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

';7'; the-turf,. ; It is riimou'red '.that. ^ A. Woodbridge,, the bookmaker, intends settling in' Melbourne,'" where he is succeeding admirably in His calling. Fran tic IX, was sold in Sydney -last week for lOOgs., Mr. W. Kelso being the purchaser. W. Curr'an . will , ride: Mairp and Boaz. in their forthcoming Adelaide engagements. •F. A, Tennant, the owner of the horse Evening Wonder, nominated' in ,th;e .Onkaparinga meeting, as Maori Chiefj'vhas been sent up for 10 years for corrupt'-practices: J. Rudledge as nominator, and J. Tennant, a^!'own^S aiTe'fcalledJ upon toil appear'Vefbre the S.-A.J.C..committee.! on May 22,to show • cuus^-vwhy. the;! •h'orse;Evdhihg Wonder sfroiucV riot be .Aisqu^Ufied,; ,'that it is a horse which has been, concerned in -cdriiufpt^prac\x=req-\ tices, namely, being nominated for | p, race under the name of Maori Chief. Something of a sensation was caused at Newcastle on Monday. When the; winning jackey in the Paice Welter got on the scales to weigh in b...

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

SPOKTIN (*. RAGING FIXTURES. YouhgTurf ,CJul)—Api'ir29and30^;-v//H^.s ■ Gpotatahnyttii'l^rf Club.—Wintev'M^dMrf'g; •June;8.and;4iC^m , '■ • • -i"~rcr,-. **•

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

A West' Australian member " of 3?avliaruenb,who has returned from ^Gsylon, said tho feeling of the people itbere towards". JSir Hector Macdocald "was one ofaympathy. The" Ceylon 'Observer " -of May 4 states :■—" We. i«re; ,officially • authorisecL !,toii state that ithe reppi'fcs'w^ichvhaye been published, Valid which -"have 'othe^vise obtained ^currency, to 'the, effect• that therelhad ■ been differences of opinion ibetween; '•'the late Sir Hector. Macdonald and ; the Goveor are absolutely untrue-: 'Their relations, socially as Avell as: officially, .".-were, .invariably- ifriendly: '■"without': even the slightest •';interrupt 'ition, and'-Vj^rt'^aVewell iett4r'foil* his': "way home,- '-v General- iMacdonaldj Vwrote: '^Xour Excellency's uniform: ''iindnessttoi'ino/ sinco ;I '.-arrived i in- this; ^.^^^^1167615 'bo ^eftaced,!a^d';the! manner in'which you tiro:advisiugme :;is;proof of syoUsrifiontiriaed^indriess.' ' Souus akj> -tiwoLUgN jro^,;5li»?p»:8ho<>Mh8 .pains,...

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

Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday. It is understood that Parliament will meet the last week in May or the the first week in June. The railway returns for the last quarter show; a- falling-off of over £100,000 as compared with the corresponding period of lsst year. The prospects of the wheat crops have been vastly improved by the recent rains. In many parts the rain has been followed by intense cold and snow. ' At the ' Eight Hours' Day celebration in Melbourne yesterday the Government was denounced, and the sending of Bendigo miners to work in the Jumbuna.coal mines-resented by the trades unionists. • Sir William Lyne claims as a result of the tariff, that a million and a half of money has been spent on the erection and extension of Sydney factories. In the produce markets a fall in maize was the principal feature. Prime chaff sold up to £,7 per ton. Mr. Gr. H. Eeid has denied the rumour that he intends to resign his seat in the Federal Parliament. The Stoke Orphanage, a Ca,tholic instituti...

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

The Cootamundra Flood. 'oTmj 'floodwhich occurred at Coota\x=req-\ mundra on Thursday was unprecedented, parts of the town being three feet under water. Besides a wash\x=req-\ ;away on the main southern railway between Jindiiloe and Cootamundra, where the lino was under water, both the Gundagai and Temora branch lines were blocked for several hoars. The Gundagai train had to remain outside the town for some'hours. The moil train was delayed four hours before the flood waters subsided and repairs could be effected to enable traffic to be-resumed. The streets in town were torn up, ,and many of the business premises ■weiC..flooded, the damage to the prGmises and stock being estimated at £5000. The big fall of rain was in Jindalea Valley, above the town, and the water came' down so suddenly and in such volume ; that the people had no time to ^remove,., their goods to places of sa£efcyi.|:! ■ ' .... Parker-street 'presents a sorry spectacle, and .great , damage has beon done to property....

