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Adelong Post Office [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
1 Adelong Post Office The 'Tumut Times' has been offici ally informed that the Adelong Post Ollice is now to lie kept open for pub lic convenience continuous throughout the day. The alterations in the mail service facilitate this. A blackjack and a gang of crooks tu.' a young millionaire lotus eater into ''The Chicago Kid' for just 24 hours in ''A Man of Action,' Thomas H. Ince's roaringly funny new farce melodrama. A^little love, a plot that can't the guessed until the end, plenty of laughs and just one thrill after an other — that's 'A Man of Action,' Thomas I-I. Ince' mystery-comedy fea turing Douglas MacLean, to be shown at the Peoples' Picture Theatre on Wednesday night. * * * * A meeting of the Executive of the Festival Society was held on Wednes day evening last, .18tli inst... in Ihe School of Arts, Mrs. C. C. I'otts was iu the chair. Most encouraging reports ii.'tve been received from Gundagai, Adelong, Batlow, Wiagga, and Junee, ?hut we would like to . remind readers lhat ...
W. J. Lubricating Oils. ONE QUALITY ONLY—THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
W. J. Lubricating Oils. ONE QUALITY ONLY— THE BEST. Our well-known brands of lubricat ing oils are to be found on the shelves of up to date storekeepers and Mach inery Agents in the State. We supply the ? t-vrrect oil for every duty. Our No. 1 Oil for the lubrication- of 'Alfai-Laval' and other create sep arators, commands an enormous sale, j I-y using this well known and well proved oil, the wear and tear on a cream separator is greatly reduced ' and the life of the machine prolong ed. Our oils for the lubrication of Ice Making and Refrigerating machinery and Crossley Gas and Oil engines al so command a large and increasing sale. Considered from every aspect, it is truest economy to purchase the best brands of lubricating oils such as we supply. No other firm can supply sim ilar high grade oils at more favor iibln prices, WAUGII AND JOSEPHSON, LTD., SNGINBERS'S SUPPLY DEPOT.
An Easy Way to Stop Indigestion [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
An Easy Way to Stop Indigestion The easiest, quickest, and surest way fo stop indigestion is to remove ' the cause of the trouble. Practical ly all forms of indigestion pud stomach trouble are due to, or accompanied by, an abnormal condition known as acidity, whieh causes fermentation and the formation of gas. Correct this condition and all pain and dis- , tress almost instantly disappear. For this purpose the best thing known is to take a little of that harmless anti acid known as Bisurated' Magnesia. This instantly neutralises the acid, stops the fermentation and forma tion of gas, and permits painless nor mal digestion. Get a package of Bis urated Magnesia (powder or tablets) from your chemist today and take af ter eating or whenever pain is felt, and you'll be astonished at the results — pain, distress, discomfort, and full ness all gone as if , by magic. Noth ing else relieves as quickly and sure ly as Bisurated Magnesia. Try it to day.
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures Adaminaby J.C. March 1 and 18 Wombat, J.C March 18 Of.klands P.B.C. March 18 AYugga Hospital Tt.C. March 20 Coolamon R'.C. March 25 Loc-khart St. Pat's Day B.C. March 25 Yass P.R.C. March 25 and 26 Berrigan St. Patrifk's R.C. March 25 Holbrook, A.T.O. March 27 and 28 Monaro (Cooina) J.C March 27 Tuni ut, Hospital Benefit Meet ing March' 31; Tumut Hibernian Race Club, Meeting . April 1 ?t'.oree ureeK k.u. , April l Biualong R.O. April 1 Goulburn B.C. April 3 and 4 Urana P.R.C. April 7 and 8 Leeton B.C. April 7 Goulburn 8-TIours R.C. April 9 and 11 Howlong St. Patrick's B.C. April 11 V.' est Wy along R.C. April 11 and 13 Bowna T.C. , April 13 Binda J.C. April 13 Sayernake April 15 Griffith' -B.C. April 18 and 20 | Albury R.C. April 22 and 23 , Yass B.O. April 23 and SO Ii.T£L (Wagga) May l and 2 1
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, To-day. , J Potatoes, local, new season's 7/6, 10/ Onions £15 toil. May, oaten 7/6 cwt. , . h Clinff, oaten 5/. 6/0, wheaten 5/9,' j iy«. lucerne (»/, 7/.. | Local oats 2/6, 2/9. ' Maize, river 3/--, Queensland 'A/1. I Wheat, a large supply of inferior quality sold from 3/9 to 5/10. . /
