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WAGGA WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
WAGGA WAGGA. Flour, fine, per ton, £25 Dittto seconds, £23 Outs, per bushel, 3s. 6d. Wheat, ditto, 8s. Muize, ditto, 4». Potatoes, per cwt., 8s. Huy, per ton, £6
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
GLEANINGS. Marvellous Escape. — A Dutch man was relating his marvellous escape from drowning when thirteen of his companions were lost by the upsetting of a boat, and he alone saved. ' And how did you escape their fate ?' ' asked one of his hearers. 'I did not go in te pote,' was the Dutchman s placid reply. A physician being sent for to a patient in the Pens, and finding the road scarcely passable, though it was the middle n of summer, in quired of his conductor, a simple country lad, what the people could possibly do for medical assistance in winter ? — ' Oh, sir,' replied the gawky, 'in winter they die a natural death!' A celebrated wit was completely discomfited by a message, politely delivered at a supper partv by a little girl. ' If you please, Mr. Jones,' said the child, 'mamma sends her compliments, and would be much obliged if you would begin to be funny.' 1 When is a policeman like a Sa maritan ? When he comes out of some area. ' Oh, dear, Mr. S., you jest when you say my ...
Parliamentary Summary LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
[?] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, Apbil 10th. Mr. W. Grahame took the oaths and his seat for Monaro. \ In reply to Mr. Martin, Mr. Oowper said that the Government were content with the decision of the Supreme Court as to the Church and 3chool Lands, and that they had determined not to incur the ex pense of an appeal to tho Privy Council. The House then went into Committee of Ways and Means, when Mr. Smart submitted his proposed | resolutions for the imposition of Stamp Duties. The first resolution, as to duties on agreements, J was amended by Mr. Smart so as to make the duty I on a single memorandum or instrument Is., and the duty on collective memoranda or instruments con stituting one entire agreement, 2s. 6d. The clause was debated at great length, and an amendment was proposed reducing the before-mentioned duties to sixpence and one shilling respectively. The amend ment was negatived by 39 to 3, and the resolution was carried by 39 to 6. The second resolution as to duties on ...
SELECT POETRY. Sweet—Sweeter—Sweetest. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
SELECT POETRY. Sweet— Sweeter — Sweetest. Oh ! sweet is tlie sweet honeysuckle that blows, 'Round my cot on the road to Vaucluse, , Sweet, sweet is the jasmine, sweet is the rose, But sweeter'B a jolly roust goose. Oh ! sweet is a sweet maiden's blush and the smile That sweetly declares her sweet tale, And sweet when you've journeyed for many a mile, Is a draught of fresh, foaming brown ule. Sweet, sweet 'tis to hear in some sweet shady dell, Tho sound of a murmuring brook, But sweeter by fur is the sweet dinner bell, At a friend's where they keep a good cook. Oh ! sweet is of morning the sweet dewy breath, Sweet also fo.' breukfust is honey, ' But sweeter, fur sweeter' s the news of the deuth Of a friend who has left you some money. 'Tis sweet when your wif-* is away, of her charms To talk with u friend, tho' alio mustn't ; 'Tis sweet when tiie charmer returns to your arms, 'Tis sweeter perhaps when she doesn't. Very sweet is of music tho sweet dying full, Very sweet is proverbial ...
FORCES AT OUR COMMAND IN CASE OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
FORCES 4.T OUR COMMAND IN CASE OF WAR. ( From the Army and Navy Gazette.) While the great question of peace or war is hang ing in the balance ; while our contemporaries are eagerly scanning every indication of the course the Cabinet of England may adopt, it may be well for us, fulfilling our own particular functions to take an estimate of the strength of the forces, naval and military, which England can bring into the field, should it be necessary for her to strike a blow to accomplish that which diplomacy has given up in despair. Tlie naval rorce wmcn we nave at nana, and which could be sent to sea immediately, is as follows : — The Edgar, wooden ship, 60U horse power, 71 guns, 3094 tons, 810 officers and men. The Warrior, iron-cased ship, 1250 liorse-power, 40 guns, 6109 tons, 705 ofiicers and men. Black Prince, iron-cased ship, 1220 horse-power, 41 guns, 6109 tons, 705 officers and men. Prince Consort, iron-cased wooden Bhip, 1000 horse-power, 35 guns, 4045 tons. 605 officers and...
LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
LAMBING FLAT. Flour, per ion, £20 to £22 Hay ditto, £5 to £6 Bran, per bushel, Is. Maize ditto, 4s. to 5s. Oats ditto, 4s. to 6s. Onions, per cwt., 6s. 6d. Potatoes, per cwt., 5s. Butter, per lb., Is. Cheese, ditto, 6d. Bacon, ditto, 8d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
ADVEETISKMESTS. £50 Reward. / WHEREAS on the night of Thursday last some person or persons m;ili;:iously SET FIRE to and partially destroyed a HUT, my property, near Bernard Kelly's Inn. For any information that will lead to the convic tion of the inceudiary I freely offer the above re- ; ward. * Viz/ 5/ . W. HIBBENS, I ^ Bombolee. 2^ One Pomp Eeward. p ; QTKAYED fromlGilmoro, an IRON- GREY is_; MARE, well-bred, Iswitch tail, a slight saddle gall on near s-i-'le, branded RF (conjoined) .on-.-. near shoulder, shod all roany. ' ' Any one returning hlr to Dr. FALDRli, Adelong: will receive the above.® ward. y? Lotft Man ! ^ * ISSING- from Ulp -r Tumberumha (supposed m. to be out. of liis mino) a CtlljN' A MAN, known by the name If 411 KAT or AH KING, about 30 years of age, ilcerage height and size, very' talkative ; had on whenlbist seen Wellington boots, Chinese trousers, an owr shirt and Chinese night, cap. . 1 Two pounds will be liven for information of his whereabouts to his frienc...
PRICES CURRENT. APRIL 8, 1865. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
PRICES CURRENT. ArBii 8, 1865. TUMUT. . The following prices are what storekeepers are purchasing at, and the price asked by producers. Buyer's Producer's Prices. Prices. £ s. d. £ s. d. Wheat, per bhl., ? ? ? 0 7 6 0 8 0 Oats ? ? ? ? 0 3 0 0 0 0 Maize ? ? scarce . 0 4 0 0 0 0 Barley ? ? ? ? ? none 0 0 0 Bran ? ? ? ? ? ? nominal 0 0 0 Potatoes, per tgn ? ? 4 10 0 Onions, per lb. ............... 0 0 0 0 0 2 TTlnnt* flnA' TiAn.fnri ? v ' O H ' Ann Ditto seconds ditto. ...... .....18 0 0 0 0 0 Hay per ton ? ? ? ? 5 0 0 5 10 0 Butter (fresh) per lb........; 0 1.6 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb ? none 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ? 0 1 3 0 0 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
CONSUMPTION IN ALL ITS STAGES, COUGHS, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, Fever, Ague, Diptheria, Hysteria, Rlieumutism, Diarrhoea, Spnsms, Colic, Renal, and Uterine Diseases ure immediately lelieved by a dose of CHLORODYNE! What is Chlorodyne ? Chlorodyne is a word that was coined by Dr. J. Collis Browne, M.R.O.S.L., Ex-Armv Medical Staff, to denote a new principle or remedial agent disco vered by him, and nowhere described in medical works or Pharmacopoeia. Chlorodyne is a liquid taken in drops according to age. It invariably relieves pain of whatever kind, creates a calm refreshing sleep, allays irritation of the nervous system when all other remedies fail, leaving no bad effects from opium or laudanum, and can be taken when none other can be tolerated. Its value in saving life in infancy is not easily estimated. A few drops will subdue the irritation of teething, prevent and arrest convulsions, cure whooping cough, spasms, and flatus at once. Among invalids it allays the pain o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
jjjjr'* * J. B. EL WORTHY, s BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and GENE- E . , RAL LETTER-PRESS PRINTER, 5 TUMUT % AD E LONG TIMES OFFICE, BUSSELIrSTBEET, TUMUT, | RESPECTFULLY begs to direct the attention ( of the public to the fact that hia stock of *] Plain and Fancy Type ! ' Is both large and varied, which, together with c complete paraphernalia, places him in a position to v execute any kind of ^ LETTER-PRESS PRINTING i] .With which he may be favoured, with credit rj to himself and satisfaction to his patrons. Billheads Pampnlets Circulars Catalogues Receipt Books Handbills ( Cheque Books Law Forms Pro. Note Books Business and Show r. Cards. ( A STOCK OF ^COLOURED PAPERS, GOLD BRONZE, AND COLOURED INKS, * ALWAYS ON HAND. Orders received for the execution of every variety ; By moderate charges, promptitude, and neatnees of execution, he hopes to be favoured with a continuance of public support. _ NOTICE. T L IME FOR SALE! ; Apply to s* -r ! * / ALEXANDER PIPER^/l ? BomboletFCFeekr ] THE ] ...
