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Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

Farmers and Settlers' As- f sociation. vl A. special meeting of the Ttimut' Branch of the Farmers anti Settlers' Association was held at the School of Arts on Saturday afternoon, there being present: Messrs, G. Cloat sr,j (president), J. Si O'Sullivan /(secre tary), Richd. Rivers, R. Dear, A. Davis, J. McCormick, J. Glaffey, S. Groves, A. Tweedie, A. W. Watson, J. Bailey, W. Ricketts and W. Toomey. A-letter was read from the District Surveyor at Wagga, relative to the ex change of certain lands already dealt with by the Land Board. It was resolved to open ft subscrip tion list to raise funds to defray the expenses of the delegates of the branch to the annual conference of the associa tion incurred last year and to be incurred this year, Messrs. Dear and Groves being ap pointed collectors, the total sum received, if short of the expenses, to be divided equally between the two delegates. The following were elected the executive committee of the branch:— Messrs. A. Eell (Lacmalac), E. ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MAY 81, 1904. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

"fphe ^umut ^d\?ocafe." TUESDAY, MAY 81,1904.: C GENEBAL. The price of< milk has risen. Mr. 0. W. Beegling, family butcher,' has a special notification, to consumers in our advertising columns. Another case of plague is reported from Brisbane, the patient being a boy 8; yeare old. The Prince of Wales Birthday, which falls on Friday, will be observed as a public holiday on Monday. " The Times,"' referring to the Boer ..Congress, says the Britishers in the Transvaal must meet organisation with organisation. A South African Imperial Union has been formed, with Dr. Jameson as president, amalgamating all the Gape Progressives. A disaster occurred in the Great Boulder mine at Kalgoorlie, five men losing their lives, by the fall of a cage. The men were in the cage when something went wrong with the wind ins sear, and it fell a distance of 400ft. Mr. Waddell, M.L.A,., asked by a deputation from the Gundagai Literary Institute to grant £150 to assist the committee to make exten si...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Latest War News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

Latest War News. ' London;,, Monday. The Japanese Consul-General re ceived the following sensational mess age from-;_Tokio this morning in reference to' the engagements' men tioned in earlier wires:—"The com mander of the attacking army reports as follows : 'A detachment, consisting of infantry, artillery and engineers, occupied Nan-kwan-ling on the morn ing of the 27th. The enemy was driven towards Port Arthur.- The Russians burned the railway station at Sanshihpao, north-east of Dalny. On the 26th inst. our forces csptured 50 guns and much other equipment. • The enemy left 400 dead on the field. Our total casualties are estimated at 3000, including' killed and wounded, for1 the -several days past.' " • Despatches received at Tokio state that th6 Japs seized the Russian forts: of Nan-kwan-ling, at the junction of Dalny and Port Arthur railway lines, and the assault on Dalny was com menced. The Russians lost 2000 men at the Kin-chau battle. Admiral •Tngo sw«pt the Russians out of th...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

Sydney, Tuesday. It is considered certain that, next Wednesday's polling at the Victorian election will ultimately- afl'eot the federal situation. : Owing to the expense in carrying on the department under the new education scheme the subject will be brought before Parliament. The new syllabus, particularly in regard toj. school inspection, is being brought into force throughout the State. •Later.- • Wheat is steady at' 2s lid to 8s,;' ohickwheat Is lid to 2s 7d. Oats, imported, is 6<3 to 2s . 6d. Maize, prime yellow, 2s id; other qualities to 2s ; white, Is lOd. The sheep market at Homebush closed strong. Prime wethers brought; from 15s 6d to 21s 6d; medium 18s to 14s 6d ; prime ewes 18s 6d to 16s 6cl; medium 12s 6d to 18s. Cattle were firm. Bullocks made from £6 to' £12 2s 6d, cows from £5 to £9 8s; beef was worth 24s per lOOlbs. ' Twenty one plague infected rats were | caught in a produce store at Brisbane. Out of a total of 640,000 vo ers, fresh rights were issued to....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

for Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo. Is Gel. This year the Grahamstown folk intend having a Hospital Crusade distinct from that annually oooduoted at Adelcrog, At a publio meeting held last week this determination was pome to. The death took place yesterday ^ evening of Mr. Ab. Kershaw, of Bom bowlee. A .week ago be scratched bis arm, and applied some sheep dip to it -with the result that blood-.poisoning set in, causing death. These were the only particulars we were able to glean just before going to press. . • The young man John M'Namara, of iGoobragandra, who was admitted to the Tumut Hospital, suffering from an^ internal disorder supposed to have arisen from eating plentifully of watermelon out of season, died at the institution on Friday morning at 5 o'dlook. The funeral took place in the afternoon. H. STEWART, Plumber, $>., having been, licensed by the Tumut i Munioipal Council, is prepared to carry out connections with>the water maioe.* • • ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

