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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

Local Land Board. With respect to the Ellerslie land applications a ballot was held on Saturday, 12th inst. The applications of Messrs. Robert Cram, Jaa. Irwin Prowse,*'Richard John Prowse, William Geo. Prowse, and Burnett J. j Whiting were disallowed for various j reasons, by the local Land Board Bitting that day. Those competing j for areas of the land available for j selection were:—J. S. Adams, F. H. Beaver, P. J. Burt, R. E. Burt, W. C. Burt, A. M. Geary, L. F. 0. Hann, j A. Ingram jr., W. Ingram, W. H. Jenkins, J. McKinnon, J. Podmore, j H. H. Ratliff, J. Ross, H. Vickery, G.' Whiting, R. Whiiing. Mr. J. D. j Walker, Crown Lands Agent, ably conducted the ballot, agsisted by the assistant Crown Lands Agent, Mr. R. Donaldson jr. The winning number fell to Mr. Richard Whiting for 415£ acres. , On Monday, 14th inst., the following applications were disallowed, for various reasons :—Messrs. W. Gorman, L. J. Maxworthy, J. a. T. Perkins and Richard Prowse, Those competing were as fol...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

The Elections. At Tumut, Cootamundra and Gunda\x=req-\ dagai the polling for the Senate was largely in favour of the Ministerial bunch, with Arthur Griffiths at the head. But Griffiths was nowhere against the Freetrade selected three, Neild, Pulsfoid and Gray. The biggest defeat in the Hume on an average basis was 80 to 1 in favour of Lyne against McLean, polled at Gobarralong. Besides Adelong, Albury and Bat\x=req-\ low, Heuty gave McLean a majority of 118 to 70, Black Range 69 to 80, Pleasant Hills and Bulgandra 88 to ' 79\x=req-\ j In "Victoria two Ministerialists (W. A, Trenwith, with 98,428 votes j and R. W. Best with 94,726) and a Labor candidate (E. Fridley,. with 184,848) are elected to the Senate. South Australia have elected three Labor Senators (McGregor, Guthrie and Storey), and also West Australia (De Largie, Henderson and Croft), and Queensland (H. Turley, J. 0. Stewart (and T. Givens). Tasmania has two Opposition candidates returned (Dobson and Macfarlane) and Ministe...

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 — 22 December 1903

You can always rely upon getting a perfect fit combined with a thoroughly well-made firtiole, at Gko. Jackson's, Tailor, &c. CUAMHKllLAIN'S CODOH REMEDY acts Oft .nature's plan—loosens the cold, relieves the lungs and makes expectoration easy. Tor 8fcle by PEAECE & LONG, AD^LONG. Best Treatment l'on ; Diarkahoea.— have suffered for some months past from repeated attacks of diarrhoea, and felt myself getting very weak through my appetite having become scanty and distasteful. I tried several remedies without getting any permanent relief. Was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Jlemedy, and am thankful to state that I . did so, for it has proved most effective; has , checked > the diarrhoea, my appetite has beea renewed, and general tone of my system gceatly improved. I value the medicine ■highly.- -Edward . G. Yatkk, J.P., Kangaroo flat, Victoria. This the most successful jremedy in -the world for diarrhoea. ■ It never .lails, and when reduced ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

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Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

WlliJj SELL BY :PUBL'I0 AUCTION i ji i-X* "THE • t ''j i; ' ' Commercial Hotel, on v Saturday, January 16, SJK. ■ 1 at 2.80 p.m., , All that parcel.;- of land, in Fifezroy-street, Tumut, containing over Half an •acre,-!being allotment 14 of 5 arid part of allotment 15 of 5, with cottage of 11 . rooms' thereon^y now -occupied by Mrs. M. 0'Shea. ALSO: , . ... All that piece ofv l^nd in 'Simpson-street, f Tiiriiut, • containing 2 roods, being "Allotment 2 of 18, with cottage ancl improvements ; '. thereon. . • ■<*! Terms at Sal£, /, ; ' Solicitor for Viixdors. • . ••, ,j ; In the' Supreme Court of N.S.W., . ■ Probate Jurisdiction. > IN the Will of THOMAS HOWE, late of Gadara, near Adoiong, in the State of > New South Wales, Grazier deceased. Application will be made after Fourteen Days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abpvenamed ^de ceased may be granted to BLAND CLAY-' TON, Tuiiiut, Auctioneer, ARTHUR WILLIAMSON MOLINEATJX, • • of' Adel...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB'S ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