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
k J&tral Ittfelligrar? The. Crops. — Tasmanian advices state that ? the wheat crop is no larger than last year's, and there will not be sufficient to supply local wants, but the uncertainty which exists respecting sup plies from Chili depresses the market. At Launoeston, flour was at £18, and wheat 7s 6d. At Hobart Town, flour .£20 to £21, wheat, 8s. The Meragle Murder. — The man Hen-, nessy, whom it may be remembered we lately reported as having been committed to take his trial at Gundagai, for manslaughter at Meragle, has been forwarded to Goulburn by order of tbe Attorney-General, there to be tried for the capital offence. That indefatigable member of the force, constable Brislan, of Tumbarumba, for two days and nights last week, was in tbe saddle serving fresh subpoenas to the numerous witnesses. Weights and Measures. — It may not be generally known that persons using weights and measures below the standard guige are liable to a heavy fine, and have such weights and meas...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 24 April 1865
Tiiere are certain little spiders constantly at work spinning their threads and making their nets to entrap all who venture within their reach. The old fable, ' will you walk into my parlour said the spider to the fly,' was ludicrously played out on Friday week last by that poli tical Solon, the member for Central Cumberland, Mr. Macpherson ; he tried to spin a web that ' should circumvent the Ministry, in miserable representation of Mr. Martin's motion, which to all intents and purposes implied a vote of censure. A large majority, however, decided against the motion of Mr. Martin, and we think wisely, for no one will say, who is fami liarly acquainted with the condition of the coun try, that we can afford to pay a double tax on our tea and our sugar. To the middling and lower classes, at the present moment, it would be a most unwelcome and a most unjust tax ; they could not possibly out of their small in comes afford to pay increased prices on those articles, and on salt, oil, and ...
SELECT POETRY. AMERICAN WAR LYRICS. THE HERO OF WILMINGTON—A BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
SELECT POETRY. AMERICAN WAR LYRICS. The Hebo of Wilmington— A Ballajj. Ben Butler was a soldier-man, A hero brave was ho, j Who had for silver spoons, and such, A partiali-ty. He did not fight at New Orleans ; He loved not martial knocks ; - Yet he was there, and brought away A pocketful of rocks. He ruled us here in New York town, All on election day, But could not get a riot up, And so he went away. He was a pet with Abraham, So old Abe said — 'I must ? Get up a job for Benjamin — Some high and holy trust. 'The Reb3 are Btrong in Wilmiogion, A pretty pJlace to hold, And blockade-runners there have stored : Much silver ana much gold. ' So Ben, you'd better take that place, Your trusty sword in hand j By water Porter can attaok, While you assault by land.' Then down they went to Wilmington, An army and a fleet, ' With transports, monitors, and ships, And everything complete. Ben Butler is a brilliant man — A hefty engineer — But he conceived a plan which seems Not altogether clear. ...
