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OUR TELEGRAMS IN GERMANY. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 13 January 1925

OUR TELEGRAMS INGERMANY. LONDON, Jan.- 11. Tho Berlin Nationalists tabled a motion demanding President Ebert's immediate resignation.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 13 January 1925

i | BREVITIES. Picnic parties nnd others are ad vised to be on tho alert against the starting of bush .fires. A- lighted match, carelessly dropped, Is often tho cause— at this time of year particu larly — of creating great havoc to grass country and crops. Care, therefore, in this respect, is essential. Tunibavumba Races : — ; First day (Thursday)— Hurdle race, Bygaloree; Maiden Plate, Benasca; Flying Il'cap, Exchange; Tumbarumba Cup, Wal tham; Final Il'cap, Curnalla; Welter, All Fight. Second Day — Ilnrdlje, Crown Sign; Maiden, Minnie Tonka; Railway Il'cap Waltham; Town Plate, Valiife; Novice Il'cap. Curnalla; Fare well, Kumalong. ' The Globe Hotel, Tumut, is about to change hands the new proprietor be ing. Mr. W. P. Linkenbagh, of Bate man's Bay. During Mr. Jack Bris tow's term, the hotel has been built up to a good business concern. Mr. Bristow will be greatly missed next football season. He goes back to his old home iiT Victoria. While .working 'with Mr. South well's . chaff-cut...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHERS AT FAULT. FINED FOR USING TWO HOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

FISHERS AT FAULT. FINED FOR USING TWO HOOKS. Quite a number of errant fishermen; were before Mr. .1. B. Gibson, P.M., at tlie Wagga Police Court; on Monday. The offence in each charge was that they used more than one hook on their fishing lines. The water in the river in the vicinity of the town is really a sanct.uray, but fishing is allowed pro vided only one hook is used on each line. The defendants umbered in all just two dozen and a regular proces sion filed into and out of the court for the best part -}of an hour. A ?number of the defendants took pro ceedings in a spirit of levity and broad smiles showed on their faces. There were probably more fishing storeis told yesterday than on December 0 & 7, the days on which the fishing en thusiasts wc.re 'nabbed'. Most of those charged pleaded guilty aud witness fees. Some had actually used two lilies each, with two hooks, and one man pleaded guilty to hav ing used four lines in this manner. For this lie was fined 10/- in addit...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS FOR FLAPPERS WHAT NOT TO BE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

TIPS FOR FLAPPERS WHAT NOT TO BE. A set o £ rules recently compiled for American ilappcrs might possibly ap ply to Australian girls of tho same type : — , Don't be afraid of chocolates. Take one or two before breakfast. Do nothing all the morning and then rest. . Don't be a household drudge. Dance oil ^.S.vl.l- .. Don't walk much. What's his mo tor car for? Don't worry about your looks. Other - people will do that. Don't listen to what the old folks say. You've heard it before. ! Don't say 'thank you' to a tired, man iu the train if he gives you his scat. Say thank you if he doesn't, aud watch him wriggle. Mi's., Bumtocii-Kell, 2te, O1. Amid' son, anil Miss Ecxyl Wmi, Tim co»x- mitteu m'(j grateful to Mr, and Sirs, Anderson for use of cottugo, aud .Mr. Thatcher for use of ground!:. Itevs. Gail* and Johnson ? attended sports 'and concert and rendered great assistance. Mrs. N, S. Archer was i stage manager, and obliged with a ! song during the interval.

