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

PRESBYTERIAN. 10 a.m., Sunday School. 11 a.m. Divine Worship. Subject — 'Meditation a Lost Art.' Soloist — Mr. H. Shearer, 'Nearer My God to Thee.'^ Sacrament of the Lord's Supper ?will be administered at close of mor ning service. . 7.30 p.m., Divine Worship. Subject — 'In Those Days There ?was no . King . in Israel — Every Man did that which was Right in His Own Eyes.'| Soloist — Mr. T. Laird, 'The Last Muster.' Adelong, 3 p.m. Communicants' Class will meet in the vestry of the Tumut Church on Saturday at 5 p^m. REV. A. CROWTHER SMITH.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSULTING WORDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

INSULTING WORDS -' i Cliff Ferguson proceeded against, ..-his cousin, Norman U. Ferguson, on a charge of using insulting words to him on September 11) at Mr. Jack l'urcell's woolshed. Mr. Luster for -' complainant,' Mr: Mackenzie lor %de fcudant. .Complainant related that on the ' night in 'quesition a public (lance was held at Pui-cell's woolshed at ?.Won-- dalgii . Was talking ' friendly to de '.i'endanfc at ? a little before slO p.m. Later on about 11 o'l-lock was at the lire about 20 yards 'from the woolshed with Mr. 'Will. Pure-oil- and defend ' '-ant: No others were, there. During the : conversation defendant got' in a bad temper with me, first throwing his .hat on '? the ground -. and said ','Vii) have a ; ? .piece of'you,' and used other insulting language. He rushed tit mo. 1 stepped out of hi& way aiid said I -.did not wanL to ro)\* with him Wlalked away froni him rind as I wal ked a way he said 'I'll clean all you. ? up.' '.Chore were Jadies as well ? as others wi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. (Before Mr. E. J. Harrison, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

''adelong police court YIKDNKSDAY, NOVKMBEU 3. (Before Mr. B. J. Harrison, I'M.) M. Skein,. I'oi; ' biiinfj; on the Batlow ' ,- Hotel liceubud i)remises during i)ro ?hibitcd hours on October 17, pleaded guilty by letter and was lined £1, with costs 10/. Seven clays allowed to pay; - z - . - . ? William Edward .Tones, for failing 'to deliver .his '.motor-car driver's' II-1 cense to the police for endorsement of renewal, \was fined 10/, with costs. Mr. Mackenzie, -for defendant, ex plained 'Hint ' defendant' hull lost his license. A like mim! against Mervy,n Minter was adjourned till next * court, 'the license having been forwarded to Sydney with the fees.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE JUNEE TRAGEDY SOME PARTICULARS OF THE TERRIBLE TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

THE JUNEE TRAGEDY SOME PARTICULARS OF THE TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Further particulars of the shocking death of Adelong's beloved girl, the late Miss Claire Prowso, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. Prowso (storekeeper), show tho callousness of tho dreadful affair. She had been ?keeping company, just in a girland boy manner, for some time with Smith previous to leaving Adelong. On Friday last Smith wired from Syd ney to her to the effect that ho was coming to Junee. They met on the Saturday, and apparently matters were just as usual. On the Sunday night, following her usual custom, Miss Prowse went to the Methodist Church, and Smith saw her home to the gate of Mr. W. D. Smith's' resi- dence where Miss Prowse resided; Mr. and Mrs. Smith (no relations to -the young man) were in bed on the ?verandah reading, when, without a sound of a struggle or an exclama tion, Miss Prowse rushed to the verandah and fell on Mr. Smith's bed. She presented an awful spec tacle, tho throat being cut deeply an...

