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Land for Settlement. CONFLICT BETWEEN ORIGINAL AND ADDITIONAL SELECTORS. PRACTICE OF THE DEPARTMENT UPHELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Land. lor Settlement. CONFLICT BETWEEN ORIGINAL AND . ADDITIONAL SELECTORS. . EBACTIGE> OF THE DEPARTMENT - , . UPHELD. Complaints have been made in various parts of the country at the ac tion of the Lands Department in throwing open land in such a way that both additional and original selection may be taken up on the same day, the Land Board adjudicating between the contesting applicants. It is urged in some places that advantage should be taken of section 1 of the Act of 1903, and that the land should be open for " additionals " only. After the "■ ad ditional" men were satisfied, the " original " applicants could come in. The officials of the Lands Depart ment state that this suggested prac tice is quite possible of adoption, but that were it attempted it would be more open to objection than the pre sent system. The department, it is further pointed out, in dealing with' matters of this kind, has to he guided by general principles.' The intention' of the • Grown Lands Act Amend...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers and Settlers' Association. THE COMING CONFERENCE. (On the Land in the 'Herald.') [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Farmers and Settlers' w . : Association ^BE COMING CONFERENCE (On ihe Land in the 'Herald.') The conference of delegates from the branches of the Farmers and Settlers' Association) which will open hat Dubo : on June' 7, promises to have aD un usually interesting session. Exciting debates and resolutions which may alter the character of the successful organisation of settlers may be antici pated. J Though the executive ap proached, the proposal that more di rect .use.should be made of the power of /the association in Parliamentary - elections most cautiously,: it is very evident .that the fruit of much political discussion and thought -was ripe for the ,gathering. The branches have . responded with various, resolutions to be .submitted to the'conference, and in all, probability delegates will have be fore them a choice of action; in respect to the elections ranging from the moderate , suggestions of the execu tive to. the most extreme means of plunging into a party conflict. ,The.exe...

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 — 26 April 1904

Condition 19 a very serious matter in Out Tohacooa. We often see good leal spoilt through being packed in tins that are not'air- ' tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in" perfect condition, ready for the, pipe,— neither too dry nor too moist. ANKEE Tobacco is packed in Patent Air-Tight Tins, and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh ■ and sweet. It i3■ also sold ill Plugs - Dark and Bright—and to those who prefer a Mixture, we can honestly say that no better Mixture is sold than "Y.D." Mixture. igk your Tobacconist

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Mr. G. H Reid in a corner. "A SERIOUS SITUATION." [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Mr. G. H Risid m a coiieK '"■'f'% SERIOUS ' SITUATION." The : ready ; rescourcefulrsesg- of ' the; leader of the Opposition pulled through a 'crisis' at Albury on -Saturdaysayir' the -'News.1 When the- mail; trin^'ar^ rived and' Mr. Reid stepped on fcp' tlie'' platform there was an eager'tush of cabmen who were desirous of securing; the privilege of conveying tho'bulky' politician to his hotel. yKl'itf'tirider-ff stood that the freetrade leader' pays fcjf weight instead of by time, which pro^' bably explains why he is so: much1 soiight • after by cabmen. On; Satur-; day about a dozen of them all lined ' op simultaneously, and the droll man. at oiiee fell back on his political train-: ing and experience for a diplomatic wa^r out'of the difficulty. Standing back; frbiir -1 he '• line of • the pressing appli,-1 cants and takin'g'ttp his well-kno^rn posture, Mr. Reid' remarked wilhl a, fineassumption :of gravity: 'Gentle-1 men this is a very serious situation^ as you wiirsee, :it is a p...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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The New Federal Ministry. FORMED BY MR. WATSON. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

