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

'A. &T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1925 True to our principles.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

BARBOUR ft SOWS MOTOR GARAGE AND ENGINEER ING WORKS. WYNYARD-STREET, TUMUT. Agents for Nash and Rugby Cars. GENERAL REPAIRS EXECUTED. Cars and Motor 'Bus for Hire, day or night. 'Phone, Garage 44, or Priv. Res. 103 -V . DUQ^CTGKSr j The AlLy^gjfp^^rmsh LIGHT CAR NOW FROM £275. N.SAV. Apcnts: LINCOLN MOTOR CAR COY. 245 Elizabeth Street, Sydney &- v 334 Hunter Street, Newcastle ' Agents wanted in towns where we are not represented — n — » — - — ? ? ? ? ? ? | ON ? 1 j I BALLOON ..(TYRES i 1. | as on all J | others j j the name j | GOODYEAR ? ] stands for supreme j l t j quality and depend- j ? | ability. j I See ??your '? Good-year Dealer . I .? t ? ? ? ? I [ ? :: to communicate with r' jj I 3 SPRING STREET, SYDNEY jj ?I Telephone: B6615 H jj and Investigate an jj jj Oxidation Sewerage jj | System jj j| and thereby lessen the risk of jj H fit sickness h ? ; ^?wThe Wonder£ul wv sCiidto© €!©£%. ?: 5 © (SIZE 10x7) *3 'J Jj has been welcomed into thousands of Aus- jj* _ jC tralian ...

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

TO WN AND COUNTRY Intending candidates for seats' on the Gadara Shire Council are .remin-: ded' 'that their .nomination papers; r properly prepared;.. signed and- attes ted,; must, reach the returning officer, Mr. C.- E. /Jensen. Shire , Clerk, by; ' 5 Vp : m . on .'Thursday.; next, ; November,' 5, in order, ;to^be, valid. It would, be advisable ' for - candidates , to ? submit their nomination papers - for, scrutiny by- Mr . . Jepsen before formally, hand ing the in to hini;as returning officer. This will ensure rectification of any informality' so far as the preparation nf tlio TinminnHnn nnnor in : ? .. ? The Old-time' Ball in |0'Grady's Hall, Adjungbilly, on ; Saturday 'night was a splendid affair; ? '-'Over 60 cou ples 'were present peoplo coming from all the surrounding centres, i Messrs . Jones, Marsh and Hetliering ton- violined! and accbrdioned, andi the music by tlieso slashing old-time play ers' was; pronounced 22-carat. Never heard better ' was t the ? pronouncement of t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Local ami. General. A woll-lcnown pastoralist and Tum barumba Shire Councillor, Mr. C. Boyde McLeod, died at his residence, at Tumbarumba, on Saturday. e * « a Protect ..your c.vcs from dust ami I glare of the sun. Goggles and Smoked Glasses for every purpose. — II. D. SMART, Watchmaker and Jeweller, T umut. 9 * '» ? The death occurred on Saturday of Mrs. Augusta Altmann, at her resi dence, 'Briardale,' near Wagga, at the age of 73 years, after a long ill ness. ' .A * » » * A list .of polling places- for the Hume Division at the Federal elec tions on November 14 appears in this issue. From it it will be seen that Ravine has been abolished and Blow ering West and Wagragobilly are newly appointed polling places. * * * ? Mrs. A. Wilkie Watson, wife of the proprietor of the ADELONG AND TUMUT EXPRESS and TUMUT TTMFK. hns sn fiir r.nn vnlesnprl nTtpr her two operations, eight and six weeks ago respectively, that she was on Sunday able to leave Sister. Stuc- key's Icasia Private Hospital, ...

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

BRUNGLE NEWS A start was made last Friday with the Schools Tennis Tournament, when a team from the Gundagai School, met the locals on the Brungle Club's court. Keen interest was displayed by the players, and, without in any way detracting from the meritorious win of tho visitors, the local girlies have never been seen to play such rotten tennis. The visitors on the day shone in all departments of tho game and they have in the. Home boys the making of two splendid lit tle players, who would be capable of giving some of the elder players a hard tussle in a pairs match. Of the girls, Miss Phillips has a good style and is the better of the ladies pair, whilst the_ other two boys did their share in upholding the honor of the school. Of the locals all did their best, but are- capable of better' effort. On Saturday the locals go to Nangus. » * # » On Sunday last the local players journeyed to Wagra and tried ? con clusions with the local wielders of the racquet, and after a most pleas ant ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUGE 15th CENTURY BATTLE FLEET BUILT [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

