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

Kunama ? The' Minister for Lands (Mr. Loughlin) called at the Settlement on Sunday afternoo'h on his . way £ro'm Tumbarumba to Tumiit. There were' '.'?'aJnumber of settlers present to meet; Mr. Loughlin to hear his views re-' gardirig the' Soldiers' Settlement.' The Minister expressed great disap-' pointment at not finding more' land cleared and under fruit trees, as he considered that each settler should have at least one acre a year cleared -? and planted. Mr. Small, C.P. In-' spector, and Mr. Goodin, M's.L.A., who were with the Ministerial party, 'took advantage of the visit to have a ;look over some of the orchards, collecting data to place before their chief. Mr. 'Loughlin said in the near future the Departmental policy regarding the Settlement would be announced and everything put on a proper footing, which would include a big writing off of capital values, and promised to assist settlers in every way possible. With a view to combating the dis ease known as armillaria, the De ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS TO COME INTO FORCE ON MONDAY NEXT INWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS . TO COME INTO FORCE ON , : MONDAY NEXT INWARDS' From Sydney, Cootamundra, Gun . (lagai, etc., 'Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11.5 a.m.; Tuesday, Thurs day, Saturday, 12.30 a.m. Brungle, Gocup, Argalong, Lacma ... lac.— Tuesday and Friday, 11.30 a.m. West Blowering, Yellowin.— Mon- ' day, Tuesday and Friday, .11 . 30 a.m. Adelong, Gilmore. -r-daily, 3.45 p.nl. Batlow, — Tuesdays, Thursdays ? and Saturdays, 4.45 p.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 3.45 p.m. Talbingo, Ravine, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves .—Monday and Thursday, 3.45 p.m. Tomorroma, Adjungbilly. — Wednes- day and 'Saturday, 11 a.m. OUTWARDS , ? For Sydney, Cootamundra, Gunda . v: ; gal,.- etc.— Ordinary letters, Monday, Wednesday, .Friday 1.50 p;m. ; re-. . : gistered letters 12.50 'p'.m.; ; ordin- ary i letters, Tuesday, Thursday; Sat urday 3.20 ? p:m. ; registered (letters;.7 2.20' p.m. ,-. - , . 1 - . Brungle.— Tuesdays -1.15 '-.p.m;; .. Thursdays. 12 noon. .Argalo...

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

WAGGA PIG SALE. S. V. Best and Co. report holding their monthly pig sales on Wednes day, 14th October, when 1382 pigs ? were yarded by all agents, our quota being 5S2 pigs from 57 vendors. Buy ers were present from Sydney, Wo donga, Albury, Walbundrie, Queanbe yan, Gundagai and the surrounding district towns, besides local butchers ana tatteners. rens ol prime ijikh were forward, with a good yarding of stores and suckers. Prices were better for baconers and backfatters, but porkers, stores and suckers were equal to last rates. We had a fine pen of backfatters from Mr. Tom. O'Brien, Gilmore, which sold to £10/6/, being top price for this class. Prices obtained by us were as fol lows: — Backfatters, £10/6/, £7/14/6, £7/11/6, £7/10/6, £7/4/, £7/0/6, £6/11/, .EG/S/6, £6. Heavy baconers, £5/14/6, £5/11/6, £5/9/6, £5/S/6, £5/8/, £5/5/6, 5/3/6. Light baconers, £4/5/, £4/2/6, £, £3/18/. Heavy porkers, £3/15/, £3/10/6, £3/7/6, £3/2/6, £3/1/6. Light porkers, £2/13/6, £2/12/6, £2/10/. Sows in ...

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

Serious Chances Any person who neglects any sign, of slcin disease takes serious chances, for. skin troubles have a tendency to, spread, and there is also danger of becoming chronic, besides being very difficult to cure. The safest remedy, for any,, form of ; skin . irritation is Doan's Ointment. ' In using it there is no detention from daily' occupa tion, and the . many cures made by it' have caused it to 'become famous all over the world. - . ' Mr. 'John Smith, South -Gundagai,' says: — 'For some* time-I was troubled, with eczema,- the- irritation at -times being very trying.- Notwithstanding tlie:fact~that I used all -sorts of rem edied, nothing gave-me any relief un til I began applying Doan's Oint-. 'ment. The ointment allayed the ir ritation almost at once, and as I con tinued its use the eczema gradually i disappeared until not a sign of it' was left. I- am very glad to be free., of this skin disease, and cannot praise. Doan's Ointment sufficiently for my perfect cure. It is ...

