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

TENNIS. A very enjoyable tennis match eventuated on Saturday between , players from the Gadara' and Merri\x=req-\ i vale clubs on the former's court, which was recently repaired and is now in a splendid state for an exhibition of good tennis; in fact, the players from the visiting club spoke in high terms of rpraise of the excellent manner in which the court had been kept. The game was commenced at 11 o'clock. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all players, and was very exciting towards the finish on account , of the closeness of the scores. Gadara won by two games. The visiting players, as well as a large number of spectators, wore regaled twice during the day, the refreshments being provided by the lady members of the Gadara club. The scores were as follows (Gadara being named first):— Mixed Doubles. First round.—Miss B, Tonking and H. Tonking v. Miss Ehlers and W. Ritchie, 6—3; Miss Howe and M. Connors v. Miss Bellamy and J. C. Humphreys, 6 -1; Miss M. Whatman and T. Whatman v. Miss Tr...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

ADELONG. The inquest on the body of Patrick Monagban was resumed by the Coroner (Mr. A.. W. Molineaux, J.P.) at Jackson's Hotel, Grahamstown, on ■ Friday. Evidence was given by Dr.,. . W. M. Lyttleton'; (Governmentf Medical Officer) as to the':naturo:of. the injuries, also by Constable .Plunnett, Arthur Healy (a mate of deceased), and Hootes (who had known deceased for / 8/1 years). J. Nate, Manager of the Gibraltar Mines,\x=req-\ gave evidence to the" effect that deceased hacl received no authority-to remove stone from the particular vicinity of the accident, also that no authority had been given to anyone to break stone on any part of the lease/ Ho (Ml-. Nate) considered that the fall of earth was probably, caused by the vibration consequent on' napping' the stone. J. Maloney, Underground Manager of the Gibraltar Mines, was of opinion' that the fall of earth was caused through the excessive rainin July. It was estimated that some 200 tons of earth fell, 100 tons being under deceas...

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 — 1 September 1903

Whilst riding through Wynyard\x=req-\ street yesterday afternoon Master Jack, son of Mrs. R. Downing, of the Star Hotel, had a rather rough experience. His horse taking fright, at a Traction engine passing' through the street, started to.play up, and a good exhibition of horsemanship was displayed till the animal reared and fell over. Luckily the young lad escaped /without injury. A SPRING MEDICINE. Chamberlain'8 Stomuoh and Liver Tablets have no superior as a spring medicine. Taken twice a day after meals, they renovate the system and bring about a condition of the body to be desired. They clear the complexion and are of great value to any person, from infancy to old age. "Just What You Need." Price Is fid, and, for - sale - by PEA.HCE & LONG, Adolong. • JAMES TREAC?, Market Gardener, Grahamstown. For.., Tomato Plants, every .variety, late and early'; Cabbage Plants, St. John's Day, Sue-\x=req-\ csssion, and Bucjpees,*

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

For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. ;ls fid Nora mi.wtk.should,be lost when n, child shows'" nyniptonis of croup. Chiunborliiin's Cough ItemeJy given us toju us the child becomes hoarse, or evon after the croupy cough appears, will prevent tho attack. It never fails, and is pleasant and safe to- take. Foy sale by PEACE & J^O^Kf

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 — 1 September 1903

Farm and Station* At (i conference of ? co-operative dairy factory- iliroctois hold ; at: Coga Hast weelv'it-wasdebuloilj after considerable (lisciteaioii. to'./acriVygo a combined''ex\x=req-\ port aol'ieine wboreb.y the'w'holo of the buiter u> bo exported during the forthcoming season by tho factories ropre sontod shall go thr >ugli nno channel. Each compauy wi.l &oud tivo delegatus to Bega otv, September" 15, with power ,to definitely decide through which exporting firm tho business shall 'go. In tlio meantime the various coui\x=req-\ pariiies-will receive export schemes for consideration. A report has been recoivod by the i 'Minister for Mines and Agriculture from Mr. Lance, the Commercial Agent for New South Wales in London. He had just inspectod 1721 crates of New South Wales rabbits nt the Birmingham (Jold Store.". They were new soasou's goods, aud, in his opinion the rabbits show a mrirked improvement ; the method of packing is correct, and tho weights are quite...

