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The Selection of the Federal Capital. SIR JOHN FORREST'S VIEW WANTS THE CAPITAL BU[?] AT ONCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

The Selection of th;. Federal Capital. SIR JOHN FORREST'S VIE A' . WANTS THE' CAPITAL J3U; i < AT ONCE. Si'kaking to the Address-in-repi,v ±>i the House of Representatives Sir .j .! •> Forrest. Minister for Defence, s • > . desired to see the Federal Gapi selected as soon as possible. lieved in economy, and he defi one to say, in all the expeudit-. made in "West Australia—n>H.i spent 12 millions of loan money ii\x=req-\ years—that there was any evid^n a desire on His ! part to be other u careful in administration. TIimo not one single work that he out that if he had the power now ,> undo he would undo. (Cheers). If\x=req-\ seemed to him, however, that thtn\x=req-\ was a feeling of impecuniosity aroun<>. That feeling was getting a hold of the House and of the country—for what reason he did not know. There was an assertion that they could not have a Federal Capital bocause it woul' cost money. That assertion only came from a lot of croakers, who...

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 — 9 June 1903

Wood's Great Peppern^^t .Gui'i;.' ' | ; •;;|or,Oongh8tiucl.Cclaa.ncyci'fails. )t',1

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 — 9 June 1903

Farm and Station. Mr John MoNamara, the Rabbit Inspector, has received notice that his services will not be required after this month, owing to the repeal of the Rabbit Act. It is now necessary for him to submit himself for examination under the provisions of the Pastures Protection Act to qualify him as an applicant for the position of inspector under the new board. The Albury Eabbit Board have obtained the legal opinion that the Crown is not legally, though morally, responsible for the destruction of rabbits on crown lands, because under the interpretation claase of the Act the Grown was not included in the list of owners. Messrs. Wilkinson and Walker announce the sale by auc-ion on Saturday of 800 head of splendid fat and store cattle. A Melbourne surveyor has arrived at Gundagai for the purpose of subdividing Tarrabandra . Estate, of 15,000 acres, which M'Evoy Brothers intend cutting ud into farminsr areas. The surveyor says that the estate will be more suitable for closer settl...

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 — 9 June 1903

OUR OPEN COLUMN. \Vn'.gladly givo space to tho opinions of oor-\x=req-\ .i respondents on public matters, but ab-' solvo ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent must acoompany: letters to be»inserted untier this head, not necessarily "for publioa tion, but as it guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER XVI. FATHER AND DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

CHAPTER. XVI FATHER AND DAUGHTER. " Is ; it true, Muriel, that yoa actually went alone to visit that man, who is all but a convicted murderer, ? It is incredible that a 'daughter of mine should so far forget her position as to do such a thing." ; ! Colonel Fortescue» stood regarding his daughter; with a look of disapproval. " Whoever gave you the information, father," replied Muriel quietly, "has > not fuUy; informed ^himself of the facts of the case; or, what perhaps is more • likely, has purposely withheld some of the facts. I, did visit Hugh in;the gaol, to assure him that I fully believe in his innocence, but.I did not go alone. I was accompanied by the Solicitor who is engaged in his defence." " And was this solicitor present in the cell during your interview ?" asked the Colonel drily. " Not all the time." " Ah, I supposed not. If I had known that you contemplated such a visit I should have forbidden you to go." " I was quite aware of that, father, and that is why I decided...

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 — 9 June 1903

This is not . a Bad Way BUT WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at BEDTIME Is an Hbsolute Preventive and Cure for GOLDS & INFLUENZA.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TUMBARUMBA. VISIT OF THE MEMBER FOR THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

TUMBARUMBA. •■v 111 Our Own Coi'i'PBpcmdont.) VISIT FTHE MRMHaB POIl THE DISTRICT.' Quite h 'flutter of excitement pre-j vailed in = the ! breasts1 of out " Gityi Fathers " last week; when they learned that Ml-. --'G. E. McLa«rin, M-L A., would visit' Tumbarumba towards tho week's end, and preparations were immediately made for various interviews. Tho Progress Committee held a spreial meeting on May 25, at the Tumbarumba Hotel, when Messrs. .T. C. Walsh,, J. O'Donovan, W. Bloniley, A. Daly, W.-H. Russel (secty.) were present, and. drew up a list of impo\x=req-\ tant matters needing immediate attention to place under the notice of Mr. j McLaurin. A sub-committee, con\x=req-\ sisting'of Messrs. Daly, Blomley and tho secretaryi were appointed to receive .Mr. McLaurin and show him ",n"°o ;n Mr town requiting attsn |S1UIUW»; ^ tion. A second special meeting 'was (Balled for Friday, at which Mr. McLaurin was prerent; also Messrs. G. T. Ileinecke, (vice-chairman), J. 0. Walsh, J. O'Donovan...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

