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THE PUBLICATION OF THE DESPATCHES. LONDON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900

THE PUBLICATION OF THE ' DESPATCHES. . .;. - London, 'April 22.'' Mr. Long, speaking ,aL/IIull; .said tho censures werq published when they were unlikely to ulToct the' rcsullsVof operations. The recall of the generals was entirely in Lord Roborts's dis cretion.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RICH GRAIN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900

THE RICH GRAIN DISTRICTS*. President Stdyn' is urging, at all costs, to provent.tho, British securing the rich grain districts of Wcponer, Ladybrand, and Ilicksburg.... ' ; rf

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Buck-jump Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900

'Back-jump Riding. A c,av,\t [deal r'of' 'talk has been in dulged in since the late Gundagai Show, about the, '. 'outlaw 'j who so abiydislbclge'd'two'of his 'riders, and who was eventually ridden ? by A. Harris, of -Wernalong Station. Many wero under the impression that the horse, given a spell, and brought up fresh, would unseat ' young Tlarripl Tho result was that a match' ,.was' made between the horse's present owner and Harris for £5 aside, and on Friday last a few spectators.witnessed tho fun at , . iBrunglo,.,,whei;e , the; big roan was saddled'up for' Harris.-' 'The horso.went at' it pretty ?hotlyj. for a whilo, but failed to unseat,, his rider, who thus won tho stake.     On Saturday last the Rev. G.   Soares, Rector of Christ Church,   Cobargo, and Miss Mary Jekyll, youngest daughter of the late Edward Jekyll of Wollongong, were married at Cobargo. Mr. Soares has had charge of the Cobargo parish for about nine years, and ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDINGS. EVANS—DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900

WEDDINGS.   EVANS — DAVIS. A very pretty and interesting wedding took place at the residence of the bride's parents 'Woodlands'' on Wednesday last, when Mr. Alfred Colley Evans, son of Mr. George Evans of ' Glenrow,' was united in the bonds of matrimony with Miss Jane Davis, eldest daughter of Mr. A. Davis, of Gilmore. The impressive ceremony was performed by the Rev. Owens Mells, in the presence of a large gathering of friends, clearly showing the high esteem in which the happy pair are held. The bride entered with her father by whom she was given away. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. James Davis as best man. Th bride, who looked extremely pretty, was gowned in a       white silk costume, nicely trimmed with brochè and silk chiffon lace. This was completed with the usual long tulle veil and wreath of orange blossoms. She carried an exquisite bouquet of choice white flowers and maidenhair fern, and wore a gold bangle — the gift ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLSOPP — BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 April 1900

ALLSOP—BARNES   Christ Church, Cootamundra, on the afternoon of the 18th inst. was the     scene of a pretty and fashionable wed- ding, when Miss Alice Mary Barnes, youngest daughter of Mr. John Barnes, M.P., was united to Mr. Thomas Allsopp, of Tumut, youngest son of G. Allsopp, Esq., Murrum- burrah (says the 'Liberal'). The monograms of the happy pair, A.M.B. and T.P.A., worked with ivy leaves, were on either side of the chancel, the flowers on the altar being pure white roses, chrysanthemums, and maiden hair fern, while a ' marriage bell 'of similar blossoms was suspended over the heads of the bride and bride- groom. Seats placed in the chancel and one side of the choir stalls were reserved for thoe invited guests, the body of the church being filled with interested spectators. Just before 3     o'clock the Rev. Canon Betts, accom- panied by the bridegroom and best man, led the way to the chancel,   whe...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

