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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

RUSSELL-STREET, TUMUT, FOR EVERYTHING. -0:0 '• - DRAPERY, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS, _____ CROCKERY, &c., &c. Fancy Goods, &c-, at greatly Reduced Prices. :o: -FOR CASH ONLY.. Our Stook must be cleared to make room forSur 1 Autumn Goods. H/ WALKER GENERAL PROVIDER, The Sydney Stores. BAKER. CONFECTIONER. FRUITERER. &c. AB D TIME OF SUFFERING. An Eight years' Permanent Cure. :;*he Case oT%r F. BROW* (BT OUR REPORTER.) The Rerioug student and the oasuil reader alike will find much to interest them in the ■8 "joined statements, which were made by Mr. Fi ederick Brown, of Henley-street, Northliotany. ' liven when quite a young man," aaid Mr. .Brown, "I was. a .great sufferer from indigestion; and inuiy of the v< siilents of Botiiiy,- where I have lived for the past eleven years, know th .t it was not through carel"soilless or inaltenti 11 on my i art that I coulil uot get rid of my wretched com plaint for I tried nearly all the medicines...

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 — 3 March 1903

Don't be gulled tyr. representations made ! J»y ' local '' agents ■ "for" 'Sydney fftgtoV'es.; 'iThey will ^shortly be. obligee}■ tQ oonforrri 'to conditions whioh (loipppl tfypm to nclcqo\vl§(lg(i ttwl they have been supplying; you'! with. 'slops . for ■ tajlor^matte garments. > Jackson!.>B:the, only looal; tailor who mivkep his suite on tbo promises, ' 11

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 — 3 March 1903

OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ' ^ BOOTS & SHOES, FANCY GOODS. «J. T. HILL,| FEDERAL STORE. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. Greatest Bargains ever oftered in the District. Call early, and secure the best B irgaih s Post-office Stores: — 0:0 7! EGS to inform the Public of Tumut and District that since PURCHASING THE BUSINESS OF I Tl he has introduced & GOODS into ALL DEPARTMENTS. He is in a position to BGBUSINESS for CASH OR CREDIT, And a trial is solicited to prove his QUALITY & PRICES. -0:0 MAIZE, OATS, POLLABD, OIL CAKE, and aU descriptions of PRODUCE on sale. PLATT BROS., ©arcelsDelivery,General Carriers, Receiving, Forwarding and Delivery Agents, TUMUT. eOODS received at BAIL WAY STATIONS and other places and forwarded on with the;utmostdespatch.to any part of the district. iThoiiriost Up-to-date Plant of LAURIES and other VEHICLES is being laid down; coupled with the best of horseflesh, and wo GUARANTEE to DELIVER QUICKER than any other Carriers in the country. We have had 1...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

Medical. DR. G. LEES, (Late House Surgeon at the Coast and Children's Hos pitals, Sydney), ADDRESS: TUMUT-STREET. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. O'.M. LITTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [registered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Meehanieal Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batt. Aus, Com. Horse. J.J.KEENAN Land, Mining, Finance & General Commission Agent, Income Tax Returns prepared. 127 KING-STREET, SYDNEY. E. A. FITZGERALD. KYEAMBA VINEYARD, WAGuA WAGGA HAS in stock n, large assortment of oho c and well-matured I'lUZE WINES. ASSORTED CA*SES MADE UP. R. DEAR, Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacture! TUMTJT & ADELON'-5 rp HE UNDERSIGNED prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASII MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &c., &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, And will pay Weekly Visits to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL. JAMESHUDSON, Tunmt. THE • Gfi AHAMSTOWN Butdieiing .■Establishm...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1903. A Tall Request. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