ADELG&G: 'JOCIvE Y' CLUB'S . ANNUAL BACES. ... 'ike annual race-, meeting -.of .-.the, Adelong Jockey Club Eventuated on Friday and . (Saturday ,lasfc. ,;>The; weather on iVe first day - was' 'fine, though rather warm. It-was a sign\x=req-\ of the times that the attendance fell short of-lust' year's, 'and' as-a result the takings ;at: the paddock were £10 less. Though the principal events, had attracted only ?small entries, the. minor S^TT&IleiT " up- well. They too mostly six-furlong horses running. thirty performed,at the aicetiujy jS^eappreciated improve-; menis had beenmade to tho-'appoiht-\x=req-\ nientg by the committee, including a bookmakers' stand, a tea-tent-, seats atound IShlRireoa' '(wfii^^^nV-way are beginning to throw useful shade), and othei;.details.., ^The. visitors fwere ivell catered; forj; jjUjgJ liberality of-ihe Ailelong Jockey Club has: become pro- j verbial antongst sporting, men,; and their reptatiou in this respect .was:.; fully maintain...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

THE TURF; The-price paid for Cyrus, who was recently sold in Melbourne,: is said to ' bavo been '' ,;v\;'"': Waiiitah 'hM. scored' ;' several, vvvicis since bo changed ownership. -His latest success was the Butherglen Handicap on-Boxing1 Day. Lorna passed through (xundagai. on Xmas - morning (nays -the >">In\x=req-\ depondenU') SShe was ■ being - fcaken. back to her •'owner (Mr. ■Ai-ragon);1 Aflelong, and will rof ire to the skid, having broken down badly. li'orna had shown' such good form over" thay sticks la.tolyithat heiv party wfero very confident of%inuing.a race or two in tbe best Sydney jumping company. At the settling in connection with\x=req-\ the Tnmnt;~Tuef 'Club Boxing Day iiieeiing. Mr. J. J. Talbot brought before thev :members of the club present tbe question 'of reducing'-'the entrance Je'es from 5 per cent, down to 2j per cent. ,Hq; pointed out that the. : entrance fees"as-hHherfco:ch;irged were, a great driim on o wnors. Dr. Mason, President ;6f the Club, said...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

: CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA ; "1 AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY HAS NO EQUAL. .Connelly, General Storekeeper, Tolaga bay, N./., says : " Have stocli ed Chamberlain's household medicines continually and feel much pleasure in confidently recommending their Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea'Remedy. It has no equal,'. > This is , the universal Verdict' the world oyer fwith people who have become ,acquainted with the good • qualities of . this remedy. .It is: the. most successful preparation that has yet been produced for bowel complaints for both adults and children. Try it wheri you have need of such a' niedicinfe 'a)nd if you are not fully satisfied with the results the dealer from whom you* bought it will refund you your money.' For Bale by PEAR'CE & LONG, ATV^LONG. 0 "Views "of the Federal Capital Site an'dihe party attending with Sir John Forrest . during his recent visit. Beautiful scene of Tumut Plains from Hargreaves' Hill. At D. McRAE'S Stuclio, Russell-street, Tumut."-1' iiT'TO...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

SEGOND DAY. / -Ominous clouds everhead on Saturday; portended disagreeable weather,! iarid ^subsequent1 happenings did ''not' belie the appearance. Bain commenced Tto/fall' at 10.80 and continued ; intermittently during the day, making presence on: the course very, uncomfortable. Despite the threatening elements, a fair crowd we re.on the course, ~the rgentler jsex- ibeing-^undaunted-.\x=req-\ : Some of the vraces ; were run in pelting rain, and horses and riders who were not;in -first, pl&ce |thrqughout;?aj race suffered' - showers'" of ^mud' whicli' in several Instances did more injury yblian merely' to astiek^where ' tUey hit.: (Only one accident^iiappenedf in the ^hurdle < race, ..at |,thQ?:tbiirdle, opposite the dam, where Tyrone stumbled afte *getting over the jump and threw ; his rider (W. Butler)„on his h<?ad in the mud, 'and ^tunning - him -and injuring his" ' leg somewhat.' "However, the .mishap was soon got over by the victim. fEverything pas...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Federal Capital Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

The Federal Capital Question. Speaking to a metropolitan press representative, J. C. Watson, leuder of the Labor party iu the Federal Parliament, said three subjects-which jho thought shoaldj occupy the al ten fcion of the members in the first session were the settlement of the Fivleni! 'Capital site and'the High Commissioner Bill. "What attitude do you take with regard to tho Federal Capital site ?" Mr. Watson was asked. "My feeling," he responded, "is that we have allowed a reasonable j time to elapse to give members from the other States an opportunity of making up' fheir ininds as to which they think the best site." "Do you consider the question open as between all the sites ?"— " Oh, yes. The new Parliament, in my opinion, has the right to consider any fresh site:; they mny import into the discussion." "To which rlo you give the preference?"—" Personally I think Turnut, all things considered, is the best site. I am very hopeful that we will he able to get.a settlement of the qu...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

