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Gundagai Hospital Crusade. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 29 May 1900

Gundagai Hospital Crusade. A meeting of sympathisers in the work of the Gundagai Hospital' Cru sade was held at the Literary Institute, Adelong, on Saturday afternoon. There were present : Mrs. E. N. Baxter (President at Gundagai), Misses Marshall, Cornet, and Slater (visiting secretaries), Mrs. W. W. Webb, Misses E. and H. Curtis, and Messrs. A. W. Molineaux, Chas. Purcell, A. Wilkie Watson., and S. Groves. An /apology was read from Miss E'. A. Eitchie, regretting' that she was unable .to 'resume the secretaryship to the Hos pital Fund; but expressing her willing ness to assist in whatever was decided upon- as a means of augmenting the fund, and suggesting that tho appoint ment of new officers would ? create fresh sympathy in the movement. It is proposed to hold a hospital ball at.an early date. Mrs. Jno. Per kins ^vas elected to the presi dency and treasurership of the local ?branch of ..the movement, and Mrs. Chas. Perkins and Mrs. Menlove joint' secretaries. It is understood tha...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Grahamstown Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 29 May 1900

Grahamstown Sports. Considering the inclement state of the weather on Queen'a Birthday there was a good attendance at the sports promoted by Mr. W. Hassett, the popular boniface of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, at Grahamstown. A number of visitors from Adelong were also present. The arrangements were car ried on under the direction of Mr. S. Trcweek, and the events caused a great deal of interest as well as draw ing large entries. The following are the resxilts : — Hingis Quoit Match, ldvds ; first prize £2, second 10s. — H. Franklin and C. Clifford divided after they had eacli won their several games. The other players were W. Oeaghan, E. Hanley, R. Creag, (scv.), T. Lawson (2), W. Melrose (4), J. Barress (7).; High Jump for Horses ; prize £1.— This event was won by a horse entered by W. Brown',' W. Melrose's being second. Four feet 'wasfithej height cleared. The other competitors were entered by S. Beaver, W. Hassett, J. Melrose, B. Treweek, S. Grain, J. Perkins and C. Geary. . Handicap...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 29 May 1900

WAITED, » SITUATION as Lnum' ..-os.-;, Gene.a' /\ Sorvim., or Housekeeper. Apply at this olliee.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 29 May 1900

THE PLAGUE. William Richardson (18), of New town, was removed to quarantine on Wednesday suffering from plague. This was the only case reported. Sixty-six persons were inoculated at the Town Hall on Wednesday. 702 rats were brought in for destruction. The medical health officer at Laun ceston, Tasmania, states that the ^ sick passenger on board the steamer Waka tipn is not suffering from plague. Plague has broken out at Rio Janeiro, Brazil. ? Plague has been gazetted an in fectious disease under the Dairies Supervision Act. This notification prohibits the sale of milk from dairies where the disease exists. Another case occurred at Rock hampton on Wednesday. No fresh cases have been reported in Melbourne. Edward James Edney (4G), of the city, was on Thursday reported to be suffering. A Chinese, O'Yong, died in quarantine on Thursday. On Thursday 708 rats were burned. ? The steamer Moravian, with in valided Australian soldiers on board from South Africa, arrived at Mel bourne about 10...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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WEDDING. BEALE—DOWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 29 May 1900

WEDDING. BEALE— DOWNING. (From Our Own Correspondent.) An extremely pretty and interesting wedding was celebrated at ' Kil- larney ' — the residence of the bride's mother— on Wednesday 23rd inst., when Mr. John Beale, jnr., of Tumut,   was united in the bonds of wedlock to Miss Kathleen Downing of the ' Kil- larney Hotel.' The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father O'Dwyer; and as the bride and bridegooom are so well known and so highly respected in the district, it was not surprising that a large amount of interest was taken in the event. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Robert Downing, and the bride- groom was attended by Mr. J. J. Ormiston, who performed the duties of best man. The bride, who really looked an ideal one, was gracefully gowned in a white liberty silk cos- tume, nicely trimmed wiih silk lace, chiffon, and sprays of orange blossom. The bodice had a tucked yoke and sleeves, and was handsomely orna- mented with a true-lover's knot in brillia...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Wednesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

