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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXII. —CONTINUED. THE SNARES OF THE WICKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

thtbeepdene "mystery. chapter xxii. —continued. ' r::' THE SNARES OF THE WICKED. ,l£I am "with you hand and glove,"; exclaimed Philip, throwing off all re-; • serve now. " Of course, as you are in loye with Hugh Trevor, you will not want him to come to any 'harm." " Certainly not," Now Langton's hatred for Hugh was almost as intense as his love for Muriel, and he was not at all disposed' to forego his chance of wreaking ven\x=req-\ . geance on him. Of course uo part him from Muriel woiild be to score one triumph, but Philip 'wanted a fuller measure of vengeance than that. However, that might come afterwards, and in the meantime, in order to secure so valuable an ally as Miss Steele promised to be, he would pretend—to her—that, ao long as he. secured Mr.riel, he cared little about Hugh. ' " Let .me but make Muriel my ■'■wife," he said,-"and I ask no more. 'But you- mentioned that you had already made a breach between them. In what way ? Have tbey quarrelled ?" " Better than that. I h...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Tumiit Turf Clttb. " / TO BE HELD ON Monday and Tuesday, / OCTOBER 12 AND 13, 1908. Under the ..patronage of His Excellency the Governor aud' Suite. PROGRAMME. ' 'FIRST DAY. 1st.race, to start at 2 o'clock, p.m.. THE OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, for all horses that have never won an ad-, vertiged prize exceeding £10; distance, A furlongs. , 2n<jl race, to start at 2.45 p.m. THE 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. v Nomination, 10s, to be in the secretary's hands by 0 p.m. on;the 18th day of September, 1903. 'Weights declared on28rddayof September. Balance of ■ entrance ,15s, on night of general entry, October 10, at 9 p.m. The winner of any handicap hurdle race, after the declaration of weights, to carry a penalty of 51bs; of two or more such races, lOlbs: a. 3rd raoe, to start at 3.30. THE RAILWAY HANDICAP, of £30, the second horse to receive £5 from the priz...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

£1 Reward. .T,;OST, from Batlow, .BLACK J_i branded Ctt ovev two sides of a triangle. The ubove reward on delivery to It. R. TIMMIS, pv' W. -SKEEBS, Batlow. Q A CAKRINGTON-ST., Wynyard Square,, 4U , Sydney. - Superior . Accommodation, every convenience. . Moderate terms. Bil-' .•iiardB,.Telephone.

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Farm and Garden Notes. FOR SEPTEMBER. THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Farm and Garden Notes. For September. THE FARM. The wheat crops should be well harrowed. Maize land • that has been stocked should be ploughed without delay, otherwise it will be hard and crusty. . Deep cultivation the first time 'iiaB the advantage of enabling a quantity of ground being got over easier at the second ploughing, thereby ensuring a good seed bed. Potatoes.—Early rose, kidney • or Brownell's beauties should be planted > in small quantities for early use, the sowing of the main, crop being reserved until after the frost is over. Broom millet and sorghum should not be planted until the end of the month, but the land should be prepared the same as for maize. THE GARDEN. Beans.—French, or kidney are tender vegetables, and should not be sown until frosts are unlikely to occur. Beet.—Sow seed in drills about 18in. apart and lin. deep* cover with fine soil; thin out seedlings to 9in. anart. Carrots.— Sow a little seed from time to time and thin out the seedlings. Cabbage.—...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

BUT. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at BEDTIME Is an Absolute Preventive and Cure for GOLDS & INFLUENZA.

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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

u (pfye fpumuf ^dOocafe." .TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1908. GENERAL. The road; deviation on the Tumut side of the Gap is formed along the main slope, all the deepest cuttings now being completed. The grade will be an appreciable improvement on the steep pinches on the old road, being even all the way. Though the distance is somewhat increased in negotiating the Gap, a gre*t saving in haulage power will be effected, and carriers be enabled to bring larger loads up. It should not be long before the deviation is open for traffic. The Kate Howarde Company played a three night's season at the Odd\x=req-\ follows' Hall, to two small houses tho first two nights, bat a fair audience on Friday night when " The Christian " was produced for the first time in Tumut. The several parts were well allotted, the characterization admirably sustained, and all who failed to attend the performance missed one of the finest pieces that has been staged here and some of the best acting. The company fully bore out...

