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

Don't be gulled iy ^presentations made by loual agehts far - • Sydney '.factories.* /They will , shortly be • tp .conform to''conditions which will .compel them to acknowledge that they have • been .-supplying yoit with slops for tailor-made ^garments. 'Jackson iB the only local tailoi\x=req-\ ••who makes bis suits ou tho premitsot)

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horse and Sulky Theft. TWO PUBLICANS VICTIMISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

Horse and Sulky Theft. i\VO PUBLICANS VICTIMISED. Upon the long list of crimes reported in this and neighbouring districts during the last few months comes one of the most cheeky and audacious that it has become our lot to chronicle. On Friday night or early on Saturday morning Mr. J. G. McLaughlin's isuiky and harness were taken out of the Commercial Hotel, yard, Adelong,. and Mr. J. A. Perkins', fine buggy horse Sunnyeide was removed from the paddock After the thieves had broken the padlock with which the gate- was fastened by a. chain. The sulky was. drawn out of the yard and along the road for some distance before the hr>rse was harnessed and put m, and the tracks of the wheels show that it was driven on .to the Wagga road. The thieves must have gone off without, a cushion in the sulky, as this accessory was, with the whip, put away carefully under lock and key when last: the vehicle was used. Strange to say that, though another sulky was in the yard, and a very fast trotting...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 31 March 1903

TUMBARUMBA. (From our own Correspondent.) "Since my last there has not been any fall of rain. There is a wonderful growth in the grass and, should we be fortunate ehough to miss a visitation of frost, then we .may1 expect to huve a, plentiful supply of grass for the winter. The0 various, drovers are' busily engaged in •' mustering the scattered flocks of sheep in the mountains and travelling them away to the plains. A few purpose remaining in the hills until the middle of May. \ ■; During last week the Truant Inspector brought on several cases of breaches of the Truant Act at the local court. In one case a parent was fined (including costs) in the amount of £2.16s Od, whilst another had likewise to pay 16s 8d. Our local cricketers purpose making a tour during Easter week, and are therefore arranging matches with the ' Cherry Hill, Bago and other clubs. - ' On: '-Wednesday week evening the (friends of Constable' Cooper met in '"'the Victoria Hall where they tendered iir. and Mrs. Coo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. SILAS LEECH PURSUES HIS INVESTIGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

inn mm THEDEEPDENE MYSTERY t CHAPTER VHI.—Comiinueo. liBECH PURSUES HIS ItJVESTIGA\x=req-\ t , TIONS. •iHe'Hafl found out that. th« Hdv Wno called bars If 'Mrs. Barton was. yb^btf^oqilSiooking, andfbytnO;meaps £ l"f i § '-V § •; , MeL &ai$pu ' mysterious •.MfcijaJnftgp, it seemed to 'him, and the '^fe&liSUtiienfc was " queer J" "Bat,, &cre are many " queer ", establishments in London, and Mrs." Barton, oV her method of living, did; 'not interest hiui in the slightest <d6£fte$ Except in^iiier relation to k for ifc! she tow *L&gtoli al$ she certainly ?did - ^not > rknowsvr^iin under that name.-' • . • "-But he Writes to her," ho thought. " I know^that, fprJ have seen two of hisl^er,i;?irt lea^t, I have -seen the .addr^l^o^l^as, though >not :;the, contents? "vAh<t I" have found' oiit for certain that he sent her three hundred pounds of tho five that he borrowed from me. He must ;bo known toher by„some other uame." . "He was st...

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 — 7 April 1903

score! _ Povisions of their Act, "holdings Wbre enclosed in abbit proof fence. The owners of the stations are to be informed that full rates must be paid and that the question of a refund will be considered when the Pastures Protection Board .accept office, and the new act comes into force. There was a discussion as to whether holdings partly enclosed with rabbit proof fencing were entitled to half rates, and it was shown there was a difference in this respect between the Rabbit Act and the Pastures Protection Act. Tne Lands Department asked the Board for a cheque for £74 6s Bel; total expenses incurred until the election of the Eabbit Board. The secretary was asked to write asking for details of the claim. W. Davies, of Reno, wrote in regard to his appointment as secretary of the Board. He had noticed by the press his appointment was not unanimous, and as he did not care to undertake the office without the complete confidence of the Board, he had decided to retire from the position...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEDESTRIANISM. AMBULANCE SPORTS. STARTS FOR THE EASTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

