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FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
FANCY. Judges: Mrs. Best ,and Mrs. O. M. Betts. Stewards : Mrs. J. Young, Miss Lind beck and Mrs. Sherring. Afternoon tea cloth, Miss Ritchie; most effective table-centre, M. M. Wilkinson; most effective tea-cosy, M. M. Wilkinson; cushion, Mrs. B. Whiting; crochet d'oyleys, G. Boston; col. d'oyleys, 4 varieties, H. Ritchie; three specimens crochet lace, yard in each, G. Boston; Mount Mellick work, ..Mrs. , Pyke; corticelli work, Miss Ritchie; col. fancy-work, lvuss Ritchie; dressed doll, by girl under 12, Lilian Allen; baby's bonnet, knit ted or crochet, Mrs. Williams.
Tumut Races NEXT TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Tumut Races NEXT' TUESDAY '& WEDNESDAY. Very good entries have boon receiv ed for tho races to take place next Tuesday and Wednesday, and a suc cessful meeting is assured. The whole of the profit from the meeting on Tuesday will bo given to the Tumut Hospital, and as the committee -.ave had very necessary additions just com pleted ? and funds are low it is hoped that the attendance will bo large. The ladies are providing afternoon tea, so it goes without saying there will be nothing wanting in that department. It all. helps your hospital and then every shilling spent means two. .. The following are the entries. CTTV-C?m TkA V Probationers' Trial, 0 furlongs. Iiay Marsh. ' Heather Queen. 'Valarose. Royal Feather. Tertian, KJlnvieh. . ?Resendo. ,. Widen. Sarhan. . ' Siinam. Lornette. Miss Mae. Indus. Fennibex. j Lnrty Piety. The Australian. Xnytesia. Lady Valido. MlSs'Tisa.-- ? ' King. Kennau,' B.ronzetti Kinu;. Stray Bullet. ; Hospital Handicap, 1 mile, Miss-Dook. Lord Gaby. ...
ART WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
ART WORK. Judges : Mr. N. B. Mackenzie and Miss Baxter. ' Stewards : Mrs. R. U. Alley and Mrs. Tonkin. - ? Study in water colors, Mrs. Sher ring; flower study, oil painting, Mrs. Sherring; still life, oil painting, Mrs Sherring; landscape, oil painting, I. Allen; animal study, oil painting, Mrs Sherring; black and white, any sub ject, A. Williams; wood-carving, chip, Mrs. A. Christian; best photograph, mounted, Les. Taylor; six photo ' graphs, local views on . postcards, Mrs. G. Gibson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
FOOTBALL MEETING THE ANNUAL MEETING of' the 'Tu- mut Rugby League Football Club will be held at the Municipal Chambers on MONDAY NEXT, 30tli instant, at 8 p.m. Business: Election of President and I Treasurer and any other 'business com ing fo,nvard. All intending players, members, and enthusiasts are invited to ? attend. REG. B. FEENEY, Hon. Sen. . GADARA SHIRE COUNCIL TENDERS will be received at the Shire Office, Tumut, up to 3 p.m. on Monday, April 6th, for carting stone from Franklin's Quarry to the Mt. Iioreb Road. ' Specifications at Ade long and Tumut. C. C. REDFORD, 20/3/25. Shire Engineer. TUMUT HOSPITAL BENEFIT RACE MEETING TUESDAY, 31st MARCH, 1935. TUMUT HIBERNIAN ANNUAL RACE MEETING WEDNESDAY, 1st APRIL, 1935, GOOD PROGRAMME. ' ENTRIES CLOSE Tuesday, 34th March,. 1935. ' '. Full rebate on horses taking part at both meetings. - Programmes with particulars from ??? - ? R. BLAKBNEY, Secretary. -1
SCHOOLWORK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
SCHOOLWORK, Judges : Mr. N. B. Mackenzie and Miss Baxter. Best-kept exercise-book by girl at tending any school in Adelong School district, Edna Shaw; exercise-book, by boy, Keith Smith; exercise-book, by girl under 13yrs„ Alma Grady; exercise-book, by boy under 13yrs., Jim Potter; best specimen of manual work, John Moon; best-kept tablet, by child over 12 years, attending school in Adelong School district, Minnie Bridle; tablet, child under 12 years, Kath. Wiles; brush-work, na ture and design, Hugh Williams; piece chip-carving, Geoff. Sherring ; neatest piece of music, Ethel Wil liams; maprsof district within radius of 15 miles, Adelong as centre, Geoff. Sherring; writing, 20 lines, child un der 12yrs., lima Kitto; writing, child over 12yrs., Ruth Smith; best relief map, any State of Australia, Geoff-. Sherring; pencil drawing or specimen of nature study, Hilda Mackintyre.
