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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

MINING The 'Warden's Court at Turnba rumba on Friday, June 24, will .in-< quire into an application by Duncan Mclnnes to mine for gold, by means of .centrifugal..pump, in..the bed and banks of Tumbarumba Greek, > com mencing about 20 chains above the Tumbarumba bridge, and embracing :an area.of .100 acres. . t : The application of the Grahams town Gold Estates proprietors for a dredging lease of-land formerly held by the Adelong Options Company comes before the Warden's Court' at Adelong on Tuesday next. Objections are to be lodged against ;the granting of the application, the landowners along Adelqng Greek being the ob jectors. Purcell and Ferguson are busy carting stone from their mine at Won dalga for treatment at the Beefer .battery. Two well-known miners, P. Corcoran and T. Dutton, have left Adelongto seek fresh fields for their labour in West. Australia. _ An expert is expected from London next month to inspect and report on the* Tasmanian Gold Mines, the Mt. Bop...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY CITIZENS' RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

ALBURY CITIZENS' RACE : MEETING. The Aibury Citizens' Racing' Club" held a meeting; on -Wednesday, with; the following results:— HurdlesAngus, 9.7. 1; Gillbird, < 9.9, 2; Magazine, 9st, 3. Meridian, Lyrist and Lady J also ran. Betting: 2 to 1 on Lyrist, 3 to 1 v. Angus. Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs.—Uba, 8:2, ,1; Fairy'Locks, 8.2, 2 ; . Anam, 9.5, •: ' 3; Nimbo,; ■ Bigengun and. Lyddite also ran. Betting : 5 to 2 v. Uba and Lyddite. "Won comfortably. Time, 1.20. Citizens' Handicap, 1- mile.—' Transvaal, 7.12, 1; Millman, 7.12, 2; i The.Loafer,-8.4,' 3. iBetting : 6 to 4 I on The Loafer, G to 4 v. Transvaal. Won by a length. Time, 1.47. Hack Race, 6 furlongs.—Bigengun, 8.2,1; Elsie, 9st, 2 ; Brown Eyes,, 8.6, 3. Six ran.. -Bigengun, who was a even money favorite, won by a neck. Time, 1.21f. Welter Handicap, 7 furlongs.— Almen, 9.13,1; Fairy Locks, 8.10, 2; Lyrist, 9.12, 3. ■ Sisyphus, Mill-v man, Lyddite and Allways also ran/ Betting : 2 to 1 v. Almen, 3 to 1 Sisy phus and Mil...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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S.W. COMPETITION FIXTURES. 1ST-ROUND. 18TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

8.W. COMPETITION FIXTURES. 1-r , -lST'lloDND. >- , g.TH! J S ■! ; ;; -j[}u^fdagai,)cat Tumut>Coota f mundra v. iQfa ha'mstowft, • at - Gootaimundra, 6tii July. . Grahamatown; •v.^Gundagai;r£tfGnU&ms own; Tumut v. Gootamundra, at, Tumut. " • . ;2nd Round. ; 20tii July. " , ; .Cootamundiu" y. fGuudagai.^at^ "Coota mundra'; J Tumut. )V. > .Giiih'atostbwn;4 'at' Tumut. " . '• * f ;(8j®-Auatrar. ' Grahamatown v. • Cootamundra, at Gfa'v hamstown; Gundagai v. Tumut, at Gun-, dagai. 7tii August. Gundafriii >v:Grahamatown;'Hat Gun' dagai; . .Go.otamundraf.y.-.Tumut,;atjOciota. mundra., . .. .n

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

Political. Mr. F. J!. Barnes, ;M.L',A.'i Shas re ceived the following le'tter from Mr. T. Fitzpatrick :—" Erm Vale,.Junee, 6th, June, .1904. ,, My .deai Barne^,—If you have'definitely'inade' up your-mind; to contest the,Cootamundra electorate; I shall unreservedly withdraw rfrom? the fight. ... You may make any1, •use of this ;:'letter you desire.,., With, kind regard 3,; and wishing- .you every, success, yours truly, Thomas Fitz l'atrick."