Land Matters. The following applications for balance •of.Grown land in the parish of Ellers\x=req-\ lie, county AVynyard, were received by the local, Grown Lands Agent on the 1.7th ult. Jas.> Whiting, CP- 200*acres.-;:-, .■■■ " " ; CL GOO acres. ; Andrew M. Geary, CP 200 acres. • : " " V OL 500 acres George Whiting, CP200 acres " " , CL 215 acres Herbert Dennis, CP 104 acres . " " , CL. 312 acres John Geo Craig, CP 140 acres "" " , CL 420 acres . Richard "Whiting, CP' 00 acres ■ ■ •' , CL 270 acres' . . Johanna I-Iassett, CP 125 acres Arthur Frederick Hassett, CP 104 floras " " , .CL 312 ftcrcs llobert Matbew Prowse, CP 104 acres " CL 312 acres William Henry Craig, CP 140 acres " " ,,CL 420 acres George Neve, CL 300 acres: The following lands will 'become available for selection under the Amended Land Aot during January and February, 1904:—January: 622,: 776 acres. February; 4fch, 110,973aeres; 11th, 20,768 acres 2 roods, under submission 70,287 acres. 2 roods—total 91.056 acres;...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

¥Come and Foreign -• 0:, ' • 'London, Monday. The Japanese legation at London says-Japan -is able to land an army at Tuscan, in Korea, within forty-eight hours. . Russia has requisitioned from the : railway -companies trucks' and., /locomotives to convey heavy reinforce\x=req-\ •monts to'Manchuria'. -Tho burial of victims of the Chicago ■theatre..; continues daily. Long lines of processions.are constantly proceeding. A chorus of church bells is tolling continuously. All business. and seasonable festivals are suspended. Not sufficient- coffins or boards are available in the city,. jThft.proprietors—• rof fche-tbeafcre'and the'Cifcy Building Commissioners have been arrested -for manslaughter.' ' _ ' ' "" The 'besfc 'informecl authority 'in Pelun considers war. is inevitable and will be declared within a few days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

' -nSumjijjHi Cumwmzxt .is the.children's most datitforotiH ouinnv and 11*u muthur's most th'uiuletl foi-., Immediate amd i pvopov.-kent\x=req-\ ment is always: nucosutiry. Chamberlain's Golio Cholera,and Diarrhoea Itemed}',-given '.according to direct ionis, is the most;, effectual - remedy known. For ' sale i by JPEARCE ><fc i LONG. A.DELONG. •, ' .' Summer samples now in;n all ' .the1 latest ^styles: and-patterns' toi- ohoose <'from; '- Swits from -£U Bd, at- Guoituu iJaojchon'h, 'Tailor nf# Iq D^. toe Snrgorj', Adelong,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

Afc t,hor$a,Uwn,y Qpomng (Governor's tVyy)i; through the streets * at the '' Blaoooaurse ;• on-tho Stand".; jand/any; nlhoi" view of'the Wip^'Rpgal >pa~rty>*^ r I), McBAE'S Studio, Tiussell-sfcreeiy

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Municipal Finances. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

The Municipal Finances. An item in the business before the Tumut Municipal Council at last meeting was animadverted upon by Aid. J. Blakeney, when he-referred to what he termed the unsatisfactory state of the finances of the council, when the question of increasing the salary to the council clerk came on^ for' discus-1 sion. The information required by\x=req-\ Aid. Blakeney was elicited by a series of questions put by him to t.ho Mayor. He first asked1 if there was any money to meet the alleged deficiency. According to his estimate the dues owing for rates for the year would be L408, added to which would be LSO from the Government for the upkeep of minor roads, making a total of E548;" ^Eyen if the council received the whole of the amounts due for the year, a deficit would beahown. They had paid out about L670. The rough exjjenses of the council were : Ll.20 council qlerk| L280 maintenftn.c.eVfSc3,iLidO.\interest on loan, and L100 genoral expenses, &c. They had sjDeut L100 i...

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The Hume Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

The Hume Election. >?, a iW'B? acknowledge • the. receipt, of the following letter of thanks::— Commonwealth of Australia, ; Melbourne. Sydney, December.29,1908. *. '' .Dear Sir,—-Just a •. few lines' to than k;yoii for-the -assistance you Ten- 1 cierecl me during the recent campaign,.: in the colmnris) ;of yourVpaper.'• • This - was all the more welcome-'-in-view of the hostility of the Sydney^ morning papers,;and tbo. desperate eflbrts.that.. were made by the' Opposition' to defeat me.. The result has'been a sever© blow to my opponents, and' has shown i n no inn certain : man n er that the people of the • country, are not „to be dictatedito by the ./metropolitanf press, which state of things is, in my opinion,! very satisfactory.vas it is^not y, • at alldosirabte1- that the:whole State -' should tjei subjected'jto^tyratiny.of^auy,. ouo section of the pi'G8Si i.\Wisbing-you j ; • .every prosperity: in tho tcomiag,year, <: ;aOT'l ag?in iSbanking'i^you,' -rl -an:

