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WAGGA SHEEP TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

WAGGA SHEEP TEST. The importance which the -rabbit io. dustry is assuming in .the Albury dis trict may be judged from some figureB given by George Siddall, Sydney and Melbourne, and exporter, in a con ference with landowner^ at Wodonga. He said that between April and August of last year he paid to trap pers between Gerogery .and Wodonga £4037,- and -for-the-same period at German ton £2300. He was confident that next year the rabbit trade of Australia would reach £1,000',000. He informed the conference that he was prepared to erect freezing works in Wodonga at a cost of fpm £8000 to £5000, provided the landowners in the district would allow him the right to all rabbits oh their land. They could put on trappers if they wished, but they must give him a guarantee that he would get all the rabbits caught on their land. The minimum , price would be 4Ad per pair, but if the market price rose he would raise his prices < also, i He es timated that if the works were estab lished at...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

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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 — 3 May 1904

Farm and Station. At a sale of a dairy heard at Berry last week, 50 milking cows averaged £8 a head, and one shorthorn heafer realized £21. At a, meeting of the Oarcoar Pastures Protection Board held on Thursday, the following resolution waa carried:— « That this, board, bieing aware that the chief labor commissioner has circularised the Police Department as to placing unemployed on country lands to make a living by rabbit catching, absolutely disapproves of and objects to any such persons being sent to this district for the purpose men tioned, as poisoning is being actively carried on, arid' is the only effective means of dealing with the pest." It was considered that.the compulsory retention of the ears on sheepskins would materially lessen sheep-stealing, throughout the State. Messrs. T. AllBopp and Sons notify farmers that they- will complete the grinding of their own stock of wheat in a few. weeks, and advise those having wheat for grist or maize to be cracked to send it along ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

■ Mail Services. F«om January 1, 1004, the times for the olosinR Of mniJrf atthercapectivopost-oflifcoB :aro as follows:— •; ADELONG Shopaidstown, Grahamstown, ' Adelong Crossing, Gundagai, Sydney, &o., daily i at 1.80 p.m. . Middle Adelong, Batlow, Laurel Hill, Bago, Cherry Hill, Courabyra, and Tumba rumba, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12.80 p.m. Mt. Adrah; • on Wednesdays and Satur days, at 12.80 p.m. Sharp's Creek, on Wednesdays and * Fri days, at 12.80 p.m. TUMUT West Bloweringand Yollowin—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Lacmalnc and Argalong—Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Gooup—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. lllowering, Tiilbingo, Yarrangobilly, Yar rangobilly Caves and ICiandra—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Gilmorc, Adelong, Adelong Crossing, Gun dagai,' Cootamundra, South and Sydney Daily, at 1.85 p.m. Money order and Government Savings Bank business tnansacted between' 9 a.m. and 5 pirn. Postal notes sold between 9 a.m. and (i p.m., and paid between 9 a...

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 May 1904

. THE, GREAT HERBAL REMEDY, CUBES , J ' . I KIDNEY DISEASE, ' BLOOD POISONING 1 ^ f! i and GENERAL DEBILITY. . : I , * Maylands. W.A. i 'Dear Sir,—I have muoh pleasure in testi tifying to < the great amount of good re ceived by my mother in taking VITADATIO. : She suffered from Kidney Troubles, which I understood brought on Blood Poisoning, re sulting in a large and painfulsore on one leg causing general debility. In all my mother took fifteen bottles of VI I'ADATIO. The Bore is completely healed, and her general health is very much. improved. You have liberty to quote my mother's: case as being genuine. Yours gratefully, S. KENT. P.S.—Mrs.'Kent is an aged lady. The sore was about twice the size of one's hand. For further particulars, ; S. A. PALMER, Head Office, Clarendon St. N.' Sooth ■ (/.Melbourne. Correspondence' invited. Write for''Testimonials. , 5 ,*;> The price of medicine is 5/(5 and 3/6<;perf f ' bottle. Elliot Bros. Ltd.; SiDNEr, ;" /Sole Agent3 ...

