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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

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Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Welcomed as a New Advance in Six-cylinder Engineering Ahead in Power and Comfort, Style and Value if'jjjJPg^ ILLYS-OVERLAND announcements s& «V viiM *n ^e Past ^ave a^ways been waited isa vA vJkS for with eager anticipations by the 8£J1&J9^| motoring world. Now, with the The new Overland Six is a brilliant engineering achievement, with definite advantages over other sixes — 112-3/4 inch wheelbase, larger main bearing surface, pressure feed lubricating system, oil-tight announcement of a Six-cylinder Overland, John N. Willys has turned a new leaf in Six-cylinder engineering — a great achievement in automobile progress. Here is a six of a new order— a very decided advance in all phases The Six-cylinder Overland is an addition to the Willys Overland line of Fine Cars. The famous Model 91 Four cylinder (£220) remains, and will remain, the greatest value in the low-priced field universal joints, latest hnger-type'. spark and throttle levers, horn button on steering wheel ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOTERS' RALL FIGURES FOR STATES TOTAL OF THREE AND A QUARTER MILLIONS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

VOTERS' RAUL FIGURES POR STATES TOTAL OF THREE AND A QUAR . - : TER MILLIONS ? ' The Chief Electoral Officer, Mr, Farrar, said on Wednesday that ' a rough estimate of the supplementary rolls now in course of preparatioa would make it appear that the fol lowing would be the total number of voters in each State : — New South Wales ...... 1,240,000 Victoria ? ?. . , 950,000 Queensland .............. 450,000 South Australia ? 30.5,000 Western Australia ? 190,000 Tasmania ., ? 115,000 Grand Total .......... 3,250,000

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Prime Minister's Policy Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Prime Minister's Policy Speech. Mr. Bruce, Prime Minister, opened his election campaign at Dandenong on Monday night, when ho outlined the Nationalist Government's pro gramme. : Mr. Bruce opened by saying that he did not intend to deceive the people ?with promises which, either for! financial or constitutional reasons, he could not redeem. Australia was at the turning point in her national history, and was on the eve of the greatest opportunity ever offered to her people. We must be a united people if we would accomplish our national ideals. Mr. Bruce then reviewed the cir cumstances leading up to the present election and said the Government e was determined to defeat the nefari ous designs of the extremists in our midst. On the subject of defence he said: the Government, if returned, would support every practical effort by the League o£ Nations to guarantee the world's peace. Our defence must be in co-operation with the rest of the Empire, particularly the navy. ...

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"SIT DOWN" LAND BOARD CHAIRMAN REBUFFS SHIRE CLERK [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

'SIT DOWN' LAND BOARD CHAIRMAN REBUFFS SHIRE CLERK When a conversion, of lease, in Which : the , Burrangong, Shire Council was^. the applicant, ? came on before the: Land Board at Young on; Monday the 'Shire Clerk was absent, and the case .was struck out. The Town Clerk, who was present, immediately rang' the.Shire. Clerk and Mr. Rum ble, arrived; he was informed that the case was dealt with and was re fused a?' hearing. Tlie Shire Clerk explained^ that he was, extremely busy, and asked the Chairman (Mr. Irish) to reconsider the matter. 'Sit down,' said the Chairman. 'You : should have been hero . The case has been dealt with and you are only ' taking up the time of ithe Court.' This rebuff J (says the 'Young Wit ness') ? caused quite a flutter, and the opinion was expressed that the Chairman- might have extended alit tle more courtesy to a representative of such- an important public' body : as the Shire Council, and that the case could have been left over for an hour or so- to\pern...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