HUGE 15th CENTURY BATTLE FLEET BUILT Representing the' largest naval in vestment and- one . of the most pic turesque undertakings of its kind ever recorded in / motion picture his tory, a fleet - of ;:five - large vessels of the sixteentn century ; type was uuut ?by Frank Lloyd, -producer-director, for this production o£ .Rafael Sab atini's 'The Sea .Hawk,' the First National . mammoth ? tlireatrical at traction at the ' People's Pictures, Tumut, on Friday, November '? l^.J As many ; of the scenes in -'The iwnwir' tnkf- Tiinr.fi on the high seas and during the rainy season, these vessels had to be made seaworthy and equipped with motor power, and those participating- in tho action had some exciting experiences at sea be fore tho film was completed.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

C5 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0 0—0— 0—0— 0— 0— 0— 0-- 0—0— o 0 I THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES, \ j (O'BRIEN'S HAL.L) T i future ? I ^SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3% { © STAU NO 1.— * ^ © 'I WANT MY MAN!' 'I WANT MY MAN!' | I 'I WANT MY MAN!' 'I WANT MY MAN!' C © | | Milton Sills and Doris Kenyon. -Don't fail to see this wonderful pic- ^ Q ture, with two first-class artists, supported by- a wonderful cast. Revela- j q Hons without number, Drama to touch , your heart, and all of it blending | I in fascinating entertainment. G © ? ? ? ? ? _ I ' ? ? O O NO 2. — . I | 'THE COME BACK' . : 'THE COME. BACK' © 9 From 'Flying Fists,' another of those beautiful - stories, featuring ^ © Bonnie Leonard, the world's champion. boxer. 'Don'tmiiss any of these | I complete stories. | ? j NO 3. — 'ROUGH AND READY,' a Screaming. Comedy. © © 'BIRD OF PARADISE' and GAZETTE. ^ Q In all a Beautiful Programme. ^ 0 I | Don't Forget November *13. — -''THE SEA HAWK' © © I 1 T. Laird, | | Proprietor O'Brien's Hall, Tumut. © ° {)...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut's Monster Musical Festival Concluding Sessions. Crowning Success. Final Concert. An Epoch in Tumut's History Annual Competition Hereafter. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Tumut's Monster Musical Festival ' IfcrowiiloD^: Sqdc©©®ss- ? , ???' Final Concert An Epoch m Tumni's History. . :J - Annual Competitions Hereafter. , GLORIOUS WEATHER PREVAILED THROUGHOUT THE FESTI VAL SEASON AND PROCEED. INGS WERE CONDUCTED TO A HAPPY CONCLUSION WITHOUT A HITCH. THE SPLENDID HARMONIOUS CO-OPERATION OF THE COMMITTEE WAS A DOM INATING FEATURE AT EVERY SESSION. THE CHORAL SECTION ON SATURDAY NIGHT PROVIDED A PROGRAMME WHICH WAS RAPTUROUSLY RECEIVED BY A VAST AUDIENCE. EXCITEMENT WAS EVIDENT IN EVERY FEATURE, BUT WAS WELL CONTROLLED UNTIL THE ADJUDICATOR PRONOUNCED HIS DECISION WHEN, AFTER A PAUSE OF BREATHLESS SILENCE, PENT-UP EMOTIONS WERE RELEASED IN STORMSOF APPLAUSE. WAGGA HAD APPROPRIATED THE LAURELS OF THE EVENING THE FESTIVAL WAS BROUGHT TO A CLOSE ON TUESDAY EVENING BY A CONCERT, THE PROGRAMME OF WHICH INCLUDED ITEMS RENDERED BY THE ADJUDICATORS AND COMPETITORS. THE ADJUDICATOR PAID AN ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO THE JOINT SECRE. TARIES AND THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY MORNI...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

