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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 January 1904

! ADELONG. The rainfall since 1st January is 31Gpss. , The Grahamstown' "Gold ' Estates Co.: successfully floated their barge on Thursday. Mr. D. T.'Davies,' of the; Graharbs-- ' town Gold Estates, and his daughter, arrived in Adelong on Saturday, and intend .remaining.. here 'for, some months.: The Adelong ambulance .made .its first appearance in Gundagai 'on Wednesday last, when two patients, children of Mr. 0. Homan, were conveyed to the hospital for treatment. On Friday we received a wire from Balmain from Mrs'. Thornton stating that after great difficulty the bullet which lodged in Mr. Jack Thornton's leg had been located arid extracted and that the patient was doing well. Percy Woods, one of the •victims i of" .the .Laurel Hill shooting accident, whose injuries , were ; erroneously reported to result in the positive amputation of two fingers and possibly the hand at the wrist, has been discharged from the Gundagai Hospital. The hand was not shattered as severely as stated, and...

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 — 26 January 1904

4cfilbKWi\ , I - v_U 1 iiugland v. Australia, ; 4th TEST MATCH. PICK THE UESULT AND WIN THE ■v' ; WOI/W# sciijV^pp^ &o0. Fifty Pounds Sterling will be presented to the person who correctly estimates t,he result of the 4th Test match between England and Australia, to commence in Sydney on or about February^;, 1904. r~,Should more: than one person give the result, the amount will lie proportionately divided among them. Slftmld no compoUtor'bb ex'actly"'feoiTeet,"'the"*amount'"'\vilLTbe' gi ven to the person who states the result most closely, but-inthe event? of-a tie, tlio prize %yillibe. divided equally.. , The following is an example, for competitors:— ' ■ " , "1 sislecfc the AusiraliniuTeaiii to. win the Fourth Test Mute)) ... ..ililiinsrs,,, (j... wickets,. ..2. ..runs. ' JonN JoN'KS, . 114 iM.ir.v-sti'cat, Junco, X.S.W.'' Competitors" must cut out the" label headed "Caution to the Public," which is on the yellow wrapper ot each bottle, of Wolff.'s SoriNAws, and write the...

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 — 26 January 1904

WEDDING. DOWNING—GALVIN.     A very pretty wedding was solem- nised on Wednesday, January 6, at the residence of Mr. G. Galvin, Edward- street, Wagga, when his third     daughter, Frances Jean, was united to Mr. Robert Downing, eldest son of the late Robert Downing, of Tumut. the Rev. Father Slattery officiating. The ceremony was of a very quiet nature owing to illness in the bride's family, only the immediate relations being present. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked well in a trained gown of white silk hand- somely rucked and tucked, and trim- med with valenciennes lace and insertion, and streamers of white chiffon, tied at intervals with lover's knots of white ribbon, and the usual wreath of orange blossoms and veil. She was attended by two bridesmaids, her       sister, Miss Emily Galvin, wearing   floral muslin, trimmed with cream lace and insertion and Miss...

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 — 2 February 1904

WHEAT! WHEAT!! W5 are BUYERS of WHEAT for some of the LARGEST MILLS in the State and livite samples promptly. We ca-n effect INSURANCES on HAY STACKS and CROPS in an UNDOUBTED FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. : RAYMENT & RANKEN, Notice to Babbiters. I ^NY PERSONS found BABBITING on MOUNT HOREB ESTATE without my Mount Horeb, January 20, 1904. Riisael-street, • Tumut. Benevolent [Societies Snntikl S/t 1inior|. (Under the sanction of the Attorney-General of N.S.W. , TO BE DRAWN IN SYDNEY* IN FEBRUARY, 1904. • 100 PRIZES. VALUE £1025 1/- TICKETS 1/\x=req-\ Some Of The Principal Phizes : Gold Kangaroo, net cash value £150—1st prize. 1 'Grand Piano, guaranteed by Beale .& Co., value £105—2nd prize. Hooded Buggy, value £50—4th priz*. Dining Room and Bedroom suite, value £40—7th prize. ; Beale Sewing Machine, value £12 10s—20th prize. Drawing Room Suite, value £10 10 s—21st prize. 45prizes, consisting of -various works•• off. Art: by the Presidents and other leading; members of the A...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