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

Wedding Bells. WE are pleased to state that our earthy townsman, Mr. W. M. C.   Hall, head assistant teacher at the Tumut Superior Public School, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony, on April, 16 last, to Miss Margaret Hawick, Grenfell. The marriage was solemnised at the residence of the bride's parents, " Crookzettas," Gren- fell, by the Rev. John Scott. The happy couple left for a brief honeymoon trip with hearty good wishes for their welfare and returned to   Tumut, their new home, last week. We cordially wish them happiness in   their married life.   Betweeri 30 and 40 persons were fined at a Sydney Police Court last iweek for loitering in the streets of the city. • ■ ; ' : . Mr. Jas. Considine informs us that ie has; purchased the aerated, water factory of Mr. H. Beck', in this town, 'and he intends to carry on the business in conjunction with the Adelong and Victorian factories. Mr. Consi\x=req-\ dine has a new and up-t...

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

ADELONG. Tun on.nvA.ss matleiby i tlie provisional committee' of the '/nowIy-j[Qi?r^ell'r/Ath-i letiis'As3ocifttioiji^^»*^0mbo1P8^,''ha8 been attei^pi^Af iMi' iGXCGptionallyigoQcl response^ iuid ifc Vs Gxpeote_cV that.one of the' largesl ineetings lielil"in"; tlie-town fol*-' any? li.ko»p'utppje- uvill 'take >place afrjihe^oyal^'Hdtol^ toimoko sv \ nigh t, whflu-tba-^lectipn/jnf,, .the. committee •aocl officor?-i^:; e]mcisfc/iinport>au{: part, ofiihe businessto bo transacted;- 'The' ol^ia^oKlibo ^asslociiitibn'-'have "met ■with iJjo Approval »f all to i whom they have liQeii ropceseiifced. Acetylene gas is• sho^My^tq-f-be in-'' skulled in the Oddfellows' fiall./Mr. Noah Smith has fch'e,..;work;: in/^haiad.j The small brick buililiil^at 'tftgffreSv? of the hall has been demolished and the broi^te"toHM>n^%:iii: tlio 'erection of a room to enclose fihe gas-' oniGtcr. . At the recent'ff'rA'inbularice '' sports' Mr. Geoi'go John ^became :tho ' purchaser of the sheep jitifc up jo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

^F. ROGERS, Family Butcher, WONDALGA, MAKES two trips per week to Adelong— TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS— and waits on families. Customers can select their own MEAT at the cart. RUMP STEAK .. .. 4Adperib CORNED BEEF & JOINTS 4d „ for strict Cash\x=req-\ All communications to be addressed C/o P.O., Adelong. P. E. McGRATH. Fashionable Tailor, HAS commenced business in promises NEXT to the ADELONG LITERARY INSTITUTE; and by strict attention to business and prompt, execution of all Orders entrusted vtp him, hopes to rcceive a share of public support. Suits, made, to order, froni J03\x=req-\ Trousers •• 17s 6d\x=req-\ CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED & PRESSED LOOK OUT! YOUR CHIMNEY'S AFIRE, NO it's not. I've just had it swept by JAS. SMITH'S patent steel scraper, and there's no likelihood' of the soot accumulating for some considerable time. If your chimney smokes or is dirty have it swept at once ere the winter sets in. <2_JAS. SMITHS CHIMNEY SWEEP, ADEI.QNG, THE NEW SHORTHAND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

George Jackson's Chesterfields made to order are a special feature in the new lines for winter wear. Wood's'Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Cclds never fails. Is 6d. Chamberlain's Cough Kejiedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza. It'has become famous for its cures of these > diseases over a large part of the civilised world. The most flattering testimonials have been received, giving accounts of its good works ; of the aggravating and persistent coughs. it has curedof .severe colds that have yielded promptly to its soothing effects, arid of the dangerous attacks of croup it has cured. often saving the lifo of the child. The extensive use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of . all dangerous results. It is specially prized by mothers because it contains nothing injurious and there is not the least danger in giving it, even to babies. It always cures and cures quickly. PEARCE & LONG sell it.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. SIR JASPER LANGTON AND HIS SON RECEIVE AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

