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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
BUSINESS CHANGE. BEEGLING BROTHERS. MK. ('? W. REEGLING desires to announce to the People of Tumut and District tliat lie has handed over IDS OLD-ESTABLISHED AND UP ''re-DATE BUTCHERY ill Russell St. IV.nuit, us March 1st, 15)25, to i.-i ;Siiis, Messrs. NORMAN AND OTTO BEEGLING. The same cordial treatment of Cus tomers will obtain as in the past. Thanks are extended to all support ers, and the same liberal patronage i is solicited for the New Management. Settlement of all Accounts to the end of Februar at an early date will I Lo appreciated. C. W. BEEGLING, Russell Street, Tumut. ALTERED TRAIN-SERVICE. COMMENCING ON MONDAY, MARCH 2nd. COOTAMNDRA— ' TUMUT. The G.35 a.m. -Mixed Train from '.'wC-tamundra to Tumut, week days, ?..ii! run on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ►Saturdays only.. An aditional passenger train will leave Cootaniundra West for Tumut ni Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at G.35 a.m. and arrive Tumut at 10.0 o.ni. The 1.15 ii.iii. Mixed Train from Tu- ' iiiul to Cootaniundra...
CHEAP UNDERCLOTHING AND LINGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
CHEAP UNDERCLOTHING AND LINGERIE. ' Nowhere else In the world is undev clothing, either for men or women sell ing as cheaply as it is in Australia to day. The prices for a good many ar ticles of men's wear are roughly only seventy-five per cent, of what they I were this time last year, and the re duction is even more noticeable in many articles for women. Indeed it does not l'liy to make ones own, un less for some very special occasions. One can buy the plain lines so cheap [ that they are worth spending money on for trimming and the time to do tliem, to suit, our own particular tas tes Of course the cheaper these lines become, the more frequent changes .can we have and the more frequently we change, even if the garments are not actually soiled the better it is for our bodily health. And the grand part about it is that the bargains are not. confined to the big city shops, most of them are standard priced dines 'that you can obtain just as well .at the local shops. You just try for y...
Cricket TUMUT v. TUMBLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Cricket TUMUT v. TUMBLONG. The above match was played on the Tumut Cacecourse wicket, oil Sunday1 last, for the Potts Challenge Cup, but the visitors failed to lift the cup. Bowling for Tumut, Guy Wilkinson obtained 0 wickets for 14 runs, and G. Hillier 2 for 20. Scores: — TUmblong — ?; ' / A Smith, c Segal, b G. Hillier ... . .- S; D. Connell, b G. Hillier .......... 0. A. Chandler, b Wilkinson,.!... ... 5 A. Gittoes, l.b.w. b Wilkinson : . . . . 28 J. Smith, e Clarke, b Wilkinsoin. .. .1. T. Connell, c Jepsen, b Wilkinson 2 C. Phillips, c Hillier, b Wilkinson ? 11 W Gittoes, i.b.w., b. Wilkinson .. 2 A. Turner, not out, .............. 2j J. Brown, std. Segal, ,b Wilkinson !?' E. Sibtliorpe, run out, . . . 12- Sundries. ? ...i.,v'.... 12 ? ? T ' ' 'V ? '? 'Vfcj# : ?? - ???.. ; ^ i ! 69 Tumut — j ' j ' G, Wilkinson, l.b.w, b Brown .... 2 A. Buck, l.b.w, b Smith 18 W , lillllcf, .0, SiniHl, b Siilltli , , T a. Clarke, c Gittoes, b Brovfu, 1 C. Barnett, run out 40 .T. Duff, e Smith b ...
Gundagai P.P. Board [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Gundagai P.P. Board The monthly meeting of the above1 P.ourd was held on Saturday * la.st, there being present: — Dirs. M'jCJiiir took (chair), .Itoche, (GliisHcock, Ko bortson and. Ilassctt. , Correspondence. The Seci'etary. of tlie Stock Brands Brunch wrote advising, the appoint ment 'Of L. J. Johnson and J. C. l'eiu'ee as permit inspectors. The Stock Branch advised that the Bonnl's communication re noxious weeds on Crown lands had been for- 1 warded to the Lands Department. Lindley Bros, asked that the in debtedness of Potter Bros., wire net ting account, be transferred to them, us they had purchased the property. —Agreed to. ? - Arthur Elphiek applied for the work of cutting noxious weeds on f niHe reserve, I'umblong road. - Ho would no the work for £15, or at n dally wage. — Left in 'the hands of t'ne In spector. K. Brede, Laurel Hill, applied for permission to split billets on reserve between Batlow and Laurel Hill. 'BU- letp Nvere required for pick handles. — Permission grant...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
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Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W. . The Secretary of the Royal Agricul tural Society of New South Wales states that entries for the forthcoming Woyal Easter Show are coming ill very ? well. Early entries that have already closed are wheat, export butter and cLeese. The entries received in these sections compare very favourably with other years, and in wheat a nun oer or new exnioitors nave entered so that competition should be very keen. The first of the principal sections lo close is the horse section. .Entries for ? this section, other than trotting con tests, close on March 7. Entries for trotting events will be received up to T- p.m. on Monday, March 30. Cattle I and pig entries close oh March 9, poul try comes next on March 10, followed by pigeons and cage birds on March 11 and dogs on March 12, while agricul ture (including fruit, apiculture and cookery) and dairy produce entries close on March 13th. Prom enquiries received for sche dules and entry forms the manage ment fee...
