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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

WILL SET OFF THE MAN IF IB E3S& f1* v-'Vjp j \ \frj ? bb* ^^ ? ? ? ™ , ' ? ' -.. ^-^n Fasnionable Tailor, s-^^ » ' RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, ........ , )' Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of it. . ?' - '? ??... Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK/s ber-t Styles and Properly Fitting Suits. Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. ' Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. nor wool-buyers. We are selling brokers, and, like the true I cobbler, 'We stick to our last.' Our energies are entirely di ? ? j, rected to the provision of a thoroughly successful means by j which growers can market their clips. ;? In that business we have specialised, giving sheepmen a service |. characterised by the most complete and prompt attention. That ?? service, coupled with our proved capacity in making sales, offers .??????'? sheepmen the fullest assurance that their wool will' receive the' ; utmost care in our hands. Winchc...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Are Women Getting Bigger? [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Are Women Getting Bigger ? (By a Woman). In Australia they certainly are, There is no gainsaying that i£ you take the trouble to compare groups of men and women wherever you. may meet them, you will prove that for yourself. Not alone in height, but in figure and frame altogether. In spite of the trend of modern fash ion for slimness, the anti-fat fever, ger every day. You have only to watch girls and boys of aproximately the same age at play in the school grounds to sec the difference in phy sique. Why, the girls have it all over the boys. In the factories too, it is just the same, and on the tennis courts and anywhere else where you act an opportunity of making com parisons you will notice the superior ity of our sex in matter of size. I liave mentioned the matter to several tradespeople and they agree with me. The shoeman tells me that wo men on the whole take a size and a ?half larger in their footwear than was the case ten years ago. Modistes tell me that all their paterns are c...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Newspaper Law Subscribers and advertisers Mriio do not give express notice to the con trary are considered as wishing to continue their advertisements or sub scriptions. If subscribers order discontinuance of their publication, tho publisher may continue to send them until all ? arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to they are directed, they will be held responsible until they have settled their accounts. If subscribers move to another ' place, without informing publishers, and papers are sent to their former ; v direction, the subscribers are respon sible. The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from any post office, or removing, or leaving them uncalled for,' is prima iapie ~ , evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advance for a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue It, otherwise the publisher is authorised to send the publication ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Tumut. ? ? ? ? Mr. Dranslield has been, appointed lay-reader to assist Rev. T. A.. Gair in the Church of England Tu mut Parish, in succession to Revv F. Johnson, transferred to Moruya. He will preach at Tcmorroma and Bombowlee Creek ou Sunday liext. '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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How to vote at Federal Elections EXHAUST PREFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

How to vote at Federal j Elections , EXHAUST PREFERENCES. | Voting for the Federal elections is on a preferential system. For. the House of Representatives it is compulsory to exhaust all your preferences — otherwise your vote will be informal. You must put a '1' opposite the name of the candidate you wish to place first, and then continue your pruioiuiicus, leaving no oianiis wnat ever. When the vctes arc counted, the candidate who first secures one more than the total number of votes cast for all the others is declared re turned. In the case of the Senate, it is necessary to vote for twice the num ber of candidates to be. elected, plus one. As there are five Senate vacan cies in N.S.W., you will have to vote for 11. Should it happen that there are less than that number of names, you will have to vote for all tho candidates.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Clipping of Dairy Cows [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Clipping of Dairy Cows What had beon the experience of the Department in relating to the clipping of dairy cows, ran a recent inquiry. In the United States the practice of clipping the udders and flanks was general, and the consen sus of opinion there seemed to be that the operation induced a- greater Clow of milk of better quality, the result of the comfort the animals en poyed from the hair being kept short in the parts mentioned. Clipping, the corresponednts were advised, will neither increase the flow nor the quality of the milk; this is a matter entirely under the nervous control of the cow. With all the experiments that have beon car ried out throughout the woVld, the scientist has not discovered any me thod of materially increasing butter fat in milk. The main factors in in creasing the milk-flow are better breeding and feeding and kinder handling. Of course, where a cow has a long growth of hair on the ud der, and this is allowed to become matter, the cow becomes irritated a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Main Roads. KEEPING THEM IN REPAIR [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Our Main Roads. KEEPING THEM IN REPAIR,' Mr. E. F. Crouch, consulting eli ginoer to the N.S. Wales Main Roads Board, and brother of Mr. H. II. Crouch, of Tumut, recently conl- — nlpted a tour of. inspection ,of the 'main roads in' the Gadara' Shire, anil as a result of his recommendation to the Bolird £1500- has been granted as , subsidy. ?- ^ - ;- '?' ivuici 1 mgt lu uiu consulting : cngi 'tieef,' 'Smith's AVoclily'f Afuyt,:'— f'lijj . . P.- Crouch, -dropped into the 'exacting job of consulting' engineer to Ifte New South Wales Roads Board, will, if he gels a chance, to show' his met tle, meet with the 'approval o£ thost! who seek good tracks. For nearly 20 years he has bden building roads' for bush shire Councils in a fashion that is often heard of but seldom seen. Up Tarn worth way his work is a standing monument to his 'tifll ciency, for with him thoroughness^ lias' been a guiding principle in every job he supervised.' '?