" f[H}e fpamatM.I) );r TUESDAY, iMAI^CH 3, 1903. A Tall Request. vso person wbose teelings are suscej Kiblo. to: the misfortunes or distress tr.. vhich -bis fellow uien are subject,' •,;tn at the present time fail to syn . oathise/with t.be unemployed who ai an able to pet work . sufficient to pro vide daily bread for. themselves an those depending on them. The bon; fide worker never before felt the pincl of want so keenly ; and no prospect oi relief in the neaE future appear before his vision. The awful drough continues its unendurable course o levasiation, the " source of all wealth' fails to be reproductive, as a const quence the whole of our State com municy are suffering. The laborin; man is the first.to experience th effects of the bad times and depression and they remain longer with him His lot is a hard one, and to-day it i doubly accentuated^>' Not only, i; work, to many, unobtainabls, but tb< cost of living has materially increased While wages have/ if altere...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. MERRYVALE V. LAUREL HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

TENNIS-. MERRYVALE V. LAUREL HILL. I A team from the Laurel Hill Club journeyed to Adelong on Saturday and played against the Merryvale Club, tneir defeat resulting by 64 games as against 50. Scores ; 1st Bound.—W. Ritchie and J. Humphreys v. J. Tonking and Adams, 6—3 ; H. Bellamy and J. Knight v.. F. Tonking and J. R. Knight, 6—4 ; E. Prowse and W. Ritchie v. Reardon and Waters, 6—3. 2nd Round.—W. Ritchie and J. Humphreys v. J. Tonking and Adams, 6—2 ; H. Bellamy and J. Knight v. F. Tonking and R. Knight, 5—6; E. Prowse and J. Humphreys y. Reardon and Waters, 6—4. 3rd Round.—Bellamy and J. Knight v. J. Tonking and Waters, 5 —6; Ritchie and Humphreys v. F. Tonking and Reardon, 2—6 ; Prowse and Bellamy v. R Knight and Adams, 6-3. 4th Round.—Prowse and J. Knight v. J. Tonking and Waters, 4—6; Ritchie and Humphreys v. F. Ton king and Adams, 6—3 ; Bellamy and J." Knight v. R. Knight and Reardon, 6—4.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

GUNDAGAI RACING CLUB. The weights for the races to-day and to-morrow were declared on Fri day and are as follow :— G.R.C. Handicap.—1 mile. '. / 0 si;. lb E. G. Broben's b g The Snail 9 5 F. J. Mitchell's b m Yum Yum 8 12 E. G. Broben's b g Macleay... 8 9 G. Anderson's b h Patch ... 8 0 J. Laffin's Dunmore 7 9 N. Tweedie's Easy Molly ... 7 7 J. Hannah's br g Curlew ... 6 12 Town Plate.—7 furlongs. st lb E. G. Broben's The Snail ... 9 6 F. J. Mitchell's Yum Yum ... 8 13 E. G. Broben's McLeay ... 8,10 G. Anderson's Patch ... ... 8 1 J. Laffin's Dunmore ... ... 7 10 N. Tweedie's Easy Molly ... 7 8 J. Laffin's b g Elbargo ... 7 7 J. Hannah's Curlew ... ... 7 .0 T. P. Arragon's Lorna ... -6 10 J. Lloyd's b g Mirage ... 6 7 First Hurdles. -About 2 miles. '■ sfc lb B. L. Cbsw's bg Frantic II. J. Hannah's Curlew ... E. Clifford's g g Algy J. Laffin's br m Cudelbar P. Woods' br m Duchess 10 10 • 10 2 9 12 9 8 9 0

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home arid Foreign. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

Home arid Foreign. London, Monday. | Fresh squalls are occurring on fchiv western coa-its. An unknown birque is signalling distrass. She struck the rocks on the north-west coast of Cornwall. Ten more bodies of the Otter Cape's crew have been recovered. A succession of hurricanes in the Atlantic compelled many battened steamers to return. The Queenstown National Con ference of unemployed recommend the appointment or a Minister of Industry. Earl Spencer, at Birmingham, expressed his consistent belief that it is likelier lliatj ..the. Unionists .will carry the, Irish Hcjme Rule measure than the Liberals.' Nineteen buildings at Halifax, Nova Scotia,' have'been burnt. The damage is set down, at a quarter of a million dollars; '

