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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
Farm and Station. At Thursday's sales there was a big attendance of . buyers, and competition for sheep wad keen for all descriptions, prices showing a decided idvance on the races ruling on the previous Monday. Graziers operated freely and took away a fair number, for which they paid high prices, especially for lines of good-quality, young ewes. The market finished up remarkably strong. A number of sheep from the Upper Murray intended 'for the Victorian market are quarantined at Albury. On arriving at Albury the drover found that they would reach the market too soon, and therefore travelled on towards Howlong. On returning he was questioned as to the route traversed, and the Victorian inspector of stock refused them permission to travel Victoria, as part of the Howlong district has been proclaimed anthrax\x=req-\ infested. The sheep are now being fed at Albury, and if during 20 days none die they will be allowed to cross. Any fa-iner in these districts who has applied for and been ...
ALBUEY R. C. ANNUAL MEETING. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
ALBUEY R. 0. ANNUAL MEETING.. Nominations. The following are the nominations received lor the principal events to be run at the Albury R. C. Annual Meeting on April 1 and 2 :— Fibst Hurdles. Creeper Mite Tycoon Coaypheus Dunmore Cudelbar Glenva'e Burenda Perquisite Dunedin Galtee More Firebell Sunny Morn C.U.L. Albury Cup. Safeguard The Snail Gazelle Marie Shilling Review Parvo Latchkey M.L.D. Almen Mikado Roseberry Madge Loveshot Yum Yum Botheram Fortune Dunmore Andrew Indian Prince Denbies ,Snapshot Corinthian Rose Echo Grandstand Safeguard Gazelle Goldwing Parvo Harene tf.L.D. Roseberry Loveshot Dunmore Indian Prince Kruger Lord Roberts Echo Handicap, The Snail Meridian Marie Latchkey Yum Yum Almen Dromana Andrew Denbies Corinthian Rose
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
lir -This Pio./ju'-t -1 •('&lt; ra - c.t .. n regular monthly ,ii . it i-r; Th'j general c • n .i.ti.ye of the 'fAmbulance" .movvmeii' are called t'o^btlier for "to-uiorr p\v uigbt. Au .invitation>to atlund; is given to all ^persons'in.teresfeed! iifitlie matter. At the. meeting of members of the of the Liieraryln! titute off Wednesday night, only four put in an appearance, viz: Messrs W. D. Heather, H. G. Aiken, G. Jackson and YV. G. Merry\x=req-\ full. The business set down was the election of trustees in the place of Andrew Smith and D. Wilson, deceased and Messrs. Henry Sharp, and J. Mc\x=req-\ Coi'd, resigned. Messrs. T. P. Arragon C. J. Couglan, T. W. Witts and C. Purcell were selected to fill tho vacancies. Shortly before 10 o'clock on Sunday morning list a four-roomed cottage, with its contents, situated at Little Plain, Orahamstown, and owned and occupied by Mr. W. Collins, was totally destroyed by fire. \ The only-article saved was a sewing machine. The family h...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
COMING EVENTS. The number of nominations received for the Autum Handicap to be run at the Adeiong Jockey Club race meeting on Saturday next is below expectations. As there are many horses performiug at the races of neighbouring clubs, it was thought that a good percentage would come Adeiong way, but the anticipation was not realised. However, the paucity of entries for this race will be more than counterbalanced by the lists that are to be received for the minor events. The meeting afford horses not performing in adjoining districts a preliminary to the Tumut races, which take place next week. The course is in brilliant order after the recent rains, and a more seasonable time of the year could not be chosen for an outine. A variety of propitious circumstances promises to surround the Tumut Turf Glub's annual racing carnival next week. Delightful weather, the country a picture of nature's best beauty, large entry lists, big fields, complete arrangements, with crowded attendance will ...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
MINING. ; Recent rains have amplified the water supply in Mr. W. Ritchie's race for all requirements for the Reefer Battery. Many mine owners will be kept waiting several weeks to get their stone crushed, as the bookings are considerable. Besides the parcels from Gundagai fields, several lofc3 from Mt. Adrah and Wond&lga mines are to come forward. The prospectors in Broughton'a paddock, five miles from Gundagai, have bottomed their shaft, the wash being reached in 17$ffc. sinking. The wash is 2£ft. wide, and yields about 2idwt. per load. The prospectors at the Black Gate washed up the product of their labours for the week ending the 7th instant for yield of 8dwt. of gold. Of this one speck weighed 5dwt; the balance was what is generally termed coarse gold.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
