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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

SPOKTING. r THE TURF V. Facing fixtures. . 1 " Wag&dpp toefefingr Mayi^and&. •') Narnndcra Turf Club, Mny-18 and 19. > ., June© 'Bating. 01«b, May It and' 12.: ... . , Ru&pot i was * 'respohstblo'1 for .the the Marrumburah Turf -Club Handi Handicap on Saturday. Mr. T. P. Arragon's Grosvenor— Little Nell mare Lorna, who has shaped well over the sticks, added the Wodonga Hurdle -Race? to her winning liBt on Wednesday. / : Waratah, the CooUmuudra Cup winner, is reported to be in a very Lad state in consequence of his fall m the Benalla Cup, and it is doubtful if ihe will ever carry silk again. Mr. E. Curran annexed the AVangaratta Gup on Wednesday witk the Cobbity gelding Corncob. There were only three runnsrs for the £100 stake, the chestnut gelding winning .easily. Mairp, the Newmarket Handicap winner, is showing signs of lameness, wad .consequently the ; son of Priam will. not- fulfill his Adelaide engage menfcsi'" The Kiandra blood horse Dover, owned by M...

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 — 3 May 1904

• WHY? When you donbtrelish;your'fotid:ltris; vrelT to inquire the cause; 'You may be eating more | "than 1 the stomach can digest, or perhaps your food is too rich ; many people eat too much meat, or your bowels may be constipated. When the digestion is all right, the bowelB regular and not too much food taken there is. a natural craving and relish for the food.: When this is lacking you may know that you : Peed a dose of Chamberlain's Stoiiiach and Liver Tablets. They strengthefr''>the< digestive organs, improve, thp appetite and' regulate the bowels. " Jusi., What, You Need." Price 1/6. Sold tyy PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. MARTYR TO Mr. Edmund Quinlan, 39 Oxford Street, Paddington, tells what Dr. Morse's IndianRootPills did for him. : What,'disorder,'causes mcli and ph vtical ngi'ny ;.a : wh< n .tli^ Kn)nev*.*ur« diseased?. Tiiy.y.'aet »» :> iihei" -Aw.-the I blood, 8l'.d;.whcii,tli<'y. "lo o 4i« ■entire eystetriUvccarrri a v • Tli •• &a...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUNG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

YOUNG TUREV CLUB RACES. The Young Tuj;f Club annual meet ing', ;1 was held • ? on .^Wednesday, and -Thursday, in fine weather, and was fairly well attended. Resjolts r—' First Day. " V /Trial Stakes.'4-Bay Bee 1, Umutbee 2, "Eight Bower 8. Betting : 6: to 4 v. Umutbee, 6 to 1 v. Bay/Bee. Newmarket Handicap.—Altone 1, Bay Bee 2, Patch 8. Altone was at even money. Turf Club Handicap.—Tapster 1, Elmo .2, Acorn 8. Tapster was favorite at 5 to 1 on. High Weight Handicap.—Early Rose 1, Nigger. 2, Patch 8. The winner started at 2 to 1. Autumn Handicap.—Fremida 1, Melossi 2, Elmo 3. Betting: Evens v. Melossi. 8 to 4 v. Fremida. ; . Sbcond Day. Flying. Handicap.—Kuenot 1, A1-. tonp g, Early Rose 8. The betting was 10 to 1 v. the winner.. Hurdle Race.—Commissioner 1, Umutbee 2, Right Bower 8. Com missioner started at evens. Town Plate.—Melossi 1, Tapster. 2, i Elmo 8. \:2 to l v. Meloasi. Welter Handicap.—The Squire-1, Trichord 2, Glimmer 8. 5 vFarewell Handicap.—^TapBter 1, L6rdRoberts2,'Alt...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECTION V.—MISCELLANEOUS. Judges—Mesdames D Currie and T Bell Steward—Mr. T. Davis. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