I ;; ? ! ° '? v ^ 3 ' '_* f (All Bniisk) i l '. .?-.-? ! ? SoEikern Farm amd Station . j o - ? Tumut and Cootamundra. \ i i ? O — 0 — O — O — O — O — 0 — 0 — O — O ? O — O — O — 0 — 0 — 0 — 0 — O — O — O Savings paved the way to victory, and will pave the paths of peace. The Commonwealth 5J per cent. War Conversion Loan is offered to you as a sound investment. The interest is froo of State Income Tax. You may select 6, 11, or 1G year Bonds. 4J per cent War Bonds maturing this year may be converted into these new 5J per cent Bonds immediately. This is an opportunity o£ again saving the nation just as well in ? . peace as in war. Lend to the limit. Applications may he lodged with any Bank or Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office or a member of any recognised Stock Exchange. ' Commonwealth Treasury, EARLE PAGE, Treasurer. Melbourne, 22nd July, 1925. O'Brien's Hall, Tumut ? oOo ? WeaEesday Next, October la FRED C. WHITE PRESENTS HIS FAMOUS COMPANY OF METROPOLITAN ARTISTS IN THE SPARK*...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Graziers' Requests DEPUTATION TO PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Graziers' Requests DEPUTATION TO PREMIER A deputation representing the? Graziers' Association waited on the' Premier, Mr. Lang, on Tuesday, and submitted a number of requests. ?' 6ne was that no Federal or, State, loan should he issued, free Of income tax, ; and : that the income tax -thereon should; be on '-'a flat, and not !a pro-; gressive, rate. , . . . : Another . request was that :all ; firms or ? individuals ? purcnasmg .wool or; sheep skins in country districts ? sho-- uld be ilicensed; and, that ; all pur chases be; reported to the local ;pp-; :liceV' ' \ . '. ;.. ? ???-?-?; .:'-.:;-:Hi-.';-;-¥- ;-?;'.?..',:.! Requests were 'also \made in ?; con-; nection with .the construction of; ? railways for i de'centralisation, 'and /f or! : the development of suitable ' rports' north .and jsouthi of Sydney* : 'f Mr; -Lang promise'd' that the re-;; quests, .which ? contained ' various re-V solutions passed at the recent', con fecence vpf ; the association, would be' considered, and a ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Problems-of-the-Inland ELIMINATION OF DREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Problems-of-the-Inland ELIMINATION OF DREAD. It is not so much the actual sick ness but the dread of what might happen to his wife and family that prevents many an Inlander from hav ing either. Until public support makes possible the building and staf fing of more A.I.M. (or other) Nurs ing Homes the settle nent of the near empty North will remain a dead let ter, or at best proceed at a snail's Dacre. Most critics, when pressed, retire into the citadel of this doctrine: — 'People, especially women and chil dren, should never go into the bush. If they do, then the must just take what's coming to them.' We can appeal effectively only to those Big Australians whose vision! reaches beyond their physical hor izon; and whose conviction is that we must occupy 'our' North with families whose hearts are ruled ; by our sentiments, or see it eventually: allotted to others. To such it is self-evident that, f am-! Hies ruled by our own sentiments; will refuse to occupy Austral'a's; frontiers whi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS & PASTIME CRICKET TUMUT v GILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Sport a Pastime CRICKET TUMUT v GILMORE. The following team will represent Tumut v Gilmore on Sunday after noon next on the Racecourse wic ket :— D. Young, C. Burnett, C. Redford, G. Wilkinson, N. Hawken, J. and E. Nuttall, B. Anderson; B'. Heilmann, M. Downing, Riley, L. Jones and V. Henry.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Annual Methodist Flower Show and Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Annual Methodist Flower Show and Bazaar Rev. MoriceVJ. Blok .-(lion secre tary), Mrs. H. J. Prowse and the. loyal band of workers, principally ladies, arc to be heartily congratula ted on the wonderful success of the recent bazaar, held in the Parish Hall, Adelong on Friday and Satur day last. For a long time previous to the date set down workers were going at their top, organising for their various stalls, and consequen tly great things were anticipated. On Friday afternoon, in the ab sence of Mrs. Sherring, Mrs. George Perkins, in a short but appropriate speech, performed the official open ing ceremony. Rev. G. F. Pyke gave greetings for the success of the 'function. A vote of thanks was mo ved by Mrs. R. H. Prowse to Mrs. G. Perkins, and Rev. Morice J. Blok took the opportunity to ex press his deep thankfulness towards all who in any way had assisted to make the commencement of this church effort possible, and success ful. The little children, under Miss Best, gave a beautiful re...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

