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BAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
BAGO. On accpunt of the early rainfall mining operations are -in full swing, much earlier than for tho past four years. Messrs. Corberf and Currie have commenced sluicing ; they have been unable to work their ground for some months owing to tho absence ot water, but with an early start this season they should do well, for the claim is considered the' premier sluicing claim, on the Bago water shed. . . '''.' . '.'' Messrs.' Ebmsen' and Jones havo also cpmniencedt work, with 'a .'plentiful supply of ^water.' ..^''..'?'?'?'??'r-V.l' .':'? ',?'.; : '.,',' 1 Messrs.' Lucas '-and;. ; Smith1 havo washed up, with highly payable -! re-' suits;' SThis ?'?.claim - has ! cost ,? about; eight 'hundred pounds' to .'open tip,'bvit'; is-in-.good..working^.order..now_^and; ?prpmises'to'giy(£a;.^ outlay. . :? '?c'vCl'iv''-'''-';'iiIA-'-.'*-i*'''*''---:' : ; : Messrs. Jenkins; -'Peel,- and party are blasting a .tailiace dnto the well knq)vn; Bussian Camp, jflfttj,- which has. been paddbcked,oyer many ...
An Appeal to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
An Atroeal to Farmers. A circulab has been addressed to the farmers of New South Wales by Mr. ,J. J. Miller, secretary of the Farmers and Settlers' Co-operative Association, Limited, stating that at a meeting of the board of directors of the associa tipnfon the 20th inst., it was unani-' ninndv n.nrropil t.tani; n,n n.nnpn.l lip issuer to the farmers of New South Wales to contribute one bag of wheat each (or the value of one bag) towards the re lief of the starving millions in India. The 'Railway .Commissioners ? . have agreed to : convey . the contributions. free from 'the country,; Mr .; James ! M'Mahou has consented to ; cart the' same .'free', from the station to the wharf, and Messrs.- Dangar, Gedye and Co. have also agreed to receive, store, and deliver the .same., ,: The directors believe, thecirciilate'states, that every farmer will respond to this appeal as a 'means of showing (thankfulness arid gratitude to Divine Providence for re moving the severe rdrpught which has afli...
Tumut A. and P Association. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Tumut A. and P Association. A meeting of tne above association was held at TattersaU's Hotel on Wednesday afternoon, the principal item being to decide the ' Guessing Competition.' After much heated discussion, arid the Secretary refusing to hand over the' sewing machine, it was proposed to let his daughter keep tho machine and to present Miss Lowther with a cheque for £6 10s. The proposal was accepted. : The Eoyal Commission appointed to inquire into the case Of William Creswell report that he ;is not the real Sir Boger-Tichborne. !The commis sion iecommend the release of Cress well, from the Parramatta Asylum, but Mr. B. D. Maher objects' to this pro posal. - Atelong Tailoring Co., Adelong (next Carbine's). -New Winter Patterns just ar rived. ' ?
The War Thursday's Telegrams. THE BOERS AT THABANCHU London, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Tfee War Thursday's Telegrams. THE Bp'EES AT. , THABANCHU ? London, Mav 2. Lord Boberts.reports that the Boers' attack oi) the Tljabanjiihu district -was persistent, on. Saturday, ami Sunday.' Major -General, Bundle's position is vory strong., ,. ' . The enemy in tho vicinity wore fewer on Monday, .enabling Major General French to strengthen Lieu tenant-Colonel Hamilton, who, with Lieutenant-Colonel Dorrien, ..is light ing a strong force at Hautnek, 1.2 miles- north-west, under Botha. Hamilton's. .casualties number. SQ.
Mail Time Table, ADELONG. Arrivals from: [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Mail Time Table, ADELOtfG., Arrivals from : Sydney, Melbourne, etc., via Gundagai — 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). Tumut, Gilmore, etc.^12.15 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). Batlow, Turhbarumba, Middle Adelong, etc. — 11.45 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays. Batlow, via ? Gilmore— 12.15 p.m., Mon days and Thursdays. Sharp's Creek, etc. — 11 a.m., Wednesdays and Fridays. ' Mount Adrah, Hillas Creek, etc,'— 11.45 p.m., Saturdays. . Departures1 for : Sydney, Melbourne, etc.:, via Gundagai — 12.45 p.m. daily (Sundays, excepted). Tumut, Gilmore, etc.— 2.15 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). Batlow, Tumbarumba, Middle Adelong,' etc. — 2.30 p.m., Tuesdays and FridayB. ' Batlow, via Gilmore — 2.15 p.m , Satur days. Sharp's Creek, etc. — 2.30 p.ra , Wednes days and Fridays. Mount Adrah, Btillas Creek, etc.— 2.30 p.m., Saturdays. i'- ' English mail, daily, 12-45 p.m. via Syd ney ; on Tuesdays 12.45 p.m., via Melbourne. Registered, parcel and newspaper portion of mails close one hour before stated time ...