ODDFELLOWS' BALL, TUMUT. Monday, June 6,1904 Double Tioket ... 7s 6d Gent 's " •• 5s Od Lady's " 3s Od JUVENILE BALL,. Tuesday, 7th June. ADMISSTON . v. . .. .Is . To Dairymen and Others. TO LEASE for?(i oriiai^nonthalto ?CAItE Fl}L MAN, with good feed, SPORTY (40) SPLENDID HE1FEBS of mixed breeds. Fair -allowance made for rearing calves. Principals only dealt with. Ayplv Immediately to B. M. SHELIiEY,

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THE CASE OF THE SMALL SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

THE CASE OF THE SMALL SETTLERS. Thai all the settlers of the State are not yet out of their troubles des pite the " record harvest" is apparent from the pathetic communication ad dressed to "The Daily Telegraph" by one of the settlers at Melrose, in the Condobolin district. Out in that locality there are still many families who have not been able to raise them selves out of the condition of prostra tion to which the drought reduced them. " I would like to point out," writes this correspondent, " that the drought is as bad here to-day as in 1901-2, and although farmers have sown large areas with wheat, I see no hope for any harvest next year. Most of our farmers here received seed wheatfrom the Government 'last year, for which they paid, or agreed to pay, 6s 3d per bushel. Our crop yielded, on the average, four bushels, realising on the spot 2s per bushel, thus leaving, as you will see, less than one bushel to pay debts, keep house, pay rent, and furnish seed for 1904. - With such a ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

Farm and Station. The dairying industry is steadily expanding in our districts, and before long it-is expected ttiafc several of our farmerav'wilLeinbirtk in ibe pursuit. Mr. Arfchuic Rivets Has commenced on tho Gilmore, on the halves system with Mr. T. P. AUsopp, and has pro vided himself with all the requisite buildings, yards and appliances -for carrying on -in -ft fair way. We wish him every success in his new enter prise. It has been decided that after June 1, until further notice, no more rab bits or hares will be received at the Government Cool Storage, Depot. This action has been necessary owing to the extraordinary quantity of-rab bits'sent to the'cold stores, and the re luctance of exporters to ship. During the present year; up to the end of April, over 260,000 pairs of rabbits have been received at the Government denot. The following additional returns have been received of the scalps of noxious animals which were paid for on Thursday of last week:—JugionR, 12 foxes, 2 ou...

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ADELONG P.S. v. TUMUT P.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

ADELONG P.S. v. TUMUT P.S. On Friday afternoon last the Ade long public school boys journeyed here to try conclusions with a team from the local school, and were' vic torious by XI points to ?8. The visitors had the advantage of having no sun to contend with in the first half. Shortly after'play commenced, (Gilbert, who shone out conspicuously, succeeded in landing a try for the home team. The kick at goal was of no avail. Urged on with the success , that attended their efforts, the localites1 were hard-pressing their : opponents for a while, but, still, the visitors were not to be denied, and, playing up-with great brilliancy and consistency were' soon more than holding their own, and Ferguson puttings in an attractive' run scored. The kick failed to add the extra points. From this period the game was evenly contested, and both teams were showing a meritorious display. However, from a throw in, Ferguson secured, and running with great dash broke through again. After thekick at goal...

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FOOTBALL. S.W. COMPETITION FIXTURES. 1ST ROUND. 15TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

FOOTBALL. 8.W. COMPETITION FIXTUEES 1st Kodsd. 15th JoNE. Tumut v. Gundagai, at^uniufcGobta-r mundra v. Grahamstown, at Cootamundra. 6l'H JUIiT. Grahamstown v, Gundagai, at Grahama own; Tumut v. Cootamundra,1 at Tumut. , , . v; ■'' 2nd'Round. ; (- f! ■'>> ' N' 27th,Jtjja. f / /' ' t Cootamundra v; Gundagai, atr Coota; mundta; Tumut y. Grahamstown, at Tumvrt.,, ; ■ j •; \ ; 17tii Accost. Qrabamstown v. Cootamundra, at Gra b&matowu; Gundagai v. Tumut, at Gun-' dagai. "Vtu'SeStembeb." ; : Gundugai v. Grahamstown, at Gun dagai ; Cootamundra v. Tumut, at Coota tnundra. •The matter, of forming a seccnd P&de. team has been abandoned by the local club. As a consequnca of no other clubs having signified their intentipn of affiliating, - there will be; Do junior competition. • The first New : South ,Wales v. Queensland match is to be decided in Sydney a fortnight hence, and the sec ond match on the following Wednes day. Three days later the English men are to make their ...

