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

Farmers and Settlers in Conference. Delegates from the numerous branches of: the:Fiirmers and Settlors' Association, .coininoneed the annual conference at N.'.rauilera on Tuesday. The JqoaI branch was represented by Ml-. J. S. O'Sullivan, the energetic secretary. The -following n.otions have boon-agreed to - " Tbat Lite holders of homestead selections and seUloniont leases bo permitted to convert portions or the whole of their J rases into c.ps. and c.ls., such portions not to exceed in each case an area sufficient for the selector to maintain his home; and that a condition of perpetual residence be attached in the terms of a resolution previously approved by the association." " That this conference if strongly opposed to the extension of expired pastoral lenses, occupation liconses, or preferential occupation licenses, as proposed in section 17 of the Amending Act." " That this conference disapproves of section 11 of the amending bill., as it does not afford the necessary relief to...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6C1. SEVERE COUGH CUBED BY CAMBER\x=req-\ LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. Mr. Chailes-E. Dee, Havelock, N,Z., says " I beg to be allowed to add my testimony to the excellent qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My child was attacked with ft severe cough, which entirely disappeared after using one bottle of. this splendid medicine. For sale by PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. ■; TO STAND THIS SEASON —At Adelong Crossing— The Thoroughbred Stallion, TIREUR. TIREUR is a dark bay with black points, and stands 15 hands 2 inches high. He is by Nordenfelt. dam Florence Macarthy, by Macaroni (son of Sweetmeat^, her dam Lady Morgan (dam of Ruperra), by Thonnanby, out of Morgan La Fayne, by Cowl—Miama, by Venison—Diversion, by Defence—Folly, by Middleton—Little Folly, by Highland Fling—Harriet, by Volunteer— Magnolia, by Marskc— Babraham—Sed\x=req-\ bury—Edbony, by Childers. Imported to Canterbury by Mr. G. G. Stead in 1882. TIREUR is also a h...

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

SPOKTINGk THE TURF. Duntnore is to be given a spell. He is said to have hurt himself whilst running in the Hurdle Race at Rose\x=req-\ hill recently. After running unplaced in the Arkaringa Hurdle Race at Caulfield, Sir Joseph (by Sir Oliver—Pinafore) was sold to Mr. S. Miller for £75. The Pilgrim's Progress mare, Felicitous, died on Saturday week. She wrenched herself whilst galloping at Randwick, and shortly afterwards expired. Some few months back the Sydney trainer, Frank M'Grath, gave 800 guineas for her.

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What We Eat and Drink. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

What We Eafc and Drink. At no,period in the history of Australasian trade has the need of stringent legislation for the suppression of adulteration, in New South Wales ^specially, been more urgent than at present. We have very little safeguard in New South Wales in the way of systematic inspection, analysis, and prosecution. 'Infringement of manufacturers' rights with respect to proprietary lines have to be combated by •traders. Perhaps one of the most brazen systems of trade deception practised is that of the sale of liquors over the bar. There are hotels where, though recognised standard lines of liquors are displayed, both on the counter and in the fixtures, the labels on the bottles and the manufacturers'name blown in the glass wofully belie the contents. The writer has during the past few weeks-taken the opportunity to visit certain houses, and to mark bottles placed upon the counter purporting to contain leading brands of whisky, brandy, or schnapps. Although those behind the ...

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

Tumut Turf Club. BAILWAY^HOSPJTAL MEETING, TO UK HELD ON Monday and Tuesday, OCTOBER 12 AND 18, 1908. Under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor'and Suite. PROGRAMME. FIHST DAY. 1st race, to start at 2 o'clock, p.ni. THE OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, for ■! all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding £10; distance, 4 furlongs. 2nd race, to start at 2.45 p.m. 1THE FIRST HURDLE RACE, of £25, the second horse to receive £5 from the prize. About 2 miles and a distance, over 8 hurdles 3 feet 3 inches high. Nomination, 10s, to be in the secretary's hands by 9 p.m. on the 18th day of September, 1903. Weights . declared .. i. on 23rd day of September. Balance of entrance, 15s, on night of general entry, : Ootober 10, at i) p.m. The winner of any handicap hurdle race, ;after ■■■ the ■ declaration of weights, to carry a penalty of Slbs; of two or more such races, 101'os extra. 3rd race, to start at 3J.10. ' t THE RAILWAY HANDICAP, of. £30, the second horse to receive £5 f...

