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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
MINING At tbe Reefer battaoy AJofong fast week Reynolds audi party cleaned up a parcel of H tons 13ewt of stone, taken frosa, tbe claim at Jackalas (on1 portion 2,47, South Cundagai, Potter's' land). The stone averaged 2obs ldwt per ton—a very satisfactory yield. The Adelong Institute Show was d great success (writes a correspondent). The poultry were numerous, being weir got up and competition was very keen, principally in the Leghorn^ Wyandotte* Minorca and Orpington classes^ The champion cook, a , splendid'silver-laced Wyandotte shown J by Mr.,. 0. H. Passlow, was bred by ' Mr. W. M. Hawken. The same" 'breeder's stock also won the beat\x=req-\ district-bred hen—a real good Minorca\x=req-\ Mr. J. White secured first for a\x=req-\ silver.hen, also one of Mr. Hawken's\x=req-\ breeding. Mr. Lynch, of Yass, ., as\x=req-\ judge, expressed delight at his visit'' and the quality.;©fjthe eshibitef •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
Geoiioe Jackson's Chesterfields, quvfe to order ivre a special feature 'Q ib^ aew iinea for winter wear. Hft\v so, Avoiu TkobihjE.—Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle •of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "It is almost certain* to' be needed before the summer is over, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your busiest season. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints, both for children and adults. No family can afford to be without it. For sale by PEARCH & LONG. Adelonp;. JAMES TEEAOY, IfofftaA- Gardener, Grahamptavrift.. rJfojn.ato Plants, eve^y late- and early; O^bil^s^ St. join's Day, -Suc\x=req-\ i cespipA. a,n,d Rurpeea," ' /Rumme* samples, now; in; all the latest style# and patterns to choose from. Suits from £3'3s, at' George 'Jackson's, "Tailor,1 next to Dr, Leo Surgery j Adelong.
Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
Farm and Station. Wool sales in Sydney last week included :—GBRL over TO, from Cool ac, 18h w e at 19£d, nice quality, good staple ; HO over N on side, from Gun\x=req-\ dagai, 27 at 10Jd, good quality and staple, a little skirty; WH, from Ade\x=req-\ long, 7 at lid ; T. B. Makeham, over Nangus, 17 at lOfd, good quality and condition ; T. Brabin, over Eurongilly, 14 at lOd; MS over Eulomo, 25 at lljd, 11 at lid, 21 at lOid ; BMO, 28 at 12id, 93 at 12d. On Tooma station, in the Tumba\x=req-\ rumba district, 15 men are employed with mowing machines cutting down grass, thistles, etc., for ensilage. It is said that ensilage can be made at a cost of 2s 6d a tonj The Minister for Agriculture has again been perplexed by another reference to the seed wheat supplied by the Government to farmera at 6s 2d and 6s 3d per bushel. Mr. J. Fitzpatrick went into the House a^med with a package containing about a dozen different specimens of cereal growth produced from one single consignment o£\seed whe...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
TUMBARUMBA. (From our own Correspondent.) The glorious rainfall for September and October has been such as to give promise to a magnificienfc harvest. All wheat crops in this district are from 8ft to 4ft in height. Unfortunately the abundant growth of grass and clover (especially trefoil) has had very disastrous effects on the stock grazing on the Murray River paddocks. A number of splendid bullocks have died from overgorging, or else burst open, from the gaseous effect of the herbs. Work progresses favourably at the mines, water being plentiful. The alluvial is going ahead -with a unceasing regularity. A wedding took place at the Star Hotel on Thursday last, when Mr. Charles B. Heinecke (third son of Mr. Charles Heinecke senr., of Back Creek) took unto himself a wife in the person of Miss Jane Byrne, (4th daughter of the proprietress of the Star Hotel). The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Father Campbell. The bride, who wore a handsome white silk dress, was given away by her brot...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
IN MEMORIAM. HETHERINGTON.—In memory of William James Hetherington, who departed this life on October 5, 1903, at Kiandra, aged 44. You are not forgotten, Willie dear, Nor will you ever be; As long as life and memory lasts We will remember thee. I dream I see your dear sweet face, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; And kiss your loving brow, &nbsp; And whisper as I loved you then, I love your memory now. —Inserted by his loving mother and step- &nbsp; father, John and Catherine Gilbert, Lobb's Hole. &nbsp; Funeral Notice. THE friends of Mu. GEORGE BENNETT, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his daughter Linda which will &nbsp; arrive at Jones' Bridge from her late resi- dence to-morrow at 1.30 p.m. . Commonwealth of Australia, Postmaster-General's Department, Ootober 28,1903. Conveyance of mails., ATTENTION is , .direoted to. Commonwealth "Gazette" NOTICE inviting TENDERS, addressed to the Deputy .Postmaster-General, Sydney, u...
