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

SOCIAL; EVENING , - On Wednesday -, last our friends fromvWagnC.held a' dance: in the local hall :-fori.tlie.! purpose ofsraisingi funds for the restoration of the church in that ^district, and. reports -say : it was a financial success.-: The- early -part of the evening -was given over to euchre, and jafter ;-a most enjoyable round of 'games'- the -successful' ones turned up in Mrs. Slieather and Mr. Archie French .S Consolation prizes went to Miss D. Clout and Mr. A. ?W. Beach. The hall . having been cleared, 'dancing was indulged in to music supplied: by Misses McGregor, ?whilst extras were played by Misses Owen, ' Gheirier,1'. French and Clout, and - Messrs i.;C)out;'': Bridle, King and I-Iargreavem Several ? chocolate -waltzes ond : one-steps were -competed for during the evening, and helped materially to ' increase the fund. Messrs Fred Frost and Holt were in charge of the door, whilst Mr. Mat. Lorrenz was most energetically en gaged attending to the -comfort of visitors and s...

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

a ? | J I [ i.^ SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT J -- '?' 1 -?- --???' ? ? ' Ll 1 1 ? ? ? ? ? 1 »ii ? ? ? ? » — — « i — -I... .. i — ??— ?»?? i ?_ ??»? i.. ???.?»? i.ws - © ' _ ' ANOTHER REDUCTION For the second time within four months, Graham ..-:; Brothers announce a substantial /reduction in price. ???*?» -? Effective as from 9th September last, the local delivered j : - price of Graham Brothers One-Ton Truck Chassis is £365. . , , J Now first in the world as exclusive manufacturers of f! - ? Motor Trucks, Graham Brothers are able to make this second reduction without the slightest sacrifice of ,-j : quality. „ % In fact, the truck to-day is better than ever before — and this new price will seem remarkably low to those who , know what Graham Brothers Trucks will do. , - - But for the recent increase in Customs ? ?' ? ? Duties, -users of these very necessary -? ~ \ ' . vehicles loould have benefited to an even , greater extent by the action of the makers ' , in reducing t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

P. & C. ASSOCIATION The. monthly meeting of the : above was held at the beginning of* the month, and there was a fair roll-up of parents. A discussion took place on the . form of entertainment to take place at the Xmas break-up and although opinion -was divided on the matter, it was left in the hands) of the schoolmaster to do what he) thought was best for the pupils. We have installed a number of lockers for the school children so that thc{ books can be put away and the school-room kept tidy, and we are indebted to Mr. Day for his ^gener osity \in constructing- the lockers free of charge as a donation towards the: schools-equipment'.- The 1 players seiec&S'^oVpla'y-tta-ttKb tennis tourna ment for the Walsh Cup, are .. looking : forward to the games arid although the team is- not-a strong ' one the pupils are out; to give' 'of their best and thus- try to uphold the honor of the school. ?/

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

TUMUT METHODIST CHURCH For some time past there have been no evening services at the local Methodist Church, but in view of the expected imflux of visitors dur ing this week-end Rev. J. Moris Blok will conduct a special service on sunuay evening. a very eaiuesL welcome will be accorded to all who are able to attend. The service will be unusually attractive, and it is ex pected that some musical renditions will feature it. In an interview with ex-Kaiger Willieim on the yellow peril he says that there are two hundred thousand men in Moscow pay, possibly pre paring eight hundred thousand. They are officered by RussoJapan ese. Japan is building warships and .submarines, for herself; France is flirting with Russia and Japan at the expense of the Anglo-Saxon bloc, and Germanv constitutes a breach in the Western Wall through which the Bolsheviks and their Asiatic allies will pour their yellow hordes in a linal onslaught on Europe. 'There- fore,' he said, 'if London, Paris and Washington de...

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

BRUNGLE. AGftlCULTURAU BUREAU The monthly meeting of the Agri cultural Bureau was held recently whon a good muster of members wore present to listen to a paper read by Mr. H. 1-1. Crouch on 'Glands.' The paper was unique in the matter on which it dealt, and gave some idea o£ the work being accomplished in French laborator ies in this research work. Mr Crouch is indeed lucky in being in posses sion of this paper, as there are at present only four copies in the State. We are to have the next edi tion when it comes to hand, and as the one already heard was most in teresting/ members are looking for ward to the next series. Construc tive criticism was given to local matters or interest, and it was de cided that the Bureau send a letter to Mr. Redford covering the term of his duties as Engineer to Gadara Shire and one also to the new Engi neer in welcome. It was also de cided that a deputation wait on the Gundagai Council and place before them one or two matters that need attention. The ...