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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BATLOW [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

BATLOW Heavy frosts are still being exper ienced here, and the nights are con sequently very cold. The rainfall for September totalled 412 points, which is considerably less than September last year. The fruit trees are slightly later in blooming this year than last, which is just as well, considering the heavy frosts which still occur. RACE CLUB. The Batlow Race Club has been re vived, and a meeting, held to elect a new committee and arrange for the next race meeting, was well attended. It was decided to hold the race meet ing on Wednesday, 25th November, to be followed by a dance at night. ,. A ballot was taken for the new committee, which resulted in the fol lowing members being elected: — Mes- srs O. J. Butz, F. T. Casey, R. J. Christian, W. J. Broome, M. Brad ford, J. D. Hourigan, W. E. Jones, A. Paterson, A. Skein, I. Svenson, C. W. Walker, J. Webber and H. H. Robinson. At a subsequent meeting of the committee the following oflicebaer ers were appointed: — Patron, Mr. u. a. ja...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILTON SILLS AGAIN GREAT ROLE IN MODERN LOVE DRAMA [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

MILTON' SILLS A6AIN GREAT ROLE IN MODERN LOVE' ' _ D'RAMA \ Milton Sills goes to seti again 1 lie is Captain John Clay, of the two. masted pearl steamer, 'Lark' (foi' merly Major John Craig of the In dian Army) iu First National's 'Afi Man Desires,'' a rapid-lire drama rif , romance at the People's Picture.^ Theatre, Tumut, on Saturday. GOnS' are . the bushy hirsute adornments and trappings of Sir Oliver Tressil-' ian. tho indomitable hero of FninkV Lloyd's ' picturisatiou of 'Tho Scia: Hawk.' Viola Dana, who is ccf-. featured in the drama, in the role o£. a half- wild native dancing girl, falte in love with him, and Sills marrids' her with the intention of , making her into a 'fine lady,' as; a. rebuff..1 to the memory of the girl whose fancied, infidelity has brought about his dis grace and exile. The residents of Upper YaVeri Creekiv Peel's Creek and? Upper Ade-f long organised a basli-2t- social in Aid of the Tumut District Hospital which , was held at Mr. T. Smith's resiV dence...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Delay is Dangerous We all remember the pretty story of the little hero who saved his na tive village in Holland by stopping with his hand, through the whole of a dark, tumultous night, the gentle trickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dyke and flooded the village. Similar danger threatens us here. Hundreds of backs are aching, yet people are neglecting this warn ing, and it's so easy to check kidney disease if treated in time, but don't neglect the first warnings. Read how the danger can be averted: Mrs. Jas. O'Keefe, late of Clark-st., Tumut, find who is now on a station near Crookwell, says: — 'I am very pleased I have an opportunity to say a few words in praise of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Some time ago I took a course of these pills for severe aching pains across my back and other distressing symptoms of kidney trouble, and they completely cured me. A friend told me about Doan's Backache Kidney...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

FROM ALL,SOURCES. Staying with' their relatives at| Nacki Nacki are Mr; and Mrs.j.Gunn, late of Pictoiu Both are having a busy time renewing old friendships. « * * a Tho Stato Government has de finitely abandoned the Jackadgery hydro-electric scheme launched by the Fuller Ministry. Mi'. Lang says that the advice given by the Govern ment's engineering officers was de cidedly adverse to the scheme. * » * ? A special 'Gazette' has been is sued proclaiming the revised enter tainments tax to take effect on Thur sday, October 15. The new rate is to be 2£d on a minimum of 2/6, and lid on each Gd afterwards. The loss of revenue will be £300,000 a year from the revision. A total of £320, 000 still will -be derived from the tax. .._?.- ?' ' ? ' : * ♦ ? Victor Kell was charged, at Wagga Police Court, on Monday, with hav ing fraudulently misappropriated the sum of £180 between July 28 and August 7 last, the property of Mes srs Williams Bros., Ltd., motor car importers, Sydney. Kell was reman de...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

