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

"BARCOO Crippled & Bent up. "HEART DISEASE A LEGACY OP RHEUMATIC FEVER." ANOTHER VICTORY FOR CLEMENTS TONIC The Case of Mr. JOHN HUGH JONES. (Reported far " The Australian Star.") Close to the park, and within sound of the ocean rollers wnen they thunder on Waverley cliffs, the reporter found 29 Fitzgerald Street, the home of Mr. J. H. Jones, plasterer, and an old resident of the district! While making an appointment to meet Mr. Jones in the evening the reporter was glad to hear he was away at work, for a man who has to go plastering must be pretty sound in wind and limb, and ib was a fair inference that, however sick Mr. Jones had been, lie had made a good recovery. Later, on being seen, Mr. Jones expressed his perfect willingness to relate his experience, and the great trouble lie had gone through. • " I was one of the great crowd who went o West Australia during the boom; my. rade was brisk there, but even in Perth the iving accommodation was frightfully inadequate ; my w...

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

TIL BURR LIFT. . MAUlS 01' HTBBb. 'Simple! Sure!, ' Safe ! 'Automatic! - Adjustable ! .'Absolute! Lul jjotlie rope, tlio lover • docrthe rest. E. RICH 1 GO., Ltd, THE LIFT. UADE OP STEEb. A Perfect Pulley for'-allvPurposes. JIuy be used As a Wire Stretcher. '• Tlio Cheapest and most Independent AUTOMATIC PULLEY known ' ; - One nmii can hoist unaided SDO pounds. E.RICH & CO., Ltd. BRISBANE: :CCU N N AM U LLA. COUGHS! COLDS! Newton's AM0NCHITIS ^iPECTOKAL BALSAMS Cures Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis and Asthma. 'Cures the Throat, the Ghest, and the Whole System. One Dose Relieves; One Bottle Cures. Price, 1/6 & 2/6 E^TliY IT. — PREPARED ONLY BY A. J. NEWTON, (late J. J. ORMISTON), ^emist ■ (By Examination), WTN YARD - ST RE E T, TTJMUT. Post-office Stores. ! B EGS to inform the Public of Tumut and District that since PURCHASING THE BUSINESS . . OF ■■■ he Has introduced k mm into ML DEPARTMENTS. He is in a position to D0BUSI3NTESS . -for CASH OR CREDIT, And a tria...

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

Medical DR. G. LEES, (Late House Surgeon at the Coast and Children's Hospitals, Sydney), ADDRESS: TUMUT-STREET. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMTJT-STREET, ADELONG. W.W.I. LYTTLETON, SURGEON DENTIST [eeoistered] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydney University Dental School. Late regimental dentist to 5 Batb. Aus. Com. Horse. JUKE Land, Mining, Finance & General Commission ^ Agent, IncoiMQ Tax Beturns prepared, 127 KtKG-STREET, ; SYDNEY. ;E. A. F ITZ Gr E R-ALJ),. KYBAMBA VINEYAED, . > AS in stook a large assortment of oho c and well-matured PRIZE WINES. ASSORTED OASES MADE UP. E. BEAM. Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & ADELONO rj«HE UN.DE E S I G NE D prepared to PURCHASE, FOB CASH 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 .BOSS' ' COHMEE CIAL H O TiE L. james"hudson^ Tumut. THE GRAHAMSTOWN Butchering Estab...

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

Paling's for Pine Pianos, WITH A ;Finc Tone, Fine Fiiiish, AND Built for Wear. Catalogues are yours for the asking. Call or Write for one. - All known Musical Instruments stocked.' BABY TBRHS ARRANGED. W. H. PAL1NG~& CO., Ltd., SYDNEY.

