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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

SYDNEY MARKETS. At Homebush prime sheep brought good prices, at previous rates ; while lower qualities declined -and sales dragged. For cattle the competition was brisk. Values reached from- £8 to £8 10/, nnd up to £9 4/- for prune. Wheat is steady at 2/7*' to' 2/8. Maize, 2/5 to 2/6 ; the fall is owing to the large delivery. 35utter is a trifle 'lower, Q'j-\ to lOd ; potatoes, 50/. ' fp^e A § qV £x|Dress.' TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1900.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

COMMERCIAL. STOCK SALES, Meshiss. P. H. AS. Wilkinson,' pf_ Tumut, ropprt holding n very satis factory sale, by auction, nt : the Com: mevcial Yards, Tumut, oVT Saturday last, when they disposed of, on account of various .owners, stock which realised the following prie-& :— 4 and 5-year-old store bullocks, at £5 8/- ; one pen 4-year-old store bullocks, at £i 12/6 ; one pen 8year old steers, at £8 8/- ; fat cows, at £4 10/- ; cow and' calf £5 10/- ;-. and store cows at £8 8/. They also sold saddle nnd draught horses from £5 up to £15 15/.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Colonial. SVdneV, Tuesday.;' ,' Five fresh casos.of plague ,\y,ere ' i'e-; ported . yesterday,: froin Wjjplahra,; Hutstville, Alexandria,. Darlinghurst,'; arid Sur.ry Hills., . .';'.. Two hundred persons were inocu lated yesterday. ' Two gentlemen w.lao arrived .. by the 'Karlsruke' have, stated that they in tend starting a cigar factory. They' jiro nccompmiied by skilled hands, sixty-six in all — men, wpnien,.and children. The Governor will review the troops on Queen's Birthday. At a meeting in connection with the Indian Famine Fund, held last night, ; the Governor announced that £461 was already in bank to the credit of the fund and .-G5.00 was at the disposal' of the yiceroy of India. It was decided to open subscription lists. The- coal. trade at. Newcastle 'lias; Keen- exceptionally active during 'the last few weeks. Now there are'.'sixtj^ piie vessels, loading or awaiting 'cargoes'. for^foreign ports. V. ''.1 .?'?!', '.? '.]'*'''i ','',''_';' ; ? Florence Clarke, employed at a....

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. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

TELEGM1S, Home and Foreign. Mr. Chamberlain's . final ,memon'in dum declared that , the . referendum was an unindicated and ungratified satisfaction- in. every detail of the Constitution. He denied that the Privy Council Court was .incapable of defence, and declared that the amend ments indicated no distrust in . the colonists. . , .-...- .. .... The delegates replied that the ap-4 peal wasvital— not a detail. The '»Times'.rrefers.tp the remark able concensus, of Aus. tralian .opinion jii favor of the amendment.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The War Saturday's Telegrams. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

?Lilts ¥¥ Col Saturday's Telegrams. London! Friday; The Transvaal y olksrnau lias autho rised the. Government to adopt pence decisions according to circuihstnncoa. The consensus of Natal and Cape Colony .opinion is that the Boers are collapsing aiVitSvill 'crave pcafte -at the earliest opportunity. ' ? ???????? ? ? Later. Field-Marshal Lord Boberts ' tele graphs from Cablo Ca'rt at North Zand, on Thursday, that the enemy is in full retreat. .They occupied' a position 20 miles in extent. Ours was necessarily longer. ..,.,.,' The caV.alry and hoi'so artillery are pursuing ttic B6ers' by three 'different routes. ..... ' ' FieldrMarshal ' Lord Roberts had a most cheery' {cfcghuri from Colonel' Baden:Powell on the 27th ult. Mr. Chamberlain stated in -the House , of Commons that the ' Natal loyalists would be compensated out of the indemnity exacted. '???-.?? Ne\y Zealand scouts burned a-farm-- house jviierp they found ammunition;;

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Aiiklonci Tailomnh ' Co., _ Adclohg'(next Carbiiip's). New Winter l'l'ittcnJB -just ar rived;

