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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

TUMBARUMBA. (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) JiixoiassiVKLY cold weather prevails, owing to the severity of the frosts during the'1' past few nights. The rainfall so fat for the month has been fair. About 95 head of cattle were yarded at Wednesday's sale and about 90 were disposed of at satisfactory prices by Mr. S. F. Ramsey. At the Licensing Court on Monday, bsfore Messrs, Peisley, P.M., and Mate and Lewis, Js'P., hotel licenses were granted to the following persons:— George Blomley (Union Hotel), Albert Merbaek (Tumbarumba Hotel), Oscar Garilylys (Tattersall's Hotel), Charles Woodhouse (Grlenroy Hotel). The application made by Alfred Lukins for a wayside hotel license for Tooma was not granted, owing to the fact of insufficient notice being given of intention to apply for such. A fresh application will consequently be made. A meeting of the Hospital Committee was held at the plobe Hotel on Wednesday afternoon, when the following were present: Messrs. W. H. Riissel (in the ohair), Th...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

Dyspepsia. ABAOT^EOF^SUFFERING. An 'Eight Years' Permanent Cure. Hie Case of ^r. F. BROWM. (BY OUJR REPORTER.) ■ The serious student and the o&siial reader alike will find much to' interest them in tho s I 'joined statements, which were made by :<Mr. Frederick-> Brown, .of Henley-streot, .North liotany. . '• ICveu wlion: quite a young man," said Mr. Brown, "I was a grout sull'erer from indigestion ; and ninny- of1 the residents of Bolvmy, .Avhcre • I have: lived for , the past '••eleven years,' know tliatit'wasnoc-throiigh carol.-ssness. or inattention on my part that. I could not, got rid of -my wretched com-, plaint,- for - I tried ■ nearly all tho modioines; in t thcveountrjv besides taking those; prescribed for uio by doctors. . Had I .neglected; to trcat.niy di-ordcrs. liite some people do, I ■would only have lmd myself to blame,- but as.I made so many-attempts to get well £ thought' it; was very hard lilies indeed that 1 could get nothing to do me good." ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

SPORTING. + THE TURF. The Murrumbidgee Turf Club's winter race meeting eventuated on Wednesday. Results:—Trial Stakes— Instructor 1, Ruenot 2, Lucky Jim 8. Hurdle Race—The Mite 1, Lorna 2, Starlock 3. Winter Handicap— Smokedrift 1, La Moor 2, Rose 3. Flying Handicap—Lucky Jim 1, Ruenot 2, Irrawaddy 3. High Weight Handicap—Quail Gun 1, Denbies 2, Dawn 3. Quail Gun, who won the High Weight Handicap, is owned by Mr. " Jim " Whitehead of Tumbarumba, j and boasts of an Upper Murray pedigree, being by Mana (son of Musket) from Hebe, by Buzz. Well backed in the Trial Stakes, she was never prominent, but in the race she won she spreadeagled the field, and won as she liked. Toonga, who was recently sold- by Mr. Alfred Mate to a patron of P- J\x=req-\ Gough's stable at Randwick, was one of the runners in the Hurdle Race at Moonee Valley (Vic) on'Wednesday, but he came to grief during the running, a fate which also overtook Orlando, the Tasmanian crack hurdler. The race was won by Hidalgo.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

Tyi? ICiiiLAiiNEY Hotel, Gijtaiore, under entirely; new management.—;! H. J. Lbe,Proprietor* It Wir.b Not Do to fool with a had ookl. No one oanffeH what the bncl will bo. Pneumonia, catarrh, ehronie;bronefiitis and consumption invariably result from a neglected cold. - As a medicine for the; cure oC colds, coughs and influenza,'nothing can compare with Chamberlain's-' Cough -Remedy.>It«i»l\x=req-\ .wayii ourea and curcB.quickly. 5 EEABCE A' Don't makp ^ ! GEOHGE JACKSON'S Tailoring Establishment i<5 between Pi'i Lees': Surgery aud Cv'Puseibw'B.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

