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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1904. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

"fptye fumut a&dlocate." ■ TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1904. * V 'GENERAL,. . : . A.t the close of; Thursday's count for the referendum the figures stood as followsFor 125 members, 62,686 ; for 100 members, 13,281 ; for 90 members, 205,497 ; informal, 41,344. Total votes, 822,758. The count is not yet complete. Last Sunday week the'three-year\x=req-\ old daughter of Mr. W. H. Lumby was picked up in the y^rd near her ! father's house at Oorowa amongst a mob of horses. She was dead, having been kicked on the forehead by one of the horses. Up at Rosewood near Tumbarumba, a cat belonging to . a .resident was rearing a young kitten, and a young hare was captured and given her to eat. But pussy took kindly to the hare, and is rearing it. The hare sucks the cat, and is very fond of her new mother. ' ;• At the last meeting of |he Municipal Council the Town ','OTerk made application for an ineu^ase of- his salary, consequent on Jbo additional clerical duties that were' imposed upon him by th...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 5 January 1904

DEATHS. It is with deep regret we have to record the death, at the ripe old age of 80 years, of Mrs. Robert Lowther, relict of the late Robert Lowther (one of the oldest pioneers of the Tumut district, who arrived here about 60 years ago and married the deceased, the widow of Mr. Wallace,     who was the father of Mrs. Samuel Piper). With her second husband, Mr. R. Lowther, she endured the trials, troubles and privations inciden- tal to back country life at a time when the dusky citizens of the soil were numerous and troublesome. Her husband and herself started, station life at Toomorroma; thence they went to Shaking Bog which they secured as a run. They had there a mob of 200 horses and a herd of 1200 head of cattle, and Mr. James Smiles (long since departed) bought an interest in the concern ; for £1000. Afterwards Mr. Lowther   came to Bombowlee Creek and selected largely at the time of the Kianda rush, residing then on the property since pu...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

MLLAOT RACKS; . RACES " •will be held on the Killarney Racecourse GILMOREv adjoining the Railway Station ■■■■-r on , -v Anniversary Day u /JANUARY 26, 1901. : ; OFFICERS : ^ f Jdiksk :' JIiv Ci S. liyi'iie. • -r-rStoABEteR-: 'fMr.rH; :McNam««K •• • CiiM*k(bjj:BcAi.t:s: iiii.iH. BlUler.' liilt Cmrk op GooBBfr: Vv>liyjph«:T.:G!illavviiy Haxdioai'pi!£!9 : \AIcssvs 0.; S. Krrne,. .!. y BlakesieyilHbButler; ,j_ ■i j'yi ':/- j 'CoMMrri,EK\v'Messfs,iit;;Daniildson. M.P., C. S. Byrne, J. Blakenoy:--H. Butler, M. 51'Namnrii,; W.:D.t(E.$i>;Bi?ien,6qii»si3W. vtolin "E^'iirj,,. B./iClaxta), H\x=req-\ :M*&nibu.ta,^^eoyge'Ciirteiv«TohiiX!iillaway,\x=req-\ yridifcTrniug, il1.' 1'. Allsopp, Wilkin\x=req-\ son,\C.iBakeiY!1!'. -Campbell,: JrS.O'Sulli\x=req-\ rnn.Mat. Downing. PHOGKAMME. ' let r<ice. to 6teriVat;i'i,o'clock; ..." TRIAL STAKES,:to£ i54.. rFor> allliovaes thai: have never won a pme on the flat oivover ^huiiilles exceeding 111 -value £10 np ■ to b.time'of entr...

