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THE AFTERMATH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

'l'HE AFTERMATH. t; (To the Editor.) dib,—The most memorable epoon m the history of Tumut has passed, leaving in the minds of those who came to see and be seen a feeling of pleasure .tinged somewhat with disgust. All along it was evident that progress with the plans and arrangements for such a unique occasion was not being made at a rate that would ensure everything being up to the handle when the time arrived for the celebrations. Not that: there Were insufficient meetings of the general committee, or that there were not enough, sub-committees for the special parts of the,.programme ; bub the fact is that too much talk and wrangling was.iindulg^d yi at the general committee meetings and nbt 'Enough close application of energy put into the work-of the subcommittees. A reception committee (which by the way was not by any means representative of the people or the interests of the district) was appointed, but apparently they did not meet as such until the very last moment, if they met ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Garden. REPORT FOR OCTOBER, 1903. THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

Farm and' Garden. Report for October, 1908. 1HE FARM. In consequence of the drooping season, the wheat alid hay crops • on the river flats are growing too rank,- and, if not attended to, will lay down and rot. Cutting, with the- back\x=req-\ delivery mowing machine, fairly high, •will check the growth and make ' the stem stronger and' more likely to stand up. The flag which is cut off will wither. away in a few da_7s. Another method for checking tiiie growth is by a severe harrowing, by turning back; the opposite way, a considerable amount of flag will be torn away. ' ... ■ Maize.—The time having arrived ji for planting maize, one of the main :j points for success is to procure good: seed. The Pride of the North came first in trial for gram at the Hawlies\x=req-\ bury Experimental Farm last season, and, being a dark yellow colour, should be worthy of a trial in this dis-. trict. The two varieties that came second and third in the sa,me trial were the Hickory King and the Iowa Siver ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Federal Capital. BOMBALA SELECTED BY THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

The Federal Capital. BOMB ALA SELECTED BY THE ■. SENA.TE... ' Intense interest was taken in the proceedings of the Senate on Thursday. night by the outside public when the debate on the Seat of Government Bill was resumed. All the galleries were crowded. Ladies blocked the passages, and stood for a couple of hours without a murmur, rather than lose a word of the soothing rhetoric of Senator M'Gregor, or a single volcanic interjection of Senator Fraser, or any one of the luminous paragraphs of Senator Neild. The Senate was expected to get to a determination on the sites at an early, hou?. The Government had the same scheme for an exhaustive ballot that was adopted in the House of Repre«; sentatives. But some Senators were opposed to it, and it was abandoned. The sites were then put in the ordinary way. Senator PulsforA moved to insert Lyndhurst before Tumut. If Lyndhurst were carried, Tumut would then, by consequence,' be struck out. There was no desire for a debate. After one of the...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

SELL THE BEST EAS-2 TERMS IF YOU WISH. We shall be glad to heat from i\x=req-\ you. ' , \ Ask ub- any- (' : thus you want , | to know • about ' L Musical Goods. We will reply at once. Violins Cornets Flutes Banjos ' \ Guitar* Nandollno Autoharpt* Accords o«as Ia W. H. Paling & Co, Ltd., SS8- George Sc., Sydney.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

Views of the Federal Capital'' Site1, .■and iho party .attending with Si* John Forrest during his recent visit. Beautiful scene of Twtoafc. Plains. from Hargreaves' Hil).. At D. McRAE'S Studio, R»^(jlil-.st»eet, Tumut.* no Sanger whatever. from. ■ feet jaw OT. • www poison resulting •: from, a •wound, when Chamberlain's Pain Balm ifc promptly applied. It is an antiseptio ft^l deatroja the\x=req-\ germs wbioli causes these diseases. It also' ouuses wounds to heal without maturation! and in one-third tb» time; required-:.by the) usual treat«iwt. Sold by & LONG. ADELONO. '

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

Schnapps I The One Thing Needful To make Life Worth Living.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

iillEWMMS. :t Colonial. Sydnby, MondayNighh Mr. E. W.rO'Siillivan^ Minister for Wot«8, has arranged . with Mr.;>rMc\x=req-\ dili|liey, a well-known pastoralist, foi* fpe construction of a canal from the ifurrumbidgee river at Narandera to Oadf?el oreek. ....... boxing contest for the feather\x=req-\ championship of Australia, betWn' Frank Silver and Mick Walsh) took1 place in Melbourne on Saturday night. The fight was awarded to Silver on a foul, whereupon Welsh's second struck the referee, Stokedbury. The : men fought desperately until the police rushed into the ring and separated the combatants. At the Federal elections no special booths Mil be prepared for women, who nill exercise their franchise in the same way^ as 'men. Electoral rights for 60 electorates were sent out on Saturday. In all 286,000 rights have been prepared. ; The Federal Government expect that any attempt to effect, an uelder-: standing between the two .Houses of Parliament on the Ca'pital question will be- f...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

