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Adelong Literary Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

Adelong Literary Institute. The annual general meeting of members was held at the Institute on Friday night last. The Rev J. K, Turner (president) occupied the chair, and theve were only a moderate attendance of members. The minutes of last annual meeting were read and confirmed. An apology for non-attendance was received from Mrs. T. W. Witts The President gave a verbal address and spoke of the work being done since he was elected to the position of president, and said the year's work was good and he felt proud of it. He specially eulogised the hon secretary (Mr. W. D. Heather) for the courageous and splendid services rendered. He also spoke highly of the caretaker, Miss Nerney, and referred to the capability of the librarian (Mrs. Men\x=req-\ love), the Treasurer (Mr. Aiken), and other members of the committe. The Secretary's report was then read, and, on the motion of Messr. E. J. Eyles and W. G. Harvey, was received and adopted. The Treasurer's balance sheet, dr.ly audited, was ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

THE BALL. The ball at night was one of the most successful ever held here, about thirty couples being present. The sombreness of the hall was relieved by boughs of kurrajong and other evergreen trees. The principal musicians were Mr3. J. Whittaker and Mr. McAlister (piano), Mr. Cadzow (violin), and Mr. Has3ett (concertina). The duties of M.C. were carried out by Mr. Maxworthy in his usual able and efficient manner, The catering was in the able hands of Mrs. Connolly, of Adelong, and was carried out in first-class style, considering the many disadvantages she had to contend with. She and her assitants had a busy time attending the wants of their patrons. Dancing was kept up until the grey dawn warned the merry crowd it was time to prepare for more serious occupations. Several songs were sung during (£,q night, which served to give the dancers breathing time &,hd added much to the general ^j0yment, and, behqld, tho nigh* was gone, with much pleasure to those present, and Blofe...

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 July 1903

Gundagai Pastures Protection Board SECRETARYSHIP. NOTICE is hereby given that all APPLICATIONS from PERSONS desirous of fulfilling the duties of SECRETARY to the above Board, at a salary of £75 per annum, must, forward such applications on or before 6 p.m., AUGUST 12, •1908; and addressed to . ■'!. The Chairman of the Gundagai Pastures Protection Board, Gundagai." By order, ROBERT 0R0KER, Secretary pro. tem., Gundagai, 16/7/1908. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT ADELONG The pure bred Draught Stallion, VIKING-. YIKING is well-known in these districts " Paddy." He was bred by Mr. Webb, of Wagra, and is one of the best workers ever known in the district. He has proved himself a sure foal getter. VIKING- is eight years old, colour dappled grey, and stands 17 hands 2 inches high, being a well-shaped horse all over, and has the best .feet a horse could possess. He comes from a very fashionable strain on both sides, and is sound in every respect. VIKING'S sire is Norman King. Norman King is by Sir ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Wood's Great Peppermint .Cure. " is 6d Chambjsulain'h Cougii eumedy is intended - especially lor coughs, colds, croup; whooping cough and influenza. It has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the .civilized world. The most flattering testimonials . have been received, giving accounts of its good works; of the aggravating, and persistent coughs it has cured; of severe colds that have j iclded promptly to its soothing effects, and of the dangerous attacks of croup it has cured, ofteu saving the life of the child. The extensive use of it for whooping oough, has shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous results. It is especially 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 oures quiokly PEABCE & LONG sell it. George Jackson's Chesterfields made o order are a speoial feature in the new liavb' oi' \vintev wear,

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Batlow. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

Batlow. I fCoNTKIBTJTED.l There is some jubilation here over. Lacmalac being picked for the federal' Capital. The selection -WiUvbe the means of wiping out a lot of -widemouthed people who have been booming Gadara and iterating re-iterating the beauties of that desolate Claypanl: If the Commissioners did'nt hspppen to be of an enquiring turn of mind; Tumut would have been out of it altogether. The blatant idiots who picked on Gadara very nearly spoilt the show. No doubt /they will now feel small enough to crawl -back into the holes they came out, if not some of us will have to borrow that "plank" that your contemporary seems to own, and give the Gadara barrackers a ride round on it. I am thinking of starting a penny subscription to erect a monument of Gadara clay to the bursted boomsters. Those wishing to assist, and; not able to provide the coin, might contribute a blob of mud. It seems to me that the most satisfactory part of this business is that nobody is going to be glorified, ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

Farm and Station. * Entries close on August for the Wagga Wagga Show, to bo held on August 18 and 19. A large number of Riverina selectors are agitating for an amendment' of the land, law, allowing them to> convert the homestead selections, now held under perpetual conditional purchases, which convey the right of ultimate conversion into freefeblds. Temora Farmers' U>;iion has agreed that provision shoi^dbe inserted in the Land Bill so t.I^t land-holders in any district have a right to elect two m££iiOers to the land board.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXI. THE GBEEN-EYED MONSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