! Sydney n,ij.r s 1*!!' >1 aavJi lb' is undetst$o<V that :|hd V|w •-Federal Ministry MlLvconsi8fc[of;i M*iV J. C. \^'H,tson, "PreiiiWl lajhd Treasurer; ]Vii?. (|!% Kiu^Hionj-;Mm^ev iofcwjixternal | AS|»i^sf. MrU |l.|' $j. ;<Batcheloi', Mii}is$jr of 'iH6mo;: Ap'aira; Mr. H. B. Higgin|, Attj&'rnfeyf;frekieir|l; "•Mr." |of Defenco ; Mr. TI. Muhou, Ministdr|of Customs ; Senator Dawson, Poatm&s siterx(^eu;e.ra,jS: ^flnalJpe'Mc^regpr, V|iije jtbe, blxecu fci v<j;£ou rjcil; One or t\v£>' chang|sfitV|!t°be a^oVe list is probable. 13:6 V"- -./--TuosdaJl ivi r. vvacsojQ expect^ to :l>e abld |to aannouiigQ names of the memoirs $| pte'S^pi'i|efc to-mqtrom He Mas ^ha^l^li&^fcure Mr. Kingston asfl c. colleague. Mr. Watson soughtj^he sanction of the caucus and the Mel yhourpe.Tradea HaU for Senator-Tron ^th's'iiichfeiorivhMtb^fch ft.i'0 obdurate. , It is rumoured fbat iiftv Watson {Will fee granted a cUesrtluiiotfihi'the evenfcof "t...

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 — 26 April 1904

;Tiie ;BB.ST;'rj?KA'L;ii ks't that' catfljc' feiv&3t pn&jr ■bruiiaGS, 'sprains," scalds >or liker inju'nw--isPar iVee^.iipp.lichtion •';of^7£h&&lMWlata%,0.3>»i& l},aimv,,it .ullays tlipvpain almost Juatantlyj should always lib kept .on hand.., For, sate by 1>EA11CE & JjONG, ADBLONG/• ; • ^Summer; samples.1 now in"; 'aU ffio latesir [styles and patterns to ohodse froni; • jBuita; ifroin ; £3 3s, :at GjsoiiGE Jackson's^ TfiiUoryi •nextio,Dr. Lee-: .Surgery, Adeloiig. ■ ;1 ;»a llUS COLD CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS; j r,COJIGH.REMEDY. :;0;^ ! ,Sv. J. "Leo, 'p! Out-trim, "Victoria, mifaat.* ■ '' Messrs/'Chamberlairi Medicine Co.," Gentle anen. :^Havingcontracted a very severe col4;j I, tried; your CJough Remedy. It completely* jcured, me." . Have no- fear of pneumonia^ i\vhen'*yo),» use' this remedy. It counteracts, any tendency of a eoitl 'to result in, that* 'clangorous disease. For sale by- PEABC)®* & LONG, ADELONG. : A 'It.is...

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 — 26 April 1904

Farm and Station. Wool sales were,held in Sydney) Jas" week, and the without alteratidtt^inSTaliieB.!' ;Btt! es included;—JSH over'Tumuti 10 at 9d; long, sound, well-growfrBtapU!. \ Dissatisfaotioii is <*9Uflaj|S|ati the composition \ ^Bja -^i^ra.s Some time ago, 'for reasons^ of economy, the police magistrate was given a seat without fees on the board. At the time it was thought the P.M. had sufficient,court;work in this large district to occupy1 his - undivided at tention. ItwasHin'derstood the P.M. was not expected to neglect the court for the land .board:sitting. /-The-board-, was due to commence on Tuesday, but as the P.M.'was'engaged on court -.work-in-another town, and -another member being ill, there was no quorum, the chairman, alone.• attend ing; ; ;;Theref6re'-two daya'^cases had lo ^e -postponed" to next sitting. Much inconvenience was thus oc: .jbasionedj .as^persbns having business before the board came to town, be sides-delaying for three months de cisions ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