?Wednesday's Telegrams.. London, Tuesday. It is roported-from Pretoria that the Transvaal Boers have determined to risk .everything on a last stand at the Gatrand Mountains, north of Potchef stroom, where 8000 Kaffirs are engaged throwing up entrenchments. ' 'Chare are indications that Lien tenant General Lord Methuen has in vaded the Transvaal, via Schoemans Drift, which is south of Potchefstroom, and 8.5 miles west of the railway. During the march of Lieutenant Colonel B. T. Mahon's column to the relief of Mafeking 5)2 ringleaders of the rebels were captured, together with, a number of incriminating docu ments., ? . ?. ? The great bazaar at Kensington, in aid of- the British, soldiers wounded in South Africa, realised £ 50,000. The transport Armenian with the New South Wales regiment, of Im perial Bushmen on Board, has arrived' at Beira. In an official it is stated -that Field Marshal Lord Roberts, who inarched on Monday, traversed 20 miles, to Klip River and within 18 miles of Jo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. Tuesday's Telegrams. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

The War. ... ? 'T ~ ? ? Tuesday's Telegrams. ' ? London, May 27. Mr. W.-IJegbie, who was arrested on suspicion of causing tho explosion at Begbie and Son's foundry, Johannes burg* by which a number of employees engaged in the manufacture of am munition for the Boers wore killed, and' who was . charged with murder, has been acquitted. Mr. W. P. Schrienor, Premier of Cape1 Colony, opposes the proposal to build a hall to perpetuate the names of heroes who fall in the war. Ho predicts that the nation will eventually deplore the war as neither nocossary nor inevitable.' During tlie celebration at Jersey in honour- of the relief of Mafeking a French shopkeeper of St. Heliers pro voked a riot. The windows of the shop in French street were wrecked. The military were called out and charged with fixed bayonets. Thirty arrests were made and the ringleaders were imprisoned without the option of a fine. Major P. T. Owen (Engineers) and Major -W. T. Bridges (N.S.W. Regi ment of Royal Australian A...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

' V.J WESLEYAN. Adelong— 7 p.m., 3. Wnlki-r. Tumut—:) p.m., ,T. Wnlkei, Guiidagiii— 11 am. and -7 p.m., W., ' '? Smiut. ?- 13atlow-ill a.m., .1. Walker. ?- ' (i^P1?g-M. §'qve4-r9ss.' FRIDAY, JUNE. l/'jLOOO. i: '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

The Rainfall. liinouoii the courtesy of Mr. j Jiis ?'.??? Curtis wo have received the record- ?' of tho.rainfalL for the last ten days of Mny ; which 'is 8;75 inches. ' .?:-.: A 111:1 oxo Taimihixo Co. Biiimiiifeoiili:thoir: V woik. A ti-iul solicited. G. Jackson, Wuii- ' tiger , ./li'i'.i'w.;..-,1-';- {'?.??? ''!!???'?{?;(??'' viv/''''''- /The , AiuB'rioaii.Military ''.'nttiiclios 'nil-. : : Pekin,.tlie/c,ipitalof China.have.baenif -,-? ? »oni( to Tokioi'ciipitjilpf 'J;ip!in::»l!:Tliisl! ^ '?' '?'.. stu^ ' i3,t .cqiistructed^'^^hiiA^^b'^tf^ / iuksii i 1 exp-ctatiori!'of-jvii?eariy.cbii-^ ict lut'voeu Russia 'nti(Vj.t,piih. ' ' '-''-Sir '3'Sfis%hv,a'^r '

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Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

Licensing Court. Tin: Licensing Court will sit at Tumut '? on tho 20th inst... Applicants for new licenses and for renewals aro reminded . . that 14 d i'ys' notice of their applications ? are required prior to the date stated..

