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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXIII.—CONTINUED. SORROW AND PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

THE DEEPjlIENE MYSTERY- j —. chapter xxiii.—continued. .> SORROW AND PRIDE. ' This also was a pre-arranged^ plan, in which, however, Mr. .antl Mrs. Trefusis had had no hand. . , - Xangton was quiet, easy, polished, and, without in any way pressing his attentions upon Muriel, contrived to make himself agreeable: When the play ended, Mr. Trefusis suggested that, as a wind up to the evening, they should have supper at the Cafe Iioyal. Muriel, after a slight hesitation, Consented. She felt reckless. As Mr. and Mrs. Trefusis had dismissed their carriage, the party drove away in two cabs. Langton was in one with Muriel, and they started several moments before the other. The girl did not hear what direction her companion gave to the driver, but in about ten minutes they pulled up at the door of a brilliantly lit restaur ant. It was Macoroui's, a famous place for suppers, and a sufficiently correct establishment for a lady to go to properly chaperoned. But it was not considered the prope...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

OLLA PODRIDA. (By " The Man About Town.*') Thore's a ohiel amang yo takin' notes, And faith he'll prent 'em. , ; ;' The time is fast apprnabbinsHorViho i great Railway Opening- DeraonStra-.; tion, the people ara.impaf,iontly awaitr ing the dawuing of the day when the ceremony will take place, and to get a view of a veal live Governor, a Knight and his Lady, and a Lord Mayor and Mayoress. The "Man about Town"'.notions this impatience with a sang froid which ill-bciioraesa man in the country, and he forebodes disappointment to the madding crowd if it expects to cast eyes upon anything approaching a phenomenon when the distinguished ■ visitors arrive, because they are after all only flesh and biood like ourselves and probably will show less frill and put on a great deal less airs and graces than will be found permeating, the mein of some of our 'local' Society leaders. No ; Sir Harry Rawson is a plain-mannered, homely .man, and cosmopolitan experience teaches us that as a rule , plain-...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

£25 PIGEON MATCH. ON THE BA.CECOTJKSE, TUMUT. m Wednesday, Octbr. 14,1903 1st Prize, £20 - 2nd Prize, £3 3rd Prize, £2. Nomination, £1, received up to 10 a.m. on the day of match. Shooting starts 11 a.m. Two nominations and star allowed. Sydney Gun Club Bules strictly adhered to. Last three performances,required. Dr. H. W. Mason, handicapper. 700 Birds. Secured\x=req-\ E. J. MADDEN, Promoter, Tumut. I Government Advertisements .. Department of Lands,. Sydneyj September 2,1903.. THE attention of all persons interested is invited to the " Government Gazette " of the 29th ultimo in which appears a notification with respect to lands proposed to be resumed and of roads deemed to be unnecessary whioh are intended to be closed in connection with the proposed deviation in the road from Munderoo to Ouranee, parish\x=req-\ of Ouranee, County of Selwyn, Land Dis\x=req-\ of Tumbarumba. Lands mioposed to be Resumed , County of Selwyn, parish of Ouraneei area one acre, being part of portion 20 of...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

• GILMOKE, (From our own 0 irrespondont.) The disabilities under which the lessees of a portion of the Rosebank refrigerating works labour has been iSpocinlly thought under my noticeHn, connection with the despatch sf'con\x=req-\ signments of frozen rabbits by rail to the metropolis. By one train a week only, to wit, on Monday mornings, are they enabled to consign, and this means that they are compelled to do the greater part of the packing on Sunday, else, the time allowed on Monday morning being insufficient; to load up-the quantity on ! hand, thoy\x=req-\ must as a consequence retain a fairly large proportion of the rabbits already frozen in the room. The capacity of the room leased is limited, and therefore if a rush of trapped rabbits comes on, they are under a great , disadvantage in treating them. Two trains run weekly from Killarney (the Station, of delivery), but only by the Monday's trains do the consignments reach Gun\x=req-\ dagai to catch the through train to .Cootamund...