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

Woods' Groat Peppermint. Core, for Coughs and Colds neverfnile.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. TUMUT v. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

FOOTBALL. TUMUT v. WAGGA. The local footballers played their final match of the reason against Wagga on Saturday last, resulting in a decided win for them by 6 points to nil.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CHAPTER XXIII. SORROW AND PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

CHAPTER XXIII. SORKOW AND PHIDE. Muriel ForteBcue was sitting alone in . t,lie private room of the quiet West-end hotel and which she and her father were staying during their brief stay in London. The chamber-maid had just brought her up her afternoon tea, and as Muriel sipped it she stared into the glowing fire in a sad reverie. She had on the previous evening heard some gossiping scandal-mongers coupling the names of Hugh Trevor and Lady Sybil Marchmont in a manner that there was no mistaking, and using terms that left nothing to the imagination. The girl's sensitive and poor nature was shocked and troubled by what she had thus accidentally overheard, and although, under ordinary circum-; stances, she would have scorned to have given the words a second thought, she was' now bound to admit to herself that there seemed some foundation for the rumour. She1 had, its we know, seen Hugh and Lady Marchmont together, and this very morning she had heard from; bor father that ho had come up...

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

SPOKTING, v TURF NOTES BY LE GRAND. in introducing myseiivwr.vo wra: writer cm this journal, I would liko to' impress on those who care to peruse mv notes from time to time that I •have m dosire to poso as a " tipster," for I .ini ton far away from head quarters for that object ; so will endeavour, from <a long knowledge of the ..game and being a constant observer of all things pertaining to equine doings, to keep my readers up t,o date with the latest information of candidates engaged in various important events in the Commonwealth. Beiing in touch both directly and indirectly with some of the leading stables in this and adjoining States, I will be in a position to give the .public items in t,ho sporting lino which, I trust; being written with all duo care to details,1 will prove both instructive, profitable and interesting. The prospects of horses engaged to run at the approaching A.J.O. Rand wick Meeting I will discuss fully next week; and latiii' on will, from time to...

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

DANGER IN A COLD. Attack It at the Start. Tna C«M of Mr. P. i. HOMMN. (BY A SYDNEY BKPOBTXB.) Without going far afield onr reporter | lately - came into contaot "with a very practical matter in which we are all i in- j ■ tcrcsted. It ia commented upon by Mr. Patrick John H< rgan, of No. 7 Norman-1 street, Darlinghurst, who for the paat: twenty-nix years has lived within a stone's throw of his present address. "You wero living iu 'this locality when you experienced a great misfortune, I am : told," queried the newspaperman. " That is a fact, " was Mr. Horgan's-brisk ; ireply. "It is several years since I was i taken ill'through catching a severe cold one day, and it is really marvellous what a deil'of trouble sometimes results , from a simple cause. A nasty lmekini{ cough came and shook my system tcrrildy, besides keeping me awake when'I ought' to: have been resting. The upshot of it was that I lost all my vitality and never felt disposed to attend to my business as in .fo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 September 1903

MARRIAGE ROCHE—ANDREWS—At, the residence of the bride's parents, on the 26th inst, by the Rev Father Sharkey, Edward fourth son of Mrs L Loche, of Adelong, to Sarah G, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas F M Andrews, of Teddington Farm,   Adelong Creek (and grand-daughter of the late G Andrews, Bank Manager, Adelaide, and grand-daughter of the late Captain Geo Martin, of Richmond, Hobart, Tasmania) ?