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 — 3 March 1903

TKLI'TtRAMS. Colonial. Sydney, _ Tuesday. . | At a meeting ot the St. Jfacrick's Celebration Committee held last night, correspondence was read, from which the Government seems to have consented to allow any one to leave work at noon and be paid for the rest of the day. At the Cardinal's suggestion it was resolved to omit the toast of the Government at the luncheon. The Treasurer says that the revenue deficit has been reduced by £200,000. Another pl:igue patient died at Fremantle yesterilay.. The Public Works Committee left yesterday for a trip to the northern districts. Dr. McLaurin has been re-elected Chancellor of the University. Mr. Nathan Thornley, member of the Upper Hjuse of Victoria, died yes terdny. The Methodist Conference last night demanded a more complete Liquor Bill and non-legislation for the totalizator. Abundance is strong favorite for the Australian Cup. Acrasia, Flag ship and Foot.bolt are also backed. Wheat is 6.-? Id. . The produce markets generally aire brisk. ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

spoi^tinia. V; : -♦ rrr-. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. ; Gundagai Racing Club.—Annual meeting, ' March 3 and 4. Jugiong Jookey Club.—March 11., . , Adelong Jockey Club.—Autonn'meeting; - March 21. - Tumut Turf, Club.—Annual Meeting, March 25 and 26. Albury Racing Club—April 1 and 2. Taroutta Race Club—Annual meeting ; April 13. ' •' Murrumbidgee Race. Club—April 22 and 23; Young Turf Club—April 29 and 30. Easy Molly, the chestnut daughter ', of Easy John, is to ba offered to public* auction at the Gundagai racecource to-morrow afternoon. The staking of Mr. J. Whitticker's •trotter in the leg was responsible for the. forfeiture of the £10 he put up to trot Mr. G. W. Dennis' Paradise mare" 21- miles at Adelong Crossing on Wed nesday. Mr. A. H. Sandeman,. manager of City Bank at C.ootamundra, but better acquainted with turfites; Vis ' the 'Hon. secretary Of the Cootar.- T.u¥f Club, ;has been entrusted with the charge of the bank's city branch in Oxford-street. It is proposed to hold a co...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

Geougu Jackson, Tailor! Ac., .next fcu Passlow's, Tuinut-street, Adelong. , Get your Buits made by a bona lido tailor who takes your measure) anil outs - the e.loth.you seleot' accordingly; and does, not piok out ti slop made suit of about the; Bfime measuruments and send it to you .as tailo.-made, as do tho Sydney'fabtpviea.

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SECTION 3.—SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

SECTION 3.—SHEEP. Merino ram, 3yrs or over, 1st prize £1, 2nd prize 10s. H. Hogaii. Merino ram, 2yrs and under 3, 1st prize £1, 2nd prize 10s. H. Hogan. Merino ram, l£yr and under, that has been shorn, 1st prize £1, 2nd prize 10s. G. W. Last. Ewe lamb, bred by exhibitor, and bearing his registered earmark, 1st prize £1 lis (3d, being £1 Is by Mr. Last and 10s 6d by Mr Clayton, 2nd prize 10s Gd, by Mr. Hogan. H. Hogan 1, H. Hogan 2. Merino ewe, 3yrs and over, 1st prize £1, 2nd prize 10s Gd, gift of Mr. G. .Clout jr. G. W. Last 1, H. Hogan 2. Merino ewe, 2yrs and under 3, 1st prize £1, 2nd prize 10s 6d, gift of Mr. G. Clout, jr. G. W. Last 1, H. Hogan 2. Merino ewe, l$yr, that his been shorn, 1st prize £1. 2nd prize 10s. G. W. Last 1 (pro vided he makes a declaration as to age). Pen, 2 Merino ewes, 2-tooth, bred by ex hibitor, 1st prize £1, 2nd 10s.. H. Hogan. Pen, 8 fat. Merino wethers, showing most symmetry, fat and weight, £1. J. S. Barrett. Greasy Merino fleece, unskirted, 10b. H....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tumut A. & P. Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

