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AN ORIGINAL IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

AN ORIGINAL IDEA. Certain large English firms have been making a speciality of garments whlcV may be worn either side. A long travel ling cloak of dainty tartan may be used, as a cloak of plain cloth and skirts are being made to wear on both sides. The) seams are finished with stitching on both sides, the hem treated in the same way, for instance,a plain black cloth skirt may do duty one day, and being turned, ap pear as a tiny black and white check the next day. Besides giving double wear out of one skirt, the idea would solve the problem of excessive luggage. "It be worth while for a good firm here to make a supply of these garments for winter wear. Fortunately skirts are to be short. The effect of some to "be met nowadays is rather quaint. Apparently a school girl is approaching, but on closer inspec tion proves to be her mother. Another novelty is introduced in gloves which have a»detachable~ gauntlet, a. sort of cuff on a band, which buckles at the wrist. ' The-glove is complet...

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

Home and Foreign In the ericket match Warner's team v. rest cf England, the former have two out for 186 : Warner 27, Hay ward 48, Tyldesley (not out) 55.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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TELEGRAMS. Colonial. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

TKL^RMS. Colonial. . Sydney, Tuesday. Wheat is quoted at 2s lid, or 2s ll^d for choice milling; chickwheat Is l'ld to 2s 7d. Oats, local, Is 5d to Is 6d. Maize, prime yellow, 2s Id; other samples *2s; white, Is lOd. Sheep were firm yesterday, prime wethers 15s'6d to 22s 9d, medium 12s to 14s, best ewes 14s to 17s-6d, medium 12s to 18s. Cattle were slightly higher; bul locks £7 to £13 2s 6d, cows £5 to £8 4a. ■ Best beef was worth 25s per lOOlbs.... Speaking at Mosman last night, Mr. Eeid said the present position of Federal politics was intolerable. He declared himself junreservedly in favor of a coalition with Mr. Deakin upon terms of absolute equality. The an nouncement threw the audience into a state of wild enthusiasm. Mr. Reid said it was his intention to atroroach Mr. Deakin, immediately adding that the sinking of the fiscal question removed the chief difficulty to any negotiations. Mr. Deakin, speaking at Melbourne, also expressed opinion that the pre sent situation could not...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take , i r , Woods'. Great Peppermint Cure. . Is 6d„ Pbotect Yoombu> and :fiuftily againsfrai-i .tacks, of pneumonia by securing..at one* a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If :ihia remedy is taken on the first appearance pf , a cold all danger will be avoided. Ital-' wayupures anl ourcs quiokly.- tVr:8ftle by pyJiflCIE % w^ wqww,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Rabbit Trapping. THE TRAPPERS COMPLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

Rabbit Trapping. THE TRAPPERS COMPLAIN. . Rabbit trappers, iii the .Gundagai dis trict complain of. the number of rab bits that are cbiidemriediby the buy yfiri (says the ."Independent.") •,Some of them say that,-with the low price offering and the number of " rejects," they are barely able to make a living at the game. It seems, however, that the trappers themselves are to blame for the "rejects," as proper care in the dressing and met-, hod of forwarding has not been e.xqr-. cised. ' " >•' The following hints have been col lected with a view to eliminating to a certain extent this loss, and as they have been supplied by an experienced trapper can be relied upoa as being thoroughly practical and trustworthy. He advises trappers to make their con signment to Sydney daily, no matter how, small the quantity, for when the rabbits are, aljtawedt(£ accumulate thiey are liable to become stale and sweat, and. although at $uch a stajjge they aro not always unfit for food are rejected by ...

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

Hospital fComm^ttee. ' The regular monthly meeting of the committee of. the;] TuM®t,%Gjottage Hospital was held.. * at!; ?|£c. ' N. Emanuel's office .op Thursday night, there being w^en.^fiMBBBra. tfN. | Emanuel (presidetJj'aw^B^en^eec j retary), F. Marsh'(trfea^ret), K. ^T.> | Donaldson, Jas. Blakeqgjr, S. Groves, R. Dear aud J. Loarmon't." The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. -< The secretary- reported that there., ■jjvere Still four :pat.ients in the hospital Gifts of chickens bad been received from Mesdames Power and Myers, -vegetables from Mrs. Emery, books and papers from Mrs. J. Weeden and old linen from Mrs. Timmis. Miss Kritsch took up her duties as proba-, tioner on April 19, at; 10s per week. The hospital staff were Miss Thomas (matron), Miss Vickery (nurse), and iMiss Kritsch. The tender of George Willis for the supply of 20 cords of firewood in 2ft lengths-at lis 9d per cord had been accepted. Correspondence.—rJfagpi Miss Maude fanning,...