PEDESTRIANISM AMBULANCE SPORTS. STARTS FOR~THE EASTER HANDICAP. The following are the nominations and handicap declared for the Easter Handicap to be run off at the Ambulance Shorts on Easter Monday:— W. D. Heather, A. W. Watson, J. J. McAlister, Geo. Blomley, W. Lyttle\x=req-\ ton, Jno. Webber, Jos. Webber, Jos. . Gam bell, scratch ; Joe Donaldson, S. Donaldson, 8yds ; H. Green, E. Broweu, 4yds; A. G. Kranzolien, T.; McEvoy, A. Donaldson, 5yds ; C.: ' iSrnith, W: McNamara, D. Kelly, 7yds'-,j i J. Lonehan, J. Stephens, 8yds; A. !Day, A. Whitley, E. Prowse, A.WV Smith, D. Green, R. Ibbotson, 9yds ;: \V. J. Lawson, A. Wyburn, E. Bird,; . B; ;Boavei:, (Geo..dohn, W. Emery, A.j [,ScanHler,vJ. Hides, A. Foster, lGyds;; 1'. .Seuit, J. Planner, W. Wiles, AVaters, illyds ; - J. Perkins, 1?. Capel, rtByda'oW. "Ayres aud .R.'GwyjislByte, , oyal Hotel to-night, Mr. Webb re-, ceiving the present on behalf of Mrs. Webb and himself. Mr. Webb will also be presented with an illuminated address. He ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. MELBA v. FERNDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

TENNIS. MELBA v. FERNDALE. A match between the gentlemen members representing Melba and Ferndale Clubs (8 a-side) was played on the court of the latter and was witnessed by a good crowd of spectators. Melba won by 10 games. Results of the play ;— First round.—H. Stephens and D. Walsh v. W. Fuller and G. Sfcubbs, 6—2 ; C. Clarke and A. Eoots v. D. Fuller and E. Tillett, 5—6 ; J. Beattie and E. Stubbs v. T. Noonan and W. Allen, i—6; J. Collins and E. Skerrie v. W. Bourke and 0. O'Brien, 5—6. Second round.—H. Stephens and D. Walsh v. D. Fuller and E. Tillett, 5—6 ; C. Clarke and A. Boots v. W. Fuller and G. Stubbs, 2—G; J. Beattie and E. Stubbs v. W. Bourke and O'Brien, 5—6 ; J. Collins and E. Skerry v. T. Noonan and W. Allen, 0—6. Third round.—H. Stephens and D. Walsh v. W. Bourke and O. O'Brien, 6—0 ; C. Clarke and A. Eoots v. T. Noonan and W. Allen, 6—S; J. Beattie and E. Stubbs v. D. Fuller and E. Tillett, 5—6 ; J. Collins and E. Sketfry v.' W. Fuller and G. Sfcubbs, 0—6. Totals : ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

A.NJ5EMIA, : WEAKNESS & -PEBILITY CDBED: l$i • WJ^BBEll'S YITADATIO CALL AND SEE MBS. WALKER AT HER ADDRESS. 147 Donison-street, Waverley, September .29, 1900. Mh. S. A. PALMER,• Mv daughter, twelve years of age, has suffered for years from Anmmia, Weakness, and Debility. I had two leading doctors attending to her sinco she was four years of age, and tried everything that I thought would do her good, but to uo purpose until some months ago,a frieud of mine who was taking Webber's VITADATIO for Hydatids advised me to givo her the saiuo medicinc, which I did, and after a course of VITADATIO (which I obtained l'rom the Paddington Agency, 5i77 Oxiord-stiaet) she gradually improved, gained in weight; and got ti good.color, and is now'in ,the best of healths ;j hand yo'ii": tlii s 'tusti)no|i i'al •' to make1 use of iifi' ytfu please for the' benetit'ijf^others', afid- will give turther'JiMfonnntionito.ntiy iperson'calling at my,address.- ■ • 4. „ Yours faithlully, , • (Mrs.) 1II....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Divine Services. GOOD FRIDAY (APRIL 10). METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

Divine Services. Gooi> Fkiday (Ai'itiij ] • METHODIST. Ailoloug.—7.30 p.m. Lenten Service. Hev, J. K. Turner. Subject; " The Crucifixion of Jesms Christ." Special saored music.

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 — 7 April 1903

P. E. McGRaTH. Fashionable Tailor, j | AS commenced business in premises I s NEXT to the ADELONG LITEBARY INSTITUTE, and by strict attention to business and prompt execution of all Orders entrusted to him, hopes to receive a share of public support. Suits, made to order, from £3\x=req-\ Trousers • • • • 17s 6d\x=req-\ CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED & PRESSED IE ALPINE PHOTOGRAPHER, it X mighi not be known, BUT has the only original DEEP SNOW PHOTOGHAPHS of Mount Kosciusko) and he challenges competition Turaut and Gundagai views on hand. Patronage solicited. D. McRAE J.J. ORMISTON, SURGEON DENTIST. TUMUT, Will Visit Adeloa'g MONDAY and TUESDAY, FORTNIGHTLY. May be consulted at Rooms nd joinmh Mr. H. C. Aiken's Adelong Pharmacy Appointments can be made with Air. H. C. Aiken. - Royal Agricultural Sociey of KS.W. ■PRIZES, "£35-00, . •Jrand Commonwealth Show 8th to 16th April, 19Q3. PRIZE SqiJBDUIjES for the forthcoming SHOYV may be had on application at : he office of this, pajj^r. F. WB...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United Tent Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