A frog in your throat! Have you ever felt like that ? It is foolish to allow a cold to go so far that one's cough becomes a deep seated 'croak.' BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS prevents a cold 'settling on the chest.' By allaying the IRRITATION, soothing the MEMBRANES and stopping the COUGH, it aids nature to heal the damage. No IMITA TIONS will do, get 'BONNINGTON'S.' HI 1/9 and 3/ m Irish Mass -» forCQUGHSand COLDS ( \ NICK HAWK EN'S Refreshment Rooms Is where a hearty meal is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut. * » ? ? The infant daughter, 18 months, of Mr. and Mrs. E. Roddy, of Lacmalac, sustained a burn on one of her wrists a month ago, and the irrita tion on the affected part necessita ted Drs. Browne and Clouston per forming an operation a fortnight ago, and the irritation on the affec ted Drs Browne and Clouston per forming an operation a fortnight after. The child is now doing well'. The case is a very rare one. » * * ? NICK HAW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

w O—O—O— O—O— O—O— O—O— 4)— O O— O— O— 0— O— O— O— Ot-'O— O— 0© 4 ? National Service Pins Profit % t — ? : ? ' 1 A SECURITY PLUS GOOD INVESTMENT. \ i ' i | Regular 'Dividends' minus all worry. £ 9 Interest return minus State income Tax levies. | A The Commonwealth War Conversion Loan offers you all these ad-P I vantages. © ? Interest 5J per rent, per annum paid half-yearly. I © Convert your War Loan Bonds which fall due in December next or® I subscribe new cash. | | Apply at any Bank or Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office or® © see any member of a recognised Stock Exchange. © , q You may select G, 11 or 16 year Bonds or inscribed Stock. \ .] Commonwealth Treasury, EAHLE PAGE, Treasurer. 9 '9 Melbourne, 22nd July, 1925. © ° o— o— ot— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o i 0 o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— -o— o— o© I _^ ^a «OTan n B^k H» /SB- 9 ? (O'BRIEN'S HALL) I f yj\e future Sou^e =[ 1 MATINEE 2.30 p.m. ? : ? NIGHT SESSION AT*8 p.m.© : TSTAR NO 1.— , © q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

NOTICE. Anyone found SHOOTING or TRAPPING WITHOUT AUTHOR ITY, or in any way TRESPASSING on RED HILL STATION will be PROSECUTED without respect, to persons. J. H. KING, Manager. Red Hill, Tumut, 1st July, 1925. ]! $ (SIZE 10x7) ^ ![ has been welcomed into thousands of Aus. S i[ tralian Homes in the past four months, and Ijj jS is proving to be a J, ?; ReaS Good TtaekeepeE' S i[ with no springs to break or key to wind. 5 'i Just pull up the weight once a day and it \ '! &fcssa will go for a generation, i 5 ./l-r^S^%r?^5!U Children love to hear i ^^^^^m ?s'Sfi® Cuckoo ^^g^^^S^^Kg've his melodious notes - ^^5&j»BE'^-P^eVCry 3uartcr hour; in aR*?Sta k'^' Erown-Ups are just ' i Affi/;-l%&4''Wft% as muc'- interested in faMitHfciwS^ thisverynovel and popu- [i ^fcw^^'wi* 'ar c'oc'c ^ich 's ?' £i|pp|f3|j» SeratPosftFffee;! -Ep-%Sili§'%; ant^ 8uarantced against 1 ' tsntt w'P^W a' ^nm:1Bc in specially ' , i 1J5U fwtf W-2£ made boxes, and in order i t \ to introduce these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

HAM or TOMATO SANDWICHES cut at shortest notice. Also COOKED HAM on sale.— O'SULLIVAN'S, Rus. sell.st., Tumut, 'Phone 118, CATTLE SALE S, F. Wilkinson & Co WILL SELL by PUBLIC AUCTIOI;, at the Cjonimeroial StUe.y»rds, TU MUT, TO-MORROW (SAT, OCT 10), at 2.30 p.m., MIXED CATTLE, i

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BUREAU MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

BUREAU MEETING. ? , — ?? At a meeting of. the local branch of the Bureau, Mr. A. W. Davis was in the chair. Correspondence was read from W. 13. Taylor, Chairman Advisory uoun cil, stating that he had abandoned the idea of pool-buying for the Bur eau, as they could secure terms just as good by co-operating among them selves. — No action. A. C. Hall, secretary Country Club, invited .members to join, fees £1/1/- per annum; benefits also ex plained. — No action. ?From Mr. T. Mutch, Minister for Education, informing the Branch that it was not the practice of the De partment to fence school reserves or grant any assistance, but residents were at liberty to erect the fence themselves. He further stated that there were no funds for the purpose of building a weathershed for the children, as the funds in hand were urgently 'needed in carrying out more important work.— Messrs A. 'YV.i Davis and E. Robson moved that1, the Minister be again approached and it be pointed out that the fence com-^ p...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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GILMORE. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. LECTURE BY A. N. STACY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