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 — 12 January 1904

ASK FOR AND ITS USUAL SYMPTOMS, PALPITATION, DYSPEPSIA, BACKACHE, Ac. Another Remarkable Cure Tin law »f t. Kilt (ron THTt " lllCHHAJID* NiRUII,^) . There are ccrtain matter* ia which th» interests of citj* and suburban residents *t« intimately bound up together, and thee* include such as Mr. George Kerr recently spoke about when interrogated by oar reporter. " We Are all brought to the same level when sickness falls upon hi," eaid Mr. Kerr, when seen at-101 Foster-street, Leiehhardt, where he has been living for the past ail- , teen year*. " W hether we are rich or peor, the misery is experienced just the aame. I know that three .years ago;T could not have been more wretched- if I hadn't had a penny to Itle s myst If wil l), and all because something had gone wrung. ^ A heavy sleepy fee ing made wis in snub a state that haif-an\x=req-\ hour after getting up I wanted to go back to bed again, although to do so was useless, as 1 could not sleep when I get there. Restless nights coming...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Complimentary Social to Sir Wm. Lyne. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Complimentary Social to ' Sir Wm. Lyne. A meeting of!the committee appointed ;to afcrange for a complimentary social to bo 'tendereid to Sir Wm. J. Lyne, the ' membor for the Hume in the ^Federal Parliament, was held in the School of Arts on Friday night. Mr. J. Weodon (Mayor) occupied tho choir. A telegram was read from Sir Win. stating that the Cs,binet ineet • on the IS'thiusfc.; but he would accept their invitation for the 14th. The catering committee handed in their report. After discussion it was decided to wire Sir Wm. asking him if a lacer date would bo more convenient. On Saturday a reply was received by :Mr. S.\ Groves (secretary), stating that sis Sir !'• Wm. '!Lyne - had; already' ac\x=req-\ ceptod ii,n invitation to -^ddlong i'or 1 ho ■i5th inst.,.he mustadhoreto tbo 14th. Therefore the.social wil take: place,;as advertised, in O'Brien's Hall ' on , Thursday night. Wo hope to sec a large muster . of electors from all parts of the district. As this is> to bo a recepti...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

BOMEBUSH STOQK SALES. Oii 'Thursday 12,000 were' penned, and 'as sales. progressed there' was a ^substantial advanet? m prices, and the market was the dear!- I est for some time. Several sales'of uetino' • wethers were effected,'. at' prices In y,4he vicinity of, a pound, and making up to 22s 8d per head. Salea of local InterestM. H. 5rest, (Jboiac, 86. wethers ^is 8d, $15 wethers 14s .2d to; 14s: ,8d; P. Keardon, Oundagai, 36'wethers 15s, '25 at lj>8;from KJs Od'vto fe lid; Gi Whittacker, Adelong Crossing, -56 wethers 17s 5d; J. fiftwlwiclve, Adelong Ciroesing, .40 vethers at 15s Id, 14 at iSs jjjd. Prices for cattle showed no quot-' able change, 1030 being yarded. Best beef was worth about iOOlb.., . Sales included ;~~J. Bobinson, Gundagai', 22 cows averaging L7 2s 86 •, XV. W. Carter, Adelong Crossing, 3 cows averaging Jj7 3s ; G. B. Gny, Adelong Orossinpti 5 cows averaging' L6 12 "ad;. Estate D. M'Kinnon, Guudagai, • 22 bullocks averaging 3j8 15s - Commenting on the second te...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER AT ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

COMPLImENTBY dinner at adelong. A meeting of the electoi-s of the Aflelong district of the Hume electorate was held at John's Royal Hotel on Saturday night, Mr. J. Dowling Brown in the chair. A wire received from Sir. William Lyne was read, accepting the invitation to visit Adelong on Friday next. It was decided to entertain Sir William at a complimentary dinner, on the evening of bis visit. A strong committee wa? formed (with power to add to their number) to entertain Sir Win, Lyne on the occasion. Mrs. John's offer for the catering was accepted. Mr. J. D Brown was asked to preside at the dinner. Mr. C. Purcell sr. was deputed to fill the vice-chair. A committee of management, consisting of Messrs. W. Howard Russel, T. P. Arragon, W; Roche, and J. T. Hill, was appointed, their duties being $o arrange a programme and prepare the toast list. The general committee meet again to-morrow evening.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Fatfrw arid Siitibn-! The average wool yield persbe&p'in :the':,|Wagga district during- • the 'last shfiiimig season was 71b 8ox, , coin-; • pared with 6lb/8ois the previous year/ Lambs averaged 21b ti^oz, as against lib 8oh in 1902, , In connection with the' milk and fruiter test by the Kangaroo Valley Agricultural Society, a Shorthorn1 heifer, belonging to Mr. George Tate, Kangaroo River, gave a phenomenal record. She is exactly two years old, and gave 461b. of milk, which tested^ over 5 per cent., equal to over 81b.>of , butter per week. '"i lb a report oil' the prospects'of trade, with - ihe Philippines,,^'Mr.: ,'Suttor,; Commercial.Agent in'-the-Easfc, states that the outlook1 for New'South Wales productions'is very encouraging., ; • ■ It .instated-thitfc ticks are. sporting tJiems'elvos .much too freely in Wagga poultry pens. The only cure for this pest is scrupulous' cleanliness and an; inspection of the fowl house at night when the ticks are lively. A simple metho...

