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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES Messrs. S. F. Wilkinson and Co. report having yarded 7o head of store and fat cattle at the Commercial Sale Yards on Saturday last. The attendance of buyers was smaller tnan the previous Saturday, and bidding was hardly so brisk; but every pen was sold at auction and privately at satisfactory prices. The principal prices realised were as follows-Syr steers, from £5 18a Od to £6 2s 6d; forward condition cows, £5 14s; fat cows, £6 to £8 Is for heavy weights; cows and calves, to £6; Syr heifers, dairy bred, £4 18s ; store cows to £4 ,i8s. They nlso report having sold privately through the week, 800 head of store steers and bullocks and 800 fat and store sheep, all at satisfactory prices. Messrs. Wilkinson & Walker report having yarded 810 sheep and 100 head of fat and store cattle on Saturday last to a fair attendance of buyers. The market was not quite as brisk as on the previous Saturday, but they managed to sell nearly all the cattle, whilst the...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Home and Foreign London, Monday. A terrible railway collision oc-. cured in Indianopolo3, America. Fifteen persons, including several members of the University football team, were killed. Fifty others were injured, many being horribly mutilated. An infernal machine exploded in a church at Paris, but the damage was only slight.

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 — 3 November 1903

Coming by Special Trains. ! mfflJK!! WIETH BROS'. ENORMOUS UNITED SHOWS! CIRCUS! HIPPODROME! MUSEUM ! and MENAGERIE OF TRAINED WILD ANIMALS!! COMING IN ITS ENTIRETY. NO HALF MEASURES. \ Oae Hlght Only. Tumut, Thursday, Hovemfor 6, WORLD'S GREATEST NOVELTIES, among who are the marvellous and mysterious HOWARDE BROS., the World's Greatest .Mystifyers and Second-Sight Marvels. MONS. RAGOUL in New and Astounding Wild Animal Acts, introducing the only Bounding Tiger in the world, the Jungle Banquet, the great Tiger Chariot Act, and Wonderfully Trained .Lions, Leopards, Panthers, Pumas, Elephants, Camels, Bears, Baboons, Monkeys, Ape3, Dingoes, etc., etc. HERR PA.GEL, the Strongest Man Living, who lifts a Lion over his head, raises a big horse up two 5ladders, carrying horse and jockey, and supports a full-grown Elephant. An • entirely, new stud of marvellously trained Horses and Ponies. POPULAR PRICES\x=req-\ C.L.PETERSEN, Representative. ^BAKLEY^ WE are LARGE BUYEBS of PRIME MALTING BAR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Medical\x=req-\ Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMTJT-STKEET, ADELONG. I|. Macquai'ie {tessally jflU'QfBtt : TUMUT. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registekkd] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. "'Nothing Succeeds Like Success-" E. A. Fitzgerald, EYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGGA WAGGA. [Established 188d] jAII Wines : guaranteed absolutely pure; free from saccharine or other deleterious matters. No doctored Wines kept in stock. E. DEAE, Aerated Watei and Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELONH 'UNDER S I GNE D prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES', &c., &G-, In Large or Small Quantities, ■nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may bo Been at KOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. IRS. G. E. SCHINTLER rPT.TTTl federal Tea Rooms Fruit & Fancy Goods Shop .Li.- T3A ..1 e. JAMBS HUDSON,, Tumut. THE (Nex't to Eyles & Son's). CHOIC...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

SPORTING. THE TURF. Mr. J. M. Carberry, of Gobarralong,\x=req-\ drew Avalon in one of Tattersall'a sweeps on the Melbourne Cup, and has through Mr. A. Caimrel, of Gundagai, laid the owner £1000 to nil against a win. Avulon's owner has agreed to start the horse. Mr. Jaraes Clarke, Chairman of City Tattersall's Club, Sydney, who has been on a visit to the Tumut district within the past few days, speaks to a representative of the Gundagai "Times" of the appointments of the Tumut racecourse as apQiQngst the best he has ever seen. By way of an improvement to the traok itself, Mr. Clarke suggests the placing of a single rail round the ctffirse, which, he says, would effect all that is required to make the Tumut course one of the best to be found m Australia. This hint, coming from a man of Mr. Clarke's experience, in racing matters, will no doubt not be 183t sight of by the go-ahead sportsmen of Tumut in order to add to the present attractive appearance of the ground.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

