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ADELONG CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
ADELONG CROSSING. A grand banquet ami concert wns held at Adelong Crossing on Friday last in the As sembly Hall. Tb-MvlioJe affair wus a gigan tic success. Some 300 or more assembled, coming from nil adjacent places and especially was Gundagni nnd Adelong represented. It was evident that the Wcsleyan cause, in whose interest it was held, has a lively hold of the people at the Crossing, as we understand tlmt not a single refusal was given to the collectors who entered for its stores. After the banquet the concert tilled up the even ing. The i-rogranime rendered consisted of an opening overture by Miss Bucklnnd ; nnthem, ' Hear the Trumpet,' company from Gundngni Choir ; recitation, ' Yawcol) Strauss'! by Mr: J. l'entlaud : song, Sirs. Walker; recitation, Miss Honor Trudgen, who, with her usual taste and ability, quite took the audience by storm, being repaid by appreciation nnd an. encore; song, Mr. Lnnce, of Gundnfiai, ' Sons of the Sea ; !'. recitation, Master F. Fuller; song, 'The...
The Tumut Land Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
The Tumut Land Appeal Case. At the final sitting of the Land Ap peal Court, held at Wagga on Tues day, Dang Ah Chee appealed- against the decision of the Tumut Local Land Board in respect of his application for the closing and purchase of part of Broughton-street, in the town of Tumuti Mr. T. Kemp appeared for the Crown, and Mr. N. Emanuel for the appellants . The facts of the case were that Dang Ah Chee applied for portion of West street and Broughton-street, in the town of Tumut, ho being the owner of the land on each side. The Board considered that there was no objection to the alienation of the portion of West-street, but the alienation of Broughton-street was objectionable in the public interest. The Board ap praised the unimproved freehold value of the land at £1(5 per acre. The grounds of appeal were : That the decision was against evidence and the weight of evidence, and that the ap plication was not objectionable in. the public interests. The evidence of Mr. Surveyor Cheste...
THOSE BAD ROADS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
! ' ! THOSE ;B AD' ROADS: ' ':, (To the! Editor.),/ :;SiR;-r-Iain taking up my peri to write to. your paper on the subject , of . our roads,; which in- .places are fin a ; very dangerous. condition. Surely, sir, our Eoads Superintendent cannot be aware of their state, or he ?would rectify .the inatter. . It is not my wish to cavil,, arid I am prepared to. give . due . credit to good work, but fellow-settlers around our district will bear me; put;, that labour is^expeuded often unnecessarily on tlTe roads, while there' 'are ''danger; spots here and there quite untouched. I could-give several'instances, but -will only 'mention /bnejan'd.;.'trust that 'jthis- hint will teiid;,to.;bertter;Care all round. !On the uiain,Tuinbaruniba road inetal lias been placet!' ifi' 'one1 spoV on solid rock, while near Rimmer's, Bridge' the road is so bad in wot weather that horses 'si'fik and stick .inthe' juiiul, and during-flio p'iist few days several; minor, accidents have occurred— a party of ladie...
THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAE. (To' tho Editor.) ''Man'siiihitriiaiiity to innii MtiKoth countless thousands mourn.' Sm;— -The above quotation may not be literally ; corrects biit it is true' all' the'sanio.*;, The South African War, which 'is 'now drawing' to a linish- is an example 'by which' the above is proved. Man's inliunianity to' ''man in that battle and what led up to it is api)alling. The 'injustices iniflieted upon the residents- of the two. Re publics' by : the British Cfovernmfent — ;i not the British people, but the Gov ornine'nt^will be regretted: by all persons capable of forming ' an iin prejudiced'opinioh.: That the British Goverinhent have been 'the tool of financial' influence' is beyond the smallest possibility ' cf doubt. Yet we havea very largo number of people in' thiy 'country'whb reiilly: believe that the- Boers were . the aggressors in the ?first instance. Such is not the fact. The;; present .English Government since?being in power have been con tinually, under-on...
