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The Keane Family Poisoned MISS MARY KEANE DEAD. OTHER SUFFERERS RECOVERING AN ARREST MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

The Keane Family - Poisoned MISS MARY KEANE DEAD. OTHER.SUFFERERS RECOVERING. AN ARRfiST MADE. What was ' either a< terriblerniisadven?: ture'or a horrible "stroke of'vengance was perpetrated at'CooIac'Iast weelr at the homestead of Mr..E.> J./Koane, "of Mooney Mooney, one of the -.largest and most highly respected jgraziere in that quarter of the district. Tho t errible...nffai r ■* 1.) appened > on' Tuesday. At that time there^vere ;at\x=req-\ the homestead Mr. iKoane, •the owner of the estate rhis only son John, :wh'o is about 25 years old ; Mr. Keane's only daughter, Mary, who is aged about 31 ; the domestic, Anne Goodwin, and her child,-aged 2. There had also been working about the place a' man namod E. - J.- McDonald, alias\x=req-\ George Rowley, a bush carpenter. Wnether rightly or wrongly, this man: has been made tho central figure in the Mooney Mooney mystery; He has been working ahout Coolac for some time, is. aged 37, and is of anything but repulsive appe...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

FOOTBALL. , The ;toIlo\vipg,players \\-iIl .represent the Adelong Federal Boys in a friendly match against the (£umufc indcipo.ntlpnis :ou bhe .Adelong $ecrea\x=req-\ viQii ixx*-s* ;«Croru6on 5-—; ■:i'Sv^-hiv1 ■"'! <V. -.ri 5 vhiYe quartiavi, U,^ A^iitlay, ,A.;Stiniili, ©. Bellamy, i halves, J. Beaver,, H, Blakobey ; forwards, ;JS. Noonan, W. Ayree, EJi.U, A-. .Edwards, T. .$,poiwni II; 11800, Oh Allen, ^B: ;jhilli;.h.' i'..Cape!, F.. :Tiiy!or, '; ■ ._...';

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

v\yi[i:N .¥oi!lGAN>;(.lT S^KKN .rlop. UOqghUIKi' H : j.-i huisJl.v : iicoossaiy ; ttfiit •anyone should fell-you^thivt ^■ou-nao'' ft fowuloaefi-of Oh ini\x=req-\ hevlain's Gondii Hornedy ■; to allay; the irritation oftthe throat, and mako sleep• >possible. T.t always onros and cures quiokly. iPEAIIOEj' ^LONCt .soil it. fGeouok, Jackson's .Chesterfields .made . to order are a special faature in t the -newlizies (or, winter w«ar(

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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A SUGGESTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

A SUGGESTION, , ' (To the Editor.) Sin,-—I noticed a paragraph in your 'estimable, paper. stating that the Ade\x=req-\ long Athletic and :.Sports. Association were -going to hold - a day's -sports shortly. Now, , sir, if the association should definitely decide on doing so, it would be an act' • of charity if'the proceeds, or part of •;thorny-were -given to that unfortunate man "Eccleston, •whoso- wife was some ,time since sent ! to an asylum, and who is himself almost: blind. It is, -I can assure you, .a very deserving case, which any one' of the committee .:can very easily; see' .for; themselves. "Thankinar you*.in-an I ticipation. CALAFAT.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

OUR OPEN COLUMN. We gladly give space to the opinions of cor respondents on . public matters, but absolve ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent must accompany letters to bo inserted under this head, not nccessarilv for publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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 — 19 May 1903

For ; Cbronie■, Ghost - Complaints, .. ■ '"Wood's Great Peppermint Cure.- i Is Cel. : Spmo growers haye > commenced pruiiiuprtbo summetv fruit-trees,wliich i s. con sidered rather, early ,■ as - i t is - con - tended'that better results are .more likely,-.to accrue: ifi prunedvwhensallhthe: j.ip is down, ' A- Lajik Shouuikh is. usually, caused ■ by rheumatism. of ■ the - mnaolcs, and . may :■ be 2uicd . bytb.e-vUBO '< of ,^'^QllambGI'lain!&.rBain\x=req-\ Ba]l^v::'..Y^hlR''^llmlllantv4ft^nnaq1lal]od.>:aR::n iootbin/v'-lotlon^'fGiieiapplication gives - ro-. iol. .Try it. tPEAIICE & LONG sell it. Geoiwe .^ACK8<»{i-^T(dlori'':'.%Adelong, .'has 'emoyedj .to . premises'; next . to: Dr,.|G,; Jjoee' ityrgorjr,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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REPLY TO MR. GLASSCOCK. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 19 May 1903

