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Rev. H. Putland. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Rev. H. Putland. Rov. I-I. Putland, representative of the New South Wales Alliance, preached in the four centres of the Adelong Methodist Circuit last Sun day. Following is a summary of his sermon: — 'Government official corrupted'; 'American people losing respect for National law'; 'Prohibition increa ses alcoholism'; 'American people becoming a nation of hypocrites.' For some time past the publicity de partment of the liquor trade has been cabling to all parts of the world news items such as I have placed at the beginning of this address. The items vary, but the subject is always the same : 'Prohibition has been and is a failure in America; it has crea ted worse conditions than it was supposed to cure. Therefore pro hibition would he a failure in Aus tralia and it would usher in worse conditions than exist at the present.' The building was alight from floor to ceiling. Tho officer in charge of the brigade directed his attention to saving tho adjoining properties. That is the exact...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN OF LINER SHOT LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

CAPTAIN OF LINER SHOT LONDON, Wednesday. Captain A. H. Clows, commander of the Canadian-Pacific liner Kellita, was shot dead at Antwerp. It is alleged his slayer was an officer of the ship.

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

BARBOUR & SONS MOTOR GARAGE AND ENGINEER ING WORKS. WYNYARD-STREET, TUMUT. Agents for Nash and Rugby Cars. GENERAL REPAIRS EXECUTED. Cars and Motor 'Bus for Hire, day or night. 'Phone, Garage 44, or Priv. Res. 103. ?* '.IMiS.'W' -v BMPCTOM' ^ ^AJ*E™ELD S | 100% Perfect Lubricant | i;|: Obtainable from Leading Garages Head Office for Australasia: ly | C. C. WAKEFIELD & CO. LTD. | I;:* The AU-British Firm 8 SPRING STREET, SYDNEY :j:j ! ' \VILL ' PAY ' YOU ? S jj to communicate with f1 j| II 11 ii 3 SPRING STREET, SYDNEY li |i Telephone: B6615 I! || and Investigate an jl jj Oxidation Sewerage jj | System |!: ji and thereby lessen the risk of || ' it sickness ?: ♦ ? ? ? o„. ? ? ? ...» i £ . ?! I ON ? ? ? ! BALLOON ! (tyres! i t ! as on all j ] others j } the name j ' | GOODYEAR) } ] stands for supreme 1 ] qu-ality and depend- j | { ability . , I I : ?' j f See your Goodyear Dealer. I !. I The All^PSgl^Brttish SImM' LIGHT CAR NOW FROM £275. N.SAV. Agentsi LINCOLN MOTOR CA...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. Mutch stated in the Legisla tive Assembly this morning that he intended to advertise all over Aus tralia for 200 school teachers to sup ply the shortage.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

| TMs shme j lasts Hoinigsr I IWir ^Q-v \ ,1 Pp^l^^1, '?. j.^ r ^ \ — and can always be renewed by j f V- a Ught rub over with a soft cloth. | In addition it preserves the pattern | ant^ surface and prevents cracking. 5; There is nothing else so good. | BEST ^LOOR j j AND FURNITURE POLISH. § POST OFFICE HOTEL ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorite notel, announces to his friends and the public generally that it will be . conducted on the most modern lines. Visitors will find the Post Office Hotel affords all the comforts and ' conveniences of a real home, with added close attention to their wants. Nothing but standard brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits retailed. Mrs. Benson personally directs the Cuisine and Accommodation De partments. GIVE US A CALL I A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. 'PHONE 9. . Mtzroy Street, Taiijml Hides, Furs & Skin-buyer. Bert Eggleton ' Has removed business to Fitzroy e...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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COLLISION IN CITY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

COLLISION IN CITY . Two motor 'buses, a tram and a motor 'bus were involved in a colli sion in Oxford-street, Sydney, at 10 a.m. Three persons were injured. Ivan Rogers, 'bus driver, received lacerations and oxtensive cuts on his head; W. Johnson (23) an in jured shoulder and abrasions; Jacob Allen (37), abrasions; two other men received minor injuries. Tho crash occurred when one 'bus swerved to avoid another and crashed into the tram, and the motor car, coming be hind, bumped into tho 'bus.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE POULTRY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

TABLE POULTRY MARKET Buyers paid special attention to prime cockerels, but not what can be classed as extra prime were penned. Grillers and poussins were in good demand and prices -were firm at pre vious levels. Hens again were the main feature of the sale, and prices showed a slight decrease. Ducks and drakes showed no alteration in value or supplies, still the supplies realised : — Squabs 2/9 to 3/8, pous sins 9d to 1/9, grillers 1/G to 5/3, W.L. cockerels G/- to 12/8, Co. Cockerels, small 5/10 to 7/1, medium 8/3 to 11/3, prime 12/3 to 17/, W.L. hens 4/7 to 7/8, Co. hens 6/5 to 12/, Mus. drakes 14/9 to 17/, Mus. ducks 9/10 to 11/, Turkey hens 16/ to 23/, no Turkey gobblers to hand. Visitors and others are notified that the Tumut Town Band will give some choice selections at Richmond Park on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Earl Beatty is appealing to the nation to subscribe £25,000 to save tho Implacable, the only surviving 74-gun ship captured from the French- at Trafalgar, from being br...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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GUEENSLAND PREMIER RESIGNS BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

