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RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE The State Executive of 111* Kolimi i-d Sohliers' League cannot let this op portunity pass without wishing all the rt'ar veterans in New South Wales Ine freatest measure of happiness and prosperity during the New Year. It .'eels, too, that the league will share :n the general prosperity ,as in ticn lions point to a considerable gain i.n membership. Diggers in every cealro, liig or small, can best show their nridu n the league by boosting their «iib branches, and by encouraging their comrades to join. Tlie traditions of the A.I.F. are embodied in the work of | the League. It is the official mouth piece of the Digger. Its aeliievu /nents are (he natural results of its' power and influence among those who count. It maintains the admiration and respect of the general public be cause it re-cognises and enforces I lie principle that no man shall escape his obligations as a cilizen simply liecau:-e he had been a soldier The League rea ders untiring help to those wh...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

TUMUT PHARMACY 1 j W. J. STABBACK ' ? iV.M'EK COMFORTS— HOT WATER BOTTLES. New Stock Guaranteed for Two Years. ~ Air Seasonable Lines of. 'Cough Mix tures and Patent Medicine in Stock. Large Assortment of Toilet Preparations. . AGENT FOR KODAK PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Urgent Mcdicihe can lie obtained at any hour by applying at Royal Hotel. NOT& ADDRESS: ROYAL 1IOTKL. AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE , LAND FINANCE CO., LTD. ? SVDNEI', AI- VAN CIS MOX 13 i' ON BROAD AC.'R15S. . '. ? KOBJN-SON'S 'COMET' WINDMILLS ARE THE BEST. GANE MILKING IMACIIINES 1I WJK NO SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT. -? . y'X'f ISII UNION AND NATIONAL FRANCE COY— FIRE, ACCI DENT AND LIVE STOCK. jI. S. BIRD & COY. ? SYDNEY. LOCAL AGENTS— Ed. Wilkinson & Son FAT SHEEP ' ARE SELLING AVELL. ' ORDER YOUR TRUCKS. H. W. BAKER Undertaker & Funeral Director CAPPER STREET ? — TUMUT. 'PHONE 02 TUMUT. * NOTICE ^NYONE found Foxhunting or other wise trespassing ou Wyangle or Hondo, Avill .be ;pros-ecuted Avithout rea-...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE COMPANY LIMITED. TUMUT CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

CORRESPONDENCE COMPANY LDIITED. TUMUT CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY (To the Editor.) Sir,— May I ask you to be so good as to publish the following open let ter to the shareholders of the Tnmut Butter Co-operative Dairy Company, Ltd. : — i To the Shareholders, — ? 1 You will shortly re'eei vo' from your Directors a ballot paper in which you will be asked to vote .^v payment to you — or not — of the din doiul of £710/1/5 at 8 per cent on your uharu holdings for. lie year ending 30th, 1024, ' This amount of £70 hart. to be :Up, approximately, ? amongst 10, SOU shares. . .there are approximately 2S4 share holders. I lie largest of Avlioin holds 822 slut r(_x: ? UH'.nuxt ho]-, is 250, the liiild 240. ami the fourth 232. These peo ple will draw approximately £21, £10/10/-, and £15/5/ — which are only small sums, looked at from the point of view of the cost of the cattle in each supplicr-'s dairy. It will at onco bo seen that the groat: number of sup pliers—in fact nearly all of thorn — will , only r...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