Tumut A. & P. Association [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
Tumut A. & P. Association .A meeting of the Tumut A. and P. Association committee was held on Friday night, Major G. Harris in the chair. Others present were: Messrs. Elliot, Rivers, 'AV. H. Foord, H. D. Foord, Stevenson, AVilkinson, Crouch, Campbell, Macadam, M. Archer, T. O'Brien, McAlister, Thompson. A vote of thanks was passed to all lady assistants at the Show; to Mr. Tom O'Brien, committeemen (especial ly Mr. C. Campbell), . Mr. H. H. Crouch, Mr. J. 'Elliot, stewards and officials, Mr. Vern. Harris, Mr. A. Guy. It was decided to allot the sum of £2/2/- to Tumut Plains and Lacmalac Bureaus, £2/2/, donated by Mr. Eli liot and a like amount by Bonibowlee Bureau. It was decided also to go into the matter of more attractive ring events. It was decided that all stewards should in future take the responsibil ity in each section. ' Sir. M. Archer said the cattle sec tion was a disgrace, and it was decid ed to write Messrs. Smith and Paddle apologising for the oversight in secu...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
Brevities Mr. Fullwood, and a staff of men; are at work on the Batlow railway Lne. It seems that the line is slight ly out of position, in certain places as much as 18 inches out. The bends are to be rendered less sharp by the wid ening of the line at these points. * v * . * Mrs. Patrick McOabe went to Lambing Flat with her husband in the very early , days of the diggings. They wore eye-witnesses of the Chinese riots, for which the name has gone down iri'iiistory. The district was mainly contained in two big stations then, and Currawong was one of them. Mr. McCabe later was manager of , Currawong station. The sheep were .sent down to the flats for the lambing season, and .that is how the term ?Lambing Flat' was derived. Mr. McCabe is now deceased, having died about 11 ye'irs ago. But his widow, Mrs. E. E. McCabe, of Currawong St., Young, is still hale and hearty, and celebrated for 80th birthday on Wed nesday. * * » * It seldom occurs that an opportunity is afforded to residents of ...
Tumut Police Court STEALING CASE. (Before Messrs. Falser and Blakeney, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
Tumut Police Court ^ STEALING CASE. (Before Messrs. Falser and Blake ney, J's.P.) On Friday, at Tumut Police Court, before Messrs. Palser and Blakeiiey, J's.P., Jack Williams was charged with stealing a black gelding, the property of John Oliver Harry Nickol, of ^Killimicat,' Tumut. Accused pleaded guilty, and elected to be dealt with summarily. He was sen tenced to six months' hard labour in Goulburn Gaol. ? On a further charge of stealing a saddle, bridle, revolver, wearing ap parel, and 45 pennies from the resi dence of Mr. Nickol, he was sentenced to three months' hard labor, the sen tence to be concurrent. On a third charge of forgery AAril liams was sentenced to six months' hard labour in Goulburn Gaol, the sentence to be accumulative.
Country Women's Association STRONG BRANCH FORMED AT TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
i Country Women's Association STRONG BRANCH FORMED AT TUMUT. Ir is evident that .very general inter est is being- taken ''in the movement by the. Country AVomen's Association, Tu mut, for there was a large and repre sentative attendance at the Municipal Council Chambers on Saturday after noon last to hear the Organising Sec reinrv of the Association ( Mrs iii Marie Irvine), speak upon itrs aims. The President' of the branch . (Mrs. Milliard) presided. Minutes of the meeting at which the branch was established were read by ' lie hon. secretary (Mus. Donald Mc Gruer), and approved, and Mrs. Hil lia.rd then briefly introduced Mrs. Irvine. The Country AATomen's Association, said Mrs. Irvine, exists to help the country people, and particularly the women and children, by organising to bring better nursing and maternity care to country mothers; to organise -so tnat tnere snail tie at least one maternity bed in each country hospi tal, fo,r why should the women about to bring into the world ...
