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A CURIOUS ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
A CURIOUS ERROR. , A droll Incident oecm'i'od tho oi'iki evening fit a public meeting nt which I was present, writes a correspondent in the 'Birmingham Mail.' When the resolution was put to the meeting it was carried by a huge Bho$r of hands. ''Against!' the chairfpap call ed out, and to the surprise of those on the platforjn nearly as many hand* wore held up as were raised in sup port ^of tiie Resolution. 'How strange !' exclaimed a man on the plat form. Thou some one in front explain ed that thd audience thought the chair man said 'Again !'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
! &in Everydc^ Ecoiwirtf So exceptionally sturdy is 'Sylk-Arto' Hoso v that it is realLv economical for everyday wear. ' , Obtainable in 30 Shades (B/l! j' k'-Sonis SyiK^IRTO Q/hri ImprcrJemenl on Silk/) , ] I' HOSE \ / J a Q Mate in AmmUa h'^GEQ. A, BOND & Cd LTD,, fa q ! 'Aiypim n,MI ipiipiiium | h | in i j] ? ? ? hi ii ii ii nun ? ? ? mi i i iiminii^ h Fgi« Ladies we h&ve j SYUiABTQ m$E ! IN ! W1UTE, BLACK, NIGGER C1I AMl'AGNE, NUDE, ASIlllOSE, 1 TERRAPIN, SILVER, SUEDE GREY, 3L1PLE and NEW FAWN j i PRICE C/ll PAIR. ] ' , ». ' ? v.o ?' ' ??. ' . j' Fop Mers : -?* . »-y '\ - ' SSLKM^TO S&QMS IN NEW FAWN, NIGGER BLACK, SUEDE GREY, WITH CLOX, 6/6 PAIR. * . ' MENS TRIPLE WEAR SOX, ALL COLORS' PRICE 1/6 PAIR. ? , .j 0— — ? — ? O JOHN LEARMONT ! DRAPERY ? -MERCERY MILLINERY ? BOOTS. - . , 1 OPEN DURING LUNCII IIOUK. I WE CLOSE SATURDAY. NIGHTS AT 10. J 'H I :'|JpE^KfflEesa2aag3a3asaQttsgss^og ?* I ^ie Suit You Ordered jl S| -—mat) still have lata of wear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
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ANTHRAX AT COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
ANTHRAX AT COOTAMUNDRA. It is now reported that the outbreak of anthrax at Cootamundra has been checked. It will be remembered that an outbreak of anthrax among sheep on a property three miles from tho town was reported on Boxing Day. Forty wore, found to be dead out of a mob of 400. The surviving sheep were isolated, pud inoculation was commenced on New Year's Day. Since then only six more have died, and it la believed tho spread of the disease has .been cLcckctf, ,, i i ??fc. HkL I»w») iXAl J,
RABBIT DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
RABBIT DESTRUCTION. Evidence, it is suid, is not wanting , throughout the whole of the Corowa P.P. Board district that the work per formed by the Board, and incidentally its inspector, Mr. S. C. Smith has done a vast amount of good. Fifteen or sixteen years ago rabbits were to be seen in hundreds on all the roads and more osnpmiillv in iiw around tanks and dams in the pad docks. Now it is a rare thing to see one at all. During the past three months -a visitor to Corowa traversed the greater part of tho main roads throughout the district and only one | occasion did he notice any rabbi tg, and that was coming from Savernako about 20 miles along the main Jeril dorio road. Then only about ' half a doaeu were aotlcwj, ; .
TO STOP HORSES BUCKING [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
TO STOP HORSES BUCKING Mr. Geo. Wye, of Myrtleford, by the way, has invented a device for stop ping horses from bucking, and n patent has been applied for. At ones' Monaro buckjump show at Myrtleford on Boxing Night a wager of £5 was made that Mr .Wye would stop any of the outlaws from bucking. He es-' sayed to ride: Moonlight, a Queensland outlaw, and won his wager, the horso being powerless tinder the ' device. When this was taken off the horso gave an exhibition of great bucking
A HAPPY BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
A HAPPY BRIDEGROOM. An amusing letter from a native teacher to the governor of the British school in Rhodesia is reported in the' 'Queen.' The governor had sent an ox as a contribution to the teacher's wedding feast. The grateful recipient wrote : — 'Sir, — AVith unexpliciblc gladness 1 write you this letter to duly render my gratitudiness, as my feelings and con sciousness bid and compel me to do so Sir,— it took me three days thinking and trying to get some words different ) from the ordinary words of thanking, S for your infinite loving deed, but I met J with a failure. My parents, Lealui , people, and as well those who cauio from different parts of Barotselnnd to join the banquet, marvelled most high ly for what you did on the matrimonial ceremony of your auxiliary. They say Never has such a banquet been done here in Marotseland matrimonai in state and quality. And I myself felt quite joyful, and sat .triumphantly. The -feast was great, and heard almost everywhere for your sake....