? MIR PRINTINr ? A!! Classes of Commercial and Bookwork ? . ? JVJD I I\Ii l 1 lillj ? Neatly & Promptly Executed at this Office ? New Machinery and an up-to-date range of type just installed. i : : : Satisfaction Guaranteed PLUMBING & GASFITTING WORKS RUSSELL .STREET, TUMUT. G. H. Livingstone CERTIFICATED PLUMBER AND' GASFITTER. ^ ^ First' Class Workmanship and Prompt Execution of Orders can be relied upon ' : at all . times. Great Reductions in iron Tanks MATES U 1 Y1!N* FOR AN V Class of large on small i (JOB; . . eLeCtric installations , ATTENDED I'O. - - WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1916 all employers liable. I INSURE YOUR LIABILITY WITH— F.W.TWEEDIE '? LOCAL AGENT FOR TIIE ]' VICTORIA INSURANCE COY. t ' ' ? ? .1 *?. LOWEST RATES ON APPLICATION. J ' 'S.F.S.' FRUIT PICKING BAG { SOMETHING BETTER FOR FRUIT' PICKING AT A LOW COST * POSITIVELY NO BRUISING. 1 CONVENIENT TO /HANDLE * ' t' COMFORTABLE TO 'USEr ' 1 * ? - _iade ofJfo^vy ?.Canvasi anvl.Sioacli'ji'i ? Strapp...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRUNGLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

BRUNGLE NEWS The meeting called on Friday, the | lfltli Dee., for the purpose of formin? a branch of the Agricultural Bureau AA'as Avell attended by residents of the district. Mr. C. C. Crane, R.A., organiser of the Bureau, was present and gave a very .- interesting address 011 mer its to be gained by joining up Avith the movement. ? During the course of his remarks the speaker AA'ent into the' objects for Avhich the bureau was brought iuto be ing, and gave a short resume on the following matters.— The promotion of Agricultural Edu cation. ? V . The promotion of Agricultural, Pas toral, ami kintlre.d industries. The improvement - of local facilities and conveniences, living, and social conditions. The promotion of --Co-operntiA'e buy -g and marketing. . . . At the conclusion of the address the speaker answered various questions put by those present, and was very ex-. Illicit in his exnlnnntlons. On the motion of Messrs. A. Bench seconded by Mr. E, G. Bridle, a henrty vote of thanks ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SINGLETON LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

SiNGIETON LETTER The methods of the Repatriation Department were illustrated in a let ter received liy Patrick Plains Shire Council from Mr. D. Crowley, of P.el ford, in reference to rates due. The writer pointed out that the reason he had not paid Avas that the Repatria tion Department had not kept to their agreement. Avith regard to the advance The only reason that he took the pro position on was that the Repatriation Department 'undertook to finance him. ?lie re:ili.;cd as well as anyone thnt land ',aiu: little use without capital, t'lie t:aij of the advances Avliieh.lie signed wcr'j full face value to be paid o» all improvements effected 011 the areti. For a commencement the -De- j parUneut paid olt Dint basis, but they had since introduced a system of r.nv. ! ing half value, AVhich atnouutcd to gij: ing a liiiin a job at half price. The Dj|L partnient advanced hila £100 to - buy t-ows last year, Avhen lie had the :i: r -*5.' fortune to strike the AVorst spring 011 record, resul...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HURLEY—NAUGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

HURLEY — NAUGHTON Very Rev. Fr, Sharkey, 1\L\ at the Roman Catholic Church, Tumut, on Tuesday last, performed tlie eer&no'iy of nuirriago Ijetween .^Ir Percy J. Hur ley, of the Sydney City Council cleri cal staff, eldest son- of Mrs. Ilurlej-j of Cremonic, -and Miss Annie Elizabeth eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Naughton, of. 'The Poplars, ' Gilmore, Nuptial Mnsfi was eelebrated, The -livitle,, who was attired in jnaslie marq;. euin, hat eh Jiiiitu, anil her bi'ii.lesJnaid wnsj . Mi*} Aghea Naughtoh (isUiet) weai'lhg1 mauve georgette, The best mail wns Mr, J. AV Naughtoih The iv ? (eption wr.s 'held at Caddy's llotei. The tallies were nirei.v; decorated by Mrs Caddy and Airs. McOreyor, and ? laden with many delicacies. In the ee-'.tre was a three-decker wedding calce. tlie pi'odnet of Mr. .las. Cooper's establishment. Rev Kr Sharkey presid ed at II:.- wedding preaK fast iin-.i pro posed the health of tlie bride and bridegroom tlie latter i-espou'dint: and proposing the...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

