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Blowering Assault Case HOOD ACQUITTED [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Blowering Assault Case HOOD ACQUITTED* . At the Cootamundra Polico .Court on Wednesday, before Judge '.''Fergu- son, Walter Henry Hood was . char ged with inflicting grievous bodily harm on Magnus Andersen, at Blow ering. Accused was committed for trial by Mr. Harrison, P.M., at Tu/ unit Police Court on October 6, the depositions being published in this paper. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty on Wednesday. Mr. Oliver (Fraser and Oliver) appeared for accused .

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RADIO FOR PRESS. COUNTRY PRESS ASSOCIATION AGAIN APPLIES RADIO BUREAU HELPS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

RADIO FOR PRESS. COUNTRY PRESS ASSOCIATION AGAIN APPLIES RADIO BUREAU HELPS ! A, renewed effort is lieing -made by ;tlie. .Country - ;Eress Association,; antj the - Radio Broadcast; .Bureau,, acting in conjunction, to secure from- the .Federal . Government the right for the C.P. A. to.establish its own radio .station ..in Sydney for the broadcast ing ; of news- to newspapers -in the country. - Mr. ? T. M. Shakespeare; secretary. of the C.P. A., has received a further reply from the Postmaster General mfoming him that the coun try press can procure a B class license, but the P.M.G. still fails to agree to the press publishing any matter sent out by such station.' After further conference with Mr. Shakespeare, the Directors of the Radio Broadcast Bureau (Mr. C. C.; Faulkiner), has again written to the P.M.G. pointing out tl&t what is re-: quired is not a 'B class' station, but a 'Land' Station, as the C.P. A. has no wish to send out musical and. other items of entertainment, b...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wagga-Canberra Railway. LEAGUE COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Wagga-Canberra Railway. LEAGUE COMMITfEE MEETING ! ;? -At a .meeting of the Wagga com- i yhiittee of the Wagga-Canberra Rail way League, held this week, Mr. J. i F„, O'Kegan presiding, the Tumut League wa-s'-represented by Mr. -D. L. Herlihy, and Mr. W. P. Bluett was present on behalf of: residents at the Canberra end of the proposed' line. ., Mr. Herlihy gave a full report of .the suitability of the country between .Tumut 'and Canberra for- intense cul ture and it was shown that a practi cable route was . available, which : would tap 'splendid country and run [through magnificent forests. Already iat' Canberra the shortage of liard :\vood for building purposes is being ;felt and a railway connecting, . tap ping the forests through to Tumut would be -of inestimable benefit : to: the Federal Capital. , -The secretary -was instructed, to ?write to nlie local M's.P: requestihg that arrangements be made for a de putation to interview the Minister for Works at an early date. Mr. Herlihy ...

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

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

QLD-TliESDANGE BRUNGLE HALL 011 FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER — oOo— Old.time Music Gents 3/; Ladies 2/. W. LILLE Y, Hon. Secretary. . Jumble Fair. In aid of Catholic Building Fund ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ADELON6, j SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, Admission Free FRANK ROCHE, Hon: Sec. ' ^ GADARA SHIRE COUNCIL TRIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS '5th DECEMBER, 19.25. ' NOTICE is iiereby 'given that' the ?. TRIENNIAL ELECTION; 'OEVvGOUN-, CILLORS will take place ' on SAT- ' URDAY, - 5lh DECEMBER! ! ''i925. Nomination Day has been fixed for FRIDAY, 6th NOVEMBER; 1925;- and Nominations will bo- 'unnbunctJd- . at the Shire Hall, .'Tumut; at 12 o'clock on that date. All cahdidates must be proposed for nomination in writ ing in the prescribed manner, ??. and the nomination paper, with the '.con- sent of the candidate attached there to or written thereon (attested;. by a witness), shall be delivered to, ? or ?Sent, by registered letter so as - to ? f'each the undersigned before. 5 . pan. j on THURSDAY, 5th NOVEMBER, ...

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

-THE MARKETS ; Coastal Farmers' Quotes :— : ;i AVheaten ^liaff- :7/-\do 8/G; : oaten : 6/6 to 8/. Lucerne chaff 9/11. Lucerne hay ,7/6. * . Ohiohs £27 to £28 a Hoil . 3 Wheat, good 6/1. 5 Potatoes, Tasmanian 15/- to.18/; local . Crookwell 15/ 1 Eggs, newMaid 1/4, case roggs 1/1.

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

Trout Fishing. — Rods, Keels, Casts, Flies, etc.— II. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. ? « * a At last Adolong Commons meeting mention was made of tho gate be longing to the Common at the head ef the Cemetery road being purposely left open and tied back, letting stock on agistment out. The parties of fending are liable to a heavy fine jf the offence is repeated. It is in tended to seek the aid of the police It this pructic contluueij.