PRESBYTERIAN. Tumut .—10 a : m . i (Sunday School) , 7.30 p.m. (Divine Worship). Gundagai.— ^11 a.m. Brungle. — 3 p.m. - ? Communicants' - Glass : in.- vestry ? of tho church, Saturday 4 p.m. REV. A. CROWTHER' SMITH.'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1925 ANGLICAN. (All Saints' Day) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1925 ANGLICAN, i (All Saints' Day) All church people are asked to recognise the 45th yearly. Remem brance -of the Dedication 'of , All Saints' Church.;. All Saints', Tumiitv— 8 -a.m. (Holy Communion), 11 a.m. (Eucharist. Preacher The -Rector of h Adelong), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong. The Rector. Soloist: Miss .'Mary-, Gair) . Gilmore ?? — . m .- ??-(Mr;- . G: E . IVlal 1.111 ) ? -s'- f ... ?. V Gocup.— 3 ;p.m. ; (Rector) . * Bombowlee Creek. — 7.30 p.m. (Mr . Martin) . . : REV. ' T.' A. GAIR, : Th.L., * ? - Rector St. Paul's, Adelong.— 9 a.m. and 1. 30. p.m; . . Shepardstown . — 11 a.m. Tumblong. — 3, p.m. - REV. . G. F.l-P YK-E, Rector. :?

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Train Time-Table Alterations [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Train Time Jable Alterations As from October 25 the time-tables for several country trains from Syd ney have been altered. The Tumut section and 'through' carriages are now attached to the South-west (Nar. irandera) train, which leaves Sydney at .10.25 p.m., arriving at Cootamun dra at 7.12 p.m. The Tumut and ;Batlow train leaves Cootaniundra at 7.35 a.m., and on Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays (passenger only) reaches Tumut at 10.50 a.m., departing again at 2.35 p.m. ; and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (mixed goods and passenger) at 12.15 p.m., departing at 4 p.m. A number of passengers to embark at the 'Sydney end got to the Central Station , on Sunday and Monday nights last in time to catch the usual 8.10 p.m. outgoing, and were obliged to wait there guarding their luggage until 10.25. Country folk in parti cular should note the alterations. The Tumut train does not now go to Cootamundra West. Passengers ob tain refreshments on the up and dowrr journeys at Cootamundra old...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EASY TERMS AND THE BANK BALANCE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

EASY TERMS AND THE BANK BALANCE No one can fail to notice that some distributors are offering cars on terms which seem at variance with ordinary canons. The man whose bank-book and income-tax form tell him that he can afford to buy and run a car is well advised to take ad vantage of the generous terms offer ing, but others who can see by a sim ple process of calculation that their monthly income will not allow them to pay off instalments and at the same time meet running repairs and expenses, should not, because of the smallness of the initial payment, be induced to buy a car which to them will prove a worry and a white ele phant. %

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

O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut. has again been appointed an agent for Peter's Famous Ice Cream for the coming season.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

'^'^1 ' ' SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT Dodge Brothers ; 'motor, car - ' : A family vehicle in the best sense of the word. * Economical t.o own, easy to drive, comfortable to ride in, and smartly equipped with « - many attractive features. Australian Seven-Seater Touring £ 385 Australian Standard Touring . . £.305' « Australian £333 Standardised Morons Limited;! ? - j. ? 252 CASTUEAEAGH STREET, SYDNEY r ASSOCIATE DEALER A. B. HOGAN TUMUT ! c™, ' I Roputotif n | Is what pe- p'.a I II | Suppose ltlob- II I j hfyl I lly' | ! One's Cti sroctep » ' V i fei . ' 'ij j Is what p aople have w. ? ? Bjj _ ! Proved it to bs. I ^ s I kismkl | Hearne's ?; 1 Bronchitis - t r«re Jf^vk- mwr « J Enjoys both an Excellent iDsWr' 91 j Reputation and an . 1 ^ H j Irreproachable Charaoter. | q J Personal Recommendation . ' iff 111 ' || ! Is the Best Advertisement, uy a . | end that Is why Hearne's 1 ? has been at the Top 'Wz® f ?« | ot the Tree for ao many | ! Hearne's#!' \ ? \ BRONCHITIS CURE...

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DEVELOPMENTS WHICH INTER. EST THE MAN ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

DEVELOPMENTS WHICH INTER. EST THE MAN ON THE LAND Things are moving quickly in the development of motoring at present and tl ere is no telling what each month will briug forth iu the w»y of some new and at times revolutionary improvement. One Australian engi neer into whose sanctum we found our way a couple of weeks ago, has effected radical improvements in the design of the two-stroke engine. It is common knowledge that one of tho great difficulties with a two-stroke engine is to secure good idling and power output at low revolutions. By tho attaching of a special vacuum fan in the exhaust outlet the man in question has managed to increase engine officicncy and to prevent the excessive dilution of the incoming charge; due to unevacuated exhaust gases. The engine gave an excellent demonstration and the expert is now starting on the building of a three cylinder unit. Victorian farmers have been impressed by a demon stration recently given by a firm of Continental importer? of a Diese...