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

OCCUPATION LICENSES. . The Crown Land Agent at Turn ba rumba will offer for sale by auction, at Tumbarumba, at noon on Monday, May 30, the right to the , .following Occupation Licenses:— No. Ill, late Opossum Point re sumed area, 11,218 acres; parishes Jagumba and Lea and Welumba, county Selwyn; annual upset license fee for each section of 640 acres, £2. No. 11U, late Possum Point lease hold area, 9,719 acres, parishes "Wel umba, Lea and Jagumba ; annual up set license fee for each section- of 640 acres, £2. The blocks are from 25 to 30 miles from Tumbarumba, 85 ] miles ito| Albury railway station,sand'from 9i; to 14 miles from Walaregarig. The' water supply is Tooma Eiver . and numerous creeks. : • Any Annual Lease applications' for land within the licenses made' after this date will be held over until after the date of the sale; and if the licenses be sold, such applications will be refused.

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

H. STEWART, .^Plqimbori ;^c., havlb'gpbeen licensed by Jbbe Tumiit Municipal Council, is prepared ; to carry out connection with line yiyatier'' mains.* For Children's Hooking Cough at Night, . . Woods'Gwt Peppermint {Jnre, Je 6$,!

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CROWN LANDS SELECTIONS. UNDER THE AMENDING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

CROWN LANDS SELECTIONS. UNDER THE AMENDING ACT. Statement showing lands selected under the Grown Lands Act Amend ment Act of 1903 up to May 4 Homestead selections, 314,749 acres. Settlement leases, 472,074 acres. Conditional purchases, 188,751 acres. .Conditionl leases, 477,868 acres. The total area selected under the above tenures since the Crown Lands Act Amendment Act of 1903 came into force is 1,452,937 acres, and, in addition to the lands open to selection prior to the passing of that Act, an area of 1,749,146 acres has been made available.

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

JapaneseFair. The Japanese Pair, to which we allu^ed in.'ourvrlaat, tetmuiated on night';'; last, and taking the •season an^fiulPfrnes' into <- considera !ifc toast; ba adinitted it was an allround sifccG&Ss. Viiiii otic hurried report we igaVe'itiiit little description of the stalls. The first stall on the right of the entrance was the Produce Stall, under the able management of Mesdames Sturt and Crampton. This stall, as rwere all the other stalls, was on the top parts formed <• of cornstalks and bamboo, with fruit trees boughs at each end, covered with artificial blooms of paper the . Iadie3 had been making for many weeks past. Along the front of the stalls were trails of wysteria,-and . the flowers had to be closely inspected before it was seon they were not natural. Attractive exhibits of poultry, jams,-jellies, etc., contributed to the success the ladies who superintended it had. The next stall was the Flower Stall, under the supervision of Mesdam...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"LIMITATION OF SELECTING" NON-RESIDENTIAL LANDS. IMPORTANT FULL, COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

" WMITATI01| OP SELECTING^" flON-RESIDENTiU, ^ANlSS. '. / 1MPOMANT POLL, COURT DECISION. Minister for cntiim r8i"U6ing of an appli. Ww lodged by Charles F, Qbet. fuchspuber, for 'land"at 'Graf ton, was tfrgue^ blfofe^he Full £!ourt onJTjcir flay. '' 'f V.v / There wfts no appearance in support of the appeal. It appeared that at the date of bis application the applicant wa8 the owner of 299 acres' in the 'Eastern Division, held in fee simple, and by way of conditional purchase'' ;by transfer. On June 11 last he lodged an application for a conditional pur chase under seotion 47 of >the'Or6wn Lands Act of 1884, of 48 acres of land in the same division. On-September 17 the application came before the Grafton Land Board for confirmation or otherwise, the board disallowing it on the ground that the respondent' was disqualified under sections 40 and 41 of the Crown Lands Act of 1895, for the reason that the area of land applied for by him, if added to the area of the fee simple and cond...