REPLY TO MR. 'GLASSCOCK. (To the Editor.) Sir,—Allusion Iras been marie by Ml*. W. Glasscock regarding statements made ' by me in connection'with his utterances having reference to ■ the Rabbit Board prosecutions : recently instituted at Gundagai,/to wit, Mr. -R. Sturt's case. From Press reports I was led to believe that :Mr. Glasscock had made a specific ofter to advance a certain sum towards defraying expenses in connection with- an appeal against the decision of the bench of magistrates, and under that belief I spoke up fearlessly at the annual meeting of the Tumut . Branch of the Farmers and ; Settlers' Association, stating .thai: if Miv Glasscock' had been guilty of the glaring indiscretion as a ■director of giving vent to the words attributed^ to him, ho Avas unfit and incompetent for the position be now occupies on the Board and unworthy of the support accorded him by the Farmers'and Settlers' Association, he being one of the candidates selected by that body. I very much regr...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER XIV. VILLAIN AND VIOTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

CHAPTER XIV. VILLAIN AND VIOTIH. It was j'nst past one o'clock, when Langton entered the doorway of No. 7 Doulton ' buildings, arid ^soendied the creaking stairs to the office, of Mursell and Crouch, solicitors. He had chosen that-hour because'he knewthat the majority of the cletks from the offices on the lower . floors would then be away at lunch, and: he would be less li kely, therefore, to meet' anybody on the stairs. ^ He did not expect to find anybody in the grimy Office usually occupied by. Silas Leech, for he knew that .Crouch had-long since died, and that Mursell preferred to leave Silas to'transact the; firm's shady business while he himself kept in the background. ; Consequently he was. not surprised: when he found that the office door was locked. However, he. was pre. pared for this, and taking a " bunch of keys from his pocket,, he selected: yone^ and fitted it in the lock. - It turned, though not ' without difficulty, and. it made a grating, noise as the bolt shot; back...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. MURDER! [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

THE DEEPDENE . MYSTERY CHAPTER XIII.—Continued. MURDER! Langton started back and turned as ■pale almost as death itself, with difficulty repressing the exclamation 'that, rose to his lips. The death of Silas Leech would bring relief; to the Langtons, father •and son, neither knew of the other's connection with: the usurer. Oi all people with whom that un\x=req-\ scupulous money-lender had; had dealings, none would gain so much by his ^death as they. ' - Gain, that is, in : the security . of their, positions in the knowledge that the secrets ho had found out would be safe with him in the grave. "Do you know the gentleman, Sir ?" asked the constable. " Know him ?" . Philip pulled himself together; In the few moments which he had had for reflection he had decided on his course 01 action. "OE course I don't know him," he continued.- " I am not used to looking upon dead bodies, especially of those who have come by a violent end, and the sight startled me." The constable acceptocl the exp...

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 — 26 May 1903

P & .71 Is the Tj arte Mark of thC* >r6nuiQo imii only portable KqotUitf. which v i* Unown rn endure is miicIi t h'-Mj*. s and OooKt than Iron, P & B nnnr iU tU A Postal Card Bequest • brings you the opinions of > PuMlc Hen in whom everyone has confidence. E. RICH * CO., LTD., SYDNEY. Full jMrlWuUr* from the Sols Ajent*-\x=req-\ E. RiCK & CO., Ltd., FYDXEY, KS.W. . P & B DAMPeOURSE. P 6 B Dampcourse is the oheapeab, the nest, *dd much than any in the market. E. RICH and CO., LTD., SYDNEY. (Late op GOULBUEN), Blacksmith, Wheelwright, Farrier, & Farming Implement Repairer, GILMORE. HAVING had vast EXPERIENCE in the TRADE, being employed by the leading firms in Goulburn, D. MoLAURIN'S work commends itself. All Kinds of Machinery overhauled and repaired. Tumut Brewery, TUMUT. 0:0—— Jno. BE ALE, Proprietor. GODFREY & SMITH - (Late A." BENNETT), Coach and Carriage Builders, General Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Farriers, and Farming Imple...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

MRS- JAS- ROSS' refreshment rooms, Fruit, Confectionery & Tobacco Depot, Two doors from Literary Institute, ADELONG. Refreshments at all hours- Grills a speciality. SPECIAL SATURDAY 'HOT SUPPERS.— Curried Fowl, Ham and Eggs, Curried Tongues, Stewed Tripe and Onions, &c., &o., with mashed Potatoes. Tea, Coffee, Cocoa. V . Corned Meat and O? Tongue cooked and on sale epld daily. Regular Supplies • of the CHOICEST SEASONABLE JBU1UITS and VEGETABLES. Caterer for Parties and Public Dinners. cool drinkstcool drinks. TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES, CIGARS & SMOKERS' REQUISITES. Seed Wheat. Seed Wheat. WE beg to notify, the FARMERS AND STOREKEEPERS of this district that we have secured a truck load of guaranteed -PURE SEED WHEAT, and, owing to the high price ruling for seed, we have decided to meet our clients by offering this wheat at almost cost price. Awaiting your orders. T. ALIiSOPP & SONS, : Late Allsopp Bros. MRS. G. E. SCHINTLER THE Federal Tea Rooms ' ...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