D. McKae's photographs of the Railway Opening Demonstration. The best produced; most distinct and perfect in tone and finish. To be had at usual prices at the studio, Ruasell\x=req-\ gtceet. Beduction' in price for sets of views.*" 1 ■' A SPRING MEDICINE. Chamberlain's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets have no superior as a. spring medicine., Taken twice a day after meals, they renovate the system-and bring about a condition of the body |to' bo desired. They clear the complexion and are of great value to any person,, from infancy to old age. "Just What You Need." Prioe Is Cd, awl for sale by I'EAKOE A LONG, AdeloBfiv You oa^ rely u^pijigetting a perfeot combined with athproughly well-made oriole, at :GEo. JACKSON'B. Tailor, next

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

V'5 — '^BaRLEY^C ; ' ¥TTE are LARGE BUYERS of PRIME MALTING 'W BARLEY. . ' /■v.' TOOHEYS, LIMITED, Standard Brewery, Sydney. j$.J In the Supreme Court of M.S.W., Probate Jurisdiction. ■ ' 'sTN'the WILL of JOHN DODD, late of vtL J?Umut, in the State of Hew South '.Wales,1 Butcher, deceased. r Pursuant to the Wills Probate , and Administration Act 1898, NOTICE is hereby • given: that all Creditors and other. persons S having any claimsor being otherwise in\x=req-\ •terested in the estate of the above-named .'deceased- (who died at .Tumut,.aforesaid, on vthe 27th day of June, 1901), are hereby required. >to sond in full particulars of their .claims to the .undersigned, the 'Prootor for-, the Executors of the Will of the said deceased, before the 31st" day of October inBtant, after which date the said Executors "will proceed to distribute the as3ets of the -said, deceased amorist the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims of which he shall then have noticp, and the :: ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

>Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TCMUT-STEEET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON,, SURGEON DENTIST [REGISTERED], I TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to. 5 Batt. Aus. ■ Com. Horse. 1^. Macquarte •fiassall, TUMUT. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of oho o and well-matured PEIZE WINES. ! ASSORTED CASES MADE UP. K. DEAR. ■■ ";■ . • ' ■ ''J' - ;i Aerated Watei 'AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELON^ fjpHE UNDER S I GNE D ' prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH .MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, In L&rge or Small Quantities, ad will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And, may be seen at ROSS1 /COMMERCIAL" HOTEL. JAMES HUDSON, Tamut. ' Norwich and London Accident Insurance Asso* ciation. Established 1856- ; ' i .■ Rud-up- Camtal .. .. . . £100,000 /TJncalled iCapital .. .. .£100,000 •AcccmclatedFunds:Exceed ..,; £200,000 TToiAti Security fob .Policy ...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

CiENEKAL. The Albwy fr§§tp8de organisation bag received an intimation t^at |Hrt tr. H» Jieitl will not contest the Hume .Federal electorate, !, Mr. J. D. Walker, Crown 'Lands "Agent* baa been notified that \ the areas: of 810f acres, 481^ - acres and 1191 acres respectively, co. Wynyard, ph. Ellerslie, which were set apart for conditionalpurchase by notice in tbe Government "Gazette" of September 9, to become available on tbe 22nd inst. (Thursday), will be open to conditional lease as well as to conditional purchase on the date' specified. For the information of intending applicants we < intimate that a plan of tha flocks to, be thrown open can be mppppfpd $ tbe court-bouse, Tumut, Mr J. B. Jaquet, a geological surveyor in the Mines Department, bas been appointed to' aot as Chief Inspector of Mines during the 10 months' leave of absence which has been granted to the late Chief Inspector Mr. Slee; 1 i William Boyton^fte father of the' girl;who recently died from the effect...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1903. The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

"fpf?e fpumuf sAd\j0cate."' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1908, ■ The Federal Capital. ' A week ago it was unexpected' that the Senate would reject Tumut and substitute Bombala in the Seat of Government Bill; buc as the debate proceeded it became more evident that Tumut's chances of selection by the Upper, House, wepe vanishing. In the ordinary course of tarlia • mentary practice the Bill, if passed by the Senate amended, would be sent back to the Representatives for reconsideration. If they decline to alter the vote in favor of Bombala a deadlock is created and either a joint sitting will take place or the Bill will go by the board, and the question be hung up for the session. This was as many of the Victorians and not a few of the Tasmanians, South Australians and West Australians, had hoped for, since their aversion to the establishment of a Capital without the southern metropolis. But the Constitution . provides for the establishment of the Capital in New South; - Wales and at a1 localit...

