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

Fire at Billapaloola.   On 20lh 1 inst., Coroner Mr. W. J. Shelley held an inquiry at Billapa- loola, touohing the fire that destroyed Mr. Lowther's house, kitchen and furniture, on 14th inst. The   following jury were empanelled : Messrs. Thomas Pipor, sen. (fore- man), James Keneally, Thomas Healey, P. Halloran. and James More- ton. Henry Lowther deposed: -I reside at Billapaloola ; left my residence there on Sunday last, 10th inst., and went to Bombowlee to work; my   house was alright; locked up ; did not leave anyone in charge; all my furniture was iu the house; had a   house and kitchen, they were both       locked ; the house was about 20ft. away from the kitchen ; on the 14th inst. I received information that both my houses were burnt down ; came out the following day, having reported   the matter to the police ;     Constable Donnelly some with m...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Electorates. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

I ■ ■ i Federal Electorates. THE. following are the?new,electoratesj as officially described, in; which pur ; readers have a particuar interest i-rr-.' ) webriwa. 'rr.. Comprising ; the State electorates of Argyle, - iBurrowa, • Goulburn, Yass, part of Braidwood, viz., Bungonia and .part of. Nerriga a,nd Tarago divisions ;• .part of Macquarie West, viz., Tuena and part of the Burraga division; part of Queanbeyan, viz., Collector,' Gundaroo, .".and; vparts of Bungendore and Queanbeyan divisions. L'.,' v i':r , '.,:i THE HUME. Comprising'the State electorates of Albury, Gundagai, The Hume, Tumut; part of the Murray, viz., Corowa, and portion of Urana divisions. BLAND. Comprising the State electorates of Murrumbidgee, Wagga Wagga, Young, part of Grenfell, viz., Bar\x=req-\ medman, Grenfell, Wyalong, Yal\x=req-\ gogrin, and portion of Billy's Lookout, Euglo, Marsden, and Ooma divisions ; part of Hay, viz., "Whitton division; part of the Lachlan, viz., part of Cargellico division. EIVERI...

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HUMULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

)i 1HUMULA. i (From our own Correspondent.) A day's sports were held at Humula on Saturday, 23rd ult. aiid were fairly, successful. An enjoyable dance took1 place at Mr. R. Cheney's residence, when 15 couples seemed to thoroughly enjoy • - themselves till midnight.' The following are the results ' of SDme of the, sports events:— Trial Handicap.—D. Lambert, 9yds, :1st; W. . Willis, :scr, 2nd.. Thirteen started. Won easily. Humula Handicap.—E. Rogers, 9yds, 1st; W. T. Archer, 6yds, 2nd; W. Ciyde, ' 6yds, - 3rd. Eight started. A good race. \ Hurdle Race.—W. T.i Archer, 6yds, 1st; J. McAulitfe, 10yds, 2nd ; , P. Moy, 18yds, 8rd. Seven started. Won very easily. "™" Thrqwing4at-wickot.-r-W. T. Archer and Jas. McCnickcu divided. s ' ■ ! 1st.: Hack 'Race.—G. Winter's bay gelding. :2nd. Hack Race.—P. Angel's 'Fidget.u,..;..; ;. iV : ! ;V; ' Guessing Competition.— T. "Oak-] man. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

V\VjpKN jOfftSpx Slhei> for coughing, it is' hardly nefjeswv'y (&&/; anyone should tell you that, ybu'nead ii fmy ddeorf of {Bham, berlain's Cough ^Remedy . to alfiiy the irritft. tion of tho throat, and make sleep' poafeihle, |t always oures and ouvcb (irfiokly,' . IUJOTOE

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CHAPTER XV. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

-CHAPTER XV; - COMMITTED . FOR TBIAL.. The coroner's inquest took place on . the, following afternoon. sit was, of course, only a preliminary inquiry,' but it foreshadowed the nature of the charge, and the possibilities of the defence. The farm labourer who had picked up the glove and discovered the body was .the first witness examined; then came the local constable, and after him the detective from London, who testified to. having found the murdered man's pf^Jipt-book in Hugh .Trevor's room. Last of all came the medical evidence. It was brief and to the point. The deceased had received a blow on the left temple from some heavy, blunt weapon,"such as a life-preserver, or, a bar of iron, and death must have been almost instantaneous. As far as he could'judge, the man had been /Jpad about • 24 hours when he saw'the body, T{je crime, therefore, must have been cojcftfftjtted at about six o'clock in the evening. On behalf . pf -the prisoner it was urged, that there was no motive for the ...