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
Jjf LEANINGS. A Pair Arrangement. — Danel O'Shauganessy, six weeks in Ame riky, thus writes to his sweetheart in Ireland : — ' Bridget, darlint, come across to me ; it's meself is doing a nate bisness with a son of Pather Malone's ; sure it's with his brother I mane. He keeps a whis key store, an I does the waiten. TTq 4*/vn1 rl wo rvfli ah AtrA-wi-w/* + ?U.V IUU1U UiU liUVj UIUC1 C v DUlUg VLLOjV lie had no money, and I tould him I would take part of th' shtock every Saturday as wages. ' But,' says he, 'sure, Pat, if I pay you that way, T will soon havo sorra a bit of shtock at all left, and you will have it all.' Says I to him, says I, 'Sure, you. can work for , me ,then, and earn it back again, and so we can keep it up, and be masters month in and month out, and wages will come aisy to**both of us.' ' A Well-Known Bishop. — All the seats were full, except the one opposite to his reverence, and to that, for his better comfort, he had consigned his holy legs. It so I chanced that a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. ? g ? \ ? ? ? Photographs of Morgan OPIES of a photograph of the above Band't taken on the spot! immediately after he waB shot,, may be obtainted from the undersigned at 2s. each, sent free by post bj enclosing 2s. (in stamps). ANDREW SMITH, Juif., / /Photographer, Adelong.^*;/ ^ £50 Reward. ^7 WHEREAS on the inghtof Thursday last some person or persons maliaiously SET FIRE to and partially destroyed! a HUT, my property, near Bernard Kelly's Inn. I For any information/that will lead to the convic tion of the incendiary I freely offer the above re ward. | | W. HIBBEN3, ; / ' I Bombolee. j* [0ft NOlJlGE. I' HEREBY CAUTtOJ tall persons from trespas sing on the WA.GRA pTAriON after fcliis date without permission, or they will be prosecuted. ALEXANDER McDONALD. Wagra, March 1st, 18H5| SEIDLITZ ioWDERS! JUST RECEIVED and fpn Sale by the under signed. These Poioders ave specia ly made to order , and are compounded of the ji est quality of drugs , which render their aperient...
THE NEW IMPOUNDING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
THE NEW IMPOUNDING ACT. We append a precis of the important measure re cently introduced by Mr. Robertson, briefly remark ing that it only differs from the measure of Mr. Wilson in one or two particulars. For the purpose of this paper we take the fifth clause as our point of commencement, the previous ones being preliminary enactments only, relating to the construction of terms, the establishment of pounds and the appointment of poundkeepers, who we may incidentally remark, will be remunerated as formerly by the receipt of registration and sus tenance fees. By the 5th clause as aforesaid, the Minister for Lands may, by notice in the Gazette fix some one day in the week on which sales of im pounded animals shall take place at every pound in the colony, and every sale shall take place on such day unless it be Good Friday, Christmas Day, or any public holiday, and then on the next business day not being such. The poundkeepers are to keep pound-books to be open to all parties at reasona...
REEDY FLAT RACES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
REEDY FLAT RACES. I (from a correspondent.) Pursuant to advertisement these races took place on the new course at Reedy Flat, on Easter Monday and Tuesday. The weather being fine a much larger number gathered together than was anticipated, and the quality of horse flesh was superior. The duties of judge, stewards, &c., were ably performed by the gentlemen appointed, and the harmony of the occa sion was unbroken. The following is a correct account of the two days FIRST DAY. Fibst Race. — The Publicans' Purso, of £7 7s. Mr. J. T. Walker's Cossack (Riley) . .11 J. Callaway's Wonder . . . .22 J. T. Walker's Our Nell. .' . . dr. Second Race. — The Diggers' Purse, of £10 10s. Mr. W. Callaway's ch g Orphan (Curran) .1 1 F. Vincent's ch g Hotspur . . .22 T. McNamara's Othello P. Harcus' Vagrant R. Beck's Rainbow Third Race. — For a saddle, value £5 5s., the gift of Mr. J. T. Y. Walker. Mr. A. Duffy's Gentle Annie (Smiles) ..11 D. Emery's Princess Royal . . .22 T. Wholohan's Thornby ...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
OBITUARY. Cardinal Wiseman, Duke of Northumberland, Viscount Combermere, Dr. Hugh Falconer, Sir J. Briggs, General Nicolls, Sir John Hare, General Cobb, Admiral Martin, Professor Ram say, Dr. Balfour, Dowager Countess of Dun donald, Lord D'Eresby, and Mr. Gregson, M.P.