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

Watch and Clock Repairs done personally and all work guaranteed. II. D. SMART, Jeweller, Wynyarfl-gt, Tumut.

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

Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Tumut. » » ? » Eilerslie shed started started shearing on Tuesday last, and in the big concern masters are now hum ming merrily to a full board. Evtiry day big loads of wool are being' car ried through Adelong. Several sheds have already cut out, and all report a gpod clip.

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

HAM or TOMATO SANDWICHES cut at shortest notice. Also COOKED HAM on 5al«.—0'SULH VAN'S, Rus.

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

WOOL The .Scfretiu-j-, Farmers and (Jr# or, s' Co-op. Co. writes The progress of the wool - market during the _past few weeks .Hah beeii , on entuely' hatisfaeforj line^ tio|u tl\e selleiS '..point jOf Mew, ,'I'Xtellent clearances 'have' -been ^effected, th»5 notwithstanding the fact that the oifyrings~have. notlbeeii 'of j n pai'ticu l.ulj aftiatti\e jiatme At latest sines auction approximated 00, per cent, of the offerings the -best test .at .any time as.Lo the strength of the market is the .percentage of wool which is sold at auction, r ,- France, still 'continues the mainstay of the umrket, ami that' section of buyers has been mostly responsible for the high prices, pa id foi- wools .of line quality, ,but .it is gratifying to fliicl that the other sections of the Continental trade have \videued their activity. A. wider dep*ai\d is appar ent from Germany, whilst York-sliire is showing move., activity.. The 'market -has'-'been 'fairly well tested recently as full catalogues Uavo b...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TAMING DEATH VALLEY. ROMANCE OF ITS BORAX DEPOSITS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

TAKING _DEATH VALLEY. ROMANCE OF ITS BORAX DEPOSITS Among the groat achievments of modern times -tho conquest of Doatli ?:«. Valley, in California, famed for its borax deposits, is deserving of special mention. ?? It is an arid, sunken plain, about .; /. ten. miles in length . The approach to the hills that enclose it. is across ter rible desert country. Tho valley it ; - self is probably the most trcaclievous and malignant, spot on the globe. . The temperature is certainly furnace. , like and its maximum of 160 deg. F. has never 'been equalled elsewhere., In summer 140 deg. is common, and at midnight the mercury hovers at- 120. Furthermore, it is swept with sandstorms that no one can face for long. Yet from this inhospitable re gion, where always death looks one in the face, men have wrested vast 1 fortunes, and its sides are scarred with crude timber erections — shafts and shanties denoting the presence of borax mill or mine. But a more dreary spot than the situation of these mine...

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

BOYAL. HAIRDRESSINC ' AND SHAVING SALOON next DEERY'S ROYAL HOTEL', TUMUT. TED I. QUIRK PROPRIETOR ANNOUNCES to the Public of Tu-nut and District generally that he has purchased an ELECTRIC MASSAG ING PLANT. Our MR. LANCE SNOW, late of Goulburn, who has had several years' experience in the trade, possesses high credentials in all branches of Massaging, Electric Face Massages and Electric Hair Shampoo, with Hot and Cold Air-blower a specialty. Also the famous Barliny, L. & Co., G.B.D., Civic, Senate and other lines of Pipes. Also Ladies' Halrdressing, In all the Latest Fashionable Cuts. Only Thoroughly competent trades men employed. Charges Moderate. ALL SMOKERS' REQUISITES STOCKED. Including all the best brands of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Tobacco Pouches, Cigarette Cases Aid Holders, etc. Also all Halrdressing Accessories. I Ton® tie System By the Aid of Dr. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS Many serious illnesses are avoided by keeping such a simple remedy at hand, and once...

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

! On*, ' j j Reputatl' n $ 1 ™ ! la what pe' p'.e ' ' I | Suppose It to be. I i , ? , I . « mSM ? J Ono'o Cii ornctop r i is what people have f' 1 ' ^ | Proved it to be. | | Hearne'& - : I Bronchitis ^ i Cure ,f J Enjoys both an Excellent /§jJllsrv - ! Reputation and an j Irreproachable Character. ' llx I' j Personal R-acommonde-Uon lif'tlt (3 i l^ll^ if 7 ft ! Is the Beat Advertisement, wIsSl® y / 1 — ? | and that la why Hearne'a ji'j! 1S//U j | has been at the Top '' J | of the Tree for oo many ^ j _____ THE FINEST REMEDY IH THE FOR COUGHS, CROUP j Always AsH for ' HEARNE'3,' .nd ? a t tilQt J j you GET tt There io nothing sr&V -'j- tyoocl.' j I ? i ? J II not cbtatnoblo looolly. oond f.i ? io, ' - I W. G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., Gevlorf Victoria. { ? ? ? ? ? ? ; ? ? JOB printing! CLYDE G. WATSON - (Late A.I.F.) TUMUT TIMES & EXPRESS OFFICE, TUMUT. Having taken over the control of the Job-printing Department in the. above offices, I desire to notify the ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maize Experiments in the Tumut District. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Maize Experiments in the Tumut District. A comprehensive series of experi ments by farmers in the Tumut dis trict in conjunction with the Dept. of Agriculture has been undertaken this season, and these have mostly been sown during the past week by Mr. Wenholz, Maize Specialist o£ the Department. The Seed Maize Contest promoted by the Tumut Agricultural Society j attacted only eight entries, and this must be considered a very poor re sponse by local farmers in a matter which is designed for their welfare. However, it appears that quite a number of farmers missed the ad vertisement in the local Press con cerning the contest, as it is certain, from a talk with many local farmers, that they would have entered if they bad known about it. A rumor has unfortunately gained ground with re gard to last year's contest, that all was not fair with it because ho win ner turned out to be F. T. Dowling and the contest was conducted on his own farm. This idea should be at once scotched, for the fact...

