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ENGLISH & FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 February 1865
ENGLISH $r FOREIGN. At a late hour the other night a most destructive fire broke out in the Brig o'Turk-hotel, situated some two or three miles from Loch Katrine, and known to all tourists in Scotland. It commenced about the upper parts of the building, and was not subdued till nearly the entire building was burnt down. The Prince and Princess of Wales not long ago took up their residence at the hotel — 22 apartments having been engaged for the royal party and suite. The steamer Caledonian has brought into the Clyde the survivors of the crew of the brig Ayrshire Lass, which was thrown on her beam ends on her passage from Mirrmwhi, and though she was afterwards righted she.remained waterlogged j and the surviving srew, three in number, subsided for 17 days on a bug of biscuit soaked in sea water, and a dog. They were totally destitute of food when the Calidonian came to their rescue. On the morning of Oct. 31, the usual ceremony of cutting faggots nnd counting horseshoes and hob nail...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 February 1865
J. B. ELWORTHY, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and gene RAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUTfy ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , BITS SELL- STEEET, TTTAtTTT, KESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention of the public to the fact that his stock of Plain and Fancy Type ! Is 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 satisfaction to his patrons. Billheads Pampiilets Circulars Catalogues Receipt Books Handbills Cheque Books Law Forms Pro. Note Books Business and Show Cards. A STOCK OP COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, AND COLOURED INKS, AXi WAYS ON HAND. Orders received for the execution of every variety of By moderate charges, promptitude, and neatnees of execution, he hopes to be favoured with a continuance of public support. J Wanted 2_ A LAUNDRESS. Apply to THOMAS S?RICE, ^ Star Hotel, Adelong. 2^ One Poiiid Eeward. 2_ OTRAYED from th lumut Plains Paddocks, a O f...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. THE ADELONG HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 February 1865
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE . THE ADELONG HOSPITAL. The public meeting held at the Court-house, Adelong, on Saturday last, for the purpose of laying before the public th8 present condition and future prospects of the Adelong Hospital, was miserably attended. Making every allow ance for the business claims which might have detained many, it is impossible to avoid feeling disappointed at the apathy which the inhabi tants evince with regard to this valuable insti tution. R. B. Lynch, Esq., presided, and briefly ex pressed bis sorrow that there was not a larger attendance and a greater display of interest on the part of the general public. He regretted to have again to repeat the old story of the funds for the support of the Hospital being limited. All must desire that such an institu tion should be maintained, but it was impossible to carry into effect benevolent intentions unless money to disburse for these objects was forth coming. . '%lhe following Report and a complete Balance Sheet, a su...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 9 February 1865
The administration of justice is a matter so vitally affecting every subject that no pains should be spared and no cost should be grudged by a Government to have it fully, ably, and impartially exercised. A great writer on Poli tical Economy lias said, and said truly, ' The first maxim of a free State is that the laws be made by one set of men and administered by another ; or, in other words, that the legislative and judicial characters should be kept separate ,.,and distinct.' When these offices are united in £ the same person, or assembly, particular laws are made for particular cases, often springing j from partial motives, and directed to private ends. Whilst they are kept separate, general | laws are made by one body of men, without | foreseeing whom they may affect; and when! made must be applied by the other, let them affect whom they may. For the sake of an il lustration, let it be supposed in this colony either that an Executive nominated by the Crown made their cwu laws, o...