'temmmmMt^ 'Messks';!1'.: H. and S. Wilkinson, auctioneers and station ageiits, Tiunut, l^nSfHiif^, the i week endihg'''Saturday; ''lagfc iiiii^ :ha;ve,,sp,ld on jacfiqunt^pf ^arTo-is 'ownei-sfiQC i heacl of fat cattle',' '.bullp.cks'r/ingiiig 'froin.ifi5/5 to £7/5,. and . cbws. from ?88./15 tp M 4/10. ... ' '&{ ^.^Pme^us^,;salesv:the...8)ieepi inarkqi 'ppenej,. ^jicni,.. a,t;. iinprbyed '.values', niiprpylng.,as sales, progressed, , .aiidlclqsi'n'g;strong; ; '?'??; (; ;,' ''' ' Catffo.^-As the suppjy .jya's in excess of requirements ' the 'lnarket' opened lower, and -? sales1- ?' dragged -'^ ^heavily. . Bullocks ,sold:;f rq'm'i£7 153^ 'tb; ^9: 'for ;pvimo, /.;;.-; ['-'? '?'?r- '?'.}''; \ ;v'»': ;' ?- ,~ 7^'i'V1. ? dUiQvo is no' ,chtfngo'of 'nb'fi.-i^'.'W1 ?vt'h'eat ,or. p'roduce;.'mafket, whioh' is* well isupplied iii'alllmes.'; '?' :':i ,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowel Complaint in Children. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

Bowel'.'CJom'DlaintiiiS.hiicireD;; ,'Ay3iiianJCi tliD'.'suuamor-jijphth's' ? ciijl-;' dreii are sub' jecfiio dj_s.pi;iTe:^pf thftbow^ els1land''sho\Udv'recQh^!!tho''tmb3,t-.^ fiiP aTtontion , „ As; sppn. as ivany. j-lopsor:. ness pf the; -bowels'-^ is; 5. noticed,; Chamberlain's ;.; Colic, -.Cholera. ;.; and; DiatrhcsjiuEcmcdy -should -.be! given. Wiion . cKildren aro .teething .they, have! mpro or :less : diarrhcsiv, wiiieK; 'can/bocbntroUed b.yvgiving..£hamb(ir-,. jia.in!s!doli'c,!VGh61efa'.tahd';'DiaiThceivi Remqdy. ' Full directions with .pachj. bot.tie.'.,,Sold.;-.by - Messrs. ..Oriijiston, ?.nhi-jprimston',. -Tumut/'aiid'-Mr.-: Fre.d.,.. B.;^afct, 'Adelbiig., ,.,?,., v.-n^jbi'^-ol

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

'?''.: Colonial. .'??'? i ;-.? ? ,!v?vl!;owB^;EY,?[?l^^lI(mv..,i?,; ;'-Mr; .Jtoios';Sficvrespqhded'-for, the , government at ' Sathurstr Show 'yes- ' ?terday. ''Mr. lJynb:-Sv'as''''1imable : to nttend-.'..The spe'eches' were' devoid of politic.ai,intere'sj,.i. ' 'l.VrfJi.'''^.:,]';-!.!' A VivoBon tni-ii'hYir- TiajT'liaen' made' ' to Mr.' Schey'. jby.;!»iembei1s';q'f';tlie:Pro .tect}onist';Gpof|ren^e fp'r';'Kis;'fierVi?e| in the cause,'.'.. '.';;?';. ; ''V \.' ' ..,?/'?'?'? ' The Mayor, of A'delMde'lliqSiS'ent 'a; cablegram t6flIi^-J.CMmbcrl:am'.'tha^ TSg majority Igi ' the . loyal / Spnf-h rS^usljEalian citizei|s i favor tho' Privy Council as the nnal^court of appeal. The steamer Qua-aiig^' lias gone on th'6 reefs at Cppktowu.j Parts _;_pf- the cargo 'being 'discharged,' she was*' got oil' anid afterwards beached. :** :' ;, ! '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. LONDON, Tuesday. PACIFIC CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

