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HOMEBUSH. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
HOMEIiUSH. ? ? SYDNEY, To-day. I S-Slieep, '000 forward, qualify fairly ?oil, Attendance was also good. Tlie ?'?irket opened irregularly but soon „,i'deiic(l l'ov .Rood shoeii. Early sales indicated- no quotable change. Lambs | were very fivni nt last day's best i ''cattle, 2100 yarded. Fair quality, lmirket firm for anything better tluin medium quality 1'eelV Tendency to ,vc«k£-!i for
Our Telegrams SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Our Telegrams SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. I Pol 'i Iocs, local 7s, Tasmania!! £0 ? 1IN (.-11. , . , Cliiil'f, wh en I en (Is Id is, oaten (-s to lis. Lucerne elm IT 5s. lo (is. ' Maize, Northern Rivers 3s (id, H. iitli Coast; 3s 8.1, Queensland 3s 10(1. Onions, Victorian Glolu: £11 ton.
"THE PRINCIPLE INVOLVED." NEW STATE COMMISSION. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
'THE PRINCIPLE INVOLVED.' NEW STATE COMMISSION. SYDNEY, To-day. Oiviiiir evidence before tlie New Slifes Commission this morning, Mr. Killeii, M.H.R., said the £25, 000 ?vi, it-li will be spent oil tlie Commission was surely a small tiling compared willi the 'principle involved, and tlio - millions spent in tlie city. lie des cribed press criticism as unfair on one ; -side,
Tumut Musical Festival Society [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Tumut Musical Festival Society The adjourned meeting of the above was held at the Council Chambers on Thursday evening, when the following were present: Mesdaines O'Mara, Madigan, Deans, Graham, W. Bridle, Thompson, Livingstone, Potts, C. Smith, Runciman, Misses Howard, E. and J. Bridle, E. Graham, M. Wat son, Messrs. Teasdale, W. Bridle, Fleming nnd Rev. T. A. Gair. Apologies were received fi'Oiiii Mr. and Mi% 13. Howardf Jleasrs. W&tSOii finti Heron, Mr, and Mrs, 3. 1', Wil kinson, Sirs, H. Wilkinson, and Miss Groves. Rev. Gair was voted to the chair. EXECUTIVE APPOINTED. Mrs. Thompson and Miss E. Bridle moved that the executive consist of IU members, including the secretary and treasurer.— Carried. The following were elected : Mrs. Potts, Mrs. O.' Smith, Messrs. Heron and Teasdale, Misses Kiiired and Howard, Mr. Livingstone, Mesdames O'Mara, Madigan, and Runciman, Rev. Gair, Messrs. Watson and Howard, Mrs. W. Fraser, Miss E. Graham, Mr. Iveith Weeden. Miss E. R. Bridle an...
MR. STANLEY FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Me! STANLEY FRASER. Word was received by Mr. Walter Fraser on Saturday that his brother Stanley, who was recently operated upon in Dr. McCormaek's Private Hospital, at Paddington, had passed away. Mr. Walter Fraser had just returned from the city, which he had left on the understanding that the operation had been successful, and danger was past. The news came as a great shock to him. Mr. Stanley Fraser, who was a na tive of Tumut, was 4G years of age. lie came to the old town in Centenary Week, and appeared in good health. Shortly after, however, lie felt unwell, and was granted a short holiday from the bank where he was engaged. As he continued to get worse, his doctor advised an explorative operation, which was carried 'out, and the trouble was found to be a .dilated heart. He survived ten days after the operation.
Hibernian Race Club [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Hibernian Race Club At a meeting of members of the above Club the following were elected as a committee: Messrs. T. J. O'Brien, E. L. Quirk, M. S. Downing, J. P. Sullivan, II. W. Baker, R. Blakeney, F. S. Downing, A. Wl Lynch, T. Malone, E. Liston, J. F. Bourke, F. Cripps ; and the following officers were appointed : ? President, air. M. S. Downing; Vice-President, air. E. L. Quirk ; Treasurer, air. J. P. Sulli van ; Secretary, air. R. Blakeney. The membership fee was fixed at 10s, entitling members to admission for himself and two ladies' tickets, and the admission fee at 6s Gd for gents, and 4s 4il for ladies.
