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Receipts and Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900
Receipts and Expenditure. ' The following is 11 btutomont of tho Eo ceipts and Bxpenchtuie in connection with the Fund :— UeCEH'18 — To subscriptions collected .. JU80 10 0 Expenditure— ' By C. Passlow, funoial pxpensos £11 0 0 ' Col. Mutual Insuianco Coy. 3 9 4 ' T. Sh.uv (lent .-. . . 0 8 0 ' Dr. Ljttleton (medicine only) 0 G 0 ' Cheque Doolc nnd Exchange 3 0 ' Mis Muild ? 3 0 0 ' Holmes, 'rhomiih, ct Caison I) 1 (i Balance in hand.. .. 41 2 11 £80 10 9 As tho Committee wish to close the Fund at an early date, subscribers are requested to foiwaid their piomised subsciiptions as soon aa possible. CIIAS. Wit. BEEGLING, _ lion. Seciotaiy.
TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. LONDON, Wednesday. ASHANTI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900
TELEUMM8. - Home and Foreign. - ? London, Wednesday. ASHANTI. Lieutenant Slattor and several Haussas were isolated in going to Kumassi and were killed. Tho Boxers in China are civinff trouble in tho vicinity of Peking'.'-' General Galifet, French Minister for War, has resigned owing to ill health. A French officer, 'who communi cated to a politician a' War Office document relating to the Dreyfus case, when asked by the War Office to ex plain his conduct, stated that the action hud been taken for political reasons. General Galifet, the Minister for War, dismissed tho officer, characterising his offence as a crime. Bubonic plague is reported to have broken out at Cairo, Egypt. The United States Court has allotted Admiral Dewey £40,000 prize money for the defeat of the Spanish squadron at Manila, Philipine Islands. Lord Goscben, First Lord of the Admiralty, is amazed that the wood work of the old battleship, Belle Isle (which was sunk at Selsey Bill, in the English Channel, by H.M.S. M...
Friday's Telegrams. Pretoria Abandoned. LONDON, Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900
. .?'. Friday's Telegrams. Pretoria Abandoned. London, Thursday, ; The Boers have abandoned Pretoria. President Kruger is at Waterval boven. Commandant Kruise has surren dered. The Johannesburg garrison round Pretoria has been dismissed. Field-Marshal Lord Roberts has despatched a force to Hatherly. Presi dent Kruger meanwhile has fled. The Burgomaster of Pretoria has. summoned a meeting of the committee to preserve order and receive the British appointed, including Chief Justice Samuel and Messrs. Marks and Loveday. The crowds are quiet, but expectant. They say the American Consul and others are fearing an out break. The British prisoners have obtained their release. Twenty officers at Parob, who re assured the men of their early release and were guarding the Kanmti bridge at Utrects, have surrendered to Major General Hildyard. Lord Roberts is hastening to Pre toria and has sent officers to Johan nesburg to dictate surrender. The rapidity of Lord Roberts' move ments and his recent ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900
TO THE FRONT. -'''??? ? ? /^\ ' ??'?'? mliE ? WARsr Weather ? ?, . --?-r ' has gone and winter iZQvj has come with its cold -*^J_ /S^/i^, winds, fogs, and frosts, and ^*»»»«1^_ f A §fav ^5^5fffi& no milMel' how careful you '*'*[ -**^t^»^jj|jfcj^ffi maybe you are sure to ' ' 'Jffi^iSjilP^s'r^ ' catch a cold without' going xiM 1 IKiflHHL t0 ?sht befoi'e y°u set rid \*i|f - »^^^^^P^^l of it. But you must not ^BjSi I ^**^WV«i despair even then. There ^5bL™ «§fc ]-9)\Bft is a grand remedy which is tB^ (xr ^*JS~^' already at the front and ^Ipw, '^^p ' which will give you relief :?? ?' ^Jk , - at once, no matter how ^?8s»«. ' ? ?-«? stubborn yourcoughmay be. ^^.flriS^? if you try it you'll have the satisfaction of seeing THE ENEMY ROUTED. This remedy is easily procured. It is sold in bottles of sixteen doses for 1/0 and. thirty- two doses for 2/6 by F. B. WITT, Chemist, Adelong, And all Respectable Storekeepers. ?THE7 PUEVAHATION IS DR. BEAUMONT'S Brazilian Cougli Balsam. LINE OF R...