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 — 16 January 1925

WYNYARD HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 1TIU3D. ,T. WINDItlDUlO (late of Star Hotel, Tuinut), lias taken OVCP pdSi session of the Wynyavd Ilotel, and will bu pleased to meet old friends,- and . ?; mako new onea. The Hotel will bo conducted - on Modern Lines, and Putrons can - be nlk ' 1 sural of every attention. . ?? ??/?.? ? ? ' v ?' |i , - ' ? ;. ? . . . GOOD TABLES ONLY FIRST CLASS LIQUORS SOLD. COMMERCIAL HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT JACK CADDY wishes to announce to the public of Tumut and surround- . ing Districts that he has taken over (he control of tho above Hotel, and hopes to receive a fair share of public natronace. -v. v,;:- .:,i The Business will be conductcd on Modern and up-to-dato lines. } t Superior Accommodation, ITirst and Sccond Class Tables. j All Liquors true to Label. . '' - ' Civility and Attention Guaranteed _ ' ,, Hot and Cold Water Services. „ ^ ^ - ! Premises Electrically Lighted Throughout. \ ' ? Stables and Garages. Spring Cleaning now in Operation. 1 ? -1 STR...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AT LACMALAC. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

SPORTS AT LACMALAC. The results of the sports events at La cma lac on January 1st, and re port of concert have just, reached na. HORSE EVENTS. . Open Handicap, Ah Kim's iSight cenpence. ' . Pretty Dick. All in ltace M. Thatchers' - Spargo. Bending Race, W. J. Kell's Cream Puff. All in Trot, It. McGratli's Iloney Kiss. Pony High Jump, M. Thatcher's Spargo. High Jump, K. McGra tli's Honey, Kiss. '*? , '? Givl lvider, M. llargreaves aml.J.' Kell divided. FOOT EVENTS. Lrtoinalac Handicap, D. Lowtlier 1- ,S. Kell 2. High Jump, 10. Danvers. Merry 'Widow ltace, Miss Foley and F. Brailloy. Throwing at 'Wicket, F. Gulliford. Guessing riliiiou length, , M. Green. ? Stepping one chain, ladies, Mrs. G. Thatcher. . Stepping one chain, fronts,'' Keith When. : A number of boys and girls races were also run off. ? :? ; r:. MOTOR events; Musical Chairs, Rev. T. A. Gair, I with Miss Daisy Kell ns runner. H. Kell. At tho concert at night the follow ing persons contributed:— : . ?. Mrs.- . Thompson ove...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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THE COUNCIL PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

THE COUNCIL PUZZLED. The Tumut Municipal Council last season, cut tho water supply from the premises of a ratepayer who fail ed to comply with Its order to in stal a meter. The said ratepayer makes no complaint:, but lives in his home, and thrives in health despite the lack of councils water. It is said that he lias water tanks at home, but aldermen can't imagine that these w-iuld contain sufficient water for the household and the several horses in the ratepayer's yard. They 'liae their (loots'', as it were. The water, it appears, is turned off at the main, and recently there lins been h leakage at this spot. Some aldermen sugested, on Tuesday night, that a substantial Ding lie put in tl.s main, instead of Just the turning of the screw. The matter goes before the engineer.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

SKY PICTURES WITH AN EXCELLENT CAST^* ™ . Mmmmm mm m mm i iww .-.a— ?-??? m u m i ? The Wond0i':AisB'EsiaEg9: ABSORBS MOIST OTlf FROM THE AIR ?fcOYELYrFEMHERY FRONTS KEf.P FRESH 5 PS&1 No Soil, ^No Water, No Ca^ Charmingly Decorative *£ a/« M the Home, / \ Complete in Ranging Basket, as illustrated, for 9mMZ? HALF-A-CROWN ^wEEEsSjfc# securely packed and sent g^^«r9B&. COtt free to any address, rMBIBBBra? FIEGOTUTIYB riaim, ouch a? f«rn«, wVVsNl^llP ** paints, Ap.,«oon |-?t« their atirac* MM ? T- pBfc-i constant ftUCMten lo fcwj! » thtnjikUvc4 WoHtWr Ait fjimVjn ~ iT\%wi\xtftt3?,c?jVrt fni r.n o*t*l It r*» MttH fttUta* ®ior wfli Switft*. «t* cut of Mw fhroiH&lttM. ** psw^tJ K« *tMiuj«ily -fwh «vs «rc«n MlttUM* »* Wtfit -Ut ftJU'.frJP fr-mis tt^vjiUnr 5H«Hih- ? vfitlfft MNaffelfif fw^'tSm airtxl 8Mn«uiti» *Hd. MP, »M \%m WWtt IrttttoUSB mfcy siss* TH* Rt J* IWfanaMl wjWfcMMtefc 6f it«« ftPPwKMtt ... If IM w-44»r Air PUtoti for II »s uiifcusiiMtt i? e*tl*w rttu ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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"GROWING TUMUT." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

