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

Bed Light—Danger J We'd better 1 jk on When wo see suoh an ominons sigE : .■■■■' That peril's ahead, there isn't much, do ubfc Perhaps it's a slip on the line. j We feel just the same when we get & cough— ' J s Our.safety we haste to secure, By • buying the stuff that will soon shako it ' - i oft', Some Woods' Great Peppebmint Cukk."' • You can always rely, tipon getting a perfect' fit combined with a thoroughly well-made-' artiole, at Geo, Jackson's, Tailor, next Dr.'Lees. • ;MOST POPULAR BECAUSE IT IS THE! BEST. . .-MosBrs. Philpotts & Son, storekeepers,\x=req-\ Piotonj NiZ.j.-.says: ",Thai tho.best selling' cough mixture in .this, disirirt is Chamber-: Iain's Cough Remedy^ Every ouo likes it; and speaks woHof its results after usin#it."' For sale hy VBABCE & LONG, ADELONG. Tuhxk^ no it. whatever from lockjaw' i o? .ijjopd poison resulting from a wound : when, Chamberlain's Pain Balm to promptly applied. It is an antir>e3>tfo and' destroys tlie • • ge...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MSTERY. CHAPTER XXIII.—CONTINUED. SORROW AND PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

THEtDEEPDENE /-'MSTERY. CHAPTER' XXIII.—CoNTiistJEfl. SORROW AND MtlDE. To an'.ordinary man of the world, ! tho behaviour of: Hugh Trevor and Lady Marchmont would seem to .be almost; conclusive proof that there ■was some guilty bond between them, for, having regard to the stories of their relations to each other, it behoved them to be more than usually careful of their conduct. But an extraordinary conjunction of circumstances had been the cause of throwing them constantly, into each other's society during the past few days, added to which, their contempt for scandal-mongers and the persistency with which certain malicious persons . wilfully misconstrued their every net, deepened the cloud of suspicion that hung over them until it became so black and threatening that even their best friends feared that they would be overwhelmed in the storm that must follow. Muriel's sturdy faith in her lover had held good through 1 the many : trials: put"upon it,' but now, in' face of -whtttieemtta...

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

Owners of dogs are reminded that the time for registration is arriving. Forms may be had on application at this office, or from Mr. W. H. Bridle. An insufficient number of members of the Railway Demonstration Committee to form a quorum attending the meeting convened for yesterday afternoon, an adjournment was mad? till to-morrow afternoon, when it is looped a goad attendance will he present. It is a great pity to see interest flagging in a movement of so much importance to the maintenance of the prestige of the town and destined, as it is, to be the means of impressing distinguished and other visitors with the resources and beauties, of our district. For Bronohial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d No Other liniment will lieal a out or bruise so quickly as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. . No other affords suoh prompt relief from rheumatic pains. No other is so valuable for deep seated pains like lame ^ack and pains in the chest. Give this liniment a trial and beoomo acquainte...

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

GILMORE. (From Our Own Cotwspondent.)) With a view to augmenting the funds of the Gilmore Tennis Club, a very enjoyable dance was held at Mr. W. Butler's residence on Friday night. The room had been tastefully decorated for the occasion with a profusion of greenery. About 20 couples assembled and tripped the light fantastic till daylight. Everything that conduces to the success of such functions was in evidence—good music, supplied by Mr. B. Broom ; a capital. M.C., in tbe person of E. Broom; and choice edibles, lavishly provided by the lady members of. the tennis; club. It is to be regretted that at\x=req-\ functions of this kind a considerable amount of bashfulness is exhibited by the young men attending, making the* duties of the M.C. rather difficult of performance* The club, we hear, will receive a welcome addition to its funds.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

. A.SEEING,MEDJQINE. , | Chamberlain's Stomach aiid Liver Tablets have' no' superior as a • spring medicine.' •Taken'twice a day after meals, iheynrenovate the system and bring-about a condition of the. body to be desired. They clear the complexion and are of great value to tiny person, from infancy to old age. "Just What You Need." Price Is 6d, and' for sale by; PEABCE & LONG, Adelong. A Grand Concert in aid of the PIANO FUND will be given in the ODDFELLOWS HALL, ADELONG on Thursday and Friday, October 1 and 2. Part Songs, Glees, Maypoles, Club-swing: ing, Dumb-bell, Wand and Physical Drill, fSash and Flag Marches, Action Songs,' Songs' ;ln.Character, efec., by the School Pupils. Prices ," .... . •• 3s,.,2s & Is W. G. HARVEY, Principals • MHS. HAYES, Nurse and Midwife, SHEPARDSTOWN. Local References : Dr.G.LEES, Adelong. References for past ten years can be produced. ^articular care and attention bestowed on all bases. Terns Moderate,- i "BARCOO ROW' Crippled ft Ben...