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

. ; Your Spring Suit WILL SET OFF THfc' MAN IF m m rr\TT3 nuj ^ s ^ ~Vm Hao U^JuC©ij\A©UTlZ^S®|j «. Fasiiionable Tailor, ^ » RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s be-t Stylis and Properly Fitting Suits. Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. nor wool-buyers. We are selling brokers, and, like the true cobbler, 'We stick to our last.' Our energies are entirely di rected to the provision of a thoroughly successful means by which growers cau market their clips. In that business we have specialised, giving sheepmen a service characterised by the most complete and prompt attention. That -service, coupled with our proved capacity in making sales, offers sheepmen the fullest assurance that their wool will receive the utmost care, in our hands. Win chcombe, Carson, Ltd., Selling Brokers, Winchcombe House, Sydney...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Railway to Canberra. PUBLIC MEETING AT COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

Railway to Canberra. PUBLIC MEETING AT COOTAMUNDRA . A meeting was held at the Town Mali, Cootamundra, last Friday night to urge investigation of Coota.'s claim that the railway to Canberra should run from there. The Mayor (Aid E. C. Bartley) presided, and explained the object of the meeting. He did not profess to be able to go into the question fully himself. Aid. Dickson and Inson had been doing so. At the time Canberra was decided upon as the Federal Capital, the agreement was that a line ws to be built to it from the Southern line. Junee, Wagga, and Albury desired to get the line from there; but such routes would be through very mountainous coun try. From Cootamundra would be the cheapest route and through good country; and if Cootamundra people could show that it was the most ad vantageous to the State, the claims would be considered. Aid. C. H. Inson, who had brought the question up at a council neeting, coniderod that Cootamundra should be up and doing in their own inter ests...

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

□— 0— o-o— 0— 0— 0— o— O— O— O O— 0— (V-O— o— o— o— o— o— o— o LISTERS -Bffl TGB TME FQLLQDWBBa® ' MEALS: Harper's Rolled Ont.s, 51b. j.Wigs 2/. Harper's Fluked Oats, 5i i-. Hags 1/11. ?' . ? ? Harper's Oatmeal, 51b. B.'U!. 1/10. . i i - Ur.cle Toby's Outs, 01b. l:ngs 2/!). ..-?kv.v: ??' Breakfast D'Llglit, 21b Pa.'i:ets lUd. ,, ?' linakfast D'Light, ^lb Puckf-ts 1/8. ~ cocoa: ; ? ? 'Royalty,' J's 7id; 3's 1/S : 1's 2/3. „ „ ? 'Bourneville,'-' J's «'10d ; -liVl/'S ;~l-« Loose Cocoa, 1/0 lb., .qunHr , guaranteed. . COFFEE: , , - Fresh ground on' the prom ses,' 2/0 per In ^Oriental/' 2/9 per ? lb. \ ' ► 'Pasha,' 2/0 per lb. TEA: f I*';' 1 'A B.G.' 2/G lb. 'Billy,' 2/3 lb. / v ?_. 'Sovereign,' 2/G lb. Loose Tea, 1/0 lb. 'Kinkarn,' 2/0 lb. Green Ten,' 0d- packet. 'Bushell's,' 2/G lb. ? ? v: ;? RABBiT TRAPS: 'Lane's Patent,' 1914 path-rn, 28/0 doz. Cash with. '--r. Gups and Saucers, white md gold, Sd each. Odd Cups, Od each. . Fuller § Burt, Motor Funeral Directors. 'Have just, installed...

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

Educational Tour. Mv . E. K. Marie has been ap pointed Deputy Director of the re organised New South Wales division of the Young Australia League, which is now seeking co-operation in con nection with an educational tour during the forthcoming Christmas vacation. In pursuance of this object, the League has issued a prospectus cov ering a proposal for an educational tour for school hoys to the Western States during the next Christmas vacation. Students attending prim ary, secondary and other schools, State of private, will be eligible for inclusion in the contingent. Pro vision is being made for 100 boys and the tour will be carried out un der the direction of Mr. E. R. Marie. The party will be controlled by a staff of six officers, who have had exsicricnce in this work during the course of their League training. A .'?rained nurse will he attached to the party as matron. Visits will be made^o Perth, Ade laide and Melbourne, where, with the co-operation of Chamber of Manu facturers an...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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The Broom-millet Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 23 October 1925

The Broom-millet^ Industry. Mr. P. Burton Bradley, of Wanga ratta, secretary o£ the Victorian Mil let Growers' Association, addressed a meeting of local growers and oth ers interested in the millet industry at the Royal Hotel on Monday after noon, when Mr. W. II, Crampton presided . Mr. Bradley outlined the growth of the association — which had its birth in the State of Victoria — from its in ception. For years past producers had smarted under the vagaries of Australian makets and the importa tion of foreign products, and the need of co-operation and protection became so obvious that an associa tion was formed a little over a year ago, which had as its objects : — (1) The improvement of Victorian grown millet. (2) The increasing of marketing facilities . (3) To obtain an embargo upon the importation of foreign millet thereby minimising the danger to cereals through the constant introduction of the corn borer. (4) To obtain financial assistance from the Commonwealth Gov ernment in st...

