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FIFTH TEST. ENGLANDS TEAM. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
FIFTH-TEST. ' ENGLANDS TEAM. ' SYDNEY, To-day. England's team for the Fifth Test match, commencing to-morrow, will ' c-jnsist of : Gilligan, Hobbs, Sutclift'e, Wolley, Hendren, Whysall, Sandham, Hearne, Kilner,; Tate, - Strudwick, (Freeman twelfth man). Last night Toone and Gilligan talk ed to America by wireless, and gave a list of messages to friends in Phila delphia. , j
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. Potatoes, -local Ss ; Tasmanian Gs, 8s 6d. . Onions, Globe, lis. AVheaten chaff 6s, 7s; oaten 5s, Gs ?3d: ? ' : , Lucerne 5s, Gs. Hay, oaten 5s, Gs Gd; Algerian 3s, j is : white 4s Gd. Maize, local 3s 9d. .-?Eggs, . unaltered. -.
Presbyterian Church ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Presbyterian Church ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of. the Presby terian Church' was held in the church 011 Friday evening last. , The Rev. A. Crowtlier Smith, Minister of the cnurcli, acted as chairman, and Mr.' S. II. Nicbolls 'as. secretary. The church was weil filled with members and -adherents of the local and out lying churches. Most encouraging-- and- =' ' satisfactory I reports were.- presented regarding the work being carried on at Tumut, Gun dagai, Brun'gle, Adelong. and : Bohgon eolong. ??????? j, Special reforcuoe. was made by thii session clerk, Mr., William Marshall to.,i thy work being carried on. amolig. the younger members of .the 'congregation by means of ' the Trail Ranger' anid the Giris' Friendship Clubs and the 'Sun- day School, for undoubtedly the fu ture of the church is , being decided :to day by the' work among the- ? young j people.'' ' - ? ' ; ' During the past year there had been - ?a substantial increase .in membership I and a. corresponding . impro...
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Personal ' Mr. iiml Mrs. B. Ilowe, of :Sydiiey, are the guests of- Mr. aud.Mrs. T. P. Arragon,- of -Adelong. Miss McNamara' accompanies them. *.? *? * * Mr.- It. Stevenson, of Laemalac, has. been appointed President of the local Returned -Soldiers' League, in lieu of Mr. F. Daly (retired). : * « « * Mr. P. Nilon, with his wife and family are spending a few days in Adelong, prior to visiting Yarrango billy Caves. Sirs. Nilon was a mem ber of tlie Casey family, formerly of Adelong.' ??'??''♦ ♦ ? * The ? remains of the .late Mr. W. . ?Smith, ' who'so dentil were reported' as', having 'occurred in Wagga last week end; wore brought to Tumut for in tormont' in the ' R. C. portion of tho new cemetery; »' ? » ? Added to -the '-list of deaths in Tu mut last -week; Was that of Mr. Michael McGratli, at the age of 72 .years, and this week' is recorded the passing away of the little son, aged .12 years, of - Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ar m-i+'j- SSiv rlonflia uHfliin n nnvlnrl n-T seven days -is'siirely...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Brevities ; The Rector. of 'All-' Saints- is having I printe_d a number of cards upon which | to secure tho 1 pledge of people, young ] ami old, against'' butting and gambling — especially - so iii reference to liorsc racing, cards, and football. More anon.. * ♦ * * : An appeal is now being made 011 behalf ,.oi| the abovdj-namod Institu ticn, which has boon established over Gi years, and has been the means of educating and training some lmn dieds of afflicted children, many of V.'l'om are now Occupying positions of usefulness and proving themselves Capable and efficient members of the c( 111111 unity. To enable this good work ;to -'be carried 011 successfully funds arc urgently needed, and Mrs. Bonnor, country representative of the Institu tion, will, in the course of a few days, visit Tumut to solicit contributions. We trust her appeal will meet with a liberal and hearty response. ♦ * » I've always dreamed of a different girl from the cocktail drinking, cig arette smoking flapper ?...