FOOTBALL. Balmain's first-grade team are desirous of visiting Gundagai on Saturday, July 11, and meeting the South-Western Union team. At a meeting of the South-western branch of the Rugby Football Union held at Adelong on Wednesday permission was asked by the Adelong F.C. to play against Humula (a nonaffiliated club) for the Cheney Gup. As the matter was one to be dealt with by the head Union in Sydney, the local braach decided to recommend the granting of the application. Mr. J. J. Sullivan was appointed referee at the Adelong—Gundagai Barton Cap competition match to be played tomorrow afternoon. A match took place on the Adelong Recreation Ground on the afternoon of Saturday last between teams representing Golden Gully and Won dalga, and resulted in a win for the former by 9 points to 4. The visitors were three men short and were obliged to fill the vacancies with local junior players. The visitors held their own for the first half, but in the latter part of the game they were in...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES Messrs. S. F. Wilkinson & Co. report having held another very successful sale of cattle at the Commercial sale yards, Tumufc, on Saturday 1m.-k, when they yarded about 40 head of mixed cattle, and the lot, with the ex ception of 5 workers, were disposed of at auction. Bidding was fairly brisk, and prices ruled about the same as\x=req-\ previous sales, The prices naliz'vl were For 2iyr. heifers (springing),, £3 19s ; 2iyr. store heifers, from £ !■ 18s to £8 16s; 2iyr. steers (stores),. £3 12s ; store cows, aged and ooor. to £313s ; good weaiier heifers £2 10s; good weaner steers, £2 16s. Messrs. Wilkinson & Walker reporf; having yarded about GOhd of cattle at the Commercial yards on Saturday last, nearly all of which they disposed of. 120hd that were to come from Wee Jasper were not yarded, the owner wiring at the last minute that he eould not get them in. The market was not as brisk as it has been of. late, nearly all lines selling at pr...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER XVIII. STARTLING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

CHAPTER XVIII. STARTLING EVIDENCE. On. the second day of the trial the gloomy . Court-room was, impossible, ■ even more crowded than on the opening day. A rumour had got about that sensational evidence might be ex: pected when the witnesses for the defence were called, though whence the rumour emanated none could tell. The result was that public curiosity was inflamed still more, and the javelin-men found it difficult, even with" the aid of the country police, to . keep the corridors free from the pressure of the crowd. The examination and cross-examinations of the witnesses for the : prosecution were finished, and then ! Hugh!s counsel rose to begin what some considered his almost hopeless task of unravelling this tangled mass of suggestion and coincidence. '•A deep hush fell upon all as he be\x=req-\ gan'to Bpeak, and it was admitted by everyone that the prisoner had a very able advocate. ;He reminded the jury that where a human life was at stake, mere presumptive evidence should ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUCHRE TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

EUCHRE TOURNEY. A progressive euchre tournament took place in the Literary Institute, Adelong, on Wednesday night last, and proved to be quite an inuovation to the various tournaments held on previous occasions. The? auspices under which the ganaea •were arranged created a, deal of amusement and excitement amongst the competitors. Out of the twenty games that were played, P. O'Keefe was the most successful, having Lo games to his credit, Miss T. Ritchie and H. Bellamy being next with 12 each. Miss PerkiQS, who won the last euchre tour^a^ient:, was 'booby' on this occaaioft.. Messrs* Green, Heafchw a,nd Matcher carried out the 9,rvai,ngements, The results o# the pjiay were as, follows;—P. O-'Eeefe 18, games, Mias Ritchie 12, H- Bellamy 12, Miss K. McNamara 11, MiaaP. Perkins 11, E. E. Prowse 11, H. Blakeney 9, W. White, J. Knight, Miss R. Thornton, W. Ton\x=req-\ kin and D. Green 8, J. Beaver and Mrs. 0. Baker 7, J. Corbett* J, J. Hiney, A. Smith Miss N. Thornton 6, Perkins 5 (booby)...

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 — 30 June 1903

Farm and Station. Ballot papers in connection with the Pastures Protection Board, sent through the post, must reach the Returning Officer at Gundagai not later than 4 p.m. to-morrow. A number of sheep belonging to Roche Bros., of Lysterfield Estate, broke away from a mob being un\x=req-\ trucked at Coolamon, and getting on the railway line were run into by a stock train on Thursday morning. Abovt 30 were killed. At the final meeting of the Hay Pastures and Stock Protection Board, it was decided to co-operate with the Murrurundi Board, in urging that power be given to the Pastures Protection Board to enforce the Dog Act; that the chairman should be be elected by the Board, and not appointed by the Minister ; that all officers appointed by the Minister should be paid by the Government, and that no assessment be made until after the conference in Sydney. rlhe delegate was instructed to oppose the payment of 20 per cent, of the revenue to the Government annually. l'he annual report ot t...

