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HIGH GRADE DAIRY UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
' HIGH GRADE DAIRY' : UTENSILS. The wide range of dairy utensils s1 pplied by us is not equalled by au.v other firm. There is nothing we cannot ( supply and the quality is always the best. Just at present there is a big - de- mand for milk and cream cans, of which we . possess large stocks in ail sizes, up to 10 gallons. Steel milk buckets are in stock., from IJ gallons to 4 gallons capacity. We supply large numbers of Milk Straineif, similar to those used in Denmark,, and which are taken to pieces tor cleansing purposes. We supply large numbers o£ small copper circular cream coolers. This color is attached to cream can by a thumb screw and cools the cream as it leaves tho separator. Babeoclc testers are in stock, in both hand and power sizes, also large stocks of glassware guaranteed accur ate. Spccial milk weighing appliances as supplied to Herd Testing Associa tions. WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON LTD., DAIRY ENGIN2JBBS, SYDMKY,
Tumut Jubilee Show BALANCE OF AWARDS. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Tumut Jubilee Show ? . . . ? BALANCE OF AWARDS. DAIRY PRODUCE. Judge: Mr. Hazlett. I Stewards : Messrs. C. and J . Clout, j Butter, table, .lib. : Mrs. J. What man. I-lnm, home-cured: Barrett Bros. Side of bacon : Barret t Bros. Dozen- hen eggs: Mrs. J. Lewis. 'Dozen duck eggs: Mrs. J. T. Butler. Dozen turkey eggs: Mrs. W. J. Foley. HORSES. Judge: Messrs. Stevenson, N. Har ris, J. O. II. Nickoll and 31. Macadam. Draughts. Stallion, 2yrs. and over : R. Sander soli. Mnre, 2yrs. and over: Geo. Claffey. Mare or gelding suitable for all , round farm work : Gus. Glafi'ey. Spring enrt gplding or maro: J. Cooper, Beet cream cart horse or gelding : ? E. C. McLeod. Ponies and Galloways. Pony stallion, 14h. and under: A. Kcll. - Best brood pony mare, 141i. and un dor : Reg. Crampton, G. H. Harris 2. Brood pony mare and foal, 14h. and under : O. Dowling. - Best brood galloway mare, 141i. to - 14.2'. inclusive : Betty I-Iolloway. Miscellaneous. Pair bugg-' ponies, 14h. and under : Barrett Bros. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
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Main Roads [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
| . - Main Roads Thus the Cootamundra 'Daily Her ild':-— (iur Gundagai friends, and lill who assembled at the conference there recently, need not fear, as far as the Cootamundra Progress Association is concerned, that there is a desire to cut out the old Sydney to Melbourne VnOfl ™lilnW r,„„r. 4-1, ? ? tlULUliya Ulltl Gundagai. The idea is to get a sec end main road. When the old route between tho cities was surveyed, towns like Cootamundra and Junee were 'not thcuglit of,' as the saying is: but with the advent of tlie rail way, which was surveyed on a less mountainous route, towns have sprang up right alon;; between the two junc tions— near Albury at the one end and at Bownhig at the other — Wagga, ! Junee, Cootar.iundra, Murrumburrali ! 1 £ind Ilardeii, and the smaller villages J of to-di-y which in turn are ' to be towns to-morrow, are entitled to con sideration under the new proposal. Let us hope tliat there will be two good main reads in the not far distant i-'uture! i
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Brevities The meeting arranged for Saturday last in connection with the Agricul tural Exhibit to be shown during the Conference Week, was postponed — un- til next Saturday, we understand. Vincent Duncan, driving a baker's cart, was struck by the tender of a light engine at a Toowoomba level railway crossing recently. Grabbing u lump uiackei, lie jueiu on lih uie engine was stopped, and escaped with (a few abrasions. The horse was drag ged across a cuttle grid and destroyed. The under carriage of the cart was smashed to atoms. Frederick Gornall, for 40 years one of the best-known commission agents in Bnthurst, was on Wednesday sen tenced to 12 months' imprisonment for having appropriated £800, the pro pcrty of a client (Aid. W. J. McPhil lnmey). The police report showed defalcations totalling about £19,000. Fred Ellis (22) and Delia Decker (19), accompanied by a 90-year-old clergyman, went up. in an aeroplane to . get married. The bridegroom was 'sea-si ck,' the bride had nose-bleed,...
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. Oaten Hay, 6s 3d, 6s 6d. Lucerne Ilay 6s 6s 6d large, 3s lOd 4s small. Chaff, wheaten 5s 6d, 9s 7d; oaten 7s 3d ; lucerne chaff 5s 6d. Oats, local Algerian 2s 6d, 2s lOd ; Sunrise 3s, Ss 6d. Maize, Northern Rivers 3s 9d, Queensland 3s lOd. Eggs, new laid 2s, case Is 7d.
Our Telegrams HOMEBUSH. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Our Telegrams HOMEBUSII. SYDNEY, To-day. - 8800 sheep were forward, merinos preponderating. Quality was good, find market firm for lambs and good to prime light slieep, but somewhat Irregular for heavy, medium, and poor 1 sorts. .. Cattle, 25:20 yai'ded. Market gener ally irregular for heavy cattle, with no quotable change on others.