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THE DEEPDENE YSTERY. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. VILLAIN AND VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

; THEiDEEPDENE ; MYSTERY\x=req-\ ,f ' — *• -'' '■* ifcllAPfflEE XIV.—CosaiKUED. SYII.IAIN ~AN1) YlO'i'lJi. '':^Qn'ifche\\very.;fWt/.page on which ; anythinghad been entered, however, tho read some Words' that brought a' ' look oframazement. and incredulity to, ■ his; face, such as had surely never ; crossed his. features' before. But as he read on, astonishment and , incredulity cave place to consterna\x=req-\ : Mop.' i 1 V So this5 must have been the reason of Silas-LeecH'ssyisit 5to Sir - Jasper, he,'thought.'' "<It:is: infamous that I •should1 havalb^^^,';^; V I V ■; -j.He tore tho note book into frcig-; >menis anddiung. Lhcm-into the empty grate. \ J ' Infamous : Infamous!" he /re'-, peated,,as ho paced 'ij&iand 'down-the' room. Whatever . infauiy;>his father had; been guilty of could scarcely.have ex\x=req-\ •, ceedM. hi8.o\va;'::But he thought noth\x=req-\ nftg.'tf contemplated in 'Hicting bh;p!ihers, though when'there ^Os aichance that'ho •'miglit ; h...

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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

COMMEjElCIAL. ; TUMUT 'STOCK SALES- '' " ' Messrs. Wilkinson & Waljfev, ftuc\x=req-\ JioneeWi &c., report another .very successful sale of cattle at the commercial sale yards on Saturday last, •when they disposed of every beast they ouered at very satisfactory prices, as . followsFat bullocks, nice quality, at £8 17s; fat cows, from £6,16s to £7 2s 6d; fat heifers, 2yrs, from £4 6s-to £4 16s; store bullocks, 8yrs, good condition, from £510s to £6 Is ; store cows, good quality cbn\x=req-\ dition, at £4 16s; store cows, in low condition, at £8 15s ; yearling steers, at £2 Is. ' Messrs. P. Hi and S. Wilkinson, auction &c, report having yarded at-the Commercial Sale Yards, Turaut, bn Saturday last, about CO head of mix,ed cattle. Biddings was slow at the op£n-? ing of the sale and-several pens were, passed in. However, all pens were ' deposed of privately .and at auction, the prices,being a little easier thai} Vfti the previous' Saturday's sivjes}. Bri^ ♦'onlip.f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

MRS. G. E. SCHINTLER : THE j Federal Tea Rooms • /"• AND ' " ■■ \ . . Fruit & Fancy Goods Shop ; (Next.to EyleS<fc Soli's). ■ ! CHOICE FRUIT & CONFECTIONERY. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS ; V' ' with ' TEA; COFFEE, COCOA, COOL i ' DRINKS, i -v; AT ALL HOURS. ,i hoti=ies7156tpi es i i | & COFFEE i j '/•!■■■,•»_ ■■';'••• AT NIGHT, : During the Winter Months j J. J.ORMiSTON, SURGEON DENTIST, . TUMUT, Will Visit Adelong MONDAY and TUESDAY, • FORTNIGHTLY May be consulted at Rooms adjoining Mr. H. C. Aiken's Adelong Pharmacy •Appbiii'tmerits can :be made with ^Mr. Br! C.'Aiken.'1 ' A Macilent Wasted Systeriu thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TdNIC. The Case oFSji^ E tyERTON. ''". • •. (BY a ' local BEPOMEK.) ; Surprise'is an inadequate term to deaoribn the fooling with which such an announce-' ini'iit its the following will be received by the genoral public; yet the actual state of •.things, which prevailed at No. 68 Mac\x=req-\ quarieTStreet South, Surry Hills, are ...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

