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Tumut Race Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Tumut Race Festivities. Last week will long be remembered as\x=req-\ one of the liveliest Tumut has experienced for a long time. ' The races were a most pronounced success and were well attended. The places of personal accommodatio^jdrove a brisk trade. Host Mat. Downing was no exception on tlie racecourse.1 Mrs. O'Shea attended to the luncheons in her usual first-class style, and Mr. F. Myers, with his fruit stand, was well up to the occasion. The " books " were well "up to business, and must have been satisfied with their returns. The delivery coaches had a brisk time of: it, arid there was an absence of dusti on the occasion, for which passengers were grateful. Losers and winners were alternately cheered, and they were also soothed by the capital music rendered by Messrs. Homan and party. At night on' Wednesday, Mr. O'B Hen's spacious hall was a principal attraction where that great dramatic sensation, " The Village Vagabond/' was staged by Mr. Collet Dobson, who, aided by his cl...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

. Ghamue'hijAinV Couuii jtusreDvis a euro for severe' colds, persistant coughs and ,a .preventive of pneumonia. It is the,mother's favourite for hooping , cough. It 'always, cures and cures qaiokly. PEAROE.&IjONG. it. . i

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Presentation to Mr. S. Richardson. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Presentation to Mr. Richardson. On Thursday last an .afternoon tea was'.tendered-to Mr. .8. 'Richardson (who, for oyer' 8 years, has been teacher at the Tumut Plains Public School) by the pupils, .past and present, under-his.tutelage. . All the ladies of Tumut Plains were present at the school, and Mr. R. M. Shelley (who occupied the chair) said he was pleased to be present to testify to the good qualties of1 their guest, who h&d proved himself an admirably tea«her and a good worthy eHiaen amongst thorn. IJo spoko, in glowing torms of tlje advantage now received by children as regards their education, and contrasted it with early days when it was hard and expensive to obtain. He urged the scholars to improve their, opportunities and endeavour to excel in their studies. He., had great pleasure in handing to Mr. Richardson a silver. biscuit < bowl, the < gift of:bis present and. past scholars, who begged his acceptance of'the small souvenir in recognition...

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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

TARCUTTA. (From Our Own Correspondent.) During March over thiree inches of rain were recorded at the local post\x=req-\ post-office. Needless-'to "say, this amount has had a very beneficial effect upon the herbage, and a good spring ;!is noticeablein the grass- hereabouts; but l will not be like the majority of : country correspondents, whose tune, : alternately, seems to . be: " The drought has broken, copious supply of ' water,. grass growing luxuriantly jand then, after about a .week's ■quietude; express themselves thus: " Water fast drying up, cattle pad-, docks are as bare as a road, stock ■dying daily/' No,. Mr. Editor ; we ■need.two or three inches of - rain ere, the middle of April and suitable grass\x=req-\ growing weather. fcilLthe---end.of that: ;|mpnth,,itO(S8-ye :ar,:;gre»t^ nj5iny,h Jioyses, i and : cattle/ in: iiris piitt^ t Nearly ..fiy& inches qf rain; - have fallen since the • commencement of the year. . The chief topic here is our, annual: graces, to be he...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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District Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. (Before His Honor Judge Hamilton.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

