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FOOTBALL. TARCUTTA v. ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
POPTBALL. rAROUTTA ' i\f A'DELONG J A team from the Tarcutta Football Club journeyed to Adelbiig on Satur day last ???to;-;try7ooffchffiioTfisi.iAVith the local ,' leather-hunters. The.dav was beautifully- fine, -but the ground was in anything but gooUv condition. The following placers' s .'.eoivstitutecl the teams:— -'.[jiuMju^a^ f('BaoJQ- F. ,-,B. G. Forivor--; ?tliree!-qiiarter_ backs, J, Pod more, L. Clenispn,. and ;W.' Taichcr (captain) ; half-backs, J. .; Sh'oemark and A.-; ilngrani ;':/iwing' forwards, F. . Cox and R. Burt :?'. forwards, 0. Dennis, A'. Latham, D.! Cox,; A.' Burt, J. Cox, arid; P/.laiii^:^ Full : hack^.R? ?;Beiison;ffive^eighths, W, Brdwh'.*,! three-quarters; ; :W. Be lothe,: J. ?; Oarltohyrand: A:; Whitley ; half-backsj ,.-Ei;' Corcoran .! (captain) A. .C(ravbliii)7and'A..*E.;Miller;,forn'aids, J. Cochrano,; J. Hiney, W.i Edivaids, J. Brocco, (i.;Fiefield;;J. Pow.ell, and ?P.' Gorporaii'. ??- Adelong won' the toss, and gave' the' 'kick-off- to Tarcuttu. A goo...
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
TUMUT. (From Our Own Correanondcn Vehy little has transpired in Tumut worthy of comment sin-;o my last. The town has been very quiot. Whether this has, in a measure, boon occasioned bycountry residents selling their favorite hor.so to ono or other of tho many buyers here, thus leaving thomsolvos without a hack to bestride, we cannot say ; hut no doubt our farmers are making tho most of the few sunny days in sowing thoir crops. Saturday last, however, was lively, and the largo crowd that assembled at the saloyards showed undoubtedly that cattle was in domand. Five iirms of .auctioneers were represented, and about 220 head of cattlo were disposed 'of 'at remarkably good prices. ' Purjever-enorgetic townsman, Mr. 'W.:JJ:pr O'Brien;- is making things hum hero. Every week iinds him starting somo new- venture, his latest being an oiler which should commend itself 4o[qur;farmorSj and ono which, if prodigiously followed, will pay thorn far better than growing wheat, hay or maize Mr. O'Brien...
THE TURF. MITTA MITTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
THE ''TURF. MITTA MITTA EACES: The following arc the'weiglits for th'o'-MUta' Mitta races :—????-???: ? ? ?'? ; i .-??-?'? :. ? -' : .i :??'? HCllDLE EACEi : ? ? ' ''-! ?'?'''' ?..;::?? :'? ??'??'(? '?.?;-'-.'!-St lb1'' ' ': '' ' '?''??' ' Bt lb Belokav;'.v.sv.-:-12: 0- Sirocco ;..;.. 0 10 Templni-.. ivivKll-; 2 'rim-Finhegan 9 9 Eulftlie ....;.!. vll'(0- EcliitV,V. ;.:;'; ; 9 7 Labor... .?... .;noiO'-;Liiietti';:.:-.J. .'..!) 7 Liuly Betty.v; .vlOl^ 3;- PriiiiivC:!i!. f. /i;''.), 0 Lndy LemnoS.'V'-i0; !0/-. '?'''''.'/;' \.-.' : :,! . :'/. '' :' 'v''^'HAXiiioAiv'^'''.'-V'~'---t--i1.'-- ? ' ?' ' ?'?.'?.'?.?':'sf]b.-,;;f :'-;'? ,.'.'.-.:,'i,',V-T.'st-ib Belbkii. . i '. '. ; . .' '9 ' ,7 : Gleiioi-eek.' . . .: 8 .-2 Templiir '., . . ;..' ;8,12 ;;,Eul|ilie.;. .-.;?.. ,7' 12 Glenavonl . : .?t;-':.'8!''!-'5 '-'Iiizetii : .'..'.'. ... .7^;-8 Forbes. .?;;.y'.V.I;i''i.'6.';^5 ';.'l?ni5ui'...;V':;.-l;.VV.|7..-'.::9 Lady Jjemii^:;.'^^--2(-p^ff^.',^:.]t;^/?i~^^. ;'?? .SteepleohaSk:'.,' ''.,-??-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
The Challenger Gold Mining ; Company, (No Liability), Adelong, New South Wales. \TOT1CE is heieby given that a CALL A (tho 8id) or ONE PENNY l'EB SHAKE has been liiiuTo on the. CAPITAL': of / the abovenanicd COMPANY,, due and payable to the undeihignod at tho Uegisteied. Ollice, Adolong, on Wednesday, tho 13th day ? of June, 1000. By older of the IJoaid. ' ' ,' ABTKUIl W. MOLINEAUX, 1 ' Scoiotnry. Adelong, '2nd June, 1000. IMPORTANT A. W. MOLINEAUX HAS been f.uouied with instruc tions fiom tho E\ecutois in the Estate of- tho lato Mus. VER SCHEUR to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT HER RESIDENCE, ?TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG, ON TUESDAY, 12th JUNE, AT 2 P.M., HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE EFFEC rs, , , including — Piano, 'Drawing Room T.ible, Dining Room Table, , Largo ]Bools' Case, Lot of (Valuable Pictiues, Carpet, LinoleunVOil ' Cloth, Bedsteads, Chests of Diaweis, Clothes Press, ^Wash btandb mid Sets, EabyChnir, Fonder and Irons, Hat and Coal' Stnnd, Sowing 'Machine, Colonial then, , Kitchen Ulon I bi...
