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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

ABB YOU ILL? If So.... VITADATIO WILL CURE YOU. Eminent Doctors in England (al though unable to preBoribe VITADATIO through not knowing its constituents) have advised MR. 8. A. Palmer to proclaim its virtues from the housetops. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH Cured by VITADATIO TEN YEARS' INTENSE BUFFERING. CALL AND SEE MR8. CUMMINS. 61 Vine Street, Redfem, N.S.W. Dear Sir,—For ten (10) years I bavq aaSered from . Catarrh - of tho Stomach, suffering intense pain during the whole time. Several times my life was despaired of, and at last the doctor said he oould do no more for me. At this time I' read your advertisement, and determined ' to give VITADATIO a trial. The result- has ex ceeded my greatest anticipations. I am now fully recovered, and am in better health than I have been for the past twelve years. I earnestly recommend the medicine to aitcilar sufferers. Yon are at liberty to make what use you like of this, - and I shall feel a pleasure in answering any questions re my complaint. Yo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 May 1904

WHAT'S IN A NAME? Although the present fashion o£ christen ing children with family surnames Is, says tha "New Penny Magazine," much to be commended for many reasons, It carries with it some awful possibilities unknown In the days of Mary Anns and John Henrys. A glance at the following list, each name of which is genuine, will illustrate sufficiently well the possibilities of nomenclature rost Ing with parents in their choice of names for the men and women of to-morrow:— Edna Broker Mothershead.   Marian English Earle. Sawyer Turner Somerset. Owen Taylor Money. Imd Lltlo Lamb . . v Marie A. Bachelor. Mabel Eve Story. Barber Cutting Man. Makln Loud Noycs.

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 — 17 May 1904

HEAD WHAT VITADATIO . IS DOING. \ Cannington; late of Northam and York,. W.A., ' July 11, 1003. : Dear Sir,—I wish: to tell you of the won derful effect- .VITADATIO has had on me. ' I suffered for eight years with Chronic , Liver Complaint and Stone in the Bladder. Dr. —— , with other dootors of Northam and York,-also dootors in Perth, attended me, I was alio,in the hospital for two months, but got no relief, and I lay suffering till VITADATIO was introduced to me, and I have reoovored solely by its use. (The Btouethat wrb' brought away weighed 2ozs ^ 8grs.) I got the medicine. from Muayard and , Ken worthy, grooers, of Wellington Street. The people of my acquaintance are surprised at my recovery, and Dr. Black who attended me, is astonished, as he reokoned 'nothing could be done for me. I thank you, and hope my testimony will be means of help to others. (Signed) JAMES COOPER. WHY. HALT BETWEEN TWO OPINIONS/ ; When tho;danger is in delay ? iTo-day is yours, to-morrcj? they say never...

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 — 17 May 1904

* 'THE "ADVOCATE" " OFFICE ■ JOB J OB - PRINTING. In all its Branches. BEECHAH'8 PILLS are the most efficacious medicine yet known for the 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. BEECNAM'8 PILLS Cleanse the bowels, give tone to the stomach, gently stimulate the liver, remove bile,purify the blood, -and, in short, soon make every organ of the body healthfully: to perform its allotted function. Their in 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 enable 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 themse...

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 — 17 May 1904

A Macitent Wasted "System. Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC. The Cwe offp; E. tyERTOH. ' (BY A LOOAt. BKPORTRR.) Surprise is tin inadequate term to describe the feeling with, which. such, an announce- • muiit oa the following will bo reoeived by the general publio ; yet the actual atate of thiiiga which prevailed at No. 68 Mac quarie-ntreet South, Surry Hills, are nar« rateil by the lady who experienced them, ao 1 there can be no doubtas to the facta. " Not so very long ago,'! saidMra. Eliza* beth Merton, -who lives at the above' address, " I found thafc- I could'not stand the .cold weather. This was a great. sur prise to me, because I used to appreciate a cold climate ao much." " Perhaps yau were sat vary wall t" . ventured the.reporter. i " I certainly did not feel as buoyant aa usual, ns I had no energy to hustle about my work as in former, days,- feeling only fit to wrap myself up and sit down. Beyond thac there was no occasion for1 alarm for a littleOffhile ;• then. I seam...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

