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WEDDING SULLIVAN—HOLIHAN [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 30 October 1925

WEDDING i. { SULLIVAN— HOLIHAN 1 On Monday afternoon, at the R.C. Clu-rcli, Cootamundra, Miss Daisy Holihan, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. 1. Holihan, Cootamundra, was mar iod'to. Mr. Robert James Sullivan, klest son «f Mr. and Mrs. Thos. bullivan, Gilmore, the Very Rev. Dean O'Shaughnessy officiating. Tlio bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father (who subsequently gave her away), was charmingly at tired in a gown of ivory satin gren ade, ornately trimmed with radium lace. She wore a beautiful Limerick lace veil, which was held in place with orange blossoms and silver. Her bouquet was of white gladiolas. which, with a . marocain handbag, handsomely inscribed, were the gifts 'if the bridegroom. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ivy Holi han, who wore a sweet frock of shell pink crepe-de-ehene and silver lace, and a hat to tone. Her bouquet was of pink sweetpeas, carnations and fern. This,, with a gold armlet, were the gifts of the bridegroom.. Mr. Jack Leahy acted a...

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 and General Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Tumut. sea* Quong Wing has re-established the grocery, ironmongery, crockery and j produce business at the Hi Lung Store, Russell-st.' Tumut, formerly occupied by Tiy Loong and Co. ? ? * * Mr. Bond, husband of Nurse Bond, Gundagai, has been chosen, out of a number of applicants, by Wellington Municipal Council, as swimming in ctnixtnr fni- tllo MunlMnalUir 1UI luti iuuiuk,ii-omj. » * a » Mr. Parker J. Moloney, who has been addressing meeting at the Al bury end of the electorate, speaks in these centres next week. Dates ap pear in our advertising columns. Mr. Moloney is accompanied by Mrs. Moloney . * * * $ Mrs. Hilliard, of 'Rose Vale,' is opening the Tumut Tea Rooms in the premises occupied by Elphicks, in Wynyard-street, Tumut, during the early part of next month. * * * * Mrs. L. A. Cohen, of Holbrook, was called to Gundagai last week to attend the bedside of her mother, Mrs. E. McK...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

ABELONG ' (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor. The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorite notel, announces to his friends and the public generally that It will bo conducted on the most modern lines. 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 CALL1 A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. 'PHONE 9. Bert JEggleton : .? Has removed business to Fitsroy -street, Tumut, In tb.8 8pa» Hlfc Motor Garage Building, next to the ADVOCATE office. All deacrtptions of FUR8, HIDE8 AND SKINS PURCHASED. HIGHEST MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL TOO CAROE. i I I _ \ I ? \ I 72-82 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdcwn \ 1 Reputati* n ^^^^f^ff^^i^A, j ts what pe pie I II ll^rW^K ! Suppose ft to bo. J J| jJlL_. I/ Jp^^oi I One's CS): aractes* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

B'.or pojl solid McaTs, Afternoon Teas iu)d Suppers so io JJALLOS !5I«OS.' AJfU'W? «ifr jRefr(^|jjp'c)i| * Rooiils, Tumul. . ''''... ' '''.''{?-,' * * * v » I-'ivo-pound notes, totalling y/flOQO, were sibstracled from a niail-liag ill Sydney, or between Sydney and Jij ji.eo. last week, and detectives are soim-liim,' for fJxe .Uiier. . The nuiiili- - ers of (he Holes ure U|)o\\-)j. .TJjie money was registered, and'sou't' b.*'tim Bunk of IS',fc5,W,.i.o Hk Jujieo branch,, i

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

'V An t ft tit i in 0 iSn i fi WILL SET OFF THfci MAN IF u- ./^s Fasftionable Tailor, ^^ » ^ ' ' RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, 1 ' Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s bK,t Styks and Properly Fitting Suits. i 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, 'Wo 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 weihave 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. . CONSIGN ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

mi^ H f^r'rA'ru -t* A-% - *- .y Aw Sw */««\ vtyV (ff nktfrs \*~ ' ? f^ ?*^ * * -i /x */ £W f &** ^ ^ yj$*J ''ff m jB HPO-DAY the amazing new price of £199 for the Standard Overland Model *? 91 is announced. Thousands of these sturdy cars are running on the roads, of this State, making history in reliability and petrol economy under all con ditions. For three years the design of this Overland has been so proven in service that only minor alterations and improvements have been necessary and incorporated from time to time. 'OVEHLAITOS FIRST BECAUSE ©¥EHLANBS LAST?' The Standard Overland is fitted with the patented and uncopyable Triplex , springs, which give riding ^^^^ comrort that cannot be ap- jgr ^ preached by any other type M jt^m. ^KK ' of springing on a light car Mm r*'*^ j /W ll!l /^W ^ \ or short wheelbase. I his is Jg7 / M ^Vy f*-«l Mj^] h -A the type of springing which J|p/ / -T j 1 1- // fx ^ (^ ^ j I* ^4 128 jumps over a 6 feet ft§L--l / / //tt J / * ?? J / ^« hurd...

