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WEDDING. FROSTROOM—BLACKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

WEDDING. FROSTROOM—BLACKMAN. A pretty but quiet wedding took place on Saturday last at Bombowlee Creek, the contracting parties being Mr. Julius Frostroom (one of the lucky prospectors for copper in Lobb's Hole) and Miss Maggie Ella Mary   Blackman (the second eldest daughter of Mr. C. E. Blackman). The Rev. Mr. Vey (C.E.) was the officiating clergyman, and the ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents. The bride was daintily attired in white book muslin, satin and chiffon trimmings, orange blos- soms, and tulle veil. Misses Dolly, Violet, Daisy and Vera Blackman, dressed in pink and white muslin, were the bridesmaids. Mr. Blackman (father) gave the bride away, and Mr. Thos. Keefe jr. ably filled the position   of best man. The wedding over, a sumptuous lunch was partaken of.   The tables groaned with delicacies and   were very prettily laid out. Ample   justice was done to them. The health of the bride...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 1 March 1904

THE DEPUTATION. After the banquet, a deputation from the Adelong Progress Com- mittee waited on the Minister for Public Works. Mr. Donaldson, in introducing the   deputation, stated that its object was to urge on the Government the necessity for a tramway from the Mt. Horeb railway station to Adelong. In supprt of the request, he pointed out the great future of the Bago and Laurel Hill gold mines and the large amount of traffic that would accrue from these places. The Govern- ment had absolutely promised to give a tramway if they could not bring the railway to Adelong. Mr. Donaldson further advocated that if the line is built it should be constructed by labour under Government supervison. Mr. A. W. Molineaux supported the movement and reminded Mr. O'Sullivan of his promise to give a tramway to Gibraltar, butconsidered that arrangement would not be very advantageous to Adelong, which had received a very small percentage of Government expenditure for many years, although ...

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 — 1 March 1904

H. STEWART, Plumber, &c.,. having been licensed by the Tuuiut Municipal Council, is prepared to carry out connections with the water mains.* - .: WANTED •EXPERIENCED GENERAL for farm. IJ Good Wages. Apply THIS OFFICE. MR. J. H1KSJI, aiid jVIedfai\idal RUSSEL STREET, ' TUMUT IS" (Two doors from Mr. Robins' • Pharmaoy). "■I1 rin""1 >• fy' ,M> TUESDAY, 1st MARCH, ' " at' PASTORAL tfOTEL, WAGGA WAGGA, N.S.W., II o'clock. by AUCTION of Properties of C. D. Bardwell, Esq. of Oberne, Tarcutta, N.S.W., embracing an area of 41,000 acres and comprising,the following:— SHOCKAROO 6220 acres Freehold and CP., and 986 acres C.L. , COURABYRA 6960 acres Freehold and C.P., and 89 acres C.L. ^ BAGO 8303acres Freehold and C.P., and 1630 acres C.L. TARADALE 6348 acres Freehold and C.P.,and 430 acres C.L."' - ■ - GREEN HILLS 1632 acres Freehold and C.P., and 42C acres C.L. JORDAftJS 1407 acres, 3 roods, C.P. UMBANGO 8157 acres Freehold and C.P. OBERNE 11,897 acres, 3 roods, 20 perches, Free...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

-Popularity. ;A v,r -! .k- u,> ■ ■'■ \v > ' •':' i ; v|^| "F^T' does not • come by chance,' it * .,v* ™.. *" '•;•• Cvv-' '-4' y '" ■•;' • * ' • ' ' • •'••.•.' '• v lis the result oT-^p&hsltdangT< *"• «fl; Efforts, long experience, and . ., ,;c,^ - rsareful manufacture—thus ' . " • "v ' ai K ft''.:; 'U* TOBACCO is popular since it fulfils all these conditions ;i'! and -has for its reward—the: largest sale. ; Youcan get Yankee Doodle in the plug • :or in : tins—-Park or Bright, or if you •prefer it, a combination of both in all tins air-tight. Y. D. MIXTURE.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