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. THE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

THE DEEPDENE : :: MYSTERY 'CHAPTER XVII.—Continued. the trial, ,_H; He had succeededj vby'a simple, yet. ' masterly move,*in instilling -a vague feeling of distrust in tho minds of-the jury -against .the prosecution. It seemed • as' though the latter knew . something wftich'* they were desirous of hiding. This was not really the ':Case,pbut Hugh's counsel had gained ■ilhisspoint by, causing; the ; jury ..to be:: ' come suspicious. Indeed, one jurj'mau went so far as to make a request that Philip : Langton should :.;be called • and 'asked ■ what businoss he had. at 'DouJton's ! Buildings-on the day. invquestion. ; He had, accordingjto: the detective, stated that Leech was a perfect -stranger to 'him: <Inview;off the'fact that Silas Leech's office had . been visited by some, unknown person immediately; prior to the detective's appearance, ■ it * was desirable . that.'Mr; -Langton should tell them who ' it. was he had been to see iu the Buildings. ■ . ■■■ ' : ■ •Hugh's.couns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

\\o love the dear old Union Jack. Wo .love Iho ' Motherland. Our help Bho, will .not over lack, But by her sidelwo'll stand; In_ peace or .War,- :.\vliat: it /may -bp> w i1^ co"ld* e'el' bo 1 ni «rUlld 0Ul' health frbm'colds.so free wt Woods' Gi}e.u'.P£W'ekjiimt Oojuj.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

BICYCLE SPORTS AT Gil A AMSTOWN Wednesday, July X, X903. — 0:0 OFFICIALS: Patron: S. Treweek, Esq. President: J. Hair, Esq. • Committee: Messrs J, Tophan, Beatty, Dolphin, Kelly, Morrison, Foley, Thornely, Contessa, F. Tophan, Creagh,. Jackson, Moon, Graham and Gorman. Starter: Mr. R. Jackson. Timekeeper :< Mr. J. Tophan. Lap Scorer: Mr. J. Hair. Judges: Messrs. S. Treweek & D. Dolphin. , : Clerk of Track : Mr. J. Beatty. Hon. Sec. : Mr. D. Kelly. First Event to Start at 12 noon. PROGRAMME. Open Handicap, -£3, 1 mile. 1st prize £2, 2nd prize ,£1. Nom. 2s, acc.-ls. Grahamstown Wheel Race, 2 miles. 1st £S, 2nd £2, 3rd trophy. Nom. 5s, acc. 3s. LoGal Handicap, 1 mile, 1st Ml and trophy. Post entry Is. Farewell Handicap, 1 mile. 1st ,£2, 2nd 10s. Nom. and acc. 2s. Nominations to be in the hands of the Secretary by JUNE 20, 1903. Acceptances close June 29. The last three years' performances to accompany nominations Homan's Band in attendance. Admission to Ground : Adul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

IJust arrived per S. S- SARPEDON ON SHOW. ,A Magnificent Range of Seasonable ■^Dress Materials^\x=req-\ in all the Latest olourings. Zibelines, 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 JACKETS & COSTUMES. :o: —— QUE FANCY DEPARTMENT is now replete with all -WfflE LATEST NOVELTIES.^— INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. e!les~t gfs BEGS 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 a ol the very latest WINTER GOODS And Ladies can now be assured of the correct style in UP-TO-DATE MILLINEKY at SYDNEY PRICES. I 'have also to hand and opening the newest in SKIRTS, JACKETS, U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STBEET, ADELONG. W.W.I. LYTTLETON, . SUBGEON DENTIST ' [ni:aisTj:iii:n], TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of cho c and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CA&ES MADE UP. E. DEAB, Aerated Watei AND fVrdial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELON'4 .^pifcE . UN.D^E.RS I G NED prepared to PIJEOHASE,IfOR'cASH" MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &G., In Large or Small Quantities, ■nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at BOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES~HUDSON, Tamut. Norwich and London Accident Insurance Asso* ciation. Established 1856\x=req-\ pAin-ui' Tjatxx,il .. .. . • £100,000 Uncalled CAra'AL .. .. £100,000 Accomodated Fundus Exceed .. £200,000 '.Total Snemim- ran Policy . Holdeiis Exceeds .. .. £400,000 Chief...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

wiwv *a a cough? 4 effort to expel the muous Crom the bronchial tubes. A cold causes a more abundant secretion of'mucus, and when tho lungs and bronchial tubes uro iplUvmod, they are extremely , ftormitiyp to tho , Irritation. Unlona ottt'o 1h taken, tho oold may result in pneumonia, which is swift and deadly. If tho oold is a5 lingering one, the more leisurely, but equally fatal consumption may sot in.' Do .not neglect a cold or eouuh. Take Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy. It always oures and ourea quickly. PEAliOE &LONG Bell it,