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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BATLOW NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

BATLOW NOTES. We have hml tinothei1 cause for re joicing in our village besides the lelief of Mufekiiig, but much nearer lioine, ns we learned per medium of your con temporary, the ' Albury Banner,' that thero.is to, be an exhibition of school work in all its branches during June. This1. will' be 'looked- forward to' by, everyone who is interested in the education of the young, and it is mooted' that the local ball be taken, and that all work bo dono under the supervision of a local committee, thus selling aside all chance of cavilling as to 'tho'bonn, fides' of tho exhibitors. The oral part also should pro\e in teresting, as it is quite a common .occurrence to fall across some juvenile in the town rehearsing. Although the time of the year is not very pro :pitious,- it -is to be hoped, that fine .weather will prevail, that the energetic and painstaking teacher will be re warded for his trouble, and that when the event, is a thing. of fthe past those carping individuals wlio' complai...

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FOOTBALL. GADARA P.S. v. ADELONG CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

1 ' '^??v66TBAi,Tl.':r--''i'y--rJ^ Gadaka P.S. v. Adelong Convent. A match between teams, represent ing, the Gadara Public School and Adelong Convent was played on Queen's Birthday, and resulted in a win for the former by 8 points, the scores being, Gadara 18, Convent 10. For the 5-yictors,, Jack .Whatman and Bob Sherwood we're conspicuous -for ' their good play, the latter obtaining two tries ; ' Lyle Hayes also obtained a try and kicked ? a . penalty goal. Herb Curran, Winslett (who kicked a penalty goal), Donellan (who obtained two tries)- and Coven v played best for the losers, whose combination was, on the whole, better than their opponents. Mr. L. MacDonald acted as referee. The return match is to be played at Adelong to-morrow. Tahcutta v. Adelong. To-morrow afternoon a visiting team ' of footballers from Tarcutta meet, tho local cliib'on Perkins' 'flat,'- near 'the' Presbyterian Church. Play will start at 2.45. A basket social will be tendered to the Tarcutta team at Mrs. \ ...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

ChurcK Services. CHURCH. OF 'ENGLAND. Juno 8, Whitsunday, Himmlft^lO.ig a.m., (H.C.) Tnicntta 3 p.m., (H.C.) nnd 7.30 p.m. - v . '. , /? , E. J. SPENCElt.

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SPORTING. THE ENGLISH DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

SPQI^NGU _ . .?♦ ? ? ? 'THE ENGLISH DERBY.,,, ''' ? ? -London, May 80/ ? The Derby which was run atEp^. soiii' to-day, resulted; as- follows .— Diamond Jubilee .' ...'; ... ' il1 ':?-/. SimondaleL ...' ... ? ;.;' '2 -?; Disguise II ? 8' ;i . ?? ? May-81. r The Prince of ; Wales' jKorse ?; DiaV'- mond Jubilee won the Derby 'by'balf^ a length, ? with a length between Simondale and Disguise. '

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Death of Mr. A. H. Jacob, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

Death of Mr. A. H. Jacob, M.L.C. Mr. Archibald Hamilton Jacob, M.L.C. , who died at his residence, Ashfield, at 6 o'clock on Monday morning, was Chairman of Committees of the Council, and 15 times was elected to the position, which he first held in August, 1884. He was an authority on constitutional questions and Parliamentary procedure. Mr. Jacob wits pW.tprl us n, member of the TiB»is lative Assembly for the Lower Hunter in March, 1872; January, 1875; October, 1877 ; and November, 1877 ; Gloucester, November, 1880 ; and was appointed n, member of the Council in September, 1883. Mr. Jacob became Minister for Mines in November, 1887, and was acting president of the Coun cil from September, 1891, to January, 1892. Deceased, who was aged 71 and a widower, leaves five sons.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