Note these Comments! [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Note these Comments !. The ': Express', is ; a. well ; printed - ?' )( paper. . We extendthe hand of friend.ij ?', '.,. ship to our Adelong contemporary,.and i,.,,-, hope it will live and thrive. Adelong- ' has long^vanted.a. paper; now. that ? it, ?-.?;; has1, got one general support should be accorded it. — '. Gundagai- Indepen- - 'deht.' ..-. ? , . _. The 'Adelong and Tumut Express,' juuusiiea -in .aaeiong, tne latest aa di'tion to couhtfy-' journalism, is well - printed ? arid carefully edited. '-' The new venture - should --have -good p'rbs- ' : pect's of success.—' Wagga Adver-:':' tiser.'. -? '' ? ?''? '; ?-'' .'; ?'?- ?- We have plea's'u:r6linluddirig'it.tb''otit''-' list ofi exchanges... It. is 'excellently - printed, very carefully edited,- -has - a ' fine collection of news -and telegraphic news up to date, and is to b'e a, 'cham picai of local requirements, as the lojcal ?' paper, should be. The issue pleases us' ''.] so well that we do not like to:b*e'criti-'-' cnl, — '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Government Advertisement.. Government Architect's Office, 27th April, 1900. mENDEBS. addressed to the Clerk of Petty JL Sessions at Cootamundra and endorsed ' Tender for Additions,' will be received up to NOON on MONDAY, the 14th MAY, 1900, for additions to the Police Station, Adolong. Plans and Specifications are to be seen, and forms of Tender obtained, at the Court Hou^o, Adelong and Tumut.i JAS. MacGBEGOB, District Inspector. Notice to Sporting Men. ,A MEETING of GENTLEMEN interested A. in the formation of a ' ' ? .' ' . GUN CLUB will be held at tho ROYAL HOTEL, Ade long,' on THUBSDAY, 'Ma/ ' 17, 1900. All those desirous of taking! part in the move ment please forward thoir names to the undersigned. JAMES TBEACYj '??'?' Convener.' Grahamstown, April 25, 1900. THE GEAHAMSTOWN . Butchering Establishment. Q TREWEEK, Wholesale and lletni O. Butcher, in thanking the public of Grahamstown and surrounding district for the patronage-accorded to him in the 'past, assures his customers th...
BY RIGHT OF LOVE. CHAPTER V[?] [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
? BY RIGHT OF LOVE. CHAPTER VIII. ' 'Quick, Sorge I' Mona was scarcely conscious that she had called him by his Christian name, but ho thrilled in every nerve as he hastened to do her bidding. By the time she had followed him ' on deck, the White Witch was already . under orders to put about, and go to the rescue of the man whoso head was visible from time to time above the water. Evidently he was an expert swimmer and diver, for he was able to disappear for quite long intervals. ,. Directly the yacht's interference on his behalf became Apparent, the Santa Eulalia opened fire 'on the poor wretch'.. 'Oh!' . . -?? Mona did not scream, her exclama tion was uttered more in disgust than terror. Then she stood with clenched hands looking on at the terrible sight of a human being fighting, for life, arid freedom against such odds. The White Witch was bound to reach him first ; but would he havo strength to come on board ? It was useless to think of letting down a boat. A shot from tho scho...