Mail S ervices. From January 1004, the times for the closing of mails at the resp»otive post-olficM *re as follows:— ADELONG Shcpardstown, Grahatnitown, Adelong Crossing, Gundagai, Sydney, <fco., daily at 1.80 p.m. Middle Adelong, Batlow, Laurel Hill, 1 t'ago, Cherry Hill, Courabyra, and Tnmba rnmba, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12.30 p.m. . ■*' Mt. Adrab, on Wednesdays and S&tni days, at 12.30 p.m. Sharp's Creek, on Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12.30 p.m. TUMUT West Blowcring and Yellowin—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Lacmalao and Argalong—Fridays, at 1.15 . p.m. Gocup—Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Blowering, Talbingo, Yarrangobilly, Yar rangobilly Caves and Kiandra—Tuesdays : and Fridays, at 1.15 p.m. Gilmore, Adelong, Adelong Crossing, Chm dagai, Cootamundra, South and Sydney— Daily, at 1.35 p.m. Money order and Government Savings Batik business tnansaoted between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Postal notes' sold, between' 9< a.m. and 6 p.m., ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Watson's Ministry's First Proposals. CAPITAL SITE IN THE FOREFRONT. PROCEDURE OUTLINED. NO SITE RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

The Watson's Ministry's First Proposals. CAPITAL SITE IN THE I'OEEFKONT. 1'ROCEDTJKE OUTLINED. NO SITE RECOMMENDED. Frequent and long Cabinet meetings have been held to prepare the Govern ment policy to be presented to Parlia ment to-morrow. Ministers are:not prepared to give ; any? outline of the proposed proprogramme, but it has transpired that the two matters to be placed in the fotefront, are the Arbi tration Bill and the selection of the Federal capital. The intention of the Government is to discharge: the old Arbitration!Bill. and introduce a new measure, with the interpretation clause which proved fatal ; to the, Deakin Government in a?form which, Minis ters think, will offer the greatest obstacles to the tacking on ef any amendments. Possibly the interpre tation will be so worded as to allow all industries which constitutionally can, to come in. No mention would be made of State civil servants or railway men, but if a dispute! con cerning them arosQ aridaa attempt was made t...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disastrous Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

Disastrous Fire. About '12.10-p,m. on Saturday last,, a mosfcidisastrous--fire occurred at the corner of Wynyard and Simpson streets; The property- is owned by the Dodd Estate, and was occupied by Mrs. Adams. The fi re brigade! were summoned .to attendance by the ringing of the fire bell by Captain J. Lees, and some of the brigade lost no time in being On the scene. Un fortunately, the majority of members, owing to the boll only being put into position the day previous, naturally thought it wasibut a trial of the bell. There was a slight hitch in obtaining ■water until Engineer Winch (who was,at the time in Newtown) arrived, as those operating struck a defective hydrant blocked by a stone. Mr. Wineh immediately topk the stand down Siirjpson^street and procured the necessary' water, The building was nearly gutted 'when the brigade arrived, and in - the short space of .about ten minutes the flames were ex tinguished. The members of the fire brigade worked liked Trojans and are to be c...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

THE WAR. . London, Wednesday Afternoon. •It-vis i reported at Chifu that the Russians have; destroyed their fleet at PtirirArfchur. Admiral Togo, commanding the Japanese*' fleet in the Gulf of Liao Tung, reports that since the 6th instant there have been many ex , plosions at Port Arthur, which cannot be explained. His impression is that •the-Russians, despairing of success fully defending the port, are descroy ing,their ships preparatory to evacua tion.. : General Kuropatkin, resenting Viceroy Alexeieflf's attempt to impose upon him bis plan of operations, has telegraphed to the Czar, stating that it is; impossible for him to accept the responsibility of the campaign unless he,'is "given a freehand. The .Russians on the Liao . River -seized- 45 junks laden with rice for th<? Chinese Government. .General ' Yaun-shi-kan-kai, the Chinese Commander-in-Chief, has strongly protested against their action and have sent 4000 Chinese soldiers to .guard"the river banks. Baron Suyem...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. Narandera Turf Club, May 18 and 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