District Court FRIDAY, MARCH 27. (Before His Honor Judge Hamilton.) The principal case was . one. that loccupied, the time of - the .court from about 11 a.m. on Friday to 1 a.m. on Sunday—H. 0. Wilkinson v. Arthur Pether, for detention of a cow he claimed, as his property. Mr. James (instructed by Mr. Taylor) for plaintiff; Mr. Gannon (instructed by Mr. Emanuel) for defendant. When it is taken into consideration the plaintiff was six hours in the box, and had no less than 30 witnesses, while the defendant had 15, the evidence is too voluminous for insertion. A jury of four were empanelled, consisting of Messrs. J. McGregor, A. J. Jenkins, J. E. Madigan and James Blakeney, and their task was indeed a most unenviable and unprofitable one, three of them being in business in town. Mr. John Weeden declined to answer to the summons and was fined1 £2. The barristers displayed all their volubility, and severely cross hackled the various witnesses. At midnight' on Saturday the jury were equa...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Home ttnd^ForiBign. London, Monday. Sir Hector MacDohaldV body was brbught secretly to Lohdon on Sunday.. • A number of Scotchmen were much disappointed at being unable to 16am the tinle of arrival tit the tertnitius.'° There is' much indignation at the widow's determination to have • <the ■ remains quietly interred in the Deaths Cemetery at Edinburgh. At 6 o'clock on Monday morning those assembled at the train paid their last honors in Gaelic fashion. .. In a conflict between Bulgarians and: Turkish troops at /Istib, several, were killed and. wounded. ■ : - Many'Boers, are disgusted at the tyranny of. German East African officials, /and tare rationing to. Cape\x=req-\ (Colony.,, i'K, :i.CT3- .««$'; Obituary.—Eev;.h€hag.> Clarke, lecturer at Bristol. • ; / . .. , . ! Copenhagen walls are placarded warning the . Kaiser...ijot to come. Some of the placards threaten " Death to. the tyrant." , . .Thirteen thousand troops have surrendered at Kano, being satisfied with the B...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

MININ.Gr On Tuesday' last a parcel of BitotiS of stone was crushed at the Reefer Battery from Eurcell and party's mine at Wondalga, yielding 6ozs.: ;9dwts. 12grs. of gold. The result was highly satisfactory and quite up to expectations as the stone was only seconds, the best having been picked out and sent to Cockle Creek. The shareholders in this mine have now decided to crush all the ore at the Reefer Battery and send only pyrites to\x=req-\ Cockle Creek. Prospects at the Black Gate rush (aays the Gundagai "Times") are somewhat brighter, a couple of claims being now on payable wash. The ground lowet' down the gully in McKinney's ground is thought to be better than that higher up, where it is broken about, high bars being met, with, whereas the new claims -in McKinney's iand have ;been .sunk ini more even ground. - Meldrum, Collins; and party, contesting of six men, have, bottomed a shaft at a depth of ,42 feet, giving 2 feet 6 inches of wash. Nield, Murphy and party bottomed, yon ...

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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Sydney,>: Tuesday. Three young ladies were drowned iu .jihe Marrumbidgee-. River.- between Loehardk' and^arantter^fv';^ i i,Sir John See says that'the Government are determined to make the fight at/Taimworth' one 'to a finish. Mtf. Garland held good.meetings yesterday. Major Roth has' been' appointed principal Medical Officer for the New South Wales forces; • Another case of plague has qcn cutred at Freemantle. - Overjan. inch of rain :-;was recorded at several stations yesteraay and Sun^ day. •- _ ■ At :Horaebush" yesterday.all classes; of stock showed an "improvement in values. Wheat is.somewhat easier, owing to heavy arrivals from the Pacific Coast. Australia has hardened for the Doncaater. Idler. is. 'ndXt best favourite. r"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