THE PLAGUE SCARE. (To'the Editor,). [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
THE PLAGUE SCARE. .-. ? :.;''(T6-the Editor;)' ;' ,. . Sir, — As widespread -intorest- has ?boon taken in the case of Mrs. Tillett, sour., who was currently ? reported to be suffering from ? plague, 'perhaps (as tho doctor who was called in to soo her) I may bo permitted through ? your'columns to publish authentic par ticulars of her illness. I first saw hor on Sunday,. :April 22nd; She told me she had dof t Sydiiey ? ' on tho Friday evening .previous, aml-- had partaken of tinned fish for- dinner: and badly cooked lia-n for tea, and was taken iU in- ? the train during, the1 journey up. Sho attributed her ill ness to tho fish or ham or both. On examination I found. her.' tomporaturu very high (103-6), tongue vocy coatod and furred, and sho complained' ;of great pains in the stomach, and head-1' acho. Like hecself, I looked .on her. illness as in all probabiHi-Y;;froo.ito ihoi tinned fish and ham, and -tront&d Shei1' accordingly. On Monday morning 1 found her much better, but...
Surveys. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Surveys. ,,,; Mh. W. Fi B.^siiy, ;' Covernment^ Snir-' , voyor, has' :beon ' snrvoying ''SeVeral ' suburban areas near Adolqpg, some at ' the' rear of Mr. Jas. Curtis's residence and .about 20:.-o&hgttf;.-tffljo£nia&:Mr.'I'- Farrington's paddock, on tho Wagga road. When this work is cojupleted he departs for'Tunlbanunba, where te has (JO blocks'Jtp suryoy. . ' , At; a meeting of;'the'cttiTihi'if£ee'of ;'' tho Cootamundni' Cfty' 'Cbuhcil'' oil' l! Monday,' a sceno ocohrJed'.'bohvedn :' Aldermen Norton' and Wiitkins. After ?' some high words tho two aldormon ap-' proachod each other, and a scufBp eh- ' sued, which did . ,'not, ,' liowever, last long, tho two it;atb aldermon' being ' soparated. 'The' 'i ncident then' tefm'ind- ' ' 'tod, and the c'pniniitte'o proceeded iW'' discuss 'business. : '''? ' ' '''* ' ' '??' ? ?:'.'??? ' Jl. .: ??'?.- .'. .si. 'Mr. Charles 'E.1 Doe';' Havelbck;'' N.Z., says :— j' I bog to be, allowed. to,-, add my testimony to the , excellent' '...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
TUMUT. A number of Tumut people who left here last week to ' attend the Waggtf races returned on. Saturday last 'look ing rather .disappqinteel, most of thein having backed Crystal for the' Wagg'a' Cup. ' ' . . ?'/'. ? Wo wore shown the carcase of a' fine bullock at Mr. A. E. Wilkinson's . hllfr»Vini»'a oVinr* nn T'l-iiivprlnif- ' TV'^i.Art that of a ' Worker, fattened at : Sir. 'JV T. Wilkinsonvs'place, Springfield, 'and scaled 185Qlb.'. IiP'this beast Had been prime we are sure he would 'have weighed close on 10001b. ? Such cattle are few and far between. Mr. Young, who has left Tumut for ' good' receiveda very enthusiastic send off in the Temperance Hall on Monday last. There wero a number of people there, and dancing was com menced at eight' sharp and continued till the small hours of tho morning. Mr. S. Groves gave a very' appropriate speech, at the conclusion of which'Mr. Young's frien'ds'presehted' him with a pipe as a token of esteem^ ' They tHen brought ah enjoyable evening...
He Found Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
''' ; He Pound Relief. ? ; Geohge Robeut Rodkin, Town Clerk, Iuunara, says :-r-' I have great pleasure in stating., that, .having ..used Chamber laiu's 'Pain 'Baliri 'in a1 very severe attack of sciatica, I found immediate relief. Had before tried many other embrocations for ''the same purpose, but found-1 this ..the' most ''' efficacious. ' Several of my friends who have' bebn' afflicted with rheumatism have on my advice tried Ohamborlain'sPiiin Balm with equally gp'ocVresnlt's.' I confidently recominond it to those in need of a good household liniment or embroca tion.' — Chamberlain's''' -Pain Balm is sold by Messrs. Ormiston. and ,0rmis ton, Tumut, -and Mr. Fred'.-' B.iiWitti1; Adelong. ;'? ' * . A petition ,h?ig;. been t prepared at Broken Hill, for ^presentation to the Governor, .praying for the commu tion'of the deaths sentence passed on Samuel Ensor, Syhb was sentenced to death for tho murderof. Ellen Jensen, at the recent Cirb'u'it 'Court.'
