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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

, SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG Several sums of money to lend on approved securiry. W.W.I. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST • [begisteked] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. : 1§. ^assail, TUMUT. ''Nothing Succeeds Like Success." E. A. Fitzgerald, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGGA WAGGA. Established 1884] All Wines guaranteed absolutely - pure; free from saccharine or other deleterious matters. No dodtored . Wines kept in stock. W. H. Bridle, local Agent, v - THE -GEAHAMSTOWN ■ : Butchering Establishment. Q TEBWEBIv, Wholesale and Beta O. Butcher, in thanking the public o 'Grahamstown and surrounding district fo th<? patronage accorded to him in the , pa '.jsures his customers that by laughteri he very best beasts procurable in the di rict he will endeavour to supply them with meat as prime as that for which his butch i ] . has hitherto been reputed.. : Corned Meats & Small Goous Once d...

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 — 23 February 1904

.vAs Uboallt Tua.vi,'Ejj n -.-Bpain will fl*a ■able tlip injured peraon i'or throe ov four wooks, but. if Chamberlain's Pain lialm is freely applied a complete cure may be cffcotyd m n vevy few days. Pain Jtitvlm also cuvoa rhemnatiiun, cuts, bruises and burns. 'Foi sale by PEAJtiGE & LONG, Al^LONG, Summer samples now in; all ibd latest styles and patterns to choose irora. : Suits from £3 3s, at George Jackbw's, Tailora .ext to.Dr. Loo Suvgevy, Adoloug,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Tumut Advocae." TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1904. Farmers in Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

" ^pumut ^dOocafe.'' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1904. . .uFarmers in. Politics ^The Farmers and Settlers' Association have at length awakened to the necessity.of making-their power felt . in matters political, and to that end . have formulated a scheme for united organisation by ;:all the branches throughout the State. When we first published the opinion that the men on the land would be obliged to combine forces for their mutual and collective benefit, while other combines of in dustry were organising for a similar purpose of self-preservation, and par ticularly at a time when the Govern ment in office were riot disposed , to look with favor upon the representa tions coming from the Farmers and Settlers' Association,. - the idea was scornfully : scouted; but the lapse of time.has told its tale, which now bears out 'the wisdom of the advice • then . given.' • The farmers in the State con stitute a> fair proportion"of the popula tion,-and while.other sections of -the community-are clam...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

EL STE WART, * Plumber, ' &c., having been licensed by. the Tumufc Municipal Council, is prepared : to. carry out connections with the water' mains.* .Div, Jameson < has found 'a new M tiisfcry an Cape Colony from the ^ro'/rcssivfis.' JS,; 1 ■ PiVEiiY OoMMnNiTY has 'been .benefited by •Use'1 i<virn^u':iiim <>? Gbaniberam's 'Colic, v!i>-'-:or'v . -.Kill Di'.!'rir cv Rt!:>ie>!v. -.nit) this country. Then* -u oOarcoly< a-neigubourhood but tlmt somennecun be found whose life n.-is been saved by its use It is the best kni'wn medicine for all forms of stomach iind-bowel troubles. J never fails to give immediate relief and can always be de pended upon. 'For sale by PEAJRCE it LONG, AD5L0NG. ' STOP DRAGGING ALONG. If your .household or business cares exact so much energy that sometimes you feel run down, it is wise to at once take... 4 VITADATIO It may be that your weakened state is a warning of coming ill ness and... VITADATIO...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

TELl!(illA.\iS. | rv-v -,W Colonial. . • Sydney. Tuesday. Wheat, ;8s to 8a 2d; sellers offering freely at 8s OJd to 8s. ' r Oats, local, Is 9d to la 10d. Maize, old, 2s 8d to 2s 6d; prime neWj 2h 5(1 to 2s 6d. Sheep are firmer; best raerinoeB 21s; medium, from 18s 6d; ewes, 12s to 17s. Cows, L6 to L9 7s. Best beef 24s per lOOlbs. A caucus of the Federal Labor party was held yesterday, when Mr. J. C. Watson was re-elected leader in the House of Representatives, and Mr. McGregor, leader in the Senate.' An important section of the caucus Was favourable to a coalition Ministry, hereby creating a party loan prin cipally by means of the caucus; but it was inadij clear t.bpt the partv would not support. Mr. Reid.,, If Mr. Deakin persists .in his.^opposition to the in clusion of civil "erviints in the iJ jiupuisqiy :Vrbitra:iou ; Bill, the lu ibor iparty; will vote . it against him. ' *(V well-lviown criminal. Patrick ;»lcOabo, wa:: run to earth at, Ad"laide yesterday, nfteran exciting chas...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