'??''' rn?T VPl) A TVTti v- ' 'ILLJitljliAMo. .' i,'h ',. j.'. Home and Foreign. ,; ;, :-,,-r. ,,.,,. ',.',,; London, Tuesday; MJ ^PACIFIC, CABLE- ,. ' The-Pacific Qable 'Board's report isf relidvitfnditende.i^ for Jaying. the cable. Will 'be'privately invited,: immediately. ' ::'-'s';; . ^FEDERATION-. '?? ,- : ' '. The Federal -DeleHiltes are some what discpuraged.' ' iThe Premiers : 'somo\vhat' ' uncertain ??tone, ? it is de ' cliired, is ciilcnlated' to .create .difficul ^iesfand'possiblydfeturb-the' unanimity- 'hitherto prevaifingi -''-;:'. ?-? ? ' ':.-Itb:as beeii determined to publish the! text of thePromiers' cable;' : ' ? The strongest coiivictions-6xist that, 'the 'judges are: ?eeeking; the dniluence df ^'tlie^6c)lonia'FJ:'Omce- ;ielivtlVe m vtoi 'appeals:1';' I ''''' ???''?''?''?''}}. ';;' ? ?''?':! f v Jwlgb '?Wayi'^:n1toe;is«:p.ecialLy;men--

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Friday's Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

..-..- : Frid?iy's.Telejgranis, ; .'.?, '.] ;''1:;r'Loi.i)'oNrThursday.-;'- President Kruger has collected an enormous (juaaaiy . of. provisions. \ at Lydcnburg, 150. miles fyqm Pretoria!, He parpeses .tp..make his^final. stand thoro. ' ... ..„?....;?? . ? ? -,'?.' ??-,. : Vha X5 men. of- the Worcester Eegi mont, reported missing while inarching' from Ecddersinbg,; ?-. ( lost -, iKok; way ^whilst ?' searching fpr .jwat'er',', shambled into a Boer camp and' were captured! , Pa^et, witli'8lifi\^X'Wa-'?y^'li.^-^''' pelleclthe poe^^w.^'tMv -rf?iche.s aiid camp a^Fwi'teen^gain^ £,;',;., ???;? JIajor Gfei^n^yOu^ nuance of Lo^,d JobortsV^trup.kQns, crossed the e)-em^' %-?r-;Wfl-,¥^gft|i7, ;V tllW Blink. ?'.;... . .*? .„ v: , v.i,f;.-i -, ?:: :!:'7,vi: ' The Boers, . meanwhile /.alarmed, f u;ttod Re Wet's Dorp, Majpi,Geiieral; Iliorinsido occupyiuR it iVnoJ)m)sedi' ^f , rLieutonant;Cqlp,\Vo^ T'^Vr ^amiltbii .clfed 'nil tljofkopjes^m'. tha .i^iigh ibiiurljbddiof tliQ^aterwprKS,.; .;... ? r-r...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table, ADELONG. Arrivals from: [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

Mail Time Table, ADELONG. Airiviils fioni : Sydney, Melbourne, etc., via Gumiagai — 1.40 p.m. daily (Sunday csconted). Tunmt, Gilmorc,. etc. — 12.15 p.ir. daily (Sunday oxceplod). Lutlow, Tumbnrumba, Middle Adelong, etc.— 11.45. p.m.; Tuesdays nnd Fridays. Diitlow,' via Gihnoie — 12.13 p.m.,*, Mon days and Thursdays. ? Sharp's Creek, etc. — 11 a.m., Wednesdays and Fridays. Mount Adrah, Hillns Creek, etc,— -11.45 p.m., Saturdays; ?' ' Departures for: Sydney, Melbourne, etc., via Gumlngai — 12.45 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). 1 Tumut, Gilmore, etc. — 2,15 p.m'. daily (Sunday excopted). Bntlotv, Tmubnruniba, Middle Adolcnj, etc.— 2.30 p.m.,, Tuesdays and Fridays ! Batlow, via. Gilmore — 2.15 -p.m , ,*Satur-! days.' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ..-.'?,' ; Sharp's Creek, etc.— 2.30 p.m , Wednes days and Fridays'. ' ' ' ''- , i . ? ?' . Mount Adrah, Ilillas Cieek, etc.— 2.30 p.m., Saturdays.. English mail, daily, 12-45 p.m. via Syd ney j on Tuesdays 12.45 p.m., via Melbourne. Registered, parcel and new...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Supposed Case of Plague. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