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

TO STAND THE SEASON AT MT. ADRAH, * 11 Miles from Adelong, 40 Miles from Wagga, At E. J. O'Dwyer's Property,' wmmm. FAItR (22), imported, brown horse, bred in England in 1920, by Fariman ? (winner of £5300 and son of Gallin ule) from Dame Pertelote, by Chau cer (sire of Stedfast, winner of £20,363) from Dark Veil, by Veles (winner of £14,961) from Dark Duch ess (half-sister to the dam of Hou Bam), by St. Simon from Sweet Duchess (winner Doncaster Cup and half-sister to Merry Duchess, winner of ? City and Suburban Handicap, ° grand-dam of Cylgad, and great grand-dam of Parth), by Hagioscope from Grand Duchess (half-sister to Rosobery and great grand-dam of Your Majesty, winner of the St. Leger, and Our Lassie, winner of the Oaks), by Lozenger. * . Holds the Government Stallion Certificate until June 30, 1926. Delivery of Mares will be taken at ' the Commercial Hotel, Adelong. Mares to be removed when stinted; FEE £15/15/. E. J. O'DWYER, Proprietor.. - LOAN FOR PROPERTY PURCHASE. £50 ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE GARDEN. SALADS FOR SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

THE GARDEN. SALADS FOR SUMMER Much depends on the efforts put forth in the vegetable plot just now; for, unless we make the necessary sowings for salads and other desir able summer greens at this stage, we shall be likely to miss them when the warm weather comes along. Therefore get brsy with those beds which have been lying fallow for the last few weeks, and with the culti vator and rake bring the surface soil to a line tilth for the reception of seeds of beetroot, radish, lettuce, cucumber, cress and mustard; also tomato to provide plants to take the place of the early ones -\Wiich will by that time be getting played out. It will be noted that the later sown tomatoes escape disease to a greater extent than early ones. Freely dust ing the plants with a mixture of hydrated lime and fine sulphur will tend to keep tomatoes and beans free from fungoid troubles which sometimes attack them. Carrot seeds are a fair while in coming up, and as they are difficult to frntll weeds when first t...

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

ADELONG PROGRESS v^SSN. At an enthusiastic meeting of the Adelong Progress Association, held in the Oddfellows' Hall on- Monday night last, .the matter of the refusal of the Minister to allow the land on the old Temporary Common to be settled on, was discussed. The mat ter is causing a great amount of con cern locally, as some of the blocks were allotted, and in some instances the men who thought they were suc cessful have commenced to get ready for fencing. It was ultimately decided to send a delegate to Sydney to interview the Minister, Mr. S. L. Crain being chosen to see if the Min ister will alter his decision. It ap pears that it is against the policy of the Government to curtail the Com mons, but as matters had gone so far in this instance it would cause a great amount of inconvenience and expense to those concerned, and wo uld be a menace to other folk if there was no one in command to keep down the noxious weeds and rabbits. In connection with the above matter, Mr. W. M. Haw...

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

Why is it HOWITT Sells So Many Bottles of Wine? Because he sells Health Giving Wines AT r SYDNEYPRICES HOWITTS Wii)eSou^e TUMUT.

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DEATH OF CARENAUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

DEATH OF CARENAUGHT Racing enthusiasts and friends of Mr. J. E. Madigan, of Tumut, will regret to learn that his well-known racing mare Carenaught died on Tuesday last. The mare was due to foal on that day and although care fully watched and tended the animal contracted inflamation and succum bed. Carenaught was 17 years old and during her career secured a great number of wins, including the Ascot Thousand in 1914. Fortunately the classic winner leaves a progeny in the form of two exceedingly pro mising fillies, as to which Mr. Madi gan has great expectations.

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

o 0—0— O^-O— O—O— O—O— O— 0—0 0—0— O—O— O—O— O—O— 0—0— 0 O THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES. f (O'BRIEN'S HALL) f © ^ f future Sou^e f ? ? : — ? ? ? ? 1 I ?f Tumut's Picture Theatre f 6 c © SCREENS ONLY THE BEST; AND FOR A QUIET NIGHT VISIT ^ HERE EVERY ? | f Wednesday H Saturday Nights I 7, | RUN ON CITY LINES C 1 ? 0 THE MUSIC AT THIS THEATRE IS SUPPLIED BY A ? ? £ g'Gu'hransen' Registering Piano j ^ A Gulbransen Registering Piano is not a player Piano. All infor- c ©mation supplied by the undersigned. 1 g MUSIC ROLLS FOR SALE, HIRE OR EXCHANGE. j 4 AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS 'SONORO' GRAMAPHONES. j 3 T. Laird, ] '.J.- ? ? Proprietor O'Brien's Hall, Tumut. - | ( f — 0 —0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0 0—0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O— 0—0 J (j5 0—0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0-0— 0—0 0—0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O— 0—0 O ? Graziers, Farmers and j Q ? J C f all Primary Producers 1 ® DO YOU KNOW THAT THE BEST GRASS EVER IMPORTED IS OUR^ f Belgium Congo Kilkiiytt j t Grass I J, Not injurious to Cattle, like South African Kikuyu or Kikee Grass, 4 -©''...