WAGGA RACES. The summer meeting of the Mur rumbidgee Turf tClub was held ai Wagga on Wednesday and .Thursday. 'The heat together with the fact'that the Quarter.sessions were on, militated against the attendance. Taken ail, through the sport provided was very interesting, some of the finishes being, t particularly---exciting.-- Eesul s :■— -: Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs.—Lucky; ijQhar'm (7.18) tl, Noble (8.6) 2, iln?; verona (8.11) 8. Won by a length. ,and a half. Tirne, 1.18. , High-weight (Handicap, 7 fur longs.—Jas. Iveefe's Mist (8.7 W; Black) il,fLady .Olive (9.8) 2, Old Gold,' (8.11) 8. Gazelle (9.9) nnd Bocldey (8.7) alsosran.' Won by three.lengths, in l.Blv Mist was favourite at-2}to 1; against. „Fi,rst Hurdle JEtace, 2' miles.—I1-, lusiou : (0:12) -,1, Starlock (lOst) % liurenda ({;.{5) 5J. A ding-dong race between tbo Arsfc two, Won by a neck, Burehda was "out of the hunt." Time 8.-58. Summer Handicap, 1 mile.—Merid ian (9.5, J. Carney) 1, Always (6.7) 2, First M&y (8....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

SPOUTING. THE TURF RACING FiXTUliES. Gundagai Eacing Club, March 9 and 10. Tumut Turf Club, March 16 and 17. Tarcutta Eacing Club, April 4. Albury Eacing Club, April 19 and 20. Young Turf Club, April 27 and 28. Wagga Cup meeting, May 4 and 5. Narandera Turf Club, May 18. and 19.:" t: Junes Eacing Club, May 11 anc1 12;' ' • The Tumufc Turf Club's Annual Eaces .are to be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 16 and 17, and the committee have .provided a. first-class programme. "The chief events are the Tumut T.C. Handicap (L50 aud^ •trophy,.«1 J mile), Town Place;,(50, 1 mile), First Hurdles L30, about 2J miles). Nominations for tthe first • three.events.close.at 8 p.m. on Thurs day next; and for the Second Hurdles ..on-.night of; general vventry, March 14, with the secretary, "Mr.'N. McMamara. 'Crick, who came to grief in "the HurdleBace at the'Cootainundra Gup; meeiing,;ha3 beoiisleft, in .the hands of -Mr; T/Carberry for1 treatment. ■In the Flying Welter at Walcha races on Wednesda...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

THE WAR. + RUSSIA AND JAPAN. London, Friday. A communique which has . bean issued in St. Petersburg states fcba'. the distance of the territory • so treache.ronsly, attacked ■ from th ;principjil Russian basis, » ml the Czar de-ire to maintain ;po-tc«v were ;th> ■ causes' why.nt' was not. po:-.sihie., to. p :o-, pare for the -present w ir a 1 nig time! ■in ailva >ce. • - " 'It " is now ••iieuosaary," ■ the communique .vdils, " to stake Japan a blow worthy of Russia's might ami dignity." The ■ 'Russian communique hiis excited feelings of amazement in Vienna,-where diplomatists regard i: as betraying almost bewilderment. ; It; beingmanifest from the tone and 'terms of the Russian communique that active land operations are not expecteu in the Far Eastern struggle for some .Dime'' ,to couie, sharp declines -have taken place in the prices of aecuritin. upon both the Paris and Rerlin Bourses; Commenting this morning upon the Russian communique, "The Times" holds that it is intended ...

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 — 23 February 1904

CRICKET. A crickei match was played between, teams representing the Adelong and Wcndalga clubs on Wednesday last on the latters ground, and resulted in a win for the visitors bv 7 wi^ets.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

OUR OPEN COLUMN We gladly give space to the opinions of cw> • respondents on public matters, but -ab solve ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent. must accompany letters to be ins rted under this head, not .necessarily, for ^publica tion, but as a guarantee of.good,faith., J.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

ADELONG. The weather during the past week has been exceedingly trying. On Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday the maximum by the P.O. thermometer was respectively 100, 97 and 99 degrees. A good fall of rain \yould be a great boon now. Stock of all kinds are falling away. Mr. S. Smiles has been seriously ill during the past week and is under the care of Dr. Lees. A large fire has been raging id the vicinity of Oberne (below the 'wool shed) during the last fow days, but has been got under control by burning trails around it. A-musical treat is expected to-be provided on Tuesday night at the Oddfellows' Hall, When Miss Kate ■ffowarde's new company will stage the musical comedy entitled " The girl from Appenzall." The country papers are very eulogistic in their ire ports of the merits of the company: 1 Several large parties have passed through here during the past week f rom the Eiverina, en route for the Caves, which apparently are in creasing very much in popularity with the folks down th...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE MIDDLE ADELONG BRIDGE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