•' SECTION y^MnisCEiLANIiOUS.' ' ' :] Judges—Mesdames D Guvrie andffBelt ..Steward—Mt&ltavi*........ V* ( ifl fflt 'finest lent home-made bread >.■''!5,,,.Oi 1^'iMW J.'PV^iDg 7 ' '"•soonos "(speoiiir''l)y^'-~""~'"v Mrs MoPhillips) „„2 i.6 ■' Mrs P MoPhillips f 8 ">'■i< 3 Best damper (pure andViniplej' 2 '6 Mr^.TDenspn ,4 ■ titn'i.'fut bUns'fabedial - 'Mrs j1 Bnshaui | ni»M«4 '• o:' 1 Mrs J F Tonkins } D,v,ded '. I' 5 ])o8ttotftu-tttaticiikQi(dHBoiat !)y ■ J '«'■ '&lr>T"Chi'isiian) .. .. ,2|j6 s .Muss |ticl);«ds 4 ..... .... ... Sfe' Beftt; spoiige. cfeke'. (Spft>iia,l"^by"» tr# • Mrs Christian) .. • 2i'.'6 MrsjMoPhillips 3 ' 'i 7»B6mU<I6z fcurtlets (special! byi '* MissDeasy).. .. 2 :6 Mrs T Peel 1 i Mrs P Webber ) Divided 6 ^ ,8;. Best plum pudding, (special, by .?■..I' ; j;, Mr T,.Christian) , 2 6 : MrB-P MoPhillips 0 .. : J 9 Best; collection .home-made ; ipiokles \ (special , -by'. ilouriganj . . .. 2; 6 No entries 10 .Best -. bo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

FOOTBALL, '■The 'gemal hoafcess of the 'Com meroiaj .fioteJ (Mieu flonnelfy^lws; signified her intention of donating a cap to be competed for by the South-western-Branch of the N.S.W. Rugby Football Union, but as the fiffclmain footballers have contributed ft pap or shield to! be competed for by this : branch, 'it: is anticipated Miss Donnelly's offer will be accepted for the following season. In the report of the football meet ing held at Graharustown recently, we are asked to announce that Mr. G. Higgs was erroneously men (tioned as secretary in place of Mr. D. I Delphin. Mr. J. Nute is vice-presi dent. > ■

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

CRICKET. On Saturday the Gilmore cricketers journeyed to Batlow <»nd tried con clusions with the local eleven, defeat ing their adversaries by the small margin of 1 run.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SECTION III.—VEGETABLES. Judges—Messrs Livingstone and A Harrison Steward—Mr. D Christian [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

SECTION III.—VEGETABLES. Judges—Messrs Livingstone and'A Harrison ' | *« ■" S&waVd^Slr'I) Christian : ' 1 Best collection of vegetables, - 1st 20s,'2nd' 5s (special by Mr J. Callaway) .. ..15 0' Mrs Christian 1st)' . P Webber 2nd f 4 2 Best 141b onions (special by Mr D-Carrie) 6 0 ■ H;Wieht 3 . • • > ; | Best 281b potatoes, 'JBrownells" i?e (special by Mr D Christian) 5 "0 Mrs H Butz G 4 Best " 281b potatoes, other than - " Brownells " (special by Mr • C Griffiths) .. .. . . 5 0 Mrs Griffiths 4 " . . 5 Largest and heaviest pumpkin, to bo grown within five miles ,of Batlow (special by Mr W ■ • E Jones) . . .. v. '50 'G Dell 4 '6 Best 2 eating pumpkins .... 2 '6' P^JDhristiari'/^5|i ^ ^ ] •' * Hi? BeSt exhibitbf swedes; parsnips1, fy carrots and beetroot, not .. : less than 3 of each .. : ? '6 ' P Webber ,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

CVCLING. The Wagga Cycling Club held a racing carnival on Thursday, at there was an attendance of 1500. Major Taylor, W. M'Donald, and B. Goodson were among the visiting competitors. The Half-mile Sprint was won by A. J. King (45yds.), G. Walker (90yds.) being second, and Major Taylor (scratch) third. The Macfarland Mile was won by G. Walker with B. Joyce (120yds) second. E. Evans (240yds.) won the Autumn Wheel Race (two miles;, Major Marshall (240yds.) being second, and John Dunn (260yds.), third. This was a great race, Evans winning by a couple of inches. Major Taylor, who was a quater of a mile ' behind the limit man, gave up. An invitation scratch race of one mile was won by Major Taylor, with W. M'Donald second. The Trades Hall party have carried a resolution to erect a Trades Hall at the Federal Capital two years after the site has been chosen. Mr. Watson intends that though his Ministerial duties necessitate his spending most of his time in Mel bourne, his home shall remain i...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SECTION II—FRUIT. Judge— Mr A S Livingstone Steward—Mr G Westphal. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