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tuesdays Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Tuesdays, Telegrams. London1;' Monday; -Major^General- French on 'Friday seized :the drift at ? th.e Vftlsch River, but too-late to cut the railway,- north east. ???? The -Boers had already gone. ; Lord Boberts found a field- cornet. at Kroonstaadt and 800 Free St-aterS) all eager to surrender. The few.. British, residents warmly cheered the ;troops. Many of- the nialigners of the. British have -been arrested; others trekked home. The large bridge southwards was destroyed, but another, is intact. .. . , The enemy is entrenching. ? ?The State commandos at Thiv ba'nchuareirresolue. .. They, are as tounded -at the swiftness of, Lord Roberts' movement. ''Reuter' states that the Free State opposition ended in- several. -meetings. in- the' ??laagers)- when they, .favoured submission.' ? They.-compjained of the British' presenting a frontal attack by cavalry to ? sweep round their, flanks. Such tacticsWere -very .unusual, and it was useless- for them to continue fighting. -.?-.-.? , ?;-,?'...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Monday's Telegrams. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Monday^ Telegrams. 'London, Saturday, President Kriige'r in anhnpassionedr speech in the Vblksraad, appealed- to God to strengthen the right of the Boers. He said he possessed damna tory prqqf of a devilish conspiracy to annihilate the Kepublics in 189G. Britain was, he said, a vindictive, vom cious foe, and their everlasting enemy. President Kmger was subsequently accused of. corruption in connection with mining proposals. ' He quitted the Volksraiid in a passion. Mr. Smitfcs protested against Presi dent Kruger's' attempts to browbeat; Lord Roberts entered Kroonstaadt unopposed. ; ? Ex-President Steyn fled on the pre vious jiightj lifter vainly endeavoring :to ' perfjuado the 'burghers, to continue fighting. . There has been a great quarrel be tween. the Transvaalers. : ; Lindley .has been selected sis the new. seat of Government. ' Mr. Chamberlain, at Burinnghani, said the Republics ' had ' been' ad ministered like a crown colony or the' Indian native dependencies. When ever it wa...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Rosebank Dairy and Refrigerating Works. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Rosebank Dairy and Re frigerating Works. [By Unique.] (Continued). At the back of the dairy room is tho cold-room (10ft. by. 10ft.), which is merely used for keeping the butter cool after it is brought from tho butter worker. On the side of tho wall is a coil of pipes, through which the gas for cooling the room circulates. Light is admitted to this room by n window, having four squares, or panes, of glass in thickness. At the loft of the cold room is the butter-storing room (10 x 10), which has also a coil of pipes on the end wall. There is one window on the side — similar in con struction to that in the cold-room — which can be easily removed when required. In this room the butter is stored in boxes, and when wanted for market is passed through the window. On the ceiling over the cold-room and store-room- are fixed the cream vats, which I alluded to in previous article ; also the insulated cold-wator tank. One thing was pointed out to mo in .connection with this cold-wator tank, vi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Adelong Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Adelong Progress Committee. A meeting of the Adelonp; Progress Com mittee was held at the Hoyal Hotel, on Friday night last. There woro present — Messrs. A. W. Molineaux (chairman), Vf. Boston, .T. Quinnell, T. W. Witts, A. .G. Pearce, Jus. 15Vphick, A. Curtis, C; Passlow, nnd Wm. lioche. ' ' MlNUTKH. ? ? , The minutes of the meeting held in February last were read and continued. ' Election ov SKciiEtvjiv. On the motion of Mr. Boston, seconded by Mr. Quinnell, Mr. lioche was elected honorary secretary, vice Mr. .J,.McNiuuiuix, rosigned. ? i ClMIIlKHPOMlKNCK. From the Under Secretary for Public Works and Commissioner of ' Honda, sent through Mr. 11. Donaldson, M.P., with Mr. Fegan's compliments : — With reference to your letter of February 15, regarding repairn to the bridge over the Adelong Creek, at Ade long, on the road from Tumut to Adclong, 1 have the honor to inform you that, ns it is proposed to replace the present structure with a new one, it is thought that any large expendi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

Lecture. Mb. ? Carne, C4overnment . Geological Surveyor, delivered a very interesting and instructive lecture in- the Oddfel lows' Hall last night, on '. The Chain of Life in Geological Times/ The chair was, taken by Mr. A. W.. Molj; neaux, chair-man of the,. AdelpHs Progress G'Qmmitteei There,., -verp about 100 persons present, including a number of ladies. Pressure/; on jour space forbids more than. ,,a ;'../ferief reference. Mr. Carne lectures, to night on ' The Mineral Resources of New South Wales.' This subjeot should be of more than- passpig in terest-to this essentially mining com munity. : . .-,.,- Kangnroo -Flat, :YjP» My.. \- 1.899: Chjimberlain. Med.Co. pes'Moines, Iowa, U.S.A.— rGentlepen,— J have suffered for some month's past from r.e ppated attacks of Diarrhfea,.. ajijd .felt myself getting vory\yea]-, through, my appetite having become scan'ty and. distasteful. I- tr.ied, different re.ihed.ies without getting any permanent^, relief. .Was advised- , to Jbv.y Chamberla...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 15 May 1900