GUEENSLAND PREMIER RESIGNS BRISBANE, Thursday . Mr. Gillies has resigned the Pre miership for a Judgeship on the Ar bitration Bench. Mr| McCormack will become Premier.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Late Mr. J. M. Dodd. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Late Mr. J. 1. Dodd. The funeral of Mr. Jeffrey Mllburn Dodd, M.L.C., at the Woronora Cemetery on Saturday last, was pre ceded by a requiem mass in St. Marys Cathedral, the Rev. J. Phe lan being the celebrant. A short service was conducted at the Cathe dral at '1.30 p.m., when prayers were ;read by Archbishop Kelly, as sisted by the Revs. E. Bond, E. O.'Donnell, - and . J . Breen. At the ? cemetery the Revs. E. Bond and W . I -Hawe-oSlciated. - - I Tho principal -mourners were:— *? : Mrs. Dodd (widow), Messrs Thomas Dodd and John Dodd (brothers), Mrs A. -Anderson, Mr3. J. S. Bell, Mrs. s Harry Ham- (sisters), Messrs W.1, s :King,' A. ;Andorson, J. S. Bell, i Harry -Ham (brothers-in-law), :Mrs„ T. 'Dodd 'arid Mrs. J. -Dodd '(sisters- ^ in-law),'- Mr.- and Mrs. j. J. King, Misses C. E. Todd and :N. -Todd ; (nieces), Messrs E. Bell, W. T. -Davis, and J. M. Dodd (nephews), Mr. -and Mrs. W. J. Shettle, Miss E. .Shettle,,. Misses Doreen King and M. King. Others present included Mr. Coates...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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EVENING SESSION—THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

EVENING SESSION— THURSDAY The official opening of the Festival took place at about 8 p.m.. yester day, when the Mayor (Aid. Jas. E! phiclc) addressed a magnificent gath ering which exceeded the most sang uine expectations. Rev. T. A. Gair (Vice-President) again presided, and this gentleman, who had controlled the internal appointments and decor ations of the huge building, had achinveri n result which renresented a fitting setting for the beauty and chivalry gathered there to partake of the musical feast. Obviously the Mayor anticipated that tho hour when graveyards yawn ind when even music-lovers will be come surfeited must be reached be 'cre the evening's nrocramme could be disposed of. Ho evinced a nice discrimination and made a specch of the terse and vigorous order, wasting not a word . He was, he said, keenly consciius of one of the greatest hon ors that had accruoO to him as a citizen, in that it was his privilege to welcome to Tumut and its great Fes tival such a potential a...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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New Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

New Railway Time-Table. The schedule of alterations which take effect a3 from Monday next reads : — The daily trains connect at Coota mundra with the south-west mall, leaving Sydney at 10.25 p.m., and will run as follows : — Monday, Wednesday, Friday. — Passenger, Coota., 7.35 -a:m. ; Coo lac, depart 8.25 a.m. ;, Gundagai ar rive 8.53 a.m., depart 9.3 a.m.; Tumblong, 9.-30 a.m.; Tumut arrive 10.50 a.m. ' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday . — ;Mixed. Cootamundra,- depart 7.35 a.m.; Coolac; depart 9 a.m.; Gun dagai, arrive 9.41 a.m.; depart 10 .1 ? a.m.; Tumblong, 10 . 35 a . m . Tu mut, 12.15 a.m. . | - :1 The daily train from Tumut .and Gundagai will connect at Cootamun dra with the south-west mail;,: arriv ing in. Sydney at 5.33 a.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. —Passenger. Tumut, depart 4 p.m.; Tumblong, 5.16.' p.m.; Gundagai, arrive 5.46 p.m.; depart 6. 56 -p.m. ; Coolac, 6.20 p.m.; Cootamundra 7.19 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. — Mixed. Tumut, depart 2.35. p.m.; Tumblong, d...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM ALL SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

FROM ALL SOURCES TIio Cyclops Hlotcr will solve tlie problem of a suitable present for your boy. See the car at O'SULLI VAN'S, in Kussoll-sfreet, Tumut, and order one now for Xmas Delivery. 'Phone 118. S « * .0 Owing to his eye being badly dam aged in his contest with Billy Grime, in Melbourne on Saturday night last, Bert M'Carthy will be unable to ful fil his contract with Stan. Love in Wagga to-night. ? ? * a Tho 'Gundagai Independent' has installed a Model 14 linotype, which is one of the most modern type casting devices on the market. The linotype is regarded as the seventh mechanical wonder of the world. » * » « A guarantee by Britain to support Germany if Germany is attached by France or Belgium is among the many important clauses of the Treaty of Cocarno. The ultimate elimination of war as a means of settling disputes is aimed at by the treaty, which contains comprehensive engagements for the overcoming of differences by peaceful moans,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Printed and Published by A. Wilkie Watson, Solo Proprietor, at his printing office, ' Wynyard-street, Tumut, in the State of New South -Wales. - HAM or TOMATO SANDWICHES cut at shortest notice. Also COOKED HAM on sale.— O'SULLIVAN'S, Rug.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