' SECTION Hi—FRUIT;1 V "J ... Judge— Mr A S;Livlng^tone | - Steward—Mr GWestphal £ a D; .1 Best collection of fruit, 1st.20s , . (special losj spebial by.Mr. : ' Westphal) 2nd .10s . . I :0 0, F Bftsham 2 . •> < ' 2 Best collection of apples, lst 20s (special by Mr T Davis), 2nd ^ 5s (special by Mrs Denson) 1 i5 "(j; C Walker . : . 3 Best dozen five-crown apples . ) (special by Mr E Strahan) 6 %. Mrs Griflithg 9. 4 Best dozrih dessert apples (special-.i;by : Mr P Webber).',' 2 6 Mrs Hartnett 5 5 Best dozen cooking apples (special-by Mr Webber) . 2 6 H Cottam 4 6 Best dozen ' dessert pears ■, (special by., Mr J Keenan) 2 6 F Basham .3 ' ; • , 7 Best dozen cooking pears (special by Mr M Scanlan) 2 6 C Walker ) Mrs A Nimmo j Dlvldetl 8 Best dozen quinces (special by . Mr." W GoddariJ) 2 6 Miss Richards "7 9 Best collection preserved fruits, — not less than three*'kinds 5. 3 5 ^special, by, Mr. BwReardon); 5 0' ? Webbers I ... H *£ '% p| ■ . "l^Besf exhibit1" bf 'dried '* ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

Sioi^e^oeing d;er|efkl 'Best to Mr.'i.?Si'3le«yfuirs Evidence, / ••. ' ' (FADELONGTc) ' J. W. H. Quinnell *T'NTIMATE8 to his friends and the general public that he has COMMENCED a^HORSE ; 'X : SHOEING and GENERAL FARRIERY BUSINESS in premises next to MR;'A$ E. .aJIBBBYPULL'S RESIDENCE, " - • • ■? I J. TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG, -and by CLOSE ATTENTION to ORDEBS-nnd GUARANTEEING his' WORKr oourts: al I FAIR SHARE of GENERAL SUPPORT. Prices : 3/6, 4/6 and 5/6, LIVERY STABLES, Commercial Hotel, TCJMIJT. • TjWEItY, description of vehicles and horses Jli : for hire. ■ , ■ .; Picnic and other parties conveyed to any ; part of the district. , '.Passongcrs called for and4aken to arid from the ltailway Station daily. HI. Timsaif,. $ur'gical ai\d J\[edlfai\ical RUSSEL STREET, TU Min is* (Two-doors from Mr. Robins' Pharmacy). Cook's Tourists Trips. TO :THE SANITORIUM OF 'A THE SOUTH. Yarrangobilly Caves, Kiandra. Gooma and other pacts ofthe district. 0-eo. ©knrei^ TIFTAB \enterered into arrangemen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

w. HOWARD EUSSEL,: SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG Several sums of money to lond on approved scoui'ii'j. |§. Macquai^ ^assail, jfargwrn $tais5, TUMUT. Up-to - date Photography. HANSEN, : ADELONG. • MIDGETS, 6d. CABINETS,'Is 6d. ' PANELS, 2s 6d. VISITS TUMUT PERIODICALLY : • THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering - Establishment. STREWEEK, Wholesale and Eetai . ' Bntcher, in thanking the , public o flraharaatown and surrounding district for tin patronage accorded to him in . the past, fjsures his customers that by slaughtering the very best beasts procurable in the dis trict he will endeavour to supply them with Heat as prime as that for which his butchery hit hitherto been reputed. Once deal with S. TEE WEEK, an you will always do so. iJHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, See., &c-, In Large or Small Quantities, nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, : And may bo seen at ROSS' OMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMESHUDSON, Tamufc. MRS. G. E. SCHINTL...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MAY 3,1904. Our Supplement. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

"fpfye fpumut sAdOocate." » ■■■ 1 _ TUESDAY, MAY 3,1904. i , . Our Supplement f».:' . . ToT'imeet tile ever-increasing- r thirst , for light and airy literature, the pro prietor 'i of the Tumut Advocate ' has decided to issue with each publication of this paper a demy supplement con taining 14 columns of solid reading matter of sach a diversified class that will prove to our readers not only acceptable, but interesting, instructive and useful. Our country constituents in particular will find this supplement an appreciable addition, to their weekly budget of literary nlatter, and by beeping to the standard of the first publication we trust to induce new subscribers to ou r already long' list. '

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Batlow Institute Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

BafclowInstituteMower > The animal show, field [in aid^'bf the Batlow Literary- Ir&fcituce, |oBb place in the Batlow Hall on Friday after noon and evening last. < Ominous clouds made-their appearance" in :the morning, and threatened to materially interfere with the-success of the ex hibition, but although a few-showers of rain-fqll, theisjky.began^to.cleflr to-; wards 'the -afternoon,' and a better prospect was. brought about. Shortly afterS o'clock the-fine array of ex hibits in all sections were in position*. The interior of the hall presented a very pleasing spectacle. Dainty hands had deftly been 'applied to create a form of decorative-art that would be fit the occasion, -and^the'-success at tained by the lady helpers was testified to in the exclamations of merited approval.that.found .vent from the crowd who visited the hall while the doors were open. In fact it may truthfully be said that the decorations were superb. The profusion of floweis and ferns tha...