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 — 15 September 1903

Winter samples now'in;' all the. lai ;est styles and ^patterns to choose'from. :S:uit from £3 3s, at Gteomoe ,.jAs&soN'sr Tail lor 'next to Dr. Lees' Surgery, Adelong. ; rMPOUNDED' at ADIJLONG onthe 1! tth 1 day of-September,'1903, front Cftnet m\x=req-\ bank, by Mr. Jas. Prowse, BROWN MAB E, branded C near shoulder, < Cover hul'fid ia-; mond off shoulder, white hair on wither,« pi-' lar marked, near hind foot white, near, to nt foot shod, lame, broken down, full tail, aJab ut j 15 hands high,-aged. ■' * .. If ; not;released will be SOLD at this Pbum d, ;a,t i\opn,,9111 the 1st(ta^of PCT0BBli„,19)C '3. ..ELIZA. STEPHEN,, I , Poundkeaaw; _ (ATTENTION is directed to the uotiee'; in . A " Government Gazette \] of Augpait. 2 0i 1003, calling for OBJECTIONS to an.agj>| ,ligation by Mii! N. S. ;CUlUVAN,;for jjoruii s-. rsion to '-close"and .'pureiiit'so road,, garii 'lr' Ouranee. county Selwyn, separating gqetic >n 3 from portion ,13. Objection lodged, wil h'' .th...

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 — 15 September 1903

Farm and Station Mr. Chas. Purcell, of Wondalga, having decided to try the trapping ; system to check, the increase of rabbits, on his Wondalga esjjatg, prqvi^ed a professional wtyh o, thorough equipment of appliances for systematically carrying on the business, and so far the experiment has resulted very satisfactory. In one night 150 rabbits were ensnared, and advan{$g9 \s being taken of the qppojfo^ty. available thrqqg^ t^Q jf^o^abflnk freezing WQr<H$ qf gelding the carcases to market. ■ Not. only are the . rabbits being kept down, but the trappeya are pleased with the profits accruing. Of course poisoning operations have to be suspended.in.localities where trapping is being pursued. As an instance of the prolific propagation of the rabbit, a doe killed amongst those caught contained no less than 18:,young. Mr Baly, the Grown Land Agent at Wagga, reports that an additional conditional purchase of 100 acrea taken up by Andrew Patau, in the parish of Yabtree, eawftty ift...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Civilian Rifle Club The adjourned annual meeting of the Tumut Civilian Rifle Club was held at O'Brien's Hall on Wednesday night last, a fair attendance of members being present. Mi>. Morrissefc presided. The minutes of the adjourned imefc- j ing were read and confirmed. j The adjournment was made to j allow of an interpretation of the new | Government regulations by which the club was called upon to abide, in order that fuller explanation could be obtained from the department. A communication was received from the officer supervising the Rifle Clubs of New South Wales, giving the required information re the . apparent ambiguous clauses of the new rules. • Proposed by Mr. Schnokel, seconded by Mr. Beauzeville, " That the officer's reply being satisfactory, this club shall continue under the new regulations."—Carried. The election of officers was then proceeded with. Mr. A. Adam was re-elected captain, • Mr. ,0.' S. Morrisset president, Messrs. S. Groves and N. Emanuel vice-preside...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Tumut Turf Club. BAILWAY - HOSPITAL MEETING, TO BE HELD ON Monday and Tuesday, (OCTOBER 12 AND 18,1908. Under the patronage of His Excel\x=req-\ lenoy the Governor and Suite. - PROGRAMME. ,,-v; FIRST DAY. .,1st race,/to starfcat 2 otolock} p.mi THE OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, for all^ horses that'have never won an advertised prize exceeding £10; distance, 4 furlongs. , ' 'Snd race, to start at 2.45 p.m. ' THE FIRST HURDLE RACE, of £23, the'second horse to receive £5 from the . .prize. About 2 miles and a distance, over. 8 hurdles 3 feet 3 inohes 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 lbs; of two or more such races, lOlbs 3rd race, to start at 3.3U. THE-RAILWAY HANDICAP, of £30, the second horse to receive £5 from ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Medical Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer, TTJMUT-STREET, ADELONG. f .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, TUMUT. E. A. FITZGERALD, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA. WAGGA HAS in stock a large assortment of eho o and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CASES MADE UP. E. DEAK, Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELON« pHE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &c-, In Large or Small Quantities!, nd will pay Weekly Vis toADELONGon TUESDAYS, And may be seen at BOSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. \ JAME S~HUD SON, Tamut. Norwich and London Accident Insurance Asso* elation. ... Established 1856\x=req-\ pAiD-ur Capital .. .. ' .. £100,000 Uncalled Camtal .. • • £100,000 Accumulated Funds Exceed .. £200,000 Total Security tor Policy Holdehs Exceeds .. .. £400,000 Ch...

