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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 5 March 1925

NOTICE COUNTRY WOMENS' ASSOCIATION A MEETING of Ladies will be held in the. Council Chambers 011 SATURDAY, ?7tli MARCH, at 3.30, to form a branch of the above Association. 'Sirs. Mario Ivvine will address tbe meeting. , MRS. J. ELPIIICK, | Convenor. ' CATTLE SALE Edward Wilkinson & Son WILL sell by Public Auction on SAT URDAY NEXT, at 2.30 o'clock, at Tumut Sale Yards, 35 head of mixed . cuttle, including 20 Good Poddies, .7 Steers (fat), S heifers. All good col ours and good sorts. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. Edward Wilkinson & Son A 'Shilling Gift Evening (In aid of Children's Stall* at District School Continental). .FRIDAY, MARCH Gtli, 1925. IN T.D. SCHOOL HALL. TIIELMA QUARMBY, Sec. j. Mcdonald, Troas. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES, PROBATE JURISDICTION. IN the WILL of MARGARET ELIZA BETH BEEGLING late of Tumut In the State of New South Wales Married Woman deceased. APPLICATION will he made after fourteen days from the Publication hereof that PROBATE of th...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Campaign for Cootamundra . MR. PINKSTONE AT TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The Campaign (of Cootamundra . MR, PINKSTONE AT TUMUl. On Saturday night Mr. W. II. Pink stone, proprietor of the 'Cootninundrn Daily Herald,' who is standing for tl'is constituency as' a Coalitionist, made his first speech in the cam paign, at Tumut, Mayor Elphiek pre siding over a very fair audience. The electorate, the candidate claim- | od, should not go on, as for the last two parliaments, returning two Labor ites and only one Anti-Labor. Under the proportional representation prin ciple the supporters of Mr. Loughlin could fairly well claim to succeed in securing that candidate's leturn, and tho other sitting member, Mr. Main, v.-fts regarded by the 'True Blues' as pretty sure to be placed again ; but the Coalitionists ought to win one sent from Labor instead of being once more left out in the cold. His own ifl ja was that the Progressives should be in the Ministry, sharing the res ponsibilities of office. Messrs. Bavin, ?I.ey, Cliaffey, and Wearne, who had ! been returned ns P...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Brevities^ j .Tuilge IJevuii- retires from tlw Bench at thfe end of the year, when lie will roneli the 70-year limit. I » * *. » The bnnil bad the- services 011 Satur day night, of a new euphonium player, in the person of Mr. Dunila.s,, reliev ing stationniaster. * * ?»., The Tumut Band performed in' Rich- mond Park ox Sunday evening, before a good audienro Tho Band continues to improve in its playing. ♦ * ?».??* ' Our Stationinastcr, Mr. Sid Clarke, is on annual leave, his position being filled by Mr. Dundas, of the Goulburn relieving staff. Another drowning sensation occur red on the Murrumbidgeo River last week, wherein a young man, Ronald James, 20 years of age, lost his life. The deceased had arrived in Wagga' 'Ely n day or two ago from Colnc, Vic toria, to spend a holiday with his bro ther. Mr. Stan James, of Johnstone Street. ♦ * * ♦ Trouble is likely 011 the Union mammoth liner Aorangi if the crew t quarters, which have caused ilissatis- J faction, are not improved before th...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Brevities Mr. Thos. Lobban was in Coota mundra the other day ,and we are hoping to have another conservator lum concert shortly. i * * * . , The new school Inspector, Mr. Hayes, from Broken Hill, whose place Mr. Newling took, was here yesterday. 'Saw yer.'' Two lovers sitting in the shade of a poplar tree in _Bom bowlee Avenue. Wie mean the imita tion avenue over the door at Tumut Show pavilion. * * * ? On Sunday last a serious accident bpfell a lad named Hartwig at Ulabo. Ho was thrown from a horse and re ceived injuries to the scalp, necessit ating snne 20' stitches. * + * 9 The uovu husk hat) so »atly presen ted to tho public nt the slioff, wa& too -vi;i ji of Mias Ivy ifoord, The most fa&hlonable lady would bo proud to wear it. . » * * ? Tow. Grec.ii, son of our local farrier, | :V i' AV. Green, who beat the big | horse Bluefeca at Gundagai, on Nuy tnsia, again did the trick at Junee last week, beating Bluefera on Dighton : Dupe, Mr. Kerry Pearce's horse. * * ♦ »...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Show Pavilion [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The Show Pavilion We briefly referred in last issue, to l lio vast improvement noticeable in the pavilion exhibits at the Show, as the result of the formation anil activ ity of the local branches of the Agri cultural Bureau of New South Wales. Furtli' r interest in the Bureau and its work will be -created locally by the Annual Conference to be held at Tu mut during the last week of this month. We can assume that several more branches will yet be formed at Tcinut This means that at next show there will be still more of the large anil attractive collections of proiluoo. F/.-i'n this year, with four e-vhiblta of this nature only, there wis? not sufficient room in the pavilion the most effective display, it is thirefore apparent that the A. and P. Association will need to put its think | ,»ig cap on, and find ways and means i of erecting more pavilion space. It -would be advisable to take into i consideration also, the question of bet --r lighting for the interior. The i present buildin...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 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 Baker's Post Office Stores 'ANNOCWCE 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 OBJECT IS ALWAYS ACHIEVED BECAUSE THE PRICE DOES IT. , , ' ^ . ft « C s ^ - ^ f 4 +\.l - v ? - - MILLINERY MODELS * . ? . V. ' .ONLY HALF A DOZEN OR SO LEFT, iBUT'THEY'^MUST GET ' OUT— COME AMI) SEE THE PRICE. ' LADIES' SHOES NOT MANY LEFT, BUT AT 10/- LESS -10 PER '^VoENT.' 'FOR CASH—YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. ,, , LINOLEUMS & RUGS BAKER'S PRICE LESS 10 PER GENT, r OASH^roiSCOUNT— CAN'T BE BETTERED IN N.S.W. ' ? ' ; .1 DRESS ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trotting [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Trotting The trotting dates granted to . July 33. 1925 for the Southern group are as follows: — ' . March 11: Young Trotting Club (cancelled). ' ? .March It: Crookwcll. March 18: Leeton. March 21: Griffith. - March 25: Junee. . ' : April 1: Cootamundra. April 4 : Finley. ? ' w . April 4 : Stockinliingal. April S: Temora. April :1S: Goulhurn. April 29: Junee. 'i May 2: Grabben Gallon. May 9 : Crookwell. June 3 : Cootamundra. June 10:. .Tuuee. ?: , April 22: Young.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Technical Developments [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Technical Developments Four-wheel brakes and balloon tyres are now regarded' as part of the cor rect equipment of a modern car. The next development is likely to be in the direction of supercharged engines, says the Autocar which journal con siders. that this development may have far-reaching effects on the design of automobile engines in the near future.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