Main Roads Conference [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 February 1925
Main Roads Conference A conference of delegates represent- - ins? several Councils was held at Gun- 1 dagai .011 Tuesday to discuss \tiie ,sugr-. gested alteration of 'the route, of the - Main Southern Road. The towns- rep resented were: Holbrook,.. Culcairnj Gi.-ndagai, Tumut, and. Tarcutta. The Conference' decided to writo.-t.lie Main Roads Board at once, and later j on to send a deputation to'tlio Board.,'] objecting to any alteration to tlie pro- J wnt route. If the proposed change is I made, the road was to. go via Wagg.-i and Junce instead of through Gunda- 1 gal as at present. j
Deaths MRS. CAROLINE CROWE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Deaths MRS. CAROLINE CROWE. The death occurred on Friday of Mrs, Caroline Crowe, wife of Air. .Jranes Crowe, of Fitzroy Street., Tu mut, at the age of 70 years. She suf fered- a paralytic stroke some time ago, and recovered only slightly, lingering for several weeks. Deceased was n member of the Wil son family, and was the mother of a large family, amongst whom are Mrs. i-. L. llerliliy, of Tarrabandra, and Miss Eileen. The funeral took place on Saturday, the remains being interred in the R.C. portion of the new cemetery, Mr. II. \Y. Baker attending to the undertak er's duties.
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Brevities . Aid. Noel Dillon - lias been very much indisposed of. late, and, we un derstand is about to go to Sydney for special treatment. * V * * Mr. O'Neill, the new schoolmaster for Lacmalac, came over by car from Oarratliool with his wife and family, on Friday, lie has now settled down to impart knowledge to the increasing number of pupils at Lacmalac. ♦ # » .* The Gadara Shire lias received a grant of £500 for Tumut Talbingo Road. Information to this effect was before the Tourist and Progress Lea gue on Friday night last, from -Mr. Ivillen, the member. if « 4* « ? The annual meeting of the Tumut Rodfishers' Association will be held ] nt the School of Arts on March 10. This association, has done good work locally, and deserves every support. Come along to the meeting and join up. , * * » *? This m&rniug the train, bringing pns&engers and mail, came in at 10 a m. The great advantage of this f; st service was fully appreciated. Our city papers were available almos...
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures Goulburn Feb. 27 nnd 2S Ilampstead . March 4 | Daydale, P.R.C. March 1 Braidwood March C and 7 .Tunbe Il.C. March 7 Berridale March .11 Yanko Creek P.R.C. . March 11 Culcairn A.T.C. March 11 Stockinbingal I\[arch 11 Albury St. Patrick's K.C. March .1.4 i Adaminaby .T.C. March 17 and 18 Wombat, J.C. March 18 Oaklamls P.R.C. Mnvch 18 Wagga Hospital R.C. .; I\Iarch 20 Coolamon R.C. March 25 Lockhart St. Pat's Day R.C. i\Iaroli 25 Yass P.R.C. March 25 .ami 2G Berrignn St. Patrick's R.C. March 25 Holbrook A.T.C. March 27 and 28 Monaro (Coomu) J.C. ' March 2 V Boree Creek R.C, April 1 Binalong R.C. April 1 Goulburn R.C. April 3 and 4 i Urana P.R.C. ' April 7 and 8 Lecton R.C. April 7 Goulburn 8-IIours R.C. April 9 and 11 riowlong St. Patrick's R.C. April 11 West Wyiilong' R.C. April 11 and 13 Bowna T.C. ' April 13 Binda J.C. April 13 Savernake April 15. Griffiith R.C. April 18 and 20 Albury R.C. April 22 and '23 [ Yass R.C. April 29 nnd 30 M.T.C. (Wagga) May 1 and...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Brevities Some ten to twelve cases are listed fo' hearing at Tumut Court House on 'Tuesday (to-morrow). * * * . * l Reserve March .13 for the School Continental at Tumut District! School. I * ?» » * Entries for the Adelong Show are I ? beginning to come in well. The! doles of the exhibition are March 24 und 25 ,and entries close on l4th inst. ?Mr. Greg. Day landed a good trout I at Yarrangobilly last week end. Finny j turned the scales at 41bs. 3ozs. It. is expected that the transfer of the license of the Woolpack Hotel from R. It. Tobin to II. o. L. Wil kinson, of Tumut, will' be, put through at the Court House on Tuesday' (to- . 1 morrow).