Colonial. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 1 June 1900
Colonial. Sydney, Thursday. The Premier states that no final decision has been come to with regard to the lis.t of bills to be submitted to Pnrliniiifiiit. The Government of Victoria has decided to grant to each of the in valided soldiers from South Africa six months' leave of absence on full pay. Angelo Lazzarini, an Italian, living near Woy Woy, was found on Satur day near his house with his head blown off, and a discharged gun lying between his knees. The fatality, is supposed to have been the result of an accident. Sydnky, Friday. Owing to the dangerous illness of his father in Tasmania, tho Premier last evening, left by way of Mel bourne. The opening of Paihament has been postponed for a week. One case of plague, was reported yesterday. In tho case of a woman who died' in a private hospital foi women, under somewhat suspicious encumstances, an open yeidict w.i-- letumed A serious street disturbance oc curred in the city last night, caused by a numbei of peimanent aitilleiy men ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
PKOSPECTUS ) Ol' THE Lambing t Lit Wet Lend and Spring Creek Amalgamated Gold Di-edping*' mid ? ouucuio Lompany, ; , YOUNO, NEAV SOUTH WALKS. (To be Registered under the No' Liability Mining Companies Act.) CAPITAL ? £20,000, . Divided into 40,000 Shares of 10/- Each, Of which 24,000 aro now offered for subscription by this public, payable 2/6 per share on application and 2/G per share on allotment ; the balance, if requited,, in calls, not exceeding 1/- per share at 'intervals of not less than one month. ....... . .... .-, . ... .-.,.,.. .?,? , - 12,000 shares fully paid np will bo allotted to the vendors in full payment for tho property, The remaining 4000 contributing shares will be reserved and may bo issued hereafter at the discretion of'the directors. All the capital subscribed will bo placed to the credit of the Company, less brokerage, legal, ami other, expenses incidental to its formation. . Allotment will be made according to nrioiity of application, the Directors having f...
SPORTING. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
SPOUTING. NOTES. Tin; Gorowa distiict horse,' Baker, has been purchased by a Sydney sportsman for £50. During tho earlv part of the week the black mare La Belle gave a tour over the steeplechase coiuse on the Wagga racecourse. Bidden by Mr. Haiold Gray, she toured thieo times round tho course, and jumped 113 fences fast and well. She will in all probability form* one of the starters in the Hunt Club Steeplechase to be run at the Mitta Mitta (Vic.) meeting on Friday next. '
Colonial. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Colonial. Sydnky, Saturday. The following appointments' have been mado to the Legislative Coun cil :— Messrs. T. M. Slattory, A. W. Meeks, Reginald Bliick, William Charles Hill, John Moagher, G. F. Earp, Doctor Brady Nash, Alexander Ross (of Gcrmanton), William Rolson (of Ashfield); Hugh Langwell, F. Flowers, and H. Stuart. The three last, it is understood, -will represent the Labour, interests. Mr. Slattory will probably represent the Govern ment in the Council. ' ' . .. ''?-,-. Sydney, Tuesday. ' Mr. Varney Parkes lias resigned his seat for Canterbury. Only one case of plague was reported yesterday.. .In. Queensland tlie total cases have numbered 47, and 16 deaths have resulted! The Government has not yet taken action on the report in. (the' Creswell case and Parliament will have to decide a question as ; to. whether: he be released or not fron^ the. iisyhim. Thomas Mose'r, well known in literary circles, died yesterday. . Sir Wi- JJi Lyno found' his father un conscious on his arr...
TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
TELEGEAMS. Home and Foreign. London, May 81. l Messrs. George Musgrove and ' T. Fitzgerald are organising a benefit for the Australian contingents on June 26th, when those taking part will bo all Australian artist's. |The Chartered Biink at Tien-tsin-fu was set on fire, but only, slight damage ? was done. . : [The situation is serious in Southern. Algeria where several thousand Moors are marching to attack Ajenn'aclei1. .The Tsungli-Yampiv bus reluctanlty admitted a hundred marines belonging to ; each power to the Peking embassies. Twenty-three warships aro at Ta-En and cloven thousand troops are aboard the nine Russian warships. It is believed that Russia hoped to seige the position controlling the Poiho River, but America and Germany prevented this. London., Jr-n,d 1, A week ago it was reported tji.at the Great Powers had presented to the Tsung-li-Yam'en the necessity of sup pressing tho 'Boxers,' the Chinese seditious society. This representation tho Yamen has opposed, and tho Po...
Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Tuesday's Telegrams. London, Monday. Pretoria is in the wildest confusion and panic and a general collapse of tho Government functions has taken place. Since the stampede the officials and foreign attaches have started home. Commandant Botha arrived on Wednesday night and reported that ''8 day's fearful fighting had occurred, but it was disadvantageous to the Boers. The last engagement was fought at Orange Grove, where Lord Roberts was on Saturday. Tho object was to enable as many trains and waggons with supplies to start for Lvdoiiburg. Commandants Botha and Meyer's fiery speeches have rekindled the spirit of resistance in tho Boers. ., At a meeting in Pretoria' 10,000 Boers resolved to fight to the last. Commandant Botha has proclaimed martial law. . Lieutenant-General French was at Irene on Thursday. ' ' .'. Heavy fightjnghas occurred in -the direction of Moddorfontein. ' ?Major-General Rundle,' on the 29th: May, attacked a strong position six miles from : Senekal. Shelling .fail...
FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
FROM THE FRONT. Extracts from letter from Trooper M. F. Medium, lsV Australian Horse, received by bisfather.Mr.W.Mecham, of Tumut Plains : — Bloemfontein, April 15, 1900.— We have been hero for. the last 10 days fitting np for the winter: a good supply of warm clothing, all of which we carry on our backs, as well as a beauti ful military Russian overcoat, new bandoliers to wear across the shoulder, and surdcl bolts. We have also a woollen horse-nig, which we can use as a blanket, for it is not safe to rug the horses at night unless in a stationary camp, as they would catch cold on the march or when they are left standing, sometimes all night in the saddle. The Scots Greys have been served out with the same, and wo now form the 4th Squadron of the Greys, but are still Australian Horse. They call us their Australian wild horsemen. This morning they 'received presents' from home of tobacco arid pipes,'' and sent us two oases to lie-distributed, amongst us — the Australian Horse. Wo fin...
Gun Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Gun Accident. On Saturday last two b'6yi'~woi:o play- ' ing with; a pea-gun a't Mr. W. Law son's 'residence, Sharp's Crook, when tho ohoj'iii putting down tho hammer;' let it go with such force that the car tridge with which it was loadcd^ex iploded, and ' the pellet ? lodged''nr the ibpy's (named 1'aylor) thigh.: He'^yas brought into Dr. Watson, who probed ,tho hole whoro tho shot hud entered, but failed to. locate it.
Rescue Work. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Rescue Work. ' Staw-Caitaix ' Jago, of the Salva tion Army, pays a visit to Adelong on Friday i next, for 'the, purpose of de livering an address at the Barracks on the rescue work of the 'Army.' Much good has been'done in the over crowded cities and slums through the agency of those connected. with this work, and as the address will bo enter taining a good attendance is antici pated. Mr. Molineaux; J.P., will take the chair. All are 'given a hearty invitation 'to be present.' Kangaroo Flat, Vic, July 1, 1899 Ghfiniborliun Mod. Co. * 'Des Moines, Iowa, .U.S.A.— Gentlemen,— I have suffered for some months past from re peated attacks of '^Diari-hom, 'and felt myself getting very weak, through my appotito having become ' scanty and distasteful.1 1 tried different remedies without getting -my permanent relief. Was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, and am thankful to state that I did .so, for it has proved most effective, has checked the dinrrhuiii, my ap...
Mafeking Celebration Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Mafeking Celebration Demonstration. Matteus in connection with the gala rtobeheld in Adelong on1 tho 18th in stant, to celebrate the British victory inroleasinfj tho Mafekinn garrison, are' imaking good progress, and there aro already good indications that a splen did demonstration will be the outcome of the committee's labour to aid the national cause with mohotary help. It is believed that the .full programme, will be ready for publication in the course of a few days. Affirmative replies have been already recoived from vocalists for the evoning's enter tainment, and amongst these 'are the leading artistes from Gundagai and Tumut, as well as from Adelong. Residents from the towns named, and indeed from theicoubtry side generally, have signified their intention to) visit Adelong ifor both the afternoon and evening festivities, and, given favorable weattier,!4he cause should be swelled in a monetary sense and a thoroughly enjoyable demonstration result. Wo hope- to be able to place' ...