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The New Cruiser Contracts [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Jhe New Cruiser Contracts The building of the two Common wealth cruisers is a subject round which a great deal of controversy bus centred during the present election camimign. The Labor candidates have wasted a lot of breath denounc ing the Government for the course it pursued, but they have failed to offer the electors any appreciable cnlight ennient on the question. The main facts lire that the Federal Govern ment recently resolved that two mod ern 10.000 ton cruisers should be built for the Commonwealth, and that one o fthese vessels should be constructed abroad. Where its companion wa.s to be built was to be decided after the tenders received ,were examined. The lowest Australian tender sent in for a completed vessel wns that of the ('riinmomvcalth Shipping Board, the price being £2.S79.S20, plus £70,000 for spare items, making a total cost iii round figures of £2,050,000. On an estimate bused on this tender price £1,500,000 would hiive to be spent sibroad. nnd £1,450,000 in the...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Hydro-Electric Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Tumui Hydro-Electric Scheme ? ouo ? ? The following' is a copy..', of . the . Iiclitichi, signatures to which are be ing obtained in all the southern towns concerned, to be presented to the Hon. ,T. ,T. Lang, State^, Pre- mier -.—'This 'honorable petition ? -'of the undersigned electors of, these dis tncts, showeth: That unanimously they are .in favor of- powers being confei red '? by. the-- Government on ', a County Council, formed under the Loc.il Government Act, whereby tliey will be enabled to immediately pro ceed to develop hydro-electric power on the ''.head-waters' of the Tumut Rnei and tributaries, and distribute '?ame for the development and vfA faio of the district' and people gener alh. to revive stagnant industries and to enable new'' industries to be under taken which will find employment for thousands of men, and increase tlie pmsperity . of the district and -State. Wheions the Tumut Municipal aiid Gadaia Shire Councils* have received a f.norahle offer from a company, ...

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A TREAT IN STORE FOR TUMUT AT TUMUT PICTURE HOUSE. (O'Brien's Hall) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

A TKEAT IN STOKE FOK TUML'T AT TUMUT l'KJTl.-RK HorSE. (O'Biien's Hall) Very seldom do we got such good entertainment as we have, been affor ded lately, and wh».t is booked to come.' On 13th. No.yember, at mat inee and night, 'The Sea Ilnwk' will be screened, and, following, 'The Lost .AVorUI,' by Sir .Cofiau Doyle, a picture which has Htirreri the world since it was* ilrst screened in public. Tuo new ''Quo Vadis' 1ms also been booked. This is a photoplay every one has read about ami pcrfuips a lot has seen. The subjoined are it few which follow Saturday's programme!, vl'/, : 'One Way Street,'1 featuring Anna Q. Nilsson; 'A Slave of Des tiny,' 'TheXo'de of (he .AYildemoss,' 'The Midnight Expresx,' 'The Only Woman' (Norma Talmadge)— a var iety of entertainment to snit every one.

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Tumut Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Tumut Turf Club. . . - A committee mooting of the Tnmiit TnrE-Clwb was held at Tiiltersiill's (Derrj's Royal Hotel) on Monday cu'iiinc. Members pre-.cn t wercs: Mew* J. Flliot (chair), F.'L. Ba ker. K. M. Thompson, W. Foley^ M1. Downing, T: .Sullivan, B. Quirk', T~. R. Wilkinson. G, - Wiilkinson. and '?ecrclaay. Mr. R. Blakcney. An apology -for uon-ajtenrtnuce was re ceived from Mr. II. Wcedoij. '_ The Returned Soldiery League thanked . the club for use of tabled, etc., at then- annual ball. 'A'lip question 'of 'admitting' member^ to tho 'ground without piiyment df 'oiifr side gate, charge was very, fully dis cussed. ' Tiio .Seeretrfry supplied fig ures vshowing 'thai, £§6/11/- Was pail by - members ,Jil;-t year. ?. ' ' ? The Chairujaif-paiil that Iji' 'order fo raise this amount it would bp neces sary to increase tho price of nicm lii'is' -tickets , by abo,ut 12/: and nl' Uionttli he thoucht it would be itn iinprnvGincnt to get away from Ihu collftHiiK.of this* charge and thus (jl ...