Mail Services. From Junuary 1, 1904, the tiufes for the closing of mails at the respective post-offices are as follows:— ADELONG Shepardstown, Grahamstown, Adelong. Crossing, Gundagai, Sydney, &c., daily at 1.30 p.m. Middle Adelong, Batlow, Laurel Hill, Bago, Cherry Hill, Courabyra, and Tumba\x=req-\ rumba, on ' Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri\x=req-\ I days, at 12.30 p.m. Mt. Adrah, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 12.30 p.m. Sharp's Creek, on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12.30 p.m. TUMUT West Blowering and Yellowin —Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Laomalao and Argalong—Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Gocup—Tuesdays and Fridays, ai 1.15 p:m. Blowering, Talbingo, Yarrangobilly, Yar\x=req-\ rangobilly Caves and Eiandra—Tuesdays and,Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Gilmore, Adelong, Adelong Crossing, Gun\x=req-\ dagai, Cootamundra, South and Sydney\x=req-\ Daily, at 1,35 p.m. Money order and Government Savings Bank business tnansaoted between 9 a.m. and 5 pm. Postal notes sold between a.m. and 6 p.m.,...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARGALONG. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

ABGALONG. ANNUAL RACKS. The Argalong race committee held their.annual meeting on, Saturday last. The.attendance was large, there being a number of' sports from Tamufc. Mr. Strangman being present with ; his booth added materially to the comfort of the day's outing. The officers of the club worked.unanimously together, and their worthy secretary proved the right man in the rigbt place. The first race started at 12.30 p.m. The results were as follows :— Maiden Plate, of £1; for all horses that had never won a cash prize.— J Nine started. This was a splendid race, and the money was divided between Lynch's Don and 'Murray's Blank. The nfxt race was for a.' bridle. Seven started. Won by T. Keefe's Wyangle. Arga'ong Handicap of £3.—Green's If (12.7) 1, Murray's Loyalty (list) 2, Malone's -Ruby (11.2) 8 Nutall's Gu'rlew (8st) also started. This was a really tip-top race, and the handioappers ^ (Messrs. J. Harris, H. Lowther and J. Herlighy) deserve great credit, as there was very 'little d...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tumut Commons. ANNUAL MEETING OF COMMONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

: Tumut Commons. 'X'i AKNUAL MEETING OF COMMONERS.. The annual general meeting of the Tutriut town commoners was held at Nestor's .Woolpack Hotel on Friday night, 'Mr.' T. "Baker '(chairman' of trustees)' in the chair. '.There were 15 Mother commoners present. The,, minutes ,of the.' last meeting •were read' and confirmed. The Secretary read .the ..balance-, sheet for the ,year ending 'December 31, 1908; , •• : The ' Secretary \said he'..had no prepared report. The trustees started the year'"with-a-credit balance ofllOs 6d. After a .little .time they accumulated a few pounds. They . desired to carry out the fencing of the paddock, and Mr. E. Wilkinson had generously ; offered to lend them half the; money if they could raise the other- Half. This was done and the fenpo.. erected .at a total cost, of £48 ps ',8d.- At the end of the year they would.-have been prepared to pay offthe loan, but it had occurred, to the trustees to fence in' the bull paddock, which comprised 38 'acres, and ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Typhoid Outbreak. DR MASON'S REPORT ON THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

' The Typhoid Outbreak. 5 Dn MASON'S REPORT , ON THE CAUSE. The following is the repofct ifurnished by Dr. H. W, Mason, Resident Medical Officer, to the 'Board of Health, on the recent typhoid outbreak beyond Newtown :— Turaut, 29th January, 1901. The President, Board of Health, Sydney. Dear Sir,—According to instructions, I am forwarding a report of the cause of the outbreak of typhoid in H. Foster's family; as also of the sanitary condition of the town of Tumut. In order to facilitate matters, I will explain the sanitary system now in force, together with its advantages and; defects. Some 8(52 closets are in use 111 the town. These are all emptied once a week, except .10 families, nine of whom have two pans emptied twice and one three times. These do not include the hotels. There are seven hotels, five of whom have pans emptied once a week ; two others have a combination of once and twice removal weekly. Thirty two' pans are removed by the cart, with lids of pans screwed down— the...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

Thi Case of RJr.' R. SHANNON.; (»T OUR BKP^lWQSR). From faded letters and dimly-remembered : talk of those who once clund fo.Vdly'fco 'tVie' legends and traditions of «K1, only a very-,: hiizy >; outline > of-'eventu can generally be obtained, %o folr^L,^iVt;>r4<'iini'cmpata.' ifej.ia advisable io get^oTii' infortnatioiv as opportunity affords. This ohjoct leij to a reporter's visit to Mr. JjUdurd Slianic'Jny<-.of tioganjo, St. Jame8,-road,:.Waveriey, on'.e # resident of Balmain',referenoe to which fact appears below. " Whan I was living in Birchgrove-road, Balmain,''said Mr. Shannon, " I had an experience which lean refer to very feelingly. It is in relation to my health, .-which gave me considerable trouble and anxiety. I oould not enjoy anything, so yon may gues» I was'in a bad way. I felt thorough1-^ knocked out, having no energy in my body to do any work, and looking upon aK matters which came nnder my notice as beiug too troublesome, to be though...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