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 — 1 September 1903

,4most popular because it, is the best.' •''' M i Messvs.vPhilpotts•> Son, ^storekeepers, .Piofcon, N.Z., says : ".That-the best selling cough mixture in this, disirirt is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.' Every'one'likes it and speaks well"of,- its results' after, using it." For sale by pearce long, ADELONG. ,-Theuh is no'iianoeH'whatever from lockjaw or blooft' iioison' resulting from fa wound when Chamberlain's'Pairi'Balm is promptly applied. 'It is an antiseptic fthd,destroys; tbe germs which causes these diseases.' 'It also\x=req-\ causes' wounds,to ;healr^ without * maturation and in one-third . . .the- time ' required by 'the.usual ireatmeht.' .''Sold";by 'PEARCE & LOW. ADELONG- - /• Fruit trees arid ^rape; vipes of all varieties to be ^ad througjtioufc the season from JAMES TREAOY, .The Nursery, Grahamatown. Agent in Adelong : W. H. Powell,jr;** Orders received in the Tumut district at this. office.* . ■ You oan always rely npon getting a perfect ; -fit combined with a...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

MINING Mr. Welltnan, the new manager of the Argalong gold dredging venture, has arrived at the scene of operations and. is pushing abend with the completion of the pontoon and dredge. The company has been reconstructed and it is hoped that ere long the value of the ground to be worked will bo thoroughly tested. Dean, Roe & . Party had a trial crushing at the Reefer Rattery, Ade\x=req-\ long, from the recently-found reef at Wondalga, 8 tons yielding 17£oz of gold. This, considering it is surface stone, is looked upon as being veryen\x=req-\ couragiDg. Messrs. Cadzow and party, from Mt. Adrab,: crushed at the Reefer Battery, 17 tons. Gcwt of stone, which yielded 85oz Sdwfc. The Coroner (Mr. A. W. Moli\x=req-\ nottux) this mcrning received a telegram from Constalle McPh'illips, of Batlow, intimating that an old resident near Batlow named Patrick Brogan, had been found-dead in bis hut, death apparently having occurred about a month ago. The Coroner and Dr. Lyttleton (Government ...

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COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. " Measrs. Wilkinso# & Walker report having yarded 60. head-of cattle at-the Commercial Yards on Saturday last, and with the exception of one pen of six head of cows, every beast was sold , at satisfactory prices. The yarding enclosed a few very choice fats from Messrs. J. T. Galloway, Gilmore, and H. French, Brungle, and these created brisk competition. They quote.: Fat bullocks, light weight, nice quality, at £8 7s; fat cows, good weights, from £7 Is to £7 10s ; beefy bullocks, good sorts, at £7 2s 6d; fat cows, light weights, from £5 14s to £6 7s ; store bullocks, Syrs old, from £5 4s to £5 12s ; steers, 18mos old, at £2 10s : heifers, 2yra old, at £8 8s. They also report having sold privately on account of Mr. J. Sullivan, Westwood, 68 bullocks; on account of Mr. B,. M. Shelley, Turnut Plains, 120 fat wethers ; on account .of , Wi; Lynch, Kilimicat, 150 fat sheep; on account of Mr. G. W. Carter, Gilmore, 400 mixed sheep. Mr. C. S. Byrne,repo...

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Gaz^ttelNotices. , Proclamation of gold-field exten\x=req-\ sion.—County ol \Yynyard,, parish; of Bangus, area 0^! ncros. I'he Cro\v», lands within the boundaries of' measured portion t-£Q2( formerly part of No. 78): To bo,,called an extension of the Mt. A(in>K goldfield. Reversal of annulling of sale after auction of Crown lands.—Parish Jugi\x=req-\ ong, counfy Harden, portion 240, Francis Bonnetto purchaser. i Annnal lease forfeited.—No. 2(3,162, A. M. Moylan, parish Muttnma, county Hard an, area 770-acres. - - Annual leases granted.—Nos. 81,888 and 31,889, Wallace Albury Robinson, Kinio, parish - Dargals,; county Sehvyn, area 640 acres each, annual rent £4 each. Revocation of temporary reserves.—: Within the boundaries of Bangus holding, resumed area No. 877a. No. 568 from salo until surveyed for public camping and access to water, notified September 4, 1868, county of Wynjanl, parish of liangus, at the junction of Oak Creek with the Mur\x=req-\ rumbidgee river, containing 110...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