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

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Meohanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. I|. Macquarie ffrassall, JSitrgwm JjWtiisi, TUMUT'. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGtrA WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of oho a and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CA~SES MADE UP. E. DEAK. Aerated Watei Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELON« ^* ' JIHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &c>, In Large or Small Quantities, ad will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES~HTJDSON, Tumut. Norwich and London Accident Insurance Association, Established 1856- - Paid-up Capital £100,000 Uncalled Capital .. . • £100,000 Accumulated Funds Exceed .. , £200,000 Total Security for Polio* Holders Exceeds .. .. £400,00...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

" fpfye (purnut aAd\?0<;ate." TUESDAY, AUGUSIM8, 1903. CtENEHAL. Sir John Bee (Premier) arid Mr. W. P. Crick (Minister for Lands) will be amongst tho railway-opening visit tors. If not interfering with their Melbourne engagements, some of Mr. Crick's horses wili be performers at our rrace meeting. Mr. E. Donaldson, M.L.A, informs us that he has secured 50 cans of young trout and has arranged with Mr. Quodling to bring them by train from Gundagai to Tumut on the 29th inst. The streams in which the trout ate to be liberated have already been decided upon. Mr. B. Macquarie Hassall, surgeon and mechanical dentist, whose premises in Dr. Caspersonn's build' ings were destroyed by fire together with all his professional appliances and stock in trade, has re-openerl in Newman's old store, corner of Wyn\x=req-\ yard and Fitzroy-streets, and has fitted his surgery with first-class furniture and the latest style of appliances, surpassing infinitely the appearance of the interior of ...

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

It is acknowledged throughout ^ this State and Queensland that PALIftSS'3 STANDS a°d ORGANS have (slalilishetl themselves jr UNIVERSALLY as the Be si and Cheapest, and ^ their ^ POPULAR A Sysfm of Time Payments ^5^ comes within the reach of all. EVERY KNOWN MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Illustrated Catalogues Free. W, a, M1K5 4 CO, LTD., 0 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY.

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

Pastures Board. The second meeting of the Gundagai Pastures Board was held at the office, Gundagai, on Thursday last. All the directors were in attendance, viz., Directors Oliver (chairman), 0. 8. Byrne, W. Robinson, S. White, W. Glasscock, T. P. Arragou and G. OIoud. .: COnilBSl'ONDKNCK. The Lands Department wrote that poisoning, trapping, fumigating and destruction of harbors had been approved as a means to destroy rabbits. The Department notified having fixed the chairman's fee at 21s per sitting, and travelling allowances as made to directors ; directors to receive no fee, and only travelling allowances at the mte of Is per '.'mile one way',* when residing over five miles distant. The Board had, at its previous meeting, adopted a different scale. No action was taken in regard to the letter. The Department asked the Board to provide office accommodation required by the Inspector, and to arrange for nhe payment of same. Queaobeyan, Albury and Yass Boards notified their accordance ...

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

.Wood's Great Poppennint Core. ioH- Coughs and Cclds never fails- Is The Killabney Hotel* Gi more. under entirely new management.—* H. J.sLee, Proprietor. " Scaujs are always painful and1 frequently' quite serious, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm. is a; liniment especially suited for auoh in-juries. Ono application gives relief. Try it' PEACE & LONG sell it. ' You can always rely upon getting a perfect' fit combined with a. thoroughly, well-mailei "article, at Geo. , Jackson's, Tailor,, next "Divides.

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

The Killarnky Hotel, Gilmore under entirely new management.— H. J. Lee, Proprietor.* Nkolect .Always Dangerous.—To the average man it seems childish to doctor a cold, and unless it becomes particularly annoying to him,. little or no attention is given it. Often a cold contracted in tho winter is allowed to run until the opening of spring. " This is ;■ a; grave < iniatako,: as . even though tho warm weathov may bring rolief, the system thereby weakened'and rendered suseeptiblo to disease. A cold should never bo neglected,' .whether it bo a child or an adult who . is Valllicied, as health and often life is risked. 'A bottle of Chumuerlivip'^ Cough Remedy, costing but a small t\n>ounij will oriug speedy relief and all' dangerous consequences bp avoided For sale by PEA1<C£ & WXNG^ AGELONG For Qh^luyasv':; Ilneking: Cough at night, Wood'a Gren. Poppormint Cure. Is (id Economy is, the surest road to wealth but there is .nothing (.gained by neglecting a nou...