SYDNEY CUP. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
SYDNEY CUP. ? SYDNEY, To-day. David 9.11, S;..ndby 9.9, Gold Light 9.4, Accarak 9.2, Bold and Bad 9.2, The Cypher 9.2, . Lilyjiond and Back I wood 9.0, Lemina and Tomatin 8.13, I Kara 8.1.1, Virgin Gold and Spear I felt S.10, King, Pan S.5, Lady' Valais 8.7. Prince Woorak 8.3, Poly detail 7.12. Brown Rajah 7.11.
DONCASTER HANDICAP. WEIGHTS DECLARED. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
DONC ASTER HANDICAP. WEIGHTS DECLARED. SYDNEY. To-dav. ! A..T.C. Autumn weights for April 11: The Hawk 10.5, then Night Patrol, Whittler, Quintus, Stand-by, Sooralc, Bold and Bad, Black Adder, Tippies, Otacre, Pilthias, King Carnival, Vali lner Queenmoor, docked at about 11 weighted at S.12.
Wedding BRYDON—LAMPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Wedding BRYBON— LAMPE. All Saints, Tumut, was the scene of a very, pretty wedding on Saturday, 7th instant, when Ruby Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lampe, of .Talbingo Station, was married to William, . younger son of the late Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Brydon, of Sydney. The Rev. T. -A. Gair was the officiating clergyman. As the bride, who was given away by her father, entered the church, tho hymn, 'Tho Voice That Breathed O'er Eden' was sung, and Mendelssohn' Wedding March was played at the conclusion by the or ganist, Miss E. R. Bridle. Miss Pearl Lampe attendee! her sis ter as brielesmaid, and Mr. Arthur Lampe (brother of the bride) ably filled the rile of best man. The bride was charmingly gowned in ivory satin and georgette, with silver trimmings. Her tulle veil was the one worn by her mother, and was surmounted by a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet of white carnations and tuber roses, which, with a gold wristlet watch, and diamond bar br...
Progressive Party [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Progressive Party Mr. Bon. AVitonden, Progressive candidate for Cootamundra, visiteel l:ere during the week. He is quietly touring the electorate with the view of getting himself known to the electors j before the political contest begins in I earnest. Mr. AVitonden has been 11 | farmer in this State for the past 32 I years, 21 years of which has been speii 1 in uie uootamundra electorate. He is a strong advocate of a vigorous pol'cy of closer settlement under rea sonable and possible conditions. His policy advocates increaseel production both primary and secondary, as tlie only true foundation of our National prosperity. I-le also advises unity 011 behalf of the country electors to se cure. more effective 'representation ' 'of '* their interescs in parliament, and he i anticipates that this electorate will I bt able to return two Progressives at 1 tb-t coming Stnto elcetlana.
Cricket TUMUT v. Mt. PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
Cricket TUMUT v. Mt. PLEASANT. Tumut cricketers journeyed to Ade ldiij.' oil Sunday last to uphold the Slnliliacl; Cup,' defeating Mt. Pleasant ii (lei- nil exciting game by seven runs. 'Scores: Ml. PLEASANT.— 1st innings. 1;. Cm in. b Bariiott ? 0 \V. Gorir,:ui, l.b.w., b Barnett ? 0 0. Grain, c Shelley, It Bamett .... 2 V. Gorman, b Barnett ? ? 0 M. Hill. -? Jepsen, b Wilkinson .... 1 G, Crniii, b Burnett ? ,. . . . . 14, p. Grain, e Ileilnian, h Wilkinson 6 H, Davis, c Heilmnn, b Barnett .. 17 'l\ Craln, b Wilkinson ? ? 1 ?\Vhitinir. not out ? ? ? 8 Sundries ? ? 22 Total ? ? ? V ? .71 Bowl in;; : C. Barnett 6 for 20, G. IlllUlnson 3 for 30. Jit. PLEASANT.— 2nd innings. 0. Grain, c Barnett, b Jepsen .... 21 I,. Craln. c Heilmnn, b Barnett .. 0 G. Grain, c Segal, b Barnett ? 12 M. Ili'll, c and b Barnett ? 0 ij, Davis, b Ilickey ? 12 W. Gorman, b Ilickey ? ? 0 K. Gorman, f Barnett, b Ilickey .. 8 I'. Grain, c Shelley, b Hlekey ... . S! Whiting, e Caddy, b Jepsen .... . 1 Sundries^ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 9 March 1925
BATLOW | ' '. i 'iMILA.' BOARD AND RESIDENCE. i TRAVELLERS CATERED FOR. j AFTERNOON TEAS. [ REASONABLE TARIFF. ' MRS. F. W. HUNTER, Proprietress. HA. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. Opticians, 335 George St., Sydney. ' NEXT VISIT : — Tumut on Monday, ' Otli March from 12 to 5 p.m., and oil Tuesday, 10th March, from 9 a m. to 12 noon, at the Royal Hotel, Tumut. j The firm hag visited this town regular ly for thirty years* j TUMUT RODFISHERS' j ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING, ? ? i THE ANNUAL MEETING of the | above Association will be held at the ' Soliool of Arts, Tumut, on TUESDAY ' 10th MARCH, 1925, at 8 p.m. j BUSINESS: ' !. 1. — To Receive report and balance sheet. 2. — Election of Officers. 3. — Any other business arising. All persons interested are cordially invited to attend. , R. MASTERS, Secretary. SIILL IN THE SAME PLACE- ? — A. HOGGET THE RUSSELL STREET HAIR DRESSER AND TOBACCONIST. FURNITURE SALE S. F. Wilkinson & Coy. j lifvs ' !, ' ' ? | O'BRIEN'S HALL, TUMUT. SATURDAY NEXT, AT 3...