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STANLEY McKAY'S PANTOMIME COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

STANLEY McKAY'S PANTOMIME COMPANY. Local playgoers will be delighted to learn that 'Mr.'' Stanley McKay's Company, which is recognised as the finest musical show louring the coun try towns of Australia, is to play a season of three wights in O'Brien's nan, .starting, on -. xuusuuy, ??«o.vcinoer 10, with 'The Furly Thieves.' Since last in Tumut Mr. McKay has con siderably strengthened his company, which now includes the Eleven Ras cals, the wonderful whirlwind acro bats whose performances at the Tiv oli and Haymarket Theatres astoun ded Sydney theatre-goers/ Other artists new to Tumut aro Mr. Frank I'i'iT.vii, jin excellent English perfor mer; Frank M'oran,' the .elongated comedian; Evelyn Wiillis, 'the beauti ful principal girl, with an ? excellent soprano voice; Zetta 'and Miarjdrle Abrahams, and Baby Shirley, the youngest, trapeze artiste In the world. Entirely now productions to be staged on AVji'dnosday and Thursday. Intend ing patrons arc advised to book their seats early for t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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What Are They Doing? [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

What Are They Doing? To begin with these Boards work exclusively for .the man on the laud. No politics or excursions from rural business ever crop up. .Sixty odd Boards in the State pay the salaries and expenses (£500 to £700 iMi.) of the Stock Inspectors. This public officer is primarily an in surance against the spread of con tusions diseases among stock; he is clothed with authority to quarantine and has the knowledge to apply treat ment and inoculate, and so stop the outbreaks, sm-li ji.s pk'iiro in cattle, anthrax, etc. He examines I ravelling stock on roads for health and controls such traflic. Stock are examined at auc tion sales and manifestly tuberculous animals prevented from uoiujr into hu man consumption. Truffle in lice and tick infested sheep is checked and needs more checking, being ruinous to wool. Sheep brands jiud earmarks are re gistered', nt the Board's oflieo. The convenience of lijgai branding is un disputed, and a great deterrent ag ainst sheep stealing. Horse...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Musical Exams. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Musical Exams. The following pupils of Miss Kin red's have boon suc-c-!ssful (in, the re cent . ConsorvaUjciuru of-_ilusic lix ams., pra'ctlwt -anti' theoretical: — !?' Practical.— Grade IV, Doris Bas uctts ,Grude, .VI, Kathleen Bassett, Xoan McDonald, 'Lloyd BasseU. Theoretical.— Graio ? '?lilt f! CvetSit Pass, Jean' Nicholls. ? Grade- '1.V, pas's, Mavis Kinred. Credit 'Pass, Grtttte 111,' for Joan Nicholls, cntitleVj'.iher toj.an 'A'-\niss»,- fprnn'iisicSh'.l^e^ap nYbachin'5 'intermediate 6xainin(|fc]_pif . This uupil' wfis also itl(o ibujfce^ful competitor -in tho Cojnpo&iltj.oii- Spu- tiiin' (Hyinn tune) at the 1^-ecc.nt^Iu- sical Festival. _ ,. r, _'..^^\. ~' ' '

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Wagga Picnic Race Club [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Wagga Picnic Race Club At the annual meeting of members of the Wagga Amateur Picnic Race Club the annual roport showed that at last race meeting the value of trophies was increased by £51, but there was not a corresponding in crease in the number of horses nom inated, and it was recommended that steps be taken to encourage more members to race horses. The com mittee gave a good deal of considera tion to the question of encouraging, more horses, and several suggestions were made. It was decided to re commend to the incoming committee to include in the race programme a race for horses ridden by amateur riders who have never won a race. Another recommendation was to make riding allowances to riders who have not won races or who have only won minor events. In this way it is hoped to encourage more young riders and also bring the horses engaged in a race to a more equitable levol, as it was recognised that a few amateur riders monopolised the ridjng, and by their ability as r-idorts, mad...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

TUMUT BANd'cONCER~'I;^£)V(. 18. — J. 'W. 'Herron'i tlie triprcJtortgue cornettsf .-:— He's a^mapvali. '-v'sv-* - * * ? Tobaci'os, Ciciirs. Cigarettes, afr ffu* favorite bianas, af MALLOS* BKOS:' S'iihtlnc Shop. Wyn.vanl-st .., Tiunut. * * * ? - ?- Trout Fishing.— Roils, Keels, C'apts, Flies, etc.— II.' ».- SMART, ' Wafch maker ami Jeweller, Tumut. * * * * Hon. E. It. Fanar, M.L.C., spoafts: ut: Tumut on Monday night in support of the candidature, of Mr. Angus Campbell, , Nationalist nominee for tho Hume scat in the llouso of Rep resentatives. PrlhteG and Published by A. W11W6 Watson, Sole Proprietor, at his , printing office, AVynyard-stroet; Tuinut, in tho State of New South Wales. A ^' ' J

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HAVELOCK WILSON. CABIN BOY TO LABOR LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