Mr. (1. Ch'iU 'having withiljcawa bis sarup in, connection with the elootion of aldermen to fill the three vacancies on the Tuput Municipal Council, ...Dr. H. W. Mason, and Messrs W. D. P. O'Brien and 11.: Dour, being the only other candidates accept-; ing nomination, -vvill. be' declared elocted at noon to-day. Change or Water often brings on Diarrhoea. lior this reasonr many experienced • travellers carry a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy witb: them to bo used in'case of an emergency.' This preparation has no equal ns a enro for. bowel complaints. It cannot bo obtained; while on bo'tud the ears or steamship, ,and that is where it is most likely to be needed. Bay a botile before leaving home. For sale by PEA11CE ALONG, ADELONG. -Summer samples now in; all the latest styles and patterns to choose from. . Suits roip £3 8s, at Geoiiqk Jackson's, Tailor , uesfc to Dr, Loo Surgery, Atfoloug.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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A NUSIANCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

,,, A KUSIANCE. • (To the Editor.) 'Sin;—Will you'Kindly 'grant' nie 'space1 in your valuable paper to; ask?'our energetic Inspector of Kusiances to take a walk up to the,top end of the .town. (adjaeent to our respectful C.P.'S residence ' some Sunday night, and he will fttifl a splendid haul—not of;>fish,-but1 'barriers' horses, with huge: bullock bells attached "to their neck's, making asmost; infernal'' din.- Sleeping under the' circumstances is out of the question. ; All night long this goes on, and to any one ' who is unwell must be very annoying. It :is <rio unusual spectacle to seethe1 'neighbourskout in'pyjariiiis'and with.stookwhip's driving the team away, which however returns' again' directly one retires.. Trusting our Inspector will pound the lot-^-bella, owner and all —and let us got some rest,is>the earnest ,wish,pf the residents of tliatlodahty.— lanv&c;; *■ "INSOMNIA." Tumut, Feb. 1,1904. "'At*'last """nigbt'a-. ^btydfpaT douti'-"5 cil meetin...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. Scalp day February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

ADELON& Scalp day February 18. It may not be out of ;place to wring under the notice of the committee of the Adelong A. & P. Association the advisability of making a stir with regard to their next show in the spring. At the time the Tumut Show is being held would be opportune for apprising the public that the infantile Society intends to grow with the' advance of time, and that next show will be mitde as attractive as the fullest limits pf the association will permit. . . The matter of establishing a sanitary depot at Adelong appears to\x=req-\ have been allowed to drop into oblivion, notwithstanding 'that the necessity for it was so loudly proclaimed some mon ths back. 11 wan ta another outbreak of infectious disease to remind the authorities of their responsibilities to the ^people respecting the safeguarding of public health. A price has been obtained for the removal of the pans, &c., within the area to be proclaimed .and this is as far as the; matter went...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

OUR OPEN COLUMN; We gladly give space tothe opinions of 'cor\x=req-\ ■ respondents on public matters, but absolve ourselves from any responsibility. .The name of each correspondent must ■ , ^accompany letters to be ins rted under I 'f-'fliis head, riot necessarily for publica\x=req-\ •, r». tion; but as a guarantee of good faith; '

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AMBULANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

.AMBULANCE MEETING. A meeting of subscribers -of the Ambulance Fund was held at Perkins' Post Office . Hotel on Thursday last. Present: Messrs. A. "W. Molineaux (chair), C. Passlow, J. G. McLaughlin,; W. D.! Heather, J.l Benson, G.T.: Budd, H. C. Aiken (secretary), "VV. Taylor and W. Roche. Tbe;mimites of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Resolved that the committee accept the offor of the Trustees of the Literary Institute to allow them ,to! erect a building on their grounds to house the ambulance waggon. Resolved that Mr. C. Passlow be asked to draw up specifications forithe erection of a suitable building. Resolved that the secretary call for tenders returnable on February 4, at 6 p.m for erection of the buiiding. Next meeting is to be held on March 4 at MoLaughlin's Hotel. The secretary was notified that the Adelong Athletic Association intended to hold a sports meeting on the Recreation Ground on "Easter Monday, and intended devoting half the nett pro ceeas towards ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Original Poetry. WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