' SPORTING. THE TURF EACING FIXTURES. ,.^drinaomTnrf Club, May 18 and 19. Mr. F. W. Tietyens, hony secretary iof the-\Albury Racing Club, has sent a I cheque for £50 to the Albnry Hospital. When the club was in want of money, Mr. Alfred Mate, of Tarcutta, lent £200 on debentures. Last year he was sent a cheque for £112, being half of the advance, and interest. Mr. Mate then intimated that he did not want the other £100, and asked the club to accept the interest and £50 of the principal, and gave the other £50 to the Albury Hospital. The New town, Orphanage, and Benevolent Society has also benefited by Mr. Mate's liberality. At the last meeting of the Albury: Racing Club consideration •^ras5 given" to a communication from the Gun dagai Racing Club-in -regard to a re duction of entrance fees, to meet the desires of the Riverina Horse-owners' Association. The Gundagai Club suggested a conference of the clubs in the Riverina district, with a view to discussing and taking united action i...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

FOOTBALL. S.W. COMPETITION FIXTURES, lai Koukd. 25th Mi-r. Gundagai v. Cootamundra, at''Gundagai; Grahamstown v. Tumut, at Grahamstown. ICth June. Tumut v. Gundagai, at Tumut; Coota mundra v. Grahamstown, at Cootamundra. 7th July. Grahamstown v. Gundagai, at Grahams town; Tumut v. Cootamijndvfti at Coota mundra.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest War News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

Latest War News London, Monday^ The " Chicago News :i correspondent" re ports that the aimecl.cruisers, Yakuma, with four protected cruisers, a gunboat and a. battleship, commanded by Admiral Ketooka, cletired' the channel of Dalny, and entered the harbour at day-break on Saturday. The Japs directed a, heavy bombardment on the Kussian forts until noon, They speedily silenced the land batteries and drove the Russians from their prsiiion. The troopa were lauded; under cover from the ships lire, and co-operated with 20,000 .Taps in invest ing Dalny, which was captured. ' - The .Taps have occupied Sin Yen, to the north of - Liaotung, with three divisions. When., marching' to Liaotung the Japa will avoid ; the. mountain pass by establishing bases in the Newchwang district,. UBing the Liao river to reach Mnkdien. It is reported at St. Petersburg that an ammunition train which got through to Port Arthur recently carried sections of a sub marine torpedo boat. The second Japanese army in Lia...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

BILLIARDS • ' The Billiard Tournament (handicap) to be held at the School'of Arts and to which Mr. J. J. Ormisfcon donated a guinea, judging by the nominar tions received, promises to Burpass any of its predecessors. Subjoined; are the * nominations,L. Walker, ■T. Jenkins ;i(2), G. Neilly, George James (2), F. Cox (2), H. L. I Blakeney (2), H. G. Blakeney, P. B. Madigan, W. Brett, N. C. Campbell (2), M. Madigan, E. Whyburn, C. Kinred, G. Wilkinson, J. C. iJcLean, C. Beegling, H. Piper (2), W. Lang, P. Hargreaves, W. J. Walker (2), J. Beuzeville and A, W. Watson.

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 — 17 May 1904

Colonial. Sydney. Tuesday. It is understood that Mr. Reid considers the prospects of a coalition being formed are very satisfactory. Should the conference between himself and Mr. Deakin provo re • sultless it is believed-that Mr. Boh' will-tost the feeling of the House in regardi to the Government after it meets. it is understood the Arbitration Bill will be taken at the House of Representa tives at once, and the Federal Capital quei tinn will be dealt with later in the session. The Government programme will bo very short, and will includc only a few unimpor tant measures besides some uhconteotioaa. matters. The State Government proposes toostab : liah a Model School in each inspector's: dis trict. In view of the reduction of members of the Assembly, Mr. Perry says it seoms advisable, in order to prevent confusion, to issue' new electors'rights. , A serious disturbance took place at Zion Temple, Melbourne, yesterday, through the overseer, Voliva, making an attatk on the Freemasons. ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

COURSING. The Wagga Wagga Coursing Club are giving £222 away in prizes at its Cup meeting which takes place on July, 13 and 14 next. £100 goes to the winner of the Cup.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