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Grown Land Sales. TUMUT—Wednesday, June 22. Town Lots. County Buceleuch, Parish Yarrangobilly. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

Grown Land Sales. TUMUT—Wednesday, June 22. Town Lois. . County Buceleuch, Parish Yar rangobilly. Allots 1, 2, 8,10,11, and 12, section 2, 1 rood each (upset price £2 10s per lot), in the village of Yarrangobilly, fronting Tumut, Campbell and Tal bingo streets and south of M. Scott's allotment 4 ; the village of Yarrango billy is 89 'miles south-easterly from the town and railway Btation of Tumut. Allots. 18, 14, 16 and 17, section 8, 1 rood each (upset price, £4 per lot); in village of Yarrango billy, fronting Narrang-street, and west of J. Lynch and J. Mulher's al lotment 15. Allots. 1, section 6,28 perches (upset price, £18 per lot); in the village of Yarrangobilly, fronting. Kiandra-street and east of M.Cox's allotment 2; upset price includes £10, value of-Crown improvements. GUNDAGAI—Wednesday, Juno 22. Country Lot. County Clarendon, Parish Claris. Portion 86, 667 acres 1 rood (up set price, £2 12s 6d per acre); on the road from Junee to "Wantabadgery, 9 miles from the town and...

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S.W. COMPETITION. GUNDAGAI V. COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

S.W; .COMPETITION. GuNDAGAI V. COOTAMUNDRA. Cootamundra Waratahs and Gun dagai met on the local ground on Wednesday afternoon. As antici pated, Cootamundra scored a win, but it was by no means an easy victory. Cootamundra are looked upon as a strong combination this season, 'but their form on Wednesday was very disappointing. Even though their pack has a tower of strength in " Snowy" White, it shaped poorly against Gundagai's " scratch" pack, and in the open the local forwards, were superior. Coota. would do well to drop several of their forwards, who are of little use. It was the back division that won the day for Coota mundra; mainly the sprinting powers of the three-quarters.' The three quarters showed occasional flashes of brilliancy. Evershed appears to be Cootamundra's best three-quarter ; he certainly was on Wednesday. Hav ing a fair turn of pace, and being a good heady player, he is a valuable centre4hree-quarter. But Coota mundra will have to improve a lot to make sure of d...

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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 May 1904

ADELONG. + According to an authenticated: re port received in Adelong from Cherry Hill, the party of minors operating with Messrs. Shaw and Gillingham divided a: sum representing £100 per man as a result of a week's work in I their mine just lately. The rainfall for the week was 115 ints as registered by the post-office uge. At Greenhills, Tarcufcta Creek and Billapalap the records show up to 150 points. ,Vepy sharp frosts were experienced on Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday last. It will be an interesting piece of in formation to our readers to learn that Mr. Walker, of Bermagin, has pur chased the sfcorekeeping business car ried on by Mr. A. G-. Pearce of the " Eed Store." Mr. Walker, has, we are informed, had extensive experience in this particular line in various parts ' of this State, particularly in the South Coast. The Hidden Treasure syndicate met at McLaughlin's. Commercial Hotel on Friday night and decided to cease operations in the mine. Messrs. C. Passlow, J. Don...

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Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

i Mail Services. Fnosr -Haaaaxf -1, J1904, ' the: times i for the • olosing of mails at, the respective post-offices are as follows:— . ' . ., ■ ' ADELONG '.vv.rjj Sliepardstown, Grahamstown, Adelong Grossing, Gundagai, Sydney, &o„ daily, at : 1.30 p.m. ! Middle Adelong, Batlow, ' Laurel Hill, Bago,'Cherry Hill, Courabyra, and Tutnba rumba, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12.30 p.m. i Mt. Adrah, on Wednesdays arid Satur days, at 12180 p.m. Sharp's Creek, on Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12.30 p.m. Mi v v i TUMUT ■■ p/.f. West Bloworing and Yellowin—Tuesdays ;i and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. ., ■ Lacmalao and Argalong—Fridays,' 'at "1.15 " p.m. t in Goeup—Tuesdays and Fridays, ; at 1.15 ; < p.m. Blowering, Talbingo, Yarrangobilly, Yar rangobilly Cave3 and Kiaridrii—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. r Gilmore, Adelong, Adelong Crossing; Gun dagai, Cootamundra, South and Sydney—, Daily, at 1.35 p.m. . , , ( Money order arid Government Savings Bank business triansao...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

FURTHER TESTIMONY FROM A ' s GRATEFUL PERSON. m CONSUMPTION NIPPED IN THE BUD BY VITADATIO Brunswick, 10 Eveline Street, Off Glenlyon Road, Dear Sir,—My Bon, who is now fourteen -years of age, has been very ill off and on sinoe he'was four years, and about three years ago he was so ill that the doctor told me he was developing consumption. He had a terrible cough-, which was distressing to listen to; he had fallen away to almost a skeleton. At this time Mr. Luxton, Sydney Road, Coburg, advised me to try VITA DATIO, which I did. After the first bottle I saw a great improvement. I continued the •medicine; he gradually improved until he' became quite well. I consider VITADATIO a wonderful remedy, as it made a different boy of my son, who I never expected to see healthy again. I can rocommend it to any one suffering the same complaint.—I ;re-r main, EMILY MACKEY. , Sydney Road Coburg. . I hereby certify to the above. I have known the boy for four years, during which time.he was in very ...

