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

COURABYRA The rabbits are even more plentiful than ever, though many; have been destroyed by phosphorised pollard, sap, and trapping. Nothing seems to beable to rid us of the pest while the reserves are left unpbisoned. It is easy, to poison on the clear flats, but, in the scrub, tracks have to be cleared for the maehine, and there are many places on the sides of the ranges where it is impossible for a distributer' to go. Snakes are very numerous here this year. One resident informs me that he has killed no less than twelve of these reptiles. Some say that the phosphorus laid for rabbits kills-snakes, but the above statement does not bear this out. Cricketin this district seems on the downward path. Once it. was a flourishing recreation and I am sure there are many who mourn at thisde-, cliae. feart yeifr tha Cherry Hill club: played 11 games, but so far only three have taken piace this season. Our energetic club secretary left for fresh fields some time ago and, may be, that accoun...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

TET.MtRa.vIS. Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday. The test cricket match was not re sumed yesterday, owing to the wicket being under water. " , The Stale revenue for February amounted to £1,701,400, being an in crease of £121.701 on the corres ponding month last year. The Commonwealth refund for one month was increased 'by £62,000, land tax by £18,000; railways, £450,800. Wheat 3s 3d to 8s 4d ; sellers are offering more freely. Chickwheat at 2s 41 to 2s lid. Oats, local, Is 9d to Is lOd ; imported, Is 9d to 2s 4d. Maize, old, 2s 3d; prime dry, new, 2* 3!. Fourteen applications for the position of Director of Forest at £700 a , year have been received by the Government. Dr. Dowie held several meetings in : Melbourne, addressing altogether 5000 persons. He attacked the Bishop of Melbourne • for-his con- : nection with Free-masonry. ^ - Mr. Deakin positively denies the existence of any secret agreement 'between the Government and the Labor party. 'Horrible revelations were made at the trial of ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Tumut A. and P. Association's Show. SOME NOTES IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

Tumut A. and P. Asso ciation's Show. , SOME NOTES IMPRES SIONS. : Sanguine, as thiB committee and secre tary df the Tumut: A. and P. Asso- , ciation were, of this year's show su?- i passing, in most respects, any .held inJ the annals of thje association , no Vone ' will say, now that the exhibition is over, that their confidence wis mis placed. A prolific season in a dis trict of superior capabalities is, pro viding the people have the energy and desire to produce, sure to to be the precursor of plentitude; but in the case of last week's show there was more than the result of a good har vest noticeable. Other factors con tributed largely to the great success achieved. As. was remarked by the judge >n the horse section, the class, quality and number of horses competing were equal to any country show in the State, Wagga and Alhury not excepted. Nearly every class was well represen ted, and the competition was particu larly keen. In several instances horses taking prizes at previous...

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 — 1 March 1904

Evkhy Community has been benefited by the introduction of Chambei'ltiin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy into this country. There is scarcely a neighbourhood but that someone can be found whose life has been Baved by its use . It is the ibest known medicine for nil forms of stomach and bowel troubles. Ii never fails to give immediate relief and can always be de pended upon. For sale by PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. Aft UsuAi/iiV Tueated a sprain will dis able the injured person for three or four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Pain Balm is freely applied a complete oure may be effected in a very few days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, >outs, bruises and burns. I'oi sale by PEAlvCIi &.-LONG, APHLONG.- * J ... ... Tumut Turf Club. SALE OF RIGHTS. THE RIGHT o£ No. 3 publican's booth, No, 1 vefvoshmeut ibofth, ilunqheon room aiid 8aji(lwioh roominconneotion with , the annual races, will be sold ,by auction at the Commercial Hotel on "WEDNESDAY. MARCH- 2, ^t '2.80 o'cloc...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SOCIAL TO THE JUDGES AND VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

SOCIAL TO THE JUDGES AND VISITORS. As a send-off ib the judges and visitors, a social took place at Don nelly's Commercial Hotel on Friday morning. Mr. Geo. Clout (president) occupied the chair. There were about 50 present, including Messrs. E. W. O'Sullivan (Minister for Public Works), E.Donaldson and A. Kelly, Mg.L.A., C. M. Stuart (Inspecting Engineer Works Department), T. B. Cooper (secretary to Mr. O'Sullivan) and Messrs. P. M. Bourke, J. Cart- j wright and E. G. Ward (judges). The Chairman, in his opening re marks, regretted that many things had militated against a larger atten dance. The special train the previous night had taken away most of the judges. He was pleased at the pre senca of the Minister for Works, mem bers of Parliament and other visitors, whom he gave a hearty welcome and an invitation to come again next year. He proposed the customary loyal toast of "The King," and followed with " Our Judges." He thought the judges had done well; some of them had had difficul...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

