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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

[?] ALFA-LAVAU I Cream of Cream SEPARATORS I ALL SIZES 8 Hand and Power. B Alfa-LftYftl Separat I (Low Stand). AMMONIA llFf3 COMPRESSOR The latest en- Sj|ij closed type. Most J;!n||j -fgj K ' useful for Butch ^5 |f|^raK. era, Dairymen and Farmers, for Milk - ' MONITOR SmL ;' ; ENGINES LMost Economical S Separator Engine j on the Market. J I Will olao pump water, 1 grind com and cut chaff. 1^4 H.P. Monitor Oil I Engino. I WATTPIJ ? ^ Jj ir/T^(H~irgT TO ^fcTVF T HPlPft Boiler Makers, Dairy and WAUlrfi ana JbJLJLA Refrigerating Engineers, RILEY and GOODLET STS., SYDNEY, and MELBOURNE ST., BRISBANE, l- - ? .... — ? ? ^ Graham Brothers TRUCK „ With Dobbe Brothers Power Plant Graham Brothers impressive advance to first .? position in the 1 2 -ton truck field, and second , . , : . ??,-.?? : ? ? - , - in the 1-ton and the 1 £-ton field combined— during the first quarter of 1925 — is explained - by four vital reasons. _ ' - 1 . Distinct price advantage. . , 2. Pronounced quality advantage. '...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Busy Month. FOR THE APPLE AND PEAR GROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

A Busy Month. FOR THE APPLE AND PEAR GROWER. October is a busy month for the apple and pear grower. In some of the earlier districts the earlier varie ties for apples and pears have re ceived their first application of ar senate, but the great majority of these fruits will not be ready until this month. Spraying for codlin moth requires the close attention of ail growers of pome fruits — apples, pears, quinces — and to be effective the work must be thoroughly done. The calyx spray is an important one, and force is required to drive it into the calyx. It must be -done, of ^course, before the calyx closes. Some growers do not approve of longdis ;tanee - nozzles such as the gun or pis tol type, for calyx sprays, lint prefer angle nozzles though strong advocates of long distance nozzles for other work. - A close watch should be kept on those trees the fruits ot- which are known -as trupes — peach, : nectarine, plum, cherry — for the appearance of aphis. When these are observed, the tree...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDUCATIONAL. MEDIAEVAL ART. ROMANESQUE—BYZANTINE—SARACENIC. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

EDUCATIONAL. ?T MEDIAEVAL ART. ? . -j- ? ? ' ? ? ; ' : ROMANESQUE— BYZANTINE— '?'I'' SARACENIC. After the fall of the Roman E111 : pire, their style of art which had permeated the whole of Europe be ? came less powerful and now the var ious nations develop individuality. That of Western Europe which arose dircctly from Roman stylos is termed Itomanestiue. That of Eastern Eur ope and Constantinople is termed Byzantine. That which was under the influence of the Mohammedan Jaw is termed Saracenic. Romanesque Art was losing some of its more reiined portions, fiat pil asters were used to imitate columns; then flat buttresses were used. Tow ers were built and sculpture was be coming less graceful and re/ined, but with much vigor and variety, some times grotesque. Columns were used now for effect and not for car rying weight. Very often they were bunched together with one capitol, ?over all. Byzantine. — This style following Greek art more shows more artistic ?refinement than Romanesque. D...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Hoy-proof Watches 8/0, Iiigersol Watches 0/6.— II. I). S.NlAKT, Watch maker anil Jeweller, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Protect your eyes from dust and glare of the sUn. Goggles and Smoked Glasses for every purpose.— H. I). SMART, Watchmaker anil Jeweller; Tumut. * * * * The secretary (Mr. Harold Wee den) of the Tumut Tourist and Pro gress .League is in receipt of a let ter from Melbourne, stating that 150 Victorians are making the trip (sim ilar to that of 1923) from Melbourne to Tumut and back, via Kosciusko and Canberra, in March next about showtime, arriving in Tumut. on a Saturday aiid remaining until the Monday. This tour is to be over 200 miles longer than that taken iii 1923. * ? ? ? NICK HAWKEN'S Refreshment Rooms Is where a hearty meal Is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MAN-POWER." OUR STRENGTH COMPARED WITH THAT OF THE LOWER ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

'MAN-POWER.' OUR STRENGTH COMPARED WITH THAT OF THE LOWER ANIMALS. A man rowing does one-third as much work as an ox ploughing. An ox ploughing does a little more than halt the work of an average cart-horse hauling a ton of coals. A camel carrying live hundred pounds on its back is nearly equal to two average horses. While an elephant, which will bear a load of half a ton or lift a log oP teak of the same weight, is worth in muscular power rather more than three good camels. The lion, usually known as the King of Beasts, is by no means the strongest. Us strength is estimated at that of six men only; while that of a full-grown Indian ti ger is a third greater. Neither of these animals is equal in muscular power to the bear tribe, of which the Polar and the grizzly are tlie strongest. A grizzly weigh ing about one thousand pounds has been seen to carry a steer weighing eight hundred pounds up a steep mountainside for over half a mile. Its strength is at least twice that of a lion. A g...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