METHODIST. Gundagai. — 11 a.m. — Rev.. J. Mor ice' Blolc. — Grahamstown.— 3 p.m. — Rev Blok. Tumut. — 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Blok. Adelong. — 7.30 p.m. — Mr. A. Hall. rev; morice j. blok. 'A. & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1925 True to our principles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

? Boy-proof Watches 8/fi, IngerSol Watches 9/6.— H. I). SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tuimit. * * » ♦ ' / Mr. H. A. Pearce, manager of the Cootamundra West Railway Refresh ment Rooms, has' been appointed general manager of the Newcastle '.'Sunday Tillies.' . « * '?' ..* c Bro. J- -T. Hawick, of ,thof Ridley, Branch 4jG . U , O . O . F . , ? Gron'fell, and a prominent ..officer v of Young; District, , lias been olocted Grand .Master, 'of the . Order at t,ho ;annual... conference , -ipk Sydney. (]

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

PRESBYTERIAN. Tumut.— 10 a.m. (Sunday School), 7.30 p.m. (Divine Worship. Sub ject : 'Thy Will be Done on Earth . ' Soloist Mrs. Johnson). Batlow.— 11 a.m. Adelong. — 3 p.m. SERVICES NEXT WEEK Grahamstown. — Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Bombowlee Creek. — Thursday, 8 p.m. Bongongolong. — Friday, 8 p.m. Communicants' Class in the vestry of the church at Tumut every Satur day at 4 p.m. REV. A. CROWTHER SMITH.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

FROM ALL SOURCES. Adelong Gold Estates, N.L., re ports that the yield for the week en ded October 11 was 106oz 2dwts for 104 hours' work. The previous yield was 119oz 6dwts for 124 hours. OVA* 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. » » ? « Mr. John Howse, from Temora, has taken up his position in Cootamundra as Assistant Superintendent of Rail ways. Mr. Howse has a staff of three'. He is assistant to Superin tendent T. Hudson, of'Goulburn. * ' ' * * a A' feature of Sunday's services at All Saints, Tumut, will be the spec ial singing by vocalists attending the IocaI; Musical Festival Competition. A special invitation is accorded to parishioners to attend these services. « * a # Eileen Goodwin, a girl patient .in the Coast Hospital, Sydney, was op erated ori and had a two-inch hairpin extracated from her bowels. It had been there for some years and a number of doctors had previ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1925 ANGLICAN. Trinity XX [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1925 ANGLICAN. Trinity XX All Saints, Tumut. — 8 a.m (H.C.), 11 a.m. (Mattins and Sermon — Rec- tor), 7.30 p.m. (Choral Evensong — Rector) . Special Musical Service. Tomorroma. — 3 p.m. (Dedication of Frontal) . REV. T. A. GAIR, Th.L., - Rcctor St. Paul's, Adelong. — 9 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wondalga. — 11 a.m. Batlow. — 3 p.m. REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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WHAT STRIKES COST [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

WHAT STRIKES COST On the computation of the Com monwealth Statistician, the workers of Australia have lost through strikes during the past live years the sum of £6,285,000 in wages alone. During the four years ended December 21, 1924, no less than 2401 strikes oc curred in the Commonwealth. These involved the loss. of 7,796,760 working days and the number of workmen concerned was 665,846. The number of w,orking days last in 1924 was less than during the preceding year; al though the number of strikes was greater. This is stated to have been due to the growth of- the view taken by Communists that short 'lightning irritation' strikes are more effective than general stoppages. The great in crease in the number of strikes in 1924, over those of 1923 — nearly 100 per cent. — accompanied by a de crease in the loss of wages, is cited as an indication of the triumph of the policy of job control. The num1 ber of stoppages is increasing at an alarming rate, indicating that the Communists are ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conservation of Fodder PROGRESS BY RIVALRY WAGGA'S EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Conservation of Fodder PROGRESS BY RIVALRY WAdGA'S EXA.MPL13 . When the Council of - the Royal ' Agricultural -Society ' discussed . tho proposal for fodder conservation ; . championship competitions a : rfdw months ago, said Mr. G. W. Walker, : * chairman of' the - agricultural com mittee, speciaI: ;re£orenco was madU to tho value ot soourlng. a -good-lead \ from country agricultural. :societi0s. It' is therefore gratifying, to note that : the Murrumbidgee (Wagga).. P. -and : A. Society has unailiolnusly decided to conduct a competition during; the » coming season. The committee of the - society ;at Wagga comprises a body of success ful and practical men, wli« have done much for the advancement of agri culture; so in giving their unanimous backing to' this proposal they are not . only giving a lead to the movement, but are confirming the soundness o£ the idea. FOLLOW THE LEAD . - Agricultural societies cannot en sure that fodder will be conserved by every farmer in their .. respect...

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