. - Correspondence We are in receipt of the following , communication received by Col. Brux- j ner front the Department of Agricul ture : — Dear Col. Bruxner,, Referring to your communication of the lltli* instant regarding the provisions of the Registration of Stock Brands Act insofar as tliey relate to the use of distinctive brands, I have to inform vou that after the nassimr of the Aet in question I called a conference of bo dies interested in the positions to ho i!:ted for branding stock, and fit tho confct'oiiee In question the positions as now set out in tho regulations were agreed upon. The question of the' economic value of the hides of cattle entered very much into the discussion, and conse quently, positions were decided upon that would prevent the destruction of the most valuable portions of the' cat- tle hides. Insofar as the hides of horses are concerned, I quite agree with you that the economic question does not enter Into the matter, and as it is the policy of the Dep...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Snowy River Hurry [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

A Snowy River Hurry The shortest courtship on record is that of a Monaro widow and a Snowy River, widower. The widow was driving her spring cart across Bungarby Plains, when it capsized. A stranger opportunely hove in sight. oMer the horizon, find assisting in 1 righting the overturned vehicle, we proved to be a widower from the Snowy River. The courtship progress ed so rapidly that the pair were mar 1 ried the next morning. Incidentally j each of them possessed a family of 10 children, so that matter is assured.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelong Correspondence (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Adelong Correspondence ('io tho jRdil.or.) Sir. — In your issue o? the 23vd March 'An .Adelong M-m,' takes it upon himself to eritlsize the women of the present, da.v. lie appears to think that the wife of the present should have no in ire desirous or ambitious than that of the past. Does it occur to liiiii that the outlook of the women h:is been broadened since the days of our trrandniotliers. In the days when electricity, and a system of wa ter, laid on, were unknown, the; wives did not ask for those things because they did not know of tlieni. Now when they are possible, why should the wo men net wish for them. They know that they will be an improvement to the home, and will do away with many of the petty annoyances of home life. The woman of the present is not helpless, as compared with that of the past, Discontented she may be, but not helpless. She knows what she wants, and sets herself to get. it. The woman of the past, very likely, wished for better times, but did not know ho...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Safed's Parable on the Sun and the Moon [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Safed's Parable on the Sun . and the Moon I went down to the sea in a ship, and I sailed from a town named Bos ton, and went down into the innermost parts of the ship and slept. And the daughter of the Daughter of Keturah was with me. And we wakened early in the morn ing, and we arose and blessed God on deck. And the Ship was entering East River from Long Island Sound. And the Rising Sun .was a great Red Hull ahead, over the port bow, while tin; moon that had passed the full but was yet large was going down as tern. ' . And we beheld the Glorious Panor ama of the Boats and the Bridges and the Water and the Shore and the ' Changing Lights and the Morning Mist. And I said, Little Girl, take care of the Sun and the Moon, and keep them Where they are, while I go down and pack our Bags. And when I came back, lo, the ship bad changed its direction, and the Sun was astern and the Moon was over the Starboard Bow. And I said, My Little Girl, I did leave thee to watch the Sun and the Moon, an...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Radio Appeal for Cash TELLS THOUSANDS OF A GILT-EDGED INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