Adelong News A GRAND OLD AGE. NATIVE 107 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Adelong News A GRAND OLD AGE. NATIVE 107 YE AUK. One feels inclined to wish the hero of this story 'Long life nnd prosper ity;' Hut the long life lias been his — 107 years! 'Born 1818 nnd still going strong' bents the celebrated Johnny Will Iter. We doll our caps to Edward Heck. Horn at Epford, in Devonshire, in t In' year 1818, Edward Beck is still luilo and hearty and enjoying gond health in his 107th year, living at 011 more, near Tumut. He came to New South Wales when a young man, in a sailing vessel named the Catherine Addison, which- was wrecked, and 20 hands lost. He and three others man aged- to get away in an open boat and were afterwards picked up by a pass ing vessel. Like many other ship wrecked mariners, he had neither money nor clothes; but after some trouble managed -'to get a berth in a vessel bound for the Indies and thence on to Liverpool. He shipped again to Australia, and bad luck still stuck to him, for he had the' misfortune to again be wrecked, losing his pay ...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
ANNUAL MEETING. - There was a big attendance at the Ii.S.S.I. League.'s annual meeting. Mr. Arthur' E. Taylor (President); occu pied the chair. The. secretary's re. j.ort and balance sheet was received and adopted. A discussion followed as to whether the locai branch should ormnrnto from the narent League. Fin ally it was decided to form a separate league, to be called the Adelong Sol diers' Club, membership fee 5/- per annum. The election of officers resulted as follows: — ' Patron: Mr. H. Tonkin, senr. President: Mr. p. D. Boston.' Vice Presidents: Messrs. A. Taylor, I Len Bell, and F. Roche. I m' ? ? ? ...... H r— i a fTAnMn xreuBuriJi ; mi- Secretary: Mr. Frank Davis. After further discussion it was de cided to forego their, annual sports on Ei/ster Monday- in favor of the Ade long Jockey . Club's meeting, but decid ed to hold a monster social at night. The -League made a donation to the Adelong Show Committee to assist in cleaning up the ground for the forth coming show. '
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) '?.? -Sir. — What a pity people should bo i wasting their energy writing silly let ter?; to the paper, trying to tell people. ? ? how to conduct themselves at home, nnd such like trash, as if- that was go : lug to do Adelong any good. ?If n man likes to give his wife a 'hiding that is his business, and If a - Woman likes to give lvv husband ft tongue banging and scratch his face. 4-linf- linv tmnlnona. find If t-- 11 foolish person who interferes; so why write About it. , . I£ those persons who appear to pos ? gcsK such facile pens when writing such trash were to devote their energy to showing the Adelong people how to jnake their town a better place than it is, some good might result, and peo .plo might be shamed into doing some ? ' thing. If only someone would gather sufficient ? energy to call a meeting to elect a progress committee, I am sure, in a very short time, jnany im provements would be made and people would bo proud of the little old town...
P. AND C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
I'. AND MEETING. , Proceedings were lively at the spe cial meeting ol' the P. and O. Associa tion held at the school on Tuesday evening last. There was a large at tendance. Mr. Crain, President, o- copied tiic eliair. The meeting was ! called for the purpose of deciding re tbe-lioldins: of the Animal Picnic. The , lU'st proposition was carried flint a picnic lie held this year, but the fix Mug of the date was quite another ! matter. Propositions one after the , oilier, either lapsed for want of a seconder, or oil being put to the meet- 1 ? ' ins. was lost on the count. Finally a ??.'^?proposition .moved by -Mr. Robert' Prowse and seconded by Mrs. Bye, thai the picnic be held on the first - Tuesday in . April was carried. The Uci. P.vlce (secretary) immediately objected, strongly resenting the idea ^ parents ^ encouraging their children i'. irivolity during Holy Week. 'Mrs. H'. H. Prowso then gave notice of motion that, at a special meeting o l-i- held on March 10, her intention to ?...
DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
.DEATH. Mrs. Ilaiuleock received a sudden ? cdll to Gundagai about 12 o'clock on Tuesday night. Her father, Mr. Quirk, '-???' of Gundagai, was taken suddenly ill. The old gentleman, who we 'under-' ^ ? stand was over 8 ears of age, had ? been out to tea, and had seemed in Ills 'usual health on retiring. He pass ? ? .fed away about 0 a.m. Wo extend our sincere sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. IJnwlcock and relatives.