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TELEGRAPHIC CORN-SACKS SCANDAL SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

TELEGRAPHIC CORN-SACKS SCANDAL SYDNEY, Thursday. The political scandal surrounding i the purchase of 6000 bales of jute t cornsacks, involving a loss of £12, i 500, by the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Dunn, was brought to a head in the Legislative Assembly this morn ing when Mr. Bavin asked Premier Lang to appoint a Royal Commission to inquire into the whole of the cir cumstances connected with the trans action. Mr. Bavin's request arose on a formal motion for the adjourn ment of the House. He said he ex pected the Minister for Agriculture, in his own interests, would support the request. Cornsacks had been brought through W. Tiirnbull from Watt and Co., Sydney, the total sum involved being £108,000. Turnbull was formerly a broker, but became bankrupt. His office address was 126A Pitt-street, Sydney, and con sisted of a Milliner's shop on the ground floor, Banking Academy on second floor: but a laclv at. the latter ! place took messages for Turnbull, who was now a boarding-house ke...

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

TO--0— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O ? O—O— O—O— O—O— O—O— O—O ? n f What you get in £ I m RJ.A . Lever \ ? 0 Craftsmanship equal to 1 H what' is popularly con- A 0 HI ' -aidered the special vir- Mj 1 BJ tue t^lE most cxpen- ® 0 H sive watchesis what you V | f|| get in an R.J.A. Lever. ° S& Gold filled nr / 1 ^ 1 A tit has fifteen jewels, Brcguct Hairspring, fe] and Cut Compensation tt; Balance. Can be had ir in Gold or Silver ' lii English Hunting cases. k/- Silver net /:'/ case / Dj - M ? j H. 3D- SMART, j ? Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut j ^ 'O o o o o — o — o— o— O — O ' — o — o — o—o — o — o — o — o — o—o ^ O0 — 0 — O—o — O — O — C — O — O—O ? O — O — O — O—O — o — o — o — o — o ? c I ? DEERY'S i EMTTEUi I O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) f Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). 9 . ' f TUMUT. I L | REGINALD BEER?, Proprietor | J | ' ? ? ? ? | | C.T.A. HOUSE. P - O o | Extensively added to, altered and improved throughout. j O 33 lofty and airy rooms, spacious balcony 1...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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OUR OPEN COLUMN TUMUT BUTTER FACOTRY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

OUR OPEN COLUMN TUMUT BUTTER FACOTRY (To the 'Editor) SIR, — Enclosed picas 3 find copy of reply to my letter which you were so good as to publish, referring to the 'promise. to pay 8 per cent.' Mes srs Crouch and Stacy (Directors) stated that a promise was passed by 'an overwhelming majority' and 'threatened law and equity.' The enclosed letter from the company shows definitely that there was no promise to pay. I am waiting for certain legal opinion from Sydney before proceeding further in this matter. Suppliers will no doubt at once see that the above resolution refers solely to their own money.— I am, etc., MORETON COLYER, B.E. Copy of letter received by Mr. Colyer : — 'In reply to your letter of 13th inst., the following resolution was passed at a general meeting of shareholders of this company held in O'Brien's Hall, Tumut, on Satur day, 4th March, 1922 : — 'That this meeting of shareholders authorise the Directors to pay a dividend of S per cent, on all deferred payment shares...

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. The travellers from Gundagai, who are proceeding down the Murrum-' bidgee by motor boat, arrived at Dar ling Point last Saturday. They liaveiv-. ? encountered many difficulties in the'*, form of obstruction by snags. They?' are trailing a boat behind tlieir 'nio-/. ' . tor launch, and this boat, in 'which' their petrol is carried, lias met with; disaster several times. However, the party has now reached the navigable stage of the river, and anticipate - it comparatively ? smooth * journey from now on. * * ? * On Tuesday the' cook in the employ of Mr. , S. P.. .'Ward discovered the body of a man, dead, in the Coota mundra Rifle Range paddoclc. On his pesron were some papers, show ing his . name to be James Weather all, and information stating that a brother and sister reside somewhere in Sydney. Deceased evidently spent much of his time in Victoria.' - In the clothes was a sum of money, amounting to nearly three figures.'!' The man , had been -camped, at .the-. . Ra...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TUMUT HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEME (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