The Legal Profession. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
.The Legal Profession. At last -we lnue a legal lummaiy resident amongst us, Ml. J E A Florance, son of Dr. Florttuce, of Cootamundra, having started practice heie in piemises adjoining Mrs. Thornton's, in Tumut-street. We welcome Mr. Flormice to our town, as he completes the complement of pio fessionalb lepicsentatne ol tho thiee estates, tlie created 'fourth,' of course, being icpitscntid bj ouisehos If Adelong can suppoit its doctoifa, dentists, and newspapu, smely we can fand scope foi a lawjei
Installation of Acetylene Gas. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
Installation of Acetylene Gas On Satuiday night the business pio nuses of Mes&is. Eyles and. Son weio the puncipal scene of attiaction in tow n, the occasion being the lighting up of then piemisos with the bulliant illuminant, acetylene ga-! The ex pensive method of lighting by keio seno has had to gi\o place to moie advanced ideas, and now we find; for lighting purposes, the acetylene t gas by far surpasses the oidinaiy gas/and in a large mensuie appioachts^ the electnc light in point of Inilhancy,' though much sqftd in tone, /i'he plant, which has buen put in by tlie Acetylene Cias Company of Austfa lasia, Ltd., consists of_a No. 7 f'^Poi fection ' goneiatoi (Tyiee's patent), fixed in a shed at the roar of the store, fiom which is ahepdy supplied 82 burneis of tho latest and most ap pioved pattern, thiough means of pipes leading fiom the geneiatoi thioughout the building. Though the fittings weie only completed^ at 5 o'clock, a quarteL of an houi latoi tlie new light illum...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
MINING. The Jennings Gold Mining Coy.-1 staited jesleiday on the clean-up fiom the inst paddocck of wash.1 Speculation is nfo a& to the .return' which will be a big one, judging from piospectb obtained fiom the 7ft depth of w a' h The icsult w ill pi obably be ' mado kno-w n publicly aftei tho direc toisof the company no appused of it. Ah J J Smith (son of Mr. W. D. Smith of Adelong) and Mi Arthur E-T\wuds, bo'h well kno^n here, left S)duo- list week foi tho Murchisou goldlield, Western Austiaha , Glorci Eoiilui Eui-M\, 'L'own Clerk Kumaia, sajs — ' I ha\ogieat pleasure in stating that, ha\ mg used Chamber lain's Pain Balm m a -\eiy severe attack of sciatica, I found immediate lehef Had befoio tued many other ombiocations foi the same purpose, but found this the most efficacious. Se\eial of inj fueuds-who have been afflicted w ith ihenmati&m have on my ad-\ieo tucd Chamboilnin's Pain Baliii withecmally good iesult(t I con'lidcntly locommond it to those in need of a g...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
TENNIS A jj \ms mutch bchvoon lopicscntnllvcs of tho AiUlong and luiuut clubs \\a played lit1 iumut on balmdii} und lcsulted in n win, loi tho toimoi bj -)) yinies to lumut'b 5I!.1 Lhe following me the losultb of the play: — - Ludios Mibbcs Lmily nnd Claia Cuitis v.! Mis T Allbopp, nnd Mi«s St.' Blown d — 1 (j — 2 (i — 1 Mi\ed pails: Mi A nnd Mibs O Cuitis. Mr.' T Mmsli and JUs 1 Allsopp, 11—',). Gentlomen Mcssis A Cuitis and A. W.- Molincnu\ v Met,sis P Miubh and T.; Allsopp 0 — J 7 — 5 (?— 0, biune v. Dr. Mason and Mi 1 'laylor, 1— «,'(!— 4, (i— 1 ?' Ml Webb nnd Di Watson v. Messrs. F. Maish nnd 1 Allsopp (j— 2, 7—6, (i— 1 ;; bamo ^ Di Mason and Mi 1 laylor, (i — 4,; 'J — 9 (unfinished) , i
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALUk. (1'iom Om Own Ooiiespondont ) Os Siitmdiij labt Jlossib U b )J-ino anil Co , 111 conjunction with Mi W 11 lindlo, sold, on account of siljioiib onnois,,U2 Jxond of cattle at good puces, as wpl) ab a couple Of iioiscs - Masbib P TI .and b -WiUjinson lmdo\oi 100 hoid of cuttlo *m,- liio&t of'wluoh weio bold, also a quantit} of oals Mesbis Wilkinson and ^Valkoi ulsa.jiold' cattle, tho pucos leihhcd being siitwriuitoi).
