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TARCUTTA RACE CLUB. WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

TARCUTTA RACE CLUB. Weights. The .following are the weights for the principal events to berun at the above club's meeting on Easter Monday (13th inst.):— Hurdle Race. st lb st lb Jungy ... 10 10 Toonga ... 9 5 Corinthian 10 2 Burenda 9 0 Neptune... 10 0 Oliver ... 9 0 Kitty Wells 9 18 Vaiiiteat... 9 0 Erin's Isle 9 5 Tabcutta Handicap. st, lb st lb Elbargo ... 9 5. Haven ... 7 12 Corinthian 9 0 Burenda... 7 10 Easy Molly 9 0 Gipsy Girl 7 10 Sweet Rose 8 12 Turon ... 7 5 Reproof ... 8 5 Toonga ... 7 0 Waratah... 8 5 Oliver ... 7 0 Lady Olive 8 2 Fortressa 0 10

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

CHAPTER IX. THE JtBkdVA^iol. TftEJMASK. When • Hugh Trevor recovered consciousness he found himself ih a small but very comfortably .furttished 'room that he had no recollection of everjiaving seeribefore. ^ |^pdef3tihe afc.firsfc .had but a < very cojjfus^'jdeaof wfcafchad takeriiplace ^Spothe ted r Gi^ajige, but^afjier a iidie his brain .became clearer, and then every detail of the strange ^events of the preceding night came back .to his mind. The events ,of the previous night, because hesaw that it was already daybreak, although the window-blind waestilldown, and a lamp that was standing on a cabinet was still ftHght. "How thodeuce did I get here?" fcinjeelffafi"he' sdfc tip ftnd ^jok^arot^d^hjnv - And-*what, SperbAj^Si ieinorb fothe point—^here -riuriif'i •> n r;; " , fie'wfcrstill* th^ssed( although his fioUae had - -been -.loosefled. - -Whoever Jiad brought him to this place had sepn tp^sonje extent aftor-his comfort,. ■ for tiie'coiich on which he 'had been .lyi...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

Youewft always rely upon getting a perfect fit, combined with a thoroughly well-made article, at Geo. Jackson's, Tailor, next to Passlow'o Coach Factory." No oi'iuji in Chamberlain's Cocgii Eemujjy. Many cough cures contain opium. The effect of this drug is to dimmish secretion of the mucus, and vol if f afforded is only temporary. As soon as the effect of: the opium passes off, the malady returns in e, more severe form. The system is also Weakened and rendered more susceptible to\x=req-\ col<}|, Chamberlain's Cough , llemedy does, not contain opium in any: form. It affords, relief and leaves the system, in a ^healthy condition. It oures and ouvea , quioklyr VEAROB *fcONG-Boll-it.,

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

Easter Monday Night. ODDFELLOWS" HALL, ADELONG. W,1 »*"% o ;;rt»*vy S f, ' V ^ '(■ '"' m & ' irtf' ;; & - r^. .si fcv mt /-• .& ?v- ■• i] 1 ■■' "j ^Grand Conoerlp: . I'/V* «:,f v AND ~r ^^Dramaitic fintertainment^^ ? IN AID OF THE ||!ir$ttlki|<5e , Wk^gpn fSiqel$\x=req-\ '-J .' ^ n i -> > PROGRAMME: il. 'Overture— ... Miss Jalland's Orchestra 'i. Comic Song—u I if, li never, come back " Mr. R. Knight "8. Song—"Awake"... ... .... Miss Brady '4. cSong—(Selected) ... ... ... -Mr. E. J. Thompson ''' 'o. fCmnip Song^^/l^e.;Hypochrondri?0r.v Mr...Harry Bailey G. Sons—(Selected)''... ... ' j ' ... Miss,Phillips ,7. ,'Coifric' Song— •' \ri Mr. Joe Planner : (late of Kenna Minstrel Co.) • {(Interval of:Five Minutes.) Overture ... ... ... Miss Jalland's Orchestra. j Sensational Comedy-Drama, in four acts, entitled ! " J^STRlOaLE,"; Will be produced by the Adelong Amateur Dramatic Club. CAST OP CHARACTERS : Mr. Nathaniel; Sqrawl (Lawyer).:. .;. • Mr.,F....