HIDES AND SKINS. READY SALES ENHANCED VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
HIDES AND SKINS, READY SALES; ENHANCED VALUES, Tho Secretary, Fanners aud Grit January, writes ? Auction sales v.'ere (resumed In at week after the holiday spell. Busi ness was brisk and conditions gen erally most auspicious for all con cerned in the trade. Competiton was excited and although local operators gave the markets their usual sup port, shippers secured the bulk of of ferings and advanced prices ruled throughout — hides were a fartliiti? t:o a halfpenny dearer, tallow 20/* to 30/ bottav whilst sheepsldns wore higher too, and for a lino of long stapled merlnofl we Boenrotl top prleo, viz,, 203d. Rabbit skins went atlll higher. Latest quotations: — 3rd heavy pelts to 40d. racks to 40Jd„ milky does to 40d. These are the principal grades coming forward at the present time, with a sprinkling of the better des criptions Wattle bark has' improv ed in demand and We have effected ? some substantial sales at very satis factory prices. The immediate outlook is most pro mising and enc...
CANCER CURED. IF TAKEN IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
CANCER CURED. j IF TAKEN IN TIME. 'I don't know the cause of cancer,' iijid ; Sir Berkerley Moynihan, a member of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons, at the annual meeting of the Science Masters' As sociation, 'neverthel'.'ss nothing is nure. certain in clinical experience, Hum 'Hint cimciM' is n local disease ill the 'first instance, that it remains lo cal, sometimes for short, aud sonie | times for long periods, and that, if I then operated upon the disease can | be completely eradicated The dif I ficulty is to obtain access to the I disease while it is . still local. It is the duty of the medical profession to enlighten the public regarding the early symptoms, and to make it com mon knowledge that, cancer is not as everyone supposes, a disease from which there is no escape. An early operation on any cancerous disease may confidently be expected to confer turn.' (
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
CORRESPONDENCE J. 'To the Editor. I I Mir,— The leading article, '-Three | Heads are better than one' in your j issue of tho 9th inst., comcs rather i late in the day. The 'got togethei | movement' has already begun, by the various branches of the Agrlenltur ill Bureaus of N.S.W. situated withli a radius of 20 miles of Tumut, recog nising the town of Tumut ns the cen tre of their activities, bringing them selves iu closer contact for mutual benefit by the recent formation of the , Tumut Sub-District: Council of the Ag ricultural- Bureau of N.S.W. The Bureau stands for the follow ing principles. Better Farming better business, better living,' there fore the periodical .gathering together of delegates, representative of the va rious agricultural activities carried on in that part of the country, of which Tumut is the centre, will bring a nosei nomi oi friendly interest and a wider knowledge of neighbouring parts thus creating a keener interest in the welfare of the district as a whole...
ALLEGED CONFESSION OF MURDER. "A WOMAN IN THE CASE " SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
ALLEGED CONFESSION OF MURDER. 'A WOMAN IN TIIE CASE ' - SYDNEY, Thursday. ''' Following upon a sensational re port to tho police at an early hour this morning, officers visited a house at Miller's Point at 3 o'clock this morn ing. There tlioy secured a man who has been detained in connection with the brutal murder of Mary Anderson, at Long Bay, on May 10 last year. The suspect was taken to tho detective's office, where he was confronted with t the information told to the police that he confessed that lie murdered An derson to a woman, who is tho police informative. The man stoutly denied to the po lice that lie had made any such con fession, or that he had anything to do with the murder. He said lie had ne ver even seen Anderson in his life. He is being detained, pending fur ther inquiries.
SUSSEX STREET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
SUSSEX STREET. ? ? . SYDNEY, Thursday. Potatoes: Clarence nivor 5/, 0/; Hunter .River 7/; Hawkesbury 7/, 8/; Tasmanian 8/, 10/. Chaff, whoa ten G/, 8/; oaten 0/, 7/. Maize., River and Queensland, 4/0.