^'fmp^rtWt; :3tlWide»'rt: < K • V!'^f *f*-y ^ 47, «">* .,1 1 . 5 ; ' :o: J,t • " t ' . . t * 1 ! * 'it '^^'A n'l -DON'T. FORGET . , THAT TO DAY .£ * t ', . * , ; !JrtO?4 : IS FIRST OF . , E2M: ,j$ '^QN's ,r: ' ' f'-.-" ..■:■ ,- ; ■<" » * Eleven Days'Sale. —; -o:o:o—- — - '""■'"'BARGAINS . :.; •IN "EVERY DEPARTMTENT. :vV:,:v-/v:-vc>>^ ^ -'-v.:. .■■■-■. ' . ■ ..*•*. . •• ■" v •••::'•.• J •. ; /-^rv/c'Cv^LW ;■<:.« • • {. > ..■£ r , ■: -• ''STACKS 'OF REMNANTS. -00——-i— ." ■PYLES & SON£ ■'if-' ' '' ,•'■•• l-I • .* ■** •■;• -k* ■sv , i » .• •" ••^4'^' ;S.. 'Y:' ■ ' v: ■ r ' \ ' . ? / .. .. j • ;; .; Post-office Stores. - 'N oio : •'■— ' ; v :• ' < :'' • '■{: ; , ,.y' BEGS to inform the Public of Tumut and District that since PURCHASING THE BUSINESS he has introduced IEW & SEASONABLE ^ goods"!# • ' ^ 1 * into ■ ; < :: ; ^ i i; ALL DEPARTMENTS He ' is in a position, to, DO BUSINESS , ; , ; . j ft' . ' for f ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMU.T-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aug. Com. Horse. E. A. FITZGERALD, EYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stook a large assortment of cho o and well-matured PBIZE WINES. ASSORTED CA"sIs MADE UP.; R. DEAR, Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manulacturei fJiHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, gHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &c., In Large or Small Quantities, ■ tat! will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at BOSS1 COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES~HUDS01Sf, Tomut. THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. S '.TOE WEEK, Wholesale and Retail . 'Batcher, in thanking the public of Gra.temstown and surrounding district for thi p utaaiage accorded to him in the past, ■Usuri * Ws customers that by laughtering he verj" best beasts procurable in the dis\x=req-\...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

; .Chamberlain's Pain Bulm is .11 liniment r4U?flje ordinary pses ,of'a' linlxbentj has quality which ,distinguish it'frdm other-remedies of this' class. Pain Balm is especially benefipial for rheumatism. iThou.Batfd. .q£ can be cited,. in. .whichit efifectc^lci}C|ire"^yHen'. the'sufferer' 'had " previously tl^cd Hlic best'medical service wiUi'but' scciuuiijj''■'relief.-: 'Pain - Balm .is positively guaranteed to give relief in the most, j severe ..case <■ of • phronic or acute, rheumatism.. Pain Balm heals bruises, burns and scalds in less t'me - than any other . treatment. It is "antiseptic" that "is, it prevents putrefaction and ', by iso doing, • generally prevents ai^..unsightly sqar remaining .after. an injury ia haalod. 'For lame back, lumbago and neuralgia, Pain -' Balm' has mo equal. It has tho quality of " getting to the right spot." .No sufferer 1 from these distressing affections, should defer ! ,a: trial of this remedy. One application gives : relief, Try it....

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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

" (]%e (pumut ^dtfocate." : TUESM$;!MARCH 81, 1903. G^ENEB^L; s ,. .U?<U' 1 • > " * ;• ' The TumutAdvocate is available for delivery by- all country mails leaving Tumut on th^ day of publication. ! . iThe following transfers of teachers have been gazetted Mr. E. Stokes, from Mundarlo. to Myrtle Park ; .Mr. F. Alldis, from Adelong Grove to SBoree Greek ; Mr. John Humphreys, 'from Mount Adrah to, Adelong Grove; ' Mr,vH. J. Rolfe, from -Bpree Creek to ^Moant Adrah:; Miss M. Findlay, from Lower.J3ago to Piney Range. 'The 'iwell-known cricketer, "Syd." Gregory, .gave some particulars in evidence idi-the Bankruptcy Court on Friday of the ' financial side of the tours of the Australian cricket team in ^England. Taking his own case only, !Mr». Gregory fsaid that in Vthe 1890 !toiir hemade'iiOO ; in 1896; £400 for £500,$ in<18&9, £700; and in 1902, '£800, ilSO G&^h'ich .came from the South African.tour. A distairbahce occurred at'Wyalong on Thursday h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