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
FOOTBALL.. ; Owino .to the bad ; state : of 'the woiitlierrii^ Club were unable to; journey to' Giin dagai to play! a match, against '-the latter's teanv, but it; is. intended that they 'shall. meet' t'o-hiorrpw. ';: ' ' ;: ^.According .'to. -the- (jruhdagai ' In- ?dopend'entV the Goulburn Union have !6flered;thb - Soiitlr Western Union ;6G for a match there on Wednesday and £12 for a'Satiu;da}''s match. ::;:.:7 ;' ,,;.;. ?:?,.}??: 'Jujujt vV-'Ade^ong :;; -'; :'. ',' '?'? ''' '? '? '?^sosThy.'foUpNying'playersiwill're'present^ the- Adelpng: Glub ? hi the ;iriatchi , with Tuuiu^'ito be : played at Adelong to .inoiTpw ^E.-i ?'-'Benson,'. .-.Wi- ?; Brown, ?Jv'Biown, J.^Garlton'j Mr! Bellettei A. iWHiteley,' A. Miller, :?? J. iGochi'ane, J. .P.piv;ell,:.,- J.f Hiuey, J. Brocco, S. *'Sfii_c^e'y;-G;-:'*Fineld,;;-P.-'Corc6ran, E. ?Eidley,- '?and E. Corcoran (captain) ; emergency, A. Annetts. ?i-£ '?'%'.% '-fH i ^Tumut, ' Juheill. . ?; '? Our -'Tumut -.''fobtballers-' (Battlers) ; played th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
? ??? ???? '?? I THE Ep n « TOR P AD7.L0NG1. ::j;.JUST .LOOK KEfiE ! WK A ti'. : OT OMiY j3«ieral Storekeepers, BUT _£y 'Jewellers ^Also. ? Hero ::;-c a few of our L\TI',ST LONDON DESIGNS, just leceived dncct f om the nianufactmois .' — Soli.1 Gold Secret Molto, 30/. Solid Gold, D'.amoni, Heart, and Arrow, 22' Solid Gold, Diamond. 18/6. Solid Goldj Pearls, and Diamond, 18/6. Solid Gold. Diamonds, and Rubies, 22/. Solid Gold, Diamonds, and Pearls, 28/6. Solid Gold, Double Bar, 1 Diamond, & Rubies, 22/. (l ? ? hum ???I vS#^$^3Sl. ^ — =5-^^ , We are Agents for ' the ^^pfjlf^t^^^ Wilson f '^tjCJ' tt^C- -v^ix v^^^viv f^ytftfjf^/f// JliXN vTJLiXOxl JjIIi VJEjXv aSv ^'sbjJ^^^^^^***™*™'^*^^^ They are undoubtedly the ^^ft^^ ^^^ JBEST TIMEKEEPEES in. ^^^^^=s^^^^^^^^^. ?% the world. E^eiy watch We also have a very nice lot of Wedding Eings, Keepers, Dress Eings, Bangles, Links, and Watch Pendants, and- we do -a Good .Timepiece at 0/6. Don't forget we are the people to supply all youri....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
W. H. Powell's BILLIARD SALOON, Next Oddfellows' Hall, Adelong. FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER. HOT PIES & COFFEE. Fresh Fish and Oysters. ,. ... Notice. Lansley, Practical Tailor and Gutter, ADELONG. Known by Garments, Not by favour. — Shakesponrc. Suits at Sydney Prices. — - TBRMS-SPOT CASH.--. E. DEAE, Aerated Water ASD Cordial Manufacturer, TUMUT & ADELONG. E. A. Fitzgerald, JKKEAMBA VINEYARD, Wagga Wagga, HAS in stock a large assortment of Clioico and Well-matured l'MIZE WINES. Assorted Cases Made Up. Sole Agent for Adclong and Tumut, Mil. GEO. T. BUDD. Visitors to G U N D A G A I , CALL AT THE Family Hotel, Where you will receive a hoarty wel come and your comfort and con venience will be specially at tended to. . ' ' E..T. WALKER, ? ' Propiiotor. Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. YlfM. 110CHE, in notifyiiiK to tlio Publio of \l Adolong Unit )io is still ourying on business in the butchering lino, further inti mates tint ho purchases nothing but the T«ry bust boasts avail...