mmrniii Tumut A- & P. Society'? Show. • The second day's show was a decider and pronounced success. An attend ance. that looked like 2000 put in an ■appearance, and a glance at tht terrace west of the water jump, where1 spectators bad arranged themselves in position, bore out what has often been said, that the Tumut Showground could be made an ideal on3 with n grandstand on the hill. The appear ance of the ladies' dresses made th> scene a charming one. Homan' band discoursed sweet- music—musi< that had charms " to soothe th. savage breast.'' The day was similai to the previous one. The road to th ground, through the main streets ol the town and down to the Bui j paddock by the racecourse, had bcei i watered by Mr. Hedger, to whom th< | thanks of the community are due I The luncheons, under the supervision of Mr. F. Myers, were all that coul< be desired, and we feel he is to b< complimented on the happy, satis factory, and succes...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

THE SMOKE SOCIAL. The smoke social under (he auspices of the association was held at Don nelly's Commercial Hotel (Tattersall's) on Thursday night. About 60 per sons put in an Appearance. The catering, which was carried out in creditable style by Mr. Fred Myers, was much appreciated. The Misses Donnelly provided the viands. It was late before a start was made. In con sequence ef the Show committee hav ing been promised a sub-lense of the Oddfellows' Hall, which was denied them after the tickets were out, many were of the opinion that the social was lot coming off, and found their way o the circus. However, the gather ng was fairly representative. The Chairman (Mr. G. Clout, sr.) xplained the reason and offered an ipology for the late hour of fore gathering. He proposed the toast of • The King," which was received with nusical honours. Mr. J. Weeden (Mayor) proposed 'The Judges and Visitors." The judges had .given every satisfaction, •snd the society, were lucky in securing •he servi...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECTION 12—MISCELLANEOUS. FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

! SECTION 12—MISCELLANEOUS. FANCY. Best pencil drawing, lOci. C. Turner. ' Best drawing in chalks, 10s. May Whitty. Best collection of lady's fancy work, the work of exhibitor, JB1. Mrs. Berman. Collection of wood carvings, 5s. E. Oddy. Sample of embroidery, 5s. Mrs. Berman. S&jsple of shadow-work, 5s. Mrs. Berman. Best drawn-thread work, 5s. Elsie Taylor. Pair knitted socks, full pize, work of ex: hibitor, 10s. Mrs. J. B. Baxter. SCHOOL-CHILDREN'S PRIZES. PJajn needlework, open to girls under 14 years, ]Ut pi'ize 10s 6d, gift of Mr. W. H. Bridle, 2nd 5s. R. Angel. Fancy needleyvor^f, do., 5s. E.M.Davis. Darnjngi do., as. E. M. ]}ayj<;. Button-h"le work, do., 5a. E. M, Dfivje. Drawing, 1st prize L0* 6d, donated by Mv. C. \V. Vernon, '2nd 5s by; Society. R. Guy. Ornamental writing by girl, 5s gift of Mr. A. Davis, and 5s by Society. R. Guy. Best oil painting, being 10s 6d gift of Mr. J. Learmont, and 10s Ud gift of Mrs.'Nestor, 1st prize 15s,. 2nd prize &lt...

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 — 3 March 1903

A shooting affray occurred at Jugiong on Saturday, February 21, the result, it is alleged, of a personal quarrel which had for some days waged between two men, Thomas Sheehan and Bonnett, residents of Jugiong. The former, it is stated, visited Bonnett's house on Saturday afternoon, when, in the presence of Bonnett's brother, mutual incrimina- tions were indulged in. A scuffle ensued, during which a pea-rifle, which Bonnett held in his hand, went off, the bullet entering Sheehan's, back near the shoulder blade. Bonnett says the weapon was dis- charged accidentally. Sheehan was taken to the Gundagai hospital. At the Jugiong Court on Monday. Bonnett was remanded pending   Sheehan's recovery. BILIOUSNESS ' • : h •Is a condition characterised by a 'cliaturbiince of the .digestive organs. The ' atoniiion'i'is j debilitated,'the liver torpid; the bowels eonstij pated. There'is a.loathing of food, pains id the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue- and; vomiting, first of the undige...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Trip to Yarrangobilly Caves. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