WAGGA WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
WAGGA WAGGA Flour, fine, per ton, £30 Dittto seconds, £28 Oats, per bushel,' 5s. Wheat, ditto, 9s. Maize, ditto, 5s. Potatoes, per cwt., 10s. Hay, per ton, £5
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
YASS. Flour, fine, per ton, £23 Ditto seconds, £22 ' ? Hay ditto, £5 Bran, per bushel, Is. Wheat ditto, 7s. to 7s, 6d. Maize ditto, 4s. to -Ls. Od. Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley ditto, 4s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt.,
PRICES CURRENT. FEBRUARY 11, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
PRICES CURRENT. Febeuaey 11, 1865, TUMUT. The following prices are what storekeepers are purchasing at, and the price asked by producers. Buyer's Producer's PriceB. Prices. £ s. d. £ s. d. Wheat, per bhl ? 6s. 3d. to 0 6 6 Oats ? no demand 0 2 3 held over Maize .................. ...ditto 0 2 .6 0 0 0 Barley ? ? ? ? nominal 0 0 0 Bran ? ? ? -0 1 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ? ? nominal Onions, per lb ? ? ? 0 0 0 0 0 2 Flour, fine, per ton ? 22 0 0 0 0 0 Ditto BecondB ditto,..'.. 20 0 0 0 0 0 Hay per ton ? ? ? .5 0 0 5 10 0 Butter (fresh) per lb ? ? 0 1 0 0 0 0 CheeBe, per lb ? ? 0 0 6 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ? ? 0 1 0 0 0 0
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
GLEANINGS. Dangers of Over-Teaching. — If the Commissioners think that c in : creased attention should be paid ' to Ancient History, Modern His tory, to Mathematics, to Grammar, to Philology, to English Literature, to English Composition, to Geo graphy, to Music, to Drawing, and to the Modern Lan images, how is it possible to superadd several new and most extensive subjects ? The E-ev. Canon 131akesley says : ' You must remember that the mental power of a boy is a finite quantity. In my opinion .... considerable damage has been done by incau tiously frittering away education into too many branches. I mean / that the boys have been prevented from getting their minds under complete weigh in any subject. They have been taught a little of one thing and a little of another, and the consequence is that, Avhen they arrive at the University, they have come to have -really no taste for anything. They regard all study with a perfectly impartial loathing ; they have had no chance of imbibing a...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
GUNDAGAI. Flour, fine, per ton, £31 to £34 Ditto seconds, £30 to £33 Bran, per bushel, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. Wheat ditto, 7s. to 8s. Maize ditto, 3s. 9d. to 4s. Oats ditto, 3s. lid. to 4s. 9d. Potatoes, por ton, £8 to £9 Hay ditto, £6.
LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
LAMBING FLAT. Flour, per ton, £33 Hay ditto, £6 to £7 Bran, per bushel, Is. Maize ditto, 5s. Oats ditto, 4s. 6d, Onions, per cwt., Potatoes, per cwt., 6s. Butter, per lb., Is. 3d. Cheese, ditto, 4d. to 6d. Bacon, ditto, 5d.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
AMERICA. The struggle in America continues. The Florida was accidentally sunk in Hamp ton Roads. Mr. Seward declined to permit any supplies to be sent to the Confederate prisoners. The Confederates had been detected in en :d§av'ttttring to smuggle troops through Canada to Atalanta. ' 'r~*tfThe Northern- 'states have reciprocated the treaty, wnicn win terminate in six mourns. President Lincoln's message declares that further negotiations with the rebels are useless. He recommends the legalization of the abolition of slavery. General Sherman's march through Georgia excited much attention. He is beseiging Savanah. Several incendiary attemps have been made to burn some Northern cities, and orders have been given to hang any. Southerner detected. Gold is at 234 premium
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. / wes5eyan. / DIVINE SERVICE Jill be conducted (DJT.) in the Presbyterian Chfurch, TUMUT, on TUES DAY (to-morrow) EVENING at 7 o'clock, by the Rev. W. ROBSON, Welloyan Minister of A^rlorg. V ALENTINES ! IN GREAT VARIETY,. j.T Paul's Commercial Store, AD1£ jONG'. VALENTINES! COMIC and SENTIi .liiNTAL VALENTINES » OiS SALE. A. GRAHAM, Adelong. U7 UOTIOjS. * f A T'tliVTU' M^T 1) 1 81' ill N jaat eon Jl%£' aigiiineut/ SEID- Tltz po wd ij/k crgoi/iine drugs-' and Lemon Kwi jrowoersat one slulliuj/tlie Oox. 2- FOB, SALE, ( AFIR3TRATE second-hand SADDLE, with Bridie, Saddle Cloth, &c., complete. . / Apply at tliia oH'ue. / One Pound Reward. / HT RAYED fronv^Sftarp's Creek a roan MARE, O brandecwC umr/shtuildir, with a grey foal, no brands. /T\IA, / I f Theyu®/# revVr^rd /vill be fcaid on delivery to (j I I A. GRAHAM, / I Adelong. For Private Sale, ( pHE RIGHT OF TITLE to a FARM of 40 JL ACRES, Free Selected, at the Little Mmjary Springs. The above is surrounded by a...
RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
BUST IN WHEAT. The following letter from the pen of T. S. Morfc, Esq., we re-publish from the Met aid : — Sir, — Since the above subject came under notico, I have perused much thufc lias been written upon it, aud carefully observed the circumstances in connec tion with its appearance in certain localities, and its non-appearance xn others, aud I have satisfied myself that whatever mav be the nausn nf runt., in fin's cKa. tiict at any rate its origin is not confined to the cauaes ascribed by your various correspondents, amongst which I select those most strongly relied upon, giving against each my reason for differing from it. 1st, 1 take the cause most dwelt upon — That of the neglect to obtain a change of seed. It cannot be from this cause alone, because the seed with -which I sowed thirty-five acres in May, 1863, was theproduee of prize South Australian white Lammus wheat, brought over in 1881, and grown that year at Twofold Bay — the produce being a beoutiful sample, for winch I ...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Robbery of the Braidwood Mail. — - About ten o'clock on Monday morning last the mail from Braidwood, driven Ly the contractor's son, CKven Malorie, was stopped by Hall's gang. From Malone they took nine pounds, a sum which he can ill afford to lose. There wtre no passengers. The bushrangers then took the mail-bags and opened the letters, from two of which th» y took a five-pound note and three one-pound notes. They did not take cheques; and after examining the letters allowed them to be taken charge of by the coachman. They looked at Malone's watch, but allowed him to retain it, and said that they had broken their own and had taken them to pieces for amusement The coach from Goul burn to Braidwood, which on Monday carries no mail bags, now approached, driven by Richards, better known as Brummy. Richards was accompanied only by his son, a boy o! twelve or fourteen. They got nothing from him. — Goulburn Herald, Tumut Police Court. — On Friday last Robert Pilkinto...
SELECT POETRY. A LAY OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
SELECT POETRY. A LAY OF REAL LIFE. Who ruined me ere I was born, Sold every acre, grass or corn, And left the next heir all forlorn ? * My Grandfather. Who said my mother was no nurse, And physicked me and made mo worse, Till infancy became a curse ? My Grandfather. Who left me in my seventh year, A comfort to my mother dear, And Mr. Pope, the overseer? My Father. Who let me starve, to buy her gin, Till all my bones came through my skin, Then called me ' ugly little sin P' My Mother. Who said my mother was a Turk, And took me home, and made me work, But managed half my meals to shirk ? My Aunt. Who. ' of all earthly things ' would„boast, — 'He hated others' brats the most,' And therefore made me feel my post P My Uncle. Who got in scrapes an endless score, And always laid them at my door, Till many a bitter pang I bore ? My Cousin. Who took me home when mother died, Again with father to reside, Black shoes, clean knives, run far and wide ? My Stepmother. Who marred my stealthy urchi...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Ditto, seconds, £24 Hay, ditto, £5 to £6 Wheat, 83. to 83. 6d. Bran, ditto, Is. 6d. Maize, ditto, 5s. 6d. Oats, ditto, 4s. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 10s.
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
ADELONG. (from our own correspondent.) February 10. — One very pleasing feature in connection with Adelong is the promptness and liberality with which its inhabitants contribute to aid distress. So.ne kind friends have orga nised a collection on behalf of Mr. White, whose son perished and whose dwelling was destroyed by the late fire at Williamstown. The handsome sum of £80 and upwards has been subscribed. This substantial mark of sympathy and kindly feeling cannot but prove consolatory, aud as I believe Mr. White will be unable to work lor some time, in consequence of the injuries he sustained on that occasion, the relief it affords will be very seasonable. Iu all, not less than £200 have been subscribed in Adelong during the last few weeks for charit able purposes, or in support of philanthropic institutions, so that notwithstanding new rushes, I think we may feel assured of the general prosperity of the township, and proud of the liberality of the inhabitants. A sensation, pleasu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 13 February 1865
fi CRICKET GOODS ! JUST LANDED, ex ' Liberator,' SIX CASES ] first-class CRICKET GOODS, manufactured J expressly to the order of advertiser, and comprising v Dark's extra polished treble seam Balls ^ Vulcanized tubular Indiarubber Batting Gloves n Ventilated Gauntlets c New patent Leg Guards, with leather straps, &c. e Cane and spring handled Bats a Plain and polished Match Bats Cricket Nets, Stumps, and Bails Youth's Cricket Balls, Stumps and Bails, Leg Guards, Gauntlets, Batting Gloves, &c. Latest edition of ' Lilley white's Guide' Suoring'Books and Sheets Cricketer's Bags, &c., &c. McMAHON'S CRICKET DEPOT, NEXT CITY BANK, SYDNEY. ? ' N.B.— Clubs supplied at lowest possible wholesale ® rates. j ~~~~ OH SALE, PO RTLAND CEMENT J Parian Cement 0 Keene'a Cement Whiting White Lead Assorted Dry Colours j Galvanized Iron, 26 guage j. English and American Plaster Lath Nails, & and 1 inch Black and galvanized iron Down Pipe and Guttering Marble Chimn...