Blowering News. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 March 1925
Blowering News' i From Our Own Correspondent.) Jilr. and Mrs. A. H. Watts and fam ily are leaving the district, and it was unanimously decided at'a public meet ing? held at Mr. J. Wilkinson's, Springfield, on Thursday evening, to offer them an expression of the dis trict's good wishes before their depar ture. Mr. J. Armstrong, Blowering Sta tion, offered his residence for the hold ing of the function. A strong com mittee and canvassers were appointed. At the conclusion of the '? meeting the hostess, Mrs. AVilkinson, presided over a very nice supper. Mrs. M. Hunt, of W(est Blowering, is also leavingg, and steps are being taken to express the kind wishes of the district. . . ?kajiiilSl ;
Farmers' Parliament BIG CONFERENCE AT TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Farmers' Parliament big conference at TCJMfT. Great interest tins been cen tred in the delibmntions of the Southern District Agricultural Bureau, Cont'ereufc which com menced at Tiuimt oh 'l'»osday last. The procijcdu'eS ha^ c great significance] anil the out come must inuvitikv react bene in;iuii.v upon all iitTicumu.ii -i»-' kindred rural industries. Recog nising the imiiortincc of the oc casion, rather thnli I'niidcnse our report, we have (Wided to deal 1 fully in next issufwith all mat ter for which adequate sfiacc is not now availably Reports ol: addresses, etc., ap pear 011 other pife.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Described as the most wonderful and gorgeous production of the year, 'Chu Chin Chow' stands out from all oilier pictures, and is to be screened at the Sky Pictures on Saturday night. Baby Peggy, the tiny comedienne, will also be seen in one of her inimitable comedies, also serial and gazette. Price 1/74 to all parts. * # * ' * A great move. ^ Go to the Hospital Benefit Races on Tuesday next.
Financing of Co-operative Societies (Address by Mr. J. King, of the Rural Bank, at the Agricultural Bureau Conference yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Financing of Co-operative Societies (Address by Mr. J. King, of the Rural Bank, at the Agricultural Bureau Conference yesterday.) My remarks to-day are based np6n a somewhat extensive .study of the history of the Co-operative movement throughput the world, an investiga tion of the legislative machinery intro duced in various countries and a prac- 1 tical experience in .the actual financ- j ing of eo-op.erative organisations in this State. As most of you are aware, the Com missioners of the Government Savings Bank a, re .empowered under the Rural Bank Act to lend .the funds of the in stitution to co-operative societies, and. they have taken, a particular interest in movement 'following the lead given by tho President of the Bank, Mr. O'Malley Wood, in drawing the atten tion of the legislature to the necessity for more up-to-date enactment to re gulate such societies. You are also aware that the initia tive exhibited by Mr. O'Malley Wood resulted in tlie Co-operation Commun ity Settle...
Batlow's New Convent OPENING CEREMONY APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Batlow's New Convent OPENING CEREMONY APRIL 5. Sunday, April 5, will me a red letter day in the records of Church activities nt Batlow as affecting the Catholic denomination, and will also be eje cuslon of an event of great general interest. We refer to the formal op 1 eininir of the new Convent, recently postponed owing to the lamented de mise of Dr. Gallagher. Great prepara tions iire in hand to make the opening 1 ceremony one consistent with the im portance of the event. His Lordship Dr.. vBarry, Bishop of Gonlbuni, will officiate, and clerical and lay visitors ?jvill be ppresent from all parts. At 11 Mass will be celebrated, and at 1 p.m, the gathering Will participate in a banquet at which an appropriate programme will be disposed of. The 'Blessing and Formal Opening Cere mony' will be performed by the Bis jl-jp of Goulburn at 3 p.m. The open ing of Batlow's. new Convent will niflj.-k an epoch in the educational progress of the village, not to mention that the architectural bea...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Brevities ,, .^Hibernian Race Club races next j 'Wednesday. Membership 10s, includes two ladies tickets, 110 tax, get your ticket now. * # * » Owing to tho fact that the meeting of landholders convened for Tuesday next at Adelong clashed with Tumut , races it has been postponed to April 7, when the. noxious weeds Question will be dealt with. A St ' ? * * The election of a new directorate; for Gundagai Pastures , Protection Board is the subject of important ad vertisements in this issue in regard to the., nomination of candidates, and qualifications of voters. * # V * The annual meeting of Tumut Rugby League Football Club is con , vened by Mr. Reg. B. Feeney, hon. sec., for Monday evening next at the Municipal Chambers. , Roll . up and give the season a good kick-off! * # * * Tumut cricketers play Gilmore on Saturday 011 Tumut racecourse wicket at 1.30 p.m. Chosen players are: O. Barhett, C. Bedford, C. Jepsen, E. Segal, D. Young, B. I-Ieilman, .T. Hic key, Father McNeeve, Geoff. Har...