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

Mrs. May Vivienne, the authoress of that bright .and interesting ^ork " Travels in Wes$er$ ^«$rt^a," is at present vising Tv\raui, and has placed orders ; for a number of copies of her book. Mrs Vivienne, who is a clever writer, iB hear mainly to glean in formation of the district which will be incorporated in a book on New South Waies^ to betasued during the yea?. Summer samples ^• the- latest -■tylWMft to c^ooap from. Suit from, j§3 8.s, at Qeoiwe Jackson's 'Tailor., newt to Dr. Lee Biliary, Adelong. ,. SEVISfti ATTACK .OF INFLUENZA y ;.v /. j . . CURED. > r It Rlvosbne great .pleasure to add my un solicited testimonial .to Ittie inany ;.viriuefcV 6t .Chambfrl«ip?s :Cough Bemedy. I »*s suffering from a fever^attack ,o£ .influenza and' bro4v$>8 w>d .was advised to try Cham ibdrlaift'sClough Bemedy, which I am'grate ful to&y, Idid with very benMoialreaqlt»r I feeltcpofident if any ono giveu^t a, ij*i£ triaj lit will give him the saUifao-i w tpNu, Ju>MK>KGf '

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A TERRIBLE BOOK. THE TRAGEDY OF LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

A TERRIBLE BOOK. •THE TRAGEDY Oil LANCASHIRE. vA-: reviewer -m. .the-' London-"Daily Mail'' vwrites>- as follows: on the • re cently published book, "The • Effects of .-.the l Eactory . System/'. .by -Allen Clarke:—.. l)o : ye . henrtho ehlldron rweeplns. v 0; .my i , . brothers? ,: . • Theynre weeping bitterly, T.bey :are't weeping ,1h -the playtime rof: the ■ - others • - In '.-the country . of the free. ■. There is-a little""book . which all ISngland- ought-jto read. It is; not a masterpiece ■■ of > letters; - .It; has no ro mance. It. is' not-. ; ev<}n -eloquent. !It is -sometimes vunjust.:-.;; But it is a book ■ which , is - terrible '.to :read. v - Was it> the: Bishop*: of 'Lopdon? .who told? London1? the l; other .-day thathe shut -hisv eyes i, to >all its-wretchedness —'lesti he'Should 'go-mad? -Ho, lest ■ it. •should go: mad, :-, England) if this book, is ; true, ! must . shut, its eyes to the slow'tragedy: of,< Lancashire, .Mr 'Allen Clark...

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 — 10 May 1904

Hofjses^oeii^ kqcl d;eT)ei{kl ITest'to Hr. A. B, MsnyfuU's £esideneot v-' "**' . • 6"ADELONG'c) W. H. Quinnell INTIMATES to his friends and the general public that he has COMMENCED a-'HORSE SHOEING and GENERAL FARRIERY BUSINESS in premises next to MR.'A./E. MEBRYFULL'S RESIDENCE, - TUMUT-STREET, ADELONG, awl by CLOSE ATTENTION to ORDERS and GUARANTEEING his WORK, oourts PAIR SHARE of GENERAL SUPPORT. Prices : 3/6, 4/6 and 5/6, JMERT STABLES, Commercial Hotel, ^TOMUT. ' EVERY description of vehicles arid horses for hire. ionic and other parties conveyed to any part of the district. Passengers called for and taken to and from the Bail way. Station daily. Cook's Tourists i rips. TO THE SMITORIUM OF THErSOUTH. Yarrangobilly ' Caves, Kiandra; Cooma aiid-otlicr parts of the district. . Qco- :l;)aiircr^ TTAS enterered into arrangements , i i~l. with Messrs- Thos. Cook & Son to convey -tqurists from • . Tu'mut to Yarrangobilly (Caves, • JKiandra, Cooma and elsmwere ,-durihgfthe summ...

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

' W.H0WAMJSSEL, SOLICITOR, &c., ADELONG- - J Sireril sums of money to lend on approved seonruy. IJ. Matquafie $assall, Up-to-date Photography. MIDGETS,6d. CABINETS, 'la 6i." JPMELS,^ 2s 6d. - , TISITS TUMTJT PERIODICALLY, THE GEAHAMSTOWN a;;. . Butchering Establishment. 9 < i'li v ■' i • ■ i STmrnsfci .'Wholesale t andEetai' . Bonier, m thanking the~ public o Orohamstown and. surrounding district for 1 th« patronage accorded-to: him in the palat, • uroreahi*'customers -that!by slaughtering. :itt» very "best beasts-jproourable in^the dis triit he will endeavour to supply; them* with ■Ut *a prime as that" for which his butahery" hithirto been1 reputed.' 'V. '•■i---.asaJsv-" ' Corned Meats & Small Goods Once deal with S.- TBEWEEK .an\ ypu-will always cLo so.. . .: rrny unde rs i g n e d prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH MARSUPIAL skins, 1 sheepskins, '• hides, &e., &0'i In targeorSmall Quantities; adirtlipayWieekly Vis to ADELONGon ,;. TUESDAYS, ...