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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

ADELONG It is stated that one of the bank notes in the iron safe at the Gunda- gai railway station, when it was blown up and the contents stolen, passed through the Adelong branch of the Bank of New South Wales last week. Miss Elsie Lander and her com- pany of theatricals performed to a moderate house in the Oddfellows' Hall on Saturday night. Miss Lander was suffering from a severe cold and therefore was somewhat handicapped, though her acting showed a finished style in whatever role she took. She was ably assisted by Mr. Leslie Holmes as the principals in the pieces acted. Carmo's juggling was greatly appreciated, some of his feats being particularly clever. Miss Adelina Palmer and Miss Gallagher contributed songs during the even- ing. Pedestrians are reminded that nominations for the A.A. and S.A Handicap and Hurdle race in connection with the Adelong Athletic and Sports Association's initial meeting, to be held on. July 15, close on Saturday night next. At a general meeting of m...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

"^pfye ^pumaf aAdtfocafe.' TUESDAY, JUNE 80, 1903. GENERAL. 'Thel'TuMUT Advocate is available for delivery,by,all country mails- leaving Tumut on the day of publication. • Exceedingly heavy frosts are being experienced at Kiandra, and thick ice is seriously hampering dredging operations. On Saturday last Mr. B Clayton sold by auction the grazing right of the Tumut Racecourse for 12 months. After some .spirited bidding, it was knocked down to Mr. Geo. Danvers, jr., for the sum of £92. The last week has been a particularly cold one in Tumut—clear bright sunny days, and " Jack Frost with his " beard of icicles " in full charge at night. Farmers and others have been making the most of the fine weather, consequently the town has been unusually quiet. A deal of land has been put under oats this year, and many are still sowing. The road on the route Tumut to Kiandra is in a very impassable condition between Messrs. 1?. Bourke and T. Sullivan's,' and bogging there is the order of the day. O...

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Weddings. KELL—HARGREAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

Weddings. KELL—HARGREAVE.     In reporting the wedding of Mr. James Kell fco Miss Mary Hargreave in the. last issue of the " Express"   we promised to furnish a list of of wedding presents. They were as follows-:— Mr. and Mrs. J. Hargreaves, silver basket. Mr. H. F. Hargreaves, silver butter dish and jam spoon. Mr. James Hargreaves, silver-mounted     biscuit barrel. Mr. John R. Hargreaves, carving set. Mr. Mervyn L. Hargreaves, silver-mounted pickle jar. Misses Ida and Stella Hargreaves, pair serviette rings. Master Harold Hargreaves, jam spoon. Misses Jessie and Lilian Kell, gilded water jug Miss Eva Kell, silver butter knife and table mats. Masters S. Kell and Roland Day, pair of gilded-tumblers. Mr. W. and Miss Lily Hargreaves, pair of glass flower baskets. Mr. W. C. Hargreaves, butter dish set in silver. Messrs. Richd. and Bertie Hargreaves, cut glass cruet set in silver. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hargreaves, clock (cathedr...

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Hospital Crusade. LADIES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 30 June 1903

Hospital Crusade. LADIES MEETING. The many sympathisers and sup- porters of the Hospital Crusade met at Mrs. Eyles', " Westgrove," on Wed- nesday afternoon, Mesdames Eyles Brown, Molineaux, Lees, A. Curtis Aiken, W. Smith, McLaughlin, Men- love, and Misses Curtis (2), Lyttleton, F. Merryful, B. Witts, McGlynn, and Allen being present. On the motion of Mesdames Eyles and Brown, Mrs. Menlove was unanimously appointed ball secretary, with power to nominate her own assistance to carry out all the arrangements in connection with the ball. The house-to-house collectors were appointed as follows:—Misses Curtis and Lyttleton Tumut street; Misses McGlynn and Allen, the Church-hill, side of the town; Misses Bertha Witts and JTajiny Mprryful, frqm head of Tumut street to Cornishtown ; Misses Perkins and Curtis, Gadara; Misses Andrews and Murphy, Grahamsfcown and Shepardstown; Miss Cottam, Bago ; Miss Crain, Mt. Adrah ; Miss A. Purcell, Wondalga ; Mrs. Prowse, Nacky ; Mrs. C. Passlow, Camp stre...

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