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

PUBLICNOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED, having resolved finally leave the district, now offers stock of WATCHES & JEWELLERY AT LESS THAN COST PRICE for one month\x=req-\ All repairs left with him must be released on or before the 28th February next, or they will be sold by public auction. E. LEWIS, Practical Watchmaker and Optician (Not a Storekeeper), ADELONG. Gundagai P. & A- Society\x=req-\ Annual Show, MARCH 18 & 19,1903. £500 in Cash Prizes. ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH 6. I I UNTERS, 14st, £25; HUNTERS, l(bt, 131 £ L0; MAIDEN HUNTERS, £5 5*: HIGH JUMP, £5 5s; TROTTING HANDICAP, £10; FARM PRODUCE TROPHY, £6 6s, and a full list of othev valuable prizes. • ENTRIES will;be received as follows:—: ADELONG—Mr." A. W. Molineaux, • TUMUT—Mr. B Clayton. . -fcS^Writo for sohedules.-to ; A. ELWORTHY, Sfinrnt.l.l'V. iDepartment of Mines and Agrioulturo, Sydney, December 30, 1902. \ PPLICATION received in the Depart\x=req-\ ■*A ment of Mines for PERMISSION to MINE UNDER ROaDS, &am...

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

Home and Foreign. London. Mondav. Obituary.—Sir George Gabriel Stokes. The Yorkshire Miners' Association has condemned the Denaby strike, and has ordered five thousand men who have been idle for the past 31 weeks to resume work on the old terms. It rained for 51 hours in Scotland. Unprecedented floods followed between the Forth and Ness. Great losses of cattle and other stock occurred. Menebhir surprised and rushed the Pretender's camp at Duron, routing his forces with great slaughter, and capturing provisions and ammunition. Great activity with the gun carriage was shown. The Washington Navy Yard is at work night and day to complete the work in the earliest possible time. Mr. Chamberlain at Kimberley was very outspoken regarding the ingratitude of the Cupe Dutch. The Mumble's life boat capsized in a.heavy sea at Port Talbot, and six persons were drowne.i. Mr. P. Aylmer, the proprietor of the Ayliner-Lewis Acetylene Gas Generator, is now in town and is taring orders for installing a...

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 — 3 February 1903

HOME-BUSH FAT STOCK MAKKETS. Cattle.—Dangar and McDonald, Wantabadgery, 18 blks avg. £7 5s 6d ; P. Kiley, Red Hill, 12 blks avg. £9 7s 6d, 12 cows avg. £8 Is, 8 calves avg. £8 ; H. French, Balawayarra, 11 blks avg. £9 6s, 18 cows avg. £7 llsSd; R. H. Harpley, Ooolac, 14 stags avg. £8 8s 9d. Sales of local intevost last Thursday Sheep.—"W. Richardson, Del troifc, 888 w 12s lid, 61 w lis 4d to lis 6d, 226 e 9s 8d ; J. Graham, Bon\x=req-\ gongo, 76 xbe 10s 5d to 10s 9d, 106 e 9s, 584 e 8s 9d,.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY WOOL SALES, [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 February 1903

COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY WOOL SALES, The following sales of local interest were effected last week :—GG/Oberne, from Tarcutta, 17 1st comb w e at lOfd, of good quality, fair.staple, and bright; JW/Keajura, from Tarcutta, 6 w e at lOJd ; YVK over D (Tuinut), 58 at 11£, 17 at 11, 8 at 10£d, 11 at lOd, 16 first lambs at 9'), 7 second lambs at 7$d, 7 at 7V1., 89 1st pes at lOfd, 9 2nd pes at 10d, 38 at 8£d, '9 at 8id, 7 stained pieces at 5Jd, 15 locks at 8fd, 9 lambs and bellies at 6d ; good character, well grown, bluish tinged.

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 February 1903

Colonial. Sydney, Tuesday. Sir Edmund Barton states that he intended to make the Judiciary Bill one of the first of next session. Bush fires in some parts of the country are doing considerable damage. In the compilation of the electors' rolls for the State it is shown that the male voters are only 18,000 in excess of the females. The women predominate in the city and suburbs. Victoria defeated Queensland by an innings and 327 runs in the interstate cricket match. Mr. E. W. O'Sulliyan, interviewed in Melbourne, said he was not informed of any alteration in his Works policy. All ha gleaned was from the newspapers. Sheep and lambs were cheaper at Homebush yesterday. In the produce markets, the chief movements were rises in potatoes, Argentine maize, cheeso, chaff and oaten hay. Chaff is £6 5s to £6 ,10s per ton. For prime wheat, Gs to 6s Id.