The Supposed Case of Plague The circulation bi a rumour that the plague .had broken out in Adelong naturally caused great uneasiness of mind throughout the community, but :the fact thai such a rumour was spread around in its bald state, without any qualifying appendage, is quite enough to shock the feelings of any person. The information that there is a case of sickness which,' for a few days, baffled the skill of the Government Mecacal Officer (Dr. Lyttleton) and Dr. . Watson, has become public pioperiy, but beyond being sus picious it presented no marked symptoms of. plague whatever. The high temperature, accompanied by a quick pulse .and yoniiiing, and coming immediately after the patient's recent i visit to Sydney, .caused the dqcubrs' ,t6^ treat the case 'with con siderable cauiion.'r' While i the patient was iuiiderj observation *news.^was sent toroneiqf the Sydney dailies that h, suspicious case, had occurred. Pre uously, ho^e\er, ihe Board of Health had asked foi the whole h...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thursday's Telegrams. [?] LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

'' ; Thursday's Telegrams;: ? i t ?-? 'i t' t. ,. Tjonoon. ? AVGtlnesdii.v. -' Lieutenant-General' Polo-Carow and. General French have: reached Tweed'-' pluk, five miles south of-Leenw Kop.;. A.littleljppositio'rt was offered. I J'{\ZT I. i-Ni:\Q -'out of:, the : 11 Dragoons. rep. portecl missing-ftayeirewiriieu:.-! ,;,..' -.-; ' . Lieutenant-Ofeneral Ian',- Hamilton- seat 140 New. South Wales ;.-Lancer^ tq'occr.py .a squareJkopje oh the^Mcd-., der.Eiyei\ . /After jovaejnyiug^^iey accomplished -the ?iask'. ???r-*'.j- ?.?:?.''-? Brigadier-General1 Maxwell's ^bri gade has lnovod'eastwardB and seized the hills covering Krantz Kraal/ A waggon bridge cut off- the retreat of the Boers northwards. ? ? :?' ? The ' Standard's-' correspondent .estimates thai there were 8000- Boers entrenched invhe hills when it ? was decided to advance on Samahpost. The British hold lists of 12,003, rebels in Cape Colony and Natal. .'?; . i !Thc Boers froin-Natftl and SoHi'tti'of the T.:ansvaal have reinfbrce...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY RIGHT OF LOVE. CHAPTER v (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

BY RIGHS OF LOVE. ciwrTiwF v (continued). ' I am ready, scnorita.' 'Entor Uigu.' The laugh -was mutual as they sur veyed each other's altered appearance. Had it not bren for his cl' secrcp pad hend, the Spanish desperado would havo made a very hnndtone woman, while Zebra's wealth of black Inn1 was the only thing to make ono^ doubt her being, in very truth, a daring young criminal;- ?. ' . .. \ '?#??--'' ? '? Onrhnnvls will. bctrayV.-us,' she snid, at last. , ' YoiV must'Hako my bailor hat', and lio'sp itHon ns you best can.' Hadn't you- ft', cap fijl;i t.{ 'Host it c6niiug;along.'.'i,, , . ' Then I must risk detection. Come, it is not safq.fo-.deiay.,v'1Whqie do you v. a it ? to - ro ? .; Perhaps;, ,1, can . direct ' «'HIvielLyou'that,;Ji'.shall place myself entirely, ?at.-.your; ;mo!rcy. ] I wonder if-Iidaro ?.,fYoii are lulf Eng-, ? lish, you see.' ' How do yoiv know tbat'?^ i .- ?,-. ' It is not so ? Are ''you not Zebra Beaudesert, daughter of. the late Lord . Darkhaven? I'seo.tI...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