THE TURF The famous racehorse Eurythmic, which recently landed in West Aus tralia from the Eastern States for stud purposes, died on Wednesday. Eurythmic's principal races were the Caulfield Cup in 1920, the Sydney Cup in. 1921, the Melbourne Stakes in 1920 and 1921. A.J.C. SPRING CARNIVAL METROPOLITAN DAY Punters started Metropolitan Day (Monday) at Randwick fairly well. Bairn, equal favorite with Valiard in the Shorts, led all the way, to score comfortably from Quixotic, and then Rampion, who was also an equal fav orite in the Breeders' Plate, cleared right out from the other youngsters, passing the post live lengths in front of Ariedon, with Seaplane third. The luck changed with the Metro politan. Bard of Avon, practically friendless at 25 to l,-- finished bril liantly, and won by a length from Frances Tressady, who made a late run, with the last year's winner, Polycletan, in third place. It was a turn-up for the books. The Shorts, 6fur. — Bairn, 9.2 (Munro), 1; Quixotic, 7.3 (M....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"DANCING NANCY" [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

'DANCING NANCY' Something good on Wednesday next in O'Brien's Hall, Tumut, when Fred C . White's famous company of ? metropolitan artists stage, for the . first time : here, the joyous musical comedy, 'Dancing Nancy,' in two acts and three scenes, introducing ?the. latest music, ^songs, dances and choruses. Added . attractions will be the delightful Hawiian musical quar-; tette and ? the ever-popular Cookies' Jazz Band. The scenery and stage effects will be a feature of the pro-: duction. ''Dancing Nancy' strikes; a .refreshingly new note' in musical comedy, but in theme and presenta-; tion, and is chock full of sparkling; novelties that will prove delightful; surprises to theatregoers. . The box: plan is at Potts'; no extra '-.: charge for booking. No doubt the hall will be crowded on Wednesday night next. . .??.'.? , : Miss Florence Tweedie has just; returned from Europe after six; years spent in Paris, studying voice' production under Delmar Heide, and also in Milan with Adele Bo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1925 ANGLICAN. Trinity XVIII [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1925 ANGLICAN. Trinity XVIII All Saints', Tumut. — 8 a.m. (I-r.C), 11. a.m. (Litany and Euch arist. — -''The Example of S. Mich ael), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong — 'Christ- ian Science') . Blowering . — 3 p .m . Tomorroma. — 2.30 . p.m. (Mr. DRANSFIELD). - ? Bombowlee Creek;— f7. 30 p.m. (MR. DRANSFIELD). Talbingo- — Wednesday 14, 8 p.m. REV. T. A. GAIR, ThX., Rector St. Paul's, Adelongv— 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Batlow. — 9 a.m. Mt. Adrah. — 3 p.m.-; REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

TO WOOLGROWERS. S. F. WILKINSON & CO will have a WOOL BUYER in this dis trict at an early date. Intending SELLERS kindly communicate with us. S. F. WILKINSON & CO., Auctioneers and Commission Agents, Tuinut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

TOWN AND COUNTRY. Mr. Tom O'Mara, a Jugiong boy, is now chief legal adviser in the De partment of Labor and Industry. * . * * ? .» . Mr. W. J. Fraser, solicitor, Tu mut, is still confined to his home, but the nice sunshiny weather pre vailing is assisting his improvement in health. ? * ? a Thft World-famous BOOMERANG MOUTHORGANS from 1/6 to 18/6; also ACCORDEONS, 45/— At O'SUL. LIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut. ? » » ♦ Mr. Onions, former partner of the firm of Onions and McMullen, of Adeloug, is at present paying a visit to this town. Since leaving Ade long Mr. Onions has been in busi ness on the Northern Rivers. o ? * * Unfortunately the frosts still con tinue, and as many of the' fruit trees are blooming it is feared that much damage will result to the crop. They arc also having the effect of drying the ground up too quickly. * * * v Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd, wired us on Wednesday : — 'Competition was very brisk at our Sydney wool sales to-day. We sold 9G per cent, of the wool wo ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

METHODIST. Gundagai. — 11 a.m. Tumut. — 3 p.m. Adelong. — 7.15 p.nu Oct.. 12.— Nacki, 7.30.pviil. rev; morice j. blok. 'A. & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated the Adelong argus friday, .october 9, 1925 True to our principles.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MORRIS CAR [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