LOCAL AND GENERAL Terrible injuries were ? suffered by Charles Wilson, foreman ganger, when he caught the full force of a premature explosion at a council quarry, at North Goulburn, last Sat urday. Wilson received the full force of it in the face. His right eye was blown out, and he may lost the sight of the other. His face and head also were terribly injured otherwise. : « * ? « Mr. Fred. C. White's 'Dancing . Nancy' Company and Cockies' Jazz Band were greeted by a good house at Tom. Laird's People's Pictures Ilall 011 Wednesday night, and the combination fully justified- the pat ronage bestowed, for the programme ' was clever, versatile and highly en tertaining, being one sustained run of mirth, clever, versatile and highly en tertaining music and merriment. Mr. C. C. Redford, Gadara Shire ? Engineer, has accepted the appoint ment as Engineer for the Woodburn Shire, and leaves for his new berth on November 7. Mr. Redford is to bo testimonialised prior to leaving Tumut, the organis...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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"HE IS NOT DEAD" WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO DIG UP A CORPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

'HE IS NOT DEAD' WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO DIG UP A CORPSE. The gravfedigger liubbed his eyes! Then he pinched himself to see if he was awake. It was shortly after daylight - last Friday morning that a 1 gravedigger, .Mr. J. Worldon- went to the R.-C. - cemetery, North, Gundagai, to put down a grave. Digging fran iifjciiijui u gitiYu -in mo tcjjjcicv saw a woman only in a kimino. She was waistdeep in the grave,- and was shovelling out the. earth in a manner that was astonishing. . Mr. Worldon recognised her as tho widow of a iinan who. died suddenly at Gundagai a week previously and he endeavored to get her to desist; She refused to do so, saying 'lie is not dead!' Near the graveside was the clothing of the woman's dead . husband — his suit, socks and hat, but she was wearing his boots ; she. had put them on' over her own shoes. 'I must have every thing ready for liini when I get him out,' sho said. Seeing he could do no good, -, Mr. Worldon went to the nearest 'phone and sent word to town....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dip Your Sheep STOCK DISEASES (TICK) ACT, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Dip Your Sheep STOCK DISEASES (TICK) ACT, 1923. Owing to the prevalence of ticks and lice in sheep a State-wide .cam paign is being, waged with a view of ?. eradicating the: parasites. ... ? . The provisions of , the , Act ' govern ing tick and -lice infestation are'most stringent so that ;-it behoves all sheep owners, to at, once make arrangements for the dipping of : their sheep; - Tick and lice-infested sheep cannot be -sold or , ouorcii ? ror sine on any ? noiuing' or saleyard. Any - person who . offers ;for sale or sells, or. attempts - to sell any tick and ilice-inf{!Sted, sheep is -liable : to a penalty of £50. t - Any person ,wlio transports, .drives or removes, any . tick ? and lice infested sheep : upon, ? or along, or - through any . railway, road, or .public place': 'shall ; : bo liable to a penalty not exceeding £50. ..,xiie pennines'. unacr rne -Act : aro only -mentioned -in order to impress ?upon, slieenowners ?, the absolute neces sities for. dipping, their sheep. -,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

- TENNIS. ' I The Waratali Club played Newtown at Newtown on Sunday last. New towir won -. by 8 games. Brungle1 journeyed to Bombowlee Greek oil Sunday. Bombowleeites added yet. another victory to tlieic long list. Representatives -of Briardale. liinl the Presbyterian .Clubs met lit the former's- courts oil -Wednesday last. The -match was ;vei\' even, Briardale', eventually . winning-. by one .game. ?' - ; :♦ ?- Last - week-end -Calafat club played East. Bio werim; at .Blojyeriug, admin istering defeat oil . the home club. ' :????.% ' : ' :? '.' ? ? This, ? week-end Windowie meet Batlow. whilst Batlow also play Briardale, , and . Newtown fplay tho Beehives.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

CLYDE G WATSON (Late A.I.F.) .TUMUT TIMES & EXPRESS OFFICE, TUMUT. . Having taken over the control of the Job-printing Department in the above offices, I desire to notify the public tliat not only will the ordinary work, for which this office has long been - noted, be carried out in the same high standard of superior workman ship as heretofore, but new lines W.111 be added to make it equal to the most efficient city office. , Every class of work will be under taken. There is now no excuse for business people to send any of their printing work to the city. I can do it here. So why impoverish the town by sending the money else where. , All Jobs cut to BEDROCK PRICE8. Quotations given at a glance. Bub®!®™ feigidiiiiig a Speciality PIECES OF MUSIC RENOVATED AND BOUND INTO VOLUMES. BOOKS AND THEIR BINDING 'Except a living man, there is nothing more wonderful than a book ! — a message to us from the dead — from human souls we never saw, who lived, perhaps, thousands of miles away;...

