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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

HYDATIDS. VITADATIO AGAIN "VICTORIOUS. , \ < Neston Cottage, Verdon Street, ■; Williamstown, 29/4/'02. Mr. S. A. PALMER, • ! * Dear Sir,—I have very great pleasure in testifying, to the value of VITADATIO' as a cure ^ for'Hydatids. I was taken very ill towards the end of 1899, and found it necessary to call in a doctor. He, after- carefully examining me, stated that I had Hydatids, gave me medicines to take which did me no good, and at last I was informed that I would have to undergo an operation before I could be cured. This I was determined not to do, and deoided to immediately commence a course of VITADATIO. I commenced it in Jauuary, 1900, and I was then in a very weak and low state, and I am very pleased to say that after taking it regularly for three months I was completely cured. I have not taken any VITADATIO or other medicine since April of the same year. I hope that others by reading this testimonial may profit by it, and I would say to those who take it that af...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

TARCUTTA. (From our own Correspondent.) The annual races held on Easter Monday were a great success. Fine weather prevailed, the course was in capital condition, the fields good, and nothing occurred to mar the pleasure of the 600 or 700 persons who witnessed the sport. The Wagga Citizens' Band played selections during the day and the customary sideshows were in evidence. Several substantial donations have been received by the club's hon. secretary (Mr. W. T. Archer), and the committee purpose running a much more valuable programme next 'year. Everyone left the course in a very happy mood, and a great many were in expectation of a very pleasant time at night, as the band was to have played for an hour in front of the hotel and: a dance was to have been held in Hilton's Hall. But on the way from the course to the township a very sad and fatal accident occurred. When word went round that poor Ned Hassett was killed a happy and exultant crowd was turned into a sad concourse. In the mid...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. There was a very satisfactory market at last weeks sales, the general demand and competition being very good. Greasy wool sold to best advantage, whilst faulty scoureds seemed to be least favourably affected. The advance which has been noticeable in the interval between auctions, ranging from Jd to fd per lb. was fully maintained, though on some of the lower sorts no improvement on previous public rates could be noted. At the closing sales on Thursday the market was very firm at the improved rates. Sales included:— Bang, Tumut (scoured), 19 pieces at 15fd, 13 locks at lOJd, 8 first skin at 17Jd, 4 second skin at 15£d ; nice quality and length, fair colour i TL over Jackalas (Gundagai), 12 at lOd; good quality, but rather heavy and skirty.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farm and Station [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

Farm and Station The Rabbit Rolls will be?ready in a' few days, and stops will be! immediately taken to hold the election for the return of two Pastures directors. The elections have already been held in most places. In response to the recent communication to the Hillston district concerning the inadequacy of the supply of seed wheat to farmers, the hon. secretary of the Hillston branch of the Farmers and Settlers" Association has received a telegram from Mr. Carroll, M.L.A., to the. effect that applicants may obtain a further supply on application. The .poisoning, of rabbits in the country districts is said to be seriously interfering with the trapping industry, and preventing many hundreds of men from gaining a livelihood in this way. Mr. R. Bostock, a Gundagai trapper, stated to a representative of the f iDaily Telegraph " that the Government inspectors were forcing station owners to destroy the rabbits on then\x=req-\ holdings by poisoning. " My contention is, " he remarked, " t...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

COMMERCIAL. HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK H VKKiVPf . •> » Tifi i - v j. .-f r f <(rwwiix ,M"< tWji1 Ji I Oi» v. ioH«fi> , nt y u_ i '■>' i u --jIU ■ quality,.\.vwelltgcowii.•: ■ slnns/. Values < genoially.showed an advance on . the .rates' ruling last Monday, especially so for primes, which were very dear. Store buyers were present in strong force, and took away a large number at, good prices. Best xbred wethers made from 15s, extra to 17s, good 18s 6d to 14s,medium from lis ; best cross\x=req-\ baed ewes from 14s 6d, extra to 16s 6d, good, 13s to 18s 6d, medium from 10s 6d; best merino wethers from 14s 6d, extra to 15s 5d, good 13s 6d to 14s, medium from lis; best merino ewes from lis, extra to 12s, good 9s 6d to 10s, medium from 9s, others lower. As with the sheep, there were a large number of small consignments of cattle represented on the drawship, there being 67 owners of the 1217 that were drawn for, and out of that number 1216 came forward for ...