THEiDEEPDENE ^MYSTERY CHAPTER XI.—Continued. ' SIR' JASPER LANGTON AND HIS SON RECEIVE; ANf UNWELCOME VISITOR. " Who told 'you; 'I had i come on business ?" demanded Leech. " Well, you don't look like one of Sir Jasper's friends, that is all,"i re-i plied the man. " I should advise you not to .be-, so; ready to air your opinions, my1 fine' , fellow, if you don't want to get your\x=req-\ 3;^ v self into trouble," said Leech, isavagely. " Here is my card. Take' :it into Sir Jasper at once." ".I don't take visitor's cards," re" torted the lodge-keeper. " If you follow the drive you will come to the -vhouse: -A footman will answer, the door." Ht would have given Silas a great, deal of satisfaction to have inflicted somolinj nry..on:thwj'iniin who treated; i LimnvitJi. .sucli scant; respect,, and it' ■■'"onl^atldedJos his rage Uo know that} the; lodger-keeper was perfectly in\x=req-\ dependent'oft him. • '; v■ ; . ..He-Vmado'-up his inind, however,* that he would do his utmost to. get hi...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

The ailment that arise front chilli; As coughs unci colds and other ills, . '.In winter months arc prevalent most , ,Cu«seil by wet, cold winds, rind frost. A' Mother's troubles then begiir; The children cbu^i,<Rrow 'i)ole and thin ; • The .thoughtful .-parent should procure A bottle of-Wood's Gukat Pki'I'Ukmint Cnim.' When Yod Cannot Slum- for coughing,,it; is hardly necessary that anyone .should tell you thii't, you iieed a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough I'oiupdy to' allay tho'htltft'' tion of the throat, and make .sleep possible: It always cures and cures quickly. I'liAllCE LONG sell it. See you don't make a mistako! ..GfjoitGK . Jackson's Taitur'sEstablishment is between • Dr. Lees' ' Surgery and Mr. C, Passlow'B i Coach Works,'. ' ;1D;McLAURIN f • i (Late <jf GOULBURN)> ; \ • . -• ;;/!•. ? .ij ? •• v ■ < i ••• \/; * 'yt:y ,Ll Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Farrier,! & Farming Implement Repairer, ' GILMORE. MAVING had vast EXPERIFNCE in th...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Valedictory Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

A Valedictory Gathering. ON'Priday, at the Star Hotel, a nice little send-off was accorded to Mr. A. Ibbotson, who, for nearly 10 years, has run the delivery cart for Messrs. L. Mandleson & Co. It was given by his fellow employees, in recognition of his general good behaviour and courtesy to customers. -Mr. F. Weeden occupied the chair, and said, on behalf of his fellow'iworko.rs, be. had_great pleasure in handing Mr. Ibbotson a souvenir in remeinberance of his past services with the firm. He' bad been constant, in season and oat of season, and it was with regret His sever'ance from their rankB was felt. He wished him success in his new vocation in life, and hoped he would not regret the change. He then presented him with a valuable eider-dbwn quilt, and an address, as follows:—Dear Arthur,—As you are about to sever your connection with us, we, your fellow employees, desire you to except the accompying present as a mark of the esteem in which you have been held during your s...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

FOOTBALL. The Sydney representative advises the secretary of the South-western Union at . Gundagai as under:— " The Metropolitan Union has consented to send eight teams to the .country while the New South Wales team! is absent in Brisbane. They have promised to bear half the cost, and have asked the country association of representatives to reconimend to the N.S.W. Union thdt they (the head Union) bear the other half. These teams will go away the first week in September, and you may have the .good luck fo be visited. ' " Country Week " in Sydney is: to occupy the first week in July. There will be eight country teqms present from varipus parts of the State. The Goulburn and Gundagai Unions are .to supply a combined team and nego\x=req-\ tiatiohsare in progress for determining the" manner in which it shall . be selected. It is suggested that a match between the unions should be played "at Goulburn and thlat a representative from each union with a third party from Sydney should select ...

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 — 5 May 1903

Jackson's (the only'Adelong tailor) clothes are made on the premises, are out under tue personal supervision of the proprietor, and every satisfaction is guaranteed. Prices moderate, Workmanship superior. Fit atad e^le tbe

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YOUNG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