"fpl?e Jpumuf ©Advocate." TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1903. (GENERAL. News has been received by wire that the missing steamer Ovalan caught fire ond foundered off Lord Howe Island, on October 20. All hands were saved. The final returns for the Glen Innes election give Mr. Thomas a majority of 241, the number of votes polled b> him being 865. Mr. Hay obtained 624. The total number of votes polled in the election was 1449, which is the largest in the history of the electorate. The changeable weather we have ex\x=req-\ I perienced for the last fortnight has acted detrimentally to shearing operations. Shearing started on Uom bow lee {Station (Dalgety's) on 80th inst. and shearers have only had, we hear, one day's work. Yesterday Mr. Thos. Keefe, of Wyangie, and Mr. P. ftiley, of Bed Hill, started, and, with the line weather obtaining for the last three or four days, they should, unless a sudden change occueu, make good heauway. Tis for one night only that vYirth Bros.' world-renowned circus...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

The ever-appreciated John ?Lem\x=req-\ mone' Concert) Company are paying ! us their annual visit, opening in Tumut on Saturday and Monday and at Adelong on Tuesday ana Wednesday following. Success invar\x=req-\ ably attends this company's concerts. They have established a reputation amongst' lovers of vocal and in\x=req-\ stumental music that will never be effaced while Mr. Lemmone continues to tour the country districts. His name at the head of the management is quite sufficient guarantee that the standard of musical ability is being maintained. This time he has with him additional soars whom the public will be as deligted to hear on this occasion as they have been to. listen to the older members of the company. Good houses and a good night's entertainment is assured. It Works Luck Magic.—The relief obtained -from, Chamberlain's Pain Balm when applied to a burn or scald is so nearly instantaneous that it seems almost magical in its effect. An injury of this kind heals without, matu...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

ADELONG. Mr. D. Collins, manager of the Grahamstown Gold Estates dredge, ias resigned his position. It has not transpired who shall be his successor. Judging by the appearanceat the sohool fete ou Friday, this district does not appear to be suffering from the alleged decline in the birth rate of the State. The Eev. J. K. Turner represented Adelong, Tumut and Gundagai circuit at the annual Synod of tne Kiverina district of the Methodist Church held at Wagga last week. Mr. Leslie McCook, schoolteacher at Rosewood, near Tumbarumba, and son of Mr. Robt. McCook, passed with flying colpurs in his examination for a 3A certificate. He is now entitled to promotion. ; Tbe weather on Saturday and Sun- | day was very muggy, and on Monday ; morning early a thunderstorm oc- j carred, 17pts of rain being registered i by 9 a.m., and since then some heavy I showers have fallen which will further retard shearing aud tend to lay the forward crops down. A tennis match was played on Saturday on the Nacl...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Farm and Station. Shearing is in full awing at Mr. | George Hayes' (Gadara) and the fleeces are cutting splendidly. A good clip is expected. ' Haymaking will probably coin! mence on some of the farms next week at Gadara. The land is carrying a heavy burden everywhere. The crops oil Gadara and the Gilmore are growing strong. In other parts, however, the growth has been so prolific that recent rains have beaten the crops down. It is without doubt the best season, so far, experienced in the district. Messrs. Isaacs Bros, have assumed full possession of the Mr. W. D. P. O'Brien's Eosebank Estate for their dairying enterprise. One milking yard is almost completed on the western bank of the creek; another is to be erected on the same side, and another on the eastern side, which, with the shed already in existence, will make four milking sheds in all. We want a few more go-ahead men of Messrs. Isaacs Bros, stamp in the district to give us lessons in the utilization of the land to the best ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Capital Site. DISCUSSED BY THE LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

