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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

P & B is the Trade Marie" ot the genuine and only portable Roofing which known to endure hi tills climate. It is mucU Cheaper and Coolor than Iron. A Postal Card Request brings you the opinions of Public Man iu whom averyoM has Confidence. E. RICH * CO., LTD.; SYDNEY. Full Psrllcultrs from the SOLE AGENTS, E. RICH & CO., LTD. SYDNEY. THIS PREPARATION : is ■ proof against vDeday oi' • Tli-y-rof,. l'linms; / ami all Wood-destroying Insccta; ns \Vliite Ailt'. ! It.may bo r.sed under-ground-* ; oruuder wnler .'.vi'.iH'equ.il success. AVENARIUS PATENT IS CHEAPER THAN TAR. and is » most excellent preparation for preserving Kami Implements, such as Wagons, Oarts, Ploughs and CARBOLINEUM , or dry COUGHS! COLDS Newton's '°"GH acup!onghitis ^PECTORAL BALSAMS Cures Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis and Asthma. .Cures the Throat, the Chest, and the "Whole System. One Dose Relieves; One Bottle Cures. Price, 1/6 & 2/6 ssrriiy it." i— PREPARED ONLY BY A. J. NEWTON, (late...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

Medical DR. G. LEES, (Late House Surgeon at the Coast and Children's Hospitals, Sydney), • ADDRESS: TUMUT-STREET. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [REGISTERED], TUMBARUMBA. Late Meohanioal Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aug. Com. Horse. J.J. KEEN AW Land, Mining, Finance & General Commission Agent, Income Tax Returns prepared. 127 KING-STREET, SYDNEY. £. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, , WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stock a largo assortment of oho c and well-matured PBIZE WINES. A8SORTED CASES MADE UP% R. DEAR. Aerated Watei ASD Cordial Manufacture! TUMUT & ADELONN fjlHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &C.. &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, And will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONQ on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS1 COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES HUDSON, Tnmut. THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. Q T...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

GENERAL. The Tujout Advocate is available for delivery by all country mails leaving Tumut.on the day of publication. Eighty-seven persons are suffering from typhoid at Coonamble. The Federal Capital Commissioners started to take evidence at Bombala on Thursday. Mr. Edmund Fosbery, C.M.G., has completed his 50th year of police service. Sir Wm. Lyne hopes to head a party of picnickers to the north of Queensland and probably to New Guinea next month. Mr. W. T. Griffin, formerly of Gundagai, . at present occupies a .responsible position in the . Lands Department, Transvaal. :• Mr. John Weeden, who was Mr. James Blakeney's predecessor in the Tumut Mayorrfl chair,; has .been . unanimously elected cto ,;again -fill the proud position. In the course of a speech delivered j at Clontarf on Wednesday, Sir John See referred to his political opponents who had accused the Government of extravagance, as bounders and scandalmongers. ! Mrs. A. McGruer took her.departure for Sydney last week, after s...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate.' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1903. Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

" fpfye fpumuf ©Advocate.' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1903. Old Age Pensions. When the Old Age Pensions Bill was before Parliament, and even up to the time of its being put into practice, the fraraers of its clauses used the very-cogent argument in its favour t.hnt ■ it aimed at saving the aged and !i>'< dy from the benevolent asylums i iuid the probable separation of husband and wife in their declining years—the very .period of their lives when they.need all'the* conifort and consolation that the married state can I give to devoted couples .who have seen the world through side'by side, bearing its trials ami adversity and shtiring in.its joys. But with the accomplishment of this ideal by the operation of the Act comes the abuses to which it is subjected. It was never contemplated that the strong, and the able, and fairly well-to-do should be made a charge on the State for mainten\x=req-\ ance—for such is the position some persons are placing themselves in by receiving the ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

THE DEEPDENE . ■ MYSTERY\x=req-\ chapter IIJ.—continued. y\ .c"' THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. "You.shall hoar the whole adventure," said.Hugh, and he proceeded co vrelato ovorything" that had happened -> from the time of the cry for help un-.ii ho had parted from her at the gates of the Grange. " So-you see, dear, I could not very • vm'll havo done otherwise thanl did," .he concluded. " It was my duty to , go to the assistance of a woman in •Tu:i:ess." " Of course it .was," said Muriel. , " But I wish you could have found out who she was. I don't like mysterious people." " It is hardly worth while thinking any more about-her," said Hugh. '"1 am never likely, either to see or hoar of her again." They had been riding along the ■ lane at a jvalking pace, with the reins imaging loosely over the horse's necks. ' Presently the animals finding that i they were left entirely to their own .devices?, stopped as' if by agreement, and their riders made -.no'-effort to - urge them on again. "How ...