Laurel and Lagoon Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 November 1903
Laurel and Lagoon Hills. Beautiful spring weather prevails. The country round about here looks better for this time of the year than has been known for years. Water and grass are in abundance. Mr. Geoffrey Joyce is back here again, although the poor old man is unable to move about through an injured limb; otherwise he is hale and hearty and full of energy. Just fancy, 88 years of age. He speaks in glowing terms of the treatment he received while an inmate of the Tumut Cottage Hospital. The Laurel Hill boys played their second game of cricket at Laurel Hill on Saturday last against a Sharp's Creek team. The game was a pleasant and exciting one and resulted in a draw. Appended are the scores. :— LUAREL HILL,—1st Innings. T.Davis ... ..12 &nbsp; W. Cottam ... .... .. :0 &nbsp; &nbsp; T. Lucas .. .. ..15 H. Wilson . . .. 0 &nbsp; C. Wood .. .. . .. ... 0 H. Lucas .. . .11 P. Tonkin;. ,1 &nbsp; F. Shaw .. ... .. ..11 &nbsp; Mr. Dunn.. .. ;....
Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
The prevalence of a poisonous weed along the roadside everywhere in the distinct is giving alarm to landowners. Tho ]veed was presumably -introduced,/ by bta.'vinfr she;ep from other districts,; but it isgrowing so- prolifioly that-; "fears; aro entertained of it becoming, a great pest to farmers "ami 'others when the seed ripens and is ..blown about by the wind hitheir and thither. Some steps, should be taken, by. the rqads authorities to'M prevent the 'dissemination of tho .seed throughout, the paddocks adjoining, "by either cutting tho growth of plant while inllovver^or- burning~-it.~. before...it, sheds its seeds. . We notice'ithat j;a -'special sitting of the Local Land'Board ts to he held a.t Tnmut on Decernber 12, spresu m&bly for the ^purpose-of 'dealing .with ,:the applications .. foi sihe* Ellershe and other adjacent lands thrown open to sel ectio n .■ - —-• .. • ;An :-Amektoan Editoii, Mr. John,J*: Cook;: ■publisher of the Banner-StockiijanV"-- of Clarendon, Texas...
Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
Home and Eoreign |. ... ; London, Monday, i Mr. Balfour bud a tromendous (reception ..at Bristol.;; .JPhe . liases were.,.taken from diia ..carriage, . and' .sthe..ilat,ter,f.wfts. dragged'.,:tt\yo,.,tmUQs.', Mr. Balfour,delivered|a,gr^afc,'ipeeob.:
Farm and Garden. FOR NOVEMBER. THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
Farm and Garden, For November. THE FARM, This is fcbo 'best 'season we have-ex\x=req-\ perieuced tor ,m&uy years, nr "most respects, but. with it&lt;comes':ttll manner of plagues ;and pests, making ;the farmer's.! life 'anything but a. merry one. We have record crops;of wheat, "but the rust has. made,its appearance ;in many places,;' therefore, it behoves farmers to watch their crops with a view to turning them into hay before it is too late. Wheaten rhay can .be . .harvested under bad weather conditions more successfully.than oaten hay. Wheaten hay-may be stboked ,,ancl, capped imr .mediately .after it; is'.cut, and will harvest without shifting, but 'oaten ;hay requires two or three days''drying I before, it is stooked and .capped,,for bad i! weather..: . • Like.many ' other places, ;tfce ' plague (pi s caterpillars 'has visited 'us,; idoing enori^^us. damage, and,la's .soon 4.s;jthe'ci,pp^,are'cut,-;'th.ey; will storm the corn paddocks; , in -fact many acres have-...
Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
Pastures Protection Board. Directors Oliver (chairman), White, Bytne, Art-agon, Clout and Glasscock attended the monthly meeting df the Pastures Protection Board on Thursday. An apology was received for nonattendance of Director Robinson, who hoped that Director Byrne's motion would be carried. CORUESPONOKNCE. From the Department of Lands, asking for ah opinion a9 to the salary that should be paid the Inspector, who for the past year had been paid £831 12s 8d, including travelling expenses. The Department hoped the salary would be commensurate with the importance of, the Inspector's duties. The Chief Inspector.of Stock desired balance-sheets showing balances trans-1 ferred from Babbit Bourd nnd the old Pastures and Stock Protection Board. The Department of Lands wrote, in reply to the Board's request for an opinion as to whether the chairman was entitled to a second or casting vote—a difficulty in this matter having arisen at the last meeting—that the directors were there to interpr...
TELEGRAMS. Colonial SYDNEY, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
'IT',I .KG UA.US. Colonial Sxdney, Monday -night".' The tender of E. W: Fitzgerald, of Petersham, has been'accepted for construction of a bridge over tbe .'river at Tumut. Another fight occurred in Little Collins-street, .Melbourne, to'-dtiy. Local Chinese cabinet-makers: attacked several Sydney men, knives, • tomahawks and hammers being' jused. The police, quelled the trouble. |.Several -Celestials were badly in-\x=req-\ rjured. Five arrest were made. . The Chinese furniture trade in i Melbourne culminated in a serious disturbance in Little.: Bourke-street on Saturday, when 47 Celestials, who had sheen • engaged in-, Sydney, attacked the' , local strikers •; with knuckle-dusters and otter weapons. • Several were badly injured. The ■police had the, greatest, difficulty in restoring order. >.'.Several . "arrests were made. Two of the victims are tin-fthe.:hospital. , f The; steamer- Eilesic vvyent>on ;;the rocks - at Newcastle * Harbour' ■ ' on Saturday. It was found yesterday ...
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
COMMERCIAL, TUMTJT STOCK' SALES' Mr. 0. S. Byrne reports the'cattle market': at ''"the'GtfmmerciaL 'Yards von Saturday last, considering: the^nui'iiber and quality -of■ the yarding, equal to: any- sales 'held during the .past." 12: months. A largo number-of /buyers •attended' from- other • parts1;-of- tne; State.:# He reports ' selling :--18 steers, &lt;2yvs, at £4 19s;! 2 dry' 'cows £7 -5s and £6 6s, heifers, fair-condition, £5:12s, steer, 20mos, '£5, cows and calves £5 5s to £5 13s. ^ Mesrs. S; P. Wilkinson and'Go. report having yarded-580 head of fat and store'cattle, at the CommerbiaU Sale Yards; Tumufc; on Saturday lasti "' 'A large number of buyers were' present; • and the lots were cleared right 'out', 'at prices equal*'to previous markets, the ■demand 'being'very keen' for young mixed cattle. Principal' prices tea1} ized were as follows:—90 store bullocks, £7 Is ; *12 store bullocks -£7 9s ; 8yr steers, £5 18s,;-2&vto"'3yr • steers; £4 15s, to £2 5s ' (iVtona...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
An aged Clergyman tells of the benefit he derived from taking Dr. Home's Indian Root Pills. The Rev. Thomas B. Swift, of Alexandra, Victoria, writes sa follows :— " I have been a preacher of the Gospel (or fifty\x=req-\ two years; am now in my ei*Mv-first year. I •uffered for a long time from costiveue88, and consequent indigestion. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills were brought under my notice some two years ago. I took one fill every evening:, and soon under that method my costivenoss and indigestion were relieved, and my bowels as regular as the morning. Thty assist Nature in the discharge of all h«r functiouu, increase the appetite, produce sound slesp, and give elasticity ol spirits. I always preach three time* on the Sundays, aud drive loner distances to my appointments. I enjoy life, and the ' Lord's work to which He called me more than fifty yenrs niro Two people to whom I recommended your Pills aro usini,' them in the same way with the same happy-results," KILLARNEY RACES. Prel...