TUMUT. A housk tenanted by Mr. J'. J. Carney,: in Merrivnle-st., was nearly burned to the ground on Saturday, afternoon last. About 4 o'clock sbhio'passers-by saw smoke coining out of the roof of the building, and, on investigation, found the roof, of the kitchen*- to;-be in flame's; Ortthe alarm being given,.a. number were quickly on the scene, and, after some difficulty ,- succeeded ? in extinguishing the oirtbteaki The origin of the fire is not known* -lout-iV--' ,is supposed that some children,- who were playing with crackers in the -ad- joining yard, threw some of- them on the roof, which' is a shingle one. ? The Dramatic Club intend holding a dramatic entertainment in the Odd fellows' Hall at lio distant date.- The. cast is 'Blow for Blow,' and as it has never been staged in Tumut it is hoped that it will be a success. Our local actors are busy rehearsing the. piece. ' ' ? A rather enjoyable evening Svas spent at Nestor's- Woolpack Hotel, -on Friday last,' the occasion, being ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH MR. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, SENR. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH MR. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, SENb. (Continued.) After disposing of his first dis covery on the Old Hill, in 1859 Mr. Williams embarked very extensively in commercial pursuits. About this time he erected and fitted up with the necessary appliances the Adelong Brewery. Itwas not until nine years after that he personally turned liia attention to systematic prospect ing for new rei-fs, when lie and tns elder son took up a claim on the Vic toria line, and sunk a shaft to a depth of 10ft. from the surface. Their enterprise was rewarded by striking a rich chute of gold. During the fol lowing two years they raised 420 tons of quartz, which yielded 1900oz. of gold, valued at £3 18a per ounce. The chute, however, pinched out at the 100ft. level, and the father and son were joined by Messrs. E. Wil liams anil Jas. Curtis, who deepened the shaft to 200ft., where the reef widened out, and a fresh chute of gold was met with. The first crushing realised lloz. per ton, and each suc cee...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

. FR'OM T££E FRONT. Tire following is a copy of a letter received by Mr. W.' Medium, of Tnmut Plains, from . '. ' his' sohf Trooper M. IV. Meelmm, serving ' with the Australian Horsa in South Africa. The letter is dntod April 8, nnd is addressed from, Camp Springfield, Blocmtontein :— 'All your letters Iiavo re;iclie-l us at last. This is Sunday, nbout 11 o'clock. We are !„ n.*mn n.li/,1.-. i™ nvnnnt trt lin «f ilfinliffl {CiV some weeks, awaiting remounts and our winter clothing, tents, Ac. They tried to spell our horses nfter we had taken lilooin fontein, but the Boers have been n hit toy troublesome, and tliey had to be ridden in spito of their backs and poor condition, consequently there are only 10 horses fit for duty, and these are out on 'outpost' to-day, and theiv number will be reduced by the time they get back. Novell's horse's back is incurable. Jack's has stood wonderfully, though he is now under the vet., being treated for the disease, and my horse's back is vfeU again ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

Sports!; Sports QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24th. AT (I1UHAMS1WN. PRINCIPAL EVENTS. QUOIT MATCH.— 15 yards. First prize, £2 ;? 2nd, 10/. HIGH TUMP foi Hoiscs — Pnze, £1 TUfT Or WAR (10 a, side) — Pu/e, £1 HANDICAP TOOT RACE. — Fust prize, £1 ; 2nd, 10/. THROWING AT THE WICKET — Pn/c, a sihtr mounted pipe HOP STEP AND JUMP — Prize, 10/.. And. othei lnkie&tmg e\ents W HAbbETT, Promoter; 1&.U.I.O.O.F: ODDFELLOWS' SOCIALS A SERIES OF SOCIALS \\T1U bo held in the ODBrELLOWS \\ PIVLTj Adeloni, commencing on THURSDAY, 24th MAY (Queen's Birthday), and weekly thereafter through the winter months, bv consent of the Trustees and Board of Management. Tho above socials will be open to the public by invitation from the committee. Prices of Admission. — Gents, 2/0 ; Ladies free. I W YVrES Hon Seeietarj R BLNSOJs lreasiuer HORSES! HORSES! The undeisitned vull ha\e their ) Horse Buyer0 (M11. GEO. WEST) ' IN ADELONG r . 1 1 - n ON Monday, 21st May, WHEN he will inspect all horses, biought i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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BATLOW. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