Agricultural Conference VISITORS ENTERTAINED Successful Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Agricultural Conference I VISITORS ENTERTAINED. Succcssful 'oncert. Last night till Oddfellows' Hall at Tumut -ras crowded when the visitin; Agricultural Delegates were ra ertained at a grand concert org! nised by Mj-s. t Runcintan and Mr F. W. Twee- ? t die (in tlie absacc of Mr. q Cripps in Sydney) Members of ^ the Tourist Lea.at : aLso render ed every assist, ?». v. The pro- *- gramme was full merit and C the audieuce so ap wecintive that I one or more retuus were de- n manded' feom evei ' artist. 1 The following us tlie pro- e gramme : Band s lection, 'Bar- t. kies Dreamlaud,' l'umut Town f Band ; pianoforte solo. 'Polish „ Dance,' ^Irs. It. J ? Thompson ; song, 'Yeoman's Redding,' ^lr. c F. W. Tweedic; so|g, '^Tiat's ill the air to-day!' Miss K. Down- . ing ; recitation, Miss llalloran ; song, 'Sincerity,'!? Mrs. J. 0. Nickol; vocal duejt-, 'In the 11 Springtime, Jiesjuines leas dale and Hunciiuafl; vocal duet, 'If 1 might. Only 80111c to You,' Mrs. Nickol and ajiss Downing; so...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
MI8CELLANEOU8. Jfudges : Mrs. Best and Mrs. O. M. Betts; Stewards: Mrs. J. Young, Miss Lind beck and Mrs. Sherring. Two crochet-edged handkerchiefs, : Mrs. Brown; most effective supper cloth, Mrs. G. Boston; handembroid ered nightgown, Miss Ritchie; pretti est coat hanger, Mrs. C. Christian ; worked guest towel, Miss Stewart and Mrs. C. Christian divlae; pretti est baby feeder, -Mrs. A. Tonkin; daintiest boudoir cap, Miss Sim mons; daintiest princess slip, Miss Ritchie; pair fancy shoe stretchers, Mrs. McGruer; prettiest pair fancy garters, Miss E. Schafer; prettiest and most useful apron, Mrs. A. Christ ian; best bunch paper flowers, Mrs. J. Parker. Flag Race, Crampton.
