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Thursday's Telegrams. SYDNEY, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
Thursday's Telegrams. Sll'MA, Apill 0 Only ono case of plaguo was re ported yestorday, tho victim being a waitress, employed at a city restu rant, but residing atBalmain. , Owing to tho number of patients tho Piomier has decided to erect wooden buildings at the Quarantine Station. Tho cleansing of portions ot the isolated areas is proceeding rapidly. Tho New Zealand Piemicr says that sooner than run tho risk of tho plague in his colony, ho would not allow a single vessel to enter New Zealand. -
Attempt on the Life of the Prince of Wales. THE PLAGUE. LONDON, Thursday. A YOUTH THE WOULD-BE ASSASSIN. Monday's Telegrams. SYDNEY, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
Attempt on the Life of the Prince of Wales. London. Thursday. A YOUTH THE WOULD-BE ASSASSIN. ' On Wednesday night a youth named Sipidio fired a revolver twice at tho Prince of 'Wales at the Northern Station in Brussolls, but without in juring him. Whon the would-be assassin was arrested his pockets weie found to bo stuffed with anarchy literature. The Prince and Princess of Wales wore journeying to Copenhagen on the King's birthday. When leaving the northern for tho southern station, at Brussolls, the driver heard shots ' and stopped the train.- Sipidio stood on tho foot-board with a rovolver which ' he thrust into an open window of the saloon and said he intended to kill tho author of the slaying of thousands in South Africa, and averred that tho Prince was Mr. Chamberlain's accom plice. Tho Prince, self-possessed, alighted, and asked if the rovolvor wiis loaded. Hearing van affirmative, ho smiled. His Highness hopes the youth will be leniently dealt with. A warm message .was ' rec...
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
COMMERCIAL. STOCK REPORTS. Missus. Wilkinson and Wnlkor, auclioneeis, stock and station ngents,, of Tumut, lepoit having sold foi the quiuter ending Maich 31, direct and in conjunction with othoi agents, the following: — 11,5(-(S sheep (both fat and stove}, 1074 head- of cattle (both fat and stoic), 20 head of horses. The} albo lepoit having leased so\eial good piopeitics foi gia/,mg puiposes at satisfactoiy puces Mr. J. Besnard, auctioneer and stock and station agent, of Adelong, reports as follows : During tno past nipntii i .irnvo sola, by auction, on account of vanous owneis, tho following stock: — On account Mi. C. Bakci : 10 cows @ £4 3/- pel head, 15 bullocks (fi) £i 15/- r account Mi. Geo. Hajos: 7 head mixed cattle @ £.J 15/-; account Mi. Samuel Smith: 230 owes at 5/(i ; alsoseveial hoises langhig in piico up to £9,10/-. By 'private contract, in 'conjunc tion with agents, I ljavo disposed of : — 11 cows @ -Cl pel head on account Mi. C. J. Coglan, of Longlield; 17 bullocks @...
THE CAMP REEF. PROSPECTING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
THE CAMP BEEF. PROSPECTING: OPERATIONS. On a tlueo aoie lease, embiacmg what is known as The Camp Reef, Messis. Blown aiid'Currah me cleaning out an old- tunnel, put in the hill a short distance above the Tumut-ioad budge yenis ngo, their object being to cut the lccf which has been woiked on the suif.ice, the tunnel also attending a fine souice of diainnge, the giound abo\e being somewhat wet Ah cany thoj aie in lliOfl , and thib distance will gi\o about 100ft ot ducks to work on.1 ; me woi'K ot tiinuoring up is now going on. The cleaning out of the tunnell has been a disagreeable task, an .old shaft, connecting , with it having been filled with all manner of offal and debris., A month only has been occupied on the lease. We sinceiely hope that success will attend the piaisewoithy effoits of 'the holders.
MINING. THE GIBRALTAR STRIKE OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
MINING. ? ♦ ? THE GIBHALTAR STKIKE OP GOLD; 'This -reports .published and circulated re garding tho lato strike of gold in tho Gibraltar Consolidated Gold Mines aro an cxaggciation. It was btated that a dab of 14o^. of gold wab c\li acted fiomn\oiybinall quantity of stone. Upon cnquiues fiom the managei (Mi. Nutc) wo hnd that stone .showing a good deal of visible gold' was met with, but no pocket' such as that desci ibed occiuied. As- tho nioie -valuable poitions of the stone taken 'as being uoithj of special caic woio shown to oui lepiesentatno, we speak with aulhouty.
The Bubonic Plague. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
The Bubonic Plague. The increase of the bubonic plague cases in Sydney and the quarantining of the infected area in that city has given rise to fears of the spread of the dread disease into the country, since it transpires that the infected area embraces many business premises oc- cupied by produce merchants who &nbsp; until lately have supplied country cus- tomers with certain perishable articles of food. So strong has the apathetic feeling become that some dealers have for the nonce placed their orders in new hands, while others are loath to deal at all in stated food stuffs. Though there might not be much ground for grave apprehension, never- theless the diversity of opinions of expert men, or such of the medical profession in the metropolis who ap- pear to have given the subject careful consideration and investigated the cause and effect, renders it obvious that to act with caution will be a wise measure. Rats are said to be distri- buters of the plague bacilli, and it...
Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
Ourselves. With this issue we make our bow to the public in the domain of newspaper enterprise. The Adelong and Tumut Express, with which is embodied the Tumbarumba Post, has been ushered into existence under most propitious auspices, and we are in hopes of it having a long and useful career. That there is ample scope for another journal in this immense district will not be gainsaid, and it is our convic tion that the various interests could be more abundantly represented, and with better advantage, than they have been hitherto, hence our establishment. Our main object will be to advertise the resources of this important and valuable portion of the colony, so that the outside world as well as ourselves may become apprised of them and their latent worth ; to advocate the fostering and encouragement of every industry which will conduce to increased prosperity ; to be the mouthpiece of the people in all matters concerning their welfare, to put forth their wants, their requirements,' as...
The Adelong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
The Adelong Hospital. The question of whether the Ade long Hospital should be re opened since its renovation, or whether it should be let for a private dwelling, appears to be exer cising the minds of many residents. Last week a notice was posted up by the Chairman of Trustees, intimating that if no objection were lodged within four days against the proposal to con vert the institution into a residence the trustees would let the premises. The matter is one of considerable moment, and, in view of this fact, it would have been well had a public meeting been convened to ascertain the weight of feeling on the subject. The intercession of persons individually in the interests of the common weal is, probably too frequently, looked upon as a delicate undertaking, and for that reason it is hardly likely that personal objections would bo raised to the pro posed course, whereas were the matter mado one for the opportunity of exerting collective option, the desired end would be attained withou...
The Late Hon. James Hoskins. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 6 April 1900
The Late Hon. James Hoskins. . The Hon. James Hoskins, formerly a member of the Legislative Assembly, and afterwards a member of the Legislative Council, died on Sunday at his residence, Homebush, at the age of 77 years. Mr. Hoskins was born in London in 1823, and emi grated to Australia in 1853. After a varied experiende on the diggings, he was elected in 1859 to 'the Legisla tive Assembly of New South Wales for the Northern Goldfields. In 1872 was returned for Patrick's Plains, and and in 1874 for Tumut. Mr. Hoskins was Secretary for Public Works in the Parkes Government from March to August, 1877, and Secretary for &nbsp; Lands in the Parkes-Robertson Min istry from December, 1878, to Decem ber 1881. He was nominated to the Legislative Council in February, 1889.