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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
ADELONG. (from our own correspondent.) March 25th. — That Adelong is dull I. cannot deny, yet there are many events that surely foretell more stirring times, and more prosperity for the district. People sometimes have the knack of talking a place down, and I fear the continued want of more exciting conversation has rendered the phrase ' things are very dull' so frequent, that it is believed it ought to be dull in consequence, and that fair grounds of better expectations are silently ignored. Any visitor among us on Saturdays, the [ diggers' gala day, would never believe that our resources were dry, or our mines exhausted. Our diggers are becoming more careful, but still for any good or generous object, the cash is still found, and cheerfully, tendered. The various rushes near at hand, undoubtedly have drawn many from here, but they have gone only as prospectors, and their frequent visits to the old spot, indicates the feeling recognized by most, that this township is their head quar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
ADYERTlSEMEiN TS. /Wesley dn. Cliurcli. J wiiup.v&beeomlucted in tho^TPresby terian ClumJi, TulVlUT, THIS (Thursday) EVJ£K IN©-, at 7/o' clock, by the Rev. W. R0B80N, of Adelong. N.B. — A COLLECaLTON will bo made aftor the Service. ' Wanted AN INTELLIGENT LAD, able to read and write, as an Apprentice to tho Printing busi ness. Apply at the Office of this paper. O Amateur Ethiopian^ ENTERTAINMENT IN aid of the ADELONG HOSPITAL, will bo given by the TUMUT AMATEURS, ON BASTES MONDAY! APRIL 17, AT JONES' ASSEMBLY ROOM, TUMUT. The Programme, which will shortly appear will comprise the newest and brightest gems of the Veritable Christy's Minstrels ! as performed by them to crowded audiences lit the*' metropolis. „ ? ^ v-„-^ Alao^the-'world-r eno wned and laughable burlesques on-; ' THE NERVOUS CURES! ^THE SERIOUS FAMILY! A ') and the Opera of LA SOMNAMBULA ! q TICKETS of Admission, 3s. each, may be ob tained at any of the Stores and Hotels in town, ana at the Printing-office. Reme...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, M.-tich 27. Mr. Forster brought in a bill to provide for the care and reformation of criminal and neg lected children, which was read a first time. Mr. Duivall moved the third reading of the Felon3' Apprehension Bill, and expressed a hope that, as the principles of the bill had twice undergone the most ample discussion, the bill would now be allowed to pass. ?ivir. iviartin expressed his intention to oppose the third reading. He continued his opposition to the bill because it was a violation of constitutional principle — because it was uncalled for, the present law being fully sufficient to repress the outrages now complained of — and because it did not carry out the object for which it was proposed. It had not been shown that the present bill would confer upon the police any greater power than they actually possessed at present, while it would have the dangerous tendency of making the police reckless in the exercise of the extraordinar...
To the Editor of the Tumut and Adelonq Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
To the Editor of the Tumut and Adelong Times. Sib, — I have perused an article in your paper of the lGtli instant, headed ' Meetings in Insolvency,' in which it is stated that Julian K. Hawthorn repre sented himself before F. W. Yyner, Esq., the Com missioner, as having been my partner previous to his insolvency, duch representation is false, and therefore I beg that you will be pleased to contra dict it. Julian IL Hawthorn came to run an recount in my books, simply as a customer, to whom I sold goods and also obliged him with the loan of eoine cash, thinking to be punctually paid} as he repre sented his position to me different to that it really was. His crcdit was stopped by my order a long timo before I surrendered my estate to Messrs. Chrs. Newton., Bros, and Co. Trusting that this explanation will be sufficiently understood, ' I remain, Your obedient servant, F. G-ASSE. ' G undagai, March 26th, 1865.