YITADA'J'IO : ■ r. :l- Fon u; ■■ ■* INSQMNIA;: TRY IT! , , PAINSIN CHESIV Lbls'oF APPETITE . , ' AND SLEEP.' Half Moon-bay, Stewart Island, N.Z., i v"' June; 23,1899. ■ , -Mr.'S. A. PA^jMEE, .... : ' Inveroargill Depot. . . ; I haveinupU pleasure in' testifying to the '.benefits received from VITADATIO. I have been a- great sufferer for the past six years, and have had the best medical advice in ! Dunediii aud Inveroargill, without receiving .any satisfactory results. I was told my disease. wan incurable,: iny lungs badly affectcd, and terrible paina in the cheat, aqa ■never hud appetite or good sleep for 'months. ■ After taking (5)' large bottles of Vitadatio I.feel a different man. • il 'Wjll fleyev gp Avithqut.ijt b,9.tye i.of Vita: datio in my. house. -I ttin.npw^cijjoyhjg good Ui^lthKujidjthiipJcful.fQiutlio grcat rei'rt^cly. ■:•/'iYou.E'averliberiy '.to . use ;.thiB> ietteiVas -yota wish. ' ' ,f Yours faithfully, (Signed) To»n.-Eobert3, . '.Half!moon Bay,:Stewart.Island.' F...

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Farm and Station [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Farm and Station ■ - An executive meeting of the council .of the Farmers and Settlers' Association is convened in Sydney for April 6,, and the following day the Premier has consented to receive a deputation from' the association. The matters specially listed for representation and discussion at the executive meeting are :— Drought relief legislation; the right of conversion of H.S. and S.L. into: •(LRi.advances.-tq settlers legislation, landwatefcrconservation* . ..m,< A. Federal Capital hunter is advocating Harden as. the site for the Commonwealth City. All these; little spots that the parochial man has seen during his travels over $ 10-mile radius of the place where he was born, possess all the typographical, •advantages and material requirements for a federal capital; but they cannot , all be the best. • ' Ac the monthly meeting of the. Council of the Stockowners'Associa\x=req-\ tion in Sydnej'. on Wednesday, the question of the disqualification of, station managers un...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

^HE,;TURP. Echo's weight (7.12) in the Albury Cup/of 1 mile 8 furldngs, should be nice and handy to carry over the distance if he retains the form shown at Tumut.' -Some judges say. Echo was short of fast Work before the Tumut: races ; but, be that as it may, Mr. Fred. Purcell is the only trainer that has- been able to do anything with him- for ■ some ; cons;derable time, though he has been through several hands in previous processes of pre-, paration, and it was an • almost confirmed opinion that he was an overrated horse. Had it not been for the, poor start he received , in the Town Elate, his chances of adding ..another: victory would have been , .pretty\x=req-\ roseate.. The .advantages of. the. starting, machine over-the old/flag method was never, before, fi'o perfectly • demons trated as.... at ..the ..Tumut ; races. Starters under, the old system can hark back to the, times when their patience was tried beyond measure in getting the • fields away on anything like even' terms....

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SPOTTING. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

SPOTTING. -■»" ' KAOING FIXTURES. Albury Kacing Club—April 1 and 2. •Tttvcutta. Racc Club—Annual meeting April 18. , -Young Turf Club—April 29 and 30.

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FERNDALE v. MELBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

FrERNDALjiv. A match was played at " the end' of the week between the Eevndale and. , JMplba clubs on the dOurt of the' ;^rnjei', fti)d witnessed by a good-crowd' of spectators.- Spme of 'the games w«»i;e very inte'restirtgaijd "aj» tjje close j-MeUw hail won £8 games Fori) • dale 45. For Melba the players were : Mrsi Allen, Missbs V. Fuller;: M. Fuller and Neiberdeng, Messrs. W. Allen, G. Stubbs, W. Fuller and D. Fuller. For Ferndale: Misses S. Clarke, M. Neill, F. Roots and M. Allen, Messrs. H. Stephens, 0. Clarke, D. Walsh and R. Stubbs. Results of the' play "(Fern'dale !'tili1dl M'elba respectively), First Round.—Miss F. Roots and' R. Stubbs v. Miss V. Fuller and G.' Stubbs, 2-^-6; Miss M. Neill and H. Stephens v. Mrs. Alleiti and W. Allen, 8—6; Miss S. Clarke and D. Walsh v. Miss M. Fuller and W. Fuller, 6—0; Miss M. Allen and C. Clarke v. Miss Neiberdeng and D. Fuller, 1—6. . Second Round.—Miss F. Roots and R. Stubbs v. Mrs. Allen and W. Allen,' 6—1; Miss M. Neill and H. Steph...

