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BATTLERS v. GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

BaTTLEUS V. GlLMOIiE. The above teams met at Tumut on Saturday afternoon last in. the return match, when the Battlers added anot her victory to their already successiul career by 9 points to nil. The Bat tlers wero 'represented by a stroll' combination, but Gilmore were greatly handicapped by the absence of no less than seven out of the fifteen chosen. They were obliged, therefore, to make up their team from tho onlookers, so the result of the match was not sur prising. Very little Ihtgby was shown, and in many instances utter disregard of tho rules was visible. Day, Emory, and Faint scored tho tries, tho kick at goal in each instance failing. The best of feeling prevailed amongst the players throughout. Mr. R. Kearney, as referee, had rather a difficult task to perform, and is deserving of a word of praise for the manner in which he carried out his duties, expressions of satisfaction being heard from both teaiiis, which is not always the case towards an umpire. : AdELONO V. Gu.NDAG...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

AE WftFFvfuil Sons The Direct Importers, ADELONG. : The Best Store for tho rich, .;'??.?.:?? ' The Cheapest for the poor, And the Bight Storo for everybody. , LADIES! WE beg to announce that our second shipment of AU'lUM I and : WINTER GOODS has arrived, consisting of nine bales ot flan nelettes and Blankets and six cases and 1 tank of General Goods, and are now ready for your inspection ; and we can say without fear of contradiction that they are the greatest value ever offered in Adelong. LADIES! We can do you Double-width Dress Serge from 9d. per yard Melton Cloth at 1/ ; all shades and great width Thousands of various shades in British Dress Materials from Oil. to 4/6 per yard Our celebrated brand of Ladies' Kid Gloves, in black and tan, .at 2/11 per pair. Also a large assortment of Fur-top Gloves at equally low prices. Heavy Welsh Flannel for men's undershirts from lid per yard. , ,'' .-...'? 1 dozen yards Fancy Flannelette for dresses for 5/6 '?..' Striped Flannelettes at 3/11...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

SPORTING. THE TURF. In the two big events of the forth coining .VlR.'G. 'meeting — tho Grand National Hurdle Race and the Grand National Steeplechase — over 50 horses Jiavo been weigh ted for each nice. A fair number of horses are working on tho ltandwick tracks, in prepara tion for tho Spring meeting, but the cold and bleak weather retards train ing a great deal. Sirocco, tho winner of the Mitfca Mitta (Vic.) Hurdle Race, has been sold to a Victorian sportsman by Mr. Percy Woods. Wait-a-bit, with top weight in the Grand National Hurdle Baco, is to be a starter. Recent-additions to Mr. J. Laffan's string in Cootamundra are Currawang (an own brother of Marshal Neil) and Montana, . Criterion, tho speedy Easy John Gelding, who was disqualified for two years which has not yet expired, is being backed. about Gundagai. Steersman lias been nominated for steeplechases at Mentonc and Sandown Park. Rackstraw is asked: to give Steers man 71bs in tho Grand National Hur dlo Race. The sale of the...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

;H6me and! Foreign. ?' London, Monday. Messrs. behroiner s and Solomon's proposal regarding tho rebels is eiv tirely spontaneous, and was not initia ted, in London. : TheBoxers' movements were rapidly spreading towards Pekin on Thursday, via Tienstin. The Boxers on Wednesday, burnt the Catholic Cathedral and a large building belonging to a London missionary. TheAmerican Board of missions' premises, all .the dwellings of foreign : employees of the Customs and of other ? Europeans are. uninjured. ; Hundreds... of natives (Christians ; and liative servants to the foreigners) | have been massacred; within 2 miles ? of tho Palace of the vYicoroys of Nan \ king and Juchang. '? Stringent measures are being ' adopted to maintain order. I The Herraione is going to Nankin ; and the Linnet to Hankow. i The Powers are having troops sent ?to Tientsin, and have intim-ited that thero will be ultimately *)0,000 foreign troopsi in China; ' Five thousand rebels aro assemble:! -on- tho West River, 'ne...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG v. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