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TELEGRAMS. Colonial SYDNEY, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

Colonial Sydney, Monday night. The 'heavy- wind and rain in 'the •country is doingLgreat damage to,tHe 1 crops not yet .harvested. ; The far west has benefited by -the recent general rains.■ Mr. Eeid declares that Sir. :\lf. Deakin's invitation to . Mr. Jos. Chamberlain is ; a .discreditable, party, move. If he comes at all it should be as the guest of all political parties,; inasmuch as public , funds onust be used to defray his entertainment. A sensational, i tragedy, is . reported from, Doyle!s ..Greek, ;,tweaty-six,vmiles: from Singleton. It is alleged that the wife of James.Bennett, a farmer; poisoned her' three children|ahdiher- i self yesterday. The particulars 'to hand are very meagre. Kough-on\x=req-\ •rats is supposed to have been used. Mrs. Bennett was under medical care for several weeks past. The coroner has gone out to .hold an inquest.;, The children's ages ranged from\x=req-\ sixteen months to live years. It is expected that important f business -will come : before t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

Pertinent Questions, ; "Would you like r * • , v; j u ^1 : j&, 'Co boifcblclo eat aud digest a full jneal?<. ^ i '^y; • '■Would you like 15 *; V l<f. • To inurcarfO'th(riiUlnboi^6i;rcd.Woodioorpusolc3.inijuui-body ?ft«!!, !>o you want * *. ' To iui'.o ii ivsor\o of<i>(3ive force ? j i , Do you wish • . To bo inoic vigoious in mind and body ? f .' TH15N TAKE A COUliSE OF ' *t ' ,, ^ i? ^ A//MEK* . cif^T tOrt'c ; The Fine3t Pio->T-ic-Up. is;j *Pink Pills- The modern Family Apperient. Agent: A. J. NEWTON, ■ chemist. Tumut.. Setter al Storekeepers, FITZROY-STREET, TUMUT.O®—' Season a ble G(oOdg!! $ea^or|al;}le Cioodt?! EVERY ARTICLE; of the BEST QUALITY and selling at BEDROCK PRICES. SPECIAL LINUS for the tfESTIVE SEASON, i CHOICEST of . PRESERVES, Ac., OLEANED and FRESH from the manufacturers. E. G; COOKE & CO.. E* G. Cooke/) .. [N. P. Camdikli> STOCK, STATION, AND GEN EEAL COMMISSION AGENTS, AXJOTlOKB^^J^tJi'lOBS, i ' tumut;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

ifj v;tJtj'J ' 1 'T , p.: . f. Dr. "Xyittleton, Ooyemmlent Medical Officer; rtfl 1' *! ''^r! ' • • 1 ' H M'J • , ' • i'1" ' ' -■ '•** .*• ■ . ■ W|J0T:STBjEE^, AOELONO;:- ; W.f.:IV;timETOiN . i ,Burgeon ^dentist ' f o^TUMBARUMBA.' .'" 1 ' -nor>h>n« <•.«« ■ Lat§fJ^^onidalODemtih3trator !8yanoy; ' 0.fItiyiv^v§ity .Dental School.' \> '. ■ vi Iiat#&^mental' i«feiitia^i'to 'o'Battl'Ausi'. , mm-A* atia-'Wone?'" r u> „ 1 /. '• • r- . . '/ .-T'f' i f Oif'1 J * v- i,f tloir'w •; ,;<[• '■■■■• <:■ a hm rc,: y.rj <}()£ i'.i dOUMt. o *ibr . *i( •* •••' c i ' .•JJfi J.'ML'j i^SfiP Houia yno!) ftotuft Wi£ pSssallv y) r i.-iorr:.' 1 IT! :. H. * ■, . otiy mti>\ ^'OtfP-m n T.U \tl iijr'Ii : 'iu.-ii:iivV ixov.• mi K&? i ?:■ Hill rOWllij belli-,-']\i zn-v' \3 -NatiurigS Succeeds kike JCgSjSv','::, ', .iV E. £,'.rtW^(3!©iL. ."VVAGGA. t'; ,51 j»-?«xs<jas All fines'1 ^uarWteecl^absolutely.' •pure; Vacbbg.rme;ror;"&amp...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

'OitoiuaurMouiiiiH has lost ils- ■^terrors «in ■'<))ellioirid'Avhero.ii;:boUlo> ot; Ohamberltiin's Colic,; Chotarni and Diarrhoea! lteraedy > is '.J&.pqver: tii'Swin ^tho iniost v.ttoyeve tiViid'ilivuGfonuiiB! casds; i'l-Vr salo 'by. I'iJABOJB ,;iVJyO»Cr( AIISIjQ^Q, -o "V , ~

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