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

'FOOTBALL. The Inter-State .football match ' > Queensland v. New'South Wales, was won by the latter by 11 points to 6. The Te Auto College (N.Z.) defeated Newington College (Sydney) by 21 •points to nil. : ' " t Teams representing Newtown and. Bombowlee met on the latter's ground, at the end .of the week, the match re suiting in a win for the visitors"iby<8 points to nil. .A few of the Tumut footballers clubbed together last week and formed a working.bee to erect'a dressing-room' .. on tho.Racecourse Recreation Ground.: Part of the timber required was ^ob tained from the.old bridge across the Tumut River. It has been arranged for an altera tion in the date of the competition, fixture between Gundagai and Tumut, and the. match, which was drawn for Wednesday next at Tumut,: will „be played on '.the .following Saturday,; June 18. V ' Mr. •.«. Wilkinson-,1 who [has .been'* to Sydney representing the'local club for., i Country Week, "returned -home yesterday, having had a v...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

SPOTTING. THE TURF. The Dynamite gelding Boori was sold at auction in Melbourne on Tues day last for 60 guineas. The Australian light-weight jockey, E. Turner, who left for America the other day intends to give the English Turf a trial also. Neglect annexed the Hurdle Race at Canterbury on Saturday,' Mura the Flying Handicap, and Squander was responsible for the Park Stakes. ' St. Simer accounted for the Stewards Mile, Dunure the Canterbury Handicap, and Lord Clieve the Shorts. TheA.J.O. on Tuesday refused to accept the nomination of Sea Kale for the Epsom Handicap and Metro politan. At the last A.J.O. autumn meeting Sea Kale, who had been heavily backed for the Doncaster Handicap, was withdrawn late, and the scratching was the subject of very adverse comment. The erstwhile Tareutta gelding, Toonga, who has been figuring prominently among the timber toppers in the. city of late, appears to be get ting seasoned now, and may probably 1 pick up a steeplechase in Melbourne ere long. Ano...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

COURSING. " On Wednesday,"Thursday and Fri day next, one of the richest stakes in the coursing world will be decided at Woodstock, Rooty Hill, when the ^Challenge Stakes will be run for. The winner's end of the stake is worth £200. Some of the finest dogs in the Commonwealth' are competing and . great interest is being . centred in the event:* Amongst the entries are' Runic and Rowland, nominated; by Mr. J. K. Weir and Mr. J. Rowan respectively. They are both by Black Douglas, out of Leenos, and Rowland is described by the coursing editor of; the " Referee " to be the most mag nificent stamp of a greyhound ever' seen in- this State'.' . Mr. F. Marriott has the dam of these fine dogs, also four full brothers,'"who will later on go into one of the leading kennels ia Sydney.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Brungle News. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

Brungle News. .(From OurMOwn Correspondent).. | The first debate amongst members of the newly-formed Debating Club took place at Mr. Anderson's Hall on Thursday evening last. Mr. Christie (Premier) outlined the policy of the Labour Government,, having present as his colleagues Messrs. H. Quirk, J. Gollagher and Taylor. Mr. G. Murray led the Op position, supported by Messrs. J." Quirk, J. H. Hubbard and R. D. .French. There were' about 80 mem-, present. On a division being taken, The Government was defeated. On Saturday next a tennis match is to be.-played between "Wagra and Brungle teams. A few days ago Mrs. and 'Miss Murray, of Brungle, had a narrow escapei from death by ptomaine pois oning. They had partaken freely of tinned herrings, and shortly afterwards symptoms of poisoning began to manifest themselves. The two ladies were in great agony for some time, 'but, 'fortunately a trained nurse: hap-t opened to--be in the vicinity, and she administered emetics, with the result that t...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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WEDDING. NEILLEY—JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

WEDDING. NEILLEY—JOHNSON. The marriage of Mr. F. H. Neilley (accountant for Messrs. E. G. Cooke & Co., Tumut), third son of the late W. R. S. Neilley, of Leichardt, with Miss Sophie Johnson, third daughter   of Mrs. M. A. Farrell, of Bayview,   Botany, was celebrated by Archdeacon Langley at St. Phillips' Church,   Clarence-street, Sydney, on Wednes- day last in the presence of a large as- semblage. The bride, who looked   charming, was attended by Miss Zolla (neice of the bride) and Miss L.   Neilley (sister of the bridegroom). Mr. W. D. Schrader filled the role of best man, while Mr. G. L. Neilley acted as groomsman. A reception was after- wards held at the A.B.C. Cafe, in Pitt-street, about 70 guests being pre- sent. Mr. W. Armstrong (in the absence of Archdeacon Langley) pro- posed the health of the happy pair, the bridegroom suitably responding. Subsequently Mr. and Mrs. Neilly left for National Park. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 14 June 1904