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wfldnpsdnv. 6 n.m. ? ? j * - i ? Mr. Smart made his financial statement to-day. He estimates the total deficit at £1,112,000, and intends to issue debentures for £853,000. He estimates the probable total revenue at -01 Q?5/t nnn pka nnn oWAjUUIjVVVj IVXJlUil *» 111 lUUiUUO oQU\J9\J\J\J vy Border Customs, and £100,000 by Stamp Duties on Bank notes, bills of exchange, transfers and conveyances of leases, bills of lading, legacy duties, monetary transactions and agreements of all kinds. 9 p.m. Burke the bushranger has surrendered himself to Father McGinn, A -melancholy catastrophe has occurred at Waterview dock ; a boiler burst yesterday, by which four persons were killed and five danger ously wounded. Gilbert and Dunn robbed Mr. Jones' store at Forbes on Saturday night. The Upper House has passed the second reading of the Bill for the suppression of bush ranging. Nelson papers state that some new diggr :?- have been discovered there. The yield is good, but too many ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WEE FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WEE FLOWEB. AIH — THERE OBOWS A BONNIE BBIEE BUSH. There grows a bonnie little flower on yon grftssy lea, *? Reminding mo o' Jeanie and reminding her o' me ; It grows ubuno the buttercup beside the primrose shade, Sweet the perfume and fair the bloom its kind pro tector made. ' But keen was the Spring blast and my flow'ret died, Tt. np.stlfifl 'nnafch the nvimvoHo. it cluncr around her side, But all in vain — the chilly rain fell ruthless on its breast, And plucked tho flower from its cosy bower and drovo it from its nest. Methinks that many wee flowers that smile in cot or hall, Whose actions bright and prattle light cheer up the lot of all, Bethink ma, of the little one that blossomed on the r lea, t ... . y ,v ^s^^inlndiirg mb or Jeanie and reminding her o' me. * ' *;f £./? r v V ~ ';'v ' ? ~ ' - ' - A'DELONG. 28th Jannary, 1865. ? ?' '' — ^
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
ALBUHY. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Ditto, seconds, £24 Hay, ditto, £5 10s. Wheat, 8b. Bran, ditto, Is. 6d. Maize, ditto, 5s. Oats, ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 10s.
ENGLISH & FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
ENGLISH 8f FOREIGN. I The rules of Libhy Prison, Richmond, allowed but six lines to the letters of Federal soldiers confined there to their friends at home. Here is a specimen written within the limit : — 'My dear wife,— Toura received j no hopes of exchange ; send corn starch ; want socks ; no money ; rheumatism in left shoulder : pickle3 very good; send sausage. God bless you! Kiss the bady. Hail Columbia ! Your devoted husband. ? .' Some poisoning cases in France have occupied so much public attention of late that it has been suggested to the Imperial Accademy of Medicine that the following subjects be treated for the Orfila prize — Digitahne and Digitale. The decomposition of digitaline. What are the chemical characteristics by which the presence of digitaline, and of digitale can bo proved for mcdieo-legal investigations ? 'What are the pathologic signs by which the presence of these substonccs can be traced in a case of death by poison 5 Wiiat are the symptoms to which they gi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
Dr. 3). Jayne's Alterative, IT is an established fact that a very largo^ class of diseases can only be cured by such medicines as will enter into the blood and circulate with it through every portion of tho body, for only by this means can the remcdv be brought into immediate contact with the disease. To obtain this desirable find no preparation has been so uniformly successful fiS DR. D. JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE! Scrofula Skin Diseases Cancer ? Erysipelas Goitre Rheumatism Dropsy Epilepsy Cancerous Tumours White Swellings Gout Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Ulcers Scald Head, &c., &c., Have been effectually cured by this Alterative. It is, besides, one of the most pleasant articles that can be taken into the stomach, operating as a tonic, and removing dyspeptic and nervous affections. It iias been found particularly beneficial in Cancer and Cancerous Affections of all kinds, curing a majority of tho cases in which it has been used, and ofttimes after the failure of other n^ped...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
GOULBURN. Flour, fine, per ton, £21 Ditto seconds, £20 Hay ditto, £3 to £4 10s. Wheat, per bushel, 7s. Maize ditto, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 661. Barley ditto, 33. 6d. ? ? Oats ditto, 2s. 6o. to 3s. Potatoes, 6s. per cwt. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