HAVELOCK WILSON. CABIN BOY TO LABOR LEADER. Mr. Havelock Wilson, President of the National Sailors' and Firemen's Union, has found time amidst many turbulent occupations to write in leis urely fashion the story of his career. It is well worth writing (says the 'Yorkshire Post.')r 'My Stormy Voyage Through Life' is a romance. Mr. Wilson has been an 'agitator;' But he is one of the sanest Labor leaders, and he is justly proud of a foreword to his book written by Sir Walter Runci nian, who, speaking in the name of the Newcastle shipowners, pays a tribute to Mr. Wilson's leadership, and says the shipowners acted wisely in recognising the Seamen's Union, whose loader it reports, ahd whose national services -during the war were of inestimable value. Mr. Wilson tells modestly enough of his' struggling boyhood, when he had to sell newspapers in the streets to help his widowed mother and her family of seven children, of his life as a printer's devil. These occupa tions, however, did not sati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

?;. © o— o—o— o—o— o—o— o-o— o—o o— o— o-o— o— o— o— o--o— o— o© f -4 mj. ^? i I (O'BRIEN'S HALL) cj I 1 ^e future fiouge 1 ! ? '? ? ? ~ ? ^~~~ 7 \ o STAIl NO 1.— © li | 'ONK WAY STREET' . 'ONE WAY STREET' I 9 'ONE WAY STREET' ? 'ONE WAY STREET' ^ O Featuring ANNA Q. NB1LSON, : MAIt J0IUI3 DAW, BEN IArON. © 'I Sec tlio great .game of cards. AVihat does a full pack contain—four o | aces of five '! I .2 STAR NO 2.— ,' X 9 'FLYING FISTS' ? 'FLYING'JFISTS' .... ? 0 'FLYING FISTS' ' J . ;'.'FLYING - FISTS' k 1 Do not miss these great stories— every port' a complete story. I 1 ? f © Comedy, entitled 'PAY OR MOVE.' ', 9 I This is a regular screamer. ? I © ? . . . 9 © Also : SCENIC and GAZETTE. © ;???; 9. Don't Forget— 'THE SEA HAWK,' Nov. 13, Matinee anil Night. O J T. Laird, f 9 Proprietor O'Brien's Hall,' Tumut. 9 © ()_0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O— 0 o o o—0—O—O—O—O—O—O—^O—O—O 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O— 0 o ° . . ? ?D0 YOU KNOW THAT THE BEST GRASS EVER IMPORTED IS OUR '...

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A Pension Matter SAVINGS FROM SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

A Pension Matter SAVINGS FROM SICKNESS, Old-age pensioners are now in re coipt'of £1 a week. Prior to the in crease of 2/6, bringing the pension up to £1, a pensioner upon entering a public hospital received the full am ount from the Department for a per iod up to 2S days, but after the expir ing oi zo nays iiiu uuimiuuuh^ ^^i»..,^w to make the payment. Instead, the hospital housing the pensioner wa.s given 10/G, and an additional 3/- for payment to the pensioner. Thus th,eye remained 4/, which the Department got out of paying because a pensioner had the illfortune of having to be come an inmate of a public hospital. Since the pension has been raised to £1 a week pensioners who remain in hospital longer than 28 days have been receiving 4/- a week. Whether or not the hospital authorities will receive a proportional increase is not yet. known. If the hospital does not receive an increased allowance then the Department will avert saving 5/6 of Hie £1 rightly d«c to the pen sioner. .

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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1925 ANGLICAN. TRINITY XXII [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1925 ANGLICAN. TRINITY XXII 'All Saints', Tumut.— 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. (Eucharist), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). , Blowering, 3 p.m'. Tomorroma, 3 p.m. REV. T. A. GAIR, Th.L., Rector St. Paul's, Batlow, 9 a.m.. Adelong, 11 a.m. iMt. Adrah, 3 p.m. . Adelong, 7.30 p.m., REV. G. F. PYKE, Rector.

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Mineral Needs of Dairy Cattle FOR HEALTH AND EFFICIENCY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Mineral Needs of Dairy Cattle FOR HEALTH AND EFFICIENCY Minerals are needed by dairy cat tle to develop the skeleton and for the proper functioning of the glands and organs of the. animal 'body. When cattle were first domesticated ( write O. E. Reed and C. F. Huffman, in the Quarterly Bulletin of Michigan uLtnu wnegu 'tgriuuiuirui experiment Station), the minerals found in the natural feeding stuffs were ample to meet the needs for body maintenance and milk production, since only enough milk was produced to give the calf a start in life. The modern dairy cow, however, is a highly specialised, machine for the production of milk, which is rich in mineral salts, espec ially lime and phosphorus. Not only has the tremendous increase in milk production caused a greater mineral requirement, but the feeds used to day are often grown on soils depleted in the essential mineral elements, re sulting in a deficiency in the crops grown on such soils. The natural ration of the dairy cow consists o...

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