Tumut School of Arts Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Tumut School of Arts Dramatic Club. The amateur body of Thespians formed from members of tho Tumut' School of Arts will no\t Friday night ?hold a short dramatic entertainmont, interspersed with a few songs. Mr. J. W. Kihier, who so ably assisted many patriotic and other gatherings mound Tumut and Adelong' as a vocalist, has taken up his residence in Adolong, and will render a couple of songs during the e\ening. It is to be hoped Mr. Secretary Falconer and his company of entertainers will bo greeted with a bumper house, as in country commu nities especially tho fostering of local talent is an essential in entertaining the public, generally and at the .samn time raising funds for a worthy insti tution, such ,as that under notice on the' present occasion.
Death of Mrs. Verschuer. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 5 June 1900
Death of Mrs. Vershuer. The hand of time has claimed another old resident of Adelong in Mrs. Ver- schuer, relict of the late Dr. J. J. P. Z. Yerschuer, who passed away at her residence at 8 o'clock on Saturday &nbsp; morning, at the age of 68. The de- ceased, with her husband, settled in Adelong 32 years ago, and has been a constant resident since, rearing a family of five, who are now all grown up. Of late years she has been a great sufferer from an internal growth, and during the last few days dropsy set in with the result that death supervened. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon and was well-attended, many old residents being in the cortege which followed the remains to their last resting place. The bearers were Messrs. W. W. Webb, F. Taylor, J. Gifford, and W. D. Smith, senr. The Rev. A. Dandie officiated at the grave. Much sympathy is felt for the sorrow- ing daughters and sons who are left to mourn their great loss. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
STAND ^3^*SJj?l SEASON, AT TUMUT, The Thoroughbred Stallion TARANAKI. rriAHANAKI is a beautful bay with blnck J_ points, standing 10-2 in height, with splendid bone and muscle. I Cap-a-fie (imp.) I £ Birngnajr (imp.) 1 5 iS I I Troaa (imp.) ? * AliL'o (itoy ' I '&to§ Swootuwit (Eiig.)r '' ' ' B& | Joeoso (En?.) ' I ^ -'^g StocknolltEiig) g| UibBSiinli(£ntr.) . - ? £ ' ' ? /, ' - -r 'S? Koipio (imp.) ? ^ 5 £ UaHliglit (imp.) I = S *'*'^; i -*?*?' ' \ S« Stockwdl iKngliHli) ? ' ' ' ^ .^g Juliot (Kiig.) ? ( ' .S ? ? EaPj rrlnid tho 1st fEng.), c^-s sire of Snowden , K W ?5-g^ Cotliorednle (Bug.) ,, .a I'EHFOHMANCES :— Wo Epsom Han dicap, Wafcga Cup, \Yillianibto\ui Cup,1 l'nikob Cup twice, Paikes Handicap ; also so\oinl othei good laces. Han beeoiid nt. Sundown l'nik; second -iru -3obui(5 Stakes'; thnd in Melbourne Cup. ? Axiom, the dam of Tiuiiniikf, it, ulbo the dam of L.unond, winner of the Mctiopolitnn, also Accident,11 Svmner of !10 races in. Mel bourne ; also lios...