Loud Eomkhts' 'enveloping 'movement and the rapidity with which he has progressed towards the qou'siunmalion of the ultimate obie'ct 'of his nhms since they wero maturely formulated have astonished the world, and though there were some misgivings for what to the layman appeared, upon his ar rival in South Africa to assume sup reme control of the British forces . io. be delay, it is now conceded by 'cavil dors and _ supporters alike that his plan of campaign was a marvellous conception and the celerity Suth which it was prosecuted speaks 'volumes for his exceptional military enginuity and generalship. One day we heard of him being twenty miles distant from the next object of proposed attack, and the following day conies the news of its capture. Since the relief of gallant little Mafeking not a moment has been an idle one, but the forward march perseverod in.with .unflagging military zeal, until now we find the British arms not only in possession of Johannesburg, Jjut actually conquer...

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TARCUTTA. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

TARCUTTA. (From Our Own Correspondent). DuHPiri: tho unpropitious weather, the* sports and bull held bore on Queen's , Birthday, under the auspices of tho Tarcutta Rugby Foootball Club, were a marked success. Tho Club will not about £10 as a result of tho days 011 joyinent. The following are the ro- ? suits of tho different sports events: — ?.. Taicutta Handicap, of £i. — First' boat, W. G. Maxworthy 1, F. Cox 2, ?'. W. T. Archer »; 2nd heat, H. S.,--: Rodd 1, J. F. Podiuore 2, L. Glemsbfr'' 8; final F. Cox, (lGyds) 1 ; L. Clem- - son (18) 2, J. F. Podmore (8) 8. The other starters wero : — W. T. Archer (10yds), W. G. Maxworthy (12yds), ? II. S. Rodd (14yds). ? Twenty-throe - nominated and thirteen accepted. . ' . Kicking the Football, prize 10s.— J; JliltonY, Fraiik Gox 2/ ...... , j Hurdle Race, £1 10s.— W. T. Archor (Hyds) 1, G. Forrier (12yds) 2, =; E. Doolan (10yds) 8. Other starters- ' in final : — P. Donnolly (9yds). L. Maxworthy (12yds), J. Jones (12yds) : and S. Brown (14yd...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

Accident. Mr..Peter Cole, Sharp's Creek', sus tained hurtful injuries to his side, while journeying to his home on Saturday last. He is very stiff and sore, but it is expected he will soon be 'about again. ' '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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BATLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

BATLOW. In common with other patriotic com munities, great was tho rejoicing at the relief of Mafeking, but wo could not indulge'in any celebration in .tlm. way i of 'fireworks, as* our local 'mer-' r ohant-had not a largo enough supply of explosives in stock to meet the in ordinate ?doinan'd mado'upon him 'at short notice.Yand being one ..who fears ?tlie lnw(| , did not stock anything of a, po:n-pbm 'description.1 ' 's ; 1 Mr. Jordan, horse buyer, is again in tho district; on the look-out for good mounts, which, like everything/ goo'd, aro very scarce. Another buyer was' hero lust woek, and during his visit puvchnsed a hindsome.piiir, the lvi-co bsingiibout^j.'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900

Sale of Fruit and ' Orna mental Trees and '.Flower Plants. Tiik first sale of the season of fruit and ornamental trees and flowering plants will be conducted by Mr. A. W. Molineaux at his rooms, Tumut-strect,. Adelong, on Tuesday next, at 2.80 p.m., when a rare assortment, direct from the wolL-kno^nr-j ? Pimamatta nursery of Mr. S. Purchase, will be^ submitted. This is^a rare oppor tunity and should be taken advantage of by all requiring such' growths. The Australian Horse. ' A l-AiwDi; of the Australian Horse was held at Gundagai on Saturday last, Lieut. W. T.'Gi-ilHn'in command. There -was, a fair muster, but only three', 'of «? the Gundagai' members at tended, the others coining from Adelong and Nangus. Trooper P. Keenan has been appointed sergeant of the Adelong division, vice Sergt. J. M|Namara, who'has left the district. Military sports,! under tho, auspices of the company, are to b.0. held at Gun ilagai on June 21. Adelong Park. The sum of £10 has ''been placed to the credit ...

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