CHAPTER XXI. THE GBEEN-EYED MONSTER. It had been a terrible ordeal for Lady Marchmont, and the strain •upon her nervous system was such ' that for some time after she recovered from her faint she was quite hysterical. Hugh Trevor recommended a glass of champagne, but she shook her head. "If you could get me a cup of I tea," she said, " I believe that would do me more good than anything else. I am quite a woman in my liking for tea, you know, although no doubt Mr. •Langton regards me more in the light of a sorceress." " I shall never doubt your powers again," said Hugh. She smiled faintly. " Have I converted you at last ?" she said. "It is worth having gone through what I have, to achieve that. But I am not disposed much i for conversation just now. If you will get me the tea " " It shall be here as soon as the housekeeper can make some." It happened that the housekeeper had boiling water ready, and it was not long before the tea made its appearance. " It is delicious," said Lady Mar...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XX.—CON[?] IN THE [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

MYSTERy. IN tfJBfis itttr . "Assuredly" t Jwoed upon hir :jS' <i£!!0Si ^erC0 r jady Marchmont W®-^oa:r.;, a with a sudden, ^estate. "You ate iiavft r° -annot help being aware, anr? ..re so recently from Deep\x=req-\ i the slanderous reports that ; ■ been circulated about Mr. Trevor • • i myself. .; ,NoHv, we are determined ■ : .o firid ont who originated them." "Thave heard something of the rumours you refer to," said Langton, ' controlling his voice with an effort; < " but I'fairfcb'.see how I can be of any assistance to you." , ; " You can be, nevertheless," replied Lady Marchmont. "I will be candid with you, Mr. Langton. We suspect you to be the originator of (those slanders. He turned livid, and for a few moments was unable to reply to the accusation. At length, having suc\x=req-\ *■' ceeded in working himself up into a ■ fit of passion, he stammered -' Out——; " This is beyond all reason, Lady •Marchmont. It is intolerable that I ^should be brought to—to—th...

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 July 1903

Another Liver MAKES LIFE A MISERY. A Perfect Cure. The Case of Mr. J. EQAN. (BY A SPECIAL REPORTER). A conscientious guide will alwaystak« the shortest way, and save many a weari-1 ■ somo and perilous wandering to those who share his company. So it is with 'Mr.,' James Egan, of No. 9, Elliott's Terrace, Springvale, Botany, who said to a reporter: " I would like to publicly state to my neighbours what I went through whilst living at Goulburn several years back, and I am sure I can warn them of many anarti- - fioial rock that had formerly led me to the brink of destruction." '' You will bo rendering a good service," interrupted the writer. "I think so," pursued Mr. Egan. " You see, I suffered for nearly six years with my liver, but that was not for the want of taking physic, as 1 was continually doctoring myself with something,. and when I found I could make no headway against my complaint I consulted a doctor, from whom I got another kind of medicine; but it was of no benefit. The sa...

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

iFor Ohronio Chest Complaints,. ^Woods'Great Feppe«aint.Qure. Is 64

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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 28 July 1903

TUMBARUMBA. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Frosty weather was prevailed during this past week and there is no likelihood of a fall of rain. The abundant water supply is the means of a vast area of land being stripped bum ao the Union Jack and Burra sluicing claims. Quite a commotion was caused to-day at the local Lands Office when 28 applications were made for at area of 475 acres of C.P. and O.L. land in the parish of Mate, County of Selwyn, on the Oberne holding, and having a frontage to Tarcutta Creek. The coveted land was originally a reserve, and has recently been thrown open for selection. As the applications were conflicting, the priority of right and date of ballot will be considered at the next Land Board sitting at Tumbarumba, about three months hence. A quiet wedding took place on Satur- day, 18th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, at Taradale, when Miss Ada Adelaide Adams was united in matrimony with Mr. Arthur Samuel Clemson, of Tarcutta. Two young men pleade...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

uwa—IB.JIIUHAJipiM HAVE LOCK DARK OR AROMATIC HIGHEST QUALITY MANUFACTURED. FINEST SELECTED AMERICAN LEAF. ] TOBACCO This is not a Bad Way \i Vs BUT ■ WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at BEDTIME Is an Absolute Preventive and Cure for GOLDS & INFLUENZA. LOOK OUT! "SOUR CHIMNEY'S AFIRE. NO t'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 as dirty have it swept at once ere the winter sets in. (2_JAS. SMITH,3 CHIMNEY SWEEP, ADELONG. "Tumut Advocate" AND "FARMERS & SETTLERS' ADVISER," A I' AVeekly JotLrqcil (Published:on .Tuesdays), Bates for Advertisements on application. All literary matter or letters should be addressed to the Editor. Business communications §fcoulcl be addressed- to A. AVIT.KIK WAk'SON, (Sole Proprietor), To Stand this Season at "PARK-LEY," HILLA.S' CREEK, The Black Trotting Stallion, HUON JUNIOR. HUON JUNIOR is a black horse, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Tor OSronghial fSQUghB tftke "Wood'H Groat i^eppe.'wint Purp. JsOl}\x=req-\ ^ ; GeokgkJackson's : Chesterfields made to order'are a Hpecial feature in the new liueu Ivv winter wear,

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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