Cook's Tourists . »TO THE SANITORIUM OF THE SOUTH.. .V V" Yawangobilly Caves, Kiandra, ■ Clnnma: and other parts of the-distriot. 0eo- f)at|vei<s :. H.AS. ..-enterered : into - arrangements with Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son to oorivey tourkis from Tumut to Yarrangobiljy Caves, Kiandra, Cooma and elsewhere during the summer months. GoabheB will leave Tnmut at regular • ; intervals. : Arrangements ban be made for speoial1 .trips. Eirst-olass/ebmfortablie, easy-riding ,V coaqhes, splendid horses.' 1 . Fares on application.- All Tumut com munications addressed to • '. Geo, Daavars v ? LIVERY STABLES, TUMUT, Will be promptly attended <tp. r Sydney communications to be addressed Thos Cook & Son, ■ ■ SYDNEY. Trips to Yarrangobiily Caves and Kiandra C. HARRIS IS prepared to convey parties from TUMUT to YARRANGOBILLY CAVES and Iil ANDRA on the most reasonable terms. APPLICATION for seats duringuhe next two months, should bo made early lo secure passages. In ...

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 — 8 March 1904

VITADATIO. THE GREAT HERBAL BLOOD : remedy. . 1 LIVER COMPLAINT, IN v DIGESTION AND. GENERAL WEAKNESS ^ ALL SUCCUMB TO VITADATIO Dear Sir,—I wish to add my testimony to /the./value of VITADATIO. For over five: 'years/I was a great sufferer fropi Iiiver Complaint, Indigestion, and General Weak ness ; I .was unablo to follow ,my usual occu pation, and for three yearshad'been under' several medical men; I have also taken courses of almost all the well;knowri;{totent: medicines without any benefioial results. Whilst living at Maryborough, almost two years ago, I-heard of the wonders being per formed through the agency of VITADATIO and, after making enquiries, I, decided to give it a trial, which I did, with the result that at the present time I am fully restored to health and feel it my duty to let others know what VITADATIO has done for me. I will'.be glad to answer any ouquirien about my qaBe, personally or by letter, wbioh must have stamped addressed onvelopa on closed. I remain your...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Latest. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

The Latest. London, Thursday. Ruasian reports sfcafcethat five Japa nese warships bombaraGcr'Vladivostoek from five miles from shore. The bat teries were unable to reply. Most of the Japanese shells failed io explode. It is estimated that the bombard ment cost the Japanese twenty thou sand pounds. The population remained tranquil during the attack. Another account states that the port was bombarded at intervals on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last.' The Russians are fortifying Autung, on the Manchurian line and the Yalu's mouth, and are constructing miles of forts, but are withdrawing from Seoul on the road to Tanju, in northern Korea. ; . ; Russia is reinforcing her Hen-chun garrison and enrolling several thousand irregulars at Vladivostok. The Russian general-staff is con fident that,only fifty thousand Japs have landed at Korea. Bad roads generally are impeding,the; Japs movements. Two thousand five hundred Japanese troops are blocked , by avalances in the Manchurian moun tains....

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 — 8 March 1904

Home and Foreign. London, Mondavi King Edward is much better, but, acting on medical advice, remains in doors. Austria's opinions are pessimistic with regard to the possibility of avoid ing war between Turkey and Bulgaria. A Btrike of 20,000 coal miners is threatened in America against a re duction of wages which amounts to L3,100,000. The Albanians demand an extension of privileges. by exemption from military service and the abolition of civil courts. The Armenian army fears a re petition of the '94 massacres.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS Colonial. SYDNEY, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

IW,<iMHS Colonial. ' • ' Sydney, Friday morning, j . The .last; Federal elections cost £46.119, as against £56,881 for the previous election. A plague-infested mouse was found on one of the Sydney wharves yes terday. During a qnarrel over a game of fcwo-up at Mundigong, in WeBt Aus tralia, James Farrell was brutally attacked with a pailing. His head was battered. He is not expected to -ecover. Four men wera arrested in connection with the affair, but one of them escaped. Wheat, 8s to 8s ; chickwheit. <2s.'2d'fco'2j 9d. Oats, local, Is 9d to Is 10Jd; imported, Is 9d to 2.4 21.. Maize, prime old, 23 4d; prime dry new, 2s 4d. . Sheep at Homebush yards yesterdav were lower; wethers 24s, medium from 13s 6d, ewes 18s to 17s. Cattle were slightly weaker. Best beef was. worth 25s per 100 bs. Bul locks, €6 hi £11 10s; cows, £4 15s to fill 5s.