Farm and Station • V ; A .conference of delegates from the ; Cootamundra and neighbouring agri-; •cultural societies, to consider .matters! of mutual interest, was held at Coota-; mundra last Wednesday. Delegates .were present from Cootamundra, ^Teinora, :Gundagai, Junee, Wyalong, land Young. ^ Mr.'F. Manning was ap pointed chairman, . and . Mr. T. Williams secretary 'to the conference. Resolutions were agreed to, fixing the membership subscriptions, and • to limiting' -the distribution' of Itospi fcalitv by societies at ibeir aiuniiil shows. .i±hafo!lowing;motion, moved by Mr. E. H. Hunt, was carried, " That the societies of the southern caoieianas and the south western slopes approve of the departmental suggestion to.abolish special, grants, and add the amount usually set aside for the same to the ordinary sub sidies." It was resolved to ask the Minister to hold periodical examina tions for the purpose of issuing certifi cates to judges. Other important business was transacted, an...

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

MARTYR TO -• Mr. Edmund Quinlan, 39 Oxford 8trtet, Paddington, tells what Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills did for him. What diHorder causes mch mental and phvi-ieal agrny iswh.n th- Kidneys are diseased? Tiicy act as a filter for the liloori, and when they are -stopped up the entire^system becoiries afE.cted/ ' The stiver —so intimately ugpociated with the Kid neys—ulso fails to perform its proper duties. No better te*tiinrhy as t-> the rre.-it medicinal \'alue of D;-. Morse's Indian R..ot Hills couiti be offered than that of Mr. Quinlan, who, as he says, was • "M >rtyr tu Kidney Trouble;" We «•» his own words :— "For many years I was a martyr;to Kldmy Trouble; div baok was so bad that my work became a misery to me, in fact t had to give it up (or , months. I was recommended to try Indian Boot Pills by a friend or mine who bad derived great benefit Irom them, and I must bleu that j friend . for drawing my notice to them. To «ay that I only derived benefit from them would not be ...

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

RC, Bazaar. Notwithstanding the several counter attractions, the bazaar held on show -nights and Friday and Saturday in O'Brien's Hall to raise funds for renovating the B.C. Church, received good patronage on the whole, though the rain preventedBa large attendance on Wednesday night. There were four stalls, which were nicely draped and tastefully decorated, considerable trouble having been gone to in <he elaborate preparations. On the riurhi was the '• Convent 8rail," presided over by Mrs. O'Neill and R. D.iar, with J O'Keufe and ^i-ises iMasrefs, WichVO.'Kteefc, Denn'in'j'Ttf : 0 i-'eef' and M.' Maione as assistants. The "Fancy Stall," opposite. was in charge of Mrs. . Nash, assisted -;by Mesdames Quilty and J. Beale jr. and pisses Nash, Nestor, Downing (4), and |0. McLeish. Mrs. M. S. Downing Mnt valuable aid in the decorations'. jViesdames O'Mara, O'Oonnell and McRvoy had the produce stall, with Musters' Joe McEvoy; and Lawrence Cruise, as assistants. Miss Purcell Cond...

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 — 1 March 1904

Clearance Sale. '?FT!HE following lines will be sold JL Regardless of Cost * BLACK AND WHITE FOULARDS FANCY BLOUSE SILKS POLONAISE LINING SILKS ^-:a?AFFETA LINING SILKS . „ COL. JAP. SILKS ' " t TUSSOU SILKS BARK GROUND PRINTS HEIGHT GROUND PRINTS t FLORAL MERCERISED SATEENS -SPOTTED MERCERISED SATEENS . .(FLAKED AND CHECK ZEPHYRS WHITE PIQUES ''^BORDERED DELAINES > •• J , FLORAL MUSLINS 1- l&SPOTTEDMUSLINS , >1 SWISS MUSLINS v i - COLOURED LINEN • LINEN CRASH » LAOE„,I/ACE, LACE , , "FRILLED ;MUSLIN 1IATS PANAMA HAl'S t .'-WHITE STRAW "b LOP HATS ■WHITE AND/FANCY DliOOSP WHITE CHIP CAPELINES WHITE WASHING H.VTf? UNDERCLOTHING ,. HOSIERY . ' \ , - GLOVES- , , MEN'S AND" BOYS" CLOTHINU SUMMER SHIRTS in endless variety,", HEN'S "AND BOYS' LEGH011N, TUSCAN, . BOATER'S and n l.uye .»! Variety of FELT HATS • • 1 • BOOTS BOOTS BOOTS! / •All'boots arid shoes to bo.sold regardless o ■; . c0*)-y iU 1 ..r, A large stock of \Gnu.;diau boots and shoes to arrive. The -present stock...