THEDEEPDENE MYSTERY CHAPTER >XV.r-0oKWKOTi>. - COMMITTED FOB TRIAL. . Tho" fact .that Hugh had chastised Jjeeclv for his insolence to her, :also tl a': threats had been exchanged be-. j. fcjveen them created a bad impression ok the jury, as the prisoner noticed, with "dismay, and he was not surprised when, after the summing up of the coroner, which was as favourable to him as he could make it under the circumstances, they returned a verdict of wilful murder against him. . , In due course the police took the t ease in hand. Hugh was lodged in the country gaol, and as soon as possible •;was brought before the magistrates.'" ' - ■ . '.The evidence that had been taken ' before' the coroner was now heard afresh, in addition to. some that was new. ........ •Philipp Langton contrived , to get ; called as a witness bv the prosecution, although he-pretended that it was much against1 his inclination that ho gave evidence. Ho had. not much -to offer of any ■value, but, while t posing as ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

TARCUTTA. (From Our Own Correspondent.) In the past two months a wonderful change has taken place here. At fc.li-.\x=req-\ beginning of April we were loudly bewailing the gloomy prospects ior our stock during the winter montli... During April nearly Gin. of rain fell and the succeeding month (May) was also responsible for several Diw showers. Now there is grass everywhere, in many places over 6in. in height, and stock, owing to the very mild weather experienced, are in excellent condition. The country hereabouts has not looked as well ior years, and our pastoraiists are iu jubilant spirits. The cricket. bat. and ball has been put away and is replaced by the racquet and net. There are a few anxious to revive Rugby football, bar I think that task is rather, hard. The disqualification of P 1 M.--k O'Dvvyer and the bay gelding E-:■ imposed by the committee of . I> cutta Race Club, has been eiui -t by the Australian Jockey Club.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

n'? )d Must arrived per S. S. SARPEDON ON SHOW. -0:0:0 A Magnificent Range of Seasonable ■^Dress Materials^\x=req-\ in all the Latest Colourings. Zibalines, Cheviots, Vicunos, Meltans, Poplins, Cashmeres, Beiges, Bengalines, Voiles, Coating Serges, Costume Cloths, Tweeds, &c-, &c. =ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS." A choice assortment of French Flannels, Printed Flannelettes, Velvets and Velveteens suitable for Blouses and Wrappers. -o:c A Handsome Lot of Ladies' TYLISH JA.CKETS & COSTUMES. -:o: OUR FANCY DEPARTMENT is now replete with all -^THE LATEST NOVELTIES.^ INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. YLKK RON'S EGS to inform the residents of Tumut and District that he has Secured the services of a Milliner (recently of WATERS & Co., King-street, Sydney), That she has specially selected oi the very latest WINTER GOODS And Ladies can now be assured of the correct style in UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY at SYDNEY PRICES. -0:0 I have also to hand and opening the newest in SKIRTS, JA...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

Medical. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Office!1 TUMUT-STIIEET, ADELONG. IW.W.I. LYTTLETON, SUEGEON DENTIST [UliGISTEltED] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. I, A, FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYAED, wagtra wagga HAS in stock a large assortment of cho a and well-matured PRIZEWINES. ASSORTED CA~SES MADE UP, Aerated Watei AND Cardial Manufacturer. TUMUT & ADELON« rpHE UNDERSIGNED prepared PUBOHASE, FOB CASS MARS". 7PIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &o., In Large GT Somali Quantities, And will pay V fcsily "Visits to ADELONG on CUESDAYS, And m; vy be seen at BOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAM ES~HUDSON, Tumufc. Norwiiih and London Accident Insurance Asso* ciation. Established IS66\x=req-\ lluh-m' Capital .. .. .. £100,000 ■Uncalled Cai-ita^ .. .. £100,000 AccDMUWiTEn Funds Excheo ... J-200,000 Toxai* Secuiuty .ro» Poncv Holdkiss Exukehs .. .. £400,000 Ohiof Ollices i'or Austral...