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 — 28 April 1903

HOW TO WAltD OFF A BILIOUS ATTACK. With most people who tiro subject to bilious .attaoks, huadaehe is the ■ first- indication i of the disease, and if. Qhamberlain's Stomach arid Liver -Tablets are • taken at 'once, and, little food and no meat eaten for a day or two', the attaok may in most eases be warded off. " Just What You Need." Only >1b Cd. Sold by.PEARCE & LONG. The Ei.usivk Pigskin is the sourco of much sport and the cause of , many injuries... Football players should , use Chamberlain's Pain'Balm, an antiseptic liniment, especially ivalu&lile ior -sprains, and: braises... One application gives relief. Try it. PEABCE & LONG, sell it.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XI. SIR JASPER LANGTON AND HIS SON RECEIVE AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

CHAPTER XI. SIR JASPER LANGTON AND HIS SON RECEIVE AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. Meanwhile the man who had been in the shrubbery, and had afterwards so successfully contrived to: evade those who had been sent in search of him, pursued his way along a narrow; lane towards a bye-road that led to Langton Ghase. ' " That girl must have caught sight of me," he thought, " but it was her ladyship who sent the servants after me. Does she think that a couple of stablemen and a nigger can outwit Silas Leech ? You must take care, : my lady. I have been watching your movements for some-time; and I fancy the . discoveries I have made might interest Lord Marchmont. He would be surprised to hear of! the'mysterious night journeys that his wife, makes, and the strarige meetings, of which she speaks to no one. He is a proud old aristocrat, and would suffer anything rather than that the name of his Countess should be =■ dragged in the mire. The knowledge I have gained should be worth something to me. Who shal...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY, CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [?] SH[?]WED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

THEiDEEPDENE, , MYSTERY, ' j, CHAPTER X.—Continued. '/I'-yr**\x=req-\ "" ' rtH^O^D. 't You saw a man watching this house •yesterday, you say, the -same man,; s'as'far as you can judge?" "Yes," replied Muriel. "I meant to have told you about it, but it slipped my memory." " Whatever his motive may be, he shall be taught that it is not safe to trespass here," said Lady Marchmont, : angrily. " I will send a man after him, and: if he can't give a satisfactory :account of himself he shall be handed over to the police." " He will scarcely be overtaken i.now before he gets clear of the ■grounds." " In that case, I suppose, we can take active measures against him," :;repiied Lady Marcbmont, as she rang "the boll. The uHindu, Abdul ;Karim, appeared. • • ■ ' " Abdul, there is a strange man in ■the shrubbery, who is there for no good,'.' said Lady Marchmont. " Tell .the gardener, or some of the stable\x=req-\ ■ men, to go affcei: hirn, and find out who'he is and what he wants. If i thev think ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR OPEN COLUMN. WE gladly give space to the opinions of correspondents on public matters, but absolve ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent must accompany letters to be inserted under this head, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

OUR OPEN COLUMN. We gladly give space to the opinions of coi'-' respondents on public matters, but ab» solve ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent must accompany letters to be inserted under this head, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. (To the Editor.) Siit,—As I have often had occasion to rwatch the impounding notices in the various districts, I feel it my duty to my fellow men to trespass on your valuable space to draw attention to an impounding notice from our Tumba\x=req-\ rumba poundkeeper, dated 23rd March, 1903, in which he notifies the impounding of two mares and one yearling gelding. The age and height are given, but the brands of not even one of them are specified, nor even does he state there are no visible brands. Now, in all that is fair and just, how are people to recognise their animals through the impounding notices when there are no brands mentioned. If those animals are not detected by the owner or owners...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

Xo owuil ik.OlUSUlKKl^UN's.GoiJClJi KKMiiUV. Many tCouKhi cuvea . contain opium. The eft'e.otof.this'drug-is\to idiminish'secretion of tho nincus, '.'and a'bliot n'fl'ovdie'd 'is only temporary:; Afi.sbbh iis tlio effect of tho opium passes off, the .malady returns in a more .severe form. The system is also weakened and rendered more susceptible to cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy does not contain opium in any form. . It affords relief and leaves the system in .a healthy condition. It cures and cuvci quickly. :PEAKC^;JjpNG sell ifc .,. ,. i DMcLAORIN . ^ h /, '(Late or GOULBURN), , , : . • i|i f ■:? ■; | ■ < ; ■ v.;rj /'..v: F^iT'Mj T Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Carrier, & Farming Implement's'" " GIL MORE. ' • ■ : 1 fT ■. ' '♦ ''i ' i ;'V ')''', j *W;i'S HAVING had vast EXPERIENCE in the TRADE, being employ^;:,by?;; theleading firms in Goulburn, D. McLA.URIN' S workcommends itself^ : s • ■- . .■% ■ f7~"———. 1 ' " 1'' UO'J' ■ 'V'-V' ) , All Kinds t)f Machinery ,over}i...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