Deaths.   The death occurred on Thursday, at the residence of her son, at Murrum- burrah, of Mrs. M. Franklin, widow of the late Mr. W. Franklin, of Adelong Creek, who, died a great many years ago. Deceased, who was aged 78, and was a yery old aud highly respec- ted resident of the district, left Ade- long a fortnight ago with her son.   She was then in delicate health. The remains reached Gundagai by rail on Friday, and were interred alongside those of deceased's husband and two sons in the South Gundagai cemetery. The service was read by the Rev. A. R. Shaw (Church of England). The deceased leaves several children and a number of relaties in this dis-   trict. In the last issue of the A. and T. Express brief mention was made of the death of Mrs. Hosken, widow of the late Mr. Joseph Hosken, of Ade- long Crossing, who expired at 3 o'clock on Wednesaay morning, after a long and painful illness. Her illness had   extended over severa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

$ . Popular nsCX j ''' ";! l' •'*' Ut does not come' by chance, it W r»^ri 4.f}^L ^"7? M'I *"■ • /, -J*» f^ . -.* .^is/the / result • of "pains-taking Vfcij. jo (, i( efforts, long ^ experience, > and , „ "Jtarcful manufacture—thus ; is popular since it fulfils all these:conditions ' > ' and has ' for its reward—the largest sale. ;You can.get Yankee' Doodle ; in the plug t ■ ' or in 'tins—Park' or. 'Bright, or if you prefenit,;a combination of both in ........ ™. Y. D. MIXTURE. ' ' ' 'pkpMHHMMMMMMNMMMHnMnMMi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

There's dozens of remedies^ mother ha tried, It we hadn't been strong, I expect we'd have died. . For weeks we've been moping and swal lowing trash, And when there's a lot it walks into the cash. I agreed with my Dad, who says "Woods , is a brick. For showing the world how to ciuvi a cough quick ; No need to be laid up lor weeks, when-you may Take Pepekmini' Cuiu:, and be well in a day. A Timely Suggestion.—'This is the season of the year when tlic. prudent anil careful housewife replenishes her supply nl'Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Jt is certain to bo needed before the winter is over, and re sults are much more prompt and satisfac tory when it is kept at hand and given as .soon as the cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the system. In al most every instance a severe cold may be warded off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold ap pears. There is no danger in/giving it to children for it contains no harmful sub stance. It is plea...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

Political. AtDubbo, a requisition was accepted by Mr. T. I. Campbell, general secretary of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, to contest the Murrum bidgee seat. In labor circles the opinion is gen eral that the Ministry wfll only hold office until the general elections. Mr. Wise has decided to contest the Murrumbidgee seat at the elections, and he "will be opposed by Mr. T, Fitzpatrick, a Ministerial supporter.

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

MINING The convoy left Adelong on Friday with 976oz of gold. It it reported that a rich run of gold has been struck in Perkins and Hawken's Kurrajong mine at the 200ft level.

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The Ellerslie Land. FURTER PROTEST AGAINST THE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

The Ellerslie Land* FURTER PROTEST AGAINST THE SALE. On Sunday afternoon, as Mr. B. Donaldson, M.L.A., was known to be passing through Adelong, advantage was taken by some 20 residents of the town and district to wait upon him and impress on him the desirability in the interests of the districts that the sale by auction of certain lands ad joining Ellerslie should be prevented. The Lands Department had reported that the officer appointed to report on this land had represented that it was not of snfficient value or area for a man to make a living on. This opinion has been most emphatically contradicted by neighboring settlers, and in fact by all who know the land in question. It is contended that much inferior land at Billapalap (a part of the district much more remote from any market) has been quite recently selected. Messrs. J. Elphick, C. Purcell, J. J. Prowse and 0. Pass low spoke on the question, and it was pointed out by the speakers that the land was of such a nature that ther...