110\V. !T0 WAIiD.QFF A B1LI0L'H • 'UTi'ACij: - : "Witb ipost'; people Syho' We svTbjeeb "to; liilious atthoKsV hea'Jftche;iis-the first indica-' tiqn-;dij >.the ;diseasa^ and ■■ if iOhamberlaln's ^tonjjich Oiiid Rivet* TaMefo) aio ;takqn air.' qucc^anil jltiUfi iood aii)V no meftt cqton for nj day oi;twtf,',tKe attack.iiiay in.fiupst casu^s, bewarded 'oft". Just Wh^t 'You Need." Qnlyu l/«r '/Qold by TEARGE it LONG,. i&BlQJjtG. V ? .. =

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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N.S. W. RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. SOUTH WESTERN BRANCH. ANNUAL AL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

N.S. W. RUGBY FOOTBAIilj " ' - UNION.. * SOTJTH^cWESTERN'- BRANCH"' "■ * 5A.N»UAL'MEETINQ;!j>n ;iA meeting of-delegates forming the executiveofthe South-Western Branch of the N.S;W Rugby Football Union was held at Donnelly's Commercial Hotel, Tumilt, on Saturday. The following delegates were present": Messrs. J. Patterson and G. Dolphin (Grahamstown), J." Sullivan and -Fi lioomes (Gundagai); W. Broomhead (Coofcaraundra) and G. Wilkinson and H. Patterson (Tumut). Mr. Broom^ head occupied tbe chair. - . ; The' secretary's report 'showed that Tumut won last year's competition by 11-points. —The report; dealt prin cipally with Country Week in Sydney and the Rawson Cup competition which''!ik to1'be competed for this season by - country clubs; The premiers of this branch are to play Goulburn, and the winning team then play in;the City during CountryWeek against other country teams for the 'Rawson Cup. ■ The repori'vwas adopted.' ■ • i The balaDce-sheefc' was- thea' read,' a small balan...

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THE WAR. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

THE WAR. London, Thursday. """'Russian War Office officials assert t^at there are now '811,000 Bussian soldiers at the front in Manchuria. , On the same authority it is alleged, that Russia does not intend to send juoro men to the front at present, owing to a shortage of supplies. ' General Kuropatkin (commanding Jhe-Ruesian,-land forces) reports - that *5oWof the japaneso transports'have anchored in the Gulf of Chiug-fcai toze,25 versts (about 17 miles) west of Ta-tung-kau, near the mouth of the Yalu River. Others are at Seng-, obing, to the east of the estuary. n< The Russian general adds that'all is i'jiow quiet along the Yalu frontier, 'although the Japaneso forces in Northern Korea are steadily increas ing. ,„..yiee-Admiral Skrydloff, who has been appointed to succeed Vice Admiral Makaroff in command of the Bussian naval forces in the Far East, has told an interviewer that he intends to jealously reserve tho fleet now at Port Arthur for a great occasion. Iti is ■ not...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

>; I FOOTBALL. ' I l.'] ffobarralong,y' Gilmore. and,.. Ade-.. long have nou affiliated in' the com-: petition this season. Several players of the latter club have left the district,' but, nevertheless, the " Beds," who distinguished themselves well last season and were premiers the previous year, with " the inclusion of a |e^ juniors—such as Bellamy and "Ayre's—" should have been abla to get .together a fair ■ combination, :;bqt;/at Grahams-'\ town .are coming to the front, no doubt we will see some of the '-'Reds''' figuring among that team. ,,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Latest War News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Latest War News* . London, Monday.';> «] niH repotted that the first Japtoese ' anny corps is a4yancing,in.the middle ) leaehes pffthe <"¥&lu <to| Qtltfljapic?'tUo?. Russian position . on tha./.right It will pitob'ably take several weeks; tbfi cross too mountain pasBesJi Ther&Sfteuno&rGnly) tbree>i>fttii§ntii3j in wM

