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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

T. Driscoll, the well-known jockey, who died in Adelaide on Saturday, and J. S. Farrell, who met his death at Perth, on Cup day, were warm-friends. JfaMll, who yas ttd vised, by „ ie\egr(iu;i. of 7)riscqltfs $de&i's<3, p-ty/is ^thrpwi^ ;heavily wh'en^Dune'din'fell, after tiffc# hurdle and landed on his head. He lived but a few hours. 1 In his last letter a London correspondent says that nine Australian sires represented,.iin^Etoglattd jhavp,<\x=req-\ during the' past' T(lia,t-rlcing? Reason,.; been responsible for producing 27 wi liners^ whiebrhfvei woii amongthem 'U races df'the v'alue' of LI)862.'j Last vear Carbines stock alone won L22, 12(5. . ■ - '■' The. nex4.a'ace nifeojiin'g calling for local attention takes placo at Kil\x=req-\ larney course on the 26th inst. It is expected that good entries will be received, and the usually large attendance are sure to put in an appearance. The grounds this season offer an abundance of sbadeJor picnic ■parties...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

' 'A teaHv«fL,om',to : ^Bruagle} and .playeSCft'matchV onr l tiie;' affcerjtipon, ;-6f; rSaturda^,', last;; I;'.The1 * . local ieajii' -iwer'e; '-'a^ain > victorious; •>: winniDg.by.an ionings/ahda fewjains., , .WilkinBon,;who;is;;a'-great ;enhusiast / in . the garne^. sis ;u, credit :ito"i the 'team* ho represents, not' oply ;in his secre-'; tarial duties,--but 1 possesses^ for vtK6A'gaifi'4). ! the score^ with ;',57 . rpiis," >$iisfc; ;Ha4A rison made 30. .For the home team,v Morris was ;the most successful." -; Aj sjjmptupus( spre&l .^;as .•the},visitors.';}Scores.:4-}}. V^'-v/-^ • EBUWGtEf—1st "INnin&s. , J' Morris, c and b Dofj&ldson ■ Quirk, b Anderson ,, . 11 1 ' Uiu'greuves, b Donaldsoii . 0 " ■Hill, b Anderson ? fl.7 i. .., 1-rice, b Don^IdsoiiO v.f'- ilA 5 0-j <tl\x=req-\ Murrayrun out,, y .:: >.i 1 , Anderson fl^Ai^erepnr j:.ft- iji Do MeKenzio, b Harrison ".. 5 fi; Qjjirk, b Harrison .0 <H. ttiW, -*• SunciJ-iean, ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TUMBARUMBA TURF CLUB. NOMINATIONS AND WEIGHTS. TUMBARUMBA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

•i omjb! i |i NOMINATIONS' £AND^WEIGH'TS. 2 ,1 •?*N. Tweeclio's Easy Molly, 9.5 ; J. Hoysted's AIme$,§«8V9 ; .^..riPiiine's Ibis, 8.7; T.tibAly's^Manft^'oWi^S.S; JT Whitehead's ..8.4; ,J,..,Pearce,,'s<, M«rieV\6iSTH'? : SHiliih gfijlMf W. Ijowden's- Exults s&.Q ;- /T.slS.^ Buese-s ■' Lightfo6t;*;; *7.7*;* '■1 Ay'^Myers"'' Yolandij® OJ^LCt-; 1Cf ^jjircell 6.10; »jEfelfea©e:j^1cbs^f3^Q/i6Vi6Vji^A^«: MyeraVnBombayi'fi.-O.'''^^''1 5i ■' iVfitnai'- ^?>-;T1i.ro* ,►>>->. ft awl' First /Huhdljss. r.d J; ;Peat(Ba's;..,: JLO#; eip$; :mond's.eManicure;r.v9.i2:;:,iJ. hot's Illusioni j 9.12; John's1 .Gork': Soda, 9.0 ;' 0.*?Ptfroed'^sBjireQdav.9:(?i!; Mcllraej's •<

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

TUMBARUMBA. (i'rom Our Own Correspondent). The recent" heavy rain has destroyed a large amount of wheafc, and;hay in this district. For the'first three days of the month 78 points of rain fell. The weather is delightfully cool.and bright at present. The New Year's Bay Sports did not prove as attractive as might have been expected, a picDic at Burra being the principal counter attraction. :A very good programme of sports was carried out, the results of the chief events being as follows Quoit tour\x=req-\ nament.—Thos. {Bell ; i,; John Mullins 2. Boys Kace.-r-S.'F:' Baillie^i, R. Donaldson 2. BicycleRace.—Sep. Benyon l, Percy Broadhurst 2. Foot Bace.—A. Bramblett l, John Mc\x=req-\ Auliiie 2. These sports were initiated by Mr. A. Bailie, for the purpose of raising money towards swelling the School of Arts fund. Steps . a*e being locally taken . to l; banquet Mr. Peisley, P.M., prior to his departure for Inverell. A very important mining sale took place on Thursday last, when Messrs. B...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wedding. DOWNING—GALVIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Wedding.   DOWNING—GALVIN. The marriage of Mr. Robt. Downing, eldest son of Mrs. R. Downing, of Tumut, with Miss Fannie Galvin, eldest daughter of Mr. George Galvin, of Wagga, was celebrated at Wagga on Wednesday last. Further par- titiculars of the nuptial event will   appear in our next issue.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GILMORE. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