SECOND DAY. SECOND ^FLYING HANDICAP, 5 j fur. — Derby Mite (George) 1; Agitator j (Blacknian), 2; Rosebex (Vitnell) 3. Time,. 1.7. .? -- MAIDEN HANDICAP, fl fur.— Cool Pan (Green), 1; Donnio Ryric (Black man), 2: Sparkling Ways (Lees), 8. Time 1.24 nnil 4-5ths. jl TOWN PLATE, lm.— Sans Pareil ] (George) 1; Walthnni (Blacku^u)' 2; | Mallwovtliy (Eyvell) 8, ; SECOND TH1AL HANDICAP 5 fur. — Walibia (Perry) 1; Lord Gaby (Lea hy) 2; Itoyal Feather (Green), 3. NEWMARKET HANDICAP, 6fur.— Derby Mite (Perry) 1; Roseshot (George) 2; only starters. 1 FAREWELL HANDICAP, 7 fur.— Magic Ointment (Blaekman), 1; 'El Soult (Stephen) 2; Cooliform (Vitnell) 13. (A protest by rider of El Soult against rider of Matflc Oiutm'eiifc v?a» dismissed.) ? i _ j

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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CLARKSON—SUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

CLARK, SON— SUTTON. The marriage of Mr. Cyril Vivien Clarkson, postal assistant Tumut, to - Miss lilva Myrtle Sutton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sutton, wiis cele brated by Rev. Crowther-Smitli ill the Presbyterian Church, Tumut, on De cember 20. Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson -ake up their residence at liondi.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Adelong Races [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

Adelong Races OPENING HANDICAP, of £15, Ofur 1 — B Welsh's Waltliani, 8.2 (Black mail), 1; G Mouat's Rambling George, 7st. (Leahy.) 2., Only starters. Time l.23i, MAIDEN PLATE of £10 ; 5 fur.— W. .1. Prowse's Miss Adelong, S.10 (IJ. Stephen ), 1; E. Power and S. Angel's '.parkling Ways, 8.12 (Lees), 2; E. H. Slade's Minnie Tonka, S.3 (George), 3. Other starters: God Trout 8:12, Cool Pan S.12 Donnie Ryrie S.10. ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB HANDI CAP. of £30, lm. 200 yds.— E. 11. Slade's Ada Keroo, Sst (George). 1 ; j ,T. Nuttall's Maltwortiiy Sst. (Perry), 2: J. Broughton's Sans Pareil, '.0 (Blaekmuu) , 3.' Straiglitstitch 7st.. was the only other starter. FIRST TRIAL HANDICAP, of £10 ; Cfur— 11. Last's Lord Gaby, S.4 (Lea hy), 1 ; Mrs. .T. Darwon's Royal Feath er 7.7. (Green), 2; Allen and Key's Magie Ointment 7.4 (Blackmail), 3. Lady Yalido S10, Sybrow 7.9, Walibi ? 7.5 and Curnallu 7.3 also ran. FIRST FLYING HANDICAP, of £15, r-fur. — E. Conway's Exchange, ,9st. (George), 1: II. Rudd's Der...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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ROSETTA—MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

KOSISTTA— MOON. At the Presbyterian Church, Tumut, an December 27, Rev. A. Crowtlier Smitli united in the 'holy bonds of niat ? imony, Miss Annie Isabel Moon, .laughter of Mrs. Sarah M. Moon, of Milson's Point, with Mr. Arthur AVil ii.u.-i Rosefta, son of Mr. and Mr?. , William II. Rosetta, of Lacmalac. Af ter !he ceremony a reception was held at the residence of .Mr. W. II. Rosef ta, lilowering Road, where about. 50 guests sat down to the wedding breakfast.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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MARSHAL—GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