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

JLTED. COMPLETE SHORT STORY. When he was half-a-mile or so to the west of Market Carways, Jim Fenton sighted his aunt's pretty little I house, and eased down from thirty five miles an hour to a sober and de cent fifteen. Having brought the two-seater to a halt before the garden gate, he step ped out. Then, with a gloomy ex pression on his usually sunny face, he walked up the path and tapped at the front door, which, as it happened, was open. No one answered his summons or paid the slightest attention to him. Jim gazed through the passage into the garden beyond, and saw a slim figure, and a young feminine figure at that. , 'Now what the dickens have wo .got, here?' Jim said reflectively. 'I should have been warned about this.' -,- iHat in hand, he strolled through ?into the garden and addressed the girl, not gloomily but cheerfully, for she was pretty— prettier than any girl to whom he had spoken in the course of his twenty-seven years. 'I beg your pardon,' he began, 'but I wonder if...

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

[?] S ChE New Willys-Knight, fitted witfr (j the famous Lanchester Balancer, (I offers an entirely new conception of jj ? Vibrationless Motoring. ) I This new smoothness adds furthet ( f laurels to a car already famous for ) I the matchless performance of its \ B quiet and powerful Sleeve Valve )| engine. Realise what it means to ) glide on the roads on cushions of air V — to ride in a car that has absolutely / no period of ^ j - Vibration a t -JL / any speed. At 'J? 'fT1 / j| xi M ) this amazing ^ ( new price \ /f^ ) \ The Overland is the car that the | j average family may take pride in — j y may spend many happy hours in — i may drive for years without trouble . or expensive upkeep. In the full I i glare of publicity in every part of j Australia, Overlands have excelled —in performance and in durability — in extreme economy of upkeep — in 1 | power. Official tests have served to j demonstrate the remarkable power j ( and economy of the Overland. ' j I The New low prices place Ove...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A "Quid Pro Quo." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

A 'Quid Pro Quo.' (By 'Verb. Sap.' When we begin to seriously or ganise our resources in Australia; when we have awakened more of the get-together idea; when we get alive to the need for more constructive and consecutive action, then we will all realise the utility of the 'group system.' 'A now idea?' some of my readers may ask. No ! it is as old as is traceable civilisation, and, no doubt, goes back far beyond that. But, through hysterical competition, civilisation has slipped or detoured from that path to progress so that the world, separate nations of the world, boundaried sections of the nations, and sections within the sec tions, are all divided against them selves. One feels constrained to cry : 'How long, O Lord; how long shall we so continue to cheat our selves and others through our lack of vision In home development there must be harmony. Here the husband and father owes much and admits his obligation to the wife and mother. The two owe an obligation to their children for ...

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

SHEARING This week should see a start in shearing in most of the sheds in the district, so that there is a busy time ahead for those thus engaged. Grass is still very backward, but a move has been noticed this last week, and a good soaking ran would do the world of good. .The few points which fell on Saturday last came as a blessing to the corn-'furmers ns they were complaining about the crust that was forming on the top. j

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

SUICIDE AT BURRINJUCK : A sad case of suicide is reported from Gurriiljuclt. It appears that Joseph Crawford, aged 40, a married man with a wife and seven children, left Burrinjuck last Sunday week. It is understood that no search was made for the missing man as it was generally thought that he had left the works. Mrs. Crawford, how ever, maintained that something must have happened to her husband, and had grave fears that he had fal len in the river and was drowned. This opinion was not shared by the residents, and no particular notice w;is taken of his sudden disanoear unee. On Sunday a resident was out rabbit shooting, and came across the body about two mijes from the township. The unfortunate man had evidently committed suicide by cut ting his throat. The body was greatly decomposed . The wife, not hearing anything of her husband's whereabouts, left Burrinjuck accom panied by her children, on Saturday night £or RocKdale,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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