Adelong v, Tumut. The Tumut seniors met the Adelong team on the Adelong Park on Wednes day last, when a fast and furious, withal rough game was indulged in, the slushy state of the ground adding unpleasantness to the play. ' Adelong won tile toss; and Tuinut kicked off. The ball was returned, and after a bit of hard play a scrimmage took place1 near-the Tumut goal line. The ball was heeled out to Miller, who passed to Brown, he to Powell and Powell back to Miller, who fell over the line with Tumut's full back tackling him, but managed to touch. Carlton failed to convert it into a goal. Some give and take play followed. From a throw in, Cochrane seized the leather, passed it on to Brown, who was compelled to relinquish it, but after a succession of passes it again came into his hands, and he succeeded, after a brilliant dash,, in adding to the Adelong score. A goal resulted — score, Adelong 8, Tumut nil. Tumnt from this out played with better combination, the back division being cons...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Monday's Telegrams. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

The War. Monday's Telegrams. London, Sunday. General Botha w.is completely out flanked on tho 12tli inst.', at the soizuro of Diamond Hill, over difficult ground and under a heavy lire. lho Boers wore surrounded and retreated. ? Tho British casualties were under 100. Lioutonant-Genoral Ian Hamilton had his shoulder' ''contused from a schrapnol bullet.' . One hundred and forty Boors, wero killed at Laing's Nek. ,%v .'? Mr. Krugor eats and slepps in a railway car. . Tho engine iires' are always alight, and the' train carries, a military chest and a printing press. - 'Major-General Baden-PowelV; has beon raised to a local Lieutenant General. '.?-.? General Botha's rear-guard was ..thoroughly surprised and routed by Lieutenant-General Ian Hamilton's inountods, notably the West Austra lians. '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelong Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

Adelong ' Progress Com mittee.1 A Mui:mc- of the Adelong Progress Committee was ' held at the- Royal Hotel on Friday night last. There wero present: Messrs. T. 'W. Witts (voted to tho chair),' A. Civ Pearce, C. W. Beegling, Chas. Passlow, J. Elphick, J. Quinnel, Whiting and tho secretary (Mr. W. Roche.) ' APOLOGY. An npol&gy was given for the un avoidable absenco of tho chairman (Mr. Molinoaux). MINUTES. The minutes of tho previous meet ing wore read and confirmed. .'COllRESl'OND&NOK. Letters were received'! ffona Mr.'- H.I. Donaldson, M.P., stating that tho Lands Department had granted £80 for the.'pai'lvS.at.Adelong, Tumut, 'and Batlow, the grant to be 'equally divided ; from the Under-Secretary for Public Works, sent, through Mr. Donaldson,' acknowledging the receipt of t a,n application from the commiltco for the making of 'a suitable crossing over Adelong Creek near, Burgoyne's, and the construction of a culvert at the intersection of Tumut-street with Wyndham-s...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE BISHOP LANIGAN. THE FUNERAL OBSEQUIES. AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

THE LATE BISHOP LANIGAN.;. ; ? : THE FUNERAL OBSEQUIES.' AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. GouLiiunx, Friday. The funeral obsequies of the late Bishop Lanigan were conducted to-day in St. Peter and Paul's Cathedral. Amongst those present were Cardinal Moran, Archbishop Carr, Dr. O'Huran, and the Very Rev. Vincent Grogan, Superior of the Passionists. Nearly all the- diocesan clergy had assembled, and the congregation was most numer ous, including a number of visiting laymen. The remains were removed from the Bishop's house hist evening, and placed in a sarcophagus in front of the the altar in the cathedral, where the body lay in state till this morning. The coffin was carried by foitr of the clergy and was accompanied by a procession. Vespers for the dead were sung by tho clergy. Bishop Gallagher presided and referred to the life of the departed prelate. The cathedral was heavily draped, the hangings being relieved with white crosses and ribbons. The coffin was of cedar, with heavy silver moun...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