MINING. A boom in mining"is shortly expected at Lacmalac. The remaining members of the Russell Creek syndicate who have a battery erected at Bussell Creek, have added to their number and applied for 1400ft. by 400ft. on the. site of Green's reef at Lacmalac. They purpose removing their battery thither and big hopes are anticipated (if the stone goes anything like it is reported to have done in days gone by). There is a good shaft on the property, 140ft. deep, and it is intended to add a cyanide plant to their 5-head battery. On the " Madman " line of reef,, sinking is being proceeded with, the' shaft being down now 80ft., with no water, and the stone raised promises well. The locality seems a network of reefs. Tbafc evev-lucky pro-'jjocloe, D. Crampton, sen.,..has .struck some good stone, and: some of our local townsmen are associated, with him. With" a battery in the locality, and consequently the cost of carriage dispensed with> stone' hitherto of lictle value can, when the bat...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The Tumut Railway. COMPLETED BY THE END OF SEPTEMBER. FORMALLY OPENED BY THE GOVERNONR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

* 1 . The Tumut -Railway,. ; completed -by the end'w ' september. formally opened by the governor; . Satisfactory prpgcess: is being made with the platelaying on the:rail way to Tumut. The rails aro down as far. as Killarney, and the bridge work is completed up to the cemetery. .No. move, however, is being made in the direction of starting the . orection ; of tho station, buildings at the' terminus, or at Killarney. They .must take a considerable ■ time. to iget.advanced'to' a stage nearing completion ithat will enable them to be uswl for^raffic; puiv poses. --. [Since-the above was m type we learn .from Mr. R. Donaldson, our member, that he ' has . receivGd intimation from ' the Public .Works De partment'that,-the •■railway will be ready to hand over to tho 'Railway Commissioners by the - end of Sep-: tember. • ;The Governor (Sir Harry. Rawson) • has accepted Mr. Donaldson's invitation to perform'the opening ceremony, and His Excellency will be accompanied by Lady and Miss Rawson. ...

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RUGBY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

RUGBY NOTES. (By " ilmotheus.") Heel it out Adelong! Once more are we in the season for that exciting and healthy sport, football. Gunda\x=req-\ gai have been moving for some weeks past and apparently believe in the old adage that " the early bird catches the worm." Now, I hope Adelong, the premiers of last year, will not bn caught " napping," but that they will work with the vigour that success bncourages. At the end of last\x=req-\ reason,^ the "reds" had no worthy rivals. They easily defeated Gilmore and' Tomut, on Adelong ground, and in the last uiatch of the season outed Gundagai by 10 to nil on the latfcer's ground. On these performances, Adelong should get . good representation in a S.W. Union team. , A team selected from the Goulburn and Gundagai Unions'has to go to Sydney in July to compete in a series nf matches with other country unions, arid. it behovos every player who desires to go to try and work himself into condition. This year thereiis no capitation fee, and, all ■...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. OPENING THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

FOOTBALL OPENING THE SEASON. The annual meeting of the .Ade\x=req-\ long Senior Football Club was held at McLaughlin's Commercial Hotel on Friday night last. Mr. F. Oripps was voted to the chair and there were present: Messrs. J. Beaver, J. J. Hiney (secretary), G. Fiefield, A. W. Smith, A. Whitley, E. E. Prowse, 0. O'Brien, H. Bellamy, H. Blakeney, P. Corcoran, B. Phillips, P. Ryan, A. Schintler, W. Whitley, F. Cripps, E. Noonan and D. Green. A. resolution was carried to the effect that the club have the same name and colours, and be run under the same auspices as heretofore. M. J. J. Hiney was reelected secretary, and the treasurer ship was awarded to Mr. E. E. Prowse. Mr. J. G. -McLaughlin was unanimously elected as president, and on notification of his election, kindly donated £1 to the club. Messrs. W. G. Harvey, H. 0; Aiken, A. E. Merryfull, A. G. Pearce and G. John were elected vice-presidents. The selection committee consists of Messrs. J. Beaver, F. J. McNamara and G. Fiefi...