DELEGATES TO CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
DELEGATES jo C0NFEK ENck I liose present I included : .T Lrauu and Mrs, Braun (Laving ton, chairman), 1v, E. Taylor President Adn'larv Council, N.S.W.O, W. S. Kt-Uy (President j Advisory (Jonncii/ Wout-h Aus tralia), (j. C. Crain (Agrieultur- j al Department Orj;nuiser), H- B. .Harris (Assistant Area Commis sioner, Southe.ni Area, X.SAV. . Railways), Dr. iim-v Booth' (Im- | migration Officer, etc.). Miss! T'.imf-ll C. f \-.:n fir.,. ' ? . ^ ' y-A' n Officer, R-egistr.v of Co-operative !-, 'Societies) , J. Kinwiveii (iiural Bank), Mr. If. K.'Areher (C011- : ference Secretary/ Lacinalnc), C.- ' Eedy, E. Edwards, J. K. Boxsell (Mariuna), c. J. AVliyte, .1. II. Bryant, J. E. Dodds, Colonel G. j, F. Wilkinson, lf.SH. Itobinson, N-: It. Horriim, LL v. Smith . ; (Batlow), lir .Southwell, R. II. I Alchin, If. Hobsai (Cunuiugar), 1 T. W. Pearce, J. (it'oaaor, L. E. j; Shaw, C. B. Siuifli, L». Walsh, !? W. A. Brown, (Hirrhstonia-Eu- j _ bindah), McDickiiison, J. and 1 .Mrs. Rumble (Kings vale...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
£250 REWARD filE ftbovo l'owurd will lie pnld for Irifiu'iiJAtlofl leadtog to the ootivie tio» of any person found Stoaliag or Heoeivinp, without BWfcUoplfey, any &I-1E13P, 04/KPLid 0V ftCWSEg, the pvopaitty of any menibef of tip' £toek- owjioi'8 Dofeiiee Association of fitwdft* gal and District. I A further reward o£ 835 wlil bo paid I for information leading to a conviction of any persons found damaging WIRE NETTING FENCES or for CARE LESS USE OF FIRhJ iu the vicinity of any Member's Land, and £10 for leaving open RABBIT PROOF GATES the property of any member of the above Association. ALSO £25 for in formation leading to the conviction of any person laying CYANIDE within the Gundagai P.P. District or on a uuume cue uihliicl ownea oy a member of the Association. , JOHN ELLIOT, Chairman I. D. MACDONALD, Secretary. Lines I To Clear ,/ff I GENUINE 32/6 HAT FOR 27/6 I GENUINE 32/6 HAT FOR 27/6 GENUINE 32/6 HAT FOR 27/6 ENGLISH MAKE. . : - ? 1925 SHAPE. MILITARY RIOI.NK breeches...
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONFERENCE Held at Tumut This Year Large and Important Gathering [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONFERENCE Held at Tumut This Year , v Large and Important Gathering ;? . ? ' ? ' t ' ? ? The suggestion by Mr. Alexan der Davis, of Gilmore, at the 1924 Conference at Leeton. that the 1!) 25 Conference should be held at Tumut, las been the means of plac In- Tumut in the limelight once a£bin. The Conference now takin g place is the most important held here for many years. Prominent agriculturalists, and other person ages are gathered together on rjues linns vital to the welfare and ad vancement of thfe Rural Industri es. -! 1 Delegates numbering 100. from all , ports of the. Riverina. and other out side centres a.ssemb'cd nt Tumut on Tnc-flday and Wednesday, representing I ho various branches of the Agricultur n 1 Bureau of the Southern Districts, and dealt with an .agenda paper of 57 resolutions, all more or less vital to the agricultural nnd general rural industries. Many came b.v motor cars, and some will visit the Caves before departing fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
A BIG FACTOR IN : THE SOLUTION OF HOW TO; COMBAT THE , LOWER PRICES DAIRYING MUST NOW FACE- — /' ' ' ' ;? Baker's \\ ' ' V ' 1 ? Post Office Stores :M; ?' ?. '? j j ' ?' Have made arangements to secure pure .machine dressed seed, free from foreign noxious weeds— and can supply all varieties for laying down per manent pastures, or improving present natural paddocks, or for sewing for seasonable crops. GOOD SEED IS JHE ONLY SEED WORTH SEWING audit costs little mor s than ordinary stuff. The obsolete methods of depending on natural grasses alone m*ist stop, j | Even grass land must- carry the most suitable grasses— and if nectssary ' ' ; receive top-dressing with fertilizer. Patchy paddocks, swampy lands, fern patches can all be brought to their best, and your best paddocks made better I ! 5 improved methods in other, districts, and countries account for the in * i 'i 1 ; ' , '? ; . .V ? - creased production to a large extent in dairying output, and must be : practised here where: the ...