Accident. Ouk readers will be glad to learn that. Mis Homann, seni , is piojiessing cfovtlv, though fa^o^lablJ, towaids r°coveiy OjI Thmsc'ay nikmnoon, the 19th rasu , -while she was seated in a caio din en by hei granuson, the horse bolted, ;and, coming mi*) collis da -with iho coire1 post of a fence, the cart w as ca ivted, and all the occnpaius thrown ovt Hei. gipndchilcltcn escaped scoo fiee, but she lay profoundly unconscious, unti was taken up and 'carried to her son's residence'. 'Dr. Watson was sent for, and pronounced her to be svfi'er liig fiom a severe attack of concussion of the bi'iuh.* ' She became sUgh^y conscioi1? the next day, and is now, uhoi'^h Suill confined' ;to bed,' :srowly unpLoviugl Misfortune seems to bavnt the family, as about three mouth's ajo her husba.id fell out of the same cai t antl bioke his thigh. He recently re tucned fiom Gundagai Hospital, whe.e he was ad\ised to 4'0 by .Dr. Watson, and ib now only able to get about with the aid of a crnich and ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Wednesday.'s Telegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

?JL 11 v f y ©UJL , Wedne3day'.'s Iteleg'rams. ' ???i . ? j; L()Ni)ON, Tuesday. ni .-JLho bunnysmo rebels tried at. the Criminal Sessions; urged that1 many 61 their witnosses Wi»fe 'unprocuriiMo^at Capetown. Tli(s«iitebeirttiori-:'iL-6pl.io'il that it wa3 beciAiso ilitfy.wer'o li^htnlg with tho BoorsY' 'Three -woro' soii lonueu to live years imprisonment, others to throe 'years, and the youths to half-a-yoar and a yeiuv ' ? ' ??' ?!?-. Major-Generals ? Brabant and Hart, outflanking., com'polled ''the Boors -to . retire gradually. ??'-?' ? ?' ? ; ? Major-Gonoral Brabant is il'ow eight miles from Weponor'.' ;l ??' ????? : Tho Boors .iir-tho' neighbourhood 'of.- Wopener are jubilant at -ex-President, Stoyn's messages 'aii'n'diinoing1''tbat ? foreign intervention' in the present' struggle is certain/1 ??'???-??' ?'. ' ?' Ex-President' Sfceyn ? ;has implored tho Froo State 'Mirghorsto resistperid-i ing the enbrisin Europe- of 'Mr. A. ?Fischer and his ;co;-delegates to seourd peaco. : ? ?...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

..JlGK PROWSE & CO; '!?.''.-?'.'? win ? ?? : ;:.:; .'.' .run acoach' ? ... from .. ...,!? ...... Adelong to Adelong; Crossing ?!':;-l-;^mU^g^f,PJ ? j'C/.iji-s,^ '.v.v-MAi'/sVr. ;.!?;-;'? :::-'/'; '?' ?On; the -oesnsioii of the' 'OompHm'entiuy '?',??'? ? '-' l)liinerto;'Mr.-.Williiims;.»Seh.;V -:-ri ???hdiOHES? . lc&'ivo'' '? tlio'l:POST ''/OFWCE \UJl HOTEL at^l^Oyp^nl^and^als^^OiiiQ 'i '™%. ,;;;.;Veaiies'; a^iffiTuim./--'-: v^ :h^&ft;wHgmson| :^l'!^UOTlbNEBRS/«ft'''!5i S'ioCK;,' '^STATJLON, . . . AND':;1 QEi'BUAIi :,^;;7;^jxmissipn ''^giin^s; ; :;'; ^ ?;/; ; ?-* GwicK'. . i'. . . '.'v. V.'i .lioyjil1 Hbtol-.'.-V'Vr -W-' 'Viii-v;';..;1!.!:-:1!;,- i //:?-.?- uvs »i-:';:: .;/J::,:i:. tUictiqii^, 'giiilesvheldij lyiny. pa'rtrq'f-th'b - '?:? .;:?; ?(? distript^vlieii; retjiiired; iiv-.-j,?'.- '., -?, ???;i'-TV;;';.'i'W: -.-.., ::.v. ;...-,?;'- ??;. : :%??;.?:-?.,£-]: !.:-.j',l-)y'. 'Ac'GOiintsi!.' Sales'' Seiidercd /^prbinptly^' '.?:..li.;i.,.,.'i,-;iraudj')roceed...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