FOOTBALL. TUMUT v. ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
FOOTBALL. Tumut v. Adelong. On Saturday a junior team from the Adelong Jubilee Boys meet the Tumut juniors at' a friendly game. The following compose the Adelong team: — Full back, J. Pascoe : ^-bucks, A. Whiteloy, 0. Perkins, J.-33eaver, and E. Bird ; f -back, A. E. Miller (capt.) ; wing forwards, A. Gravolin and W. Taylor ; scrum-half, B. Upton ; for wards, R. Knight, J. Wilds, J. White ley, J. Carlton, G. Higgs, J. Geaghan, and W. Bburke, with J. Hudson, A. Annetts and J. Kelly as emergencies.
SPORTING. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
SPORTING. NOTES. The Swagman — Molly Asthore appeal caso, in connection with tho Disposal Stakes run at the recent Murrumbidgee Race Club's Cup meeting, was to ba con sidered by the A. J. C. Committcoat its monthly meeting last night. In Wagga sporting circlesis not coiuideicd likely that the judges decision will- be disturbed. It is understood that Mr. W.R. Wil son left instructions in his will that his racing and breeding stud at St. Albans should bo carried on as hereto fore until a saiUblo opportunity for selling nrose. His executors therefore, decided to run La .-Carabine-, for., tho Alderman Cup on Saturday, and the mare won. She seems to have shaped in much the same way as in her other races this season, coming with a brilliant run at the finish. She ran this' way in the Birthday Cup, but,' though finishing best there, could not. quiio get up. In Saturday's race the dis tance was two furlongs further than the Birthday Gup, and this suited- her admirably, as die is a grdafc st...
Fcclesiastical. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Ecclesiastical. Tim' Rev. Joseph Walker has gone on a visit to Cootamundra and will occupy the pulpit of the Wesloyan Church in that iown on Sunday next. Tho Rev. B. Dinning, of Coptiunundrti, preaches in Adelongin tho morning and oven ing and Tumut in tho afternoon. Mr. Walker expects to ictuin from Coota mundra on Monday no\t. Picton, N.0., September 18, 1899 , — 1 have much pleasiue in recom mending Chamberlain's Cough Re medy. I have used it whenever 'necessary during the last few y'eais, 1 and have always found it' give im mediate relief . It always breaks up a cough or - cold,- and experience has taught mo that'to' obtain a speedy cure is to commence taking Chamberlain's Cough itomeuy at the-very commence ment 6f 'a cold. I always keep a bottlo ?of it'iri tho honse. — Yours faithfully, J. Bli'/.zaid, .1 .P., Town Clerk. Cham berlain's Cough Ecmedy is sold by Messrs. jOnnistou ' and Ormiston, Tn'mut, and Mr. Fred. B. Witt, A'lelong. ,
Colonial. ALBANY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Colonial. Aldany. Monday. The K.M.S. Orizaba-had very heavy weather between Adelaide and. Albany, only arriving at 8.80 o'clock this rnornins. The officers stato that she had the heaviest sea they had met for 20 years. The Coolgardie also encountered similar weather, one heavy sea breaking on board carrying away the gangway, a boatr, and the davits. Sydney, Friday, No fresh cases of plague were re-^ ported yesterday. , , t - '' Messrs. Taylor, Sydney Smith, and J. J. Taylor weie yesterday nominated for the Canteibury seat. Mr. Jno. See, speaking last night, defended the 'Government in its action in reference to the wharf resumptions and the sending of hoops to South Africa. Two sections of ' Paddmgton have been portioned out for cleaning pur poses. A strong galo continues and heavy rain has lasted all thiough the night. Tho tents of the men in the Ntitional Park .were:all blown down. A motion, recommending the rail way system to Hyde Park, was rejected ' by the Public Works Committe...
Mr. Holman at Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Mr. Holman at Wyalong. West Wyalong, Monday. — Mr. Hol man, M.L.A., addressed a meeting at the Oddfellows' Hall last evening. Thfiro were 700 nersons present, and Mr. A. Duncan presided. Mr. Holman explained his action in opposing the sending of troops to South Africa. Mr. J. Goggins moved and Mr. P. Hoduott seconded a motion of con fidence. ? Mr. G. P. Evans spoke at length in opposition against Mr. Hol man. The chairman declared the motion',. J= lost by a large majority, Much cheering ana Wnt.ing followed. Rule Brittnnia and the Natioim\ A_n thein were sung.