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 — 17 February 1903

INDIGESTION CONQUERED AGAIN BT VITA DAT 10. Mb. ,S. A. PALMER— "184 Pitt-street, Sydney. Dear Sir,—I lm ve been a great sufferer from indigestion for five or: six ' years, with headaches, giddiness, heavy and oppressed feelings, added to these about eight months ago severe pains seized one.oE my legs: from the knee, down wards, jjecame ijij, soiiree of veal agony to me, worry"and trouble during the day. After much pahf and anxiety ! called at your .-Adelaide.- oftice^about four months ago, and as:the result decided to try "Vitadatio, and I took three bottles.- It is uow three months since I finished the last bottle," and i am so pleased to say that thi' excruciating pain has eutirely left-rny leg. The head aches aiul oppressed feelings have disappeared l am able to enjoy food that I dared .not' touch beforehand feel very thankful for what Vitadatio has done for me. You may .mention my name to any enquirer who may be interested, 'and who may desire relief such as I have 'obtained. .8...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

THP', TUR.P • PrM'oo'. diet"! iu the early .part ' of last .•>v«uk.;. <Mmsborough gelding . was' '-ililmi'. aii: unlucky horse. . 1'he 'death fs announced of the well.-1 known sire Splendor. Keajnra has been sold by Mr. Mate to Mr. Harry Pierce, of Greg Greg, the price paid being £100. . . Though Wakeful was defeated at her last public appearance, she has won seven races since the current season opened. In addition to these she was three times third. . Report says,. thai, the; jockey W . Li. Smith of M.* liennesay to. go- to Franco and ride for that gentleman's stable. .He' is .-iaid to have been offered £1000 a -year. As the Gtmdagai show is held on March ;18 and 19, the Adelong Jockey .Olub have. chosen Satin day',: Alarch, 21, as the day for holding their: autunin ' meeting. Tbe program uiu inclucles five events involving £60 iu stakes. The principal event is the Autumn Handicap, of £15, nominations for which close on March 14. In our advertising columns will be fou...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

SPOKTLNG : ^ RACING FIXTURES. Murrumhurrah Turf Club—Fob. 25 -mir] 2(5. • * ."2"'., . 1 ; Guncliigfti Baeing Club.—Annualimeetingii . MiU'cii 3 and 4. "• -> 1 Jugiong Jockey Club.—Maroh 11. - Adelong Jockey Club. —Autumn meeting; March 21. ■ * Tumut Turf Club.—Annual . .Meeting, March 25 and 26. Albury Eacing Club—ApriPl and*2. Taroutta Bace Club—Annual .meeting April 13. ' . Murrurabidgee Bace Club—April 22 and Young Turf Club—April 29 and 30.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

I . - CRICKET. Tarcuita and Adelonpf meet oh the latter ground-on Saturday-next. The 'Cricket :mntch between Sbep :irdsf.o\vii and .'Ad'elpriji will 'lie dii linui'd on the"' Ailulong Recroatiof Grmuid lo-iirorrow.'' ' There are about,800 men >oufc of work at Albury, most of the unnamed men with families.\x=req-\ A series of .articles, in the ''Daily •Mail" anticipates amAustralian crisis, exceeding that-of the 1898, as the result of the -perpetual borrowing policy. The writer adds, as contributory causes to the crisis <he predicts, the hindering of imagination,; the maintaining-of a. fictitious wage rate, and the drought. "'The " Daily Telegraph " deprecates the" alarmist tales as to Australia's .credit, which have done duty before. Thaeconomic situation has really- improved, • the journal adds. - / ; , Mr.. P. Aylnier, the proprietor of the Aylmer-Lewis = Acetylene Gas Generator, is now ;,in town and is taring orders for installing acetylene gas plants in business: a...

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GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. N0inNATI0N8. The following 'nominations have 'bujju: recuivt'd for G.li.C. Handicap, Town Plate and First Hurdles, to be mm at the annual•n>et!tini* on March B and 4.:— . j G.R.G. Handicap.—1 mile. . E. G. Broben's bg Macleay, 6yrs. ■E. G-. Broben's b g The Snail, a.. F. J. Mitchell's b m Yum Yum, 6yrs. G. Anderson's b h Patch, Byrs. J. LaffinVDunmore, a. N. Tweedie's Easy.Molly, 6yrs. - J. Hannah's br g Curlew, 6vra. tTown P'ii.te.--—!7 furlongs. . -10. ,G. l>rubeuJa:,i\^;Lo ,y,' (jj rs. . -E. G. Broben's ^he Snail, a. •F. J. Mitchell's Yum Yum,-6yrs.• G. Anderson's'Patch, 6yrs. ~J. Laffin's Dunmore, a. N. Tweedie.'s BasyiMolly/Gyi's. J. Hannah's Curlew, '6yrs. J. Lloyd's-b g Mirage; 4yvs. j T. P. Arragon's Lorna, '6yrs..; ■ J. Laffin's b g Elb^o",- 5yrs.; : First Hurdles.—About 2 miles. J. Hannah's Cuylew, "6 yrs. E. Clifford's g.g Algy, a. J. Laffin's bu m Caclylbar,'a.: : P. V\ooiia' br in.r.Dlicb^ss,;6yrH. 13. L. Ohe\y's.b g fFraniic II, av\