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

Wedding. ROCHE—ANDREWS. A very pretty wedding was solemnized, on the 26th ult at Toddington Farm, Adelong Creek, the residence of the1 bride's parents, the Rev Father Sharkey officiating, when he united , in holy wedlock Edward, fourth son of Mrs. L. Roche, of Adelong, to Sarah, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews of Teddington. Soon after the ceremony the guests sat down to a sumptuous breakfast, the chair being taken by the Rev. Father Sharkey, the vice chair by Mr. J. Andrews. As usual at such functions, a number of very nice speeches were made, but as time was short, they had to be restricted to enable the bridal party to catch the train at Gundagai. The bride and bridegroom left   amidst showers of rice, " old boots " and good wishes, escorted by a cavalcade of buggies containing the relatives and friends of the happy couple. At the wedding the bride was attired in white French muslin, the skirt prettily trimmed with flounces, edged with Valenciennes lace ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

Winter samples .now Jn; jail .the:,1«test' styles and .patterns-to-'choose' from. Suits from £3 3s, at Gbobob Jackson's, Tailor, next to Dr! LeeB'Surgery, Adeiong. . For Children's Hacking CougK at night, ; Wood's Grea Peppermint Cure. Is (id. HOWN . CLERK OF KUMABA, N.55., CUBED OF SCIATICA. ; George Robert lludkin, 'i'q\yn Clerk, Kuni\x=req-\ ara,N.2i.,.stiys: " I have great pleasure in stating that, having used Chamberlain's Pain-Balm in a very severe attack of sciatica,', iI fountl;'iinmediate relief. Had before tried manyv other embrooations for the same purpose, but; found this the most efficacious. Several of niy frienda who have been afflicted• -svith rheumatism have on my advise'tried , Chamberlain's, Pain; Balm .with equally.goodi results. I confidently recommend it to those in need of a good household liniment'or em-1 brocation. For sale by PEABOE & LONG' ADELO M.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

TENUIS A very enjoyable 'Veturn match was played on August 29, between the Mt. Adrah and Crtfenbaiik clubs;'oh' the latter's court; , The game was commenced, at .^1 io'cloek. It. was, thoroughly' enjoyed by' all. players,; Greenbank winning by 65 games. The players, as wolj.,. as a large number of visitors, partook , of refreshments twice during the day. The players were as follows:—Lit. Adrah—Misses Crain, D. Crain,. ,L. Grain, Dunn, Messrs. Eolfe, L. Maxworthy, I. Crain, G. Crain. Greenbank—Misses Sandon, Craig, E. Selman, Mrs. G. Prowse, Messrs. J. Craig, E. M. Prowse, B. Craig and B. Prowse. Total scores: Mt. Adrah 54 games,' Greenbank 119. An accident, which at firs t sight appeared to be serious, befel the occupants of a sulkjr oq Sunday afternoon. Mr. T. Baiter,'accomipamed by his wife and infant and her sister, was driving along the Blowerihg road, and when nearing a1 culvert opposite Mr. F. Thomas' killing yards the horse suddenly swerved causing the sulky to lurch and thro...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

^ 'MINING I3allard and pa^tyy from Greenbanlf, are orusbing. a parcel of - stone at the Reefer. .Battery. ' ; ' _ ; , • T. Frost's application for gi, 10, -8 aores, ph. Adjunbilly, co. Buccleuch, •has boon approved. J. Richards' application for gl 7, 3 acres,; ph.; Gilmore, ,co. Wynyard,,.has been revokod. : Geokqe Jackson's Chesterfields made to order are a speoial feature in the new lines for winter we»r,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Home and Foreign LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

Home ana Foreign London, Monday. By a great fire at Trayuik, Bosnia, "600 houses, 7 mosques, and one synagogue were destroyed. There were a number of facilities, whilst 3000 people are homeless. A big fire at Capetown destroyed several big business premises. The damage is estimated at £100,000. The Pope is desirous of appointing Cardinal Moran to the position of.. Papal Secretary of. State, ,b.ut fthe latter's liberal views, are -an objection. The Macedonian committee are appealing?-to all . nations for two million sterling; in order to raise an army of fifty thousand men to establish, order. • ,x. . •