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

SPORTING. ,, TURF. The Gundagai Racing Club has decided not to hold a spring meeting this year. At: a, meeting of members last week the balance-sheet for the year was presented, showing a loss of £5 on the year's transactions. The club has a credit balance at the bank of £46 17s 7d.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

r/pf?e fpumuf stAdOocate." TUESDAY,. SEPTEMBER 15,1903. GENERAL. Sales of stock on Saturday . by Mr. C. S- Byrne and Messrs. Wilkinson and Walker. Held over.—Report of Convent juvenile ball, sporting notes by " Le Grand," and several interesting items of news. ■ On Saturday Mr. R. Donaldson, M.L.A., received a wire from Sir Wm. Lyne stating that a number of Senators would leave Melbourne for Tumut last night or to-night, and asking our member to arrange for them to drive from Gundagai to Tumufc and return by train. Mr.: C S. Morrisefc has received Word- from Senator Walker that he and Senator McFarlane, with probably three other Senators will constitute the party to inspect the Lacmalac site. They will arrive here to-morrow. In the House of; Representatives on Wednesday Sir Edmund Barton gave notice of a motion in favor of a conference to take place between the two Chambers to consider the selection of the site for the Federal Capital, and that the House approve of ths conference be...

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Tumut Police Court. TUMUT THURSDAY SEP. 10. (Before Messrs. J. D. Walker and S. Groves, Js.p.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Tumut Police Court. \ tumut;thuesday sep. 10. (Before Messrs. 3. D. Walker and S. Groves, js.p.) Dennis Dunne '-was charged with stealing fourteen sheop at Brungle, from 'Brungle estate,'the property of Arthur Bryant Triggs. : Accused applied for a remand to Satmday, September 42. Bail was applied; for by the accused. This was objected to -by the Senior-Sergeant of fcolice, and refused on the ground that the administration of justice would be ineterfered with. •On' Saturday theease was heard. Senr.-Sergeanfc Bootes deposed : In; this Case I have no evidence to offer on the charge of stealing 14 sheep. I have laid information against accused for having" mutton in his possession, reasonably suspected to have been stolen, and I have served him with a summons to appear at\x=req-\ the Tumut Police Court on 28rd inst. to answerthat.charge. The charge of sheep-stealing was withdrawn by police. SATURDAY,'SEP. >12; :: ^ (Before Messrs. J. D. Walker S. Grove's, Js.P.) Dennis Dunne was char...

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

Georoe Jackson's Chesterfields made , to, order are a -Bpecial feature in ' the new line'\x=req-\ for winter wear, ' ./, • No Other liniment will heal a out or bruise so quickly as Chamberlain's. Poan iJaUn. No other afford® suoh prompt TOUef ftouoi rheu\x=req-\ matic* pains. No other , is rao valuable for deep seated". politis like tynie'baci.;and ; pains:: in the chest. Give thisflinimlint a: trial and become-. acquainted'with' its remarkable quailities and.you will never .wish to be without it. For sale byPEAItCE & LONG AWS LONG A SPRING MEDICINE. GharqhevlfHn's, Stomach 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-desireid. They clear the com-" plexion and are of great value toany person;1 from ■ infancy to old age. " Just What You Need.'! tPrbe "1b Od, and ' for ; salq ' )jy 1'EAiiCE # LONG, Adelong.

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Pastures Protection Board. Directors Oliver (chairman), Clout, Arragon and Byrne attended yesterday's monthly meeting of the above Board. Directors Glasscock, Robinson and White apologised for their absence. Director Glasscock' wrote that he. wa-i opposed to two inspectors being appointed, but if the Inspector found later on he could not do the work, and desired help, he would support assistance being given Him. He was in favour of Director Clout's motion that defendants be prosecuted at the nearest court. The Lands Department wrote that under section 22 of the P.P. Act, the legal opinion was offered that any aggrieved person had the right to elect where an appeal against assessment should be heard, without reference to any direction by the Board. The Department of Lands wrote for an expression of opinion as to the salary that should be paid the Inspector under the Act.—No order. Regulation 68a was forwarded by the Department. It provides that all money received by the Inspector sha...

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 — 15 September 1903

■Woods'-Great Peppermint Cure. tor Coughs and Colds never fails. Is Gil • OWN CLERK OF KUMARA, N.Z., CURED OF SCIATICA. • Georgc.Kobert.Itudkin, Town. Clerk, Kum\x=req-\ ara, N.Z'.'f says : ■ "Irhave -great pleasure, in stating that,;;having used Chamberlain's Paiir Bahri in a very severe attack of sciatica, I found immediate relief. Had ■ before tried many other; embrocations for the same purpose, but found this the most efticnoiows. Several of my friends who have been afflicted 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 good household1 liniment or ;em- ■, brooatiou. For sale by. P13ARCE & LONG" AD^LONG.