©r'i|inal Poetrv;. WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF A FRIEND.' How hard it. is to breathe to Ifiends .we love A last good-bye, j. When'tis the sovereign will of' God above That*theyimustidie.-j;w^.r,v»-l--^^ Yet, freguent here, those solemn partings are: j Eaolt diyA4hit^8|tiprn . : Sees some beloved one pass beyond the'b'ar ;' Leaves hearts to,mourn ; . / Bears from our sight, but not our hearts, away,' Some, loving friend ,; , . , , .. Sees from the eye, where joy shpne'yesterday, Sad tears descend. ■' : None uve. exempt-from those sad partings here In ;Life's short day. . ■-■, . ' - V. From every eye,grief's sigh and sparkling tear . Sometimes must stray. In every home there is,,or yet shall be, ■ A vacant place. In every heart not void of sympathy ' There is n. trace Of sorrow o'er »,the "loss of someone-.-dear : From eartli'aloof'V . •"! Some friend that's worthy of the shining tear— . . Affection's.. proof. This world is • full. of - partings:" .Tears and j sigh1; J r Our joys exceed.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

ifod of the Heasoi} rnpHE following'Mine's will be' sold J_ vEegardless. of Cost •BLACK'AND WHITE FOULARDS ... •■-FANCY BLOUSE SILKS .POLONAISE LINING SILKS .TAFFETA LINING- SILKS COL; JAV. SITiKS •'-'■ TUSSOU SILKS DARK "GROUND PRINTS -LIGHT GROUND PRINTS ' 'FLORAL -MEHCEIilSED SATEENS SPOT-TED. MERCERISED SATEENS FLAKED AND '-CHECK-ZEPHYRS WHITE PIQUES . : BORDERED DELAINES V ' .FLORAL MUSLINS ,SPOTTED MUSLINS • • -SWISS MUSLINS " • COLOURED I LINEN • "LINEN CRASH ' LACE, LACE, LACE ^ • -^BILLED MUSLIN: HATS 'PANAMAHATS " -WHITE! STRAW FLOP HATS WHITE AND FANCY. DHOOS1' ' WHITE CHIP: CAPE LINES •WRITE WASH IXC i HA i S -UNDERCLOTHING • • ... HOSIERY ' :GLOVES HENfS-AND BOYS CLOTHING .SUMMER SHIRTS in endless-variety MEtffS''''AiND.^'BOYS'^LEGHORN1'' TUSCAN. BOATEB'S'•■'rand • W 'large variety of FELT HATS - ' ; BOOTS BOOTS BOOTS! 'All'tioots"and shoes to be sold regardless of .cost. ■. • ■ ■ ■■ , V A large stock -of Canadian boots and shoes to arrive. The present stock must be sol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

W.W.M. LITTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Lite Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. W. HOWARD R0S8EL, SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG\x=req-\ Sereral sums of money to lend on 'approved seouriry. IJ. Macquarie ^assail, Jfargrcn J&aiisi, TUMUT. "'Nothing Succeeds Like Success." E. A. Fitzgerald, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, TVAGGA WAGttA. Established 1884'j All Wines guaranteed • absolutely pure; free from saccharine or other deleterious matters. No doctored Wines kept in stock. W. H. Bridle, local Agent. THE, GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. Q THE WEEK, Wholesale and Ret a 0, Butcher, in thanking the public o ftrahamstown and surrounding district fo tlw patronage accorded to him in the paist tssureshis customers that by laughterin he very best beasts procurable in the di rict ho will endeavour to supply them with Beat as prime as that for which his butcher has hitherto been reputed. Corned Me...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1904. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

"fpl?e (pumitf s^dtfoca-te.'' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1904. ' - -: ■ .£ : GENERAL. W. Eurell's tender of £40 for the conveyance of mails between the rail-; way station and the Post-office, Tumut, six times a week, in a 4-wheeled, covered-iu vehicle drawn by one or more horses, has been accepted. The gratifying intelligence was received on Thursday from the Colonial Office that the Governor had been authorised to assent on behalf of His Majesty to the Re-distribution ,of floats Bill providing for the reduction of members. Messrs. F. Taylor and H. H. Crouch . (manager for the Tumut Butter Co,) have leased Mr. J. Elliot's " Elwood " estate at Lacmalac and intend embarking largely in the dairying industry. Mr. Elliot has, we understand, secured the important appointment of manager of Walla Walla station. Mr. Win. O'Brien, of the firm of Messrs W. D. P. O'Brien and son, made, his maiden effort in weilding the hammer at the Commercial sale yards on Saturday last, succeeding in disposing of a ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Divine Services. PRESBYTERIAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 February 1904

Divine Services. PRESBYTERIAN. Thursday, Fede^aty 4. Tuinut, 11 a.m. (thanksgiving). Bombowleo Creek, 7.30 p.m. {Sunday, February 7. Tumut, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Adelong, 3 p.m. BEY. DB. CLOUSTON.

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