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

Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STEEET, ADELONG. «' AV.V'.H. Ll'TTJ.KTOX, t SURGEON DENTIST ? p [rkgisteked], ; | TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydnoy, ' 'University'Deri tal School. • ; Lato regimental dentist to u Batt. Aus. ; Com. Iiorse. j E. A. FITZGEKALJD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, ^[ WAGtVA WAG<jfA^ vriar f HAS in stock a. large assortment of cho.o and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CASES MADE UP! ErDEAE. : Averaged Water Cordial Manufacturer !.. „.. TTJMUT ADELON>V »JpHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR OASH marsupial skins, sheep. skins, hides, &c., &0; •la. Large or Small Quantities, <*lnd<will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, •And may be seen at ROSS' (COMMERCIAL HOTEL. james"hubson, Tomnt. HIE CrEAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. Q -TBEWEi'SK, Wholesale' fl»d Eetaiij 0» Butcher, in thanking tfie public cjfv Grahamstown a-nd surrounding iJisfaiot foiv ■ tli". patronage,uc corded to him in the: pas...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

TARCUTTA. (Fi'om Oul' Own Corespondent.) Record nominations were received by the local race club secretary, Mr. W. T. Archer, for the Hurdle fiace and Tarcutta Handicap, to be run at our annual meeting on Easter Monday. There are nine horses in the Hurdle Race and 14 in the Handicap. The course looks splendid. Everything: that a hard-working committee could do has been done, and we now require only one thing to make our meeting a success, and that is a fine day. To further add to the enjoyment of their patrons, the race club, a& a very big expense, has engaged the Wagga Wagga Band of 21 performers, to play selections of choice music during the day. The Humula cricketers visited here on Saturday, March 26, and, after a very friendly and enjoyable game, the locals won by 4 wickets. We received a visit this week from Mr. E. Donaldson, member for the distriot. Several matterB requiring attention were brought under his notice, notably inter alia the granting of all the available ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 7 April 1903

" fpl?e fpumut aAcltfocate." TUESDAY, iAPRIL. 7,1903. ' :Tlie TuMiiT Advocate is available for delivery by all country mails leaving Tumut on the' day of publication. Thome's Harkaway divided with Little's Maharatta in the hackney jumping contest, over 8ft. Gin. jumps, at Cooma Show. Mr. Justice Pring has upheld the contention that a half-caste aboriginal is not an " aboriginal native of Australia," and therefore publicans are not liable for supplying them with liquor.. On Saturday week last Mr. Stewart, of our town, whilst working a bit of steel, met with a. painful Occident A small particle of steel flew off and punctured his left eye. He sought Dr..Mason's aid* cibnt,1 is doubtful .of recovering-the aghi<< pf'.the organ. " Gri Friday last 6000 of Mr. Parson's sheep passed'through en route for Gundagai, whence they will be taken by train to Tocumbie, Mr. Israel Piper in charge. These sheep were depastured at Argalong, and, considering the season,- looked very...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER X. SHADOWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

CHAPTER X. SHADOWED. Summer was waning, and here and there in the Deepdene woods the tints of autumn were beginning to show themselves. Farmers were gathering in their crops, while sportsmen were equally busy with rod and gun. There was plenty of good shooting to be obtained at Deepdene for those who did not mind a long tramp across the stubble or through the spinneys, and Hugh Trevor had many an enjoyable day on the Marchmont lands at the invitation of the old Earl, who had taken a | liking to him. j Colonel Fortescue felt annoyed at this, for he feared that it would give Hugh favourable opportunities of meeting Muriel, which, as a matter of fact, it did. But there were several reasons why the Colonel could not interfere with his daughter's visits to Marchmont Court, the principal ones being a disinclination to do anything that might cause effect to Lord and Lady Marchmont, and the knowledge that Muriel was always happier there than anywhere else. And as she had neither mother nor ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. THE REMOVAL OF THE MASK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

f8¥flE DEEPDENE MYSTERY CHAPTER IX.—Continued. the removal of tub mask. , " I shall scarcely need to ask many questions, -Lady Marchmont, as my • first one" will be comprehensive," Hugh replied. " Will you give me ■ explanation of all that I saw and . . heard at Deepdene Grange last night?" " Your question is certainly com/ preljensive," said Lady Marchmont, / ' "'and I may tell you at once that it it; will-not be answered fully. Some d&y'I may take you entirely into my confidence, but the time is not ripe for.that yet." " I regret that that should bo your decision." " You would regret still more if it were otherwise," retorted Lady March\x=req-\ montv You may remember that I told you it was both unwise and ■ dangerous to interfere in a matter ■ i'which in no way concerns you, and of v which youcan have no clear conception. Still, it was partly at my suggestion that you went to the Grange last night, I cannot altogether blame you. I knew you were coming, but I was not prepar...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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YOUNG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

"YOUNG RACES. The following are the nominations received:— / •' .Hurdle Rage. '>■, F..iPurceirsTEchio ' ; , J. Argaet's Wager i ; ;R. Keating's Beadsman T. Kennedy's Erin's Islo J. Laffin's Dunmore. TownPlatEi G. J. Johnson's Boonery W. Johnson's Winoline J. Hannah's Curlew . .. " R.. Keafcing's Beadsman; :! A. Grant's Belabula W. Acton's Dunuro • J. Yeoman's Ben E. Ingersole's Pelissier E. Broben's The Snail C. Dawes' Berwick . W. Core's Trichord . , (P. C.; Julian's Barton ' ' ■ v|L.Hoisted's,Eq'se\x=req-\ R. Hoystfed's Honey'dale.' ' ' •"In -the Tivrf -Club Handicnp' the entries are the same as in the Town Plate,,with'th e * addition of Echo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