i ? zz^z: ( Radio Appeal for Cash BY TREASURER SECRETARY. TELLS THOUSANDS OF A GILT , EDGED INVESTMENT. Mr. .las. Ii. Collins, Socretnry-of the Federal Treasur, and a Director of the Commonwealth Bank, is one of the /(est known men in Australia. His ; 'same is at the foot of every banknote. :? A. few nights ago he broadcast a spe ? cial . appeal for the Commonwealth Loan for the States. The last time he broadcast a message it was picked up In Kansas, U.S.A., and Hongkong. Tbls time, perhaps, .his voice wont further. Jli1. OoIHiih said ; 'To dee! do upon good investment is by no means an easy matter. You first want safety, in terest,' and lastly you want something which will not necessitate a lot of work in collecting what is due to you. Many of us know what perplexity n.'ay arise before an investor can make up his mind on all these points, and my message is that an investment now is offered which satisfies all the ne cessary conditions. The Common wealth Treasury is raising a new lo...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Flapper's Alphabet [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The Flapper's Alphabet A stands for Armours indulged in each day. B for her Bathing togs, gaudy and gay O stands for Cocktails for ladies who dare,( - D for her Dresses to make poor man stare. E for the Eye with which they give thft wirib. F is for Father of whom they never think, G stands for Gaiety, so much desired, H for the Hats in which they are ad -mired, I for the Impudence which they pos sess, J stands for Jazzing in scant evening dress, IC for the Knitting that they never do, L is for Lingerie rustling and new, M stands for Mother, best friend of their life, N stands for Nerve that's keen as a knife, O stands for Odours of perfume and scent, . P for the Powders dabbed on with intent, - Q stands for Questions from parents a few, R stands for Replies that are not al ways true, S stands for Smoking, without which. they'd fade, , T for the Taxying, joy-ride brigade, | U stands for Ugly, they mustn't be so, j V stands for Vamping the fine points they know, W nieans Willing to be...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Old Man" [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The 'Old Man' .At the Tass Police Court recently reference was made to the 'old man' by one of the witnesses. This is what an exchange has to say to those who refer to their father in such a man ner: 'He may wea.r a last year's slouch hat; his finger nails may need manicuring; ills vest may hang a little loose and his pants may bag at . the knees ; liis face may show signs of a- second day's growth, and the tin dinner can he carried may be full of holes; but don't you call hi in the 'old man.' He's your father. For yy.ars and years he has been hustling around to get things together. Nevewa once has lie failed to do the right: tint!,,- by you. He 'thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you plaster your hair back, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes, and fail to bring home a cent. lie is the man who won tho love and life partnership of the greatest woman on earth — your mother. He is 'some' niu 11, and not the 'old' man. If you win as good a wife as he did, y...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Position of Wool Stocks [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

Position of Wool Stocks i Winclicombi', Carson,. Ltd., report: ' The wool, market has shown some de cided changes since the New Year. For the first time this season Aus tralian grown merino wools have rea lised relatively higher prices in the United States than iu the Common wealth. At closing Sydney February sales on a scoured basis good G4's mer ino fleece .realised 57d. Latest advices indicate that the same wools -were making SOd in bond in America. At the end of October they were selling at 05d in Sydney and only OGd in the States. That is a decided reversal of position. Quotations in_ Boston may have quite recently dropped a little but apparently the wool market in Ameri ca did not feel the New Year decline in wool rates so quickly nor so keenly as elsewhere. That fact is not sur prising. At December 31 statistics showed that the members of the Bos ton Wool Trade Association only held stocks of domestic and foreign wools, tops and noils totalling 49.000,000 lbs. compared with 7...