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

Tumut Municipal Council A meeting of the Tumut Municipal Council was held on Tuesday night, those present being : Ald. J. Elph ick (Mayor), S. G. Pearce, Jno. El- liot, R. Joyce, C. E. Carr, J. J. J. Learmont, Wm. Marshall and J. E. Madigan. An apology for non-at- tendance was accepted from Ald L. D. Maitland. CORRESPONDENCE A. H. Elphick asked to construct a crossing into his new house in Fitzroy-street. — Request acceded to, .provided the applicant supplies the necessary pipes, on motion of Aid. Marshall and Elliot. Secretary, Tumut Turf Club, wrote asking that application be made to have Thursday, November -12, ; pro claimed a public holiday within the Municipality. — Application to be made, on motion of Aid. Carr and Madigan. Parker Moloney, M.H.R., infor med that Council's renuest for ..an additional man to be employed .at the Tumut Post Office would receive at tention;', . Public Works Dept. t-. write giving particulars - in connection ! with Coun cil's water debt. ? Public Wo...

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

OBITUARY. Word was received in Cootamun dra on Tuesday morning of the death on Monday night, in Sydney, of Mrs. Annie MacKay. The deceased lady and her late husband, Mr. Alexander Mackay, who were among the pion eers of the Southern Districts, were well known and highly respected in Wallendbeen, where they lived at 'Granite House,' and where there are many mouments to their generosity and philanthropic interests. The pic turesque, ivy-covered Presbyterian Church, Wallendlbeen, was their gift to that township, and is nearly as old as 'Granite House' itself. The late Mrs . Mackay is survived by two sons and a daughter— Brigadier- General J. A. K. Mackay (Wallend been), Mr. Kenneth (Port Hacking), and Miss Mackay (Sydney). Just after midnight last Sunday night, the death occurred at his resi dence, Wagga, of a well-known resi dent of Wagga, in Mr. William Clear, who had been ill for some time and had been confined to his bed for the past week. Mr. Clear was a carrier and was born in 18...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Hoy-proof Watclics 8/G, Ingcrsol Watches 9/G— H. I). SMART, Watch niiiker and Jeweller, Tumut. O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, is prepared to supply all functions with Peter's Famous Ice Cream. 'Phone 118, ?

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

'Tumut & Adeong Times' AND Adelong & Tumut Express Advertising Raies oOo CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 6/. PER INCH SINGLE COLUMN. ; Standing Advertisements 13 inches at 1/6 per inch . . .' ? ? .......... ? ? £019 :;6 ? ? 1 20 inches at 1/4 per inch ? v.-. v. ,' .'1:14 s8- ' I 39 incJies at 1/2 per inch ? ? ; '/2 8 -9 I 52 inches at 1/2 per inch ? ? ? : ? 3 0 S ? H 05 inches at 1/- per inch ? ? '3 5 0 7S inches at lid per inch ? ? ;. ? ? ? . ; . . . ..*. . ? -3 11 6 91 inches at lOd per inch ? 3 15 10 104 inches at 9(1 per inch ? ? '. ? ? ? j ....... v «3 18 ;0 117 inches at 9d per inch ? ? li ? ? ? 1 ' )4, 7 :0 130 inches at 8id per inch ? ... 4 12 15G inches at 8d per inch ? ? ? ' ? , T ? '6 4 0 182 inches at 7i per inch ..... . ? .T. . ,r. , ? i'. 5'13 9 234 inches at 7d per inch ? ? ? 6-16 '6 286 inches at.6Jd per inch v. ? ? 7 15 -.0 364 inches and over 6d per inch ? ? ? ? ? ? 9 ' 2' 0 Sole Proprietor. A; WlLKlE WATSON, 1 ! \\ I r.'T-v.AlM :rr\ L\\ l (LSPpcwdfp | The p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