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

w. HOWARD RUSSEL," SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG Several sums of money to lend 011 approved qecuriry. SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. f§, Macquarie -^assail, Jfergwm $mMt TUMUT. THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. S TBBWEEK, Wholesale and Reta . Butcher, in thanking the public' o Grohamstown and surrounding district fo . tin patronago accorded to him in the pa usures his customers that by laughteri . he very best beasts procurable in the d i riot he will endeavour to supply them with' laeat as prime as that for which his butch < : kis hitherto been reputed. Corned Meats & Small Goo us Once deal -with"S. TEEWBBK a n * you will always do so. JHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PUECHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, &e., &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, ad will pay Weekly Vis toADELONGon TUESDAYS, And may be se...

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

[ FOR SALE. 1 :LkOTMENT No ;I2, »ect. 20, .town . of ,'TUMIJSj ncontaining $ acre of land treating Capper-street, prominent situation, -•with' COTTAGE containing 8 ROOMS, aleo "wubthouse, ^stable, and other oatbaildings. , A first-class opportunity for an enterprising .bunntBsnian, as'the basiness portion of the :tom<ia:iute to extend towards the Railway! 'Stations-.iFor partioulara apply 3CHIS OFFICE, A ' ■ .,or.to . : \ JOHN ANDERSON, Cook's Tourists Trips. |{ TO .THE SANATORIUM OP i THE SOUTH. Yarrangobilly Caves, ; Kiandra, . 'fiftnmn. and other parts of the district. Xj, — .•'4! Gfeo- f)ar|rer>s' HAS eutei^crort into arrangements with Messrs- Thos. Cook & Son to convey tourists from Tumut oto Yarrangobilly Caves, Kiandra, Cooma and elsewhere during the summer months. - .^Coaches will leayc Tunmt at. regular "'""r 'intervals. : Arrangements can be made for special trips. ■ ■! First-class,' comfortu-bltveasy-riding ■ , .coaehes, splendid'liovses. Fares on ap...

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

, | THANKS. 'mHB i relatives of Mbs. CHABLES 'X 'STEWART desire to tender then .HEARTY THANK8 to Dr. G. Lees and iNaraelLeggo for their kind jwd efficient at •tention to.Mr. 'Charles Stewart during his recent eevere illness.

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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

COMMERCIAL. _ TUMUT STOCK .SALES. ! Messrs. Bavraent and Ranken, : stock agents, Tumut and Gundagoi, report having sold prjvately during the month of Fnbra'ary the following stock:—198 ewes, oti account of J. T.Callaway; 40 ftffc wethers, on ac count of G. Carter'; 498 wethers, on account of E. Jamieeon ; 468 ewes and lambs, on account of A. Irvine ; 464 wethers, on account of a. Irvine ; 1700 ewes, on "-account of G. Carter (Corowa); 8000 miyed and cross bred weaners, on account of Lockyers leigh Estate, Goulburn ; 840 mixed shpep, on account of G. Luff; 840 crossbred ewes, on account of Errowanbang Station, Carcoar; 40. cows and calves, on account of East Blowering; 115 bullocks, on account of West Blowering; 20 pigs, on ac count of A. O'Sullivan. • Messrs. E. G. Cooke & Co., Tumut, report having conducted one of th'j most successful sales ever held in N.S.W. on Friday last at Mr. John Elliot's. Cows and calves madis £8 12s, dry cows £7 12s, 2-yr-old .heifers £4 16s, ^year...