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 jiecessarilyHfor publioa • * tionj' but as a guarantee of good -faith., .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

A GRAtfEFUt PARENT BEARS TESTI MONY TO HIS DAUGHTER'S CURE-: OF LUNG DISEASE •:/ '* BY ' VITAPATIO N....-^;fe'fegleton, N.S.W., May 30,1901. To-Mr. S."'A. PALMER. Dear Sir,—My daughter has suffered with Lung,-Disease. 8inc.eH.she,,.wM.S>I? 'jeftjs of age. She is now 11'and in gaodiiealtuyWanks to your valuable medicine. Aftor trying a great many patent imedicinqs, with varying ei'fcct, I .was pevsundedto''give vITAD'ATIO a trial; and the -.improvement in her condition was at once noticed'by Jilrs. Poi'tor arid myself. My daughter -has been a,, great, sufferer, and was given . up, }jy the doctors: after breaking a blood viessel about three years ago, the medical man remarking that she could not live through the winter,'"but VITADATIO willed otherwise, as she is now •well. Three years i ago she had a bad attack, when she frequently spat up bloodj so I , immediately purchased a bottle of your, medicine, with the result that it .'completely •cured her.!; You can make rany .use of thi...

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The Batlow Show. A REPLY TO "A VISITOR (?)" (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

The Batlow Show. A REM TO;" A VISITOR (?)" (To the Editor.) Sin',—In '" the ""'Adelong : Argus " of the 26thiinst. I noticed a letter signed '' Visitor," referring in a very un' complimentary'-: ■way - tn i.the :Batlow: Fruit, Flower and Industrial Exhibition. Being the reporter of this affair, I feci in duty bound called upon to contradict' such cursory and unrational criticism. With a casual glance at " Visitor's " letter one cannot but help noticing the very egotistical or dictatorial twang, which is the most essential quality necessary to produce a pessimistic ass of the first order. Knowing this, and also that " Visitor" is identical with a wh*msical correspondent of the Albury " Banner," I cannot help but accept it in lighter vein. Not alone the show is disturbing "Visitor's" peace of mind. In the first place, he accuses the Institute committee of theft—a very grave offence, considering either the Church or Mrs. Timmis is the victim. The meaning of his offended dignity is perf...

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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

Farm and Station An extraordinarily largo fox was captured last week by four lads about a mile beyond the.Wagga Show Gound. Upon being measured Reynard wag was found to bo 4ft. Gin. from the. .tip of his noso to the end of :tho brush., The boys were determined 'they should; not lose their captive, for the first shot, .from a pea-rifle took effect in his ejfe; ass He rolled over the second was embedded in the head, and the third iknocked all life out of him. Poor land makes the farmers poor, ;and suggests the idea^fco use manure. Som6 of our leading farmers are this ..•year turning their attention ;to drilling, 'in .'tHeir wheat and oat-crops, suitable nianure, which must undoubted ly prove a big benefit. The expense is a mere bagatelle compared' with the results that will follow. I i For the vacant seats on the Pastures Protection Board five candidates have ro far been mentioned—two from ! Dunee, one from Brungle, one from Jugiong and one from Cootamundra. ' ,The Farmers' and Settle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

You oan always rely .upon getting a perfeo; fit,' combined with a thoroughly well-made artiole. at Geo. Jackwn'Si Tailor, next to Dr- keen, . ,lV VQV Children's Hackings Cough at night,, Wood's Groat Peppermint ..Cure. • Is Ujl WHY'.' r.y | ■ When you 'do no t relish your U rs well to inquire the •cause. " Xo\f iiMvy be eating more than the Kto^acJi, can digest, or perhaps you^iopil) ik top rich; many people eat muc^ mojit, or. your bowels may ho own Kti|pate(l. 1 Wh^Atho digestion faalright, tho tVv bowels regular and i\Qt 1>v> inuoh food taken thero \s, a natiww craving and relish foV' tl^ j|owV When this ■' is laoking you may know that you noed a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach. - and Liver ./J-'ablets.^ They atrengthen the digestive organy, improve the; appetite an regulate the bowels " Just what, you need," Trioele Cd. Soldi by PEARDB?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