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TUMBARUMBA. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

TUMBARUMBA. ' '' ' " i#l ' i ' ' (Fromour own Correspondent). • ] GENERAL. • Fresh tenders were opened on "Tuesday for two pieces of road, work (the .previous tenders all being above the Wstitaate). , The• lowest - tenders on this occasion' were:—l/'OS-'Oi, Tum\x=req-\ harumbato. Eiittle Billabong, Austin Daly j 8/'08-.'04r, Tumbarumba to Bago,fF, C. Allen. The now, renowned litigation between Friecke, and the Cherry Hill miners was again before the Warden's Court on Friday. The case was dismissed with £5 costs against Friecke. Notice of intention to appeal was given. ■ • The annual meeting of the F. and A. Society was held at the Tumbar\x=req-\ 'umba Hotel on Wednesday last. The President. (Mr. T. Mate) occupied the chair, and there was a goodly gathering of members present. The following officers were elected unopposed for the enduing 12 months.:—Patron, Sir Wm. Lyne/ EiC.MwG.; President, Mr. Thos.-Miite, .(.i'-j-Yice-President, 'Messrs; 'J,:M.' Gunninghamj; J,P.j ctud, G. B. McLa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

• Good Fon Atjilhtes.—lied. Bird Cyole Depot, Bendigo, Vic., Aug.12,1901. I huve pleasure in si'ting what benefit ! derived from using Chamberlain's ifjun Balm. I llfwe Ubed ldt; freely intrniningfov .viirioun bicycle events: and have ever;y coiifidciico iu regouipieodiug it to nil athletes nw.perform-' ihg all that is claim&l for it^H.iC. Fokbek. For '• sale by 1'liAltCB & LONG, ADE\x=req-\ LONG.. The Exckucim'ino Pain from corns, bunions,'or chilblains may be itvoided ' by a ree application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale 'by PEAROE & LONG, ADE\x=req-\ LONG. . ' Don't make a mistake I GEORGE JACKSON'S Tailoring" Establishment is between JJr. Lees', Surgery and C. Paaslow's... For Bronchial Coughs take- ' Wpc^sfGi'eat Peppwnii'nt'Pftj:©.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. NOTES BY LE GRAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

SPOKtlNG. THE TURF\x=req-\ NOTES BY LE GRAND. In giving The Idler to the public for the Caulfied Cup, I did so -with a full knowledge that whoever followed him would got' a sterling go for their money. I ' got the information straight from the;fountain-head, and their last words to me were whatever beats him will win,, and how far they were out one now knows. I " done " my bit, and although rl stood to win a fair lump I don't. intend to squeal, as !I am satisfied'that my money ,was . on a trier and he met one a shade better on the day. I was the only . writer in the Commonwealth, so far as I can glean, who .mentioned him, and in writing him up as a winner two weeks previous1 to the race, and only, getting beat in the last few strides,' should prove to the readers of. this journal that I have some knowledge of the game. . In connection with the Melbourne Cup, I san, all going iwell, give my readers something pretty good' for this event, and I hope, this time, instead of my selection ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

ADELONG The usual monthly gold'escort left on Friday with 811oz of gold. ~ The deputation appointed by the public, meeting held on ; the 7th inst. to wait oh''the Minister fot 'Public Works and urge the construction of: a tramlino from Mtl, Horeb to Ade\x=req-\ long,. mat Mr.' O'Sullivan ■ on the stewards' sland at the Tumut racecourse on Tuesday afternoon. The deputation consisted of Messrs. J. Dowling Brown, E. J. Thompson, T. 'P. Arragon, C. J. Coughlan, G..Pur\x=req-\ cell, C. Passilow, ,S. J. Treweek, J.; Roche, Budd, King,' Curtis, G. Baker and others. The deputationists pointed out that there was a deal of traffic .between Adelong: and district\x=req-\ and;-'.Gundagai, and a tr'aiplin^ iuom. Mt. Horeb ' to Adelong* ': would materially, assist the development of: the industries of the district. Mr. Purcell went one better than the deputation wag authorized to, ask for, and said the line should be constructed from Mt. Horeb to Adelong' thence connecting with the railwayat Deep ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