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The Sale of Ewes at Home-bush. AN IMPORTANT MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

The Sale of Ewes at Home\x=req-\ bush. AN IMPORTANT MATTER. One of the most serious matters in connection with the sheep and. wool inuustry of this tiiate is the disposa. of large numbers of ewes through the ilomcbush fat stock markets. The last figured issued by the Stock Department show an enormous shortage in our iiucks during the past 12. months, aud the question of re-stock ing is one tnat must be carefully con\x=req-\ fcidered. The selling of ewes means the selling, or destroying, of the very foundation upon which the rebuilding of our numerous flocks must depend. One redeeuiiug feature .about the sales at Ho me bush is the fact of large numbers of buyers being in attendance from the country, on the lookout for ewes to takb back with them. 'In this manner, many are saved' from slaughter, and the country is so much the better off. From the appearance of many of the ewes sold lately, it would seem as though the breeders kept them as long as they possibly could, and did not sell ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Warden's Court. (Before Mr. J. D. Walker, J.P, Mining Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

Warden's Court. & (Before Mr. J. D. Walker, J.P, [ • Mining Warden.) J Edmund Laffiin was called upon to show car,::J why authority No 75, issued to him to mine for gold on portion 185, ph. Adjungbilly, co. of Buccleuch, should not be cancelled for; non-payment of rent. Laffati did not appear and the Warden ordered the authority to be cancelled. Workman Milford Hawken was called upon to show cause why' authorities Nos. 68 & 70, issued toihini to mine for gold on portion 135, ph. Adjungbilly, co. Buccleuch, should not be cancelled for non-payment of rent. Hawken did not appear, aud .the Warden ordered the authorities to be cancelled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

aFon - a vPac? • i nttlio cs'ulo; or1 client -there ■> is' •nothiug boitev.lthan'a piecc ofiilannel cliimii-" ,: oned i >yHJ v-vC&amberlam's'i-Pain;Bsvlni; {amli . .applied to tlio seat o£ pain. ^-iThis same treat-; viiient is'iv suro euro: for,! laino:'back.r -.;Oito:ap-; »plication • gives relief.: ;Try ilV';PJ3 AKCE ?<fr "LONG sell it. • ■' A. Colu at Tuts; Ssason • is: most annoying" and should not bo negl noted. ; Chamberlain's .OoughiKqmedy will rolieve tho;lungs, .make ■ expectoration5 ..easy, effects; a quick euro and" •.leave: tEb system' ina healthy ■ condition. 'It always .euros - quickly. PBABOE <S? LONG I BfiJl'it,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 February 1903

MINING In regard to the alluvial rush at the Black Gat9 • (says the Gundagai v Times Mr. McGregor has 'been busy during the week pegging out .the portions / applied for. -Collins and . party, who have, put down a shaft on the -boundary of portion ?140, parish Kimo, ihave, by - driving, come upon wash 2'fc. in extent, which,,from wash\x=req-\ ~ings■<up'to :the present, .Avill average 6dwts ;per load. Tho party oxpect -the uwueh.'to improve rasithey fui'ther • open ;up:'their, claim. The authorities were _dea t with-by-the Warden on .Thursday. . sW'e, are informed.thafc owing to tho • iow condition: of v the >• Goobarragandra .River there ,wai- never a better 'tune cfor projecting.

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. AN INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

. . —- — -™E;DEEPDENE ' MYSTERY- .iU\x=req-\ . + —. • GHAP.TER IVContinoe£>. Ats INTERVIEW. Colonel Fortescue choked > down' liis passion, and,*after a few moments' ; pause, continued the conversation in a calmer tone. " Since you have been good enough," he went on, with biting sarcasm, " to honour me by offering yourself as a suitor for the hand of my daughter, you will perhaps be kind enough to give me some idea of your position, your prospects, and—your family." " I shall be happy to give you all the information about myself I can," replied Hugh, " as you have, of course, a right to it. To begin with, my income is five hundred a year, and as my work has been favourably recived, I look forward to doubling that amount within the next five years." " It is not a great deal, sir," remarked the Colonel, but still, you are young, and have time to make your •way in the world. In any case, I do not necessarily stipulate that the prospeotive husband of my daughter should bo a rich ma...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