THE MORRIS CAR The joy of Morris car ownership belongs to Mr. Tom Laird, of the People's Pictures, Tumut, who lan 'ded his job in Tumut on Tuesday last. This latest convert to the British premier .light car is astoun 'ded at its numerous .good -features, not * the loast:of which, quite natur ally as a car-owner, is the trip from Sydney, via i South Coast, on 10 gal .lons of petrol . Although he had never driven a 'gate change' previ ously, .Tonr took: the wheel at Water fall- and brought the, car right home without .any . trouble ?? or ; fatigue , You, Mr. and Mrs. Ileador, can do like wise. Snakes are already beginning to glide out to sun themselves and sev eral have already besn killed. ' * ? ♦ ? .The first payment ot old-ago and invalid pensions on the increased scale ?-was -made, yesterday. The- cost of old-age and invalid pensions has roached £8,000,000 yearly, while war pensions -account for an additional £7,000,000. 'The investigation of a scheme of national insurance against...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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United Friendly Societies' Annual Sports. IN AID OF TUMUT HOSPITAL FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

United Friendly Societies' Annual Sports. IN AID OF TUMUT HOSPITAL FUNDS , ' The fourteen girls in Red Cross uniform in the Tumut United Frien dly Societies' Sports procession on Eight-hour Day were members of tho Mundongo Public School Junior lied Cross Circle. The considerable am ount of trouble they went to was much appreciated. A band of will ing workers from the several friendly ' Society orders managed tho gather ing ; on the Tumut Racecourse. iRo sults of the events : — HORSE GRACING ? MAIDEN -HANDICAP, 3fur.— Ah Kim's High Low,,'9.7, 1; M. Whit ticker's Luella, 9.10,-2; B. Cavan agh's Mary, 8.11, 3. Five starters. ? FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' HANDI- ' CAP, 4fur.— Ah Kim's High Low, 9.7, 1; M. Whitticker's Luella, 9st, 2; J. Whitticker's Prince Kendall, i lOst, 3.. Only starters. \ 'GRAND UNITED HANDICAP, 3 j fur. — A. Whitticker's Playwallah, 10.5, and V. Madigan's Meenah, 8.12, dead heat, 1. In tho run off ! Playwallah won. Seven starters. HIBERNIAN NOVICE HANDI CAP.— High Low, 10...

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THE MOVIE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

THE MOVIE BALL . ' Ninety couples attended the Movie Ball in Mr. Tom Laird's People's^ Pictures Hall at night. The inter ior of the hall was artistically dec orated; ? a dado Tound each wall sus pending scenes of the pictures to be _ screenod at tlie People's Pictures ahead, for which ? advance bookings have been made.. Streamers radia tod from the 1000 candle-power elec-' trie lamp in the centre of the ceil ing, and the stage was ''' bedecked '.- with nalms and foliage. Mr. Fred.' Cripps and Mr. and Mrs Laird being.-, responsible for these. ' The orches-- ' ? tra (Miss Carrjs, Gundagai) -wasV' positioned on the stage, the innova-.:V lion giving better effect ' to theVihu-: sic and was much appreciated by ', ' the dancers. Extras were played by, Mr. -Laird. 'The floor was in -per-, feet ? order,, and everything ?wenti.on merrily to the rhythm of sliding and; gliding feet. Mr. Ern. Elphick did the -floor preparation. A ladies' .committee: provided an excellent sup-' per which was. mu...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

I 0—0— 0— 0— O— -0 — 0—0—0—0 ? . 0 — 0— O— O— 0— 0— 0— 0 — 0 — 0— — . i 9 w^ ? , ? i o- ' ^LEVERp7 I ?J I A Silent ? . - Y - but Loyal Friend { i O Loyalty is a priceless thing. A man has many occasions during q | his life to test and appreciate this characteristic in his friends. I Many times, too, is il found wanting. Not so with an R.J.A. ° I Watch. When you purchase one you acquire a friend for years— T 0 one that is unswervingly staunch, and one that will give abiding o ^ loyalty. It can't do anything else; it's just simply Af\ I - | | built to give it, and does. Prices, from ? T-£/- . O J H F! QSUADT Watchmaker, jF'f ^ ft PL U« ylwI^HI? Tumut M -j- J ° ? 0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0 ? ? o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o O ,- 0—0—0—0—0—0—0 — 0—0—0- — 0—0 — 0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0 ? ? O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) .£ 9 Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). j- I TUMUT. . \ I L .REGINALD DEERY, Proprietor ' I ° C.T.A. HOUSE. 9 | Extensively added to, altered and improved throughout. | O ' 33 lofty and airy...

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