Monday's Telegrams. LONDON, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Monday's Telegrams. London, Saturday Afternoon. Adye caught the rebels at Kheiss between two fires, inflicting on them heavy loss and capturing many arms and 20 prisoners. The chief British losses were through treacherous firing on the ambulance bearers. Lord Roberts cabled on Thursday morning : 'Lieutenant-General French 'on' Monday and' Tuesday was opposed throughout the march, but drove the Boers from strong positions, and is now holding the. place. I directed him to proceed north from Johannes burg'. .Two of his men were killed and 22 wounded. . Major-General Hunter's main army is at Barber's Pan, where his yeomanry and cavalry have junctioned. ' Major-General Baden-Powell is at Blofesvlei.' Panic and confusion reigns at Pro- ? toria. The crowds of refugees are getting on to tho Rand. ' A thousand rebels surrounded Lieu tenant-General Sir Charles Warren and 700 men at Fabersmith on the 29th, but were repulsed after- a fierce fight. Tho British lost 15, including Colonel Sponce, ...
Shocking Accident in a Wine Cellar. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Shocking 'Accideiat in a. Wine . Cellar. A young man named Endclrile, a son of Cnnon Badclifle, .of Bnllarat, thG Dishop's registrar, and a brother of the Rev. Mr. Badclifle, of Stawell, met with n shocking 'accident at Great Western. The youlig man ,was em ployed at Mr. Iltins W. H'. Irvine's vineyard, and was engaged with a Custom House officer in, gauging the spirit from the still. , When proceed ing to examine the vat with a lighted candle a terrific explosion occurred, and the spirit igniting, he was drenched with the blitzing liquid. ,' Before he could be reached and the flames smothered ho was terribly burned. A goods train from Stawell, which was passing the , vineyard, -was stopped, and Mr.' Alder, the ~ locomotive -, superin tendent, who was in charge, took the young man to the Ararat hospital, running the distance in * 16 minutes. Ho was promptly attended to by the residentsurgeon, 'Mr.1 Merrilees, B.M., who found that both eyes were exten sively burned, all his hair sing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Adklono Tailoiunh Oo. guarantuuull their work. A trial Bolloltod. G. Jaokson, Mini iiger Picton, N.Z., September 18, 1899 — J have much pleasure in lecoui mending Chamberlain's Cough Ro llifidy. I have used it whenever ijece'ssary duvfng tho last few jeais, and havia always f°UI?4 H S1}6 llni mediate relief . It ohytiys bfo'il^s i(yj ft cough PV cold, and experience has taught roe that to obfciin a speedy euro is to commonco talting'-Gliaii|beilain't) Cough Remonyat tb 3 very commence, ment of a cold. I always keep a, bottlo of it in tho house— Ytmr.-i fmthftilly, J. Blizzard, J.P., Tovyn Clork. Ohnm borlain's Coivgh. Hoiiiocl^ i-- sold by Messrs. Ormiston and O mislon, Tumut, and Mr. Fred B iWitt, Adejong. '? , ? . .?
Saturday's Telegrams. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Saturday's Telegrams. London, Friday. Lord Roberts made a State entry into Johannesburg yesterday. Mr. Blake and other mercenaries had pre viously been ordered away by order of . the Pretoria Committee. Tho Free Staters bitterly resent the action of the Transvaalers in over running their country and then capi tulating the moment their qjvn terri tory whs invaded. Irish-Americans made two un successful attempts to destroy the rail way between Pretoria and Delagoa Bay. The Railway bus been re-opened by Lord Roberts, who captured eight more locomotives. Tho rebels at Douglas sur prised a small British force, killing Colonel Spence and fifteen men. The Queen has telegraphed her con gratulations to Mr. Chamberlain at the occupation of Johannesburg. Middlcburg lias been proclaimed the Boor capital. ._ It is reported that President Kruger has invested £140,000 in Rand gold shares at low prices. Tho Emperor William of Germany and King Humbert of Italy have warmly congratulated the Queen on ...