MRS, J AS- ROSS (of Grahamstown) HAS.OPENED Refreshment Rooms , . AH» A Fruit, Confectionery & Tobacco Business In premises next to LITERARYINSNITUTE, ADELONG. Light Refreshments at any hour. SATURDAY JJIGHT, HOT SUPPERS.— Curried Fowl, Ham and Eggs, Curried Tongues, Stewed Tripe and Onions, &c., dx\, with mushed Potatoes. Tea', Coffee, Cocoa. >. • Regular Supplies of tho CHOICEST SEASONABLE FRUITS, COOL DRINRsTcOOL DRINKS. TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES, CltiARB & SMOKERS' REQUISITES. Government Advertisements . • • ■ School Ingp&tOr's.Qffice, 'Yes's, February 17,1903. r I VENDERS are invited for the ERECTION 1 of a SCHOOL BUILDING and two Out-offices at OLD JEREMIAH CREEK, situated about ,27 -miles from Tumut, and, 30;miles from C6olac railway station. Plans and specifications may be seen, and tender forms obtained, at the ;* Superior Public School, Tumut, and the Public School, Gun\x=req-\ dagai. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to MARCH 9, ...

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Farm and Station [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

Farm and Station At a meeting of the Gundagai Municipal Council, it was decided to call a public meeting to urge the Government to acquire the Muttama Estate for closer settlement purposes. Last week's cold weather had a disastrous effect? upon the stock .■ be\x=req-\ tween.s Kiandra and Kosciusko. In every instance drovers in' charge of sheep report loss through snow, one camp losing 250 out of a 3000 mob in the yards in one. night. Fairly strong horses also perishod. The snow was 1ft deep in places. Two shepherds, out of work were discovered without tucker and lying in the snow, completely knocked up, and had fo be' carried to the sheep camp. The fogs were the densest known. On Thursday the Minister for Agriculture will receive ai deputation from leading stockowners, who desire to have an alteration made in the law, so as to' deal more effectively with the question of stock-stealing. It is stated that the evil-is increasing, aifid that it. is very hard to prove a charge. The deput...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

1/1/ n ■ ■ n n. n ^' i /* u. RUSSELLf STEELE ,7TUMUT, FOR 7;::7:fW , . DRAPERY, ~~ ~°'° GROCERIES, . T I IdLOTHIN^ v FANCY GOODS, * CROCKERY, &c., &c. Fancy Goods;/&c^>'at greatly Reduced Prices. —:o: -FOR CASH ONLY. " Our Stook must be cleared t(j make room for our Autumn, Goods. H. wSkER, . GENERAL PROVIDER, ? The Sydney Stores. BAKER, CONFECTIONER. FRUITERER. &c.

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Rabbit Board Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

Rabbit Board Notes* The Gundagai Babbit Board has engaged as an offibe a room at tbe west end of Mrs. Tracey's hotel. The rental is IDs per week, and. the' Board ..has taken a, six months'lease. s The inclusion of two .landholders at Gooup in the list of persons; to be proceeded against for non-destruction of rabbits provided & discussion *at last meeting, i: Tbe inspector's report, - which should have been dealt with at, the previous meeting of the Board, ■was tbat.he visited the properties of S. Gordon and J. Egan at Gocup on January 5, and was told that the work of destruction would be entered into in a few. day3, the work .being .delayed' owing to the non-arrival of poison machines ordered ;. he again inspected the properties on January 19, and found no work had been done. Director Byrne thought the case of both holders a hard one; both were how doing excellent work, and they had been unable to start earlier owing to difficulty in obtaining machines. Director White said ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Adelong Commons Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 February 1903

Aaelong Commons Trust The regular monthly meeting of the Trusteed of the Atielong Commons w&4 held at the secretary's office on Thrvstlay last, Messrs. R. J. lienson (cb airman pro. tem.), H. Mack, J. Lir.cheand R. Jackson being present. The minutes of last meeting were read 11 hd confirmed." The secretary reported that £18 8s had been collected during the past four weeks in fees from the permanent common, and £13'5s' from the temporary common. The refund oE £5 7s 6d, being portion >{ the fines imposed upon the trustees for neglecting to destroy rabbits ast ytar, had been paid into he credit of 'the tru.st at the local oranch of bank of New South Wales, .'tie balance to credit of current iccount was £48 16s. A " Gazette " notice was rea< I. lotifying the withdrawal from th» <vvtnorarv common of that part within the boundaries of portion lUHi, containing 2U aores. A letter from the Department of Justice to Mr. Donoldton stated that be trustees of the ...

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