Can Pay, But Won't. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
Can Pay'But'Won'ty At a meeting of the Committee of the ^undagai^IIospittilcJield, on Tuesday 'hist, it ' Vxs ! fe'H i (s-a- s Uhe G undagai ' Times ') that uiauy people w ho w eie in 'a position to pay tho stipulated fee of 3s foi out dooi tie.itmont o'v tided that payment, and that in consequence it- wits -essential that- the institution should not he imposed upon, as it -\\as lecognihod that fiee tieatment could not be e\tended to anj but those abso lutely unable to pay It was lesohed, ' That no ticket foi out door lehof be issued foi June unless lenewecT 111 accordance with the previous resolu tion ' The Secietaij was also in structed to supply the names of out dooi patients foi M.iy to the Medical Officer, and to inform him of the new resolution of the Committee
To-morrow's Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
^To-morrow's Festivities. To Momim ovcmn,; \diloiij \ ill lie tn felo Tlie Urn lih 3Ut (Vinous nilioii mid conceit to bo I10M 11 ulci the aus]-iLC s o£ the Mufekin^ lieliof Domonsliulion (Jommitlco nroinisos to bo in 1 iniuis milciss llio Cxiimliigiu and \(klon0' tioop of Vusliiiliui Iloi^e undei Jiicutoinint tirillln, moot nt i), o'clock for puindc and pic noh tit (- the piooe sion will bo foniuil We lunc ihouh letoncd to the loiitt to b-,lal.Lii 'llitpiuce sion cjininiltco nicLt to 111,-lit to pufdt all dotail If tlio amount tf a^i^laiKt fiom 0111 talontedj ntiglibouisciu bt likm is 1 ciiteui'i of the ?.ippoi1 I ho public will rtLCOid tt!io C'-nceit, tho 1 i* will bo the i'iaitc t/uulifmeq t 0 Of1 tfe'lowb II ill hi e\& co'iiiuncd ^_Oup lain lioil lhoinos the onlj nluitlmg \on tuloqui 1 111 tlio.woild,.w;U. gno aanmusmg ten lniiiut s- of anloi tinning duiing tho o\en ing V deputation fioi 1 L'.imut wailed on the thaumiui of the (.onimit'eo mill olTeied, on bofulf of Jl'iii...
SPORTING. THE TURF. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
Sporting. THE TURF. NOTES. Np less than 172. horses , h.wo. been qntorcd for^tliO;. Melbourne.; .O.up . and 170 for the Caulfield Cup. The entries aro representative, of ,-alf,. the-colonies. Four of the Now Zealand 'cracks are on the lists. New South Wales con tributes 65 to the total for the. Mel-' .bourne/jGup. : ..The\:executo.rs:.of-^Mr.' jW.jR., Wilson have entered four of the St. 'iAlban's' Estate ^horses, for- -both Gups. ...;.„],. ... .. ?;...' - .;?- :?-'. ..'?_?;.?? *; .Steersman-.; and Eackstraw are in chfded '.in' the;- entries' for- the V.lt.C. Caulfield jumping events, both for the vV.R.G.( Grand National .HurdleVBace, and the Gaullield; Grand :Natioual Steeplechase, ?- and Steersman for the V.li.C. Grand National Steeplechase. : :iThe Cootamundra ! Turf' Club has selected Friday, 81st August, as, the ?date foi'iitsiSpring Meeting. £80 in prizes is to bej disbursed, and the chief event ;. will ,be uthe Spring Handicap. Oi£d0,!-::/,: ,-.,.' -?':-:??/ ;:i :?'?!
Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 12 June 1900
Homeland Foreign. London, MoikIiia The thione stion0l) s-inpnlhises with the ]]o\ois in spnit The natno troops are doubtful, An edict has denounced' General sx'JfUcli foi Killing the Bo\eis and he has been oideitd to withdiaw the hoops to Lutai, SO miles aw a) Tho Bo\eis ai e snuounding Geneial Nich 'L'ho lattei tolegiaphod to TlPekinj* that he -\ nml- uiged the Bo\ei n ' to dii peise and had no altoinalno to lighting He iches on tho Liii]KL0i s mcrcj, adding thcie will hi stnous .trouble vjtli tho Povcis unless Iho '^Boxois iuo suppiessed Accoidmg to tho Viceioj s lecom mendation, the Bntibh aie nllrwcd to ? '.profit ed. with the laihM'j found Tidamngedi bojond Kangtfaim The ? track is no-w safe i Naval forces numbering G50, under Admiral Fremantle, with llotchkiss and other guns, 100 Americans, 40 Italians, and 25 Austrians were en trained at Tientsin yesterday. Another train took GOO British, Japanese, Russian, and French troops. It is hoped they will have reached Peking; by to-n...