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Mail Time Table ADELONG. Arrivals from : [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
* ? ?' - -Mail Time Table. . ADELONG. Aviivals from : Sydney, Melbourne, etc., vin Guiidagni — 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). 1 iTumut, Gilmoie, etc. — 12.15 p.m. , daily (Sunday exceptcd); - - -' ? ? i -- ' - ' '? -Patlow, Tiinibnrumba, . Middle Adelong, etc.— 11.4-5 p.m-./Tuesdays'iuul Fridays. Batlow; via Gilmoie— 12.15 ij.m., Mon days find Thursdays. jShnii-'svCreeli, etc. — 11 'a.m., Wednesdays and 'Fridays/ ' ' ' ' „ : Mount Adrali, Hillns Creek, etc, — 11.4-5 '.p.m., Saturdays. . __ Departures for.': Sydnoy.-Mclbonrno, etc., via Gnmlagai — '12.43 p.m. daily (Sundays exeopted).1 I 'Tumut, Gilmoie, etc. — 2.15 p.m.' daily [(Sunday exceptcd). '_' '''* ' Batlow, Tumbaruniba, Middle Adelong, 'etc.— 2.30 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays i 'Batlow, via Gihnore — 2.15 p.m , Satur days. I Sharp's Creek, etc, — 2.30 p.m , Wednes 'days and'Fridays. ?' 1 Mount Adrah, Hillas Creek, etc. — 2,30 p.m., Saturdays! 1 English mail, daily, 12-45 p.m. via Syd ney ;-on Tuesdays 12.45 p.m.-, via Melb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Billiard Table to Let. TUSY TF.KMS. Full sot of bulls and nil I'l other appiutcnanccs. None but a competent marker need apply. II. McNAMAlt'A, ' Wynyaid Hotel, Tumut. -i..,:'Notice. - .- POSTPONED. FRUIT AND. FLOWER --? SHOW.- ' t ' ' ' THB: ; ; Batlow Fourth Annual FRUIT AND FLOWER , SHOW Has Been Postponed TILL , -? MAY 4. ' 1 ?; _ i _1 _; ? J .?,.?_? ,M:F. O'OONNBLI, i-J'i,/-'- '/,.?- -' j,' -. .:- , j.,'1 Seorotnry. j -J 'v ?''-' '?.?' 'THE '- V Adelong and Tumut ! ? , Hxpress i-Is obtainable fromr the following i , ,;''''' agents': — Wns.-'nROWN; Tumnt-Bt;, Adelong H. SPEIC1I, Tmmit h.: OLKMENTH, Shepiu-dbtown D, 'WATSON, Cimhamstown. LET'S TALK BUSINESS AND Let's Come, to the Point, at Once. ;, ' Hi.- , i P\ ENERALL'Y speaking the public are aware that during the last six months raw materials of 8 t n all descriptions have enormously advanced in price. That means thai all kinds of General ^- ? Merchandise and Store Goods will as a rule BE A HIGH PRICE this winter. 'We say as a...
Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Ball. Following its usual custom the Hiber,-, nian Society will hold its. arnual ball in the Oddfellows' Hall ' to-morrow night. The committee have spa/od no pains to ensure its success. All the arrangements are now complete and every effort is being made tc ex cel the former gatherings of the kind held * under the auspices of the' local brotherhood. The secretary (Mr. C. T. Holt) informs us that the tickets .are receiving a ready sale. There is every prospect of a large aUeuclance. The prico of admission has been raised slightly above that formerly obtaining/ the object of the committee being to conduct, the bell on a moro elaborate scale! Messrs. Homann's band will be engaged to supply the dance music. :Itis anticipated that it will bo ono .of tho chief events of tho season, .Tickets are obtainable from tho secretary. ? Wo desire to call oiir readers' atten tion to the . fact that Mr. F. B. Witt, Adelong, , and 'Messrs. Ormis-' ton a iid Oruiston. Tiunut, have ob tained tho local ...
Colonial. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
-? ' Colonial. ; . ,.; / Sydney.- Mondav. f To-day is observed a'a a^ public holi day, except by retailers and tbo vrork iiig classes. All arrangements are complete for the Imperial Bushmen's' contingent embarking', to-day. ? Some of the buildings on 'the .line of route are decorated. - .' ? ' , ,'. At the unveiling of the memorial in memory of Sergeant-Major Griffin yesteiday, it was suggested both by the' Premier and the Mayor that a National Memorial be erected to all the Austra lians who fall in the' war. The Premiers' Conference concluded at. Melbourne on Saturday, and the Premier returned .yesterday. It was decided to protest against any altera tion ill the bill, but it was admitted that thb amendments were less object tionable than the delay., , , Trio Agent-General cables ? that the proposal to sanction the investment of British trust funds in colonial stocks will bo jeopardised if the right to .ap peal to the Privy Council is abolished. Three fresh cases' of plague occurred...
TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
? TELEG1UMS. ?Home and Foreign. Tho Pi'inco of Wales did not haltlat Brussels. The relief force has reached Ku massi. The, situation is-improviug. '. 'Tho Queen, in thanking, ssnt the Victoria order to the station-master ?for'seizing Sipidio. ' '. . - ? ? ?? . ' Tho crowd cordially cheered tho Prince of Wales with unbounded '.en- thusiasm while ho was driving through London. -. ?/ il'h'e Kasior's kindly impulse in un expectedly journeying from Berlin to Altonia aud summoning his bro ther, Prince Henry from' Thiel is! regarded, besides a tribute '? of family affection towards the Prince of Waled, as a graceful' and .significant compliment to England. Tho leading French newspapers interprets as 'em phasising the Anglo-German entente and rebuke Anglophobia for fore shadowing Mr. Fischer's utter failure in Berlin and elsewhere. -
Tuesdays Telegram's LONDON Monday 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900
Tuesdays Telegram's London Monday 28. Privates Henry (of Queensland) and Bennett (of New South Wales artillery), are seriously ill. 'Ian Hamilton is^successfully em ploying the Australian' Bushmen to scour tho country in purchasing re mounts, and securing thoso on un occupied farms. On Saturday they brought in 160 horses and 12 mules, r 2000 V. horses at Basutoland ?, are awaiting transport. /The ',' Standard' states, that Lord Roberts has delayed the nocessitjf for clearing his flanks and rear as the ac cumulating stores in front will be lost and communication interrupted. His army, when it moves, will consist of 70,000 men, perfectly equipped. 1000 Boers on Saturday crossed Sunday River Bridge and shelled a colliery.' Tho British nearer guns drove them off. - Sir . Charles Warren has traversed Durban .and East London. ' It is understood he will assume a civil post in the Free State. v GO.iguns -.haye, been mounted, at Krdonslaadt,' land; 7 ' 'French* 'guns at Pretoria.. , Qn Monda...