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

y !: -ANNUAIi -~ I t 5' > p?he| following weights have.. l?egr^ adjusted for the nnd&tf^ibibiscj; evratsjto be run at the a^w^nRjetiri^ on»Ma^4 and 5 :— " 1 'I ••J "rWAG6Av-Cu'r.' " '• Ibexi: { 1/V7" Yifti Y«m^' 9^^'6 '!lTi3e.8io!uf. 9 " 4 Pafyof "0 KT Mevl'dian' ^. 1$ Sojano ... Yuranfgh 8 4 'lTreraSfar''*' ^ J 0 Drl)mcfaa 7 9 Madge ... 7 8 Fnfst May 7$ 8 Bail ... 7 4 M^naapn 7j§f 8 Corn Gob 6 12 St$rhpe ... 6||t0 (Seymour G 7 Roibtlev 6--17 2&iT % ? ; r (,v1 ^ j ■ | First H^jkulk Race. ^ Coitri'i^sio'er 10:3 8 Lorna '.. 10 5 Uiiiutbee ,.. lcf'fs 4 Illusion 10 8, Book | ... IQI'10 Sfcarlock ^fpfST; Fej36ralist... 9$ 5 Corn Cob 9 5 Loyklty ... 9;^3 pAll^vays> ~9?0 Hong'Kong 9/ 0 » >£ • % i~', ,/

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Soi^e^oeiiig %,d G^epei'kl ^krriei'y, pNTIMATES to his friends and the general public that he has OOMI^NjSI L SHOEING and GENERAL FARRIERY BUSINESS in prjnijEses Aiji MERRTFULL'S RESIDENCE, t: &..X...A JSl. V TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG, and by CLOSE ™AfWNMbS"to"bl(l®WrM^OTX$ti[$t!E^I6to'T35'rXro®iE, • couftsffl" ARE of GENERAL SUPPORT;. . ;,rti rt-frr-"7 - -P-RICES'r 5/6^ W. ROYAL MATT, ^LIVERY STABLES, Commercial Hotel. EV1JR55 .'description of. vehicles and liorses for hire. Kcnic and ptheE parties eonveyetl to any Jparfc of the district. Cl {■ y ■' I ' '' ■ ' ' > ' ' t - ' i •Patiirengcrs called for and taken to and -^ from the Bailway Station daily. : YMEC&i HffiSCH-1'i TKEri/. f)enti#t;'' 1 • • •;o1 ) ,/i^ij^WjaTKBEr,; y tSr* (Two.idoors.lfrom Mr. Robins' Pharmacy). , „ vl rips. . „ t&mi&B nan tthutrKi JbOa&. TOJaHEfiSANtTORIUMrOF "T^lV^pUTH. Yarrongobilly "Caves, Kiandra, >. 'vCoofiaa'^iul other .pafts pftho district-70 XTAS wi^erereil ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

W. HOWARD RDSSEIv SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG Several sums of money' to lend on , approved securiry. 1^. Macquctfie ^asssill, Jforgwtt J&ttiisi, TUMUT. Up-to-date Photography. HANSEN, ADELONG MIDGETS, Gd. CABINETS, Is (id.. PANELS, 2s 6d. • VISITS TUMUT PERIODICALLY ' THE GRAHAMSTOWN V Butchering ' Hstablishment. STREWEEK, Wholesale and Eetai . Butcher, in thanking the public o firahamstown and surrounding district for th') patronage accorded to him in the past, wsures his customers that by slaughtering. the very best beasts procurable in the dis-' triot he will endeavour to supply them with meat as prime as that lor which his butchery has hitherto been reputed. Corned Meats & Small Gouus , Once deaF with S. TREWEEK an * jpHE UNDERSIGNED; prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH marsupial skins, sheep skins, hides, ! In Large or Small Quantities, nd will pay Weekly Vis to ADELONG on-' TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS' OMMEEOIAL HOTEL. * JAMESlnJDSON, Tumut. ! MRS, G. E. S...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate. TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1904. Downfall of the Deakin Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Tin TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1904. 'Downfall of 4he ^Bea&iji Government- - 4 The ousting from ^office of ^heyfjrsj; Ministry of the Commonwealth Par-; liament'1 was- - 'effected on Thursday, -ndghtf«when-fb "-division-was -4ake»>-on : an amendment by Mr, | Andrew, Fisher (Q.) to clause 4 of the Arbi-; tration Bill, providing for the infelu- i -aion-of-alL-Public . servant of the j Commonwealth and the States in the j {Bill,. |the'!resultv<)f the;voting being 38; for the amendment" and 29 against it. ' The Arbitration Bill was introduced; into the House of Eepresentktives by ■ ■ths Minigtyy^ an'd clause^ Exempted! .ciilOei^^ts>.j&pMi.ib:e>,.^p4;ation of j its provisions. The nfext day; Mr. Deakin handed his | resigna- • "tion td'the-^dVenior-General and on; Watson. (Labour leader)! r^peecht^pMPSp &£,-4ej)fite (was that! !§ifr ylBlif- #<&«£■ #ofcrest. Inf •^be..ias^mfe.w mqjneqts^Jeft him to 1 Ipole^foli'a'.iie%£ve an open; conf...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