United Tent Mission —t A public meeting was held last night in the Adelong Methodist Church to wind up matters in connection with the above mission, recently held in Adelong. The Rev, J. IC Turner presided. The secretary reported the number of converts as follows: Church of England 92, Methodist 81, Presbyterian 3, Roman Catholic 1; total 127. The treasurer's balance-sheet, which wa» adopted, disclosed an income of JE15 10s 8d, and an expenditure for church collections, removal of tent to Tumut, cartage of seats, printing, &c., of £18 6s 9d, leaving, a credit balance of £2 3s lid. Votes of thanks were accorded the families who entertained the Missioner and: his staff, Mr. John Perkins for the use of his paddock, Mr. E. Thompson for special Becretarial and other dutjes, and to all who specially assisted in the work of the mission. Jackson's (the only Adelong tailor) clothes are mride on the premises, are cut under the personal supervision of the proprietor, and overy satisfac...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adelong Literary Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

Adelong Literary Institute* A meeting of the 'committee of the Adelong Literary Institute was held last night, there being present: Eev. J. K. Turner (president), Mrs. Men\x=req-\ love, Miss Perkins, Messrs. W. D. Heather (secretary), H. 0. Aiken (treasure;), E. J. Eyles, A. W. Watson and A. Merryfull. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from Mr. R. Donaldson, M.L.A., in reference to pictures that he had procured (for the framing only) for three public institutions—Tuinut Cottage Hospital, Tiunut School of Arts, aud Adelong Literary Institute. They were rail free to Gundagai and were now at the Tumut Hospital, where he wished a committee from each institution to meet and inspect them and agree amongst themselves what pictures they would take. He had tried to get six for each, but could only obtain 15 in all, 13 of which cost 10s each to frame, one £1, and one £2. The latter was a panoramic view. All the pictures were of Australian sce...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

Don't be gulled by representations made by local agents for Sydney factories. They will shortly be obliged to conform to condition* which will compel them to acknowledge that they have been supplying. you with slops • for tailor-made i garments. Jackson is the only local tailor who makes his suits on the premises Sonus amd Swollen Joints, sharp, shooting pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep— that means rheumatism. It is n stubborn .(Jj^ease to light, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm Jias conquered it thousands of times. One application gives relief; • Try it. PEARCE & LONG sell it. CvrMttui'.K always thk r.F.scuv o£ neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough Kernedy. will ))qti .cure catarrh, but will cure the cold and so prevent fjisl dfsagrpeable : maHidy. This remedy not only ttiljayos'thfi I9511I jj.T,-ltf|$pn of' the throat and lungs, but removes the udukea of the diseased condition. . It ; leaves the' system in natural and healthy, condition. It cures and oures qiiiokly. PE...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Home and Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

Home and Foreign. London, Monday. Mr. Chamberlain absolutely denies the " Chronicle's" story of an autumn dissolution. The Mullah, with twelve thousand troops, is at Wal Wal Wells, seventy miles north-west of Galadi. The cathedral at Sofia was crowded. The priest eulogised the fallen, while speakers outside the cathedral commended the example of the fallen. Vasquel has defeated the rnvolutioti\x=req-\ .st:- outside Banco Domingo. Kiug Edward was ovationed at Libson. The Dowager Empress of China has pacified Prince Tuan and Tung Fuh Siang with money. The County Council's five million loan was covered twice.

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 — 7 April 1903

George Jacichon, Tailor, &c., V> Passlow's.Tumut-street, Adelorig, (Jptyour suits made by a bona f^o trvilov \ylio takes your mensure and cuts ilio oloth you select aooord^nRly; rvrnl does not pick onta slops Htftdo suit of about the saiiio measurements and nend it to you as tailo -made, as do the Sydney factories. The Elusive Pigskin Is tho source of much sport and the cause of many* injuries. Football players should use Chamberlnm'^ Pain Balm, an antiseptic liniment, ^epiaUy: valuable for sprains ■ and ; brings. Ope. ap-. plication gives relief Try it. PEAJtiQE & LQNG.;eolTit, ; a Monday.. The Auburn murder cas menced yesterday, about twenty jurors were challenged. The Russian agricultural expert considers New South Wales ahead of Victoria.. In the dairying interest sheep advanced in price at the Homebush sale yards. Fine and warm weather prevails all over the State. Australia, Idler and Marvel Loch are favorites for the Doncaster. In produce markets yesterday b...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUMBARUMBA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