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 — 8 September 1903

Farm and Station* Land has been resumed in the parish of Calafat for the construction of a reservoir for water supply in connection with the Guridagai to Tumut railway. An error occurred in our report of Dr. Mason's address on maize-growing. The reference to Mr. J. Claffey's yield of maize should have read " 400 bushels off four acres of land." Mr. Claffey informs us he garnered 90 bushels per acre off seven I acres from another variety of seed. Mr. Burn, the manager of the Rosebank Refrigerating Works, which have been leased to Mr. Siddall, of Paddington, for the purpose of chilling rabbits, informs us that he is communicating with a number of professional trappers, with the view of inducing them to come to this district and engage in the capture of bunny. The rabbits sent by train to Sydney last week were delivered in excellent condition for the export market. It is essential to the proper preparation of rabbits for export that special skill should be exercised in disembowelling t...

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

TELEG-KAMS. Colonial. Sydney. Tuesday. I ' Mr. "Waddell has asked the State Treasures to meet in conference and discuss the question of conversion of debts. Further heavy rain has fallen at Wilcannia, bringing the total for the past ten days up to 360 points. An Olo man named Wm. Parker, a prominent -witness in the Auburn tradgedy case, was brought up at the police court 10-day on an alleged charge of perjury in connection ■with that case. Accused was re\x=req-\ • manded till Thursday next. The breach of promise case, Yeo v. Fot, was resumed yesterday. The defendant admitted having improper relationship with plaintiff, but did not wish to say anything against her character. He absolutely denied having asked her to marry him. The jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for . £1800. .. An unknown woman walked into the baths at St :Kilda, Victoria, on Sunday and entered the dressing room; Sutsequenfcly her body was found floating in the water. She left a note to the effect that desponden...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Garden Notes. FOR SEPTEMBER. THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 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 has 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 sa,me as for maize. Transplant paspalum roots. . 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. apart. ; Carrots.—Sow a little seed from time to time and thin out t...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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NOTES BY "PEREGRINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

NOTES BY " PEREGRINE.": The drops in, our district are now. thoronghly established, and, after the recent splendid rains, farmers are jubulant at the prospects before them. Although it is somewhat premature at this time of the year to predict with any degree of accuracy what the final result will be, yet, under ordi;\CiVy weather conditions, we may \fc4ih eyery confidence look fccward to, a highly satisfactory harvest. One very qotjeeabie feature of the methods that; have been adopted in the planting of the grain is the comparatively large trea that has, been sown, with thei. driU- -This, certainly, is a sfcap in fch&right direction and has much to recommend it. Not only is the seed sown [at"a uniform depth, but a considerable saving is effected by the less quantity of seed required per acre when the drill is used. Again, by the use of the drill, in a few iuptunc^p, farmers havo been enabled to apply artificial manures to their land, and, as the system of manuring is somewha...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Bangus Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

Bangus Homestead Selections The Gundagai Land Board,(comprising Mr. Watt (chair), and Messrs. Mc, Inerney and Clarke (members) sat at i fcho courthouse on Tuesday, for the i purpose of dealing with the applica\x=req-\ ■ tions lodged for the Homestead Selec\x=req-\ ' tions at Bangus, county Wynyard. The land is situated near the village of Adelong Crossing, and comprises the following blocks :—Portion 206,97 acres, capital value £129 6s Sd ; 207, 102f- acres, £128 5s 9d; 209, 99 acres, ill^ 10s ; 208, 106f acres, £160 2s 6d; 210, 180J aores, £150 19s 3d; 211, 96£ acres, £128 6s 8d; 212, 8Of acres, £121 2s Gd; 218, 123& acres, £154 2s 6d. Mr. Fraser appeared for a dozen of the applicants. J. H. Andrews deposed that he had *md considerable experience in farming, "Wing helped to farm with his J v,hers between 500 and 600 acre3 at f!#'Jluttama. They wanted land, and through their repeated applications this land was thrown open. He and his brothers held machinery of the value of £...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

■+mvwm:u ill I'iMiyWl MEM & rV^h.. ■ %#■ & WOMEN JT is as ;good . for' women as . for men. Women oftfin times nec.l a vitalizing tonic. ).(.Wolfe's Schnapps has always •■'iv a^'finr thing for " tired" and : i !cnng;. women.: .'Wolfe's . • ■Setoapps. is an old honest all-round tonic\x=req-\ beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good ftpm. its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps ml TAKE NOTHING ELSE.

