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School Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
School Inspection. Tiiu new Schools Inspector, Mr. P. Board, who succeeded Mr. J. Pearson in tho charge at Albury, last week toured tho Adelong -and Tumut dis tricts on visits- of oirispectious to the various public-schools- . James Murphy, aged 17, was on Friday at the ,Centr/il, Criminal Court, Sydney, found^jgiiilty bf the murder of (Jyrus M'Farlano -at Graltdh on Feb ruary 10.; The jury recommended the prisoner to mercy on account of his youth. , y Aftei; | tthes prisoner had heard .the ^'verdict1 he protested his innocence. ' Sentence'' of death was passed. . .'„','..? ' -. Twp.ex-conyicts, Mullet and Fitz harris, who were connected with the Phcenix Park murder, and who had emigrated to the. United States, were, in pursuance of the law relating to felony convictions; refused a lauding.
COMMERCIAL. MONTHLY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
COMMERCIAL. MONTHLY' STOCK REPORT. Messrs. Wilkinson and Walker, auc tioneers, and- stock mid station agents, ' reporthaving sold, for tho month ended Uio.Sls.il, May, direct and in conjunc tion,. wjth other., agents, as follows : — .Cattle. — On account of ,W. , Qartor, 196 head of bullocks and steers ; on ap. of J.'T...Dolaney, 141 bullocks and 11 cows ; 611 ac. of J. Hay ward, !) bul locks and 1 cow ; on ac. of,,W. J. .- Rossitor, 4 bullocks ; on ac. of ~AV'J.' Mclnnes, IG'1 mixed cattle ; on ac. of 11. Lowlhcr, 80 bullocks and 1 cow ; on ac. of J. T. Galloway, 40 head fat cows and.bullocks ; on. ac. of-.T. -T. ? and T. E. Wilkinson, 55 bullocks ; on ac. of Wm. Carter, 100 ' bullocks ;. on ' ac. of McKon/.io Bros., 40 -head -cows- and bullocks ; on ac. of A. W. Lynch, 5 fat cows ; on ac. of -). T. Galloway, 15 fat bullocks ;. on ac. of J.Ji' Crowe, / '- bullocks ; on ac. of G. W., Carter, 154 bullocks ; on ac. of F. Yonng, 80 head of fat bullocks; on ac. of JL«V D. Bad-^ ! | gory...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. Mh A. W. Molin'L'aux, of, Adelong, reports having sold by auction on Tuesday last a large .consignment of fruit and ornamental tree's, flowering plants, tetc. '. The: assortment was a good-one,- and Mthe. trees .^yere Well grown.' ? 'J'Hough 'tho weather 'was very -.inclement, 'there was :t fair attendance of buyers, and bidding yrtis spirited, while the prices realised.jwero very satisfactory.
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
IIOMEBUSH STOCK J3ALES. 'Clio return of stock sold at the Ilomebush saleyards tor the mouth of , May show that, 144,998 shqep^and 10,277 Ciittle were disposed' of. On account of Mr. H. Smith, of Darbalara Station, the following cattlo wore sold :— 2 @ £14 each ; 1 @ £11 7s 6d ; 49 © .-68 7s 4d, ' the highest price being £9 19s ; and 1 cov,''-fp' £8 12s; tho average price for the lot being £8 12s ,9d. t-, Sydney, June 8. '''At Homobush' the' -weather inter fered with the sales.. Sheep closed weak, but for -cattle ? values were strong. and prices firm.
Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Hospital Ball. ,The managing committee of the^local branch of the Gundagai 'Hospital Crusade met on Tuesday last. There was a small attendance. The principal business transacted was the fixing of the dates foi holding the hospital and children's balls, as those already de cided upon clashed wibh tho Gundagai committeo's arrangements. Wednes day and Thursday, July -1 and 5, were the dates ; decided upon. The collectors are meeting with generous support on all sides, and besides auguring well for the success of the ball their efforts will result in a substantial addition to tho hospital funds. They are not only collecting gifts in the way of provisions, fee., for the ball, but also subscriptions towards the upkeep' of the institution. All tho ladies appointed to canvass the respective wards are ? exerting every endeavour to persuade the public to give their mites towards the deserving object. ' :
Local Workmanship. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Local. Workmanship. Sosii: excellent work has lately been turned out of Adelong coachbuilding establishments. Mr. Chas. Passlow has built, to the order of Mr. Boll, a first-class sulky, lilted with all, the latest patented contrivances. The article has so far attracted the atten tion of those in need of such a vehicle that several orders of a similar kind have since been received by Mr. Passlow. A capilal sample of the work executed at those shops is seen in a Shanghai coach, which has been built for Mr. Wm. Jones, tho now Tumbarumba mail contractor. For strength and durability, combined with relative lightness, it is perfect, and on the whole reflects great credit on the maker. — D. Boston &' Sons havo just completed for Mr. E: Eyles, son, a handsomely finished ' sulky, with satin oak back and dash boards, varnished. It is one of the best pieces of work executed in the district, and would do credit to a high-class city factory.
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Accidents. On Tuesday lastMr.damesDrummond, who fills the position of carpenter at the Jennings! mine, met with a nasty accident while puttingdown some of the iroii boxes which were used to run the 'dirt away before tho barge was shifted to its present position. Mr. Driunmond was on top disconnecting the boxes, when-he slipped and fell about 20 feet, landing on one of the boxes. He received a severe gash under the right eye, necessitating Dr. Watson inserting several stitches, and his shoulder was badly bruised. The injuries prevented his working, but he is getting on well. A painful injury was inflicted upon Mr. E. Corbett, of Cornishtown, on. Tuesday last. While in the act of chopping a billet of firewood a piece Hew up and struck him on tho face, laying open tho upper lip. He came into Adelong, and was attended by Dr. Lyltleton, who dressed the wound and stitched it up.
WONDALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
WONDALGA. The parents of Wondalga are com plaining, bitterly at the time lost to their children, who ai-e pupils of the public school there, owing to their .being unable to get across the creelc during wet weather. It doas seem absurd that a school should be erected on 'the side of the creek opposite to the' residences of not only the children attending it but also their teacher, and no means are provided for cross ing'tbe stream. . The effect is that the school is closed when the rains cause a freshet in the creek. The con struction , of a small swing bridge would meet the requirement. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Guonoi: JRohhbi Hudmn, Town Clerk Knmara, says : — ' 1 have great pleasuie in stating that, having used Chamber lain's Pain Balm in a very severe attack of sciatica, I found immediate lolief. Had beforo tried many other embrocations for the samo purpose, but found this the most efficacious. Several of my friends who haVe been afflicted with lhoumatism have' pn my advice tried Chamberlain's Pain.,7Balui with equally good losults. I confidently recommend it to those in need''of''a good household liniment or embrocii-' tion.' — Chamberlain's Pain Balm it sold by Messis, Ormiston and Ormib ton, Tnnnit.'aud Mr. Fied. B. Witt Adelong. TO. BE THE BELLE OF THE BALL YOU MUST BE WELL GLOVED La ]V[aison Parisienne Nothe2s%a%d, *. ^ ?h-.'uiiil j- ? GLOVE HOUSE IN SYDNEY. ^^^f EVENING GLOVES, elbow length, from 2/6 ; shoulder length from 2/11. Ghervefcte, Suede, and Kid Gloves, all sizes and shades, from 1/11 per pair. (Moves sent post-free to all jinits otthe colony. Every pair guaranteed. WINT...
Mafeking Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Mafeking Relief Fund. The Committee of the Mafeking Relief Fund (which, is to be devoted to bene' fit the rank and file of the beleaguered garison which served under Major General Baden-Powrll during the siege Mafeking met at the 'Literary &nbsp; Institute, Adelong, on Tuesday night. There were present: Messrs.' J. E phick (in the chair), A. E. Merryfull, J. J. Vivian, J F. Burrows, .J.W. &nbsp; Kilner, W. D. Smith, junr. Russell, J. Besnard, F. W. Palmer, and A. W. Watson. The Secretary (Mr. Bur rows) announced that Misses Hilton, Cheo (2), J. E. Alpen, Mrs. H. B. Falconer, and Messrs. Kearney W., Howitt, Allsopp, McLeau, and London (Tumut), and Messrs. H. Braine and W. E. Lucas (Gundagai) had inti mated their willingness to comply with the committee's request to take part in the concert. Mr. Donaldson, M.P., wrote expressing regret at his in ability to be present at the procession and concert, owing to Parliament &nbsp; being called together on the 12th ins...
Mr. William Williams' Portrait. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
Mr. William Williams' Portrait. &nbsp; Another enlarged photograph of Mr. Wm. Williams, the Adelong Centen- arian, is to be hung in the Literary &nbsp; Institute, and bears the inscription :— &nbsp; Mr. William Williams. Born May 3, 1800. Photographed on his 100th Birthday, May 3, 1900. The work is from the hand of our local photo- graphic artist, Mr. Pumfrey. The &nbsp; donor of the portrait, presents it to the Institute as another token marking &nbsp; &nbsp; the attainment of the pioneer's cen- tenary. Mr. Williams continues to enjoy good health, though the incle- &nbsp; ment weather experienced of late con- fines him a great deal to the house and precludes him from taking his &nbsp; customary exercise in the garden. &nbsp; &nbsp;
QUILTY—CURRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
QUILTY— CURRAN. A quiet wedding look place at the Catholic Chapel, Adelong, on Wednes- day, when Mr. Thos. Quilty, of Win- dowie., was united in hymeneal bonds with Miss Elizabeth Curran, eldest daughter of Mr. Wm. Curran, of Camp-street. The ceremony was per- &nbsp; formed by the Rev. Father Hanrahan, of Tumut. -The bride was attired in &nbsp; a neat green costume, and fawn hat trimmed with white and green. Miss Julia Curran, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and wore grey cashmere, &nbsp; relieved with white trimmings, picture hat en suite. Mr. Jas. Quilty, brother &nbsp; of the bridegroom, acted as best man. After the wedding, breakfast was served at the residence of the bride's parents, and in the evening a dance was held. Many pretty and costly wedding presents were received. &nbsp; &nbsp;
WEDDINGS. NEWMAN—OATLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 8 June 1900
WEDDINGS. NEWMAN— OATLEY. The marriage of Mr. F. W. Newman, second son of Mr. R. A. Newman, of Tumut, with Mrs. Oatley, widow of the late Mr. F. A. Oatley, was solemn- ised at St. James's Church, Sydney, &nbsp; by the Rev. I. Carr-Sniith on May 16. Miss A. I. Newman, sister of the bride- groom was the only bridesmaid, while Mr. G. H. Turner, of Sydney, filled the role of best man. The honeymoon was spent on the South Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Newman arrived in Tumut, their future home, on Tuesday last.