THE MIDDLE ADELONG " / BRIDGE..; (To the Editor,) Sir,--The ..bridge atReilly's crossing i is in a ypty unsafe condition ; ;one of the ; giraera ia nearly rotted away. Scores of vehicles pass over it weekly, probably -without the slightest sus picion, on the part of the drivers thereof, of the great risk; they run of a sudden and nasty drop into the bed of the Adelong Creek. Their attention is hereby respectfully drawn thereto, as is, also, that of the officials whoso duty it is to look after these affairs. This bridge has been /erected about twenty-four years, an^, apparently, very little attention has hasp paid it since. It would be - a wise siep for the users .of this bridge to send fi ipetition along to the Works Depart ment, through the Jocal member, and •that at once, for delays iire 'dariger ■cup, -lam, &c., QUT&IPER, !

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

GENERAL. Catologues for the Show can bo ob at this office, or from the "runners " to morrow morning; price 6d. - Mrs. IDoughty, of <Glenroy, near Tumbarumba,. died on;Priday.morning from the effects of burns. ,. At the Wagga Quarter Sessions, last, week, a swagman •. named 'Williams Carroll was sentenced to seveivyears penal servitudo for an attempted rape on a servant girl. ' < " > ' i » ■ Sir Win. Lyneis to be entertained at a banquet by the electors at Guu dagai on March 14. It is stated that Sir William will shortly pay. a visit to: the Yarrangobilly Caves and Lobb's. Hole. A. telegram from Tumbarumba states' that a well-known horsebreaker and cross-country rider named John; Wright, employed at the Burra station,, ■met with a serious accident on Thurs day night, being thrown from a young horse. On Tuesday last Mr. William Nugent, son Mr. P. Nugent, of Humula, was married to Miss Mary Justice, second daughter of Mr. P. Justice, of Tarcutta. The wedding wa...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 23 February 1904

THE BALL. The ball was a unique success, both as a social function and from a financial point of view. About 35 couple occupied an excellent floor, and spent a night of thorough enjoyment dancing to the strains of Messrs. Brown, Corbett and Seanlon's music.   Mr. B. J. Reardon acted as M.G., arid anyone who knows what a good   night's dance on Batlow means'.- ,will understand that the night wa i very busy one for him. I was .mnaole ito. obtain a description of all the dresses worn by the ladies present, but give: a a list of those received, with apologies for any omissions:—-Miss iJBourgoihe,: eau de nil; Miss "J. Bourgoine, cream; Mrs. McPhillips, floral mus lin ; Miss Carter, floral muslin ; Miss JButler, white, black ribbon ;• Misi-'A:; Hartnell, white and pink; Miss: Hartnell, white and blue; Mrs. W. Purcell, black, white muslin ; Mrs. Sehintler, black ; Miss Knight, :white, blue ribbons; Miss Corbett, cream muslin ; Miss N. Corbett, i heliotrope and bl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

GER Attack it at the Start Tne Case of Mr. P. J. HORCAN. (BY a SYDNEY REPORTER.) . Without going far afield our reporter lately camo into contact "with a very;; practical matter • in which we are all in-' te'-estuil. 'It is commented upon ,by . Mr. : Patrick John H rgan, of No. 7 Noimun- | street, Darlinghurst, who for the ; past - twenty-six years has lived within a stone's ■: throw of his present address. "You were living in this locality when ' you experienced.a-great misfortune,-I am told," queried the newspaper man. " That is a fact, " was Mr. Hoi gan's brisk reply. "It is several years since I was taken ill through catchiug a severe cold :■ one day, and it' is really marvellous >vhut . a deil of trouble sometimes results from n simple cause. A nasty hacking cough came and shook my, system terribly, beside* keeping me awake when I ought 'to have j been resting. The upshot of it was thai ;• I lost all my vitality and never -felt dis- : posed to attend to my business as in ' f...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Hume Federal Election. A THREATENED LIBEL ACTION THE OUTCOME. MR. W. JOHNSON v. SIR WMILYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