Post-office Stores. GEORGE F. GRILL EGS to inform the Public of Tumut and District that since B PURCHASING THE BUSINESS OF NEWMAN & SON he has introduced SEW & SEASONABLE #| GOODS into ALL DEPARTMENTS He is in a position to DQ BUSINESS . for CASH OR CREDIT, And a trial is solicited to prove his QUALITY & PRICES. MAIZE, OATS, POLLARD, OIL CAKE, and all descriptions of PRODUCE on sale. H xUJ±V.iJ±l Ufc5" EU SSELL-STREET, TUMIJT, FOR EVERYTHING. DRAPERY, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS, ___ CROCKERY, &c.j &c. Fancy Goods, &c-, at greatly Reduced Prices. :o: -FOR CASH ONLY.. Our Stook must be cleared to make room for our Autumn Goods. H. WALKEE, GENERAL PROVIDER, The Sydney Stores. BAKER, CONFECTIONER. FRUITERER. &c. )3^-Cosmopolitan Hotel,"-^^ GRAHAMSTOWN. E. H. JACKSON, 1 PROPRIETOR. ■ niHIS AVELL-KNOWN HOTEL BUSINESS hus been acquired by ,R. }H- J- The JL ; promises havo undergone renovation and the new proprietor is using ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer .TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SOEGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. E, A. FITZGERALD. KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of cho o and well-matured PBIZE WINES. ASSORTED 0A"SES MADE UP. E. DEAR. Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELONM rpHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOE CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP J3KINS, HIDES, &e„ &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, And will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROBS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMESHUDSON, Turaut. THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. STREWEEK, Wholesale and Retail . Butcher, in thanking the public of ' Orahamatown and surrounding district for 'thi patronage accorded to him in the past, HdBures his customers that by laughtering !he very best beasts procurable in th...
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. Messrs. Wilkinson & Walker report having yarded 35 hd. cattle at the fumut Sale Yards on Saturday. Biddings was very dull, and aften a good of trouble thev disposed of nearly the whole of their yarding. The prices ruling were as followsFat bullock, from £7 10s, to £8; cows, forward condition, beefy, at £412s 6d; store steers, 2 and 8 yrs. bad collours, £3 18s; poddies, from £1 6s to£l 10. For a very fiue pen of fat bullocks they were offered for £9 2s 6d, but, being a good deal below owners' idea of their value, they were passed in.
"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MABCH 17, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
" Jpfye jflumuf aAdOocafs." TUESDAY, MABCH17, 1903. •GENERAL. ■ The Tujiut Advocate is available for delivery by all'country ; mails leaving Tumut oir tbo day of publication. A movement is on foot to secure the establishment of a high school n Wagga in connection with the btat&lt; education system. John Nichols, the lad who was with the unfortunate Heaps when passinc through Adelohg prior to being sho\x=req-\ in mistake for the Guilfoyle murderer, was at the Cooma Sessions last week sentenced • to six months imprisonment for'assaulting a 7-year-oid-girl. It is estimated that damage to thi extent of £250,000 was caused by tht terrific cyclone which swept Towns\x=req-\ vine last week. Not more than » couple of dozen houses were spared or or escaped. : Several steamers were driven aground. On Sunday last 6000 Tuppal ewes, C. Rivers in charge, decamped in Darlow's angle, looking in tip-top condition. They are bound for Gun\x=req-\ dagai, whence they will be trucked to Tuppal. Th...
Tumbarumba P. and A. Society. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 March 1903
Tumbarumba P. and A. Society. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW. (From our own Correspondent.) Inspite of drought and bad times this Years show, which took place on "Wednesday and Thursday, last was carried through without any depression; &nbsp; on the ardour of the executive com- inUtPfi Thev worked with extra zeal to' conterbalance the long.>oPBj against them; with the result being that the show, whilst not qui o eqrul to that of last year, was certainly a very fair one. Of course, the at- Saneeon the 'first ^ »TO| meagre—much smaller than usual whilst on the the second day there wns a fair average attendance, and, seeing. that a violent thunderstorm had broken over the.town between 4 .and n a.m. on Thursday when 68 points of rain was gauged .for that time, the attendance may be. counted as very wood especially as it was raining.rigbu throughout the day, another 48 points bein" recorded before b l^V^V v v secretary (Mr. Jack J. McAlister) and his sub-committees aio, all circumstan...