?- IMg, ^ fflSraS** r 1 -:1 ' -^^^l5SSSB8| t ^^w^rriy:' ' .J« B' '.'SLWOBTHT;-' BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and GENE- ( RAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, TUMUT $ ADELONG TIMES OFFICE , ? RUSSELL-STREET, TUMUT, EESPECTFULLY 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, placea. 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 Pampfilets . . Circulars Catalogues c Receipt Books Handbills ^ j- Cheque Books Law Forms t L Pro. Note Books - Business and Show ( Cards. j A STOCK OB j : COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, 1 V_;(A1JD COLOURED INKS, . 1 ?. ? ALWAYS ON HAND. ^ - Orders received for the execution of overy variety ( i?siMmr©o , . By moderate charges, promptitude, and neatness of execution, he hopes to be fayoured with a . continuance of public support. - i Sutler, Bro...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE . Portraits. — Mr. Albert Nicol, photographer, of George-street, Sydney, has been very busy during-his„ shor t,_ spjour n^ in Tumut. His pic tures stamp him aS an4 excellen^ their superior 'delin^tjpo^ancTexquisite finish. His specimens, which are open to public view, will , speak for tnemsel^. Mr. Nicol's stay in Tumut will be limited, therefore the fine weather should be taken advantage of. The Love and Murder Case at Howlong. — Edward Rithertofa was indicted under two, counts, for having, on the 3rd February last fired at Eliza Thomas^t Howlong, with intent to murder her, and secondly, with shoofing with felonious intent. Mr. G. M. Stephen for the defence. Mr. Forbes, as Crown Prosecutor, opened the case, which arose out of the recent lutle love case at Boyle's hotel, Howlong, and in which the prisoner, through jealousy, got ah old pistol, and fired at his sweetheart, slightly wounding her in the shoulder, and then rush ing to a well, and making himself up a ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 30 March 1865
When our political liberties are threatened there are not wanting champions to defend them ; but when crime lies like an incubus upon us, from some mysterious cause or other, there seem to be more sympathisers than denouncers. Anyone who will read through the debates of Wednesday week last in the Assembly, cannot fail to be convinced of these facts. The Honor An. ? n ? _ *.i j _ ? i . .1 _ , auic riiiunitiy-vjejjiirai suiu, ana saia iruiy, mar. the Bill before the House for the suppression of crime was very stringent, but ho regretted to add notJnore so than tho unfortunate criminal^ A conditio® of . the colonV- demanded;''-'' y'. ?- ? ^ We^never saw members .^more at 'Sea than they-wc^uptfn this Bill — 'Messrs., Piddington, Driver, Parkes and Lucas especially, the member for Kiama more so than any (pth'gr. He is generally remarkable, if not for ai^y elo quence, at least for good common sense (argu ment. He is, moreover, usually consistent^ or : at any rate holds himself more free f...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 3 April 1865
GLEANINGS. Richard Whittington, Thrice ?Lord Mayor 'of London. — No ex aggeration was needed in dealing with the merits of so remarkable a man. When his story is stripped of every extraneous ornament, and reduced from its romantic aspect to the simplicity of truth, it will be impossible to withhold from him a liberal meed of praise. The exam ple of his successful career, and of the admirable uses to which he dedicated his great wealth, must often have stimulated or confirmed young citizens in zealous industry or Christian benevolence. The tale of c Whittington and his Oat,' . almost rivalling in interest the stirring legends of the nursery, must have frequently fixed many an apprentice's fancy on the possi bility of a prosperous future — may have filled troubled and desponding hearts with the echoes of distant joy -bells, promising a happy and honourable life. The value of such wise histories can scarcely be over rated.- He that muses over the stone at Highgate, or in the Col lege g...
SELECT POETRY. THE LAMENT OF JOHN JONES, BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 3 April 1865
/ SELECT POETKY. THE LAMENT OF JOHN JONES, BACHELOR. /' Absence makes the heart grow fonder, And when far from thee I wander. ? Sweetly o'er that thought I'll ponder, Ever dream and think of thee.' So she said — I wept ond kissed her, Who'd have thought it was a ' twister ?' . Who'd have thought sho'd marry Mr. Blobbs, and make a fool of me ? Sadly now I wear the willow, Slightly wetting all my pillow With my bitter tears, un til, oh Dear! how cold and damp it grows, While around mosquitoes singing, All my tend'rest feelings stinging, Painful recollections bringing, Aggravates poor Jones's woes. Nevermore I'll eat my dinner, ;.. Thin I'll grow and ever thinner, Since, alas ! I failed to win her, ; Death alone my bride shall be. Nevermore I'll gladly' greet her, ' '??' Nevermore by moonlight meet her, Still perhaps if Blobbs should beat her, ? Then perhaps she'll think of me. — Sydney Punch. ?-
WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 3 April 1865
WAGGA WAGGA. Flour, fine, per ton, £25 Dittto seconds, £23 Oats, per bushel, 4s. 6d. Wheat,- ditto, 8s. ? Maize, ditto, 4s. Potatoes, per cwfc., 10s. Hay, per ton, £5
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 3 April 1865
YASS. ' ? Flour, fine, per ton, £21 Ditto seconds, £20 . Hay ditto, £5 Bran, per bushel, Is. ' Wheat ditto, 6s. 6d. :. Maize ditto, 4s. to 4s. 6d. . . : Oats ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley ditto, 4s. 6d. - Potatoes, per cwt.,
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 3 April 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Ditto, seconds, £24 Hay, ditto, £5 10s. i Wheat, 8s. Bran, ditto, Is. 6d. Maize, ditto, 5s. Oats, ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 10s.