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

MINING Ofeaghap and Ourran, tributers of the:ljady Mtybijrn -jpine, *Bapk.,H>jt,. cleaned up a very satisfactory crushing at the'Bark! Hut battery on Tuesday, securing llozs 12dwts from two tons of stone. They were About five weeks getting the 'stone ■out,- and did not ex pect- more than 2ozs. per ton. ^iirjqg April the gold ' yield tolled rl0,8lflozf •• jjrijde, #mal : to 14,257oz fine, valued at £60,560, iThe yield- for tho four months > of the jear isyalubd at dti-190,31^,?, %,?,

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1904. SENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

"fpije fpumut MOocafe.'' ' TUESDAY, MAY 10,1904. ■ T~ — •» .* At': Germanton''on'Fnjltijjr a* magi named Frederick White was proceeded against under the Careless Use of Fire Act, and was fined £10. " rA peculiar position ; has arisen in ^connection with the Lismore HoBpital, the whole of the medical officers :re3igning because of a difference with the committee about a nurse. A public meeting was held in the ^Victoria Ball, Tumbarumba, on Thursday night, when Mr. P. J. M'Namara, organising secretary of the People's Eeform League, addressed about 60 electors. A branch of the People's Reform League was eBtab : lished, and Mir. S. Benyon appointed [secretary. A sensational incident occurred on Thursday afternoon,^ when Ah Mow, a Chinese leper," escaped from Little Bay Lazaret. The Qhinaman was re captured in the vicinity of La Perouse. He became very violent and on return. ing to the lazaret, he secured a toma hawk, and rushed at Constable Coyle. The constable ficed twice at the leper....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR ] "DIplomatlccus," on 20th January, sup' J plied, the' "Westminster Gazette'' Wlthrj (vhat that:"paper considers one'.iol ":the most, toiiiplete statements of what has , led up to the present trouble. " . •.. The present crisis Is the culmination 61; a rivalry which: first .manifested itself In. a serious form on the morro.Ty._.o£ ' the I'reaty of Shimonoseki, In 1895." -• When ■ Japan, Isolated before the coalition of Russia, Germany, and France,- founds horself compelled to retire from the Asia-; tic- mainland she endeavored to protect., her interests In Korea by a direct under standing with Russia. This was ern bodled In the Komura-Waeber Memor-" indum, signed at Seoul on 14th May, 1896,' and the Yamagata-Lobanoff Protocol, concluded. At Moscow on 9th June . fol-^ lowing. - The effect of these agreements was to create a sort of Russo-Japanese Condominium In Korea. Until the spring of 1898 this arrangement worked fairly smoothly, but when Russia obtained her...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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PRETTY HOSPITAL NURSES THE JEALOUSY OF THE PLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

■?PRETTY* HOSPITAL NURSES' • THE JEALOUSY OF THE PLAIN. Vis -beauty a boon to a hospitaknurse [■■is a-.question which ihas -> produced >most conflictingv replies. i-Nursea endowed with J good looks complain1:that these have fceanv , a drawback to them in: their career. . | The plain nurses find a champion?in the ' ■ lady who wrote, recently tiiatsha had not ;i secured a'position; of prominence- bcciuse • j the committee that made the B.e.ection felt (••"that;- other things "being- equal, it did; '-not want a "gargoyle." -. I A' lady; who is- the -; greatest - authority^ upon' hospital nursing said ^recently: thatj j- the; pretty -nurse is'welcome': in the hospi- ; I taf ward. -She.-herself-.is -very. g-rateful : j- to anyone, who * intro3uces , .attractive ; nurses to her. ; : ' T-. .• "The pretty nurse-:wHo complainsof ill- ~ treatment is. generally one who had shown: -herself to ibf?self-conscious, :and who - has ■ let her self-adornment interfere .with her ; work for;.the p...

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

HEII NEW VOCABULARY. She possessed a mind discerning, That was stored and crammed with learning, And her thoughts, for ever burning. She could, suitably express. All her sentences were rounded, And her words imposing sounded; I was really quite astounded As I listened, I confess. It was rather an infliction, * All-this'verbal unrestrictlon. But her elegance of diction, Each precise and polished phrase, And the beautiful selection Of the words and their connection, And her most correct inflection, They were, quite beyond all praise. But I saw her very lately. And she did not talk ornately; All that language suave and stately She no longer kept on tap. She was saying, "Bessums dlddums! Where he bad old pin got hiddums, In his muzzer's p'clous klddiims?" To the baby in her lap.

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