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

MINING. So short is. the supply of water in the nice'Utilized by Regfer Battery it is hung up, the stoue from Messrs. Cadzow, and;Hassett's mine at Mt. Adrah, which was to have been •treated last, still waiting for.<the-water .to come down the race ;to provide for working the wheel. .Two: new i boilers .'for the ■Grahams-? town Gold ;Estates are to arrive shortly. ' One lias already ileft the foundry and;is.initransit: toithe mine : ■ the .other follows later. The paddock on which sluicing operations are'beiog ._conducted:will be cut .out .in.=about ?10 days. If there is any fall of rain in ; tho. interim, tho barge will bo floated and shifted jnto position ready to.take, out the next paddock of ground ; but should no rain fall to provide water .to' • float, the i barge the new boilers will be' put in position. Dysentery causes the death of more peoplo than small pox and yellow fever combined. In an army it is breaded ihoro than a; battle. .It requires prompt and effectiv...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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CRICKET. SHEPARDSTOWN v. SANDY GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 February 1903

CRICKET. SHEPARDSTOWN v. SANDY GULLY. The second match between Shep\x=req-\ •avdstown and Sandy Gully (13 a side) was played on the former wicket at the end of the week. The day was very hot but it did not prevent a fair crowd of spectator? .being present. to witness the game. Sandy Gnlly were the first in to bat, but owing to the absence of some of their best players they did not make a very good stand, all being dispos°d of for 42 runs. T. Boyce had top score—15 runs. Shepardstown in their first innings scorcd very well, having 187 runs to their credit when the last wicket fell, W. Allen making 54, whilst A. Alleu and S. Treweek scored 22 nnd 20 respectively. Sandy Gully in their second innings made a poor stand, only scoring 23 runs. Shepardstown thus won by an innings and 72 runs. Pol\x=req-\ lowing are the scores :— . SANDY GULLY.—1st Innings. T. Lawson, b TreweeK .. .. 0 T. Boyce, ran out .. .. 15 H. Mitchell, c A. Aflen, b Nagel 0 A. Annetts, thrown out.. ... 5 R. Swansboroug...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. WEIGHTS. Cup.—1¼ miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 February 1903

COOTAMUNDRA TURF GLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. WEIGHTS. Gup.—If miles. Denbies, blk g ... ... 9 5 Manildre, b m, 4yrs ... 9 2 Eose, b m, aged ... ... 9 0 Yum Yum, b m, 6yrs ... 8 10 Pylara, blk g, aged ... 8 7 Dunmore, br g, 6 or aged >8 5 The Snail, b g, aged ... 8 A Loveshofc. b g, 4yra ... 8 2 Patch, b h, 6yra ... ... 7.12 Easy Molly, ch ni, 6yts... 7 -12 The Palmist, b h, 8yra ... 6 9 Colenso, ch g, 5yrs ... 6 7 Town Plate.—1 mile 1 fur. St' lb : Denbies, blk g, aged ... 9 6 Manildre, b m, 4yrs ... 9 8 Rose, b m, aged ... .... 9 ;1 Yum Yum, b m, Gyi'S ... 8 11 Pylara, blk g, aged ... 8 8 Dunmore,br g, 6 or aged -8 ,6 The Snail, b g, aged ... 8 "5 Loveshot, bg, 4yrs ... 8 8 . Patch, b h, 6yrs ... ... • 7 ;18 i Easy Molly, oh m, 6yrs... 7; 18 Rosebank, oh m, 5yrs ... 7 7 The Palmist, b h, 8yrs ... 6 10 Colenso, oh g, 5yrs ... 6 9 Easy John, be g, aged ... 6 -7 Hurdle Race.—About /miles. Over 8 hurdles 8ft. 8in.; high. st .lb i Frantic II., b g, aged ...10 7 Slim Jim, ch g, agod ... 9 !...