Trip to Yarrangobilly Caves. (By " One of Them.") As members of our party fix their eyes and rivet their wondering gaze upon the principal parts of the Jersey Cave, viz. : the Organ, the Indian Bower, Cleopatra's Needle, Jersey Shawl, Flower Garden, etc., their capture was of such a nature as to defy and baffle description. It was undoubtedly, the cave that came in for the most praise, as none of the others can compare with it for majestic grandeur and general beauty, although in my opinion there are portions of the " Castle Cave " equal to it—in fact, equal to any similar sight ever witnessed. The other caves are Harrie Wood, Greek Gave, "Little Cave, Easter Cave and the Grotto, all of which have been discovered and explored by Mr. Beattey, who has filled the position of caretaker at a salary of £100 per annum for 11 or 12 years. As I stated in a previous article, it would be useless attempting to give anything approaching a description of these caves, suffice it to say that people...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 March 1903

GENERAL. The Tumut Advocate is available for delivery by all country mails leaving Tumut on tbe day of publication. ! Dr. Griffith who was Dr. Mason's | locum tehens at Tumut during that worthy medico's visit to Tasmania, has definitely decided 'to po^menoe practice iu: Gundagai. " iPlate-layiu^ .on 't^e ^undagai to Tumut railway is., .to be commenced from the Gundagai ,end this week. The piles at the openings for viaducts and bridges, as far' as the bridge between Gihnore and Killarney hotels, Uavo been driven, bflt ppflgress with tbe decking is proceeding slowly. The decking of . the long viaduct thrqugb Calafafc flat has not yet' been started.; Additional hands have been given em ployment. A batch of interesting reading mat ter is unavoidably held over. Sale of Constable Wilson's furniture and effects, &c., at the polico-statiou, Shepardstown, on Tuesday next. Mr. A. W. Molineuux, auctioneer. • The Blaclc ■ Gate find on':Kitnp and Nangus holdings, has not provud up tj exp...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKETS. Homebush stock sales Estate D. McKinnon, 7 bullocks, avg. £8 17s ; R. Whitticker, Gellingroe, 3 steers, avg. £3 Os Id, 11 heifers, avg. £2 16s 4d; H. B. Smith, Darbalara, 11 heifers to £8, avg. £6 18s 9d. Sheep.—W. Richardson, Deltroit, 245 w lis Id, 60 w 10s, 162 e 9s, 68 e 8s 6d; — Givney, rail Gundagai, 272 w 8s 4d, 49 w 7s 6d ; Estate D. McKinnon, Brungle, 35 xbw 10s lid, 11 xbe 10s 8d, 1 m e 10s 8d, 47 xbe 8s lid, 1 m r 110s 4d, 2 xb 1 8s lOd, 3 xb h 8s lOd; W. B. Smith, Dar\x=req-\ balara, 6 woolly mixed sheep 10s 6d, 48 mixed sheep 7s. W. ,H. Smith, Darbalara, 15 lambs 12s 9d,, 14 at , 9s, 8 at 8s 3d, 11 at 7s 5d, heifers to £8, avg; £6 18s 9d.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 March 1903

COMMERCIAL. LONDON WOOL SALES. The following sales in the London wool market are reportedGRW over B Park, Illaho, sup. comb llid, bid, 1st comb lid bid; RFH,'Yab\x=req-\ tree, sup. comb Is 2d, 1st comb Is 2d, Is 2id, 2nd comb Is 0|d, Is lid, 1st pieces Is l^d. The Yabtree prices were the best ot the first series for New South Wales greasy wool.

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