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

MINING J. JV Prowse and another's vgl, part: 57, ph. Ellerslie, Co. 'Wytiyft^i § agres, has forfeited. ' ¥ P. ftppl^a'tVac ip.r 8fc'4i pb. | Gilmore, <| agres, haye feeeq refused, Applications app^ve^ for G.M. leases !~--T1 F, Phillips and another, GO,. 08 ph, King, oo. Selwyn, 5a; D. G. Dean, u.l. 47, ph. Gadara, co. Wynyard, 8a. With respect to the demise q| I$ra. M&7 AY-hftae death we \n gqr iss^e of the 5th fast,, we have further to relate that the deoeasod lady was born. in Paisley, Scotland, and left for New South Wales, when she was 16 years of age, in company with the wife Qf the eftpteia 9? «he pfete to which she $h.e tyn.de.cl safely in 1 Melbourne. Thereshe met her first huaWlid, Ux\ Miohael Wallace squatter, of Adjunbilly, and after their tuarriasje settled clown there. .After Mr. Wallace's demise, Mrs. Lowfcher married the deceased's manager (the late Robert Lpwther) wholdied on his own!holding on liombo^'leo Qreok r 12 years ago. The Inter's brother ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

| FrIEA-D.WHAT " VITADATIO i ■«. ' (ft • f ■•v.C^niriglo.n,- '"■%■§%? .,. ' , f^Lafe.ot Nor^^j|ToffcM" ® ? ""w '"?*< •'; • I i Deal- Sit,—I wish to'tall, you or Ib^ ' waltT''; ■ derfuKeffect VITADATIO has liacl on.nie..-^ Ruffei^d fdr eight years with Chronic Liver I Complainf'and Stone in the Bladder.' Dr. ,^with other^doctors of Northam and' York,alsd doctors ih'Perth attended nie. 1 was rtlso iii the hospital for t.\yo man ths, but gotno* relief, and I lay; suffering- till VITA\x=req-\ DATIO was introduCfetf;to.wJe, and'I.have recovered; solely by its use. (The stone _ that Iras brought a^ay'■•Weighed 2oi5s/8gi:ti.)' I got/-, th'e,; inedi(:in|5;^'o.iii ^TurtynV'^$ut • Ken worthy, Growers, ■ The ;people of my- acqiiaifiwi^f?' wi&'-sw$k ! prise#,at ihy recovery, and. Di\,'«laoK^;V^t(: attended rhe is astonished,' fts he. rectfon&i' nothing could be done for me. I "thank you, and: Hope"-my testimony will be means,o£ help tip others; . . •55 1 ' Signed. .% ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Summer samples now in ; all the latest styles aiid patterns to choose from. Suits from '£8 8s',' at Gjsondii Jackson's, Tailor' next to Dr.'L'ee .' Surgery, Adelong. CH&MBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA '.AND DIiRKHOEA REMEDY; HAS ' 1 ,, ,, ■ . NO EQUAL, . W.V.Hi ,,CoflQeUy. Genarai ■ Storekeeper, Tolaga-nBay, ',N..Z., says : ."Have stooled. Chamberlain's., household '^medicines - con-: tinualiynianditfeel.smuoh.ipleasure.;in con-1 - fidently.-recommending their Colic. Gholera and! Diarrhoea Remedy.. Itjlias.no .equal. ^ Thip-jis >ith'e.*universal: verdict the •world i over >vith-- ipeople.' wiio^have become acquainted ? with >jthe^ good* qualities'1 of' this • remjedyV*-. it lis the most successful preparation tfyat has;' yet-, been -^produced for ; bowel :' complaints :foi?. .both :adults and children.- " Try' itt when: you ; have . need of such a > medicine and if you are not fully satisfied ; with the' results -the dealer from whom you bought it will refund.you your ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