MARSHALL — GORDON. A quiet, wedding was solemnized by' Rev. II. J. Velvin at Tunibarumlm ou Tuesday, 23i'd December, between Miss Lizzie. Gordon of Tumbarumba, and Mr. Hugh Marshall, of Wondalga, Adelong.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

Auction Sale S F WILKINSON & COY AVill Hell by Public Auction 011 SATURDAY, JANUARY, 10 M COMMERCIAL HALE YARDS, nt 2.30 p.m. 70 Head of Cattle, comprising cows A calvcs and young cattle, all cold country bred. ?- ALSO 600 Mixed Sheep, comprising Ewes, Lambs, and Wethers, sold in small lots to suit buyers , S. F. WILKINSON & COY. MILITARY SPORTS To be Held 011 TUMUT SHOW GROUND FEBRUARY 4th, 1925. in aid of , A. & P. ASSOCIATION. Watch for Programme inter date. RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAIL ORS' IMPERIAL LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA, TUMUT SUB BRANCH. The ANNUAL MEETING of the above Sub-branch will be held in the Shire Hall, Tumut, 011 THURSDAY, 8th JANUARY, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS. (1) Minutes of last Annual Meet ing. (2) Annual General Report und Balance-sheet. (3) General Business. (4) Election of Officers for 1925. F. DALY, Hon. Sec. ~ K. M. WATT Professional PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER, etc. QUALIFIED MUSICIAN. ' Taking charge Tumut District Band during month of January. All -...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

V1CTOBJA IJVSSJItANCE .COY. liimited. -RISKS TAKEN FUR- ' BUILDINGS AC'ClDKNT PLATIXiLASS I.IVK-JTOCK AND IlAV.STAClvS OR ( ROl'S ? NOW IS THE TIME TO K\SL'];'l UROOD MARE.-D. Agent: F. W. TWEKDIII. PRESERVE EGGS that will POACH, BOIL or FRY ...The . only really perfect Egg Preaerver U OVO. In other States It is a household word. .It is simple to use aad gives results not obtainable from the use of any other prepara» tion. 'OVO' STANDS ALONB. Every Storekeeper in the State can obtain supplies ? for you through any Wholesale Grocery House 0r Newcastle. ** Eggs put away in t. turn out perfect aad may be poached, boiled p or fried— they will also whip*up like new-laids. 'OVO' your Eggs now and m secure winter supplies. Insist upon 'OVO.' r^U^ior 'OVO' leaflet to ASSOCIATED BROKLKS LTD., 61 Market Street, Sydney. [Magic numbersIvsS 2 Gamas, 4 Puzzles & -6 Tricks in. a Box WllX ENTERTAIN BOTH CHILDREN & GROWN-UPS Amu^mcnl for. a roomful of people b Villained in^ tilis Wnn...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

01 a | I 'I £-? E m 14 1 a a 0 tu Q, - t V': 1 The Theatre that sets the ; Stasstimrd ? , * wed, rr a TsT y. * ?* . , -' -f .'. ? / ? . ? * . x ? - ' ? _J__ ? ? ? - ' .- ? . '- I There was but one avenue of es- ICeonan caps—a mad race down the water , f$ ? t' j. l^V flume on a giant log while the Present d ^JStOScJI, &SI&Q. Special |Sgj)j ?* Jjt&jriarquerfte ! ji flames licked at their feet end death Q ^ ajjjjjUr - ^TTIoife || lurked ct every turn. ~ ( : .: .' 4k. ftca'rs ' ?1^ iwmmmm — pF7 MA^a^T£^mmrr£, A Andaman 'Hearts to . What a Drama!- What a setting for a tale of. breathless suspense and undying devotion of _ man for wpman and. the struggle, of pride . aijd blue-bloocl against the unleashed fury of The story of an uncouth boy taken from his Kentucky hills and' given the place of a rich man's son because the real son is a waster. - ' Then the brotherhood of hate between them — a|. hate fanned' to death dealing fury when both ; ? love tone girl — from c...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