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 — 3 May 1904

'GiiitpaiiN* tiKi'i Tn TinIV It.—The finest" <quiltfy«(.j^uiuilutu(l Ioar<.stijj»i*; jtlBetl fl(*M •JiijiniUacijUi-iB of Chamberlain's Couyli Kemedy, and the roots used in its' prepara tion jgivc it a flavour similar to jirnplo ayrup, ittiakiug it quite plfiasant'to take. Children like to take it and jit has no injurious after •effect.', i It always, ouresi • : dJor . fiftlo; .by: 4'EABCB & LQNG, AJJEJjONO. i.M.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

For Bronchial Coughs take ; Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Off. SEVERE ATTACK OF INlfLUBINZA CURED. ' It gives me great pleasure 4o add iny ui> solicited testimonial to the mawy. virtues of Chamberlain's Cough . Rsgiady. I was^ suffering from a fever" attack of influenza and bronchitis and was advised to try Cham berlain's Cough Romody, which,I am grate ful to say, I did with very benefioial results,. I. feel confident if . any one gives it a fair' trial it will give him the utmost satisfac tion.—Henry Twist, Newport,'Victoria. For' sale byPEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. Don't make a mistake 1 GEORGE JACK- - SON'S Tailoring Establishment-is between Mr. Jjees' andC. Passlow e. •

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POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. W. Clarke, P.M., and Mr. J. Dowling Brown, J.P.) SELLING OPIUM WITHOUT A LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

POLICE; COXJKLV v ; . : • •;- (Before Mr; >W. Clarke, and ; J.; DqwHng,Brp|\yn, j;Pf) , ' "'sEiiiNcropraii ■wirHpoT a'-ucensev Police v. Ati Noon ahdJong 'King; on remand, ^charged- with? selling uopium;without' being the'hol'ders' of a 'certificate' authorising sale, on. April 23. " " Sergeant Anderson prosecutod';tMk" N. Emanuel for defendants. The in formation was dismissed, the date on • •'whjph jtho pffencewwasialle'ged to hdvif Wnr committed not corresponding with the evidence adduced. INDKCKNT ASSAULT. kh Boo, a Chinaman, better known by the sobriquet of " Swallow Pud din," was brought up on remand, on an information preferred against him charging him with indecently assult j ing Ivy Quinncll, a girl of 7 years. The magistrate ordered the court to be cleared, and the case was heard with closed doors. Sergeant Anderson prosecuted; Ml*. Emanuel for accused. v . , : < The evidence of thejjiilwas taken, and also that of Miry 'Corcoran,c>afc> \vhose place the o...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, • <9r OeugbianilXJoWsioeyer fprils.

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The Prime Minister, Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

The Prime Minister, .Interviewed. The Prime Minister (Mr. J. Oi Watson) attended at; a the' Common wealth offices shortly After fciis arrival in Sydney on Saturday. j : When seen by a representative of " The Daily Telegraph," soon after he reached his office, he, in r&ply to a question, said he would not have been surprised if the price of consols had been disturbed or fallen, after the criticisms that had been "passed upon the labor party both before and after they went- into office. When the first criticism in the English papers was cabled to Ailbtralia, he took the oppor tunity of replying, stating that there was nothing in the financial policy of the labor party to cause any uneasi ness. So far as administration was concerned, the Government was anxious to preserve economy, so long as there is no interference with effi oiency. That was one reason why he himself had taken the position of Treasurer, so that he would be the better able to supervise the ex penditure, so far ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE WAR. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

THE WAR. London, Wednesday. ;iThis morning's papers reveal some thing o£ the general disposition of the "opposing Russian and Japanese forces on :the Korean frontier, and plainly indicate that the land struggle will ^commence before the Japanese are permitted to advance into Man churia. • Kit is estimated that 40,000 Rus sians occupy fortified positions on the fright bank, of the Yalu, anethat there are 20,000 at Taku-shan, to the west i of the river mouth. The Japanese centre is at Wiju, fronting Kiu-lieu-cheng, and 45,000 Japanese, with 108 guns, are ready to ; participate in a' frontal attack. At the same time, 15,000 men, with : 36 guns are operating on the left, and .'an equal number on the right. The Japanese artillery includes 12 ■batteries of six inch howitzers. The "New York Herald" reports ..that when the Russians were retreat ing over the Yalu out of northern Korea, they laid a mine in one of the •mountain-passes to the south of Wiju. When the Japanese infantry were cross...

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