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 — 26 May 1903

Farm dnd Station. The Yabtree estate has disposed of, to a New Zealand buyer, a two-tooth ram .by the well-known . stud ram Federation. It speaks well for the district that an , enquiry should be made from such a distance for sheep sbred here. •: Oases of swine fever have - been discovered ill Queensland, and theblame for its introduction into that State is laid on New South Wales. . On Tuesday • last, after a month's travel, W. Oddy in charge, (assisted by another .competent drover, Jathes Piper),'landed 5000 sheep, at the ; the. owners", (k.W.Austin's)-home,- Lake Mid'geonrStation "with the small loss of 10. head. .They were travelled Hp'me'fjrom'.Talbingo, and 'this, con-: sideringi the'best . season, mti^t' - prove particularly;gratifying.to the own-sr; ..'Some assistance is to .be rondereil by the Government to the Hiilston /.farmers in the cartage of ' their seed/ wheat' from the nearest -railway station, a distance of 80 miles. At the London wool sales last week 47 bales of g...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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GREENBANK v. FOREST VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

■ORTCTCNBANK v. FOREST VIEW. A match between those t\vo clubs •was .played : on the latter's court on Saturday/resulting'inthe;ForeBt,View Club winning i by 19 -games; Scores (Greenbank: being named first) :— ■First roitnd.—R/ Oraig: aud•Misa.-ftr.' . Gordon v.; G. Grady and :Miss JC. Wtiiting, X—6} 'R. Prowse • auclMisa M. Craig v. P. Grady and B. Cunning\x=req-\ Ham, 6—4; J. Craig and Miss L. Treweek v. A. Grady and Miss M. Cunningham, 8—6; Mr. Rolfo and Mra. G. Prowse v. T. Sohaefer and Miss E. Grady, 4—6. Second round.—il, Prowse and Miss M. Gordon v. G. Grady and Miss K. Whiting, 6—5; B. Craig and Miss M. Gordon v. T. Grady and Miss B. Cunningham, 6—8; J. Craig and Miss L. Tweweek y. T. Sohaefer and Miss E. Grady, 4—6; Rolfe and Mrs. G. Prowse v. A. Grady and Miss M. Cunningham, 0—6. Third round.—R. Craig and Miss M. Gordon v. A. Grady and Miss M. Cunningham, 6—2 ; R. Prowse and Misa M. Craig v. T. Sohaofor and Miss E. Grady, 6—4; J. Craig and Miss L. Treweek v. G. Grady and Mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

•* Every dog- Will 'have his day, • /•AncVt life'lts-nipsi-ancl 'dowiiB; • ' ■; .Tho faoa'may. woav.aismile to-day, To-morrow perhaps a- frown, - *Wlion. things rua smootlLwo little guesp, . •; -What •! wo'.may- yot ; endure, As ooughs ftud colds—'tis then we bloBS ' "Wood's Giibat PmppIsiimint Otjijk. ' *'• Winter.' Samples"-now :.in; sail, the :iatos}; styles aftjl. patterns- to>ohooso from. <; Suits rom £3 Bs, at Guokob : Jackson's, :Tftiloi'(\x=req-\ extto Div Iieoa' Surseiy, Adotong. ;

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

SECOND DA.Y. Plying Handicap.—Irrawaddy 1, Easy John 2. : ; Town Plato.— IXunless 1, Duumoro .2. Won easily. ■ Barellan Handicap.—Ilandec II.;!, 'Easy Molly 2. Forced illandioap.—Lovoshot 1, iHarpman ii, Easy John 8. • The Farmers'Race fell .through. '

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TEMORA RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 May 1903

TEMORA RACES. First Day. Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs.—Security, by Bargo—Finance, 9st., 1; Ruenot, 8.11, 2; Clifton, 8.11, 3. Other starters: Lorna, Sam, Galtee More, Queenliko. Won by half a head. Betting: 6 to 4 v. Clifton, 5 to 1 Security. Members' Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Dunless, 7.11, 1 ; Nigger, Osfc., 2. Loveshot, Easy Molly, Amaroo, ' Ada\x=req-\ lock and Ouden ! also ran. Ouden passed the post first but was disqualified. Temora Cup, 1 mile 1 furlong.— Graceton 1, Trichord 2, Dunmore 8. -Curlew also ran." Won easily. ■Time, 1.58J. Betting: 2 to 1 on Graceton. • Autumn Handicap, G furlongs.-—. Easy Molly 1, Dunless .2, The Snail 8. Other starters: Irrawaddy, Nigger and Ilarpman. -Betting: 2 to 1 on The Snail, 10 to .1 v. Easy Molly. Won by a length. [ Welter Handicap.—Ilander 1, • Ouden 2, Holly 8. Other starters : Adalock, Medallic,: Queenlike, iRuenot, Clifton; Security. The betting was 6 to 4 on'the winner.

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