WA> Interesting , to Jill j. "T"TAS much pleaatt-re in; thanking , 8 I his customers''for .their, most libprn.1 support 'hiring the short, tii.ua be has been in 'Putimt, and to inform j tliorn that, he j IS-.OPiSNINOUP EVERY DAY MILLINERY! ' Thi's DEPARTMENT is under the management of an EXPEUI\x=req-\ . • ENCED and UP-TO-DATE MILLINER, and ALL ORDERS , .placed in, joer .bands,..will .-ceceivQ PltOMPT aud-OAllEPUL ATTENTION. ; j Dainty and stylish, woi'kat; u iaoilerate price. All the VERY LATEST mid NEWEST-GOODS at PRICES that, •will save you the -worry and MERCERY, Etc! jj and stylish HATS, COLLARS | TIES. BRACES, Etc./ SILK j SHIRTS, FASHION SHIRTS, TENNIS SHIRTS, and NIGHT SHIRKS with a sweep of. taii like DRAPERY! a comet. CLOTHING! SUITS a speciality. All goods are TAILOR MADE and well finished garments. BOOTS & SHOES! American and English BOOTS and SHOES in ENDLESS VARIETY and at prices within the reach of all. J.P. buys -DIRECT: from SPECIAL FACTORIES and gives hi...

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 — 12 January 1904

Medical. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUM0T-ST11EET, AGELONG. W.W.M. LITTLETON;1 SUEGEON DENTIST [nfoisTJsnED], TTJMBARITMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentiss to 5 Bati. Aus. Com. Horse. 1§. Macquafi^ ^assail, TUMUT. "'Nothing Succeeds Like Success." E. A.Fitzgerald, KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGGA WAGGA. Established 1884; All Wines guaranteed absolutely pure; free from saccharine or other deleterious matters. No doctored. Wines kepi in stock. W. H. Bridle, IocaL Agent..: ®.:;:DEAE, 'Aerated Water AND Cordial Manufacturer1 TUMUT & ADELONf JHE UNDERS I GNE D prepared 4o PUBCHASE, FOB CASB MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &c., 1ft It&tf e or Small Quantities, ad will pa? Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may- be seen at BOSS' OMMBRCIAL HOTEL. JAMBSHUDSON, Tumut, MRS. G. E. SCHINTLER ' THE Federal Tea Rooms iXD Fruit & Fancy floods Shop (Ne*t to Eyles Son's). CHOICE FRUIT &am...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

ADELONG. \A pleasant function took place in the Oddfellows' > Hall on Wednesday evening, when the members of the Ad9long Amateur Dramatic Club met for the dual purpose of winding up affairs in <jorjne<?tiQn with their last 'oi}teptain]aagfjfj ani? algg $9 ..te^gr farewell''tti tKqr fljosp'■ proifli-1 nenc member,' liiigs J£ate Kennjr (wbq leaves for Melbourne) and Mr, Jred, McNamava (who returns to Tumut). Some 80 persons;attended, Mr. W. D. Heather presided, and, after eulogising the two departing members for the energy and ability they had (.jiBplaypd cjuvin^ f'hejr fiBsocifttion with the plii}}, j^SBnjjed imoty with f!> gp}d pendant, suitably iqserjbed, Mp, \Y, Taylor responded for. Miss Kenny, and Mr. McNamara for himself. Light refreshments,' provided by the ladies, WPF(? then banded round,. and songs aijcf w<H'0 .by various me^bersj' ^ p^as^nt eyfinjp^ being spent. The gold escorUeffc on. Friday with 551oz of gold, a smaller quantity than...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1904. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

"(p.fye fPumat s&dOocate." TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1904. CiENKTCAL. Moore's Almanac for 1904 is to hand. . ■ - - ■■ : The State, Parliament will meet on the; 19th inst., to take the action on .the 'referendum respecting redaction of members. The Gundagai " Independent" says vthafc Senator and'; Mrs. Milieu visit Tumut in the course of a few days to view the Federal Capital . Site. "The accession to the ran its of the Labour party in the Senate is destined to ■ be of material advantage to tt»© •chances of- Tumut. in the selection of the Site for- the Federal Capital. ■ ' The'Commonwealth Parliament will meet on Wednesday, March 2. There is to be a continuous session. The Conciliation and Arbitration Bill and the Navigation Bill are to,! bo taken first. Mr. E. G. Cooke, who has not ibeou well for some time, .^is visiting 'New Zealand for: the benefit of his health. He left last week, and intends 'to enjoy a sojourn in ;Tas-1 .mania also. ,.,'t The lessee of the Rosebank Butter .F...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