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Tumut Co-operative Dairy Company, Limited. Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Largest Attendance. Acrimonious Discussions Lurid Language A FINAL SCENE. (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

[?] Annual GesieraS Meeting of Shareholders Largest Attendance. Acrimonious Discissions - / Lurid Language A FINAL SCENE. (Continued from lust issue) , - Mr. A. 13. Herring asked for the auditor's reports to the Direct, obs and to the company be -rend. . ; .Mr. Ilaydon - ( manager) ireuil- tlleni. [Whs -were - mialile to set tlie.se report's for publication owing to the ab sence of Hie .manager .?-?in:- Adelong when we rang up on the telephone for thwn. — Ed.J Dr. Miison ilijked'.if tile half-yearly audit was carried out .last year V — No the whole ..year : had .nassed be fore a balance-sheet could ibe drawn up owing -to ithe state -.o£ the- books. Dr. 'Mason : Do you see, if. you bad had that audit the trouble that:arose would have been discovered long be fore it was. ?;?-???' - Jlr. It. Hutt : The '£5 referred to by tlie auditors; ? li ji .s ? i t Jjoojj ? collected V— It, is alright. In reply to Dr. Mason, the Chair man said the Hoard of Directors wa.s not satisfied .with the las...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Leap to Death. ACTOR'S REMARKABLE STUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

Leap to Death. (VC'I'OK'S ^ItEMABKABLH STUNT. The big clinmx in 'Her Husbuntl's Secret.' Frank Lloyd's lute.st lihuto lihi.v, coniea when Antonio Moreno, -to itone for -ir .slmmeless imnt. leiips .over ir cliff' ? -in- 11 u effort to commit suicide. Mr. Lloyd made elaborate preiiarii tions to -ensure for Moreno's .safety, UiVt. the latter would lm.ve . lioneir- of tlieni' and Insisted on luivUing the.ileaf). alone 11111I-' unassisted. :Tlie arc -.lights': sputtered and , the { cameras ... jclinkecl,, and .Lloyd and his staff waited .brea thlessly lor -Moreno: .to .. 'take ;OfF.' .Seconds' seemed like- iiiiiiute-s . bel'ore the star leaped oil! .'the :toi» oC.-tlie lire ciiiice and 'virtually fie ..wthrough spaije toward the rocks in some loose sand , none the worse, ., except .for 11 fe.w bruises.' Studio Vetera us. said It was tlie most accurately planned ;iuid executed leap the.v - had ,ev,er .seen. Moreno escaped with only a few brui ses , and scratches. . . . . ??'??You. wanted ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

BARBOUR & SONS MOTOR GARAGE AND ENGINEER. ING WORKS. , WYNYARD-STREET, TUMUT. Agents for Nash and Rugby Care. GENERAL REPAIRS EXECUTED. Cars and Motor 'Bus for Hire, day. or night. Phone, Garage 44, or Priv. Res. 103. DU^CTORT - ? iT''wEL'''PAY'''YOU ? 1 to communicate with j: 3 SPRING STREET, SYDNEY || * Telephone: B6615 || and Investigate an II I Oxidation Sewerage j| System | and thereby lessen the risk of || * sickness || ?wwtfce W©wdefi'£ttS-ww* V 0 (SIZE IO x7) -3 l{ J has been welcomed into thousands of Aus- S ! tralian Homes in the past four months, and JJ 5 is proving to be a -, I Real Good 'jTSsiselseeiJer «j ! with no springs to break or key to wind. JJ t Just pull up the weight once a day and it», ! &° ''01' a generation. S f Children love to hear 2 Cusckoo J liis melodious notes '' ''?-^i. c'.'ery quarter hour; inji A. /a Sl0»'n-ups ate just? as much interested in J, this very novel and popu- j! lar clock wliicli is JJ ? Senat Post Fife® ji , allc' guara...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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OBITUARY MR. JOHN HENRY BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