The Capital Site DISCUSSED BY THE LABOR COUNCIL. Thk proposal to acquire an area of 1000 square miles in southern New South Wales for Federal territory was advocated by Mr. H. E. Kelly (Railway and Tramway Service Association) at a meeting of the Sydney Labor Council last night. He submitted a proposition affirming the principle, but the debate was adjourned, after three speakers had addressed the meeting, until next week. Mr. Kelly's argument centred very largely upon the statements advancea by the Federal labor leader; they were sound arguments, he asserted. The system of perpetual leasehold was one that should be put into practice with regard to the Federal territory ; if it proved satisfactory—he was confident that it would—it would be a glorious example of land nationalisa\x=req-\ tion. He proceeded to argue that the proposed sites of Tumut and Bombala were practically equi-distant from Sydney, and claimed that it was the duty of the workers to support the proposal. It would go...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late G. R. Mackenzie. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

The Late G- E- Mackenzie. The following information, furnished by the Gundagai " Times," helps to elucidate the mystery surrounding the death of the late Mr. G. R. Mackenzie, manager of the Commercial Bank at Gundagai :— Now, regarding the small box found by Mr. Loonies on the bank of the river, it bore a label "poison," and the label further indicated that it had come from the establishment of Mr. F. M. Clements, Newtown, Sydney, the manufacturer of " Clements Tonic." The police put themselves in communication with Mr. Clements, and asked him to make enquiries in Sydney in order to find out if possible to whom it was sold. Mr. Clement replied that a similar lot of preparation to that contained in the box in question had been made up by him for the Board of Health during the plague epidemic, and that a box. had been sent to each Council Clerk in the state, the several Councils being local authorities under the Board of Health. Mr. Clement further stated the principal ingredient of t...

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 — 3 November 1903

At the Railway Opening (Governor's Day); through the streets; at the Racecourse 5 qn the Stands ; and any other view of the Yice-Regal party and those surrounding them (local people particularly prominent), at D. McRAE'S Studio, Russell-street, Tumut, Enlargement of any negative, at bed-rook prices.* Slight Injuvies often disable a man aucl cause several days' loss of time and when blood poison develops, sometimes result in the loss of a hand or limb. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment. When applied to eats, bruises and burns it causes them to heal quickly and without maturation and prevents any danger of blood poison. For sale by PEAKCE <& LONG, ADE\x=req-\ LONG. Views of the "Federal Capital Site sand,the .party attending with Sir John Forrest during his recent visit. Beautiful scene of Tumut Plains from Hargreaves' Hill. At D. McRAE'S Studio, BuBBell-8treet, Tumut/1

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

MINING Another rich discovery was made in Kenny and party's mine, Long Flat, last week, when ore was struck estimated to yield lOOoz of gold per ton. Development work to prove the extent of the phoot is being anxiously watched. The gold runs in threads and streaks. The Grahamstown Gold Estates Co. have applied for a dredging lease on Hillas Greek, of 100 acres, and yesterday despatched to the lease their boring plant.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bankruptcy Case. (Before Mr. J. D. Walker, District Registrar in Bankruptcy.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Bankruptcy Case.. (Before Mr. J. D. Walker, District Registrar in Bankruptcy.) The examination of John Thomas Grain, a bankrupt, was made at the court house, Tumut, on Friday. The bankrupt deposed : I have incurred no debts in any other name. Have filed a statement of my affairs and sent a copy to the official assignee. Hare inserted the months and year when debts were contracted, as far as I can. Cannot give dates and months when debts were contracted of first three, entries in schedule. Have kept no books. My occupation is that of a miner. Have never been bankrupt or insolvent before. Never assigned for the benefit of my creditors. Have handed over all my books and papers to the Official Assignee. The cause of my bankruptcy is want of employment. Was out prospecting fov gold with unsatisfactory results. Only made £2 17s 6d in six months, and had to support my wife and nine children. Have followed, my occupation during the last Vwo years in Adelong. Have been ".mining about 30 year...