TUMBAROMB (From our own Correspondent^ Quite a change in the weatH^^M now perceptible. Last night (Vl^H nesday) we were visited by the frost of the season, and it hns wrougl^ •i "rent dei 1 of diimajje-in thf different .rs crop up to the preseut ti^a iwtn Bij..wing a marked improvement, but, doubtless, the frost will ruin any prospect of a plentiful supply for the winter. Work at theUnion Jack Mine is now being steadily proceeded with. The wash-up at Burra was com-; pleted last week, and rumour hath it; that the result was satisfactory. Every day small flocks of sheep are passing through the town, journeying from the mountains to the plains. In almost all ca3es the sheep are low in condition, and only about half of the number taken up to the hills are now being brought back, the rest having succumbed to weakness from want of water and grass. Quit6 a number of people are taking advantage of the Easter excursion trains for a visit to the metropolis. Owing to the arrangement made for r...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

MINING. Last Wednesday afternoon very rich ore was struck in Cadzow and Hassett's mine at Mt. Adrah in the face of a drive following along the top of the reef dipping into the Hill. The owners now have the reef proved to 40ft and it is estimated that the scopes contain stone that will average ioz per ton. The last crashing went 8ioz. Crowe and party at Mt. Adrah have sent two tons of stone from their mine to Cookie Creek for treatment. A crushing of the first parcel of ' stone from the Hidden Treasure mine, owned by an Adelong syndicate, was put through the Reefer Battery last week. From 23} tons treated 26J ozs of gold were obtained. The syndicate have for many months prospected the ground from the main shaft, sunk years ago, but so far have not been fortunate enough to come upon the borly of golden ore. However, they are gull persevering in their senrch and we hope their undaunted efforts wii. bo ricbly rewarded in due course. The monthly escort from Adelong on Friday took away 91...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAWKESBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

HAWKESBUJBY EAOES. At the Hawkesbury races on Saturday the results were as follows :— Park Stakes.—Jew Boy 1,...Lord Cardigan 2, Zue S3. Clarendon Handicap.—Lady Grafton 1, Heyday 2, Hello 3. Nursery Handicap.— Muffler 1, Roanoke 2, Streamlet 8. Hawkesbury Autumn Handioap.— Silver Forest 1, Vocalist 2, Skein Dhu 8. Tke Welter.—Laconia 1, Lord Monmouth 2, Speechless 8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

; t vHOW TO WA»D OFF A BILIOUS " . .ATTACK, '.. JVitlT-raost. people Avho, are (subject to bilious attacks, heiidache is the ftrel iiidi\x=req-\ cation,of the diseiiBe, and if Chamberlain's Stomach ancl- Liver Tablets, are taken at once,. arid little Jo^Van.d 'no meat eaten for, a day, or two,. thVatttok may in most \ oases ■ be warded < off. I'.Just Wliit You Need," ; 0tily.^B Od. ; SciW by PEAIICB & LONG,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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GIBRALTAR CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES. TRIBUTERS' CRUSHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

GIBRALTAR CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES. TRIBUTERS' CRUSHINGS. The following are the results of tributers' crushings for March :— P. Eccleston and T. O'Grady 2Ba\x=req-\ tons stone for 26oz 12dwtgold; J. Ross and J. Cochrane, 25^- tons, 51oz 4dwt; Edwin Brown No. 1, 8J tons, 25oz 12dwt; J. Beaver atad G. M. Vance, 15£ tons, 17oz '12dwt; Win. Taylor, 83f tons, 38oz 15dwt; Edwin Williams, 6 tons, 4oz 8dwt; Thos. Allen, 15 tons, 12oz lldwt; W. Burns, 11-J tons, 18oz 12dwt; P. Keenan, 27 tons, 63oz 6dwfc; H. Homan, 9 tons, 6oz 14dwfe; R. King and C. Burt, 18 tons, 13oz lfiilwt; Charles Taylor, 23J tons, 26oz 18dwfc; G. Clifford, 11-} tons, 13oz ldwt; W. M, Hawken, 13J tons, 49oz 5dwt; Edwin Brown, No. 2, 55£ tons, 106oz 5dwt. Total, 296J tons stone for 469oz 5dwt gold. The Full Court awarded judgment for the plaintiff in tbe case of the Aitoriicy-General versus the Customs. Plaintiff ciuimeu a refund of duty on goods bought by the State. The Acting-Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Owen, and Mr. Jus...

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