Personal. Mb. L. A. Lowe, accountant in the Bank of New Soath Wales, Tr.mut, who is in illhefilth; has been granted a month's holiday, and ' has gone'' to Mudg^e, the residence of his parontaj to re:upeiate. Mr. G. Rooke, of Tnmvt, whose l:fo was despaired of soine few weelrs fgo, has sufficiently recovered iro'm1 the attack of typhoid as to bo able to take a trip to Sydney. Mr. ?? A. E. Wilkinson, another typhoid patient, he having been sieved with the disease at Adaminaby, wheia ho was 'prpstrato lot - soveral we,el s, is cbnvales(|eiit, and has made Madgeo his recruiting ground. AdlioSo TAH.'diuWCio.'ftirinnteeii1! 'neir' woik. A lunl solicited.' G. .JncJitcj, Mnu &ci . ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A Mishap. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

? . ? A Mishap; -: ^ ;A M1BA.0UL0U3 escape' fi'oin'f1, yerysbri-^''' ous acbideii11 occuued oA Monday last to M-ssi'b AV Nehon artd S AViJkm- ' ' son Thoj woio lcciumng fio n'D'aV-1 l balua oi Monday last, land -\Uicn 116-11111,' a stscp cuttinj? tho hoiso they'' ^eio dining slucl ao a sheep which, ' wis tioJ up m tho njiddle of tho ioiuU', ' ^ iy, a}il, i\ hauling sharply, ioi'ii^,-Vl1 3l \»p it do,\,4 tho(sfcocp clcfdnity. ' Tfierp , '- ..lsaposi aiitl uul fcrtco aE the'bbl;-1 h)-n ot r^lo 'ciilti%' ahl thoHHorBo'-u lvh 1 in ) tin,, smashing fhe^fop1 lj ul, ail f i'l .io' ElO'u (ho lupapi, with '' i j slmli^ 'uul -^iinsii tho fence., ' ' The occupants iciaiaad the l seaos Jl t^rji^li'! tho ('imgoi, and haluly is & 1 Lho t- il tbey hal undergone' ' unlHl fie (loc'nity they hail imolun- l ti '\ d^'ondol liatl been st iVeye'd. S- i pep was it ihat iu tpok Tiiee men cnl tho hoiso to get the sulky back! tor the load. (

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PLAGUE. A SUSPICIOUS CASE IN ADEDONG. MRS. TILLETT THE SUSPECT. CONSULTATION OF MEDICOS THIS MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 April 1900

TgE jPLAGUE. ::' A ? SUSPICIOUS {: CASE- IN;-' .??' ?'?XADEDPNG:;. . ;;:-':'V'f' ' MRS. TILLETT THE SUSPECT.' .dQNS,ULiy/Arj?ION '. 01? ^.'MEDICOS ':!;.'';'':.;i.i;;.i1fiisr-MOENiiNi'G. ??? ? ? -?-: -,A- case 'of sickness presenting pecu liar features was^ Treportect-l-y -Dr. Watson to; the Government Medical Officer,; Dr. Lyttleton, during the weeK, tne patient being firs, xuiott, Residing on Surface Hill, near Adelong. Mrs. Tilletthasbeen'on a visit to the Metropolis, having left here on the 6th inst., and resided at ll.Excelsior street, Leichhavdt, -until the 18th, when, she went to Manilla, near Tanvworth, returning on Thiirs 'day, the 19th, and leaving _for Adelong within twenty-four hours. On the journey home she was taken ill, and upon arrival at her residence, Surface Hill, Dr. Watson was called in.. The symptoms were very high temperature, for several; days ,up to. 104deg.,;,; abnormally quick pulse; and vamitingV^V Dr. Watson coiil'ti not satisfy himself as to . the nature...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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