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 — 3 November 1903

JAMltJS TREACY, Market Gardener, Grahamptown. For Tomato Plants, every variety, late and early ; Cabbage Plants, St. John's Day, Sue- | cession, and.Burpees.* • Summer samples now in; all the latest . styles and patterns to chooae from. Suits ; from £3 itB, at George Jackson's, Tailor,! next to Dr. Juuo Surgery,. Adelopg.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Wedding. The Methodist Church Gundagai, was prettily decorated on Tuesday after- noon last, when the Rev. J. K. Turner performed the wedding cere- mony between two well and favorably known young people—Mr. Milton James Triglone, son of Mr. Thomas Triglone, of Goulburn, and Miss Amelia Jemima Passlow, the young- est daughter of Mr. John Passlow, of Gundagai, and neice of Mr. Chas. Passlow of Adelong. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful dress of white silk, trimmed with tucks, feather stitching and in- sertion, wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of white carnations and maiden hair ferns. Her bridesmaids were Miss Evelyn Passlow, a cousin, from Adelong, who wore a costume of blue voile, with picture hat, and she carried a basket of marguerites ; Miss Millie Elliott, a cousin, who was dressed in blue figured silk lustre, trimmed with guipure insertion, hat to match, and carried a bouquet of marguerites; Miss May Passlow, of Adelong, a neice of the bride, wh...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 November 1903

Mr. Gordon Lavers, Registrar of the Syduey College of Music, con-' ducts an examination of local candidates in Tunmt to-day. We hear that a large number of pupils will submit themselves for examination, including those tutored by Mrs. O'Mara, the Nuns at the local R.C. Convent and probably other teachers'.: Fruit trees and grape vines of al varieties to be Hd throughout the season from JAMES ^.TitiEAGY, The Nursery, Grahamstown. Agent in Adelong : W. H. Powell, jr. Orders received in the Tumut district at this office.* An American Editor, Mr. John E. Cook, publisher of the Banner-Stockman, of. Clarendon, Texas, U.S.A., in a letter regarding Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, says: "On one occasion I am sure it saved my life, curintr me of a very bad attack of cramp colic." This. re S edy meets with the same success in this country as in America and never fails to give relief. For sale by PEABCE & LONG, ADELONG\x=req-\ D. McRae's photographs of the Railway Ope...

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 — 10 November 1903

Views of the Federal Capital Site and the party attending with Sir John Forrest during his recent visit. Beautiful scene of Tumut Plains from Hargreaves' Hill. At D. McRAE'S Studio, Russell-street, Tumut.* W. HOWARD RHB8KL, SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG Several sums of money to lend on approved Becuriry. Portraits in Oils. : PERCY R "CAMPBELL, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE ARTIST, 42 Bennett-street, Bondi, Sydney, BEGS to inform the residents of Tumut surrounding districts that • his representative, Mb. J. ASKEW, is now in the dtstrict, and will be pleased to call upon those desirous of securing a REALLY GENUINE OIL PORTRAIT (copied from any photograph, however old or faded), finished and framed in first-class style, at prices hitherto unheard of for genuine work. Do not confuse these portraits with those shown you every day by photographers and canvassers; these are-guaranteed genuine oil paintings, arid will last a life-time. Samples will -be gladly shown you b communicating with J. AS...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHARTER XXVIII. THE TURN OF THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903

CHARTER XXVIII. THE ITOBH OF THE TIDE. ' I *When J Muriel recovered ■ conscious\x=req-\ ■ness, ■ after "her terrible experience in the.; Haunted Grange, the room was indarkness. She was still in the recess which the Hindu. priest had referred to as the shrine of their God, and her wounded arm was very painful. But the bleeding had stopped, and in order that it should not break out afresh, she bound up. the wound, to the best of her ability, with her handkerchief. Then she rose painfully to her feet, and listened. Not a sound broke the silence. The Hindus had either taken their departure, or else they were in the other wing, too far away to be heard. Muriel crept out of her hiding place, and passed through the room, along the dusty corridor, and down the ghostly staircase, until she reached the door by which she had entered. It was open, and a moment later she was outside. Dawn had not yet broken, but the stars were already growing pale in the east. The girl was undecided how to act....

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