GILMORE. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. LECTURE BY A. N. STACY. There was a fair attendance of members at the mectirigg -which : took place at ? 'Burnside' on Thursday night last. Mr. A. Davis sr. occupied the chair. Mr. A. N. Stacy,' of 'Camelot,' Tumut Plains, was pre sent by invitation to deliver an. ad dress on the growing of clovers and other pasture grasses. The Chairman extended a hearty welcome to Mr. Stacy (on behalf of this branch) and was sure all present would listen attentively to the address. Mr. Stacy said it was a pleasure to be present and he thanked the Pre sident for his words of welcome. At the outset, he thought our pastures could bo improved to a very great extent by experimenting with differ ent clovers and grasses and also by fertilising such. He had been ex perimenting in this direction for the past five or six years, with very sat isfying results. He thought lucerne was the king of fodder plants and it was a wonderful cropper arid a great nsset in times of drought. T...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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The West Blowering Case A Grievous Bodily Harm Charge Hood Before the Court Committed for Trial [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

*^* egg) A Grievous Bodily Harm Charge ? Hood Before tee Cosiri ??;.'£ :.;-. ?'? Committed for Trial MANGUS ANDERSEN, WHO HAD HIS SKULL SMASHED IN ON AUGUST 20 LAST AT WEST BLOWERING, AND WAS A- PATIENT IN THE TUMUT HOSPITAL SINCE, WAS SUFFICIENTLY RE. COVERED FROM HIS INJURIES TO ATTEND THE TUMUT PO. LICE COURT ON TUESDAY LAST TO GIVE EVIDENCE IN THE CASE IN WHICH WALTER HENRY HOOD WAS CHARGED, BE. FORE MR. HARRISON, P.M., WITH INFLICTING GRIEVOUS BOD. ILY HARM ON HIM ON AUGUST 20 LAST AT WEST BLOWER. ING. ANDERSEN HAD A LARGE SCAR ON THE R«GHT SIDE OF HIS HEAD, WHERE THE DOCTORS HAD TREPHINED THE SMAS. HED.IN SKULL. . ,, , 'Sergt. J. Vallins conducted the prosecution; Mr. W. Oliver (Fraser and Oliver) for the defence . ; 'Sergt. Vallins deposed : On Aug ust 20' last, at about 8 p.m., I was told something. Immediately went to, the Tumut Hospital in company with Constable Jones. Waited there a. while.' Then saw accused, . Walter Henry Hood, in company with a man named Lmdbeck. Said ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tumut Post Office MAIL SERVICES TIME-TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Tumut Post Office MAIL SERVICES TIME-TABLE. INWARDS. Mails arrive -at the Tumut Post: Office as 'follows : — From Sydney, ? Cootamundra, etc. — Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10.30 a.m. ; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11.45 a.m. FroinBrungle, Gocup, Argalong and Lacmalac;— -Tuesday and Friday at 11.30 a.m. From West Blowering and Yello win. — :Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11.30 a.m. From Adelong and Gilmore. — 3.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted). From Batlow. — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. ; Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3.45 p.m. From Talbingo, Ravine, Yarrango billy and._Caves. — Monday- and Thurs day at 11.30 a.m. From Tomorroma and Adjunbilly.— Wednesday and Saturday at 11 a.m. ? OUTWARDS. Mails close at the Tuinut;Post Office Cor despatch as follows : — For Sydney, Cootamundra, Gunda gai, etc. — Ordinary letters, Monday, Wednesday and -Friday at 12.30 p.m., registered , mail at 11.30 a.m. ; ordin ary letters, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2.5 p.m., regi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

TENNIS. A pleasant game of tennis between Tumut and Adelong gents was played on the Adelong courts last Saturday. The game was a close one through out, Tumut eventually winning by one set. Appended are the scores, first-mentioned being Adelong : — Curtis and Burkinshaw v Lester and Henry, 6—3; Davis and L. Crain v Barnett and Heilmann, 3 — 6; Curtis and Con Crain v Lester and Henry, 5—6; G. Crain and B. Prowse v Les ter and Henry, 6^-4; Curtis and Bur kinshaw v 'Barnett and Heilmann, 2 — 6; Curtis and Burkinshaw v Hey tlon and Taylor, 6—4, 3—6; C. Crain and G. Crain v Barnett and Heil mann, 1 — 6, 3 — 6; G. Crain and B. Prowse v Taylor and Heydon, 6 — 3; Davis and L. Crain v Taylor and Heydon, 6 — 1; G. Crain and Burkin shaw v Barnett and Heilmann, 3 — 6; C. Crain and Prowse v Barnett and Heilmann, 2—6; G. Crain and Pro wse v Barnett and Heilmann, 0 — 6; L. Crain and' Davis' v Lester and Henry, 6—2; L. Crain and Davis v Lester and Henry, 6—0. Totals : Tumut, 9 sets 76 games; Adelong...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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