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 May 1904

THE "ADVOCATE" OFFICE FOR JOB-PRINTING. In all its Branches. BEECHAM S PILLS are the most efficacious medicine yet known forttae cure of all forms of INDIGESTION, BILIOUS. DISORDERS, SICK HEAD ACHE/POORNESS -OF BLOOD, NER VOUS DEBILITY, AND GENERAL WANT OF TONE. Unquestionable testi mony of this fact can be obtained by almost anyone anywhere. BEECHAM S PILLS cleanse the bowels, give tone to the stomach, gently stimulate theliver,remove bile,purify ; the bloo'd, and; in short, soon make every organ of the body healthfully to perform its allotted function. Their use brings the ; body to a high condition of health and ■ fitness and fortifies it against disease, BEECHAM'S PILLS will put you . " in condition " and cnable you to ward off chills and to escape ail ments which are often the forerunners of serious and lasting illness. On the first sign of any irregularity of the system, a timely dose will save further trouble and' suffering. BEECHAM'S PILLS have for many years proved themselv...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECTION IV.—SCHOOL WORK. Judges—Mrs F J Tonking, Miss Richards and Mr A W Watson Stewards—Misses Reardon, Corbett and Sullivan [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

SECTION It.—SCHOOL WORK. "Judge's—Mrs F J Tonking, MisB-Kicharda and Mr A W Watson • Stewards—Misses Eeardon, Corbett and ' Sullivan • 8 D 1 Best letter on any subject, by Jbpy. or; girl ,14yrs or ;un3er \ r ' fascial " 2 6 Mil^la^Brfai^' X'jfcJ? £ ■ 1 ' $ Best exercise by"boy or 'girl llyrs or under (special by . , Mr W Harrison) . Vi .., 2: 6'. in., Miss,Sa,raUjLiniibeqk .#■$, '"S.-Besfci'fiopy took jb;^ hoy ior«giri.v!i Vl4yis ominde'r, riot LeSs.thw^ ■ 12 pages (special by Mr W ; Harrison) .. •• •* 2:6 MissHIleilly 4 4 Best copy book by boy or girl llyrs or under, not less than ; . 0 pages (speoial.by Mr ,W.E , , *; V Jones) { ' .«,» ®. ®.. Miss Amy Hartnett 5     Best copy book by boy or gift .   jl&yrs or:) under (special by ' 1 ' Miss'E Christian) ' .. 2 <5 Miss Elsie Cottam 6 6,Best mapping by boy or girl   14yrs or under- (special by     Mrs R Cottam)   &nbs...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 May 1904

ADELONG. Mr. W. Bootes, of Graharnstown, has been unfortunate in losing one of his draught horses, which , he valued at £35. The cause of death is attributed to the bot fly. - ; .Lovers of the Terpsichorean plea sure are reminded of the Oddfellows ball which takes place to-worrow night. Mr. J. Perfect, a very old resident of Adelong and who still enjoys good health, was the first person to bring a team through from Sydney to Adelong. Thc "Government • " Gazette " of   April 29 contains preliminary notices to cancel certain gold-mining leases within the Adelong Goldfield unless the rent is paid within a specified ' time. The report of the recovery of the sulky stolen from Mr. J. G. Mc Laughlin's: Commercial Hotel yard, has been confirmed, and two men supposed to be concerned in the theft have been arrested. The vehicle had been painted over the varnish, and .-several removable parts substituted by dissimilar ones.

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 May 1904

GENERAL.   Municipal Council meeting to   night. The Gundagai retail butchers have   raised the price of meat all round, It will be interesting to our readers   to learn that the Usher of the Black Rod in the State Parliament passed through the Tumut district on his way to Manus Station, (Upper Murray) as early as 1888. "Mr. Ralph Cottam jr., of Ferndale, Lower Bago, was the victim of a   very painful accident a few days ago. The wheel of a waggon being drawn by a team he was driving passed over his foot, crushing it severely. It will   be some weeks before he is able to use the injured limb.   It is with deep regret we have to   chronicle that after Mr. Thomas Keefe's prolonged and. expensive ill-   ness, he is confronted with further   trouble. His eldest daughter has been   ordered and has gone to Sydney for treatment for a spinal affliction. We hope a...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE AVENUE OF ESCAPE A EAST ANGLIAN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