Tumut Show [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Tumut. Show ?Everything points to a record show for Tumut, on Wednesday and Thurs daj next.' A lot Of interest is being taken an the pavilion entries, worked tip ? by the competitive spirit amongst the various branches of the Agricultur al Bureau. Even in sections other than produce, there seems to be the same competitive spirit. This is always a good thing for the success of a show. The catalogue lists about 1G00 entries, I-.iis against 1400 last year. Ring ev | ents are promising also, and if the i delightful weather at present prevail ing continues, it is safe to predict 4 a | record attendance. Everybody should | [ ao to their district show. Admission i fee is always low, and a large at I tendance is a splendid advertisement i for the district. The people of Tumut conld do wonders amongst themselves if they would make it a policy to talk show, to everyone they meet for three or four weeks before the exliibi fcii.ii. If helps to create interest. Dur ing to-morrow ask everyone you...
Citizenship [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Citizenship Citizenship in .Tumut is 011 ft much higher level than it was years ago — sny, in pre-war days. What is -mare — with the march of local progress each year sees the civic dualities of tlie people reaching for n higher stnn thu'd. This is easily comprehensible, seeing that our educational system amis at, and makes for, good citizen ship ; and although the younger gen eration, in which these teachings are more solidly inculcated, have not yet begun to mix widely in our public all'siirs, yet the influence of tha school teaching is in the atmosphere, and cunnot fail to reach our elders. In the public life of Tumut there are fewer undesirables than in any town we know of. Certainly, we have one or two who are over critical ; who make no allowance for the good intentions of others ; who take men's sayings strictly literally, even when it is plain that the intended meaning is not clearly explained ; who never al low the benefit of the doubt. Some are prone to assume that the wor...
Batlow News [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Batlow News Very unseasonable weather was ex perienced last week, cold west winds and cold frosty nights, even necessitat ing fires at night. For February this is most unusual. The winds have dried up the moisture which fell during the earlier part of the week, and at time of writing it is blowing another gale. A storm threatened, but it turned to 1 w ind instead of .rain.
"Worked in the Bank" ECHO OF THE KELLY DAYS. TUMUT VISITOR REMINISCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
'Worked in the Bank' ECHO OF THE KELL* DAtfS. TUMUT VISITOR REMINISCENT. Air. Harry Tift'en, who passed through Tumut the other evening to lift stock in the mountains beond, is one of the few survivors of the old historic Kelly days and can tell a good story about the visit of that notorious gang of bushrangers to the Southern KUerina nearly 50' years ago. Air. Tif fehwas in those days living in Jeril (leiie (as a matter of fact he has lived t!ie:.e most of his life and he has now parsed the allotted span) and he quite well ? remembers the day that Ned Ke'-iy, Dan Kelly, Joe Byrne and Steve Unit rode in and stuck up the Bank of . New South Wales. lie is able to dis course interestingly on the way in wh-ch the local police were surprised :it dead of night and placed in the 'lo; s,' and how later 011 the Kellys for- ed the -officers to introduce the ?-ar-g to the townspeople as visiting policemen. The bushrangers attired themselves in police uniforms for the ?K'i;,sion. Afterwards the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
THE1AST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS Baker's Post Office Stores rjjit,n-rrrrrrrr ? ANNOUNCE THAT TIIE PRICE CHOPPING CAMPAIGN OF ?- THE LAST FEW WEEKS CAN ONLY BE CONTINUED A FEW DAYS LONGER— AFTER WHICH ORDINARY PRICES WILL RULE AGAIN. ? ? .EVERYTHING IN THE STORE (EXCEPT GROCERIES AND HEAVY IRONMONGERY IS SUBJECT TO 10 TEN PER CENT. 10 . 10 TEN PER CENT. 10 10 TEN PER CENT. 10 DISCOUNT FOR CASH EVEN WHERE THE PRUNING KNIFE HAS CUT IN WITHOUT CONSIDERING COST OR VALUE. OUR SALES ARE HELD TO CLEAR STOCK & THIS OBJECT IS ALWAYS ACHIEVED BECAUSE THE PRICE DOES IT. mUNERY MODELS ' » ONLY HALF A DOZEN OR SO LEFT, .BUT -TI1EY 'MUST GUT -OUT— COME AND SEE THE PRICE. _ //; LADIES' SHOES . ; f '^s.- ?- j' S^F * * „ k NOT MANY 'LEFT, BUT 'AT rCASlI— YOU CAN'T GO '-WRONG. ' - - _-'v'V'Vv LINOLEUMS & RUGS ,'-4k-' ; BAKER'S PRICE LESS 10 PER CENT' x,CASII, IDISCOUNT— CAN'T BE BETTERED IN N S.WiV ^ V - DRESS MA...