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. IN THE HAUNTED GRANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
n MYSTERY; Chapter vii.—coshnuud I IN THE HAUNTED GRANGER Biifc sjiddenly.'the silence-broke by a sound as o£ something being dragged across the floor of the room above, andi this was followed by. a half-stifled groan. ' ' • Scimething brushed past him. He caught a glimpse of what seemed • to be the outline of a human form, which' the next-moment vanished; Again he struck a light, but before it could well flame up the match-box was ;snatched out of his hand, the match being at the same ? time extinguished. • * Who or what were these - strangely silent figures- that apparently were hivering about him ? He had no lieliaf in tho supernatural, but in that m6ment!.he remembered Lady ;Marcb\x=req-\ morit's words :'' '' There are stranger .things to be mot.with.in this world ?ibfian you ever dreamed possible."' Well, here at last was a strange experience. A.gain from above came the • halt\x=req-\ stifled groan, as of a person in pain. Hugh moved cautiously towards the staircase. It was ail...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
Wasted Vitality • Vi/i if-: r ■ i,e ; 1 RESTORED TO Robust Health. lb Saw of W|r. Ifc SHANNON. (XT OUR RKFORTER): From faded letters and dimly-remembered talk'of those who once clung fondly to the legends and traditions of old, only a very liUzy outline of events can generally lie obtained, so for present renuiremouts it is advisable to get our information us opportunity ult'orila. This object led to a re porter^ visit to Mr. 9>ichird Shanujn, of uoganjo, St. James'-road, Waverley, on'.e t resident of Balmain, reference to which fact appears below. " When I wasliving in Birchgrove-rnad, Balmajn;" Buid Mr. Shaiitfon, " I had an experience which lean refer to very foelin.ly. II,is in relation to my health, which gave me considerable trouble uud anxiety. I couljf iiot enjoy anything, so you may gties* I a bad way. I felt thorouph^ khocked oiit, having no energy in my body to .do any work, and looking upou aiv matters which damn tinder' my notice at being 'too troublesome to be thoug...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
TENNIS. A tennis match was played at Greenbank, Nacka Nacka, on Wednesday between the Little Plain and; Greenbank clubs, resulting in a win for the former by 15 games. Quite a number of visitors from, Adelong mere, present and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Scores :— ■First round (Mixed doubles).—H.. Murphy aDd Miss Perkins v. B. Craig and Miss S. Prowse, 6—4 ; F. Gilbert and Miss N. Thornton v. R. M. Prowse and Miss Purcell,. 6—4; G. Murphy and Mrs. Hassett v. R. H. Prowse and Miss Gordon, 6—2,; R. Murphy and Miss C. Murphy y. J. Craig and Miss Craig, 5—6. Second round.—H. Murphy and'; Miss Perkins v. R. M. Prowse and Miss Purcell, 6—8; F. Gilbert and Miss N. Thornton v. R. Craig and Miss S. Prowse, 6—8 ; G. Murphy and Mrs. Hassett v. J. Craig.and Miss" Craig, 4—6 ; R. Murphy and Miss C. Murphy v. R. H. Prowse and Miss' Gordon, 6—2. ' "l Third round (Gents' doubles).—F. Gilbert and H. Murphy v. R. M. Prowse and R. Craig, 5—6 ; R. Murphy and G. Murphy v. R. H. Prowse and J. Cr...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
THE TURF. . Avalon, vsfbo started.a warm . favor: 'ite, faacTvefry; little trouble; in, syipping, the Ballarat;Ctip on Thursday.,,, The :Strathmore' gelding was ridden by; Turner, who has been in great ;jform, lately. ' Almen, who is engaged in the Albury Cup, won the Howlong Handicap, one mile and a quarter, on Tuesday last. The attention of horseowners is drawn to the programme- of the Tar\x=req-\ cutta Race Club for their annual meeting to be held on Easter Monday. The bill includes six events, involving £45 in prizes. Nominations for the Hurdle Race and ,Tar cutta Handicap, close with the secretary (Mr. W. T. Archer) at. 9. p.m. on Saturday next. To-morrow the Tumut Turf Club's racing carnival commences. It is expected that it will be a very successful gathering. A few scratching^ have been made in the big events,; but these were to be looked for in,a. list of nominations from all parts. The minor events brought out^splendid entries, so that good fields in all the races are assu...
Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
i i pome a^d Foreign. London. Mondav. !v- The Uruguayan Government have i copy^ito terms with the revolutionists ;ancl peace is assured. > , ^ An Abysainian. f.column goes\ to. j^ari .^itH iihe vi6w of helping to block .'the>MulUb^Wtfeat.; /! "DHe'B^hy' strike has. ended, a mijheta' 'meeting unanimously decid\x=req-\ ing'fo resume work. This determination. ' 'has giVGn intense satisfaction throtfghbut the affeoted districts. ' Obituary.-—Dean Farrar. A White League has been formed At Johannesburg against the importation Of all labour, except white. A istate of siege is imminent at Monaster. President Castro's resignation came as a Complete surprise. He has declined to reconsider his decision. ,, The Sultan of Morocco "is,, disbanding bis forces, and has announced the-rebellion ended. 'f_ .
TELEGRAMS. Colonial.SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday!. The Minister for Works turned the first sod of the'Temora to Barella®' railway: . ,XI- w ^ wor.'ur-i":t Mr. Bennett,'' honorary Minister, is suffering from a severe attack of quinsy. — Four candidates have been nominated for the Tamworth seat in the Legislative Assembly. ' The unemployed represent that wood-cutting is not remunerative. ; i Over a million pounds of the Board J of Works loan was offered in Mel- j bourne yesterday, but only £400,000 was forthcoming. v The tramway receipts show a great, falling off for this yens, as compared, with last yeaci . Sir John See leaves for Tamworth to-day to open the Show. The Bishop of Goulburn and Archdeacon Bartlett have resolved not to "join in humiliation and prayer for rain. They assert there ie-too mitcfhi of the commercial element in our prayers. ' ■' "■ Heloise and Cbantress nave Hot' accepted for the Doncaster Cup. In the cricket match yesterday, N. S. Wales scored 468 runs-in their second inniugs. Duff m...
Gundagai Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
Gundagai Show. The show held annually under the auspices of the Gundagai P. and A. Society took place on Wednesday and '■Thursday last. The exhibits both:in •number and quality were better' than was anticipated, but the attendance, was decidedly poor. To the drought and its effects on the circumstances of the usual patrons of the show is attributed the falling off in attendance. Tumut and Adelong districts (fared well. George King's Carmo carried off the 1st and champion prizes for stallion Syrs and over and for. th.e stallion. adapted for getting ■weight-carrying backs, hunters and ■'cavalry'horses■; John Arentz for yearling filly, and .S. Gordon for yearling .filly was awiircled a certificate. ' Matt' : adapted for breeding weight-carrying .hacks, hunters and cavalry horses, S. Gordon, , ,-Mrs. F, Guy ceirlificat'6.; 'Coaching filly, 2yrs or under," GV W.' -Dennis. Stallion, 1,4 hands or undefc, W. Barrett. Broojd mare, Syi's and over,. 14 bands orupdeiyMiss A:1 J". Ranken. Single...
LAGOON HILL. BENEFICIAL RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 24 March 1903
• LAGOON HILL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) BENEFICIAL RAINS. 'Since: my last ldtter a glorious change an the weather has taken place, and •splendid and most beneficial rains has ifulfcn. It was the usual Tumba\x=req-\ ruinba Show weather. Strange to relate, for the past five consecutive years the annual Show of the Tumba\x=req-\ rumba P. and A. Society have been attended by rain on the second day. It was a pity that the attendance should have been interfered with and the pleasure of those on the ground .marred ; but the people would sooner see the rain" falling and chance a" ^ ducking " than have a continuance ■df the direful drought. GENEBAL The public school building is on the' urge of completion and will be ready for inspection by the end of the week. ATriewboteHs in course of erection at Laurel Hill. It is expected to be fit for occupation and report by the licensing insoector by next sitting of the Licensing Court early in april. , Mr. Cambage, Chief Mining Surveyor, is at pr...