km AVENUE OF ESCAPE Vv..;——! I T " Alv JSAST rANJSlilA^T. -:-STOIlY. Sixty-jyears ago 'large farms were the exception in ^ ^certain parish : in. .;East AngJia, ■ England, and : small .holdings the rule—a .state of .things Entirety rei ersqd at. the present time. moor's the pity-in it"," as ■XSipsy^. said.". I - Robert Thatcher was ' at that • time. -'the- tenant ; of one of the cottages, | ;witli-:about 20 acres of : arable land, J imqst;;of. which lie cultivated as a inark^tr gardcn, and on the rest grew J grainy swedes, and carrots for - -Ms' horses and cows. " | 'I He'liad been a widower for a littlo ■ over-ihree years, when, he- brouglit -ihome;:'Hosanna, to be a .mother' to i'lite;.- little - children, by his' 'ItttSfcr; jnareipge. : -k . The" second * marriage on " his part ■ was. mostly ■ for the sake of conveni-j once. Hut there • can fee' no doubt -.of ' ;the deep love the -girl had .for her • ■middle-aged s husband. And X am glad to- think of this, for she had'I much to be...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE INDESTRUCTIBLE GOOSE. A DOMESTIC DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

THE INDESTRUCTIBLE GOOSE. ; .vA,; DOMKSTIC DRAMA. .- •'.Thejgre daylight; burglars, that's' whatrtiiey are!—snorted Mr Jobs on, throwing down • tlie -evening paper.' >!.But iX know ; one; manthey're not going 'to gouge. - , -Mrs ., J obson very-linldlyv asked hair to whom he re.crred. ■ - " . . v " ".TEese sandbaggers : and : highway men who deal in'poultry!"',excitedly, leplied Mr J obson. ' I see; here in theMjaper;,: that t they're s intending. to' grab people by- .the, throat >andx iorce^ 'eni to " dig up 25 cents a pound i-for, their ^iturkeys—the - nerve r ol them •!>. Arid; it countryman-with - wliom.lvwas talltingvEhe- other' day—lriend of. mine' who^iyes ■: in .Virginia—rWas • telling :mo: that this hadiAiueii'.therbest turkey • year- m^ his experience. They're rob bers, "that's what-.they .are.'^s', . Mrs J obson went i^ahdad ■ with .her' needle,v.work, rbut,'alter-va."«pause j.- she; ventured:. • . # ' .."Butyl suppose; wo wjlf'have'to: have!; ;a, turkey for. Sun...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

USEFUL HINTS. Put a pinch of' saltpetre In the vases In which flowers are kept; this win make them look .better and keep fresh; for a much longer time than they would other wise do In plain water. Simple Preservation of Eggs .— A simple plan Is to bury the eggs in salt, standing them upright, instead of laying them on their sides. They may thus be . preserved for a whole year. To prevent bright pans from being . blackened by stroke, rub with fat before putting them on the Are. Wash with .'hot ' Water and soda after using them, and' they will be quite bright. A small sponge saturated with oil of la vender and hung near the bed, or a hand kerchief moistened and hung near the Invalid's couch, will be found an efficient' aid in driving away intrusive files. ' An Easy Way to Peel Beetroot.—Aa soon as the beetroots are sufficiently cooked, place then? in a vessel and pour cold water on them, and by gently pres sing them the peel will' come off easily. A greasy hearth should not be made we...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN SOMALILAND THE MULLAH AND HIS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

IN SOMALI LAND THE MUIjIjAH AND HIS MEN. An Interesting study of to-day is So maliland, with the attendant figure of the Mad Mullah. About eleve'n years ago there was a Somali shopkeeper.in the'ra tive town of Berbera, who varied his.life by going up country as factotum with small shooting expeditions. Gradually he became the mouthpieces of the local So-4 malis. and by his religicus preaching ga thered a large following. Matters be-■' coming rather hot for him, he fled to the •• desert, and in 1899 commenced operations by raiding tribss living 100,miles from the coast. .< i That.mam, Mahomed Bin Abdullah Has san, is now known as the Mad Mullali. j He was born near Galidi, . and in-appear ance is said; to be about 5ft. 10in., with good features, small dark moustache, ra ther stout, and weighing perhaps about ■ 15st. The Somaiis, generally speaking,. are light-brown in color, tall and wiry, .with good features, dark hair, but as a rule not very well-proportioned. Their | la...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