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

ADELONG. Mr. F. 0. Park, who has been exceedingly unwell for some time past, has considerably improved in health as the result of a few days' rest at Ade\x=req-\ long. The annual Methodist banquet and concert takes place in the Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow afternoon and evening The usual inviting and attractive board has been provided, and a first class concert programme drawn up. A magisterial inquiry was held by Mr. A. W. Molineaux, J.P., Coroner, at Wondalga on Friday, on the body of a Cninaman, who was found dead in his hut the day previous. Deceased, who was 64 years of - age, was named Ah Chim. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer, gave evidence that deceased died apparently from heart disease. There were no\x=req-\ I marks of violence on the body. A smart frost occurred on Friday morning, but on Friday night a splendid rain set in, 67 points being registered on Saturday morning by the •Post-office gauge. A splendid spring is assured. The public are invited to meet at the L...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

Tumut TutfiCiub., RAILAVAY-^HOSPITAL MEETING, TO HE HELD OK Monday and Tuesday, OCTOBER 12 AND 18,1908. 'Under the patronage of His Excel" '"^ency the Governor and: Suite. -PROGRAMME. :• FIW DAY. ,.1st race, to start at 2 o'clock, p.m. iTHE, OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, for all horses that have never won an ad\x=req-\ ,'j •: rvertised prize'exceeding £10; distance, " 4 furlongs. 2nd 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, < • ' over18 hurdles 3 feet '8 inches high. ' : '-Nomination, 10s, to be' in the . secretary's hands by 9 p.m. on the 18th day of September, 1903. Weights declared on 23rd day of 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 i o lbs ; of two or more such races, lOlbs a. 3rd race, to start at 3.30. " THE RAILWAY HANDICAP, o...

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

Medical* Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer: TUMUT-STEEET, ADELONG. W/W.M. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , . TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator: Sydney University Dental-School. Late regimental dentist to '5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. ■1§. Macquarie ^assail, j TUMUT. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYAJRD, WAGuAWAGGA HAH its stock n, large assortment oE.cho o - and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CASES MADE UP. Aerated Water AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELONM; fj\HE UN D E E S IG NE D prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &c., In Large or Small Quantities, &d -will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES HUDSON, Tumut. Noi%ie£i and London Accident Insurance Asso* elation. < .Established 1856\x=req-\ ■Eajj-TW Cawjjd;.. .. £100,000 UNCALLED ;(jAafTAL ... .. £100,000 ■AtCCVUVLATBDFvxiW'ExOBliD • • £200,000' Total Secdiuty l-'on Policy ■'...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farmers and Settlers' Association. TUMUT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

... V ^ Farmers and Settlers' Association. TUMUT BRANCH. 'JL'he regular monthly meeting of tho Farmers and Setters' Association was held at the School of Arts on Saturday last. There were present: Messrs. G. ;01out-'(chair), J. S. O'Sullivan. (secretary), J. McOormibk.R. Dear, C. S. Byrne, J. Tonking,i W. H. Bridle, S. Groves, R. Rivers jand F. Tweedio. Thd minutes 'of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Railway Conimis8ionr*3, stating that, with i reference to the grain shed asked for, they are not prepared to take the matter up for the the forthcoming sesson, but the question would be considered next year. Moved by Mr. Groves, seconded by Mr. O'Sullivan, '-' That this meeting express regret at the department re grain shed, and that the Commissioners "be asked to keep the matter in view."—Carried. The Chairman, then called upon 1 Mr. J. S. O'Sullivan to give au account of his doings as a delegate to the conference at ifarandora. Mr....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1903. GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 September 1903