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

TUMUT PHARMACY W. J. STABBACK WINTER COMFORTS— HOT WATES BOTTLES. - New Stock Guaranteed for Two Yon , - - All Seasonable Lines of Cough Ma tures and Patent Medicine in Stoc ? Large Assortment ot' Toilet ^ Preparations. ????' AGENT FOR KODAK . ' PflOTGSKAPHIC GOODS.. Urgent Medicine can be obtained art ? any hour by applying ait Royal Ilofc-I, NOTE ADDRESS : ROYAL HOTEL I! VITA, LICK ' I Ij VITA - LICK I Constantly used means: — -1 I MORE WOOL. ' .)! : \ BETTER WOOL. |; I ' MORE LAMBS. j' I ? HEALTHY, PURE-BLOOD- 1 1 : ;; ED STOCK. ji' r - ?&- ? ij - ;! Prices on application to . - ? ii' |[ Local Agents, ' . . i; Edward Wilkinson I : and Son 1 | TUMUT j H. W. BAKER Undertaker & Funeral Director / CAPPER STREET ? ? TUMJW. 'PHONE 62 TUMUT. - NOTICE ANYONE' found Foxhunting or -other- ~ ' wise trespassing on Wyangle or Bondo, will be prosecuted without res- S pect being shown to persons. H.CAPEL, . CAUTION ANYONE found Foxhunting or other wise trespassing on Red Hill,' ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

PLUMBING & GASHTTING, WORKS UUSSELL STREET, TUMUT. G. H. Livingstone CERTIFICATED PLUMBER AND GASFITTER. | First Glass Workmanship and Prompt I Execution of Orders can be relied upi.n at all times. Great Redactions in ''on Tanks ? ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ANY CLASS OF LARGE- OR SMALL JOB. ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS ATTENDED TO. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1916 ALL EMPLOYERS LIABLE. INSURE YOUR LIABILITY WITH— F. W. TWEEDIE LOCAL AGENT FOR THE VICTORIA INSURANCE COY. LOWEST RATES ON APPLICATION. 5.F.S.' FRUIT PICKING BAG SOMETHING BETTER FOR FRUIT PICKING AT A LOW COST POSITIVELY NO BRUISING. CONVENIENT TO HANDLE ?, ?- cpAr^onTAnrK ; Mttdo ot Heavy Canvas. -r.ru! Leather Strappings, wltli Klcktl f.!lpp!ngc:, 17/0 each. Apply— Sunnyside Orchards Limited, BOX 32 ? ? BATLOW. * 'LIGHTNING' FRUIT GRADER ? MADE IN 9 MODELS. 'A iMachine which sizes every . ' , . -.class of Fruit. NO BRUISING— NO DROJ ANYWHERE. QUALITY AND STRENGTH ' ACCURACY — SIMPLICITY. DISTRICT AGENTS:— §'nnyside Orchards...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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The Utter Simplicity of Economics [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The Utter Simplicity of Economics Why is it that any man looks upon economics as involved or difficult of understanding is a mystery. Perhaps it is that a kind of mental paralysis lias made us too lazy to do thinking Cor ourselves so we attempt to quit our responsibilities by cursing poli ticians. Just as there are cricketers so skil luu. iinu so comment inau tney eun make the finest bowling in the world look like child's play, so do we need writers who can demonstrate the fal lacy of economics being involved and hard to understand. One does not need to rend great volumes of past history to understand the needs of this day. One does not need to study in a Uni versity to come to grips with public problems. Here is the case stated in the fewest possible words, and what an appeal it makes to country people: Government. What is it? It's object? To provide that liberty of thought, speech, and action which shall induce prosperity through indi vidual effort, always mindful, of course, of t...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Aorangi Arrives MOST INTERESTING SHIP EVER BUILT." END OF 17,000 MILES TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925

The Aorangi Arrives 'MOST INTERESTING SHIP EVER BUILT.' END OF 17,000 MILES TRIP. Pounding out the last of her 17,000 miles' maiden trip from Southampton \ia the West Indies, Panama Canal, Wan Francisco, Honolulu, Suva and - I-.'ew Zealand, the Union S.S. Com pany's quadruple screw motor-ship Awangi iirrlved at the Sdney Heads shortly after noon on Tuesday last. There was a bustle and a stir in harbour shipping as the huge vessel Was sighted in the south-cast about a uuuiLtT lO X'. -JUS10U1S, UOCEOIS, mail carriers, pilots — all hurried to tlieir various tasks. It was the ship of a decade which was about to en ter port. At 12:40 the Aorangi was at anchor in the quarantine grounds at North Head. Head winds, encountered just out from Wellington, lad cleared away, to allow a pret y finish to a magnificent voyage, bat immediately the anchor idopped nasty southerly gusts beat up the sea, and before the liner got under way again she was swung round twice from the pivot of. Jier chain. Wit...

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