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TENNIS. TARCUTTA v. MERRIVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

TENNIS. .TARCUTTA v. MERRIVALE. A match was nlayed between .the ■above-clubs on the Merrivale court on Saturday, 21st inst., and after an f enjoyable day's play,Tg,rcutta nwon by\x=req-\ '55 games. Appended ,; are ;the scores, the winners being named first:—. Gents' Doubles;—W..T. Archer.and A. Ingram v. E. E. Prowse. and W. Ritchie, 6—2; W. T. Archer and A. .Ingram v. J. Humphreys and H. Bellamy, 6—8 ; T. G. Galvin and E. ,J,. Pearce v. J. Humphreys and ;H. Bellamy,.6,-r-l; T. (5. Galvin and.E. J. Pearce v. E. 'E. Prowse and. W. Ritchie, .6—5, Ladies': Doubles. ^Misses . Pearce and Brown v.-Misses F. Ehlers and Trudgen, 6—.1; .Misses Pearce and Brown y,;. Misses Witts and Ritchie, 6—0.; Mrs. T. G. Galvin and Miss Galvin ; v. Misses Witts and Ritchie, :C—2; Mrs. T. G. Galvin and Miss sGalvjin.y. Misses JShlers and Trudgen, 16^2. ■v" iMi^edi|)bufeiea.-T-Mji3s . Brown- and j A. ingmm. jy/if'Miss Tjcudgen and ,H. Bellamy, 6—0. ; Miss,Brown and A; Ingram, Y...:Miss Witts,,and J, Humphre...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

ADELONGi We are pleased to learn that Mr. J. 6. McLaughlin, the;popular host of the Commercial Hotel, who received what Wjis at first deemed by Dr, Maber a serious injury to; the eye,. :i%.Bhp5ying; very-favourable signs o£, regaining his ,,. sight,. itWhich , wa,s, materially impaired by the mishap. At -length , arrangements were, satisfactorily ?,niade for the. transfer of Constable M. Wilson, of ,Shepards\x=req-\ town,, to,.Bega, whither he took his departure yesterday. He carries with him the goodwill and best wishes of the community amongst whom he has resided for a number of years, and his, many friends trust that the change to a coastal region will restore his good wifetohealthfulness. Gbokoe Jackson, Tailor, etc., next to Passlow'a, Tumut-street, Adelong. Got-your suits nmrle, by a bona fide tailor who takes your measure and cuts' the cloth you select accordingly; and does not pick out a slops-■ uinde suit of about the same measurements , and send-it to .you as tailo -made, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

'Sfromley, leader of th,a -labor party iu Victoria, has secure^ £500 damages 1 from " Table .Talk"' for libel; ■ . . Jackson's (the only Adelong tato) jblotlifes; nre made, on the premises^-arti t}ut lUider ihcs. personal supervision o£ the, proprietor, andf every satisfaction is guaranteed. Prices\x=req-\ moderate. Workniaiiahip supprion i fit'\x=req-\ and style.the iatest..... , J *'■" Coiao causes a rolling and* twisting of the intestines and is accompanied by seveiepain.-' Chamberlain's Colio,. Cholera and l>iftrrhoea Remedy is the favourite reiitedy. for -this • disease. Every household should have a bottle at hand. 'Get: ittOdtty. PEAKCE -fc LONG Bell it

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