OBITUARY MR. JOHN HENRY BROWN. The death occurred on Monday eve- ning of Mr. John Henry Brown, aged 70, at his residence, Berthong-street Warren's Sub, Cootamundra. De- ceased, who has been ill for 18 weeks, leaves a wife and grown-up family of nine: Mrs. Dean (Adelong), Mrs. Watman (Queanbeyan), Messrs. Vic- tor, Wallace and Fred (Sydney), Frank (Narrandera), Harry (Coota- mundra), and Misses Millie and Ivy (Cootamundra.) Deceased was born in Victoria, but at an early age re- moved to Tumut, where he resided for a great number of years, for part of which he managed the dairy farm of Dr. Mason.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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MRS. HARRIETT FREESTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 16 October 1925

MRS. HARRIETT FREESTONE. A very old resident of these parts, Mrs. Harriett Freestone, is dead. Born at Windsor 82 years ago, Mrs. Freestone had lived within 30 miles of Gundagai the greater part of her life. When she married her husband at Tumut 62 years ago, she was a daughter of a fine old English couple — Mr. and Mrs. T. Harris, who had settled on Sandy Creek many years ago. With her husband she lived at Adaminaby and Queanbeyan for a time, but went to Gundagai about 50 years ago, and there she lived up till the time of her death, losing her husband about 13 years ago. For some time past Mrs. Freestone has   been devotedly nursed by her daugh- ter, Miss Eliza Freestone. About seven weeks ago she received a para- lytic stroke (the third one) and ne- ver rallied, dying at her home at South Gundagai on Thursday of last week. The funeral took place on Friday, the remains being interred in the C. E. cemetery, South Gunda- gai, Rev. W. S. McLeod read the burial service. De...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

FROM ALL SOURCES. A man named Robertson (38), an agent, of Temora, is reported miss ing in Sydney. Robertson arrived in Sydney 011 October 8, and engaged a room at the Great Southern Hotel. He was last seen on October S, and his luggage is still at the hotel. Robertson's relatives state that he generally carried a large sum of mo ney, and it is feared he met with foul play . » » # ? An ex-trooper of the Gth Australian Light Horse, Thomas Fremantle Perry (N.S.W.) is the hero of a re markable operation (reports a Lon don cable) . A bullet was extacted from his left lung, where it had lod ged when he was wounded during the battle of Romani (Palestine) in 1916. Perry, who has been bed rid den for years, and was told by the doctors that the operation would bo of the most risky character, consen ted to it. In order to reach the bul let it was necessary to remove parts of two ribs and cut the exposed lung in two. A' London cable stated that Sir Samuel Hoare, in a speech at Nor wich, dwelli...

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CHEMISTS' SHOP WINDOWS ERSTWHILE ADELONG CHEMIST WINS COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

CHEMISTS' SHOP WINDOWS ? ? ERSTWHILE ADELONG CHEMIST WINS COMPETITION A I the annual Shopping Fair held at Manly last month, Mr. II. C. Aiken. M.I'.S., of 86 Corso. Manly, was again succcssful in winning tho Window Dressing Competition, not only in his section, but won tho Champion prize for all sections. There wore about 60 competitors and the prize, £3/3/, was donated by the National Cash Register Co. Tho window represented a porch of al cove 111 which bundles of grapes were hanging, whilst cut-glass bowls of fruit soap and cartons of Elliot's Fruit Saline were daintily placed about; tho background of mirrors was so camouflaged as to represent casement windows looking out on to a garden with birds on the trees 1 The effect was novel and artistic. Mr. II. C. Aiken has long been known as one of the most up-to-date of the Sydney pharmacists ill matters of window display. He. has made his window a source Of profit to llinl by always having a popular line, and having his windows so att...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TAXATION ON COUNCILS' VEHICLES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

TAXATION ON COUNCILS' VEHICLES Mr. Lazzarini stated in the Legis lative Assembly that the motor traf fic department were not collecting taxation or taxation fees on Coun cils' road tractors and other vehicles.

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Mr Ken Hoad, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Mr Ken Hoad, M.L.A. Mr. Hoad, M.L.A., an earnest young momber of the Legislative As sembly, has just received a severe parental admonition. Father is Ma yor of Junee, and at a meeting of the Council,, a day or two ago, lie .arose and moved (in his municipal capacity), that his' offspring he writ-r ten to fin his narliamentarv canac-* ity) and told that his replies to cer-: .'.-tain''' enquiries were unsatisfactory, , and that 'Parliamentary members; sometimes 'allow departmental under st'rappel's to mislead theiii.' Mr. Hoad jr. is a youth who adopts the :haircilt and demdanor of the younger .'?Pitt, but who, being liattdicilpped by the oVor-plus of elocutionary techni que tuid a pace iii rising sadly ham pered by dignity, seldom nlanages to beat other members in the race for tho Speaker's eye. In consequence, he has taken to writing his thoughts, and so constant is his epistolary con dition that the House already accu ses him of composing a parliamentary romance, and has humorously...

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