Hi SBj|pfra*BST We •haUlboJ 1 glad to hear frbgy i. pifiwi j I y Ask us any- l ' ■■•ndoliB* flHhlbal GoodsiU '1 We will reply at , | once. *c'» *c' 4 W/H. Paling & Co >4fd-j t ^ t'* mamtiMhttrim, f'

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ALBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

.The vjAtburyi iRacing Club "held its annual meeting Thursday.laafc^^under-mosfe-fayourable circumstances. The results of the various events Arenas-follows:— First.,. $«rdle JRace, Jl.,. anUep— Crqnj^ f(9.^)j^,(Mlusipn| %. Loyally'' and 'Angus'" also started. Time, 4.7$. ,.;v/i;of l-u Trial Stakes, o'furlongs.—Decree (8I&f arid-- -Firedamp- tlead heat. Time, 1.21; ; -vi¥M9ga taad^>rd^avl^oBgfe. Transvaal (7.12) 1, Eely (8.0) 2, Lightfoot (6.12) 3P' Time, 1.20. ^lbury jQ,ap,A oJHKMjKsoMsv,-? 1; jnile [3 fiI^Qngs.^Dr9^anai(6^12) l], Bfana json (6.12) 2, The Snail (9.0) 3. 'Dramariate star ting 'price was 15- toi. , svas, the: favourito'.a;t'; 3 to'!'t: ja$$$s1iy'}' ^Yutu /'.Yum, ",'Meri'^iany: l^aoi'ijr.Sanessft, N-imbus, The Loafer,: (Seymour'. and Legatee also started. Won by three-quarters of a length; •^in]e,:'^.27,''iexactly :^j9',9ecpQd'slo^r, ithap .Yuni^Yum'SiCup last year. , | i. LadieH! $racelety<i ■ 7 ■•■furIorigs;Ji-> jBootfi <(l'$,i2) :...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 26 April 1904

<'SPO]®IiNW '.i' f. Sfil'l V u A > ■' - > -THE ; »PURP.; ' ; RACING-FIXTUBES. .. Wnggu, Gug .meeting, May 4 and 5. : ' Narandei'a Turf Club, May 18 and 19. Juncottacing Club, May 11 an^, 12. . . , In the First Hurdle Race at the Albtiryannual meeting, Loyalty, the er^llgCTumut^oi'^j lea^efl aftef !.ihe local < '(flu b's • .annual' ^meeting ■ '■ 5to;';E. CiftiMuy Vfell a.fc tbe-laafchutdle -arid ap peftrfed'kb' roll • over his 'rideir !(Arthur /ulJ.in'jamtin eqnpcfous icopditipn. ,;The injftred jqckoy-soon afterwards recovered!con* scioiisgess, .find was removed .to thefAfc Mospital,whore .an :i , examination showed he,was, not seriouslyhurfc.; i. , 0:Tlie iRiyerina Horseowners Assobia* iion, >vhiqhnow boasts an enrolment of ^ members, representing the leadiilg owners,of the,southern.districts,.ata meeting, at Alhury last week,veon firmed},, thq; following resoution :— Thaino member .pf this Association shall, on ajid after. 1st August, 1904, nominate w...

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