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THE WAR. LONDON, Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

THE WAR. London, Wednesday afternoon. Advices fromNewchwangstate; that Port Arthur is-short of food. Chinese are dying from starvation arid the hospitals are overcrowded. The dead are "buried unceremoniously outside the town. Two contraband cargoes of flour,; tinned meat, and specie have been landed af Newchwang and. hurried by rail to Mukden. The .Japanese are now dealing with three thousand Cossack raiders in the Gensan and Songchin districts. Paris newspapers report that Prince Dolgorouki has been arrested at St. Petersburg for assaulting Count Lams dorf, the Minister for Foreign Affairs. The Count , is very unpopular in Kussia, owing to his neglect to inform Prince Alexeiff that negotiations had been broken off with Japan. £Jemi-officials reports from St. Peters burg contradict the statement made by the correspondent of the London " Standard," that wholesale executions were taking place in Warsaw and Moscow. London, Thursday. The Japanese have discovered and destroyed a system o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

You can a ways roly upon getting a perfect fit combined with a thoroughly . well-made^, artiole, at Geo. .Tagkbon's, Tailor, &c : * .CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET. ., . The splendid work of Chamberl&in's Stomach and Liver Tablets' is daily coming to light. No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever knosv^tyefqre. Thousands bless them, for cui'ing^cpiistija . tion,v sick headaehe'i ^lMou^^gt:;:vig,undice and indigestion. ?'• Jusjt.^hat.' Try. them. Only 1/6. Sold by PEAItCE'iSfc LONG, ADELONG. - J T ; 7 « A WELL KNOWN N.Z. CHEMIST EE COMMENDS' CHAMBERLAIN'S COTJGH REMEDY. .' Henry Edgar Eton;,/chemist, I\Iasterton, says : " People who once use Chamber-: Iain's Cough Remedy are almosJ certain to call for it when again in need of such'&. medicine. I always recommond it." For sale by PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. Sick Headache CURED BY Or. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Whtm the food is improperly digested and becomes clogged in the intestines, Siclc Headach...

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Brungle. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

Brungle. / Abali; >was. held in aid of the Brun^le Cricket Olub in Mr. P. Anderson's room on the 27 th ult. There were 50 couples present. .Messrs. R. D. French and. F. Morris carried out the duty- of M'sC. to perfection. The ladies sup plied; all the refreshments ; they being legion, we are unable to give the names.! A juvenile ball eventuated ^on the following night which was a big success. The proceeds totalled about £10'which may be considered as' net profit. The music was supplied by Freeman Bros' string band and extras • were played by Miss Glout. . :0n the following Wednesday night a public meeting was held for the pur pose of forming a Literary and De bating Society. About 30 persons at tended. Mr. J. H. Hubbard, (chair) briefly explained the, object of the meeting. Mr. J. H. Hubbard was elected President, Mr. B. D. French, V.P., Messrs. E. G.vGhristie (secre tary), G. Murray (treasurer). After discussion, Mr. Christie was unani mously elected " First Prime Minis ter," un...

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Latest War News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 June 1904

Latest War News London, Monday. A Russian gunboat was torpedoed and destroyed on Saturday at Port Arthur. The Japanese base has been trans ported to Dalny and Tia-lei-'wan. Troops are proceeding along both coasts towards Port Arthur under flanking cover of gunboats. A battle was fought on Friday by the Eastern Division, fifteen miles from Port Arthur. Two thousand Russian infantry, with cavalry and artillery, attacked the Japanese cavalry",' but were .repulsed* Large bodies of Russians are mov ing south; towards Koe-ping and Fong-huati-cheng. These movements are considered a sign of Russia mak ing strenuous efforts to relieve Port Arthur. ■ It is stated that the Russian Army Corps touched Nin-chwang on their southward march. On May 81 4000 Russians attacked 1500 Japs hear Vagen-fan, bnt were repulsed,. The Russians , lost 200 killed, and 400 wounded, while 100 Japp were killed. General Stoessel is sending messages' by carrier pigeons to Niachwang. He - states ithe Japs massed 120 fi...

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