' [pfye fpumui j^dtfocate.'' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908\x=req-\ ■ fiTniSTTTRA Ti ♦ The Methodists hold a tea-meeting in | theTemperanee Hall on the day.of the railway opening. | It will be known to-day whether or not Sir Edmund Barton has accepted | the Chief Justiceship of the Federal High Court. ■ ° | ' Women will not be able to vote before the next general elections. The work of distributing the rights to State electors will begin in October and should be completed some time during November. At the Maffra Federal Capital Conference held at Melbourne on Thursday, 60 municipal councils and 25 agricultural societies were represented. The object prompting the promoters of the scheme for retaining the Capital in Melbourne for 10 years were considerably modified. We are indebted to the Mayor (Mr. J. Weeden) for information concerning the rainfall, .This year, up to August 31, 2185 points of rain fell, 62 in January, 10 in February 426 in March, .575 in April, 209 in May, 823 inJune, 48...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

p.; A B D TIMEjjp SUFFERING. AnEtghtYears' Permanent Cure. Tile Case of^^ F. BBOWM. (BT OUR REPORTER.) | Theserious student and the uatul reader!:, alike will find miiph^o ii)tersst]tHem in th®; sw I 'joined xtatcmeuts, which' were made by*t Me. Frederick Brown, of Henley-street^ ■North ■ liotany. '• Even when quite a-.young man," aaid{ Mr. Brown, "I was a^great suffererfromj indigestion ; and many of the residents of; Botiuiy, where I have lived for the paat], elev en yours, know tlitft it was nob through! cai-ul>-Rsiiess or inatidntion ori.my.ipart that; I could not get rid of my wretched com-j: plaint, , for I tried nearly all the medieinest; in the1 country, hosides takiug,..those pre\x=req-\ scriliailfor mo by tlW&fqra." ' fHaa 1> neglected • to treat my disorder's, like some people do, I; would .only have had myself to blame, but} as I imule so many attempts to get well I;. thought it was very hard ljnbs indeed that;: I could.'gct nothing to do ine'good." " Your ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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A.J C SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

I A .T <1 RPRTNYT MTCTCTTOrt. Results of Saturday's racing :— -Hurdles.—Steel Rail, Liberty, Taman. ,Trial. -St. . Modaa, P.K., T.MS, Time,. 2.9J. ^ . 'Derby,-^Belah, S wee t IN ell, Du ke of Grafton, ' Time, 1'.89^. Epsom.—Famous, Faithful, Saida. Time, ,140. ,, , Spring Stakes.—Cruciform, Wabe\x=req-\ fnl, Postillion. Time, 2.87J. Kensington Stakes.—Kelp, Long Tom. Time, 1.20$, ; ^Monday's traces:— ... :Shorts-—Ceres, Weetah, Beneven\x=req-\ uto. Time, 1.18$. . Maiden.—Raburn, Carrageen, Obverse. Time, 2.86. .Metropolitan. — Marvel Loch, T;M.S., Ossian. Time, 2.85. Steeplechase.—Brokerage, Grafnell, Blackthorn. Time, 5.18$. New Stakes.—Belab, Jacobite, Obverse. Time, 2.11. ; Squatter's Handicap.—Bruntwood, !!Apsley, Benevenuto. .Time, 2.9,,

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CHAPTER XXIV. MRS. BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

CHAPTER XXIV. MRS. BARTON. Philip Langton had been very, much troubled in his mind at the loss of the letter which he had received during Barbara Steele's visit—the letter signed " Maud Barton." After a little search for it he cam4 to the conclusion that it must have been swept up by the servant, and either burnt or thrown away with other waste paper. " As long as none of my friends or acquaintances get hold of it," he thought, "it doesn't very : much matter. But I always like to make sure that documents of that nature are destroyed." Never for one instant did it enter his head that Barbara, his fellow\x=req-\ conspirator, had it in her possession. Had he been aware of the fact, and the manner in which she had . obtained . possession of the letter.,, he would probably have felt a little, more uneasy than he did. Toe writer Jjad stated tnat sne would call upon him that afternoon— that is, the afternoon of the day on which he received the letter ; but as a visit from this mysterious c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Oure. la Cd ^Fruifc' trees and grape vines of ;ial\x=req-\ varieties to be: throughout the Reason fromMAWES TREACY, The jNursery, Grahamstown. Agent ,in -Aldelons: W.H. Powell, jr. Orders received in the Tumut district at this office.* MQST POPULAR BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST. Messrs. Philpotts & Son, storekeepers, Picton, N;Z., says : " That: the be»t selling cough mixture in this distrirt is Chamberlain's' Cough' liemedy. Every one likes it and speaks well of its results after using it." For sale by PEABOE (Sr JjONG, ADELQNG.

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