Amateur Athletic Associa\x=req-\ , J j lion."" :: .. '.y ^ MEETING of Persons interested in Uuft., 'ESTABLISHMENT of ' un ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION wiU be held at. Tatteraall's (John's Eoyal Hotel) on TUESDAY NIGHT NEXT (April 21, 1903) at 8 o'clock, to disc.uss .the matter and take the . necessary steps for its inauguration. Athletes and others are particularly ra* quested ;to put:in an appearance/" :r D. McRAEr THE;. ALPINE PHOTOGRAPHER, at;, might not be known, BUT has the only original DEEP SNOW PHOTOGRAPH^ of Mount-Kosciusko, and he -challenges" competition. Tujnut and .Gundagai.,,yiews on hand. Patronage solicited. '■ ■■ . ' ■ . ^ £10 Reward. - STOLEN from AfeJong, on March 28, one EAY'HORSE; branded ^ iff; (w$ng J)\x=req-\ near shoulder, two :hind feei-w^iW, wind galls on legs. Reward of £10 tin delivery to :• JOHN PERKINS;1.; Post-Office Hotel, Adelong. ' A.Btidduu twinge of pain is generally thetirsl warning of an attack of Rheumatism.' It1 feci* as if the disease were in the bo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

No OPIUM IN Uu.'.JIIJKIUjAIN'S.UOUGII JilSUKDV. Many c.<U{jh , cures contain opium. The effect ■'>! tliis (Img ifi to diminish' seorotion of-; tbe mucus;; ami relief : afforded is ojily, ifciup H'-try. .-is n)i! as liie .. .eiYeot.of the yiiiiu paases oil, tbe ,ni(iiaay a'etui'us 'in-iv uionj severo tonn. The sysiein is alsli: v.X'ii'lconeii' awl ronderal. move- 'susceptible to' ooUl. Chamberlain's Cough Eoniody does H it o:mtitiu opium in any iform. It .'affords • relief and -leaves ,-tho system -in ii-lioiiltHy. ,, It euros and . curqs quickly. ui u jM seiiiit.

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GILMORE. CRICKET CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

GILMORE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) CRICKET CLUB DANCE. A ball under the auspices of the cricket club came off on Friday night at Mr. W. Butler's residence. Owing to a series of adverse circumstances, success was not attained to the degree expected. Through the recent demise of that much-respected lady, Mrs. E. Rivers, junr., a most lamentable gap was noticeable in the attendance. Notwithstanding this, the committee proceeded with their arrangements, and, while the attendance may have been larger on previous occasions, .he affair, taken as a whole, was equal co its predecessors in point of enjoyment and completeness of detail. About 25 couple were present and enjoyed themselves until daylight. Thp music supplied by Messrs. B. and E Jrown (accordian aud violin) was ait that could be desired. The refresh; inents partaken of ait midnight were provided by the ladies. During th< evening Mr. P. Mclnerney sang a song which the company appeared to appreciate. A euchre tourname...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

WARANGA CORDIAL FACTORIES, Rushwartjh*M urchison, Tatura & •' Adelorig. PROPRIETOR, . ■■ i I avin<? taken ovee the Adelong Aerated Waters & Cordial Fqatorsr i 1_ (formerly Messrs. EATON & Go's and latterly1 Mr. H. S. HEADLEY), I notify the Public that I intend to C^RBY ON the BUSINESS of the ESTABLISHMENT .on UP-TO\x=req-\ DATE LINES, to USE the MOST MpDlBRN MACHINERY, and to MANUFACTUREthe very BEST ARTICLE that can be produced. • - , ' :. — 6:0—; ' My MANAGER holds the highest of credentials as a Manufacturer of Aer^ted^aten and (Cordials, and for 15 years was hond chemist at Darby Bros.' Works, Melbourne. . rS"The AERATED WATERS and CORDIALS manufactured at the ADELONG WORKS will be found to compare most favbrably with any in the Australasian colonies. LOCAL AGENT f&^flpGASi &,.Maho.n> Brewers, Wagga^aggfiDennis, Moootst, ■Hooan & Co., Winte and Spirit Merchants,..Gollinsrs'tre^i;, Melbourne^ /■ WALK Kir HI russbll-str...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

Geouge Jackson, Tailor, &c., next to Passlow's, Tiunut-street, Atlelong. Get your suits made by a bona fide tailor who takes your measure and outs the cloth you select accordingly; and does not pick out a Blops made suit of about the game measurement, aud send it to you as tajloi'-umde, us do the Sydney factories.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