TUMBARUMBA. (From Our Own Corresnondont.V The footballers held their annual ball last niiht, in Byrne's Hall. Somewhere about 28 couples were present and a very enjoyable time was spent. Mr. R. Donaldson faithfully carried out the duties of M.C., whilst Messrs. 'Garter (piano) and Wolfe (violin) pupplied excellent music, Mr. Joseph iDopaldson supplying several " extras "on the piano. The' local footballers visited Humula on Saturday and suffered a severe defeat in their return match against the home club. It is hardly fair to say " local footballers," for I am informed that there were actually only four local players, and the remainder were members of the Wobeley Park team. The contract for additions and repairs to the local post and telegraph office has beeiucpmpleted and is now ready.for inspection. A number of allotments of land be\x=req-\ longirig'to'tho '"Mathews estate were submitted to .auction by Mr. S. F. .Ramsay at the Union Hotel yesterday. Only;aifew realised the reserve...

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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday. A young man named Herbert Gillice has been arrested at Murrumburrah charged with shooting at hia shep\x=req-\ father with intent to murder. In connection with the Federal election scandal, ten Government supporters had their electorates materially altered by Mr. Houston's redistribution. Sir John See is certain there is no political move in the Federal redistribution, and thinks Sir William Lyne is doing the best thing for the country. A Bill to amend the Old Age Pensions Act will be introduced this week , in the Assembly. The President of the Farmers and Settlers' Association urges the esta- j blishment of branches in every elector- i ate, also a Parliamentary Party in the I the farming interests. "'ho Government Statistician is preparing a detailed statement, with the object of showing that since the advent of Federation an additional million pounds has been invested in buildings and machinery in this State. Maize, prime river, 8/8, other 8/7, inferior 3...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Woods' Great Peppermint (Jure, , for Conglis'arifl Colds never falls, si.i GJ ..CiiAMBEULAis's Pain»]J.vi.m ' is> ore of' tlic. best-: anil most ■ effective Uiniments on the, :markets for cure, of; sprains,^bruises and" rhennifttic pains. ''This is the universal vcr-J diet of (ill who Uiavci .trietl it. -:For sale by 1>EA1?CE& LONG, Adeloyg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

PnfcPAitu Foit Cnom1.—Tlia timewnstcd in sending for a phisican when a child, shows symptoms of the.cjwip, often, leads to: fatal results. A reliablasiiie'clicine and one that should always bo'.kppibin tho homo rcadv for immediate use..- ',is riGhamberlaln's Cough Rpmedy. It never fails and will prevent the attack if giyenias soon:las the ohild becomes hoarse, or Sven after the oroupy cough appears.. For isnle by PBAEOE & LONG, ADELONG.

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

THEDEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXI.—continued, the green-eyed monster. I have -promised to call on a friend who has rooms in Craven-, street," said Hugh. " Will you come Tin my cab, I can set yon down at the 'Hotel Victoria on the way ?" ":I don't think we had better be seen too much together," she replied. It will give maliciouspersons wmore opportunity for talking scandal. If you set me down at the corner of Northumberland Avenue, I can easily walk the remainder of the distance." Hugh admitted the wisdom of this .arrangement, and ringing for the housekeeper, he told her to send for a hansom. ¥ * * Just about this time, Barbara Steele and Muriel Fortescue were walking together along the Chelsea Embankment, and had arrived nearly opposite the house in which Hugh Trevor and Julian Linley bad their studio. Barbara had called upon Muriel, and, as Colonel Fortescue was to dine with some friends at his club, had persuaded her to accompany her for a walk. : Muriel assented without thinking ...

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 — 18 August 1903

The ailments that arise from chills, As coughs and colds and other ills, In winter months are prevalent most, Caused by wet, cold winds, and frost. A mother's troubles then begin; .The children cough, grow pale and thin. The thoughtful parent will be sure To give them Woods' Gbeat Pewekiiint Cube. Don't make a mistake! GEORGE JACKSON'S Tailoring Establishment is between Dr. Lees' Surgery and C. Passlow's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

. TO STAND THIS SEASON • At E. Falder's, Nacka Nacka (4 miles from Adelong), The Thoroughbred Blood Stallion, NEPTUNE. NEPTUNE is ft bright bay, 16 hands high, shows plenty of bone and musale, has a splendid temper, und is 9 years old. NEPTUNE'S sire is Lord Wilton, by Countryman (imp.) from Instep, by Lord Clifton from Sandal, by Stockwell ; Lord Clifton by Newminater. His dam is Wild Wave, by Tidal Wave from Omah, by Cnlebran (imp.) from Mr. Martin's dam ; Tidal Wave is by Tim Whiffler (imp). After serving 50 mares last season, NEPTUNE won the Second Hurdle Eace at l'umut last March. TERMS : £3 8s, reduction made for two or more mares belonging to the same owner. Splendid paddocks, plenty of grass and water. All care taken of mares sent to Neptune, but no responsibility incurred. Mares must be removed and paid for by December 31, 1903. THOS. CROWE, Nacka Nacka., Notice in Terms of Section 9 of the Gold and Mineral Dredging Act, 1899. NOTICE is hereby given that I, the Warden of th...

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