MINING Rent is due by the Kiandra Gold Dredging Company on 77a lr 34p, phs. Kiandra and Gooandra, co. Wallace, and must be paid by May 24. Coleridge's crushing of 10i tons from, the Turn-o'-the-tide mine afe Bongongolong yielded 39'oz. 15dwfc. of gold. It was treated at the Reefer Battery, Adelong. G. Macfarlane had a small parcel of 22cwt. from the same locality treated, the return being 3oz. 17dwt. The flood in the race necessitated a stoppage of C. Purcell and party's: crushing, but operations were resumed yesterday morning. The clean-up will take place to-morrow. We (" Southern Cross") are very pleased to report that Messrs. Smith and Monti have struck a very rich find of gold at Junee Reefs in the shape of a very wide gold-bearing reef. There is every prospect of an exceptional yield but no further particulars are to hand. A few issues back the Gundagai. "Times" mentioned that one of tVie mining developments of the future was the probable re-working qIc the\x=req-\ old Snowball...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

- ;■ ^ : ; ; ■■ % SEW Just ariSSe^ WiiEiw|A 'silA^ ON SHOW. ^v- v-i£< c *• rrr ry 0:0:0 .*-$ ***« ■ •;.■>• ■■•■ , . •: •> ■{?. I. i„.i( ..-4 . —A--Magiiifieent'R^ in all the Latest Colourings. Zibelines, Cheviots; Vicunos, Meltans, Poplins, Cashmeres;/ ?: Beiges, Bengalines, Voiles, / Coating Serges, Costume Cloths; s Tweeds, &c«, &c. *• j> AKitv r rr \ r ; •;* ■ ' ■ 7 I f i.llx.l.ij-i ,'r; —i -i—00- ; ! ^ ; up-to-date goqds.^\x=req-\ .niiifcvo:;-; -—-rrr-ri a . choice assortment of French Flannels, Printed Flannelettes, Mm i/..irvelvets. and j Velveteens _suitably, for Blouses and Wrappers. ■ ~l£ i 1 { ? / . \ J'- > -- £ ■' v -) I i j { ••f Jj Ui.A X. " o:o ■ ; hanssqine Lot ofiehies'" "t stxiilsh -jackets & costumes. ! * OUR FANCY 1) E pajltllext - "■ - is now replete vritii all .:<;n>i^the LATEST j NOVELTIES.^ inspection cordially invited ,T ,y .-/■ , :—. F10ITATS &'X)CTa I Secured the services of a Milliner (re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, 1 Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STBEET, ADELONG. SURGEON DENTIST [registered^ } • TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. E, A. FITZGERALD, EYEAMBA VINEYA.ED; WAGuA WAGGA HA8 ill Btock a large assortment of oho o and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CASES MADE UP. B. DEAR. Aerated Watei AHD Cordial Manutacturei TUMUT & ADELON<->. »J1HE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., Ac-, In Large or Small Quantities, Jjjid will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at BOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES~HUDSON, Tumut. ~"~THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. Q TEEWEEK, Wholesale and Eetail O. Butcher, in thanking the public of Grahamstown and ssurrounding district for th°. patronage accorded to him in the past, wires his customers that by laughtering he very best beasts procurable in the...

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 — 28 April 1903

BAiiY's Cocoh "paf 'koxXixgrK!—Nothing is more. diRtrqsKing than to'-sec a helpless little infant suffering with a cough, and to be fearful of using a remedy which may contain some,fiharmful.ingredient'.. .The maker of ^cj^aiflberlain's Cough Remedy positively "guarantees thatthis preparation-"doeU'' - not contain opium in. any form, or any other, .hiiiiriful substance. Mothers may coh\x=req-\ 'fiileiitly give this remedy to their-little ongs. It gives prompt relief and- is -perfectly safe. It always cures and cures quiokly. PEAKCE & LONG sell it.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1908. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

" !pl?e ^umuf;Mdtfocate.M TUESDAY, ATMS'28; 1908. ; i The Tumut Advocate is available for delivery: by ;alUcountry mails leaving Turaut on the day of publication. ; Two?cases of typhoid fever were last week admitted into the Gundagai Hospital. ; The Home Secretary now believes that he will not have the report of the Capital Sites Board before June. next.. Mr, Clement AVragge, the Queensland meteorologist, delivered a lecture ra Gundagai last night. Mr. Rose,,member for Argyle, .has withdrawn; his support from the See Government. . The heavy rains- along the Great Southern railway line were responsible for a delay of three-hours in the ; arrival of the mails at Gundagai on Friday and they haveteen'late every, day since. Senior-Constable Smythe, the victim of the'fearfiil gun accident on the Upper Murrumbifigee last week, still bears up against the terrible injuries he sustained. In the. "Wagga -district the Roads Superintendent takes a ballot "of the names of applicants for employmen...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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YOUNG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