GUNDAGAI RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
GUNDAGAI RACES. There was a good attendance and ; good racing at Gundagai 011 Tuesday and Wednesday. Results : FIRST DAY. Maiden Plate: King Kernian 1, Cos tei'ose 2, Kintama 3. Flying Handicap: Gall Bell 1, Ves pucci 1, Woifear 3. Members' Plate: Exchange 1, Ada Keroo 2, Valfife 3. First Trial Handicap : Indus 1, Miss Mao 2, Baiting Glass 3. Highweight Handicap: Lunar Rose 1, Heather King 2, Sans Pareil 3. SECOND DAY. Maiden Handicap : Sansalito 1, Mo noon 2. ^ Donation Handicap : Clustercourt 1, Galvo 2, Call Bell 3. . - ? i G.R.C. Handicap: Valfife 1, Pilce 2, Ada Keroo 3. - ? 1 Trial Handicap: Nuytesia 1, Blue fera 2, Minnictonka 3. ? Welter Handicap: All Wheat 1, Magic Ointment 2, Coolifonn 3.
HOMEBUSH. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
HOMEIJUSH. ^SYDNEY, To-dav. .1800 sheep penned, quality good, but market, dull in early sales, without any material change for good sheep. For; other descriptions competition was ex tremely -.'dull -and market cheaper. v. 'Cattle 3300 yarded, quality better than usual. Prices equalled last day's closing rates during early sales, and gradually, improved.
Adelong BUSINESS CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Adelong 551I.SJNERS CHANGES. '? in n r ?' tlin'1; a Tuiir.it 'business is .y' ? iHiout l-- change hands, Mr. Mick Uuwlii'ii, htm ol' Mr. mid -Mrs. \Y. .U. Iliiwlcci, of Adolong, haying purehns ' 0(1 I he I'ruil and confectionery bu.si - lw-s of Mr. Myers. While oil I In* s-l'ul'f -»- ollu 'f -'he i .. iil-ici'. (ii Adelong Mick nrov t u»™» ? (.(I himself an efficient: nnd obliging Milpwiic'ii '''in1? «'i-1 I liivt'd by every-* our, ii»d we f'1'1 Iu- wi' i ' ? liisiltr 'f'-'d in his new von! lire, and wiMi him nil success.
Diggers' Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
DiggMs^'Caim^.'.'- . There was great frivolity at, the - Diggers' Carnival in Richmond ? Park last night, and financially the function was a brilliant success. This: is the sort of thing that the park seos-too little of. There was music, singing, . dancing, hoop-la, produce and sweets -; stalls, etc., and at the conclusion tho good things remaining were auctioned. There was the Tumut Band, the Boys' Bund -and an orchestra, consisting of M iss Vallins ( violin ) , Mr. - It. Wcedon (piano), Heron (cornet), and Runci mnn (jazz effects). Songs were ren dered; by Miss- Downing, Allan Down ing, and Mrs. Niekol, ? with Mrs. Thompson as, accompanist. This annual function of the Ieaguo la becoming ver popular.
TUMUT-CANBERRA ROAD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
TUMUT-CANBERRA ROAD. - (To the Editor.) Sir, — I. crave -a small space in your valuable journal to bring under the notice of the Tumutv people the neces sity of moving in the undermentioned mutter, for the benefit of the town and district. In the first place, I refer to rlie roads we travel on. Recently I i : naa occasion to go over portion of them, and anything more deplorable could scarcely be imagined, meaning the rain road Tumut-Adjungbilly. Ac cording to the map of the main road Canberra to Albury, Tumut is in a ?: direct line through Yass. This route -means a big saving in mileage for tourists— a saving of 20 miles by cutting 'out Gundagai and Coolac. The latter route is a barren waste compar ed to the natural scenery along the - ; Tomorroma road, where . Nature ap- - - - pears in all its glory-. But the road i - at present is in such a neglected state 'j ' as to be nearly impassable. In a car it is iiKo piaymg rounders — you are hit up and caught again, and ' are lucky if you...
Correspondence JOY-RIDERS AND CORNPULLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Correspondence . JOY-RIDERS AND CORNPULLERS. 1 A Blowering farmer writes as fol- ! lows : — i ; ' Sir— A pity the joy-riders cannot leave farmers' corn alone. O11 Mon- ' day night last, between nine and ten | o'clock, one party was seen pulling j corn and putting it into their car. Not only that, but from the screaming of the women and slamming of the motor door, you would have thought there was a big car accident. Hearing the screams I went to see what was wrong, but was too late. However, I got the number of . the car, and next time they pay a visit to my corn pad dock they will get a surprise. The gentleman of the party who lost 1:1s pocicet iiandkercinci: can have same by calling at the 'Times' office.