'A?mojju ..who iha3 over given',Chamberlain's! Colic, t Cholera taud Diarrhoea ; llemedy a trial .will , tell ,you it is unequalled for, all stomach and bowel troubles, It never,fails and lispleasant f to u take. For Kale bv: I'BAllOE & LONG, ADELONG. ' i

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 — 12 January 1904

Home and Foreign. , I ■' London, Monday. | It is-reported''thaia hundred Bui garians'. have been killed m an' engagement with Turkish troops near Kochana. Two Russian battleships and seven torpedo boat destroyers are weather bound in Tuda Bay, Crete. The Lenth .Army Corps, stationed at Kharkoff, in Southery Russia, :has been .ordered to the Far East. Japan : recently purchased . 1200 Whitehead torpedos.. ... Two.thousand Imperial guards at• eoul, Korea, have deserted... Many nobili|y/of the Empire have also filed. % The-offers to .Japan "by Australians as volunteers for nurses in the event of war are highly appreciated, though the • Japanese military regulations preclude their acceptance. ' / Mr,'iBennett-Burleigh says: "-Every\x=req-\ • thi^g-v,points—*~tb- • '-war, though • hostilitees may possibly be delayed for a week.",: . <• ; ^Dhej Japanese 'Press 'admit ;> Jaj>an ■ owes ''England a profound gratitude for the many evidences of sympathy. »Xhe . situation-- In-...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Explosion on H.M.S. Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

Explosion on H.M.S. "Wallaroo. The accident on board H.M.S Wallaroo* while'" bn a..5 joyage'Vfrotn. Jarvls Bay^ )Hobiir6 mjiiJiWednefday^ last, whereby four of the crew lost 'their lives and three others t w.ere injured by boiling water and, steam 'in the stokehold, was caused by the collapse'; >of "a. 'combustion ;chamber, allowingi^he.„>ftontents^of-^the.--«boiler\x=req-\ .to escape into the fiirnace, on top of 'the men feeding: the, fires. The steam-ljeri&^aetedgas' an' injector ;andf: forced the .6oiling-*wate'r outMhfo ?th'e' stokehold, blowing the ashpan witn great force up against jthe, bulkheads! several feet away. ' * §s:f The following are ' tne;4"menf wio; were killed and injured':—Eilled:' George H. Hall, chief stoker (mar-: ried; Charles -E, Ellis-, ; stoker (single); Frank Moore, stoker (inaiv rietl); Wilfred Gleal,' stoker '(single).-' Injured : Walter J. Sandow, stoker (single); Thomas Pretty, stoker, (married,; . Benjamin Atkins, -),}?stoker1, jingle)....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

r is as good for women as for men. Women often times - need ia- yitgliiirig.'.tonic. •.«>• ' \ ^.fWoifc'^SjchnappsJhas always r.uffering woirien. ? '; Schnapps is- an old honest all-round tonic\x=req-\ beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps ud TAKE NOTHING ELSE. •

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial SYDNEY, Tuesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 12 January 1904

!' iu g^NBY'iiwGjsd ayj Si oi'hinctf"' I '•The . is! i}rmeir. 'Wfitheiiisis miid'odftbm..ii8s to '22s 9d, ewes 12s-;to '7s. • r .. ', . Calves♦ were/-frow-Qs to i'Os- higher. - Bullocks 0j8"*tpV XjiS,*. icons'.) AOs.\x=req-\ to L9 ; best beef 27s to 28s per 1001b., ; ' : * Two million bushels of wheat have been received 'at Darling Harbour since December 1st. A.preliminary coul-t,of inquiry ..into 't-be' cause p£.,!;thc3; 6'xplosion,.on .the, ;warsbip., 'VYallaroo , was opened. yestGl'clny.'" ' y?^i^Rr^saatffi''^~"dMioujr^{fiaE:' the various colonies should send a joint ■ prote'st to the imperial Government against the introduction of Chinese labor /for the ij Rano> >nnnes.| £ . j £ .jfX, . ji ' | j,. f At^hfSjwbo^WpWyefeferdiEty greasy: reached 1 if) and scoured 2i£d. • At the 'inquest respecting the death of, a young; man. named; Edward Carson, who was killediat Wellington by .a blow.^.on Saturday, a verdict of' wilful' murder was returned against Wm. Henry Davisl

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