OUR TELEGRAMS HOMEBUSH SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
OUR TELEGRAMS* HOMEBUSII 'f V SYDNEY, Thursday. 'A Sheep, about 23,000. Competition was fairly consistent,' during early sales, for good to prime slieep, at best late rates ,with some sales eveu slightly in tho sellers' favor. Lambs and medium sheep met with' irregular competition. Cattle, about 3570. Competition dull, the market showing further wea kening on the reduced rates during thu holidays.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
PERSONAL. . Married at Adelong.by. Rev. Crow tlicr-Sniith' — Clarence Augusta Gole,: of Adeloiig, to John Charles Roy Pearce, of Adeloiig. ' . Warwick Armstrong, (the captain of tlie last Ausctniiiau Elbveirto tour England, has joined the lifm of James Buchaiian . and Co., 'Ltd., Whis ky distillers (as inter-State rep. lie was formerly with ? the firm of Daw son. The engagement was announced on .Xmas Eve of Miss. Doris Mudear, only child of M,r. and Mrs. C. II. Mudear, of Stanmore, to Mr. Frank Woolloy, second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Woolloy, of Wagga. A podding was celebrated in the Church of England, Wagga, on Janu ary 5, when Miss Helen Grace, fourth daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Anthoiiy G. Meinc, of Wagga, was married to Mr. Henry Edward Bell, son of Mrs. Bell, of Temora. The Rev. C. T. Dobenham officiated. The wedding of 'Miss Elizabeth Ilennessy, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Sirs T. P. Hennessey, of Darlingliurst, io Mr. Geo. Hard wick Cole, and; the late Mr. Cole, of Adeloi...
BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
BREVITIES ?Mr. W. Ilassotf has been appointed chairman of the directors of Tumut Co-operative Dairy Company. Wo. understand that a change of manage ment has been decided upon. Mr. T. Airey has been appointed to tlie com bined oilice of secretary and account ant. Pay up ! Tlie Municipal Council has asked the clerk to lay upon the table for its next meeting a full list of overdue rates, together with the list as it stood at the beginning of 1021, in order that the aldermen may see bow much of the arrears has been paid during the 12 months. Steps will bo taken to get the bal ance outstanding' into the Council's coffers. Pay up! All parents should take their child ren to see the iirst of the Fairy Tale Comedies, starring 'Baby Peggy, which will be shown , at the Sky Pic tures on Saturday night. It is the well-known story of the, little boy and girl, Hansel and Gretel, who found the witch's house, which was made wilii a gingerbread roof, and win dows of barley-sugar. Grown-ups will liml ...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
BREVITIES, Rain — 883 points up to yesterday morning. No bush fires in Tumut this seas on to date. . The Tumut River is aflood Water is coming down solidly from the mountains. . Mr. C. Ault sustained a nasty a nasty wound to his hand one day last week. .Aid. Madigan has been re-elected to the position .of Deputy VMayor of Tumut Municipality. AH the aldermen, excepting Aid. Tobin were present at Tuesday night's meeting. AU1. Tobin -sent an. apology. O. J. De Garis was arrested when tlie Maheno reached New Zealand. Every newspaper in Australia says so. That's notoriety. Motor traffic in Tumut is increas ing day by day. On a busy Saturday afternoon one has to be careful in negotiating Wyn.vard and Russell Sts. .Aldermen sometimes possess a touch of humor, although it may re main latent until called forth by cir cumstance. — An instance, Aid. Mait laiul at last Council meeting. He was elected to represent the Council on the band committ-.^. 'Why, he said, 'I can't even blow my own trump...
CITY COUNCIL EX-EMPLOYEE. COMMITS SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 January 1925
CITY COUNCIL EX-EMPLOYEE. COMMITS SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Thursday. There was an amazing sequel to-day to tlie recent exposure in the City Council Electricity Supply 'Depart ment, of having installed illuminations at a well-known sports ground with out the knowledge of the Town Hall authorities, when James Callan, one of the dismissed employees, commit ted suicide at 0 oclock on the Town Ilall steps ,by cutting Ills throat with a razor. At that moment two of his workmates were being interrogated by detectives. Callan was rushed to tho Sydney Hospital, but died soon after admis sion. Callan had been in .the Council's em ploy for 15 years He leaves a widow and three children. J. Tyrell, secretary of tho Municipal Employees' TJiiion, says Callan seemed deeply concerned at the charge hang ing over his head, but nil three liad :pinplcte answers to tlie charges# ^