CHAPTER XXIX. THE SHADOWED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
CHAPTER XXIX. THE SHADOWED HAND. , Three weeks had passed since the i evening when Barbara Steele and • Philip Langton had dined at the "Savoy, and one or two events had .happened during that time; events ■ that had served to intensify Philip's ''hatred for Hugh—if that were pos\x=req-\ sible—and to fill his soul with black .thoughts, that added to his insane longing for vengeance. He had, paid a visit to Deepdene, and matters down there had gone ..'from bad to worse with him. Xn the first place, ho discovered that •it-was quite 'true that Muriel and 'Hugh were reconciled. Perhaps reconciled '' is too tame a word to use; they were more' deeply in love •with each other than ever, and ex-' changed letters—through the medium • ofiLadv Marchmont— constantly. ^Secondly Colonel Fortescue instead ' of extending' to Philip his usual cordial /welcome, received him with marked i. coldness. Langton was at a loss to /account for this, but the Colonel did ;«ot leave him long in suspense, as ho "...
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
OLLA PODRIDA. (By " The Man About'Town.") There's a chiel amang ye takin' notes, And' faith he'll prent 'em. ' '■ fa cannot truthfully be said "thai we are a/:.musicrloviQg^;cpmmtinity; else we i would, be more reftdyjta.esfcablish arid promote the interests*of musical institutions in .our midst. 1 For instance, I warrant that no town in this State of the size and pretentious importance of Tumut is without a Town Band (ariclyit's "Musical; Society. Yet we are' prone vtoii5' dispute :tho twitting of our critics who dare to impeach our sincerity to keep abreast of the times in all 'matters! eleva ti ng :to society and agreeable "to fthe people generally. " The Man About Town " has, during the course of his peregnna-'' tions, discovered that there are a number of musicians in our town who, are" willing to -form^aj l«ind ;f;but tlie| necessary . instruments are not" all available. Tumut has been most unfortunate in regard ito "its ''bands. But now that the; musicians" can; be' secured t...
Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
Political. Speaking on the ' Federal Capital question, Mr. J. C. Watson, leader of the Labor Party in the House of Representatives, . said he 'favoured Tumut,.and urged as a reason, for acquiring 1000 square miles, the right of the taxpayers to the value ■which; would acrrue to land'in the vicinity of the capital. ' His idea was to make; .the ,area, sufficientlylarge ...to... exhaust; the value to private owners in the: vicinity. The labor party would: strive hard to have the capital site' settled early, next Parliament. ■ The Freetrade and Liberal Association are \putting > fprward. Mr;;F.: E.; 'McLean, M;H:R., to contest "the Hume seat in the Federal Parliament,: and he will address the electors in the Oddfellows' Hall, Tumut, to-night and, at Adelbug on Wednesday night. Mr. McLean is a native of Sydney, born in 1863, and oneApf our public schooLiboys,. a tfairly good speaker, a freetrader of th^.,Gobdeni'schooi, and a consistent follower "of Mr. Reid in fiscalism, though he di...
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXVIII.—CONTINUED. THE TURN OF THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. : * - CHAPTER XXVIII,-Continued. the turn of ,the tide. • " How can you prevent it ?" "Behari Lai will be lodged in gaol to-night. In three days he will .escape, and no trace will ever afterwards be found of him. I have followers, as I need not remind you, in England, and through them I wield a power that few people, except those well acquainted with Eastern .nations, ever dream of. There is no prison in England that will hold Behari Lai. Having served his ipurpose, of clearing Hugh Trevor's name from the shadow which still rests upon it, he will vanish and be -heard of no more." Lady Marchmont looked every inch a princess • as she spoke, with her supple figure drawn to its full height, and her dark eyes flashing; and ^Muriel gazed at her with mingled admiration and wonder. " I am glad that the man will escape," said the girl. " And now, Muriel, you are to be . mylguest for a few days, for there are one or two other mysteries yet to be cleared up, and I shall w...
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 November 1903
ADELONG. The annual monthly escort, .took away 87 loz of gold. The ambulance ct*r for Adelong arrived by twin at the Tumut railway station on Thursday and was brought to Adelong by Mr, H, 0. Aiken (secretary to the movement) on Friday, The ambultwce w$s the centre of admiration, .upon its arrival, and all who have inspected it considers it a first-class contrivance. It is built specially to suit the country roads. ,