Farm and Station. Settlement' lease area proclaimed.— Tumbarumba North Land'District. The undermentioned .block will become ■ available for selection at the Grown Lands Office at Tumbarumba oil October 29. The L^nd Board will sit at Tumbarumba on November 11 to deal with all applications lodged ;for the land. '.Also, portions. 54, 86, ifcind Jll, ph. Mate, a^;,portions 95, 96, 97 and 98, ph. I^ljzon, co. \Vyn\x=req-\ yard, about 4206. .a)Cf^s. Capital value, £8505 (16s 8d per acre) ; annual rent, £48 16s 4d. Improve\x=req-\ •.ments : Fencing, £212 4s :6d; ringing, scrubbing, etc., £62 7s 6d; grubbing, £17 10s ; ,total, £292 2s. Situated 18 miles from Tarcutta, and 48 miles from Wagga. Some of the crops on Tumut Plains suffered from, the stormy weather experienced early last week, and in places they are ^considerably beaten down. • • In face of the Stock Inspector's report to the, Pastures Board, that the statement made by one newspaper, (the Advocate), that rabbits Wfere alarmingly^...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Gundagai Mystery. MR. G. R. McKENZIE MISSING. THE BODY FOUND IN THE MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

The GundagaiMystery. Mb. G. R. MoKENZIE MISSING. THE BODY~FOUND IN THE • : , MUBRUMBIDGEE. 'The town of. Gundagai has been up- j [set during • the, past few days at the' mysterious disappearance -of Mi?.. G. R. McKenzie, manager of the Gun\x=req-\ dagaibranch pOh^G^nimercial JBftnk. Mr. W. E. Kyle, wMo 'returned from the : Tumjit .mlw&ji'1* opening; at 9; o'clock,, on -Monday 'nfght; met Mr. McKenzie in the street, and they had a,chat about the big demonstration at Tumut that day, Mr. Kyle telling all about it. Mr. McKenzie seemed in' his usual state of miudy; and: said, he ' intended writing 'several letters, that . day, but1 had " mooched " about instead of doing so. 'They wentlinto Mr. Keihbne's hotol and had a drink, and soon afterwards they were joined, by Dr. . .Gabriel ancL Messrs. G. Vaughan a,nd C.: P'Sullivah.'' J - ' Abou. 11.15 o'clock, {Mr. McKenzie, accompanied by Dr. Gjabriel and' Mr. Kyle, walked to the Giindagai railway station fpr . the purpose ' of meeting...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

COMMERCIAL.' TUMUT STOCK SALES .. . Mr. C. S. Byrne re ports: having sold by auction at the Commercial Sale Yards, Tumufc, on Saturday; last, on account of Mr. A. Pether, the ■ well\x=req-\ known. thoroughbred stallion E.D., M:'. J. T. Calloway, of Gilmore, being the purchaser,, at. 16 guineas. Also .O.na draught . .horsey aged, at' £12"10s' - and two-saddle horses at £5 and £4. Messrs. Wilkinson and Walkier report having held a very satisfactory sale. at 'the Commercial Yards on Saturday last. About 120 head: were yarded, and they d'sposed of the ■ whole lot,, the following p.-ices being obtained ;^0o$s, ;with calves at foot, f5 4s to £5 12s ; "fat cows £6 19s; store bullocks, Syrs, £5 2a ,6rj; Jersey heifers, 2yrs, £8 2s ; yearling, heifers, £2 4s; poddy steers, £2 5s to £8. Messrs. S. F. Wilkinson & Co. report having yarded 100 head of mixed cattle at the, Commercial Sale . Yards on Saturday lust, and sold 88 head. Prices were equal to the previous Saturday, and demand wa...

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Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 20 October 1903

Home and Foreign -London, Monday. . Japanese workmen 'have been discharged from the Port Arthur docks. There is also an exodus of Japanese from other parts of Manchuria. ■ j The Sultan has assured.the German Ambassador at Constantinople thafc the rebellion in the Balkans is almost suppressed, except in one district. The insurgents lost heavily in recent encounters. • - .

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