TELEGRAMS. Colonial. - . Vv' Sydney, Tuesday. The Governor visited Ulmarra yes-, terday, and met with a good reception.: ? It; is likely that another ameiichiieht ? to the A'ddress-in-Reply will be moved, dealing with a Minister appearing, professionally in certain law cases. A branch of the Australian Natives Association was yesterday formed- in .. this colony. The Melbourne Cricket ; Club has decided to offer an AustraliaiLjbowling championship trophy of .-6857' '*'Z^ \ * .'In tho billiard match, 10,000Mip,i between Weiss (the Australian ;.cham-i pion) and S. Smith ([the Yictoriiiii, champion) the latter, with a 'start of't 2000, won by 114. ? * ;\ Dr. Belistirio is dead, aged 80. Thej deceased gentlenTan had been in prac-i tice in Sydney for 59 years. i One -case of plague was reported! yesterday from Nqwtown. ?-? ? j About 1C00 men. are liow employed! in scavenging work.: . ' i j ! Further rain for the central districts! is predicted. ' ;. '*;? { ? Messrs. Ay- K.1 Warden, Al Tho...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLOWERING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

BL0WERING. (Fisom Oun Own- Conui:si'oxni;KT.) With the object of raising funds for the Tennis Club, a very enjoyable and, considering tho boisterous night, a fi nancially successful ball was held at tho school residence on rnday mght last. The room was beautifully and artistically decorated with ferns and evergreens which gave it a gay and animated appearance. Those who worked ? at decorating the room wero the Missses Oddy, Halloran (S) and M. Sullivan. Too much praise can not bo given to Mr. Clarke, the local school teacher, for the kindness ho displayed in giving the room for tho dance, and also for the trouble ho took in endeavouring to make it the suc cess it 'really was. A word of eulogy is certainly due to the Misses K. Hallo ran, M. Bridle, and M. Sullivan, who acted as joint secretaries to tho affair, and upon whom much work devolved ; also 'to tho ladies of Blowering who did the entering The. music was provided by Mr. W. Stan field, and several extras were played by Messrs....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tuesday's Telegrams. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

Tuesday's Telegrams London, Monday. A small engagement took place near tho Zaud River station. Six hundred Boers attacked 260 of the -Royal Lancashires, who were repairing a bridge. A serious fight ensued, until the Yeomanry arrived in the afternoon. The Boors then decamped, arid left Seven of their dead on the field. Nine burghers were captured. Seymour's position is precarious. Water is scarce for the commissariat. An army order issued announces that a special gratuity of £5 is to be given to all Australian and Canadian oflicers and mon on their discharge. General Bullet* has relieved many Natal volunteers from service, and has eulogised the assistance, .they have' given. . .Undaunted by losing Kruger's head quarters, Alkmah Steyn has issued his eleventh proclamation, which states that' the Free State is still fighting, and is unconquered. . .. . .'.-. TheErmilo branch of the National Bank is refusing Kruger's paper for £6000.. y: Landrosts had abstracted .the gold, giving his pap...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. ,' '\VM. HOCHE, in notifying to tho Public of W Adelong that he- is *-till canning on business in the butchoring line, fiuthei inti mates that he. purchases nothing but the very bost beasts available, and tlicrofore ''?iiplios to his customers an«J Hie public only TflE l'MIMEST OF ME YV Daily Orders Taken. Harris Eloff and Piet Kruger (son of tho President) havo disarmed and submitted to tho British, I THE -. ADELONG. '. JUST LOOK HEEBU C! WE ARE NOT ONLY General Storekeepers^ BUT Jewellers Also. Here are a few of our LATEST LONDON DESIGNS, just received direct ;':; from the manufacturers : — ?????. Solid Gold Secret Motto , 30/. Solid Gold, Diamond, Heart, and Arrow, 22/. Solid Gold, Diamond. 18/6. Solid Gold, Pearls, and Diamond, 18/6. Solid Gold, Diamonds, and Rubies, 22/. Solid Gold, Diamonds, and Pearls, 28/6. Solid Gold, Double Bar, .; Diamond, & Rubies, 22/. ^gJ*Sp?l''V ^ ? ^ We aiiu AoE\rs ion tiIB ftv^^**Mi^..^Tp^-^--l~ ? '''^ -^* They are...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Adelong Children's Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