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

MINING Keenan, Allen and party tributers in the Challenger Gold Mine a,t Ade\x=req-\ long crushed 40 tons far a yield of 60ozs. of gold, The syndicate that has taken up Green's Reef at Lacmalac aDd put the Russel Creek battery on the property started crushing last week.

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

COMMERCIAL. Messrs. S. F. Wilkinson and Go. report having yarded 40 head of mixed cattle at the Commercial Sale Yards. Tumut, on Saturday last, and every hoof was sold at auction. The demand was better for all classes, and prices showed a slight improvement on late rates. The principal prices realised were as follows 8yr. steers, from £4 18s to £5 Is ; 18mos. heifers, from £2 8s to £8 lis ; springers, £5. 9s; l8mos. steers to £S 12s ; store cows,* £4 Is ; cow and calf, £5 7s; fat. cows from £6 4s to £7 12s. Two horses were sold, 1 at £4 Is and the other at £5 Is. Messrs. Wilkinson and "Walker report only a small yarding of cattle at the Commercial yards on Saturday last, nearly every beast being sold. The market in some instances showed a slight rise, noticeably for young: steers. Other sorts remained unchanged. They sold beefy bullocks, 4yr. old, at £7 ; steers rising 2yrs. old, £3 19s; steers, rising Syrs., £5. i After the stock sales they disposed of a lot of sundries aiad a larg...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers and Settlers' Association. TUMUT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Farmers and Settlers' Association. TUMUT I3BANCH. 'A ' meeting of tbe Fanners and Settlers' Association was held in the School of Arts on tbe 8 th insfc., .vhercat there was a fair sprinkling of members present. Mr. R. Rivers, V.P., presided. There was nocorrespondence to deal with. The matter of running mails from the Tumut end of the line with best ad\x=req-\ vangtage was discussed, and, on the motion of Messrs. 0'Sullivan and F. Tweedie, a sub-committee, consisting of Messrs. Byrne, Dear, and Groves, were appointed to draft a scheme for submission to our member (Mr. R, Donaldson and Sir Wm. Lyne, with a view to bring it into vogue. Mr. Donaldson said the matter of runnning mails Was under consideration, and offers were being solicited for the same from Tumut terminus to Tumut Post-office, ;Mt. Horeb to Ade\x=req-\ long, and Gundagai to Brungle, the said contracts to terminate after the end of the year, when it was hoped a perfect scheme would be adopted for the satisfactory carri...

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Ping-Pong Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Ping-Pong Tournament. Much interest and a deal of amusement was spent at the School of Arts on Wednesday and Thursday nights last on the eventuation of the above tournament. The winner i turned up in Mr. 0. Evershed, who played very consistently. The highest excitement prevailed throughout, and the participants enjoyed themselves immensely. Messrs. R. Donaldson, jr., J. C. McLean and R. Blakeney carried out arrangements. Following are the scores:— First round.—P. Madigan (5 on), beat J. G McLean (20 behind scr,), 41—7 ; Miss 0. Cruise (15 on), beat W, Lang (1Q on), 41—85 ; 0. Ever\x=req-\ shed (17 on), beat J. Gear (20 on), 41—86; H. G. Blakeney (15 behind), beat R. Donaldson (25 behind), 41—26 ; Miss I. Green (5 on), beat A.J. Newton (10 on), 41—29; H. Blakeney (25 behind), beat :P. 0. Harriss (15 behind), 41—24; Louis Walker (20 on), beat M. Madigan (17 on), 41—89; T. Flannery (15 behind), beat Miss R. Thornton (10 behind), 11—16. Socond round.—Evershed beat Flannery, !41—7 ; P. ?...