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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES Messrs. S. F. Wilkinson & Co. auctioneers, report having yarded about 110 head of mixed cattle at the Commercial sale yards, Tumut, on Saturday last, and disposed of nearly the whole of the yarding at highly satisfactory prices. There was a good attendance of buyers and bidding was brisk right through. Prices all round was firmer than last Saturday, those realised being as follows:— 8J-yr. store bullocks, £5 19s ; 2i-yr. steers, £4 7s; young heifers, £2 15s to £3 17s ; good weaners, £2 2s to £217s; good conditsoned store cows, £1 §s to £5 ; fat heifers £4 1s to £5 7s. Messrs. * Wilkinson and Walker. auctioneers, report only a small yarding of about 80 head of cattle on Saturday last; but they disposed of the lot at very satisfactory prices, late high rates being maintained. Fat Bullocks, nice quality, made from £7 to £8 19, fat cows, up to £7 ; heifers: rising 4yr., good quality, at £4 10s , heifers, rising 2yr, in fair condition, £3 14s ; store...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

" Jpfye ^umat sAdtfocate." Tuesday; : june o, im. ' CjEN^ER^L. •The Tcj-mut Aovucite is iv ttlaole! f o delivery by all country mails leaving Turaufc on the diy of publication. Mr. 0. Ryrie is relieving the manager of the local branch of the Commercial Back. Terrific gales have been experienced on the northern coast, causing considerable loss to shipping and of life. Mr. R. Donaldson, M.L.A., paid a visit to Sharp's Creek and addressed his constituents in that part of the district. A strange case was heard in ihe Dis trict Court, Sydney, a man suing his brother for the recovery of portion of the expenses in connection with their mother's illness and death. The Killarney Hotel, Gilmore, under entirely new management.— EL. J. Lee, Proprietor.* Our railway is rapidly pushed along and on Thursday last the engine and train steamed into the site of the station. Rails are being laid from the terminus to the river' on the police flat, and it is intended to procure 23,000 tons of gravel ther...

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Wedding Bells. DUNN—EYLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

Wedding Bells. DUNN—EYLES. On the 3rd inst., the marriage of Miss Lily Eyles (eldest daughter of Mr. E. Eyles, of Adelong) and Mr. A. G. Dunn (youngest son of Mr. R. Dunn, of " The Kurrajong," Wagga Wagga) was solemnised at " Westgrove," the residence of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Dunn, of Newtown, Sydney, whose presence was much appreciated by all concerned in the happy event. With but a few exceptions the invited guests were limited to the near rela- tives of the contracting parties. Owing to the very large number of intimate friends, selection was deemed impossible, but many of the bride's friends and schoolmates assembled with parting gifts to say good-bye. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked comely in white silk merv trimmed with medallion lace, white satin streamers knotted with orange blossoms, the bodice and sleeves being shirred. She wore a handsome gold chain-cable bracelet and carried a beautiful shower boquet, gifts of...

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The Batlow Show. "VISITOR'S" REPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 9 June 1903

The Batlow Show. " VISITOR'S" REPLY. (To the Editor.) Sir,-—I very much regret having' aroused the ire of; your Batlow correspondent. I stated incontrovertible facts and "my impressions of the show as a visitor. I am not, nor have I over been, a resident of Batlow; neither have I ever acted as a correspondent, whimsical or otherwise, of the Albury " Banner"; and I certainly think your reporter should apologise to the gentleman he so unwarrantedly attacked. I find that I made an error in ascribing the whole credit of the inauguration of the show to Mrs. Timmis, that lady, Miss Mouatt, Mr. E. W. Quarmby and the late Mr. Basham being the promoters, and the first show was held in May, 1894, so that the show held on 1st ult. was the ninth, not the seventh. This, I think, is clear evidence of the fact that the institute committee wish to ignore those who promoted the show. Whereof the cowardice consists in mentioning Mrs. Timmis' name, I fail to see, as I can assure your reporter (whose i...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER XVII. THE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 16 June 1903

CHAPTER XVII. THE TRTAfi. At last camo the opening of the Assize, on a day that was as gloomy as the prisoner's thoughts. The rayless November sun < rose behind a bank of dun-colout'ed pjojids, ushering in a grey and cheerless morning, that made the stuffy Courtroom look even more dismal and uninviting than usual. ■In ' the Assize town there was a bustle of coming and going from the County Hall to the Judge's lodgings, and from the railway station to the gaol. ; (To be Continued.)