OUR OPEN COLUMN ' (To the Editor.) Sib,—The Sydney"Daily Telegraph" is again pursuing the tactics which, like its protege, Mr. George Reid, it i usually follows when it has a bad case or when'it is beating about on the lookout for an electioneering cry ; and the sulphurous, malignant, untruthful, and vile attacks that have been made upon me lately, in connection with the question of the sub-division of the Eastern States for the electoral purposes of the Commonwealth, have: been quite in accord with the practice referred'to. Let us see what there is' to complain about in my course of;, action,First, after the inauguration of the Commonwealth, the cleansing of the electoral rolls of the State of New South Wales, which had been left in a fearfully rotten condition by the Right Honourable gentleman, Mr. Reid, took place. A Commission of three, the chairman of which, if I remember aright, was Judge Murray, was appointed for the,purpose of subdividing the State into electorates for the H...

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Federal Capital Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Federal Capital Matters. In the House of Representatives on Thursday, Mr. Thompson (N.S.W.), asked when preliminaries in regard to the selection of the Federal Capital would be undertaken. Sir Edmund Barton replied that he would give notice of the resolutions as soon as possible, consistent with their careful preparation. -It must ; always be understood that a certain reasonable time must elapse after notice was given before the matter could be brought on, and that there were other matters now before Parliament with the course ot which he could not unduly interfere. He would reiterate his previous statement that he would give Parliament an opportunity this session of debating the question. At a meeting of the N. S. W; Federation League ■ last week, which was attended by Sir Edmund Barton, Sir William Manning, Mr. B. R. Wise and other prominent politicians, a resolution was carried that the Constitution should be respected, and that the Federal Capital should be selected without dela...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

: No OTjiRiuJSiMi«T? \viU'ljsV (i cut oi'bi'iiise I iso quickly as Chainberlain!s PainBtilni. >No ' other affords such prompt relief: from;' l'hei)\x=req-\ matio pains.'/ ;No other; is); so Valuable for deep seiitod; pains like lame back and j pains , aa,ilia,phest.;,r, Give, this liniment a trial and ficgotae ' aoquainte'd with its remarkable quailili##. and you will never, wish to be without iti jl3?oi!^leby PEARCE.& LONG'ADE 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Winter snmples ■ now in; all the latest styles and patterns to choose from. Suits from £3 3a, at Gkorgk Jamison's, Tailor, next to Dr. Lees' Surgery, Adelong. : Old Winter comes with chilly breath, Bringing sickness, sometimes death; Yet every family, praise the suints, ' May now be free from chest complaints.'' : At winter's cold and winter's ruin We can laugh with might and main, For we have the remedy, pure— W. E. Woods' Great Peppkbmint Cure. TOWN CLERK OF ; KU.MA1U, N.Z., CUBED OF SCIATICA. George Robert Budkin, Town Clerk,-iKum\x=req-\ ara, N.Z., says: "I have great pleasure in stating that, having used Chamberlain's Pain .Halm in a very severe attack of delation, I found imiuediiito relief. Had before tried many other embrocations for the same purpose, but found this the. most efficacious. Several of my friends who have been atliicterl with rheumatism have on my ^advise tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm with equally good results. I confidently recommend' it to those in need of a ...

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Original Poetry. THE OUTLAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

©ri|inal Poe-tr^. THE OUTLAW. " I'll lay you long odds, Jim, you can't sit the black. - '' On hiin no man'has yet kept his seat. He's strong and he's vicious, possesses the knack Of ahoisiing his riders real sweet. AIL hands on the ^station have given him best. ' He has broken our best rider's ueck. So Jim, if the old: un you're anxious to test, You might put a few beans in the spec." " I'll ride the black horse,:Boss; I'll ride him to-day, And I'll take all the odds you may give That-when I'm once mounted I'm mounted ' to stay ; . I've no fear.on his back I can't live; . While he stands on his feet I'll be still on: ; his back And I'll ride'him with stockwhip and spur, And take it 'from me I shall conquer the black; ; . Ere the night I'll have made him a cur." "He's up in the .yard, Jim; he's safe, in the crush; You can go now and .saddle him.np^-. ,. But, liold .hard, have a grog, your courage to Hush ; ., • • • If you're feeling, the need of a sup." " No grog I require,' Boss, my...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