TUMUT HYDRO.ELECTRIC SCHEMfe (To the Editor) SIR, — The proposal of the Tumut Municipal and Gadara. Shire Councils to form a County Council, with the objective of development of hydro electric power on the headwaters of Tumut River and tributaries, having been refused by Cabinet of the pre sent Government, on the advice of their electrical engineer that such proposal would not co-ordinate with the Government's proposals at Bur renjuck, the above Councils have drawn up a petition, which is being distributed throughout this and ad joining districts for the signature of the various ratepayers and electors who consider the welfare and develop ment of these districts, asking that Cabinet reconsider its decision and grant the formation of a County Council with the necessary powers, and under conditions and proposals that will co-ordinate with the Gov ernment's hydro-electric project at Burrinjuck. I should like to point out to your readers that the offer of a million pounds sterling to be...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumblong Assault Case AUCCUSED CONVICTED [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Tumblong Assault Case AUCCUSED' CONVICTED ' ? At the Cootamundra Police Court on Wednesday, before Judge Fergu son, Albert Keith Lomax and Wil-.. liam JHilf ..were .charged with, at Tum blong, on 13th September, 1925, the robbery of £4/10/, a watch and chain and pendant, and a further .charge of assault- on Jas*.; :McCarlliy . Logan. The' dury returned « a .? verdict of guilty of assault only, on the part of both accused, who were sentenced to. 12 months' imprisonment in Goiil burn Gaol .

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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LIVE STOCK MARKETS PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

LIVE STOCK MARKETS PIG SALES. I Although the supply of pigs at the Abattoirs on Tuesday was nearly 500 less than the previous week, the mar ket for all descriptions of porkers was cheaper, and this also applies to choppers and backfatters. A number of regular buyers were not present at the sales, having pigs left over from the previous week. The bulk of the supply as usual was porkers, and early sales were a shade easier than last week's closing rates, but after lunch prices were most irregular, becoming cheaper as the sales progressed to wards tho close. Baconers were in light supply, and realised satisfactory prices. Choppers and backfatters were in larger numbers than usual, and this line was much cheaper, rough sorts being most difficult to sell. We sold baconers ex Tumut, account Mr. E. Wade, Brungle, and Mr. J. Calla way,. Gilmore, at 102/6. Quotations: Porkers 30/- to 60/, baconers 70/- to 103/, backfatters 60/- to 140/- (odd higher).

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Musical Festival The Opening. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

[?] Tie Owning. THE OPENING OF TUMUT'S GREAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL TOOK PLACE YESTERDAY UNDER ~H E MOST FAVORABLE AUSPICES AND WAS HERALDED BY BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. EARLY IN THE MORNING COMPETITORS BEGAN TO AR. RIVE FROM ALL PARTS, AND EAGER, ANIMATED INTEREST IN THE PICTURESQUE FEATURES OF OUR FAIR LITTLE TOWN WAS APPARENT AT EVERY TURN. THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES HALL CAME IN FOR ITS SHARE OF EULOGY, FOR FEW COUNTRY TOWNS CAN BOAST OF SUCH A CAPACIOUS AND WELL. EQUIPPED STRUCTURE. . THE ADJUDICATORS The Committee of the Festival i Society arc to be congratulated upon their choice and engagement of two such efficient Adjudicators as Mr. and Mrs. Bennett North, of Sydney, who have already endeared them selves in the hearts of competitors , ami partizans alike. From the very inception both gave evidence of ' courteous and sympathetic disposi tions. Much valuable information was imparted to participants in the course of tlieir remarks upon in dividual performances . net ? ? & UK. BENNETT N...

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

CALF SALES The same number of calves were yarded at the Abattoirs on Wednesday as the previous week, viz 2300, and as this number was in excess of the requirements of the trade, prices were again cheap. Practically the whole of the offering was small bob bies, and although the Government Inspector was stricter in liis confis cations this week, plain descriptions of this class of calf sold as low as 10/. Good quality yearlings and veal ers were in light supply, and realised good prices. Plain and wasted calves are still cheap and difficult to sell. Choice yearlings to £6, odd higher; prime to £5; good to £3/10/; rough sorts from 20/. Prime heavy vealers to £4, odd higher; good to £3; med ium to 40/. Prime heavy bobbies to 40/, odd higher; prime light weights to 24/; medium light to 19/; weedy sorts from 10/.

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

Newspaper Law Subscribers and advertisers who do not give express notice to the con trary are considered as wishing to continue their advertisements or sub scriptions. - ' , If subscribers order discontinuance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all . arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or ileglect to take papers from the office to which they are directed, they will be held responsible until they have Settled \ their accounts. ' ? ?' ' ' ? ..j If subscribers move to another . ' place, without informing .publishers, i and papers are sent to their formei1 \~ direction, the subscribers are respoii- . sible. r The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from an^ post office, or removing, or. leaving them uncalled for,' is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advance for a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to contin...

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