The Hume/Federal Election. . \\ THREATENED LIBEL/'ACTION THE. OUTCOME. Si R-. -W., JOHNSON -v.s Slli ".. : ""'WM'.'LYNE. Miu>W;-Johnso*n,;the!Babor-candidate; •avJio ..witbdrewfrom; theorecent 'Hume' coutesfc after a:vigorous canvass ot the greater rpartfof the electorate,•"writes: from ^Orange ■ to an - Albury/friend.as follows : —" I did intend to allow Sn' ■■■William'si. little i^pko -.about vniy.-, scab-i bmg, bweatmg workmen, &c., to'go with contempt; but so : many letters1 have - 'reached the -''Worker' >anr( Q mon v offices about it • fch atvi:arn -com pelled'to''straighteir things up afbit-/ With this erid m view, I -have obtained1 oopies ^ofi all s tho^papers^vhichf.pub-:. ushed ,a; letter \ written. by /Mr. JWm. l3ndgment~, to "Sir William. Also i\\orn declarations fro^), 10 men'who bave rbeen ;in,',inyi employ.nat various times ^nd; for,vanous:terms,dnring.the past .'14 - years !;that -the"<allegations made m." the; letter."(are,untrue ; ralso the...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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District Requirements. REPRESENT ATIONS TO THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

«District Requirements- j • REPBESENT ATIONS T() \ ,THE< MINISTER ; ■; OF -'imBLIG •' * "WORKS. ■ ONM'fiFriday morning Mr. <E. W,; O'Sullivau, Minister of; Public1 Worksjv. was waited on at Bonnelly's t.Gommer-s cial Hotel by a number of residents wHol . had^district;needs to represent, -Sir. 'E.'Donaldsoh, M;L.A., introduced!the^ several 'spokesmen, and seated that. :ne-of.tliG principal matters .they,.bad torbring* before the Minister. was-, the' proposed formation of a road (to Jjobb's'Hole. There were groat - pros pects ahead of this locality .which\eni braced -considerable mineral.*; wealth' chiefly;in copper. Under present con-; ^itiops the. mineowners were :obliged tOi.packi the, copper ore on horseback- a i distance of,about .2% smilesto ithe , nearest' point to the mine ■ accessible by !)t6ams, and notwithstanding this grave disability they ' have : succeeded iirdeveloping the mineral lodes .and Qpenmg'up a profitable. industry; The Jiinister had previ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

A PREFEREHTm!. KiSS Fills the (Customs) Bill of ALL SMOKERS who believe in quality first and foremost. When this is the case Yankee Doodle W PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT TINS DAKK or BRIGHT. OR "Y D" MIXTURE is preferred to all others.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MARCH 1,1904 GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

" (pl?e ^pumut .sSAdtfocate." TUESDAY, MARCH 1,1904 GrENERAL. Attention is especially directed to the sale of the farm at Deep Greek in the estate of the late Thomas Howe. The stock, implements, &c., will also be submitted. The sale takes place at the farm to-morrow, starting ai 2 p.m. Messrs. Footit Bros., the owners of the draught stallion Royal Charley, the winner of the champion prize ana prize for the best horse' for producing active farm stock, a,t the Tumut Show, have sold the champion to Mr. W. H. Bryant, of Bombala, at a high figure. Mr. Wm. O'Brien, who has been an inmate of the Tumut Hospital for a few weeks, suffering from typhoid, bas so far convalesced as to allow of his discharge from the institution to make room for another patient who is seriously ill. Mr. O'Brien, however, has not yet recovered from his illness. The rabbit trappers supplying carcases to the Rosebank freezing 'works pulled up traps on Saturday on the annoucement being confirmed that a reduct...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

Home and Foreign London, Monrlnv. •The British War Office Estimates amount to £20,900,000, -providing for 227,000 men. The Reform Committee's rep-m recommentla the. abolition of'■ the Army Corps. Eight administrative districts will be brought under live, Generals. The whole artillery will be 1 re-armed with quiet-firere by 1907. A hundred Japanese women have , reached'Nagasaka from Port Arthur.; : They declare they were outraged by Russians, who stole their belong ings- ; ■ ; The' Russians dispersed a small Japanese detachment south of the Yalu River. ' Russia has agreed to conditions for ' the release on parole of troops res cued in the Chernulfo fight. The damaged battleship Retvitzan has been abandoned and the Czare vitch is only kept afloat by constant ; pumping. . / Siberian fugitives are crowding all the trains for Europe. They present a most pitiable aspect. The Russians sent cruisers out of : Port Arthur for the purpose of enticing the Japanese fleet within short range, but ...

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