£50 BEWARD. The Tumut Stock Stealing Prevention Association iFFER tliu above REWARD for informa \J tion that will , lead to the CONVICTION' bf any person ' or persons stealing stock, thi property of any of the Undermen\x=req-\ tioned members, viz.: — Taylor & Herlihy Sathl. Gordon F. Hallaron H. Sharp & Son Jno. Elliot < . . - Jas. MeCormock GJ W.jLast P. Geary Brennan Bros. J. M. Carberry J. d; CJ Denning Quilter Bros. T.^Sullivan jr. PrKiley T. Keefe O. J. Harris Geo. Clout jr. . tT.'P. Allsopp Jas. McGregor Kichd. Hiirgreaves H. F.4 Lampe''' - Henry Wilson Roche Arragon Jas. Kell sr. Adelong Jockey Club NOMINATION OF COMMITTEE SEASON 1903—4. IN accordance with Rule 12, NOMINA: TIONS of Persons desirous and eligible to become MEMBERS of the COMMITTEE of the above Club will be received by ibe Secretary up to 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1903. - RULE 12.—" No person shall be eligible to become a member of - the Committee un\x=req-\ less'(his-written co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttletoh, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST ,, [iiegistebed] , \ TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to: 5 Batt-. Aus. Com. Horse. I|. Macquafi^ ^assail, jfctrgnm TUMUT. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA. WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of oho <? and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CA~SES MADE UP K/DEAE. Aerated Watei ANI> • Cordial Manufacturei TUMUT & ADELONU JIHE UNDERS I.G NED prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, <fcc., &C't In Largo or Small'Quantities, nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at BOSS* COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES HUDSON, Tumut. Norwich and London Accident Insurance Asso* ciation. Established 1866\x=req-\ P. iiD-m1 GapitAi', .. .. . . £100,000 U KCALUst) Capitax. .. • • £100,000 At jcomolated Funds .Exceed .. £200,000 TcrrAi) Secubity...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

ESQaamQyuuMWwmjwiwMWPi We want to reach you ifvou require MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Any description. To that end we will forward, Port Free, our Catalogue of MUSICAL GOODS, ] } Paling's hold an -Bnoraotu Stoolc of PIANOS, ORGANS, and : ] Musical Instruments, i i i ) ( ) W. H. PALING & CO., Ltd., j j 388 Q«org« fitrMt, 8ydnsy. I) >86888888—888^880088888 I MR. G. T. BTJDD has been appointed AGENT"and LITERARY REPRESENTATIVE at ADELONG for tho liAdelon<r-and Turnut Express" and "Tumut Advocate," and is authorized to receive orders for advertisements, subscriptions and printing, and to receive monies owing. A. WILKiE WATSON, , Proprietor.

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Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Home and Foreign London, Monday. | The third race for the American Challenge Cup has been postponed till Monday, owing to a severe gale blowing. The Elgin War Commission report has caused intense indignation throughout England. Newspapers of all classes condemn the supineness of the Government. Some papers attribute Lord Kitchener's withdrawal from India to undertake the task of re-constructing the War Office. Turkish troops sent from AdrianopliS bo Uilayeit were completely defeated, the Turks fleeing towards Constantinople. Bulgaria mobilised reserve ^bat\x=req-\ talions of two frontier regiments. Turkish excesses in Macedonia are inflaming the population of Sofia and other centres.

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TELEGRAMS Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday. | Richard Jamea Joseph JKyan, ! formerly a prominent solicitor at Dubbo, was remanded to that town to-day on a charge of stealing a cheqhe of £400, the property of -Patrick Joyce and another. Bail was allowed in the sum of £400.' 1 Speaking at Melbourne on Saturday Sir Edmund Barton said it was not intended to apply the provisions, of the Federal Arbitration Bill to. State employees. He also, spoke strongly in favor of a preferential trade and encouragement of a spirit o£'union with the-Empire. It is understood that' many in-; fluential men in all the States intend to urge Sir Edmund Barton to accept "the* Chief Justiceship of the Commonwealth. A remarkable tnunderstorm raged all last night and this morning.tit Broken Hill. , A couple of heavy showers fell. A shocking accident occurred at Waimangu, New Zealand, by which two young ladies, named Nicholls and two men, named McNaughton and Warbeck, were killed. A geyser overflowed and suddenly burst into a tre...

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