'GROWING TUMUT,' The aldermen, on Tuesday night:, failed to understand Why the sanitary contractor is continually asking for new pans for the sanitary service. Aid. 'Marshall woke up to it. 'Why he said, 'there is n new house erected in Tumut almost every week.' So it was decided to get two dozen now pans.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

PEOPLES PICTURES 4 ? ' '.??'? ' ? Jl ; t' . 'A Tho Theatre thai sets the Standard . ; V' - V M -,-K 1 J 4 - t v ' SKTURDKY - . ? 153^ ? 1 i ? | hp Ojftftpef sifiH Rpcf '! ) ;-s B|59est 9D(J : ; ^ i isS^ Dusky, dancing \f!-\ '-eautie8' of Harem Arabs, horaw 1 1 'C-- 3* -vii*. ; vx.- \-.-* ;',i y ;i, ;.\ ? ;^ ?.???- '''{./'-VM'V. 1 v ^ # ' i ' J- r fxk&j®* ii * ^ H jf!' ^-t,J J A awk s-«» 1 - 1 1 j t -v'- j - ^ ' j ( , ? ' l'*t, , Van A4BSORBINGf ^AMERICANJDRASIA- 'ACTUALLY IPIIOTOGRAPIIED ?IN '.THE ' GREAT 'AFRICAN DESERT. THIS PICTURE IS BETTER^ , - - 3 - *t * , , w v , ' ,%t . '1 \, rTHAN 'TIIEj &IHEKVAND IS FULL OF EXCITEMENT TROM START TO FINISH. * . ^ ni ^^-'1 U' rl 1 1 '!? 1 , ' ' ' ' ' .?£'Unt ^ :T^;i^-;-€oni0dyl IEW SHERIFF ? , ?l%benic, BONNIE BRIAR COUNTRY ® . te\ : ? ' ' '' m ' -;?'' J&4&*' TOPICAL BUDGET C^Wil^G MEXT WEDNESDAY; ?_;, '? ' ? MIDNIHOT ^ awe ruin m ^ ' ?- .iCu /' * *'S ' 'c^ V s. -kt Vt a,» l-OR ALL HA^L ENGAGEMENTS^ SEE r P, '...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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DIVIDED CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

DIVIDED CONTROL. Recently the Tumut Municipal Ooun ? cir'igranted the Tumut Tourist and Progress League a nominal lease of Richmond Park. The idea was that the . League would make the park pre sentable. With the assistance of the Council a new fence' has been erect tcd ; and painted, and several other improvements carried out. Owing to tlie ; scarcity of water, however, no gardening can be done yet. The question arose on Tuesday night as to whether, under the circumstances tlie Council retains the right to grant 'the use of the park to anyone requir ing :it for picnics or entertaiunieuts, such as the Wagga Band's visit. The clerk pointed out that the posi tion was similar to that of other parks leased for gimi(ng purposes. — ? The power to allow it to be used for func tions remained with the Council. It was emphasised that a definite agreement between the Council and the League was necessary. .. WAS IT A CIRCUS? A similar query arose later, when Aid. Elliot brought up the matter of ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST BATLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

WEST BATLOW. . The usual monthly meeting of the West Batlow branch of the Agricul tural Bureau was held at the resi dent of Colonel Wilkinson, 'Green' Valley,' Wondniga, oil Wednesday 7th - Sub-District Council gave a report of the proceedings of tho Council's De cember meeting. Two new members were enrolled. The remainder of tho evening was spent in a most enjoyable manner, members taking part in sing ing and dancing until midnight.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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DON'T WASTE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