Primary Producers' Union [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Primary Producers' Union 'The postponed meeting -held in O'Brien's I Jail on Saturday last at 2 I', in., showed a much better attend ance than that oil the previous Satur day, and from all appearances it looks as (hough, at long last, the farming fraternity is beginning to rea lize that their calling is second to none in its importance to the coun try. ? ' fcijG .At the outset air. T. Airey, the Act ing Secretaiy, gave a resume of the proceedings of the previous meeting, and outlined the proposals made by the Union representatives for the es tablishment of branches. Mr. William Ilassett (Chairman of Directors of the Co-operative Dairy Co.) wos unanimously voted to the chair, and reminded those present that the time had arrived when m™,. person interested in Primary Produc tion should belong to an organisation of a character that would watch the interests of the man on the land, than which he knew none better than the Primary Producers' Union. The meeting then by agreement proceeded ...
Fire [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 2 March 1925
Fire Another fire occurred in Grahams; town on Thursday about 1 p.m., when a six-roomed house occupied and own ed by air. Alfred E. Young, gardener, was burnt to the' ground. air. Young was in Adelong.at the time. airs. Young had gone to a neighbour's, and had left her hus band's dinner ready, and everything ?quite safe, as she thought. Someone noticed smoke coming from the house; atrs. Young rushed back and only lvrnaged to save a single bed and bedding. The sum of £28 in notes, be longing to arr. Young, was burnt, also £3 10s belonging to his nephew. The house was insured for £100, and the furniture far £100, with the . In surance Coy. of Australia, Ltd., but' we understand tlie owner la a heavy loser.
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
Brevities 1 Tumut cricketers defend ' the Stab back Cup against Mt. Pleasant ,011 the Adelong ' wicket 011 Sunday next, at ?11 a. 111. Chosen players are: E. Wil kinson, J. 'Duff, E. Segal, C. Redfoi'd, O. Jepson, C. Barnctt, D. Young, J. Ilk-key, S. Clarke, Bert Stelley, Father McNeeve. J. Caddy. * ? -? * » The cool weather yesterday and to-day caused the frocking at the Show to be very mixedi Some ladies were attired in- heavier textures, whilst others, who specially prepared summer wear for the occasion, chose 'coldness' than to wear anything heavy. V iH - * 41 Tumut Band has continued to pro gress under the capable conductor ship of Bandmaster I-Icrron. On Sun day evening next the public will have an opportunity of enjoying a musical programme by the Band in Richmond Park, commencing at S.45 o'clock. * t- » .« Betty Compson and Clive Brook, who made such a success of their roles in 'Woman to Woman' have another \er.v tine vehicle in 'The White Sha dow' in which they will be seen...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
Brevities An outstanding feature Of the Show ..his year was the appearance of the ; ajj; — studded with hundreds of motor cars. ? , / ~ * * * * ? Meeting to iorm a branch in Tumut -f - the Country Women's Association, ??n Saturday. next, at 3.30 p.m., at tlie Jo until Chambers, Tumut. * V * * Mr. Mick McNamara got ? a nasty Lick oil the shin whilst catching a lorse on Monday last. The bone was .split so much that the sinews of the 'eg were visible. * * * * .Iu Tumut Plains Bureau exhibit at lie Show there was a particularly at tractive feature in the shape ot a l miniature bungalow, formed entirely i -f produce. It was most creditable, iiid deserving ol special mention. — I'he work of Mr. W. II. Crampton. . ? * * * * * To-day there were scores of old i l?i-mut natives to be met with on the j Showground. Visitors were numerous, 1 Adelong, Batlow, and Gundagai being well represented . i * * * * The following race dates should be : ..iddcd to the lii.il appearing on page eight: Tumut H...
The Show [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
The Show i Seldom, perhaps never, has Tumut; Show called forth more enthusiasm, ! and never ha.-e tlie produce exhibits in ' the Pavilion appeared to better ad--; vantage than this year. This is at tributed directly to the competitive ! spirit occasioned by the presence of t!-o various branches of agricultural bureau in our district. A glance at the exhibits creates astonishment at the vast amount of work entailed in the 'collection, preparation and ar rangement oi - these artistic .exhibits, (t speaks well for the citizenship of those connected with the bureau. The 'displays were o.ii object lesson to the residents; we who have lived in- Tu innt all our lives had only a Very va ;;ue idea of what was being manufac tured in the district. The seven col- 1 tactions of exhibits brought this prom- ' l.ently home to us. If- the -formation if these branches of the bureau served no other purpose in our midst^-niid tlic-57 servo sevot'fll^tiieit' osSstomw ?vould be amply justified, and tha s...