GILMORE. (From our own Gorresponduht.) . PROGRESS COMMITTEE. Thk Progress Committee met on the 4th inst., when there were present: Mesrs. W. Carter (chair), A. 'Davis (secretary), T. Mclnerney, W. Butler, A. Davis jr. and J. Claffey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr.-A. F. O'Sullivan wrouj, asking that the mailman be* reqHosted to remain for half an hour at Forn Gully Crossing (the terminus) to allow residents to reply to correspondence, whereas at present he returns directly after delivery. A letter read at a previous meeting was referred to. It stated that an inspector's report re suggested mail •services had ' been received. Batlow, Laurel Hill and Tumbarumba were to receive mails three times a-week from Adeloug, and therefore there would, be no need for continuing the mail from | Gilmore to Batlow. No reply had been received from ,;the Deputy P.M.G. in regard to the /committee's . application for a triweekly service to Fern Gully. The Chairman said...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Jas. Dean's Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Mr. Jas. Dean's Death. With this issue we have to report the demise of one of the oldest pioneers of the Tumut district in the person of Mr. James Deans, who, with his aged wife, had resided on the Gilmore on "Dog Trap" Creek for a period of about 40 years. Latterly he sold out his interests in the property to Mr. H. J. Wilson, and built a comfortable cottage, overlooking the Presbyterian Manse, where he ended his days. He was a devout member of the Presbyterian church, of which he was for many years an elder, and helped along the various clergymen in their   ministrations from the time Tumut was in its infancy. Ever an honest, persevering plodder, he amassed a competence. Unfortunately the rav- ages of time told upon him and senile decay was the principal cause of death. Dr. Mason for some time was his constant adviser ; but, alas, the frail tenement had to bow to the summons of the Reaper; and thus passed away, at the ripe old age of 78 years, a good old pioneer, whos...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

A man named George Bates , was   cut to pieces by a train which ran down[the tricycle he was riding near Guyra on Friday night. Advices from St. Petersburg state that Russia will unflinchingly demand a port in Southern Korea, preferably Masampho.             The War Department in Washington has received advices to the effect that Japan is about to land 85,000 troops in Korea.         The Port Arthur correspondent of the " New York Herald " states that the Russian squadron has sealed orders, and is proceeding to the Korean coast.     Extraordinary efforts are being       made to accelerate the despatch of the Japanese cruisers from Genoa, purchased from Argentina.   An inquiry has been held at     Gisborrie (N.Z.) concerning, the death of Ho...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

JD he in tends, shortly r . r Starting Business in Tumut ' as a : ;; > ; 'General Carrier, Parcel Delivery & Forwarding Agent; Ho has a splendid TURN-OUT, in PLANT and HORS.ES, and eors\x=req-\ bining ' promptness p£ .delivery with leiaieiit chargos, his life-long, knowledge 'of cl?©.clisfcricfc and the people, , hopes .tu ba accorded a fair ^share of • mipport. ; ; SISTE VIATOR! . 6ILM0EE HOTEL ■ HENRY WHATMAN, PROPRIETOR, Tj^^OTIFIES .to hiB numerous friends aind the travelling public .that' fce' irtffl Built a very Large and Commodious Hotel nearly opposite the old place, at the junction of the Adeioug—Tiimut Gilmore roadB and close tn the Railway Station. o The premises are thoroughly up-to-date, elegantly furnished and fitted wiih modern conveniences. Separate apartments for families. All favourite brands of Liquors retailed, Capital Stables. Attentive Groom. : ; Suitable VEHICLES will CONVEY TRAVELLERS between the Hotel and Kai 'vay Station, when the railway is open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

.CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC,. CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY: HAS NO EQUAL. - W. H. Connelly, General Storekeeper, Tolaga Bay, N.Z., says : " Have stool ed Chamberlain's household medicines continually and feel • much pleasure ; in confidently recommending, their Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. ' It lias ho equal. .This is the universal ,verd}ot ,tl}e world over with ppople. who' have bepome acquainted with thg'jgood qualities of this remedy. It is the most successful preparation that has yet bieen >produced'for bowel complaints for both-adults and'' children. Try it when you have' need of suoh'a medicine and if yon are not fully satisfied with the-results the dealer from whom you bought it'will refund you your money. For Bale by PEARCE & LONGj ATHLON G. Portraits in \ PERCY R. CAMPBELL; PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE ARTIST, 42 Bennett-street, Bondi, Sydney, , BEGS to inform t the. residents of; Tumut . surrounding-' districts- :that'. his representative, Mh..iJ.jASKEW,•«now in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

England t. Australia) 4th TEST MATCH. PICK TtiE RESULT AND WIN THE WOlWg ' ^5o. , Fifty Pounds Sterling .will be presented to the person who. correctly estimates the result of the 4th Test match'between England and Australia, to commence in Sydney on or about February 2(5,1904. Should more 4han i one person . give * the -result,", the\x=req-\ amount will.be proportionately divided among them.' Should no competitor be exnctly correct, the amount will be 'givBil'.l&'theperson-w^ suit most closclv, but in the event of a' tie,' the prize will"bo;dr?idcd equally.;7 * .The 'following is an example for, competitors:— " 1 select the Australian Team to win the Fourth Tost Match by.... innings,...6... wickets,...2.;.runs. JOBS JONKH, 114 Mnrj-Htreet, J unee,:N.S:W.'' Competitoi's Jnust ..cut out _the label headed "Caution to the Public," which is on the yellow wrapper of each bottle • -of-WoEws's Schnapps;' and "write."their' selection on, the buck of it. :If atiy; : other part of the...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Laurel Hill Shooting Affair. BOTH YOUNGMEN SEVERELY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

The Laurel Hill Shooting Affair. Both young*mien- severely { injured. 'J The accidental discharge of apistolat LaurelfHilli on Thiiraday, ^sfc^.rejsult\x=req-\ in: two young men, Percy 'Woods, a. race-horse trainer* and John Thornton, son of Mrs. Thornton, of A.delong, being wounded, created a gtbom q&r the' large party of travellers^''visitors returning from. the Tumbarumba.races to "Adelong arid' other adjacent places, who were remaining for a few hours at the wayside inn. Shortly after lunch a number of men were in; the parlor where a piano was being played. Young Thornton aat.on-the table and picked up therefrom .a violin, the strings of which he started to draw the bow-across, when Woods entered, with an old fashion Oolt'6 pistol in his hand. He had got the weapon from the ( pocket of a coat in Tweedie's'Biros'.' sulky, who had been using it on the journey down'sboptingiat rabbits. It was bis intention, so it afterwards transpired, to fire the weapon off in the room to ...

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 — 19 January 1904

DENIAL ::j T WISH to PUBLICLY DENY a HUMOR ! L that'has been CIRCULATED to the :effect!that/the TUMUT AERATED WATER and CORDIAL FACTORY - is my property. It ,i's WHOLLY and SOLELY leased to my son ROBERT DOWNING; and I have " nothing whatever, direotly or indirectly, to do with the business. : REBECCA DOWNING, Star Hotel, Tujwut.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

CflAiiUKKr.AiN'a Oolic, Cholera ; and Diir\x=req-\ vhusa Remedy iB everywhere acknowledged ■to be 'iha most successful medicine in^tM* fov bowel oomplainta. It always cureaand cures,.quickly. It can be depended upon even irt the mogt seveie and niost 'dangerou* oases o! Cholera morbus, dysentery and diarrhoea. It should be taken at'the first unusual looseness of tbo bowels; For B&le by PEABCE & LONG, ADELONG; i 'Summer Bamplea now in; all the latest ■styles and ■ patterns to choose 'from. . Suits from £3 3s, at George Jackson's, Tailor next to Dr. Lee Surgery, Adelong. Pon't niajte aniiatake 1 GEOIf.GE JACII SON'S' Tailoring Establishment' ib s bfctwMp Dr. Lees' Surgory Passlow'g.

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 — 19 January 1904

Benfevoleint Societies -At|r(iial Srt tfi^ion. (Under tlie sanction of the Attorney-General • of N.S.W. " TO BE DRAWN IN • SYDNEY, IN FEBRUARY, 1904.; 100 PRIZES~ VALUE £1025\x=req-\ !/■ TICKETS 1/\x=req-\ Sohe Op The Principal Prizes : i Gold Kangaroo, net cash value £150—1st prize. - . Grand' Piano, guaran teed by Beal'e . & Co., value £i05~2nd prize. Hooded Buggy, value £50—4th prizq. , ->■ Dining Room and Bedroom suits, value £40—7th prize. Beale Sewing Machine, value £12 10s—20th prize. Drawing Room Suite, value £10 10s—21st prize, 45 prizes, consisting of various works o f\x=req-\ Art by the Presidents and -other leading-; members of the'Art Society of New South-' Wailes and the Victorian ■ Society of Artists;' • 9 prizes, consisting of Japanese Art Ware. 40 priies, consisting of E.P. Ware. Tickets (It) to be obtained from 'this undersigned-. Agents requited-'for the:Mlsr of Tickets. Apply. W.J.WALKER, Hon Sec., York Buildings, Market-street, Sydney. ... To the Ladi...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