The Adelong Children's Fair We understand that a number of the Adelong Public School, children are al ready busily engaged upon needle and fanevwork, under the able direction of Mrs. J. J. Vivian, and theirranks will be added to a« soon as possible, pso that in a little while it may be our pleasure; to announce the date of -the fair.iimi piuliculiiis in legaid thereto. Manv ladies — paients and 'others — in the distuct aio heaitily,1cq-operating,,to1 make the undcit.iking' 'the success ' it should be. There can be no divided opinion ab to the excellence of the Fail, both ns an educating medium for the young and the worthy cause assis ted m the money realised by the ex hibition — namely the' Gundagai Hos pital — ,and we feel .sure the public will goneiou&ly accord their' pation age

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

Political Pars. Parliament has been sitting a week, and. nothing has been accomplished but the starting of a wordy warfare over the censure motion tabled by G. II. Eeid, cvPreiuier, and now Opposi tion leader. , The debate is expected to close to night, and, a largo majoii'y is antici pated for the Lyne Government when the House divides. Sir William Lyne, the Premier, made what is, considered the best speech of his life, in answering the attack of Mr. Eeid. The Premier spoke for three hours. Mr. Eeid had -previously orated for four and a quarter hours. The Public Works Committee have placed on the table of the House their report on the proposal to construct a line of railway from Gundagai to Tumut. It is 'therein recommended that the railway be gone on with. This will, of course, have to be sanctioned by the House before the money re quired is placed upon the Estimates. The member for our district (Mr. E. Donaldson) will require to bring his diplomatic talent to, work in ' lobby ing...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

FOOTBALL. (From our own Correspondent,)   A meeting of the members of the   Gilmore Football Club was held at Mrs. Downing's Killarney Hotel on Saturday night last, when a fair num- ber of members attended. The Vice President of the Club (Mr. J. W. Moon) occupied the chair, and briefly explained that the object of the meet- ing was to elect two delegates to at- tend a meeting to take place in Tumut, on Wednesday next, for the purpose of making arrangements for the competition of the "Cup" pre- sented by Mr. W. D. P. O'Brien. It was decided at a previous meeting that the Club should compete for the cup. On the motion of Messrs. G. Simmers and Jno. Sullivan it was resolved that :- Messrs. J. W. Moon and Fred. O'Brien be the delegates to the meet- ing in question. It was also decided to change the colours of the Club from navy blue to red white and blue.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

TUMBARUMBA. The town has been deprived of another of one old residents (Mrs. Douglas) who has been called away from the cares and troubles of this world. The deceased lady had been invalided for two months, though for years pre- viously she had suffered from failing health. The funeral took place last Monday, the remains being interred in the Roman Catholic cemetery. There is to be a monster fete on America's Independence D.iy (July -1), not to celebrate that event though, but to rejoice at the success of the ; British arms in South- Africa. Our folk are going to be lafc in the day, but probably they anticipate the decla ration of peace on Afric's soil and the annexation of the Republics by the ?British. A strong committee has been appointed, and a glorious outing is ex pressed. The celebration will take the form of a picnic.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 19 June 1900