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 — 21 June 1904

Do you want the Best? i i, who control nearly a)l theleading and most eminent manufacturers. J if at the respective prices are equal to Steinway, Brinsmead, Lipp, Feurich, or Victor. Paling's stock all known Musi cal Instruments, < and sell at . lowest prices, Cash or .Terms." IW8WOTION INVITED. 0&TAZ.0GXJSB rBXX. W. H. Palin§&€o.,Ud. S88 George St. Sydney. Copies of the .Tumut Advocate ' and Adelong and Tumut!Express are obtainable from Mr. G. Speich, Tumut, and Mk. R. King, Adelong. PIANOS

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ADELONG P. AND A. ASSOCIATION, [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

ADELONG P. AND A. ASSOCIATION, I A meeting of members of the Adelong Pastoral and Agricultural Association, was held on Thursday night at Perkins* Post-office hotel. Present: Messrs. J. D. Brown, (chair), 0. H. Phillips, W. Roche, J. G. M'Laughlin, W. H. Russel, W. G. Prowse, H. 0. Aiken, E. Merryfull, Walker, R. King, R. Benson, A. Curtis, G. T. Budd, J. A. Perkins and J. Elphick. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The sub-committee elected to re port of a site suitable for a Show ground reported having inspected three sites, and of the three favoured a site at the eastern side of Mr. 0. W. Beegling's paddock and north of Mr. A. Curtis', the ground being Crown •lands. A general discussion ensued, some favouring the present Recreation Ground and others a certain private property contiguous to the town, which it was considered would be available for purchase at a reason able price. | Moved by Mr. Eiphick, seconded by I Mr. Benson, " That the Show be held th...

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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

''fp|e Jpumat <MdVQcafG.,> V TUESDAY,; JUNE 21, 1904. i'v GrENERAL. A workman named Berger has been arrested at'Berlin and charged with the recent ".Jack the Ripper'"'mur ders, . Two residents of Coonamble were engaged in a slander action before the Supreme Court this week. The jury gave a veidict for defendant, also finding that five of the witnesses, in cluding-three married women, had : committed * ■'-'perjury. -Mr; Justice Owen at once committed the whole of them for trial. The final returns of the Victorian referendum relating to religious. in f struction in State Schools show that 89,047 voted in favor of the Education Acts' remaining secular, andv 62,867 against. At the same time 78,986 votes were recorded in favor of the scheme of Scripture lessons recom mended by the Royal Commission, and 69,875 against. An outrage was perpetrated on the matron of the.. Lismore, ,Hospital on Tuesday night last, and also on a girl 13 years old near the samespot on the same even...

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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

I ADELONG. Mr. Doug Green (formerly of Ade iong), an enthusiast in athletics and sport, is now in Auckland, New Zealand. In a private letter he states that he and his brother are in good employment and like the new clime very well. The many friends of the obliging Post-mistress of Middle Adelong, Mrs. K Reily, will 'regret to hoar she has gone to Sydney to again undergo a sergical operation. Much sympathy is felt for her, and we hope soon to hear of her speedy recovery. Mr. J. Dowling Brown, the popular manager of the Adelong branch of the Bank of New South Wales, has been an acute sufferer for the past week or more from rheumatic gout and so severe has the attack been that he was unable to leave hi3 room for several days. He is now easier though not yet rid of the complaint. Mr. A. W. Molineaux has al30 had a bad time with lumbago and rheumatism. At the annual tennis tournament organised by the Wagga Tenmis Club, Miss E. Eyles and her sister (Mrs. Dunn), competing in the Ladies* Do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 June 1904

' Remep After Six Teaks.—Mrs. M. •A V Clark, of Timbcrry Range, N. S. Wales., Australia, writes : " I.wish to inform you of the wonderful benefit! I have,: received from your valuable medicines. I suffered from a severe cough for. six years and obtained no relief until I; took. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. One bottle cured meand I am thankful , to sa,y.that I have• never had the. cough' sinoe. Make any use of. this letter yon like for the good of any other poor sufferers." For sale by PEARCE & LONG, AP^LONG. Don't make a mistake 1 GEORGE JACKj SON'S Tailoring Establishment is between JjeeB* Surgery gad C« PaspUw s>

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