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Weekly Notes HAS GLARE PROBLEM BEEN SOLVED? TESTS WITH REMARKABLE INVENTION OF A BRISBANE SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

Weekly Motes HAS GLARE PROBLEM BEEN SOLVED? TESTS WITH REMARKABLE IN VENTION OF A BRISBANE SCIEN TIST. Many and different are the patents and devices which have been produ ced for overcoming those headlight troubes which are the bane of every motorist. Before entering into a description of the invention now un der notice it will be of interest to re vise some of the difficulties which experimenter after experimenter has sought to overcome. To secure pro per illumination of the road by the headlamps of the car it is essential first of all to have strong light and secondly to project that light at such an angle that it will illuminate the highway a safe distance ahead. It is, for instance, of little service to have bright lamps if the beams are thrown on to the road so close in front that the driver has no time to pull up be tween sighting an obstacle and reach ing it. On the other hand, the ele vation of the light to an angle which avoids this immediately incurs ano ther trouble, the...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Miss Preston-Stanley at Tumut [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

MLf s Preston-Stanley at Tumut | Last Monday night Miss Peston Stanley, tho only lady member in the Legislative Assembly, spoke from the Post Office steps, Tumut, to a large audience. In forceful oratory tho speaker dealt fully with the This was one o£ the most critical periods in the history of this young country; and yet there are those who declare no danger is apparent. But Miss rreston-Stanley had no hesi tancy in saying there was a serious menace in tho Red elements which were eating into the Labor Unions of tho country, and she was quite prepared to substantiate her state ments. In N.S.W. there wero three great wings of the Labor move ment — the A.L.P., the A.W.U. and the Labor Council, livery one or these bodies has affiliated with the Red forces of the world under the control of Russia. These organisa tions are led by a party of asses — ? 'A party of asses led by a lion would achieve better success than a party of lions led by asses.' In Russia, the home of Communism, no pro...

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

NICK HAWKEN, Central Refresh ment Rooms, caters for wedding breakfast and picnic and other part ies, and guarantees every satisfaction.

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

la TO STAND THE SEASCTN ~ = AT'MT. ADRAH, ? 11 Miles from Adelong, 40 Mile8 from Wagga, At; E. J. O'Dwyer's Property, FARR ? FARR : (22), imported, brown horae, ? bred in England in 1920, by Fariman v (winner of £5300 and son of Gallin !r°m Dame Pertelote, by Chau cer (sire of Stedfast, winner of £26,363) from Dark Veil, by Veles (winner of £14,961) from Dark Ducli . ess (half-sister to the dam of Hou nam), 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), Ijy Hagioscope from Grand Duchess (half-sister to ?Itosebery 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 PU...

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

Opemsag- cement Til® YfiiEJBDQD'Cfc Wynyard-st, Tumut . Mrs Hilliard WILL OPEN THE ABOVE CAFE IN THE SHOP OCCUPIED BY EL. PHICKS Durmg. Early fWeimibeFo The Erice-Page Government Stands For An effective Air Force A Fighting Navy Sick and Unemployment Insurai Es(sy Loans for Home Building Motherhood Endowment Uniform Working Hours Better Foreign Markets Control of Your Own Union Industrial Peace.. Tax Reductions A Fully. equipped Army . ..' Munition Factories nee More Main Roads -Standard Guage Railways Imperial Preference Stabiliser Industries . More Land for Sheep. raising Freedom from Red Menace Commonwealth Oil Wells Improved Public Services -IN SHORT SECURITY AND PROSPERITY ' GIVE YOUR VOTE TO THE BRUCE. PAGE MAN ? FOR THE HUME Vote 1 CAMPBELL, ANGUS FOR THE SENATE FIVE VOTE:— ? 1 Cox, 2 Duncan, 3 Greene, 4 Thomas, 5 Abbott, And then G, 7, 8, 9, 10, the nu)xt five Candidates in your own order of preference. —Authorised by ARCHDALE PARK HILL, National Association, 25 York street,...

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