^r— keeps shops cleaai ! Pmnllfioodsmen, Refreshment Room |j I ' Owners, Butchers, Confectioners, etc, » \ should ubc 41 Clever Mary'— The Enemy Jy^ ^ - : It will enable them to clean marble walla §/ y -. } j and tables, scale*, woodwork, clannware, Mj / \ ^ ! them really and sanitarily clean. Splendid fjl ^ //^O \ \ j- v * J for washing aprons and overalls. fjl l -i-un4 \\o ® POST OFFICE HOTEL ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. s The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorite ziotel, announces to his friends and the public generally that it will be conducted on the most modern lines. 's 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. , JFitzroy Street,...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Farewells [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Farewells Mr. Bennett North said that he availed himself of the opportunity of saving good-bye to the audience and the many charming people here whose acquaintance it had been his pleasure to make. They were both, quite overwhelmed by the sincere welcome which was an incident of their first visit to Tumut, and they could conscientiously say that they had enjoyed every moment of it. Their duties in their judicial capaci ties had been, rendered pleasant, through the courtesy and considera tion of Miss Bridle and Mrs. Thomp son, the joint secretaries, and they thanked them very sincerely. They were both much impressed by the splendid co-operation ot the local Press. It had rendered the move ment incalculable assistance by the publicity which it had afforded in the publication of proceedings. Mr. W. T. Browne had attended each ses sion and had devoted a tremendous amount of energy in the compilation of his reports, which reflected upon the papers ho represented. The thanks of the commit...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o usTem*-sm t& the FOLL0W7MZHB MEALS: Harper's Rolled Oats, 51b. Jjngs 2/. ^ Harper's Flaked Oats, 51b. Hugs 1/11. „ . Harper's Oatmeal, Gib. Bngt 1/10. ' Ur.cle Toby's Outs, 51b. lings 2/0. ' ' ' Breakfast D'Light, 21b Packets lOd. Vi- j Breakfast .D'Light, 41b rackets 1/8. ' ' , ? ' * ' COCOA: ; , 'Royalty,' i's 7*d; i'a 1/3; l's 2/3. ~ \ 'Bourneville,' l's lOd; i'sl/8; l's 3/3. *- ' Loose Cocoa, 1/0 lb., qual'r guurantead. ' „ COFFEE: V Fresh ground on the prem h's, 2/0 per.ln j 'Oriental;' -2/0 per lb. J . , 'Pasha,' 2/0 per lb. TEA: k: 'A.B.O.' 2/G lb. 'Billy,' 2/3 lb. 1 'Sovereign,' 2/G lb. ?' Loose Tea, 1/9 lb. 'Kinkara,' 2/G lb. Green Tea, Od* packet. '' 'Bushell's,' 2/G lb. RABBIT TRAPS: 'Lane's Patent,' 1914 pattern, 2^/G do/,. Cush with r '--t. v Cups and Saucers, white 'ind gold, 8d each. Odd Cups, 5d each. Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date jlotor Service for Undertaking ptirposesj and are prepare...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

- Your Spring Suit WILL SET OFF THE MAN IF ? if. IL ivfeCScMsiep « ? Fasnionable Tailor, » RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, . Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It, Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s ber,t Sty lis and Properly Fitting Suits. . Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. , Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. nor wool-buyers. Wo are selling brokers, and, like the true cobbler, 'We stick to our last.' Our energies are entirely di rected to the provision of a thoroughly successful means by which growers can market their clips. In that business we have specialised, giving sheepmen a service characterised by the most complete anil prompt attention. That service, coupled with our proved capacity in making sales, offers sheepmen the fullest assurance that their wool will receive the utmost care in our hands. AVin chcombe, Carson, Ltd., Selling Brokers, Winchcombe House, Sydney. CONSIGN WOOL : DARLING H...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

METHODIST. Batlow. — 11 a.m. ? Tumut. — 3 p.m. Adelong. — 7.15 p.m. ' REV» MORICE J. BLOK. ?

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Trout Fishing.— Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, etc.— II. D. SMART, Watch iiuiker mid Jeweller, Tuinyt, Smith & Faille's OWAKYILLA JERSEY AND MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIG STUD FARM TUMUT, N.SiW DAIRYMEN, NOTE I— That our JERSEY STOCK are founded jn the combination of the following blood lines: — BRIGHTON KING (Imp.- PROMETHUS (Imp.) ? and RETFORD MARAPOSA. The above are the BEST for TYPE and UTILITY to be found. OUR COWS Are under GOVE1JNMENT HERD TESTING. , These are the figures that count. MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIGS are bred from the MELBOURNE and SYDNEY ROYAL CHAMPIONS, and are strong in L/RAYTON CHIEF and PRESTON PETER BLOOD. Young BULLS and I-IEIFERS, BOARS and SOWS FOR SALE. All Registered in Stud Books. Verv Liberal Terms, if necessary. Inspection Invited. ?Apply at THE FARM, or 'Phone TUMUT 77. SPECIAL NOTICE. Owing to NUMEROUS INQUIRIES from SMALL FARMERS, we have decided to STAND at STUD a High-class Jersey Bull AT A VERY NOMINAL PRICE. This is to help and establish JERSEY STOCK in ...

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