TUMUT. (.From pur own Correspondent.) Since my last, little has transpired to mar tho even tenor of our way. A largo number oL our townspeople on Wednesday lust went to Adelong (our sister town) to join in celebrating tho lolief of Mafeking. They were right royally received there, and now speak of-the event as one long to ha remem bered. Those gatherings, as a rule, do a vast amount of good, comonting the bond of union which should' over exist between sister towns, and break down that barrier of jealousy so apt to arise. But federation is in tho air, and wo look forward to foundations of brother hood' being- more firmly laid. -Wik1 has strengthened the ties which bind , the colonies' to Iho'inolherln'nd, malting ' tlio British-speaking ~peop]o~a™iiiiHe'(i wholo;, unity moans strength, and_ whore'it 'oxists^it -is a powor--if oxer-' ,- cised'righfcly— of l/rin'ging about incal culable good. A pleasing ceremony eventuated here on the 12th instant, when Mr. Josoph Learmont, storekeeper...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 22 June 1900

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Mn. W. E. Clarke, P.M., presided' over a sitting : of : the Small Debts Court, held at Adeloug : on ,- Tuesday last, when: the. ; following, cases were dealt with — D Boston v Wm Booby ; claim foi £2 12s 9d, woik and, labour done. Judgment foi plamtift, with costs 9s. John Caibine ?s C Beale ; claim foi 5s 6d, goods sold and delivered. No service ; fresh summons to issue foi next Couit day ? ? ' John Besnaid s G T. Budd ; claim foi £3, half commission on, sale of cattle Mi Emanuel for plaintiff ; Mi Floiauce foi defendant / Judg . ment foi plaintiff foi amount claimed, ?\utli costs ' ? '' ' Theo Witts v -Wai tei Kidley;-claini foi £1 foi money lent No servico ; fiesh summons to issue E\les and Paik v E D -Marshall; claim foi £11 2s, foi goods sold' and delneied Oidei made foi payment of the amount by instalments of £1 pei month

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 22 June 1900

From the Front. Extract of letter received by Mr. W. Mocham, Turnut .Plains, from his son, Trooper J. W. Mocham, of the 1st Australian Horse, dated Glen Siding, 80th March :— ' A few more lines, now that we have a little time to ourselves. We four are all well, but I am sorry to say wo can't say the same for our horses. Ten days ago they were overhauled, and only 80 were fit for duty ; mine was the only one of our four — Geoff's dead, the others bad backs— so eight days ago I was told oft' to accompany a flying squadron going to Taba'nclm with supplies and ammunition for General Gatacre. We had rather a rough time of it on the whole, travel ling all day and doing picket and cos sack post duty all night on quarter rations. I was out with the scouting and flanking parties all the time ; but, as all the farm-houses had the white flag up, we could not touch anything in the tucker line. However, when about two miles away from the column on the flank I ran across a Boer's farm 'where shea...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 22 June 1900

Oddfellows' Ball. . The Tumut Branch of the,\M.U.,.. I.O.O.F.. hold their nnnunl bull in their own hull 'on Fridny iiext. Od'dfellowii nil over the world, lire noted for their socinl attributes, and 'Ufa Tuniul biolheihooil uvo not lucking .those nunlitics Mhich _o 16 make u socinl gnlhciiilJ nn unqu ihlied sue lcss The bill nio nibesto uttiuct u lnifco nn-t fnsliionublc uttLiidiince nnd Uiovp is » ccrtninty Unit nil ' who frivoiii it with then iMtionn(,e will leccno nn onjoj ublc mght s (Inciuion nnd lccievtion Ml P Ivetchnni ofl'ileCitj Cnl rius — Duui]o' jnj biothci h Into sic! iiofs fiom Hcmlic lheumutiMu Cliuinl cilnin h livm Balm wan tho only remedy Ihnt yivvo him \\n\ leliof Mini} otl c ?- h \t tci-niol to the jnoinnt lehef fuin piin wlntli tliis lim meut iiITokIh Ioi silo bj Mcbsis Oi tnston nnd Ormiatou, Timnit, and Mr. Mod 11. Wict Adclong,

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