QUALITY -.v / ; v..'/'-: DRINKS For the H&t W®ather ? Aera.tecf ?* Waters ' .???'✓. ':?? .' v- ???.:? ?''???? .'???? -,- -.. LEMONADE C /- a dozen. GINGER ALE, G/l a doz. , GING15U BEEIl, 6/- si doz. _ ,.. ? ^ 1 - x ( y ^ SAIiTO, G/- a doz. . , s'' SODA WATER, 3/- a (lo/. ^ -v ' BOTTLES 2/- DOZ EXTRA, WHICH WILL BE REFUNDED IF .BOT TLES RETURNED IN GOOD ORD ER. . / . , * *7 & % ^yft £ *! & *?-'£] ''j - ? w'*M H jThTwoHdFamous 1 1MSSM) | | Holder of the |j | highest distinction | 5 f°r clean skimming a 3 and | S general ', | construction ^ PI ^ Cleaning | Jill Turning j IA I1 1*1 WHY tolerate losses J when the DiabolO can | increase your profii+^and || enable you to produce | better results. p The perfectly balanced j Ijiabolq bpWi prevents S loss of valuable butter 1 Liberal terms arrmnjeil j: B Write for liookkl and prices j j Diabolo Separator Co. | J Limited C. I 431b KENT ST., SYDNEY | 'g'-*. r, W. TWEEDIE, _ ' Machinery .Agent, 1, k; : '£vum\ . i.; i': ....

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

ABOVE AL Ia Tuesday. January 6 ||| I '^{lli! ? ,^S-^--$--S--S--$-«--S-^$--S-5S--£--$--$i-$--$-^««®^$--$^^ - : ir&A-^ rA- .1 // '\ **? -Si rp-/' .????- ^ y Also— ' ? \ ? ^ MISCABKIED l'LANS'' ' (Western IfAffrtA^ ^JOSEPH HENABERY.^/ J \ .. ^ ^ ~~~~~. ? BIITY OOMPSON, RICHARD D1X Travelogue and Gazette. N '; te^SSTOHEJrUUY MARSHAifc ) T ^'he^niatakeof ' -£^sS--S--s--S-^^-^$«®-^--S«$«S-^^^-S-^--^$--$^-£--^- 'The '(ran?- ^ 1& -^^-$-^--^S^ . ftJ' For hero ? picture you'll i«-aSfegH MW&V , rraiie to Uie akyt ' ' 'iijffi i j -I ' .. Tho Wonde^ Abb* PEassS ABSORBS M0XW?»?r^tf £rOM VTKE Air. tOVELY FEATHERY FROMOs til? FRESH 5 P:.^: No Soli, -No %te;'.' No Ctf&'J -®xs Charmingly foecorativc -£* a/6 /f the Home. / \ Complete in Hanging ../ .11 Basket, as illustrated, for TfeffikSpi HALF-A-CROWN securely packed and sent post free to any address. TSfiCORATITE Flaotc. auch m fcrni. * palm*, Ac., icon loie their atirac* wTf tire frfuhnei* when kept In the honia, 9 ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