Farmers and Settlers'^ Association. The. adjourned annual meeting of the above• association was held , at' the • School of Arts on . ..Saturday last. There, were present: Messrs.. G. Clout sr. (president). J. S. O'SuIIiyan (secty4), R. -Rivers sr., J. Bailey, J. M'Cotriiiek, A. Davis, j<5hii Tonking, W. H. ffo6rd, R. Don sldsohV;/John Sullivan, W. Toomoy, R. • Dear, A. Richards, P. Naughson, F. Tweedie and P. Murray; The minute? of last meeting were read and confirmed. • . - • Communications were received as follows :—From the Secretary of the Public Works Department, statins that the sum of £76 had been placed on the next"'estimates? for improve ment of the road up the north bank of the Goobaragandra River, from a spot known locally as Auckland's Crossing, to Goobrraganera Station, owned and occupied by Mr. A. Pether.—From same source stating that the sum of £350, a special grant, had been placed on the next estimates for the Tomorroma road, in response to-applications m...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

floi^ej^oeiti^qd (^eriefkl Hot'tollr. i. a-TtwijM&lMidMMS, , • . :' GiTADpOffQTft JW W. tit. Quinnell ,- i '•" ■ XNTIMATES to his friends and the general public that he hp.s:'COMMEN^l>'ja.fl(lRSE ' X SHOEING and GENERAL FARRIERY BUSINESS ia Remises J»itto$MR/A. - MERRYFULL'S RESIDENCE, , TUMUT-STREET,ADELONG, " anil by CLOSE ATTENTION to ORDERS aria GUARANTEEING his WORK, courts SHARE of GENERAL SUPPORT. • •-.v., _ Prices : 3/6, 4/6 and 5/6. MATT, r ' LIVERY STABLES, Commercial Hotel, .SKiU'?., TU.AHTT. EVERY description of vehicles and horses for hire. jcnic and other parties con veyed to any - ' ' part of the district. >'■ "V',u passengers called for and taken 'to'and from the Railway Station daily. . Cook's Tourists - f i'li. 1.1.1 -i. . J' : t!*s:rn 1 ^Ps • 'i'TO, THE SANITOBIUM OF ~ , „ THE SOUTH. . • • .-Ahjvj i;'' K Yarraiigobilly Caves, Kiandra. Cooma and other parts of the district. •iSK'! 7. . (j-qo- ©aiwei^ TTAS •' entererefl into arrangements XI." "with Mes...

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 — 17 May 1904

1^. Macquarie ftassall, JSargwm Jfoiiisl, TUMUT W.HOWARD RUSSEL, SOLICITOR, &c.j ADELONG. Several Bums of money to lend on approved Boouriry. Up-to-date Photography. HANSEN, ADELONG. MIDGETS, 6d. CABINETS, Is 63. PANELS, 2s 6d. VISITS TUMUT PERIODICALLY THE GEAHAMSTOWN Butchering Establishment. Q TREWEEK, Wholesale and Eetai O. Butcher, in thanking the public o flmhimntown fund surrounding district for tkt patronage aotorded to him in the past, inures his customers that by slaughtering tfe* very best beasts procurable in the dis tritt he will endeavour to supply them with ■Mi is prime as that for which his butchery ku hitherto been reputed. Corned Meats & Small Gooas Onee deal with S. TREWEEK an you will always do so. JHE UNDERSIGNED ' prepared to PURCHASE, FOR CASH. MARSUPIAL SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, HIDES, &e., &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, nd w'!l p»y Weekly Vis to ADELONG on TUESDAYS, And may be seen at ROSS' OJ1MERCIAL HOTEL. JAMES~HUDSON, Tamut....

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Shocking Fatal Accident. TO MR. AND MRS. DENNIS DUNNE'S DAUGHTERS. ONE KILLED OUTRIGHT. THE OTHER IN A PRECARIOUS CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 17 May 1904

Shocking Fatal Accident. TO MB. AND MBS. DENNIS DUNNE'S DAUGHTERS. ■, ONE KILLED OUTRIGHT. THE OTHEJl lk A: PRECARIOUS jCON r.; /;DlTiqN.! . • • jXi. On Sunday the whole community was thrown into a gloom when the sad news reached town that a dreadful accident had befiillen two of Mr. and Mrs J)eunis -Dunne's daughters, resulting iil the instant death' of the) oldest' (Janp), 9 years of age, and terriblain juries to the other (Katberine), 7 years.... They ..had been visiting Mr,,j Thos., French family, and, double banking she favourite old horse that .bad carried them over many a journey,,, set out on their way homewards, ac companied by their elder brother, George, aged 13, who was ridihg another horse. When within half a mile of their .house, the' horse the girls was riding at a canter ran them into a tree, crushing both riders against it. Jane, who had charge of the halter, was dashed with terrific violence into it, the side of her head receiving the full force of- the impact, whi...

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