YOUNG RACES. The annual meeting of the Young Turf Club was held on Wednesday, .and Thursday. Results of the events*^ .' , .. Trial- Handicap.—Donovan, ' 7.12, 1; Clifton, 7.1, 2; Wager, 9st, 8. Nihe starters. Won easily. Time, 1.21. High-weight Handicap, seven fur\x=req-\ longs;—r-Nigger, 9.7, 1 i Dunmore, ■10<4, 2; • Altone, 8.7,' 8. . Seven starters; , A .good race. Time, 1.36. Young-Turf Club Handicap, of 50 so vs., mile.—Yeoman's Ben, 8.8, 1'; Core's Trichord, 7.6, 2; Ingersoll's Pelissier, 9.10, 8. Six starters. ; A splendid race. Time, 2.16. ; Ladies' Purse, six furlongs.—Alto, ■8.2, 1; Irrawaddy, 8.2, 2 ; Nigger,\x=req-\ 9.5, 3. Eight starters. Timp, 1.19. Autumn Handicap, six furlongs.— Dunmore, -i9st, 1 ; Altone, 7.4, 2 ; Peeping Tom, 7.10, 8. Four starters. Time, 1.20..- ; . ,

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The Federal Capital Sites Commission. TUMUT RE-VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

The Federal Capital Sites , Commission. TUMUT RE-VfSITED. The ; Federal Capital 'Sites Commissioners,' Messrs. J.Kirkpatrick, chair man(NlS.W.), H. C. Stanley (Q), A. W. Howitfc (Vic), Graham Stewart (S.A.), accompanied by Mr. J. J. Keenan (acting secretary and shorthand writer), arrived here on Saturday for the purpose of again viewing Lacmalac (the alternative site for the Federal Capital) and Gadara. In the afternoon they were joined by -Mr. Nowland (Govt, surveyor) and were driven by Mr. Geo. Danvers to Lacmalac, where an hoift or more -was spent in surveying the country and its surroundings. They proceeded by the way of the Tumut Plains on Sunday to view the eastern aspect of the site, returning to town in the evening. Yesterday Gadara was revisited, ani the Commissioners were afforded an opportunity of pas\x=req-\ I sing through and observing the physical" features of the country through Gadara and Calafai—some of the pick of the soil in the territory mapped out for the Capita...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

h'v.; !' THE TUIKP. V : -'On being pulled up after morning exercise on Saturday, Neptune, the hurfller, was found to have gone lame.; He'has beenvnominated.for the forthcoming Junee meeting, but it is doubtful if he will be well enough to take in the, Hurdle Race. i.'i-s.W. Aspden, the rider of Cimmerori who fell with him in the Welter Handicap oh the .ohird day' ©f,.the A.J.C.; Autumn meeting, died' from the: effects of the injuries received by the fall in St. Vincent's Hospital on .Wednesday. His spine .was fractured and he. had other troubles. 'i/'Playboy, Shilling ari&PuchessSvare amonp the starters, in the Jumpers' Ftyt Rac&3 at Aspe'ndale (Yici) on Wednesday, but none wore placed. ,'Pjlftyboy and Shilling carried 8.8 and Buchcss 8.1.' : •' ? • ' "• " ■ , . "Frantic II, Mr. W. Kelso's recent .purchase from •' Mr.. Mackenzie after , the A. J.C. Auttiinn meeting, *h'as been bought,by.fylr. W. Anderson, and is in. P.: Gouch's hands at Randwick. : . A race, meeting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

For Chronio Chest Complaints, , Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is Od. Hoamknehs in a child that is f subject to croup, is n sure indication of the approgoh of. the disease. If Chamberlain's . Cough ^Remedy is given as soon as' the child becomes hoarse, or even after.the croupy oougb' has appeared,.it.-will .prevent.tfye .attack. It always cures and oureB quickly. PEAKCE tf.LONGs&Ufe ^ ■

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SPORTING. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

SPOKTING. V ^ -7".. RACING FIXTURES. Cootamundra Turf Club.—Winter Meeting, June 3 Bind 4. '■>

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 May 1903

Farmers and Settlers' As sociation The annual meeting of the above association was held in the Sohool of Arts on Saturday last. Owing to the stock sales, in town it was difficult to obtain a good meeting, and it was held at a late hour. There were present : Mossrs. G. Clout (president), J. S. O'Sullivan (seoretary), R. Rivers, J. Tonking, R. Donaldson, M.L.A., J. McCormick, W. Twoomey, W. H. Bridle, S. Groves, F. Tweedie, A. Davis, J4f^atclifif and R. Dear. The minuies of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed, and the annual report and balance-sheet were read. The first business was the election of a secretary. On the motion of Messrs. Donaldson and Groves, Mr. J. S. O'Sullivan was re-elected to the position he has worthily filled from the start of the branch here. Mr. Geo. Clout, sr., was re-elected president unanimously, on. the proposition of Messrs. Rivers and Davis. On the motion ofMr< J. McCormick, seconded by Mr. Groves, Mr. R. Rivers, sr., was elected fi...

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