BATL0W. -; (From Our Own- Correspondent),. . . PBQIJBteSS COMMITTEE. ; TuE'ushiu monthlS' meeting of the Progress Committee was lield on Saturday night, May 12. There were present Mr. G. Monat (President), Messrs. P. Webber, M. Corbett, T.AVarburton and the Secretary. ? Correspondenc^.was read .. from Mr. B. .DonoldSQD, M.Pr, informing the Committee llllll; IIU. II»UM:(;Uim 11 £,1UI111&U llUlll LllU Boads Engineer to sendagang.of unento at tend to- the road from Batlow to the Turn borumbaroad. The Secretary was instructed to cora municolo with tho proper authority on the following- matters : — ^Vns the 'whole of the special grant of £25 oxponded on the China man's Hill, and, if not, when is the balance to be expended ? Why did not Batlow nnv ticipate in the vote for improvements to tho recreation ground ? . To the lioads Engineer, calling attention to tho state of the road from the creek to the town, and pointing out tho necessity for a ?(julver-ti-iaorxjss the road opposite...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Millers Accident Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

? . MineVs' Accident Relief. At the forbhcpniin--- session of Parlia ment it is proposed to jntrotlu.ee a bill providing for relief to persons injured by miiving aocidonfs and \&- tho1: rela tives of pereoh's'ldired^of'ihjurod by such accidents ; and a draft of the proposed measure, -with,, intended funendinenfcs',ffcD.'5-bo' njoYed in com mittee; has bconiohvarded to -the lieads ' of public bodies in all mining com miniities.'with a view to obtaining tho feoliug'of the peoplo ?whom it more directly concerns. By it a Board, to .be called tho New South Wales -Minors' Accident llelief Board, is to be constituted, .consisting of five mem bers, of whom one is ttvbe appointed, by' flip GovernoF, one to be elected by the owners bf,-coal . and-. shale mines, one by the 'owners of other mines, bno by tho holders of existing licenses under the Act who have during the six month' immediately proceeding the election worked in or about a coal or shale mine, and the fifth by those who hav...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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MINING. TUMBARUMBA. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

':ii''!i-i:- ?.?'?Mining.;: ..«,,- { 'r.'.ls-' -TUMBARTJMBA. ' -.- ?? , (From our own Correspondent.). ,? ? '-'.. ;- . . : ? - . .- May 12'. .-Mining seem* to be.in iu.ll syripg, again. A lot of young fellows have gone but to Quartzyille pegging out claims, now they :havoth'owater ta wbfk with. ..- Heinicke Brothers, on the Burra, haVe very nearly finished cutting their race. Geo. Heinicko is busy blasting a tail-race in the 'Tuinbnr'iunbn Creek, in front of the .town,-, which, in the course of a few -yeeks, iwill bo finished. ......'.. '

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The State of the Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

The State of the Roads. In continuing our remarks on the state of the roads throughout the dis tv^c't, thproart! many s njatters ..which, cull for note. It Svould appear from, the number of conmlaints made that tho very best patches' of roa'd arc singled out for metalling and the very worst ' arc, in tho majority of in stances, left to tako. care of themselves. We mentioned this to a resident who uses the road continuously, and he thus relieved himself, 'Yes, thoy always pick out the best bit they can iiiid ; and I'll tell you why, — because wo have too good n lucinbur of Parlia ment. He goes to the lload Super, and says, ' You'vo got to spend am! the roads vote on tlio roads before July, or else it goes back to the Treasury, and I've promised my constituents that every ponuy' will be spoilt.' ' From this wo tako it that the Roads Super, has been trying for tho last six or eight nionth's'to-'detor-mine which are the woii.sx.piefies;orrpiidjjind, judging; 'iron*-' tiro itppt'afanco ?...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Colonial. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 18 May 1900

Colonial. . - ? ' Sydney, Friday. '?Two fresh cases of plague were reported yesterday .--one' it Ch iiiexe— also two den tlis. ?TW6 hundred and fifty-four persons were in oculated. Tlie ceremony of -;tUrhinp; Hie first sod ,ol tho .Goulburn-Crookwell . railway will be per formed by the Minister of Works on Hay 24. '?'?The business of the 1'resbyteriaii- Assembly wiis coneludcd last eveing. The Premier was asked by a deputation of medical men to relax the regulation with regard' ta the quiirantininjj'oi contaots. -.Mr. Lyne, in reply, said lie felt dubious, and un less the deputation could assure him that no danger could-poBsibly arise at tiie present time, he declined to relax the regulation. ' llnln in the eastern'.half of the colony has been fairly atmndimt. In the western and north-western portion's the fall has been light. TwO'furtber cases of plague have broken out at' Upekhamptbn. One. death has oc curred at Brisbane, and there are two sus p'ected cafes there. The Governor is ...

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