ADELONG. Mr. G. Bruntnell,the temperance Jeoturer, gave an open-air address in Tnmut-street on Saturday night, ,and eotured in the Oddfellows' Hailjion • Sunday morning and ' evening. Mr. E. E.'Piwse, who went up for examination at Wagga under the Department of Public Instruction has beep, notified that he has won half a Bohotaahip^which entitles himio free trainirigai Fort-st. Model SchoqJ, ^hd also LS6 per year. Fourteen points of rain were regis, tered at the P.O. guage yesterday morning. After several days of very trying weather nice steady) r?wn,; precefeded'1 by thunder and lighting, started bn Sunday afternoon. News reached here-on ^Saturday i morning that Mr. Geo. Penriis, the! well known grazier and breeder of! trotting horses, of " Parkley," Hillaa j Greek, was drowned in the Murrum\x=req-\ bidgee that morning. It appears he, with his two sons, had been camped at the river, in Mr. Whitticker's pad\x=req-\ dook, iishing, and just preparatory to making a start for home he we...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

[DESIRE 'to "ERNP&B. ww, .SINCERI and&RATEPUL T HANKS *to< the kind friends who came to my assistance, after the death of my.latu^itqd wHo.:, Xl^eir kindn«ss I a%ri .nwifv foipgct,' ,anq J - twlmawledge ito rcueWtaB fVttW W. kind persona namad below who interested themselves in my b'ohftlf in getting in thp following sums.Jfrom Mr. J. Maidment, #8 Us 5 My. \V. Cbeetam, S,1Qb 1 MittS Donnelly, i!l fta; Mv. P. Crufee, 19ai Mr, H- MoNamaVft. 7s ; Mr, W. Dwyer, ij2 16 ad ■, Messrs, Arthur Buckley wad j. Withers i}5 7«, W. KIHE, JUNR.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial SYSNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

—+. ) il.: Colonial Sydney, Monday. | i The Australians made 388 in their farat innings. '<"> 1 'TheEnglishtaenaro ail out for 245 runs. 'Lilley, run out 28; Fielder, b Trumble-,*«6 ;-^Arnold -nob • out,-- -28-^ sundries 9. Australia have 8 out for 188, Duff, c Braurid b Hirst 14 ; Trumper, l.b w., b Rhodes, 49; Hill, b Fielder, 16. Gregory and Nob'e each gwith 19 are^batjiing.; ^ : v. £ v t! 'i ;,v I' Later, v At ihe c'ose ofto-day'e play the Australians had lost 4 wickets for 268 runs, Gregory scoring Ji2; and Noble being still in with a score'of 62, j sundr'es 7;: Sydney Tuesday Mornings Sheep.—6,343 were penned. ValuesAvere? slightly weaker; wethers, 12s 6d to 20s lOd; ewes, 12s to'lGs. Cattle.—1024 penned: The market was about ; lOshigher;. best beef, 28s per; lOOlbs; bullocks','£7 to £l'4 7s 6d ; cows,' £6 10s,to £9. Speaking on education matters yesterday,: Cardinal Moran invited the Government to send inspectors to examine the Catholic schools. 'He' had, he sai...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 January 1904

Valuable Town; Property. HAS received inatruotions from the - , REPRESENTATIVES in ..the ...Estate, of the ",'j Late Joseph Lambert, ; TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, .at the . :;T : ^.Commercial Hotel, on' . -'U-; Saturday, January 23, at 2 o'clock p.m. . :. r; tr V*' . f ' . ••••-: All that portion of land situated in.Broughton-street, being ' allotment 10 of section 47, i ; containing 2 roods (more •>i'if .or less) and on which is ; erected a 4-room cottage. Terms at Sale\x=req-\ •ii * ' ; ^ BLAND CLAYTON, ; 1 \ : Auctioneer, .J'umut Cottage Hospital- * The regulak annual mee iing y>j. contributors to4he tumut COTTAGE hospital'Will bo held at the council chambers, Russell-street, on thursday, the 21st-january iust., at 8 o'clook p.m; Be sinews ■ 1. To receive the Committee's report and Treasurer's balance-sheet. ■ 2. For election of Trustees (not exceeding five), ooinmittee of twelve, auditors. ' and other eleotive pfficers, and to . 'Itransaof any o'th^if. busings which , ' may...

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