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SPORTING. THE TUMUT TURF CLUB. RAILWAY—HOSPITAL MEETING. A REVIEW OP THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
SPOUTING. THE TUMUT TURF CLUB. RAILWAY—HOSPITAL MEETING. : A REVIEW OP THE WEIGHTS. Lb Gband. That the veteran country handicapper, Mr. Jas. Price, enjoys the confidence of the clubs he adjusts the weights for needs no denial, and his work, taken by large, is very creditable indeed ; yet one hears grumbling and discontent from certain of the racing fraternity. But it will ever be so with a class who have an axe to grind or perhaps a bye to run ; and the handioapper who once allowed himself to be hood-winked Jby this undesirable class would simply be aiding a crowd who are quickly and, surely killing the sport of Kings, and are the sole cause of the present strong crusade on the evils of gambling. Taking the weights as a whole, very little fault can be found. There may be one or two apparent mistakes ; but, then, the layman, can always detect these things. Let him take the contract on, and see the job when finished. No doubt, in putting lOst 121b on Cyrus to carry in his maiden effor...
Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
Farm and Station The sheep sold at the Homebush fat stock markets on Thursday were remarkably for their .prime quality, some consignments being equal to' anything ever seen at the yards. Medium and inferior sorts were conspicuous by their absence; A little over 28,000 head of sheep and lambs were disposed of. Buyers were present in large numbers, and competition for sbeepjwas unusually free and strong, the consequence being i that values .generally showed a further improvement on late extreme rates. The whole of sheep, some .26,000, averaged about a ;pound per head. Crossbred,wet her a made up to 26s 9d each, with one at 40s, and jnerino wethers to 28" 6d with a number of sales, at a guinea and 22s. ; Some t rumours' are in circulation about possible changes in the State Cabinet. It is well known, -.that Mr. Crick is dissatisfiGd'with the work of the Lands department.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
I .TOTT^ ; Tumut Turf Club. RAILWAY-HOSPITAL MEETING, ■; TO BE HKLB ON :' ••• Monday and Tuesday, • OCTOBER 12 AND 18,1908. Under v the patronage of His Excel\x=req-\ * lency the Governor and Suite. PROGRAMME. ^FIRST DAY. ' . 1st race, to start at 2 o'clock, p.m. •THE,OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, for ""'r all • horses that have never won an ad\x=req-\ vertiBed prize exceeding £10; distance, . .4 furlongs. ': 2nd race, to start at 2.45 p.m. THE FIRST HURDLE BACE, 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 :on 28rd day of September. Balance of entrance, 16s, on night of general entry, 'Oct ber 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 suoh races, lOlbs a. ■ - iSrd race, to start at 3;30. '.THE RAILWAY HAN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
Medical Dr. Lyttletan, Government Medical Officer , :TUMUT-STBEET, ADELONG. ..rr J W.W.M. LITTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical' Demonstrator Sydney - •University Dental Sohool. . Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus. Com. Horse. 1§. Macqua^ie >passali^ - 'JtergHm ; TUMUT. E. A. FJTZGERALD, . KYEAMBA VINEYABD, ! WAGuA WAGGA I I AS in stock a large assortment of oho o ITl and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED CA~sis MADE -UP. E. DEAR. Aerated Water AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELONf4 J1HE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH MARSUPIAL SKINS, ' SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &C.. &C., In Large or Small Quantities, • nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And r may. be seen: at ROSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ; JAME S~HUDSON, Tamut. Norwich and London .Accident Insurance Asso* ciation. Established 1856* -Paid-tip■ Capital .. .. £100,000 ^Uncalled Capital .. .. £100,000 ' AcouMDiATED'funds Exceed .. £200,000 Total Secuhity f...
The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
fp)7e (purrvul ^dtfocate.'' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1908. XJ^ERAIj. : ■ Nearly all the available hotel accomodation in town .has been taken up for the railway opening demonstration week. The furniture for the Yarrangobilly Caves Accomodation House left the railway station by bullock team for its destination yesterday. Yesterday the Mayor (Aid. J* Weeden) forwarded to Sir Harry Rawson, the State■' Governor, a copy of the address of welcome to be presented to/ His Excellency by the Tumut Municipal Council on his arrival to perform the ceremony of opening the railway. An entertainment, organised by Mrs. P. McGrner; is to be given in the Oddfellows' tiall to-mprrow night in aid. of the Pfofitit Hospital. Forty performers are announced to take part. The ^programme appears in our' advertising columns. We have no doubt that the entertainment will be well patronised, apart from the worthy object forwhich it is being held. ' As shearing operations are about to commence at the sheds in the. dis...
ARGALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
ARGALONG. A start has been .made with , the erection and fitting of the hydraulic sluicing plant at Argalong. . The intention of the .reconstructed com\x=req-\ pariyis to test the ground by means of the .hydraulic jets and afterwardst if found payable, to put the bucke, dredge into use. • A 7-ton boiler came up by train last week and was taken out to. the mine .yesterday, A Kershaw pump is to be used. .Four.or fiyxj, .hands are busily employed at the/ works, .and. in a fortnight the full complement &lt; of hand3 ,to work the plant will oe put on. • Crampton's reef recently worked by Herliby and, party, but abandoned has again been taken up by Oorr and party, who are sending a trial crushing of 8 tons"(already raised by them) to the battery at Lacmalac for treatment. If the return of .gold turns out ' satisfactory, the ^battery will be removed to the locality .where the reef is situated.
COMMERCIAL. TUMUT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
COMMERCIAL. j TUMUT STOCK SALES. • Messrs. Wilkinson and Walker report 'baying yarded 72 head of cattle, at the Cotamercial Yards on Saturday ltisfc. There was a. .good attendance of buyers, and although it. rained heavily throughoukthe sale, they disposed of the wholfftf their y&rding at prices showing a slight improvement on the high rates ruling at previous sales. They sold j1-Fat heifers, from £4 17b 6d to £8 ;-store bullocks, 8yrs old, small, a,b £5; [.steers, 2-and 8yrs, from £4 6s to £4 10s; heifers, 2 and Syrs, low condition, from £8 to £8 10s; store cows, fair condition, from. £4 Is to £4 9s; itores, l^yrs, from £2 15s to £8 5s'.' They also report having sold privately; during the week for different ownersj 70 head of 8 and 4yr old bullocks ; 4000 fat and store sheep, and, 20 working bullocks, at high prices. ^They have also completed the lease of Mr. E. G. Bridle's Brungle Estate for a term to Mr. Wi Carter, Gilmote. Messrs. C. S. Byrne and Co. reports having solds...
GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
GILMOEE. Yesterday week 70 prates containing over. 1600. pairs of 'rabbits /were despatched from the, local freezing works, by rail to Sydney. 0\?ing to an accident to 'the -engine between Killarney and Gundagai the train was delayed in its arrival at the latter station and consequently the. consignment could not'be sent ^ on until the1 next d£j.y. ' The trappers were thrown out of employment on those two days, a3 the carts for picking up the rabbits did not go their rounds to the various camps. In the course of a conversation with Mr. R. Burn, the overseer Of trapping operations and the initiator of the industry in our locality^ I gleaned further information regarding my previous •; correspondence anent the advisability of having two trains per week by which rabbits may be con\x=req-\ veyed'to the metropolis. Th9 storage capacity of the freezing room being limited to 2000 pairs as the maximum, only that number can. be received from the trappers each week, consequently their'trappin...
Masonic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
Masonic Ball The Annual Masonic Ball came off in Mr. O'Brien's Hall on Thursday night. Th8 elements seemed in a way to conspire against success, and in, addition there had been so many similar functions carried out here of late and the proBpect of the Governor's ball, numbers who would; have attended kept away. About 28 couples turned up on the occasion.. Messrs. E. G. Bridle, S. F. Wilkinson, J. Winch, J. Robinson, and W. H.> Hilton prepared the floor, and it was in splendid going order. Homan' and Sons provided (as usual) most excellent music. Mr. W. H. Hilton carried out the duties of M.C. in a worthy and capable manner, and gave general satisfaction. A programme of 24 dances was. gone through by 3 a.m. Mr. P. Dunstone\x=req-\ carried out the lonely duty of doorkeeper admirably. After the wearying court cases of the week; the ball was refreshing to visitors from ■Riverina, who took advantage of ithe ohanco'. ': Mrs. O'Sheai catered - for\x=req-\ ithe affair in her best style, ...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
TUMBARUMBA. (From our own Correspondent.) Glorious showers of rain have been falling at intervals during the past few days. The fall from 9 o'clock this morning until 6.30 p.m. was about an inch, so an estimate of the benefits we are. receiving can thereby be formed. These warm September rains bid fair to dispel fears of drought during the coming summer. For tenders opened at the Court House on Wednesday, D.Livingstone was lowest for contract 2/'08-'04, Tumbarumba via Tooma to.Tintaldra; and J. Northrop for 4/,08-'04,; road Tumbarumba to Little iBillabong. Tenders for l/'03-'04, and 8/'08-'04, being above the estimates, contracts are re-advertised. The meeting of those interested in the establishing of the local butter factory was, owing to the paucity of attendance, allowed to stand Adjourned. A number of the original movers in the matter seem very anxioas to take decisive steps in the foundation, of such a: public benefit, but it is rather a difficult matter to find small farmers ...