Ping-pong it is' till the go, ! . < " Leavn-toiplay/it-Tridon't-lje slpw ;; I \,L'ots^f fu'u you'll.iind in'doors, f % ! £ ■'While outside th'elteppest rcjjvsi'fe"' j|s i ~¥ou41 gladlyHhinkiybu!re~snug aiuLwann, Anil not out in the raging storm j To catch a cold, for which be sure I'o/tako -aoiao 3rVoous'.^Grni3.vr ■ '/-OjJKE^/; | : ...S ... . A,;,1jamb Sn6DiiDEn'"is!<usually caused by irhepmatism of the riiusclcs,-arid nitiy. (be cured.'iby 'the. use. of ..Chfuiiberltiin's .Jfyiin Balm. This liniment is .unequalled ils'n; -soothing! lotion.■.> One application') gtv^s re\x=req-\ iof. Try it. 1'EMICE A LONG sell'lt. ; ;j;.T,wpatyt.oight species (df Australian grasses have beeu collected on the1 jClleriariff station via 'Byvocki'iaH'little, •east'ot the Darling RiveiVKufAUrthe specimens show remarkable growth, 'but the two most luxnrianfc;>f6cms were the "oat grass" (attaining'a'* height of Oft 4in) and the " fc ui^arno grass" lOin). Thw growth had been mad...

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LAGOON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

LAGOON HILL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) :There is still/,the /same A bid cry amongst the mine-s here, viz: "I wishifc would >rain;; I '-wish' .itnWGui&T snow." The grass aiid :herbage green, but there is. ^insufficient...water , for inining purposes. There was a well attended meeting of miners held at Broadhurst and party's mine on Wednesday, for the purpose of forming a committee to draw - up rules for governing the water-race and regulating the supply to claims when there is sufficient water available to work with. Mr. Tonkin occupied the chair. Mr. Tbos. Bell, J.P., lion, sec., and Messrs. W. H. Russel and Kelly, solicitors were also present. . I am very sorry to have to: chronicle the severe illness of Mr. H. Geoffrey Joyce, who has been confined to his room for the past two weeks, but I hear he is mending and we hope to see the old gentleman soon able to get about again. Mr., Joyce is nearing his 88th year, and is looked upon as being'the oldest resident in the 'd...

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A Toast. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

A Toast; (By C. H. L. B.) ■Who weds, because we are so dear, And never forgets when it ishere— . The>anniversury,of..the Tear ? „>* •; • j - i '• - £ 1' jThe-Wife.^ •• Who, when she's donning evening clothes, 'Her1 most angelic nature shows, i ■"Anil looks as sweet as any rose? The Wife. : Who, when the landlord calls for rent, • 'And'in^.the house!there's.n.ot(a;centf ;; -s j . Pleajls •,with landlord,to, relent.? ' £ > •' "The Wifei- ! "Wtfo, 4li^n'the blouds'are darkandgrey,; ■ And ruin seems not far away, j /Take'sithefhelm-and savesjthe.day ? ; Tlib Wife. j "Who soothes us in our grief and pain, ' 'And strives! with-All might and main To return to us our health again ? j i. - fi c The Wife, j is-.mu itnw Li'ijvilfvti Who sits beside the old arm-chair, 'And. tnesVtOi'driye" |i>yay our care, » .And winds aboutour neck arms fair? ' •• The-Wife;-' -j,i iv !!,;;■/■■.il »And-roJa^teiu§^Mtog,^lear, u ; Fit, emblem of our darlings-'Eere"'"*'"' • Wo'lt drink the health of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