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

ADELONG A committee meeting of the P. and A. Association was held at Mr. McLaughlin's Commercial Hotel on Friday. Present: Messrs. J. D. Brown (chair), R. J. Benson, A. Curtis, G. John, J. G. McLaughlin and J. Elphick. Correspondence re\x=req-\ ceived.—From Singer Sewing Machine Coy., notifying in response to an application from the Association for a prize from them, that they would donate a first-class Singer sewing machine, value £16, for a weight\x=req-\ guessing competition (a live bullock to be the subject of the guessing), on certain conditions, viz : that the bullock be shown in a ring in a prominent place, and that the Singer Coy. are allowed a free advertisement on the back of dodger notifying the competition, and thit a committee of several be appointed to carry out the competition.—From Mr. W. Oliver, Yabtree, regretting his inability to accept the position of judge, owing;to the roll being called at Yabtree for the; annual shearing on the date of the show.—From Mr. Angus...

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COMMERCIAL. TUMUP STOCK SALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

COMMERCIAL. TUMUP STOCK SALER. . Messrs.,,,S... E\. Wilkinson & .Co.. report having yarded 40 head of mixed cattle at the'Commercial Sale Yards on Saturday ilast, and the lot were disposed of at highly satisfactory prices. Bidding was spirited right through, and prices showed an advance on the prievous Saturday. Prices realised were as follows: —' Fat cows, from £5 2s 6d to £6 10s; fat heifers, light weights, £4 12s 6d;, 2£ yr. steers, good sorts, £5 ; store cows, £4 5s; springers, from £5 Is to £7 5s. Messrs. Wilkinson & Walker repor\x=req-\ a good yarding of cattle at the Comt mercial Yards on Saturday. There was a good attendance of buyers, and the market showed a decided improvement on last Saturday's prices, and nearly every beast offered was sold. They. report prices as follows :—Fat bullocks, nice quality, lightweights, at £8 4s ; fat cows, good weights, but not prime, from £5 16s to £6 10s; fat heifers, small, but nice quality, from £4 12s 6d to £5 Is ; score...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

TARCUTTA. (From Our Own Correspondent). 'A rugby football match took pl&oe here on Saturday, 5th insfc., between rthe Grahamsfcown Wanderers - and Taroutta clubs, and after one of the best, and undoubtedly most friendly games ever played here was won by the locals by 6 points to nil. The day was an ideal one for play and a large and enthusiastic crowd greeted the teams as they " lined out " for , the contest. It is nearly three years since a game of rugby has been played here, but Saturday's match has gonn a long way towards reviving this healthy and manly sport. The "Winderers" arrived at about three o'clock per Mr. R. Young's coach, and at 8.80 p.m. the appointed time for starting, over 800 people were on the ground. Mr. R. P. Tweedie acted as lvforce, in a very fair and impartial manner, . ' his decisions not being caviled at. Two Adelong playmates wore leaders of the teams, Jack Carlton acting for the visitors and " Will" Archer for the locals. Play for the- first ten mi...

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

The fyftbftvns P«,rty. haa now a big say In all political movements, And, if it governs wisely, may Make many great improvements; We hope to have some better laws, : And better health—thnt'a sure. If you feel ill, a cold the cause, Take Woous' Ghbat FmsBairex Coke,

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Sisters of Mercy Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 September 1903

Sisters of Mercy Ball. The /;1 annual' ball in aid of the Sisters of Mercy came' off in Mr, O'Brien's Tumut Hall on Friday night last. Extensive arrangements had been made for the entertainment of the public, and the weather proving beautifully fine a larger gathering wna expected than what turned up ; as it was, between 60 and 70 couples put in an appearance. Of late, so many j similar functions havo been in evi\x=req-\ 1 dence, held in the way o'f charities (apart from private socials), and Terpsichore has been worshipped at so many shrines, that her devotees were unable to sustain the strain on their purses, more particularly as the railway demonstration ball is so close at hand. However, the floor was put in capital going order by Messrs. W. H. Hilton and M. Cruise, and the exquisite music played by Homan's combined band, the brilliantly-lighted hall, the tasteful dresses of the ladies, all combined, made the scene both attractive and entertaining. A programme of 24 dances was g...

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