time by the Gladstone Government then in power the question at issue would have been settled permanently, and the present strife and bloodshed averted. Never before has such a stupendous under taking been attempted by any...
THE IMPERIAL BUSHMEN'S CONTINGENT. SEND-OFF TO THE TUMUT MEMBEES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
The Imperial Bushmen Contingent. SEND-off to the Tumut Members &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Saturday last there arrived at Tumut five of the local representatives in the Imperial Bushmen's Contingent which sails for South Africa on &nbsp; Monday next. There were Messrs. H. H. and W. Shelley, E. B. Byrne, W. J. Hoad, and H. Reardon. They were visiting Tumut for the purpose of bidding good-bye to their parents, relatives, and friends prior to their departure from Sydney. Though their intended visit was not very widely known prior to the arrival of the Gundagai coach, the rattle of that vehicle as it was driven to the Post-office was a signal for a general welcome by the residents. On Mon- day morning the formal leave-taking took place. It was one of the greatest events that has ever occurred in Tumut. The brass band, driven in a 6-horse coach, paraded the town about 10 o'clock, playing suitable airs...
Adelong Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 20 April 1900
. Adelong Police, Court. An I'.rrsuar ; nrni'jer of cases ware called' ori' .before Miv W. E. Clarke, P.M., on Tuesday* ? . The following comprised the-list.:-y-;.-- ; Robert Marshall w; M. Holt. — In- si'Uing language. Infpimation with drawal ? .- ..' -?.. J. ../' ;...- Madeline -Uptoft.. y, A,-. Wilson; — ? Deserting his twin illegitimate chil dren. No Service; fresh semmons to issue for next; court day. Police v. D. tP. Houtou, William Burne and Henry . Hputoni— Indecent language. Each' .' found .'' £8 with 4s lOd costs. Police v. John--., Morari, William Burns, Thomas Burns, Arihrr Smith, Fredsipk. Ridley .-rrfeiotor.s behaviour. Eactt fined i0s;witlv' AflOd costs. Police v. Frederick Armstrong and Richard Young.— Cruelty to amimals. Fined 10s and 20s, respectively, with 4slOd costs,. . .,,;,., ..,::? ., ' ''Police'^ -V. ? William1. ? Atkinson.-r-; Furious riding. Fined 40s and 4s lOd ?costs. . ;..... . .;,';? r-.-.-: -.v-. .- . Police v William Griffiths and &nbsp; &...
Note these Comments! [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Note these Comments' !° 'JHio ih'st issue presents a rather at tructivo appearance. Tho L -literary matter is cueditablo,- and as special at tention is^pramiscd to the advocacy of local wants, there is every prospect 'of a' fair future for this -latest addition to tho iournalistic family. — '-WaRKa 'Wagga Express.' It is well printed, contains' a good epitome of local andigoneral.nows, and is nltogother a very creditrible produc tion. There should be an opening for a newspaper on the old goldlield, and wo wish ' the enterprising proprietor, Mr. AVilkio Watson; every success. — ' Junee Southern Cross.' Tho ' Express' is' a well printed paper. XVe oxtond the hand of friend ship to our Adelong contemporary J and hope it will live and thrive. ' Adelong has long wanted a paper;, now that it has got one general support shonld be accorded it. — ''Gundagui Indepen dent.' - r ',-..''-' -' The 'Adelong-and Tumut Express,' ?published at' ; Adelong; ithe; latest ad dition to country journalism,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Pastures and Stock Pro tection Board. NOTICE /TO SCALPERS. A JFTEK the undermentioned ,' dnto .' NO A BONUS will bo paid for liABIHT SCALPS. - , . ' - '' ' ' O. S. DYBNE, , ? i,; ,i,, j ; i - - , . r GluiiiniRii. Gundngai,'6lh April, 1900. ' ~ .Hi i ?'-?? l ? - ; i . ! f ' i l -;'-E:'l)EAE,.'. .i ' Aerated Water AND1 i Cordial Manufacturer; . TUMUT, &. ADELONG. Notice to Trespassers. ANY person found THESPASSING or ITONIJNG in nny of the Rpiingditle paddocks WILL BE 1'ltOSECUTED. MICHAEL AUHAGON, Springdale, April 17, 1SI00. Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. AT'JI. liOCIIE, in notifying jo tho Public o - 11 Adelong that ho is Htill currying on biminoss in the butchering line.ifuvthoi-, iiill matos tlmt lie puichnsGS nothing but tho vory best lieustn available, and tlieiofolo siipplirB to his customois and the publics only TI1J3 PllIMEST OF MEAT. Daily Orders Taken. PrinleJ and published by Ah:\ani-i:h V.''lk'i: -* ' Watson :blo prapiicior, at -his priU'ng - 'oflicoV TiiVnr.t-stiuot...