! V.' \ " . , \ ;0 ATT? TIT /tAATUH [Just arrived per S. S- SARPEDON ON SHOW. „ r i sf r'Y I '\! «■", *0<0»Q - .. .A ^Magnificent Range, 61 Seasonable 1J — -V»7. ; .• .1 ;iw-?M<rre'*»rt*'r in all the Latest Colourings. -Zibelines, Cheviots, Vicunos, Meltans, Poplins, . Cashmeres, Beiges, Bengalines, Voiles, .?',*• h 'Coating Serges, Costume Cloths, Tweeds, &c«, &c. ll%^LL UP-TO-DATE GOODS.^ A choice assortment of French Flannels, Printed Flannelettes,, '■ y . ^ Velvets and Velveteens ' ,,,, suitable for Blouses and Wrappers. :K:y':C-r:j —r-r—o:c ; • ■r-vv'"~' _ /■ ;;n.| j -'/'nTJiri •• ' A Handsome Lot of Ladies i,■> TYLISH J A.CKETS & COSTUMES. •■■■■■■■ ■ ■ ... : ,v ■ V i „ OUR FANCY DEPARTMENT > •"!/ ,v is now replete with all -^THE LATEST NOVELTIES.^— INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. Tl I H I Iff * T ' •, i ■■ <> '7 I T>EGS to inform the residents of Tumut and District D that he has si. '' ' Secured the services of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government. Medical Officer TUMUT-STREET; ADELONG. W.W.I. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [kegisteked] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Meohanical Demonstratoi' Sydney University Dental School; • • Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGoA WAGGA HAS in Btock a large assortment of oho o and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED OASES MADE UP. K. DEAE, Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELON^ »JIHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &g., &c-, In ILarge or Small Quantities, And will gay Weekly Visits to ADELONG oa TUESDAYS, And <wu% be seen at BOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. james"hudson, Tumut. Norwich and London Accident Instance Asso* ciatictt, ^Established 1856\x=req-\ I'Aiu-uf C.vhvaj, .. .. .. £100,00(5 li.nuai.LK)) CAm'AI, .. £100,000 AcccMDJiATED Pcxos Excjjkd .. £200,000 'Total Security voit Policy , HoldeuS:Exceeds ... , .. £400,000 • Clii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

VICTOR PIANOS ! VICTOR PIANOS !, The most popular Pittios in'Auet\x=req-\ _ ~ rati*. More yiotora antaald thrip• (. pother makeij!.') 8qjd on; thejr^ i merits. TB&iutiful toqp, '.well,and substantially constructed. t)ura\x=req-\ bility guaranteed. The bcBt value ever-offered. 4ffc. 3in.higli, inth metal action standards,. under dampers, < over-strung, full tri- ( chord, extended iron frame, seven ootavea, and riyetted ham* men. : PALING & CO., Ito., Sydney, Sell only thoroughly reliable a Instruments, and are •: Sole \ Agents for such eminent f makers as Steinway, Brins- x mead, Lipp, JFeurich, Ecke, f Uebel, Ac. Send for Gata- J ■logues. ^

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GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 2 June 1903

GILMORE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Under the auspices of the Gadara Tennis Club, a thoroughly enjoyable social was held at Mr.; W. Butler's place on Friday night, which was patronized by about 20 couples of dancers, iu addition to a fair percentage of spectators. They entered into: the pastime with whole-hearfced zest,; and thus made the evening pleasant' for themselves and all concerned.' This feeling was augmented by the! tasty manner in which the room • had been decorated with greenery. The floor was in splendid condition, and the temperance favourable to dancing, and the Master of Ceremonies, Mr. M. Connors, conducted the ' proceedings with courtesy- and tact. " Excellent' music was rendered by Mr. F. Smiles1 i(violin). :At midnight, refreshments— an ever-welcome adjunct to human enjoyments—were passed round.; These were of excellent quality und the quantity was quite up to require-, menfcs, and were provided by the .ladies present. The-members of the club, who did their utm...

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