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

football. To conclude the .season's football a team 'from the South-Western Union visited Wagga on last Saturday week. The match was witnessed by a good number of spectators. Had it been, played on a Wednesday- ^'larger number ' would urldbubfedlyT 'have been present. -.The teams werfe : -South\x=req-\ Western Union—T. Luff, R. Carberry, , G. Goodsell," G. .Wilkinson, J. Joyce, T. Piper, J. Beaver, R.Sullivan, H. Whywiirh, G. Poster, 'A. ©enson, H. McAifflter, W. Luff, T. Callnn and A. Smith'; -Wagga—E. Angel, W. Archer, W. Willis, Brown, Robertson, Mclnnes, Galvin, Best, Curling, McNeil, Thompson, Sheehan, Hogan, .Rogers, Macauley. Sullivan set the ball rolling ; Archer returned it out of bounds. After a few^tninutes' play ? Why burn secured a lft6ky try; ythe; locals knocking'back. " Wagga pressed: for awhile, ahd on ;one'occasion succeeded in crossing the visitor's line, the result of a bad kick'by Wilkinson. At half-time the visitors were leading; by three points; to nil; after/...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

SPORTING. TURP. NOTES BY LE. GRAND. The sensatianal Derby colt Emir has not ;yet resumed;-work, and although Scobie reports'him as quite sound and on the improve, he is merely pottering about. Mr. E. Clarke, his owner, states, as regards the colt going on with his engagements, that he intends leaving that responsibility entirely to his trainer. L. Hewitt, the crack New Zealand: jockey, who rides for Mr. Stead, had a couple of unsuccessful rides at Tattersall's meeting, ;but got his mounts into'second plaice, showing he must have quickly regained form after his. recent severe accident, which occurred thus wise : Hewitt, who by\x=req-\ the-way is a Tod Sloaner,. was interested in the working of a-large ;steam hammer, when a piece of white hot metal, flying off at a tangent,' struck him on the leg, burning the flesh and penetrating to the bone. So serious was the injury that at one time amputation was thought of, but fortunately the operation was avoided, and Hewitt now suffers no inco...

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 — 8 September 1903

OAVGED BY Nervous Shock. Cured. The Cue of W[r». E. PHILLIPS. (bt a itdnbt rbpoxxir.) The consideration we are held in ia owing to the effect which .our pergonal qualities have ou others, for if these be great and exalted they will assuredly excito admiration. Usefulness to those in our proximity will always command esteem, especially if the service rendered is similar to that whioh Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips speaks of in an interview which took. place at her residence at 71 Engine-street, Haymarket. "Through falling off a horse which bolted whilst I was riding it," said Mrs. Phillips, "I sustained concussion of the brain. When picked up I waB unconscious, of course, and was taken to the nearest house, where my condition was found to be so serious thut I could not be taken home for a week. The doctor's advice was carried into effect, but still there was no sign of my health mending. I wits so frightfully weak and shaken that I was.-, almost as helpless as a child, and my mind was so up...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

Fire Brigade. ' On Friday night last the members of the newly organised Fire Brigade met at O'Brien's Hall. There were about 20 present, and Mr. Jno. Weeden (Mayor) occupied the chair. Moved by Mr. N. Emaduel, seconded by Mr. S. Grovrs, " That Messrs. J. Weeden, A. Smith, J. Cooper, J. Lees, A. Dye, F. Myers, M. Cruise, H. Whyburn, B. Whyburn, R. Walker, P. J. Sheahan, W. A. Heins, F. L. Weeden, F. Woodall, N. Emanuel, jr., N. Emanuel, sr., M. S. Downing and Thos. Baker be elected as first members of the Fire Brigade in Tumut."—Carried. Moved by Mr. F. Weeden, seconded by Mr. A. Dye, " That Mr. J.. Lees be elected Captain.''—Carried. Moved by Mr. J. Lees, seconded by Mr. J. Cooper, " That Mr. A. Dye bo appointed first Lieutenant."—Car\x=req-\ ried. Moved by Mr. Myers, seconded by Mr. Dye, " That Mr. Smith be appointed ; second Lieutenant."—Car ried. Moved by Mr. Dye, seconded by Mr. Smith, " That Mr. J. Winch be appointed apparatus officer."—Car\x=req-\ ried. Moved by Mr. Dye, secon...

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