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. FATHER AND DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 16 June 1903

THEDEEPDENE MYSTIERY. CHAPTE11 XVI Cosmx uko. lis/}'"VSW'!t>,UfHTK15. ' ; !;/ :1 But he had never -discussed iitho' matter 'in a;becoming temper, and the girl".was (naturally - hurt. For,. ' after a!l, it, was Mio question nl' her life's happinoss, and she was v:de-\x=req-\ • teraiinosl that it.should not, bo waived aside with a few angry. Questions. Whether Colonel Fortosue really- be\x=req-\ ,-ilievcd: th.it , Hugh was as bad as he had •! c.paiu tod h i ra was; open - to donbt. t Possibly the young. artist's greatest .crime in: the O ilonol's ey-^s w.is hi-s inability to prove him-solf of good birth. • " He ns;.<.th3 man ;I-am > going-.to • marry!" repeated Muriel firmly. " So porbaps.i-fathar, you will be good enough not to speak of himin such terms again in: my: presence." " •You1 tall mo this to my faco, after what 'has occurred," cried the . Colonel furiously. -'.You must. have ;taken leave of.your senses !" /" On the contrary, I am 'perfectly sane," retorted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 16 June 1903

J. J. ORMISTON, SURGEON DENTIST, tumut, Will Visit Adelong Monday and Tuesday; June 15 and 16. ; May be consulted at Rooms adjoining Mr. H. 0. Aikon's Adelong Pharmacy Appointments can be made with Mr. H. C. Aiken. Murrumbidgee Bace Club WAGGA WAGGA Winter WEDNESDAY,; June 24, 1903. ■rj^RIAL STAKES, £10, Of., noiii. 10s. 1-lUllDLE. liioE,,.m>K,2m.>•"■nam. 1.0s, accop. IDs. , ■ WINTER HA'NDICAY, £25, lui., nam. 10s, acuon. 35s. ; • UltflNGi HANDICAP, £10, Of., 116111. life, wuuep. 5s j ;f. • HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP, £15, 71'., noiii-10s, aecc.p. / '.Entries for ilU oLliin' ' races eloso mi MON\x=req-\ DAY,'JSiiil .rUNK, ill 8.ii0 p.m.': ' I'rogi'ftiuine.'i lorwunlod "011 aiiplioution to secretary. . 1 . , p. B. lilVINE, ■ _ Swetttry,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 16 June 1903

. - TENDERS. KETQRNABLE by 5 p.in. on WEDNESDAY, 17th insfc., are 'nvited for The ERECTION of a DAM EMBANKMENT of about 1000 . cubic yards. j: Full particulars on application to the Manager. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. GRAHAMSTOWN GOLD ESTATES. Grahamstown, 11th June, 1903. TENDERS. TENDERS are invitccl- for the CONSTRUCTION of on AMBULANCE WAGGON. Plans and specifications may be seen on application to the undersigned by whom the tenders will be received until 6 p.m. On MONDAY," JUNE 29, 1903, to be endorsed, " Tender for Ambulance." ; The.lowest or any tender not'neces\x=req-\ sarily,accepted. ■ ; H. C. AIKEN, • , Hon. Sec., . Adelong. Ambulance. r ;Dei.TOrtaieuL6f,l^tbrLoIustruction, ■ Sydney, 1st.Iluig, 1!)03. mENDERS lire'invited for T»E1'AIHS unci X 1 All'MOVEMENTS to the PUBLIC SCHOOL PREMISES at ADBLONG. Egj; , conditions, see • • ••♦'•Government Gazette." il'ians anil SpooUicat\oiy\ may ,be noon ni the. ScI\ot1 ^ i\iyl i\t the ^Department ot' I'uhlii; ...

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 — 16 June 1903

Farm and Station Records of the rainfall so far this year, taken at the residence of Mrs. John Archer, Tarcutta, are as follows :—January, 26 points, number of wet days 3; February, 74pts, 3 wet days; March, 573pts, 7 wet days; April, 484pts, 4 wet days ; May, 146pts, 5 wet days ; to June 8, 135pts, 4 wet days. Total rainfall, 1188pts, during 26 wet days. Mr. G. T. Budd reports having sold, in conjunction with Messrs. E. G. Cooke and Co., of Gundagai, 2300 wethers on account of Mr. Chas. Purcell, of Wondalga, to Mr. W. Bootes, of Mundarlo, at the satisfactory price of 12s 6d per head. Pedestrians' attention is drawn to the principle events on the programme for the initial sports gatnering of the Adelong Athletic and Sports Association to be held on the Recreation Ground on July 15. The principal handicap is for £8. Nominations for this and the Hurdle Race close at 10 p.m on J uly 4. See advertisement. The sports will be. followed by an entertainment in the' Oddfellows' Hall at night...

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