Stock Owners' Defence Association. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
Stock Owners' Defence Association. Austin, A. W., Goandra, Kiandra. Australian Estates & Mortgage Co., Currango, Tumut. Bootes, W. S., Bangus, TumbJong. Bali, M., Five Mile, Gundagai. Bfiaity, R. T., ? Gundagai. Bootes, A. \V., Orroral, ?Queanbeyan Builivaut Bros. Meragle, Tunib# , rumba. Campbell, F. & Co., Red H1U, Tu mut. Campbell Bros., Ellerslie, Adelong. ' Cupel, W. H. Wyangle, Tuuiut. Crowe, H ? Gobarralong Carberry, H. P., Parson's Creek, Go barralong. Elliot, John, ? Tumut. Fr«tser, Mrs. F. J. D„ Deltroit, Tum blong, Graham Bros., Bongongo, Tumut. Harris, !II. L., Wermatong, Tumut. Halloran Exors., the late F., Tumut Hassett, 'W., ? Grahamstown Horsley, R. F. L., Yabtree, TumbiOog Killen & Armstrong, Biowering, Tu mut. Lampe, H. F,, Goandra, Kiandra. Last Bros.. Ifairview, Muttama. McDonald, I. D., Dalkeith, Gunagai McGruer Bros ? Brungle. McKluney, J., Nangus, Gundagai. O'Donnell, Exors. P. J., Mingay, Coo lac. Pierce, John, Greg, Tumbarumba. Reardo...
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures BolUvook A.T.C. March 27 . and 28 Monaro (Cooma ) J.C March 27 Tumut Hospital Benefit Meet ing. March, 31 Tumut Hibernian Race Club, Meeting April 1 Bovee Creek R.C. April :1 Einalong R 0. April 1 Goulburn B.C. April 3 and 4 Urana P.R.C. April 7 and S Leeton R.C. April 7 Goulburn 8-Hours R.C. April 9 and 11 Howlong St. Patrick's B.C. April 11 ' V-'est Wyalong R.C. April 11 and 13 Bowna T.C. April 13 Biuda J.C. April 13 Suvernake April 15 Griffith B.C. April 18 and 20 Albury R.G. April 22 and 23 Yass B.O. April 29 and 80 L1.T.G. (Wagga) May 1 and 2
W. J. Lubricating Oils. ONE QUALITY ONLY—THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 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 int'iy Agents in the State. We supply the correct oil for every duty. Our No. 1 Oil for the lubrication of 'Alfal-Laval' and other creata sex-- arators, commands an enormous sale. 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 I 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 tlie best brands of lubricating oils such as we sujiply, No ottHJi' firm t'tm supply sim* lint' high grade oils at more favor a*4f- pvSoefii WAUGH AND J0SSJPH80N, LTD., ENGINBERS'S SUPPLY DEPOT.
An Easy Way to Stop Indigestion [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
An Easy Way to Stop Indigestion The easiest, quickest, and surest ?way to stop indigestion is to remove the cause of the trouble. Practical ly all farms of indigestion and stomach .trouble are due to, or accompanied by, an abnormal condition known as .acidity, which 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 taise a iicne oi iujii uiumiess unu acid known as Bisurated Magnesia. Til is instantly neutralises the - acid, slop® 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.
PLAIN SEWING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
PLAIN SEWING. Judges : Mrs. Best and Mrs. O. M. Betts. Stewards : Mrs. J. Young, Miss Lind beck and Mrs. Sherring. Little girl's muslin pinafore, girl under 17, DaiBy Bridle; col. plain sewing, open, J. Wilkinson; child's j petticoat, girl under 15, Nellie Bridle; plain apron, girl under 13, P. Vick slam pUIow-eii&s, girl 11, Kath; Wiles; any article plain sewing made at school by girl under 15, Val etta Purcell; any article plain sewing ftiade at school by girl under 13, P. Vickery; six buttonholes in calico, by girl under 13, Gwen Lynch; six but tonholes in calico and flannel, 3 in each, girl under 17, Edna Gatel y; darned sock- or stocking, by girl under 15, E. Vickery; child's frock of cot-, ton check material to fit child 8yrs., made by girl under 15yrs, Nellie Godfrey.