St. Joseph's Convent Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
St. Joseph's Convent Ball. The annual Convent Ball was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Adelong, on Wednesday night last. -About ,40 ouples attended. The floor was in xcellent order, and the music supplied by Messrs. C. Homan and Sons' .Band gave the fullest satisfaction. Extras were contributed by Misses Ayres, .Kenny and O'Keefe. A splendid supper was provided, the tables being under the supervision of Mesdanres John, McLaughlin, Le^go, Arragon and J. Roche, assisted by Misses . Beaver,: Bourgoine, O'Keefe, Coughlan, Corbett, Curran, McNa\x=req-\ mara and Mrs. W. 'McNamara. Messrs. J. Bourgoine and F. Oripps carried out efficiently the duties of Ms.C., and the secretarial work was ably performed by Messrs. W. Boche and F. Oripps, The following is a list of the dresses (as far as we could learn) worn by the ladies :— , Miss E. Phillips, black silk Miss Beaver, white silk, spangled trimmings Miss Fai-rell, green silk , . ^ , . -Miss D • Crain, pink silk, chiffon .trimmings Miss M Crain...
Farewell to Rev. W. H. Marshall. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
■■in i Lf • rvva^yirite'iT"rr1,Wifa'rri'i'r Farewell to Rev. W- H. On Thursday night last, at, the Presbyterian Church, a farewell was accoraed. the Rev. W. H. Marshall -on the eve of-his departure from Tumut. Mr. A. McDonald, of Gooup, presided on the occasion. There was a fairly representative audience, considering it was an inclement evening. The Chairman called upon Mr. R. Donaldson, M.L.A., to say a few words. Mr. Donaldson said be was pleased to be present, and whilst he, with others around him, felt sorry that a worthy man like the Rev. Mr. Marshall was about to leave, still the pleasing feature of the occasion was that representative people of the town of all classes and creeds had come to say good bye, and this was as it should be. A man's religion, he recognized as but an accident of birth, and the present representative of the Presbyterian Church had made himself so free and representative, showing no party distinction, that he was beloved by people of all denominations. ...
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 29 September 1903
ADELONG. It is hardly necessary for us tore\x=req-\ mind the public that the Adelong School Concert takes place on Thursday and Friday evenings in the Oddfellows' Hall. ■ It is guaranteed one of the finest treats that has been produced. There will be an entire change of programme each night. In regfa'rd to our report of the horses at the Adelong P. and A. Society Show we are informed that Mr. J. Tonking's draught mare and foal were not j udged. It is stated that they were exhibited in that particular class, but they were not allowed to compete owing to the foal being 9 months old. In the blood section, however, sin older foal was admitted to the competition. * • Three goldmining leases, aggregating 17£ acres in! area, were taken up on the Donkey Hill line of reef last week by Heather, Watson and party. The first meeting of the new Pro-: gress Committee to-night. The bullock weight-guessing competition for the Singer sewing machine in connection with the P. & A. Association's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 6 October 1903
A SPEING MEDICINE. Chamberlain'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 desired. They clear the: complexion and are of great value to any person, from infancy to old age. " Just "What You Need;" Price Is (3d, and for sale by PEABCE & LONG, Adelong. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppe/mint Cure. Is 6d JAMES TREACI, Market Gar dener, Grabamstowin 'For Tomato Plants, every variety, late and early ; Cabbage Plants, St. John's Day, Succession, and Burpees.* There is no danger whatever from, lockjaw or blood poiBon resulting from. a. wound when Chamberlain's Pain Balm is promptly applied. It is an antiseptic anddeatroys the germs which causes these diseases. It • also causes wounds to heal without maturation and in one-third the time required by th usual treatment. 'Sold by PEABCE &lt;&e LONG. ADELONG TO STAND THIS SEASON ATADELO...
THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXV.—continued. A TRIAL OF STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 6 October 1903
THE DEEPOENE ' MYSTERY\x=req-\ + CHAPTER XXV.—continued. a trial of strength. ( jThia i return blow was almost a crushing one, for she would rather 'anything than that her antagonist should know of her past history. It gave her "such an advantage. /'"My name," she said, keeping Idown her passion with an effort/ " is •^-Barbara-Steele." ; "I have heard that that is the iiame by which you are known now," jeplied Lady Marchmont. " But >1 ■ prefer to call you La Vanessa. ! I rh'ave"been told, by some artists who -.studied 'in Paris, that you bad a .".beautiful ' figure in those days, and I presume they were in a position to .know, as; you were their model. I j'( \^ill • pajp you the compliment to say ."that you do not appear to have 'deteriorated." It was a compliment that Barbara .^failed to appreciate, evidently. «/', ■ '/..I can,guess-who one of the artists tiiis," she . retorted. " It was a breach -^of confidence on Mr. Trevor's part to v speak of me under mv former name. iJ-But,...