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

Don't make it, mistake I GEOltGE JACK SON'S Tailoring Establishment is between ;D*. Leos'-Suajevy and C. Passlow's. Summer samples now in; all the latest styles and patterns to choose from. Suits from £3 3s, at George Jackson's, Tailor,; next to Dr. £ee Surgery, Adelon^,

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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

SPOUTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. Gundagai Racing Olab, March 9 and 10. Tumut Turf Club, March 10 and <17. , Tarcutta Racing Club, April 4. Albury Raoing Club, April lfl and 20. Young Turf Club, April 27 and 28. Wagga Cup meeting, May 4 and 5. Narandora Turf Club, May 18 and 19. Junee Racing Club, May 11 anc1 12. Mr. W. Eurell has had the misfor tune to have his blood stallion Rory O'More severely injured. On Thurs day morning (the date upon which en 1 tries for the I'umut races closed) he was being riden to the racecourse by Master John Eurell, in charge of Mr. Hugh M'Lean, when a shower of rain compelled them to return. In front of Mr. Geirge James' residence, tho stallion, ;0eing fresh, commenced to prance and play about. His feet slipped on the wet metal road, and he came down on his rider, who fortu nately was not much hurt, but the horse had both his knees opened. Rory O'More was being trained for the forthcoming races and was doing very satifactory work, and the...

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

H. STMVABT, Plumber, Ac. having been licensed by ' the Tumut Municipal Council, is prepared to carry out.connections with the water mains.* Obanoi: oi- Watku often -brings on Diar rhoeit. .For thin reason many experienced tmvollin'B amy n bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolern unci Diarrhivu Remedy with them to be used incase of an emergency. Thin preparation has no etjutil as a cure for bowel complaints. It cannot be obtained while 011 boajd the ears or steamship, and that is where it is most likely to be heeded. Buy.a bottle, before leaving home. For sale by PEABOE & LONG, ADELONG,

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

> . ADELONG. Only 48 points of rain were registered here as a result of Wednesday and Thursday's showers. A good fall would be a great boon just now. A number of people took advantage of the cheap train on Thursday. Afc a meeting of the Adeloog Athletic Sports ssociation on Wednesday last Mr. W. J. Boston was elected secre tary vice Mr. A. W. Smith resigned, t was decided to hold a day's sports on Easter Monday, half the proceeds to go to the laudable object of aug menting the Ambulance Fund, which it is necessary to keep up in order: that the good work for which the ambulance was procured might bo carried out without auy fear of future financial difficulties. A L20 pro gramme has been drawn up, the principal events being the EaBter Gift, 120yds, of L10, and the Hurdle Race, 120yds, of £2. Nominations for these' two races,close on March.26.

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GUNDAGAI TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. NOMINATIONS. G.R.C. HANDICAF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

GTJN'DAGAI TUBP CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. NOMINATIONS. ' .G.E.C.' 'Handicaf. Mist The Snail Easy Molly 'Ibis Tostireen Manilihe Vanilla Curlew Bombay . The Palmist Town Elate. Mist' ' ' .Manildre ■ r The Snail Vanilla Easy.Molly Silverspray ■ Curlew Ibis Irroy _ 'The1 Palmist Bombay - ' . Bracelet. Mist AVilga Pretty Boy Tostireen Monte Ibis The Snail Tartar Easy Molly liuenot Kuby Glitters

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Mt. Horeb—Adelong Tramway. MR. E. W. O'SULLIVAN AT ADELONG. THE MINISTER BANQUETTED. THEN DEPUTATIONISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

Mt. Horeb—Adelong Tram •:.V way. JJfii'E. W. O'SULLIVAN AT ADE LONG. THE MINISTER BANQUETTED. THEN DEPUTATIONISED. O'Sulliyan. ;(Minister of Public Works) accompanied by Mr. B. T. Donaldson and Andy Kelly, M's.L.A., and Mr. C. M. Stuart (In specting Engineer of Railway Con struction, arrived^it Mt. Horeb from ,Tumut by tram on Friday afternoon iwhereVtbey were met by Mr. A. W. Molineaujs; ,, (chairman) and other members of the Adelong Progress CoteiBitteo and residents. On the way up to Adelong an inspection of tbo route for the proposed tramway was made, and in the evening the Minister and party were entertained at a1 banquet at McLaughlin's Com jnerqial ': Hotel, about 35 attending. Mit ^';Wv Molineaux occupied the cbair, with Mr. O'Sullivan on his right and Mr. Kelly on his left. The banquet was served in Mrs. McLaughlin's best style, and after the, sumptuous spread a toast list was gone through. The Chairman opened with the toast of "The King," followed by that of " The State Go...

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

On Friday morning two waggonsloads of copper ore from Messrs Reeck inann aud Erostrooal's mine at Lobb's Hole was delivered at the Tumut railway station for transit to the ameltiug works. There were 22 tons in the two loads. Before the ore can be placed on the waggons it is packed on horses miles in which' distance an ascent of 2500ft is made. Eleven horses carry 2 tons par day. During the expired term of this year lOO tons have been sent away irom the mine for treatment.

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