FOOD AND COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
FOOD AND COOKERY. Judge: Mr! Arthur Dodd. Stewards : Mesdames Geo. Gibson, Geo. Perkins and R. H. Prowse. j Peach jam, Mrs. T. Gibbons ; apri- j cot jam, Miss Nerney;. melon jam,. Mrs. J. I. Prowse; fig jam, Mrs. W. Taylor; quince jam, Mrs. A. Whitley; plum jam, Mrs. R. H. Sharp; col. of jams, Mrs. Lindbeck; apple jelly, Mrs J. r/T. Hill; quince jelly, Mrs. T. Gib bons 1, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. C. E. Brown highly commended; col. jel lies, Mrs. Lindbeck; marmalade, Mrs J. I. Prowse; preserved figs in syrup,' Mrs. G. Perkins; preserved peaches in syrup, Mrs. T. Gibbons; preserved apricots in syrup, Mrs. T. Gibbons ; preserved cherries in syrup, Mrs. R. H. Sharp; preserved pears in syrup, Mrs. T. Gibbons; preserved quinces in syrup, Mrs. T. Gibbons; preserved plums- in syrup, Mrs. T. Gibbons; col. fruits in syrup, Mrs. S. Gibbons; to mato sauce, Mrs. M. Prowse; plum sauce, Mrs. E. Bird; home-made bread, Mrs. W. Perkins sr. ; honey, 21bs., Mrs. Merryfull; sponge cake, Mrs. T. Gibbons ; Vi...
FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
» FRUIT. Judges : Messrs E. G. Bridle and Harry .Godfrey. - Stewards : Mr. Robt. Ferry. Col. fruit, Tonkin Bros ; col. apples. Tonkin Bros. ; col. pears, Tonkin ' Bros; apples, commerce, ldoz, Tonkin Bros. ; apples, delicious, ldoz., Ton kin Bros ; apples, five crown, ldoz., ? A. Wallace; apples, Granny Smith, Tonkin Bros.; apples, Jonathan, A. Wallace; apples, King David, Tonkin Bros. ; apples, Mackintosh Red, Ton kin Bros; apples, Senator, ldoz,, Ton kin Bros. ; apples, Statesman, Tonkin Bros. ; apples, largest cooking, Ton kin Bros.; pears, Beurre Bosc, Tonkin Bros. ; pears, Clairgean, Tonkin Bros; pears, De Capramont, Tonkin Bros. ; pears, Winter Cole, Tonkin Bros; pears, Winter Nelis, Tonkin Bros. ; peaches, slipstone, Tonkin Bros; peaches, 'clingstone, Mrs. G. Perkins; quinces, Mrs. J. Whatman; prunes, dried, Angelina, Tonkin Bros.' ; pru nes, De Argent, Tonkin Bros; prunes Silver, Tonkin Bros.
LIGHT HARNESS HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
LIGHT HARNESS HORSES. Galloway Stallion, Reg. Crampton ; 1 pony stallion, 12.2 to 13.2, A. Kell ; * pony stallion, 12.2 and under, C. Ha yes; pony mare, 13h to 14h, with foal at foot, R. H. Prowse; pony mare, 13h and under, G. Davies; single har ness horse, W'. Hassett; single har ness galloway, R. J. Benson jr.; sin gle harness (maiden) pony, 14h and under, E. Elphick; pony, 13.2 and un der (ridden by boy or girl under 15 years), that has never won a 1st prize or 2nd prize, M. Jagoe; gent's hack ney (maiden), T. Winterbottom; weight-carrying hackney, up to 14st„ T. Winterbottom; galloway hack, R. H. Sharp; lady's hackney (maiden), ,J. B. Sharp; lady's hack, J. B. Sharp :|1, R. E. Stockwell 2; pair hackneys, ridden together by lady and gent, Mrs. McDermid 1, W. J. Prowse 2; best hackney on . ground, . lady's or gent's, R. E. Stockwell; boy's pony, 13h to 14h, ridden by boy under 15 years, M. Sutton; boy's pony, 13h and under, .ridden by boy under 15yrs, A. Lefevre; girl's pony, 13h....
TROTTING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 26 March 1925
TROTTING HORSES. ] Stallion, 3yra. and over, Reg Cramp, ton; fastest trotting pony, 13h. to 14h., to be tried in saddle or harness, L. Lefevre 1,/L, Percival 2; fastest trotting pony, under 13h, G. Davies; fastest trotting gelding or mare, H. Giddings 1, A. Lefevre 2.