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

RIFLE-SHOOTING A handicap sweepstake, at 500yds., 10 shots, was competed in at the Range of the Tumut Civilian Kifle Club on Wednesday last by 11 members and resulted in P. Kinred (7pts. handicap) taking first place before W. T. Howitt (scr.). The scores are as follows:—W. T. Howitt (scr.) 48, W. Heins (scr.) 40, P. Ivinred (7) 49, H. Hoad (5) 34, D. McDonald (2) 42, H. Schnokel (scr.) 46, D. Donaldson (6) 27, H. Saxby (1) 48, G. Godfrey (scr.) 44, A. Adam (scr.) 88, P. Woodall (2) 43.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 18 August 1903

Farm and Station. Wool.—Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd., report:—A firm tone charactises the market, and we continue to put through a fair amount of business at full late rates. Transactions are practically confined to scoured wools, and the output of the local fellmongering establishments; but supplies from all quarters are on a very restricted scale. The trade is looking forward to the early arrivals of the new clip which are likely to meet with competition of a very keen. Our next auction will be held on August 20. j A land rush occurred at the Wagga Lands Office on Thursday, the atfc'ac- ] tion being an area of 1345 acres front- j ing Tarcutta Creek, near Lower Tar\x=req-\ cutta, wh'ch was made available for conditional purchase selection. Fifty\x=req-\ six applications were lodged, the deposits aggregating £4800. The applicants came from Tumut, Gundagai, Adelong, Batlow, Tarcutta, Wagga, and the surrounding districts. The Land Board will sit on September 7 for the'purp...

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

ADELONG. Tuu adults and children's ball held:on .Tuly 15, in aid of the Convent Building Fund. rosulted in a nett profit of £70. This handsome surplus is mainly due to the exertions of the Rev. Father Sharkey who disposed of £50 worth of tickets, and to the secretaries (Messrs. G. T. John and 13. Whelan) and members of the committee who did everything in their power not only to make the functions successful, but to induce sympathisers with the worthy cause to purchase tickets. The escort from Tumbarumba, bringing down the gold won by the Union Jack Gold Mining Coys, at their last clean up, carried 400oz of gold, which was lodged at the Bank of New South Wales. After soven days line, frosty weather light rain started on Saturday evening and 20 points were registered at the post-office. The adjourned public meeting in connection with the annual election of the Progress Committee, takes place to-night. The formation of tbe proposed Association agreed upon at the meeting of the 4th inst...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 25 August 1903

TARCUTTA. /(From Our- Own Correspondent.), Ocu "di'strict" looks splendid. Luxurious grasN everywhere; and everybody prophesying the best spring for yearf. .,Tbu"Riii;l>y:football match between Wagga and the South-W.ostern Union team at Wagga" on Saturday, 29th. inst,, ik cii.iisi"ug'ja;lot of interesfcin Wagga. It is three years since'a game of Rugby has been played in Wagga, and' a' big1' crowd''s sure to witness" the' ' forthcoming match. Wagga i has a fine ground enclosed with an eight, feet iron fence, consequently only those-inside havo a view of the .game. The " South-wests " are sure to win ceasily, but they are bonnd to have an enjoyable trip. Mr. W. T. Archer, met'with a severe accident last week. While engaged felling a tree, the axe slipped, making a wound H inches long just near the shin, reaching the bone and severing an artery. As the flow of blood could not be stopped, he sought a doctor's aid in Wagga, where he reached, after the wound had been bleeding continuou...

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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXII.—CONTINUED. THE SNABES OF THE WICKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 25 August 1903

THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXII.—Continues. THE SNABES OF THE WICKED. 1 Phillip Langton.Md the dazed feeling of a man who is just1 recovering from a prolonged debauch—and he was no stranger to that sensation—as he returned to the rooms, which he always kept on, in a quiet street in' the west of of London. • V It was. not until he had taken a stiff brandy-and-soda that he began to feel something like his usual self. Then, when his brain was somewhat clearer, he threw himself into an easy chair by the fire, and passed in review before his mind all the incidents of that terrible evening. The . result of his reflections was feeling of savage anger against Hugh and Lady Marchmont, and a fierce desire for vengeance. . That was the feeling at first. But presently there crept into his being a vague, shuddering fear. " By what accursed witchcraft," he asked himself, " had Lady Marchmont compelled him to do as she willed ? What strange power did she possess, that he, a strong man, had been...

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