Honouring the Centenarian. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Honouring the Centenarian. A miiutixc of persons interested in the proposal to pay homage to Mr. 'William Williams, of. Adelong Crossing, who becomes a centenarian on the 3rd of next month, was held at . the Royal Hotel on Saturday night. There were ?nvoseiit — Mr. W. D. Heather, J. J. Vivian, W. Ritchie, sen., W. Ritchie, jun., Smith, A. W. Watson, E. Wil liams, and Bellamy. Mr. Heather was voted to the chair: It whs decided that' the attainment' of the century by the old gentleman should bo celebrated by a banquet to be' held on .the after noon of his birthday at his residence, Adelong Grossing, and by a ball in the evening in the local hall. After dis-' cussing the best means of putting into effect the decision arrived at, a com mittee consisting of Messrs. Heather, Vivian, Smith, Watson, and Bellamy, with power to add to its number, was appointed to carry out all the pre liminaries for tho demonstration, and to address a circular to all Mr. Wil liams' old 'friends and acquaintan...
Adelong Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Adelong Progress Committee. The meeting of -the Adelong Progress Committee convened for Friday night tost lapsed for UieNvant of a quorum. The apathy in attending meotiugs disnlavod bv members of public bodies who willingly lake upon themselves the responsibilities of office has become proverbial. Lately several meetings called in connection with affairs of more or less public, interest have failed iwing to there being an insufficient number of qualified persons putting n an appearance to transact the busi ness. There are many matters in connection with the Progress Com mittee that call for attention and which should not be neglected, and as it is some considerable. time since the last meeting was hold^thero is all the more reason why a little more energy should bo infused into that body. There were one or two excusable cir cumstances, which tended towards the absence of some of the members on this particular occasion, but as the regular meetings are not frequent, and therefore' are...
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
- Masonic. At a meeting of the brethren of the Lodge St.,.Clair, hold in the lodge room1, Oddfellows'- Hall, on Thursday, Bro. A. G. Poaroe, W.M., on behalf of himself and the brothern, welcomed Bro. R. H. Matthews, D.I., on the'oc casion of his visit of inspection, Bro. Matthews threw out many valuable hints to the lodge which should serve to materially improve its workings and remarked on tho deep spirit of fellowship which characteriz'jd tho brethren. After the formal business was concluded tho brethren adjourned to Bro, Host Wilkinson's, where light refreshments worq partaken of, and several toasts suitable to the occasion wero proposed, duly honoured and responded to. Bro, Matthews, who tbails from Cootamundra, visited Tumut on Friday, and in tho ovening in spected tho local branch of the Masonic Prdoiv, . , ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
? 'Gazette Notices. '. The special lease of privato lands for gold-mining p'urpqsos, boing portion No. i'Gi!5, part of' 27, 83, and 3d, parish South Gundagai, county Wyndham, containing 20a., has boon forfeited. . „ 1)V ?- Jij. Post has applied for 'permission to mine under roads botwoen portions 57, and 112, parish of Ellerslio. ? Miss B.' Monlovo to bo .a pupil teacher on probnlion at tho Adelong public school. i , .
OUR BUSINESS DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
: OUR ': ?'.''' BUSINESS DIRECTORY Boston, D. and Sons, Blacksmiths, Farriers, Coach and Buggy Builders, and Under takers, Adelong ? Budd, Geo.rT.- Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent, Adelong. ?;? ' ? ,,' Beegling, Chas. Win., Butcher, Adelong. 'JBcsnnrd, J., Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent, Adelong. Donaldson, E., Butcher, Tumut, Dear, It., Aerated Water and Cordial Manu facturer, Adelong. ? Farrington, K., Baker and Confectioner, Adelong. Geary, 11., Carrier and Coach Proprietor, Adelong. Hassott, Wm., Cosmopolitan Hotel, Grahams town. Jackson, G., Tailor, Adelong. Loarmont, Joseph and Co., General Store keepers, Tumut. - - - ? Lansley, Tailor* Adolong. Slolihoaiix, A. W., Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent. Mai tin; Wm., Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Adelong.1 - ' ? Morryfull, A, E. and Sons, General Store keepers and Direct Importers, Adolong. Oriniston, J. J., Dentist, Tunmt, visits ?AdoloiiK. O'Brien, W. D. '? P.v Commercial Hotel, Tunuit. Poarce and Long, General Storeke...