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MT. ADRAH v. TARCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 February 1903

MT. ADRAH v. TARCUTTA. ' In the match between the senior ieoma ropreeenting the above clubs played at Mt. Adrah, Taroutta won by an innings and 116 suns. The Soores were as follows MT. ADRAH.—Ibt IsMCKds. Bi Craig, o T. Galvin, b A. Oalvih 13 G. Cole, b A. Galvin .. .; 8 E. Joyce, c T. Galvin, b Ingrarrtl7 A. Crowe, b Ingram .. 11 0 L. Maxworthy, b Ingram .; 0 J. Humphreys, not oilt .. ;; H. Bolfe, b Ingram .; a 0 W.Ritchie, b Ingram .< a E. Prowae, run out .. ,t 0 E. Hassgtt. b Ingram .. .. 2 J. Cm it;, c and' b Ingram .. 2 Sundries .. .. .. 7 Total .... 47 . 2nd. Innings. Ritchie, o Ingram, b A. Galvin' 0 Prowse, run out .. .. .. £) Cole, b Ingram .. .. .. () Joyce, b Ingram.. .. . .1 Crowe, c T. Galvin, b A. Galvin 1 Humphreys, l.-b.w. .. .. 0 R. Craig, c T. Galvin, b" Ingram - 6 Hassett, c T. Galvin, b Ingram '3/ Jordan, b A. Galvin .. .. .0 J.Craig, c Archer, b A. Galvin 4 Rolfe, not out .. .. .. -.-I; , Sundries .. .. .. 3' Total .. .. .. .. 25 TAKCUTTA.—1st Innings...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Federal Capital Site. FURTHER EVIDENCE BEFORE THE BOARD OF EXPERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 3 February 1903

"^Federal Capital Site FURTHER EVIDENCE BEFORE THE BOARD OF EXPERTS. The inquiry in connection with the selection of the Federal Capital Site was resumed on Thursday, Mr. Jno. Kirkpatrick presiding. Mr. W. Bridle deposed that he was a resident of the place for over 50 years, owned a large property on Bombowlee, and had followed farming enterprises the greater part of his life. His wheat yield for 10 years bad been an average of 25 bushels per acre; maize from 80 to 110 bushels; oats 40 and 50 bushels, average 35 bushels. Cropped land continuously for 50 years. Had 120 acres under straw crop. There was not a great deal of wheat in the district, but they grew enough for requirements and exported. This year they had a big loss, on account of the prevailing drought. With regard to Cape barley, he bad grown it for green fodder and for seed; it aver-' aged about 80 bushels per acre. Ho had grown and used sorghum for summer feed. With regard to lucerne, he had two crops per year, averaging...

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

" fpfye ipu mat TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1908. GENERAL. The Tumijt Advocate is available for 'delivery by all country ; mails leaving. Tumufc on the day of publication. Mrs. Murphy, a very old resident of Gocup, died on Saturday last. ' Mr. Frederick James Truelove, of Adelong Crossing, storekeeper, has assigned'his estate. At the London wool sales on January 26, the Yabtree wool realised 18fd per lb. Mr. J. D. Ross, late of the Commercial Hotel, Adelong, has purchased Mrs. Merbach's hotel at Tumbarumba. Mrs. Abraham Marshall, one of the oldest residents of theGjundagai district, died at her residence, - Jones' Creek road, on Wednesday, at the age of 73. years. A young man named Hans Crowe, employed at Mr. S. J. Treweek's butchery at Graham stown, gashed his   hand severely with a cleaver on Saturday while chopping some, meat on the block. The election of the Gundagai Hospital Committee held: last week resulted in several of the old members being rejected by the subscribers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 February 1903

TEN BOLD ASSERTIONS. Eeg.uidinq Chamberlain's Oou'c, Cholera and Diariukea Remedy. 1. It affords quick relief in cases of oolic, cholera morbus and pains in the stomach.' 2. It.never-fails to. effect. a cure in tlio most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea; 3. It is assure cure for chronic iViar\x=req-\ hoca. 4. It can cijways be depended upon in cases of choloi'ii-infantum. ■ 5. It cures epidemical dysentery... . 6. It prevents bilious colic. ' v •; >: 7. It is prrtpopt and effective in; during ,dl bovs'el compl^intij.' ''i . . It nevejf.produgea bad results. ; 9. It is pleasent and safe to take. ; 10. It has feftvetl the lives of more people than any other mediolne in tho world. Those arq bold assertions to make regarding any mediuino, -but there is abundant proof of every one of the above statements regarding this • remedy. Every household should have aibottle at hand. Getitto-day. It may save a> 'life. EE&rcefss LONG -sell

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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MINING. THE BLACK GATE RUSH. THE WARDEN'S VISIT. A GREAT MANY CLAIMS PEGGED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 February 1903