DON'T WASTE WATER. , Tlie Tumut Municipal Council, a few ?.weeks ago , requested householders not to use more water than was neces sary owing to the fact that it takes the pumping plant all its time to cope with the normal demand. On Tuesday night the inspector re ported three persons for using hoses. \ vmu unu u . uwwk uicuwieu, iuu sec ond luul promised to mini a meter; ! the' third complained of dirty water owing to a dead-end, and asked that the use of water oil the garden be allowed in order to keep the pipes ? clean. As Aid. Elliot pointed out, the request could not be allowed; if the deatl-end gives trouble, the person con cerned should report to the Council, and' the pipes would'be flushed as a re medy. The, inspector also reported n oouplo of ienking taps, which lind now been repaired. - Out of tho dismission tho following polntfi woro noti-il:— (-1) Persons without motors, found i using hoses, or wasting water, will bo prosecuted on a second offence. (8) Even persons posse...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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FAT SHEEP & CATTLE. SIDNEY VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

FAT SHEEP & CATTLE. i ? SYDNEY VALUES. Tlie Secretary, Farmers nnd Gla ziers' Co.-op. Co. writes : — ? ' Sheep continue to bring exception-' el prices. Last woek we sold 3070, in cluding a/c Ernest Gray, Gurley, wrs. at 42/1,, J. Barr Ganmain. x ewes to 42/7(1., ,'iT Ward, Boggabri, 310 x skrs. to 41/7,* avg. 29/1., II. N. Pollock, Quirindi, sli. x lambs to 35/7d. Far the same perio'd we disposed of 915 head of cattle our experts' ef forts resulting in us topping the mar ket twice, viz., a/c II.S.M Simpson, Burindi, Barraba, .12 blksl £13/15/ -. avg. £13/13/4, (topped the market) and .14 cows £9/1/, avg. £8/13/0 (topped the market) and 14 cows £9/1 avg. £8/13/0 (topped the market). Other good sales were a/c D. G. ? Capel, The Oaks, Baraba, 54 cows £8/10/ avg £7/14/4, Mrs. Bonne, r, Lincoln Hills Tenlerfield 29 biles, £13/13/, avg. £12/10, ,S. H. Grinsell, Glen limes 73 blks. £3.1/14, avg. £10 17/7, J. B. Coventry, Strathalpine, Q. 30 bullocks to £11/13/, avg. £10/15/2, Estat...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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NO STREET SUPERVISION. THE COUNCIL WAKES UP. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

NO STREET SUPERVISION. Till': COUNCIL WAKES UI\ At Inst the Tumut Municipal Coun cil lias wakened up to the idea that it nce'ds .some better .supervision over the .work performed by the maintenance men. Aid. Elliot Ur.st introduced the niatler saying that tlie men, in fill ing up gutters, did not till them high enough — the water simply ran through ? them and washed them out again. This set others going — even the j Mayor, who has charge of the men, was of the opinion that things were not satisfactory. lie managed to dis claim responsibility, in a measure, by slating that by virtue of his office of cleric of works the Town Cleric should supervise tliO men's labor. Aid Madignn said some supervision was needed. The men would not see for themselves what wanted doing, 'they would miss some places alto gether — would do part, of a street, then come back later and do the rest. This meant, loss of time — which w.is really -loss of money. Aid. Elliot agreed. The men , seem- ed toliave no in...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

VICTORIA ISS1TRANCE €i-Y. ' fiimitcd, ? -RISKS TAICRN- FOR- 1 ' BUILDINGS ACCrDENT plateglass i ivr.sTncic AND HAYSTACKS O'R CROPS .! now is the -time to insure nr.ooD .mai: es. ; 'i Agent; | F. W. TWEKDIF,- |. PRESERVE EGGS tliat will POACH, BOIL or FRY ? _ | , The only really perfect Egg Preierrer U OVO. In other Statei it is a household word. It ii almple to tue and gives results not obtainable from : the use of any other prepara tion. 'OVO' STANDS ALONE. Every Storekeeper in the State can obtain tuppliea tor rou through any Wholesale Grocery House ? *P -Sydney or Newcastle. '? Eggs put away in . M 9 torn out perfect and may be poached,, boiled or fried — they will also whip-np like new-laids. i»'OVO' your Eggs now and fo secure Winter supplies. Insist upon 'OVO.' Ieiflet to ASSOCIATED . . BROKERS LTD., 61 Market Street, Sydney. I i ^ ^ ! rvfAGlc^Dj^MRSlvJS 2 Game3, 4 Putalcj & 6 Tricks ivi a Bos I V/1LL ENTERTAIN BOTH CHltOftEN & GROV-NUMl riys. Amtramsr.l ter « ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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SECRETARY'S ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