WEEK NIGHT SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
WEEK NIGHT SERVICES. Friday, Bombowlee Creek, 8 p.m. Monday, Boiigongolong, S p.m. Tuesday, Lacmalac, S p.m. ? Thursday, Graliamstown, S p.m. ^ TCJMUT & ADEI.ONG TIMES j THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1025. J
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MARCH 8th. Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, MARCH 8tli, Harvest Festival, | 7.30 a.m., H.C. . .11 a.m., Eucharist and Sermon. Special remembrance of the late Arch deacon Spbncer. | 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon, : 2 30 p.m., Tomorronia. ?' p.m., Blowering. — Rector. '-.No -service at Bombowlee C-reek on ir'iinday. | T. A. Gair, Th.L., Rector.
Betrayed His Trust [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
Betrayed His Trust He was a burglar. After effecting an entrance into the bank he found his way, easily enough to the stringroom. When the light of the lantern fell on the door he saw j this sign written' in red letters : [ 'Save your dynamite. This safe is r.ot; locked. Turn the knob and it will open.' For a moment he ruminated. 'Anyhow,' he reflected, 'there's no harm in trying if it really is unlock ed.' He grasped the knob and turned it. Instantly the office was flooded with light, an alarm bell rang loudly, an electric shock rendered him helpless, while a panel in the wall opened and out rushed a bulldog which seized him firmly. An hour later, when the cell door 'closed on him, he sighed: J 'I. know what's wrong with me. I'm B too trusting. I have too much faith S in human nature.'
IN THE CHURCHES METHODIST CHURCH. MARCH 8th, 1925. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
IN THE- CHURCHES ? METHODIST CIIUKCIL ; MARCH Stli, 1025. ' Gundagai, 10 a.m., Mr. F. -Board,. 1 1. 1-'. ' . . ' ; Graliamstown, 3 p.m., Mr. F. Board, IS I'. Adelong, 7.30 p.m., Mr. F. Beard, Xl.E'. . ' ' . I
Batlow as a Fruit-Growing Centre [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
Batlow as a Fruit-Growing Centre 'The development of Batlow as a fruitgrowing centre has been pheno menal. Only a few years ago the num ber of fruit trees in the district was limited to those planted for the settl ers own use. but now the number runs into hundreds or thousands. The essen tials necessary to the production of lii-L quality fruit are soil and elim i ate, and these Batlow possesses to por tVetion. In all fruitgrowing centres it is a well-established fact that moun uiin grown fruit is outstanding for its excellent flavour, and good keeping i qualities. Batlow is no exception. Fruit stored in ordinary sheds is mar keted as late as August and Septem ber. and by the use of cool storage an all the year round supply can be maintained. The product of the or chards is phenomenal. About 4500 bushels of fruit have been marketed from 3S4 12-yc-ar-old trees of Granny Smith apples. There are several in stances of individual trees bearing re? cord crops, as for instance, over 15 j ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925
THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS THE LAST FEW DAYS-, THE LAST FEW DAYS ' THE LAST FEW DAYS' THE LAST FEW DAYS ANNOUWtfE THAT THE 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 OBJECjr , , IS ALWAYS ACHIEVED BECAUSE THE PRICE DOES IT. MILLINERY MODELS ONLY HALF A DOZEN OK SO LEFT, iBUT'iTIIEY 'MUST; GET OUT— COME AND SEE TIIE PRICE. .. T . LADIES' SHOES , J . NOT MANY LEFT, BUT AT 10/-, LESS lVj?ER OJN'IV.. ;FOR ! CASII — YOU OA NT GO WRONG 1 ' i r ;i LINOLEUMS & RUGS /V'' ^ 'BAKER'S PRICE LESS 10 PER CENT, v CASH --^DISCOUNT— CAN'T BE BETTERED IN N.S TV ' ' DRESS MATERIALS AT ABOUT HALF PIUGES--Xn ' ?? TIL...