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 — 8 March 1904

SPORTING-. THE TURF RACING FIXTURES. Gundagai Racing Club, March 9 and'lQ. • ij Tumut Turf Club, March 16 and 17. ' Tarcutta Racing Club, April 4. Albury Racing Club, April 19 and 20. Young Turf Club, April 2T and 28. Wagga. Cup meeting, May 4 and 5. : Nurandera Tnrf Club, iUiiy 18 and 19. Junee Racing Club, May" 11 an^ 12. Winoline and Caroline, two mates, well-known in the Riverina district,, ;are. reported.to have been,stolen from their owner, Mr. J. Nancarrow, of Orange:

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Turn Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

Turn ut Turf Club. • A:special meeting of the committee o : the Tumwt Turf Club was held at Tatter 'sail's (Donnelly's Commercial Hotel last night. There were present: Dr Mason (chair), Messrs. M. McNamara (secretary), J. Blakeney, T. Malone, W. D- P- O'Brien, C. S. Byrne, T. Baker, H. Butler and M. S. Down ing. , The minutes of last meeting were read and confirned. A letter from Mr. M. McGrath was held over for further consideration. Mr. S. Crampton's account for sanding the rase track, for 26J days at 7s per day—£9 5s 6d—was passed for payment. Mr. Downing complained he had not seen everything contracted for . carried out. He thought this deserv ing of mention. The starter (Mr. M. S. Downing) salted that someone be presertt with him at the sorting of every race. : • It ,wag resolved that as soon as the ' starting mac*"'"® is finished it bf : erected. .. Mr. Byrne reckoned the rubbers at present were too weak, and he would, suggest buying new rubbers alto gether. The Chairman thoug...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUNDAGAI RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. WEIGHTS. G.R.C. HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

GUNDAGaI ItACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. ; WEIGHTS. *: G-.R.C. Handicap. ™ ~ , Bt lb St lb The Palmist.. 10 , 3 ; The Snail- .... 9 10 Curlew ..8 0 Ibis .. .. 8 ,0 i Easy Molly .. 7 13 Manildre .. 7 11 Vanilla .. 0 12 Alist.. ' 0 12 Tostireen. .. 6:12 Bombay ,0 7 Town Pirate. ™ t, , . st lb ' ' " ' "at lb The Palmist.. 10 :4 The Snail .. 9 11 .Curlew ..8 7 Ibis .. .'Easy Molly-,.. . 8 ...0 Manildre ..... 7 12 Silverspray .. 7 3 Mist.. .. 7 0 'Vanilla .. 7 0 Irroy.. • .. 7 o 'Bombay .. (5 7

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

; Summer samples now {in; all the latest itylesand patterns to choose • from.' ' Suits irom £3 3g, at Geobge Jackson's, Tailor, lextto Dr. Lee Surgery, Adelong. H. STEWART, Plumbei-i &o., having been licensed by the'Tmnat Municipal Council, is prepared Ito mrry out connections with the -water nains.* . ■ .-i'ii* Don'k make a mistake! GEOEGE JACK 30N'STailorings EstabliBhjnetttYiii Dr.IieeB'Surgery.amijO^f a^sivw'B, ; ■/<

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 — 8 March 1904

Abundant Evidence can be produced tha Chamberlain's Pain Balm will poEitively re Heve-rheumatio pains as well afc being unex celled for cutE, bruises and burns. For silo by PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. ■ Two Stbono Reasons.—W. J. Mollroy, Esq.„Kumara, N.Z., said recently: " From actual use > in my own .family and remarks made , by all who have ever used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, I know it'to be the best cough mixture in the market. I have had the agency for over four .years, have sold many gross, and have never had ; a single complaint." For sale by PEARCE & LONG, ADELONG. Gould Scakcely Wai<k.—Mr. '.G: S.-Purr:.1 ton, a resident of Kyncton, Victoria, ^Aus tralia, says: •' Some ■ time :aRO '-was < at tacked with severe pains and stiffness in my legs 'which i affected me • bo ; that ,;I could Boarcely walk, when II was recommended to toy fii bottle of '.Chamberlain's'Pain .Balm by; ouv iocflil chemist, Mr. Stredwick. I have used, it: onae $ day....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEMORA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