Tumbarumba News. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Tumbarumba News. A well-attended social was held on Wednesday night last, at the 'Union Hotel, for the purpose of giving Constable Eastbrook some little token of esteem fiom his many friends on tho occasion of his doparturo for Parramatta, to which station he , has vncmvod rmimofcinn. Mr. S. V. T?mn say (the chairman), in making tho presentation to Constable Eastcrbrook, spoko very highly of the guest as an efficient officer, and as one whom tho residents were very sorry to lose. He said it gave him' great pleasure in presenting him, on behalf of those present; with a set of hair brushes, and also to him, on behalf of Mrs. Eastcrbrook, a purso of sovereigns. Mr. Easterbrook responded for himself and on behalf of his wife, thanking them very much for tho kindness shown both to himself and family. He expressed regret at leaving so many valued friends, but was forced to do so on account of the climate not agreeing with Mrs. Easterbrook's health. Several other gentlemen, among whom were...
BATLOW NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
BATLOW NEWS. Ai'last we -have been favored with a glimpse ? of ;a road maintenance man. It;:is quite a rarity to see such a person in this part of the district, 'arid, like all other rarities of its kind, has been short and. .sweet., , The work started was the' cleaning of the water table on the western side of tho main street, onnosite the hotel. The sludae wiis 'shovelled1 out'in .-a heap bri the upper ''side',- 'directly in the natural water ,: course' : from the' :- upper part of the* : town, 'and .there it remains— a nice trap for ; some unlucky pedestrian on a dark 'night; possibly' it may be the means' of .turning some traveller's sulky, over. 'One or two days were wasted .over'' the job. ' Such road .tinkering', is. only' waste ; at any time. This ?particular 'spot requires a good culvert tb take the water to the lower side of the main street; as it is riot unusual at times of heavy .rain to see the hotel almost flooded out. The annual vote for 18 miles of road, which forms ...
Small Yarding of Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Small Yarding of Sheep. The 2,953 sheep and lambs yarded at the Homobuslv Fat Stock Markets yesterday, constitute a record for the smallest number ever offered in tho present yards. Now and again the supply has been very small, but they have never before gone below 8000. One of tho ' oldest buyers said he remembers once whtin the sales were hold in the 'old yards at the back of Hom'ebush, that the buyers all rolled up, but found that there was not One sheep in the yards.
Vote for Public Parks. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
Vote for Public Parks; The vote for the resumption, pur chase, and improvement for public parks has,, according' to, a. communica- tibri received by a Willoughby Coun cil from tho Departments of Lands, been almost absorbed in defraying the cost of resuming and purchasing lands, the acquisition of which was arranged some time ago, and that consequently the inquiries that are being constantly made by members of Parliament and others as to the distribution of the vote will take place are not exactly opportune. It is explained that, owing to the inevitable delays in satis factorily completing legal formalities, it is always a matter of difficulty to determine beforehand what amount in any particular year would bo re quired for: the purpose of approved acquisitions. However., Mr. Hassall, whilst regretting that the balance of the vote at his disposal ifi scarcely sufficient to meet requirements, hopes shortly to have the amount supple mented, and to-. bo in a posstion to deal with all re...
CRICKET. BAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 4 May 1900
CRICKET. BAGO. Our cricketers journeyed to Uplands on Saturday through all the rain, for the purpose of playing for the Lewis Challenge Cup, which the Uplands C.C. won from them about a fortnight ago. Mr. W. Cottam captained the Bago boys, and Mr. Ryan acted like wise for the Uplands players. As there was not sufficient time for Bago to play out their second innings, it was declared a win for Uplands on the first innings by 25 runs. The following are the scores. : — Uplands. — First Innings. W. Densey, b B. Sheenn ? 0 A. McDonnell, b.-E, Pierce ? .- 1 .T. Divvis, c and b E. Pierce ? 52 E.Anderson, c W. Cottnni, b B. Sheean 0' .T. Young, b T. Lucas ? : V ? . -22 P. Webber, e W. Cottiim, b G., Cottam .. i E. Byun, stBell, b E. Pierce.. ...... ...„ 4 A. Quamby, c and b E. Pierce ? 1 A. Dunn, b Sheean ? ......'. 4 J. Dean, not out ? :'.............. 1 Vf. Dixon, b E. Pierce ? 0 .89 Second Innings. E. Anderson, b E. Pierce. ? 3 A. McDonnell, c W. Cottam, b E. Pierce 18 W. Deasey, c McGly...