MINING. THE BLACK GATE RUSH.. THE WARDEN'S VISIT, A GREAT MANY CLAIMS PEGGED OUT. The one subject of discussion during the past week has been the1 new alluvial find at Black Gate, Native Dog Creek. Numerous parties havd found their way to the new field, which is situated 8 miles' from Gun\x=req-\ dagai, ' via Reno, and 15 miles from town via Nangus and up Native Dog Creek from Nangus road. No fresh developments in the way of washings have taken place since our last report, although the ground is being eagerly pegged out, anil the attempt is being made to commence systematic working and establish a well ordered field immediately. The chief activity comes from Reno, many of the miners from that place having already either ..taken up blocks or are preparing to do so. Many are in poor circumstances, so Mr. Davies, the representative of the Howell's Consolidated property, has kindly lent them the implements with which the search for the precious metal may be prosecuted. The claim bottome...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER III. THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 February 1903

THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. .. CHAPTER III. ' THE COURSE OF TM7E L0VK. "After quitting the office in Doulton'B /Buildings, Phillip Langton went to % lunch aV his club. At the conclusion cot the repast, to which he did any\x=req-\ thingbut justice, although he was by i'ao means sparing with the wine, he adjourned to the writing-room and ^ scribbled a note on plain paper, which vhe took from his. pocket. Thif •; note he enclosed in a plain envelope. ■ He evidently had some special reasonfor not using the paper and • envelopes that bore the club crest. The address was— " Mrs. Barton, " 14 Adelaide Mansions, "Charing Cross." "■I ought to call, I suppose," he thought; " but I don't feel equal to ithe interview. I will put off my visit until to-morrow, and "—he ffsmiled grimly—" if "I can possibly i contrive it, it w;H be my last." - He touched a bell, and one of the club servants appeared. " Call a hansom !" said Phillip. The servant withdrew, presently returning to announce that a cab* was .w...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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COMMERCIAL. HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 February 1903

COMMERCIAL. HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKETS. The quality of sheep generally at Homebush on Thursday was only medium, with a number of stores, while prime sorts were scarce. Competition for primes was brisk, causing values to'rule firmer than last day's, with frilr advance in prices. The. demand for other descriptions was not soibrisk, the prices were, easier. Sales of local interestOwen, Gundagai, 28; mixed 6s Id, 451 e 6s 7d; p J, .Edbirisou, . Iiimo,- 129 xbd e. lis 10d to lis lid, 88 e lis 2d to lis 8d ; P. Kiley, Red' Hill, 888 w\x=req-\ 'Ids 10d to Ids lid, 104 e 9s 8 to 6s 5d; W. Richardsonj Deltroit, 807 w lis, 840 e 8s ild. Values of cattle ruled below last sale day's .for the poorer sorts, but ' good cattle were very firm. Best beef was worth to about 85s per 1001b. Best bullocks made from £18 5s, extra . to £14 12s 6d, good from £10 Ids, medium from £7, best cows from £9 1'5b, extra to £11 7s 6d, good from £6 15s, medium from £5 15s, others lower. Sales of local interest : H. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 10 February 1903

lv__ 1 V* - - J V " „ ► •* » V, Cli'U \ „ _ , wj. An 'latdrostipg Case.'.-': And a Perfect Recovery. The Cats of . MRS. SARAH DILLON. / (by oub owk REPORTER.) As eur reporter was ono day pursuing his' Usual- mission, involving the collection of. items of interest to'the reading section of the community,.ho-happencd to hoar of tho remarkable; recovery from, vi'e&kncss and continuous jheadaches of./Mrs. Sarah Dillon, i ■who was then residing at 5 Nortori-stfeet, Surry Hills, He accordingly callcrl upon that lady, who/checrfully offered • to give him all the'information lie"desired. • • .. w"My case must have been a'.particularly" ; interesting one to the "doctors who attended Upon me," began Mrs. Dillon,theivcry^ Simple reason, thai; th'ey wero of'the opinion., that I was beyond* the'scope* of mcdical ■ treatment. I can assure you it is exceedingly dispiriting to be told by your physician that your condition isthe natural result of", old- age creeping oil, and anything ho. pre...

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