SECRETARY'S ANNUAL REPORT. .Our last annual meeting was held on 3rd January, 1024. Since then our niemborship has slightly increased and now stands at 33 financial members. During the year, 10 general meet ings and' wo special meetings were held ; one meeting lapsed for want of the necessary quorum. Though the Lcagle funds may not show an increase on last year's ba-l lance, this has been one of tho most successful years for this' sub-branch, and the following funds were raised by the sub-branch: — Annual Carnival £03/0/11; X-Ray Fund (approx.) £200; Diggers' Queen Fund in Centen ary Queen Carnival, £473 -r-Total £730/0/11. The Centenary Queen Carnival re sulttcd in n splendid will -for the i Digger's .Qucch, Miss DorJa Wilkin son. The credit for this victory is' due to the hard working secretaries, Messrs. Bray and Learmont. I rliink we may also tako cital it for the amount of 'push' given to the Queen Carnival, which resulted in a grand total of nearly £1700. Many, calls have been ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

\ QUALITY DRINKS ' For the Hat Weathem f Aerated Waters - : '??' ' i ' i v LEMONADE G/- a dozen. , i-- ' ''? i * /„ * * r * * GINGER ALE, G/i a doz. v- 1 - GINGER BEER, G/- a doz. ' I ' i' '- ^ i 'l' 3 * 1 1 t 4** 'l\ - SARTO, 6 /- a doz. . „ v 'i , _ SODA WATER, 3/-.. a doz. /* ?'* ' ;i3' ' : ' ? ? | BOTTLES »/? DOZ EXTRA, WHICH WILL BE REFUNDED IF BOX ^ 1LES BETUKNEW IN GOOD ORDER. Protect your Profits Cjpf/ Vs'__- $^5 ? IMKO ^jj|f ' : ? ; Thousands o'/ Dairy Farmers ,; : throughout' Australia using ' , ' the Dialiolo have eliminated ** ; 'cream waste. The efficient : Dinbolo separates bettor cream because of its scientific ^ constructed bowl, is easy to ?.turn because it has fewer ? working parts. Willi all gears enclosed it has 110 dirt ij||';g| !ili]i|||i| : collecting centres, anil there- ®Pfi K-l| 'Vt ;!fo'rc lasts longer than others. I 1 These excellent qualities are gSfflmfti; i ; backed with Scrvice. 11 'l' There's a size to suit you. . |||.«|y 1 rJ, Pai/mcnts: Cash or I-l...

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SOUND LEGAL ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

SOUND LEGAL ADVICE. Mr.' William Bourkc Cockran, of Nassau Street, New York, U.S.A., one of the fading New York lawyers, who died on March 1, 1923, aged 08 in view of his eminence as a lawyer, the following provision in his will is of interest: — 'In view of the ruinous consequences of litigation to all con cerned in the case of AVills,' he de clared that auy heir, who should di rectly or indirectly oppose probate or take any proceedings to impeach the validity of his will, should thereby be barred all participation in his pro-;' perty.'

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EXEMPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925

EXEMPTIONS. I Ambulance motor vehicles. Motor vehicles used, by ;mail\tfac turers or dealers upon which traders' plates are used for trial purposes In accordance with paragraph (Q2) of section 3 of the Motor Traffic Amend ment Act, 1925. So much of the weight of a motor vehicle (including a trailer drawn .thereby) used solely for mining pur-, poses in the Western Lands Division of the State as exceeds 5 tons.

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