SECOND DAY. . SECOND HURDLE RACE, of £30, -i miles. — O. T. Young's Bygaloree, 10.;') (JleNamara), 1; J. Kelly's Tain, 10.7 (Kelly), 2: 13. Nuttall's. ' Lord Positano, 9 st. (Breasley), 3. Fitzreve ., also started. Won easily. Win ner. 0 to 4 011. Time, 4.29 and S-'itlis .MAIDION HANDICAP, £10; 0 fur. .0. E. BoulTler and W. Waite's Nurcd lm, 8.10 (George), 1; W. Townsend's Bonnie Ityrie, Sst. (Blackmail), 2: .1. Holder's Jack Faunt, Ost. (Leahy), !1. Good Trout, S.2 and Miss Adelong, Sst., also ran. Winner (J to 4 on. Won . cry easily. Time 1.10 and 4-5ths. XMAS HANDICAP, of £30 1 in.— F. G. Kerry's Branlc 8.10. (Perry), 1; J. .Vutull's Maltwortiiy, Sst. (Green), 2; II. Slade'a «Vda Kei'oo, 7.12 (Wat i--on),3. Oilier starters : Roserfbot, !st. Won by a lieek. Winner 2 to 1 in. Time 1.42 and 3-uths. FLYING HANDICAP of £25, C fur. -II. Rudd's Derby Mite, 7.12 (Vitnell) I; E. Stoekwell's Lunar Rose, S.7 (Mc Kinnon) 2: W. J. Prowse's Kl Soult 7.9 ( Watterson) , 3. Agitator, 7.10, &a...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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WEDDINGS IBBOTSON—COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

: WEDDINGS IHltOTSON — COOPER. A pretty wedding was celebrated ai the Prsbylerian Church, Tumut, on New Yoiir's Day when Uev. Orowthoi' Snulli. joinod towMhor in matrimony Miss .lean Criii^' Coopei', oldest clnilgh ((-!? ot' '.Mr. mid Mrs. Jas. Cooper of Uusscll-strcot, Tunnil, witli Mr. lCdgnr llilKitsnn second son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland llihoslon, oC Nowtomi. The bride, who was led to the altar on the arm of her father while' Mv. %Ccilh Weeden iiresided at the or.can, wore .urey crepe de eliene, hat to match, and carried a lionipicl: of hlue hydranye:) The bridesmaids were Miss Jessie Coop er (sister of the bride), attired ill bin-.'- ^ceri^'tte and taffeta, black hat, and carrying a bouquet: ol' lilue iiydransea. and Miss Dot Ibbolstm (sister of tlie Iiride.srooin (gowned in liink cashmere I de soie and jieor.nette, holding a bouquet of hydrangea. Jlr. Ray Ibbotson ivas best man, and Mr. Ciarrie lbiiotson groomsman. After (lie ceremony the iiridal party and guests repaired to tin...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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SPORTING Tumut Races FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 6 January 1925

SPORTING Tumut Raccs FIRST DAY. i-'in«x n u in -j .io rack, of jc:;o, 2i | lniloH. — .J. Kclly'.s Tain, 10.1, 1 ; U. ?.oa.»er'8 Fitzrevi*, Ost., 2,. Bygalorco oiiinc in lii'st, but IohI U10 Miuldlc cloth uud drew short weighl. Tin-c, 1.2S. .MAI DEN PLATE, of £10, 5 fur.— Moi-il'h AViililiia, 8.12, 1 ; J. Holder's Jack Kaunt, Ost., 2; JO. II. .Slade's Miu ulo Tonka, 7. Hi, Time, l.U and U-fitllH. IiOXlXU I)A Y IIANDICAI' of £.'.0. lm. — K. II. Shale's Ada Kcroo, 7.1 (Perry), J; J. Nuttall'w Maltwortiiy, 7.2 (Perry) 2. Lunar Ko.se, 8.11, was .lie only oilier to faee the hnrrier, but ?vhen it rose she turned round and went he other way. Time, 1.44. .SHOUTS HANDICAP, G fur.— Ex ?hangc, 7.1.',, 1; Agitator, 7s t, 2: JOi ?Soult, 7.2., o. Other starters: Itose 4u-t 8st., Itosebex, 7.10, Gooyong 7st. iSelting: Evens winnei-. Divs., 0/0, !/-. Time, I lain. 1.' sees. FIRST TRIAL HANDICAP,' II furs. 1 — Lard Uaby, 7.H, 1 ; Der'ny Mite, J; .Magie Oiuiinent, 7sl., K. Other st.ii'ters: Lady Yalid...

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