. Sokes and Swollen Joints, sharp, shooting pains, torturing musoles, no rest,. no sleep\x=req-\ that means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight, but.Chamberlain's Pain Balm has conquored it thousands of times. One application gives reliof. Try it. PlilAItCE & LONG sell it. Don't be gulled by representations made by local ageuts for Sydney factories. They will shortly be obliged to conform to conditions whioh will compel them to acknowledge that they hayo been supplying you with slops for tailor-made garments, Jackson is the only local tailor who wukes his uultu ou the preraitieu

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

, fiO ;•() iVAHD OKFA BI^IOTJS' WPA'CK. /; a'iu.r iit jist. puoyio iWlja . Mtibji.'Ui tw : bilious. utiucka,vh&>daoho ;i» 'Ho iudi\x=req-\ nc/Ujwi• t)f,thp ilisiiiiac,. iintl if Obiunberiiuii'ft' . iju?iuuQt\..un(l Lucr Tablets are tak u. fit oncij, iukI little l'ooil timl 110 moiil eaten jtor , li re nivt-wn.' thu nthii'.k. may. in<m,<8t. <,•, is"s tr. 'ii ■ Jiwi ; .. • ■ . ..-i ■■■'' , f .^vWuy

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Concert and Dramatic Entertainments. TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

Concert and Dramatic Entertainments TUMUT. ; , The vooal and dramati j Yooncejct: organised by Miss Millar > me off in the Oddfellows' Hall on E' '?ter 'Monday night, and was well atteided. It' was arranged that part o2 the proceeds should go towards swelling ; te funds of the Tumut Cottage Hospi .1. Miss Millar's rich contralto voice i w become fuller and more powerful since her sojourn in Sydney, where she is studying under a proficient teacher, and we predi'ot great - things of her in the future. Mr. Buck, the I cenor, who was to have accompanied the party from Sydney, was ab the last moment compelled to break his engagement, and Professor Mahoney came to take his' place. The Professor also played the opening pianoforte solo, and, as usual, gave evidence of his undoubted ability as a pianist. We wish we could see him on the Tumut stage more frequently. The great feature of the evening was the whistling solos by Miss Lilly Swift (native of Tumut). This young lady has charmed me...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

I'lLLGliAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. , y The-.Stat8 Premiers^were the guests i of the Chamber 'of .Commerce', yesterday. '. Mr. Eussell French ;said he ■had no gloomy .foreboding as to the fa cure of. the. Solid Mother State. "Generally an' optimistic spirit was exhibited. , ,, It. is. stated that Lord Tennyson >and'i.Sir*lHdt,tiyv,'Eawson intend visiting. Norfolk Island about the middle of. ■next month. , ■ Mr. O'Sullivan leaves ,to-day on a •week's tour through the Macleay, Bellinger, and Baleigh districts. Eain is still badly wanted between Wee Waa and Walgett. . , , ■ A civic reception was accorded the. visiting Governors last night. It was a'brilliant affair. , . It is said that the political develop- : ments will shortly be brought to a headland that Sir John Sep will have to make a pronouncement.. Governor Eawson and party leave -Sydney to-morrow to proceed on a western- .tour as far as Bourke. and\x=req-\ Dubbo. Mr. Sutfcor accompanies them. - . . ;• ' -••''Sir E.dmund'Barton,.,...

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"Ambulance" Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 21 April 1903

"Ambulance "Committee. • ' • V-./. • . L. A'meeting of the Ambulance Com\x=req-\ toiMee was held at John's Royal Hotel, 'Agelong, last night. Present: Messrs Al;^. Molineaux (chairman), f$j, 0. Aiketa, W. Roche, and A. Y. Bellamy (secretaries), C..i?i^l'oy,, E. Eyles,, R. Bens 'ii, II. Boston,- R. Keenari, A. G.'Pearcft, A. W. Watson, G. B. Hogarth, W. Boston, W. G. Ifarvey/ Taylor, C. A. Phillips. Apologies were received, from Messrs; Hayes (2), Heather,' T'. P. Arragon,; ahdE. J. Eyles. : The secrfttarreis'^statements read showed that £49 9s 3d was the total takings from the sports and there* was a, credit balance, after paying prizes 'and a^ew^jncidetifcal expenses, of £29 9s 8cll.v The^ concert: .takings amounted to £20 'The tea-tent returned a profit of £8 10s. The statements were accepted. The following accounts were,passed for payment; :-^A- & T. Expkess £6 3s, Parker's ifeahfl, 8C(s, ^hire of,halh'£2 2s, S. IGroves-... l*6'sl. ' 'Mr; :'G. PaSslow allowed the price ,o...

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