TEMOBA RACES. The annual .meeting,.of-tbe.Temora Jockey Club was held on 'Wednesday and Thursday. 'Results :— Fibst Day. Trial Handicap. -Olirida ljrlrroy 2 DelonaS. ■ Members' Handicap.—Tartar 1, Boonoona 2. Temora Cop.—The Palmist, 9.12, 1; Ograb, 7.12, 2 ; Manildre, 8.6 3. . Autumn Handicap.—Peeping Tom 1, Early Rose 2, Olinda 8. Welter Handicap.—Ruenofc 1, Blue Peter 2,. Silver Spray 3. Second Day. ' Flying Handicap — ooffey's Early Rose, ' l; ; Jones's Peeping ! Tom, 2; Walley's Manildre, 3. Selling Race.—Heffernan'a Tartar, 1; Elliott's Dr. Bill, 2. Town Plate.—Walley's Manildre, 1; Anderson's Acorn, 2 ; Keefe's Mist:3. Barrelan Handicap.—Heffernan'a Tartar, !; Crowley's Rawden, 2. A protest was entered, and referred, ta the A.J.C. Forced Handicap.—Peeping Tom, 1; Olinda, 2; Irroy, 3.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE WAR. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

■ THE WAR. ! London,1 Thursdav. The boilies of SO Japanese have been washed ashore near Wei-hai wei. Thay are supposed to be Hkho of a iiu-ubar of t!io c;ew of he Jap im o; guuboafc which was last week ic^ < o to have aunk , ouimidK Ghefou, ufu-i; having been badly damaged in one tif. the attacks on Port Arthur. ; Foundries at St. Petersburg have' been ordered to construct immediately six Djewetaki submarine'boa!t,s, which . are. ..declared ..to be , superior .to ;th'j French. " '': ; ; Meanwhile, the French naval 'ex perts are astonished- -at the eeneral lack of activity on the part of the Russian torpedo boats, atid torpedo lioat. destroyers in the present Far ■Eastern conflict. > ... Advices which have been received from *Ying-kow (the port, of New chwang) state that 500 Chunchuses (members of the Chinese robber, bands), armed with Mannlicber rifles, attacked a Russian, post of 50 men near Hicbeng, on the railway line 32 miles north of Newchwang. After a sharp engag...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 7. (Before Messrs. J. D. Walker, and Jas. Blakeney, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

^Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 7. • (Before'Messrs. J. D. Walker, andi Jas. tBlakeney, Js^P.) ■ : ■- , YECK.Shun, on bail,on remand 'from /Adelong, • was . charged with stealing two^ags of corn of the value £14s 6d, the property of Mon Hack Loong at Tumut on February 28 last. Senior Sergeant Bootes deposed:— I produce the depositions taken at the Adeilong police-court in the casb of police .v. Yeck Shun, charged with stealing two bags of- cracked corn at Tumut, the property of Ton Hack and Mon Puee, also a recognizance' to appear, at.the Turnut police-court here to-day. These documents were re ceived from the Adeilong Police yester • day. -The deposition referred.to is that of Frederick .William Charles Ander son, Sergeant-of Police. at Adelong. It was taken before Arthur William Molineaux, a Justice of tho Peace for the State of New South Wales. From certain facts that have came to my knowledge since the arrest I have j reason,to'believe thathe took the corn J in mistake for two bags...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

CRICKET. Although not definitely decided, it is anticipated that the following players will represent the combined team to go to Wagga shortly:—T. Harris, ,E. Anderson, G. Wilkin«on, J. C. McLean, 0. Harrison, it. Don aldson, H. Whatman, W. Bourke, S. Smiles, E. Eyles, W. Moore, ,W. Fraser, jCarberry and Harold. These players, if desirous of doing justice to the' clubs 4hey represent,' ^should be assiduous as< regards practice.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

You can always rely upon getting a perfeot fit combined with a thoroughly well-made' article, at Oko. '.Taokbok'b.' Tailor, &o. To Dairymen and 'Others. UAVING leased the ROSEBANK BUTTER FACTORY, I am now pre pared to' receive an UNLIMITED SUPPLY of CREAM, delivered in small or large quantities. Top prices given. • Consignments, from any where. along th9 railway line, no inatter.how far distant, will be accepted at the GILMORE RAILWAY ■STATION, which will bo visited daily. Arrangements have also been made for receiving cream on MONDAVS, WEDNES DAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, ,at O'Brien's Hall, Tumut. 1 ICE delivered to order in blqoks or half-' blocks. ' • - i G. E. SIDDALL, Proprietor. -

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 8 March 1904

MINING Dredging lease cancelled Smith, Gh 102, ph Calafyt, co Wynyard, 100 acres. • Gold mining leases under . the Mining, on Private Property Act can qelled for nonfulfilment of labqur.con ditions :—F. Taylor and another, pgl 2, ph, Eiiradera, 20a, and:A. J- .Har cison ph Hindinarsh, co Wynyard, 20a.

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