ADELONG. At a meeting of the committee of the Literary Iustitute, at which there were, present Messrs* W. G. Harvey (chair), H. O.Aiken, J. D. Brown, W. Stephen, W. Hawkins, W. J. Merry full, W. Ritchie, J. Quinnell, W. D. Heather and Miss Perkins, sundry accounts to the amouut of £15 were passed for'payment, and it was resolved to purchase new books to the value of £3 and to get fresh instalments each month. A'promenade concert, in aid of St. Paul's Church, Adelong, takes place in the Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow night. A capital programme will be presented, and during the evening re freshments will be provided. These kind of entertainments are becoming very popular in other towns and there is no reason why they should not be appreciated just as well here. Twelve points of rain were registered ! here on Friday morning, as the result of a heavy thunderstorm. There is a i nice spring in the grass here now. Mr. Albert Whitley and Miss Louisa Bourgoin, both of this town, were on ! Wednes...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO WASH WITH FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

TO "WASH WITH FLOUR. White woollen hoods or jackets ara> really very serviceable for children's... wear. Lamb's wool and angora are often used as trimming, too, end may be easi ly cleaned as follows:—Take a pan, put in some flour, and thoroughly rub it into ; the garment with your hands. Then go .out of doors and beat it. Lace curtains can also be cleaned in this way. Milk stains on a woollen dress or coat can be completely removed if absorbent x cotton is applied at once. "

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Batlow Flowed Show and Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

Biatlbw Flowed ^how >nd .; Industrial ^^hitoitidn, 1; The annual Flower, Fruit, Vegetable and Industrial Exhibition held vat Batloyv under the direction of mem bers of the Union Church came off in Brucewater's Hall on Friday afternoon1 and eveuing last.' As' was'predictedy it1 was the best show ever held under the same auspices, and ail and sundry., worked enthusiastically to bring about the success achieved. The hall space proved quite inadequate for the ad vantageous display of tjhe very large number of exhibits, and at night the crowd -was so 'large that it was with the greatest difficulty the visitors who went to see (and not altogether to be seen) were able to •closely inspect the great collection. That our Batlow friends excel in this particular department of pro duction cannot be gainsaid. On this occasion there were more visitors from the neighbouring town than are wont to attend the Shows, and all sneak \in slowing teims of the superiority of this one. The Show was forma...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TO MEND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

TO MEND CHINA. V\';i . China may be mended firmly In the fol lowing manner, but two people -will be., needed for the work, as the manipulation, must be done rapidly. The necessary material are a little unslacked lime, pul verised, ;he cilghtly-beaten white of an egg, .and a small brush. Put the white of egg on the broken edges of both pieces - to be joined, and immediately dust one edge with the powdered lime. Put the two edges accurately and firmly toge- ^ ther, hold in place for a minute or two, then lay aside (;o dry.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

■ODDFELLOWS' BALL, ' TUMUT. ]^onda^, ,June 6,, 1904, Doable Ticket . .Gent-'s " ..5sOd , • > &ady's ;3b.O<J JUVENILE ■ BALL" Tuesday, ,7th jufae. > ADMISSION .. .. .. '1b. For OhronioOh«8k-Oomplaint3, • 1 Wooto'O i®W'

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GOSSIP LEMON CREAM—A TESTED RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

GOSSIP LEMON CREAM—A TESTED . RECIPE. ' : The above lemon cream is a fnvoritq of mine, as, besides being very plea sant to the tasted it'only takes about fifteen minutes to make, and is so use ful in tarts or for cheese-cakes. 'Soma, of my girl readers may like to try' it. Mix together the yolks of six eggs, a quarter of a pound of butter, a pontic] of loaf-sugar, the juice of six and grated rinds of four lemons. Stir over the tire till all is smooth and thick.

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Latest War News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

Latest War News London, Monday. , ,; lhe Japs captured Dalny on Fri « • ^"'Sixteen Japanese warships pro tected the landing on 10,000 troops at Kinchoa. Their gun-fire swept the narrow isthmus and the .10,000 Japs landetl at Fuchou and others at Tukushah. The Japs landing on the penin sula rapidly entrenched and mounted their quick-firing guns, destroyed miles of railway and telegraph lines and four bridges;. between Port Arthur and Newchwang. The Russians have commenced to evacuate Newchwang. The Russians anticipate a retreat to Harbin; The Japs' losses in blocking Port Arthur consist of six killed, 20 wounded and, 74 missing. An in cessant fire was poured into the channel. Russian official reports increase thei* casualties at Yalu. The Japs buried 1400 Russians. The Russiaus have 500 wounded in the hospitals and over 8000 prisoners. Fengwangcheng .whs occupied after skirmishing. The Russians withdrew after exploding the magazine, taking 800 wounded.

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