. YOUNG RACES. . THe- fpllpwing are theweights-.de-clared I i ! ; i ItijU'- ClTJB HANDICAP. . :: —. st lb : W. Johnson's-Winoline,..^ ; 9 11 E. Ingersold's Pelissier ... ; 9 10 ; • E.Broben's The Snail ... 9 5 . R. Hoysted's Rose ... 813 J. Hannah's Curlew ... 8 8 i C. Dawes' Berwick ... 8.8 J. Yeoman's B6n...- ... 8 8 F. Purcell's. Echo ... 8 2 W. Acton's Dunure ... , 7 ,8 j P. C. Julian's Barton ... ; 7 ; 6. ■ W. Core's'Trichord — 7 6. G. J. Johnson's Boonery 7 5 i A. Grants Belabula 6; 10 , > R. Hoysted's' Honeydale 6; 7 , R. Keating's Beadsman ... 6 7 • . Town Plate. . " st lb W. Johnson's Winoline ... 9 12 I E. Ingersole's Pelissier ... 9 11 ; E. Broben's The Snail •... 9 6 R. Hoysted's Rose '... 8 12. ; J. Hannah's Curlew ... 8 10 C. Dawes' Berwick ... 8,10 J. Yeoman's Ben ... 8 '4 W. Acton's Dnriure ... 7 9 Pi C. Julian's Barton 7 7 W. Core's Trichord ... 7 : 7j.: G. J; Johnson's Boonery 7 6' A. Grant's Belabula ..^ 6 12 R* Hoysted's Honeydale... 6 7 R. Keating's Beadsman ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COROWA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

: COROWA RACES. The^ollowi)}^^are 'the results of the\x=req-\ Corowii: Eaoitig'- (3lul)'s"'bafcumn Trice's .• held oil Wednesday Hurdle Race, 2 mile's.—Glendale (9.10} 1, Firobell (10.7) 2. . Two-year-old- Stakes.— Lyrist 1, Courtesy 2,; Swagman'8.' ' Corowa Handicap, l^ raile.—-And-! rew (8.5) 1, The Loafer (8.8) 2, Wag (8.2) 8. Won by two lengths. Time, 2.l7i. . ! Ladies' Bag, 1 mile.—Snapshot 1, Lyrist 2, Bide-a-wee 8. Jingle also ran. Time, 1.55. • Eclipse Stakes, 6 furlongs.—Ward (8.2) 1, Courtesy (7.18) 2, Indian Prince (8.7) 8. Time, 1.19. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Corinthian (7.12) 1, Andrew (7.8) 2, Dawn (8.10) 8. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 April 1903

The Tarcutta cricketers easily defeated-the. Newtown ;(Wagga) team on -Good ;Friclay', the • scores being:1 .Newtown 82, To,rcutta 279. We 'have two games to play, and the' season is ended, and then for tennis: GEOitciii:' Jackson, * *td, Passlow's, Tumut-streofc, A'delong.-' Get-your ■suits '.made byiarbonajfideMtftiloivwhotates! youifmeasui'O and cuts the cloth you , select; •accordingly:; and .doesvnot pick.out.a, slopB niadOfStUt ^ about, tlio. sftino.rnieftsui'eiiieht,;' 'and"send1 it.to you as tailo -made,'as'do the ■Sydney factories. !' " •Cataiuik iR AJVWAVs''inn BESDX.T,'6f neglected cold.' 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will ,not cure catarrh,'but will cure the cold and so prevent that disagveeable malady. This remedy not only .relieves the local irritation of the throat and limgs, :but removes the causes of the diseased condition. It leaves tho system in natural ■ and healthy condition. It cureB and cures quickly, EEAROE &

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 — 28 April 1903

Home and Foreign. London, Mondav. The date Major A. W. Plunkett's survivors .report, that the Dervishes displayed unsurpassed fanatical bravery. Heaps, .of their dead were •piled in.front of the maxims. -At least two thousand were killed. • Major Gough's column, while hampered in a thick bush and long grass, was attacked by 800 riflemen and 500 spearmen who made a determined attempt to break Major Gough's square, charging within 20 yards in arrays and recoiling before the maxim repeated. ' In the bayonet charges Captain .Godfrey, of the Indian Contingent, and Captain Bruce, of the Artillery, were killed, and four, officers were wounded. .,:The..eQ6m>y.< lost 150.' All displayed the greatest gallantry and heroism. The Somali Mullah "has offered a thousand camels for the capture of Brigadier-General Manning. Vasquel was badly'defeated. 'This defeat raises the siege of the Capital! Yasquel has fled to Cuba and -the rebels have formed a Government. Although Japenese newspa...

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