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

' ASSAULT . Constable Donald William ' McLean , liiid.au' information against Carl Asl '' mus/of Mt: Iloreli, for unlnwful- as ? sa'ult-in.the'oxm-ution of his duty.. ? - :. Asimus proceeded against McLean; and the latter c-hargi'd Thomas Wall with assault, all arising. out, -of the Oiie^JuippeninK. -By, consent' of. the w,.,.n'i« Mu- wises were heard together. , .&U'. Iftftjiv fUr«f?lsti««l by Sergt. ? , for Asimus null Wiftjl. ' l- ' '' -. [ ' The case was Minded on the infor mation of McLean v. Asimus. . ' Cons-table D. W. McLuny, stationed -at Adolong. deposed : In -the course ot mv duty on' Oct. 22 last wns'inspect Jujj v 1WU7 InclUHes at Gunlwuiiitowa i and Mt. Horeb. Am a new constable in Hie district and did not know my way about. Completed inspection of tho Grahamstown Hotel arid en quired of tin1 whoreaobuts1 of other dailies. Saw Worldon and Ililley in a car. Had one; soft-drink in the ho tel with a man named Moon. Had no other drinks. There were others there. Pro...

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

Adelong Jockey Club Registered A.J.C. Affiliated S.D.R.A SPRING MEETING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1925 xSO | PRIZE MONEY | '£80. First Race starts at .2. 35 p.m. ? Course . in , good ; order. Splendid. Shade, :L. ;P. R00HE, Secretary. 'Phono No 33.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

NICK HAWKEN'3 Refreshment Rooms la where a hearty meal ?? supplied arid can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-5tr«eti tumut.

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

GADARA SHIRE ELECTIONS , We understand', that the following ?;caftdidatos aro to stand for the Gadara Shire election :— 'A' Riding.— S. L. -Crain, R. J. Benson, Richard W.' Prowso. 'B' Riding.— A. W. Beach, H. Godfrey, D. Herlihy, W. T. Webb. 'C' Riding.— Alex Davis, G. C. Brown, A. E. Herring/A. N. Stacy.

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

Biscuits and Calces, fiesli and in variety at MALL.0S' DUOS' Sundau Shop, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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HUME ELECTORATE. COUNTRY PARTY ORGANISATION An Appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. VICTOR MIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

HUME ELECTORATE. COUNTRY PARTY ORGANISATION An Appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. VICTOR M1ERS. (By J. E. JELBART) With a reputation to maintain for, honesty of purpose in my public life, I now feel it my duty to convey to the Electors my belief that, if Mr. vrr.TOR, MIERS is returned as the MEMBER for the HUME, the people will realise, as time proceeds, that they have been fortunate in securing a most CAPABLE and CONSCIEN TIOUS REPRESENTATIVE, and, with his good WIFE, they will en dear themselves to the people amongst whom they will freely mix. Knowing Mrs. MIERS as I do, I feel sure she possesses many virtues and talents which will enable her to as sist her husband as Mrs. EARLE PAGE is assisting our worthy COUN TRY PARTY LEADER in his efforts, among other things, to improve living conditions in our country districts. Written and authorised by J. E. JELBART, 'Stony Park,' Jin dera.

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

The very choh'est of high-class Iionie-mudc Confectionery obtainable ut MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Tumut,

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

FISHING Scores of Isaac- Walton's desciples were to be seen 'On the Road to Gundngai' on Sunday last, the day of days for those who go in pursuit of the wily, subtle trout. Many were caught, so we were informed, varying in measurement from a 'foot-rule' to the length of a ship's cable; but /iratkfust-taWe odours on Monday morning confirmed the reality of the presence, of salmon. A party from the 'Woolpack.' Tumut, secured no less than five score bi-valves (oys ters) at Gundagai. The day was hot and efforts were in consequence desultory. Authentic Information ou the hauls of the opening day is awai ted.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Wynyard-st, Tumut WILL OPEN THE ABOVE CAFE IN THE SHOP OCCUPIED BY EL. PHICKS Bunitij Earlf Mo¥empeF0 AND THE MISERY THEY It must be clear to every sensible unionist and his .wife that the- con trol of the unions has gone out of the hands of the steady aud /sensible men, and is in the hands of a few extremists. Because the sensible men have- lost control, their, unions -are .laun ched into strikes and difficulties that ? are , ruining industry, i causing wide . spread 'unemployment, and making it more and more difficult for us to meet the competition of the .world. „ The Brnee-Piige Government undertakes to restore' '? to ; unionists- the absolute control or their own ?unions, oy an- insistence on ;;tnc secret oauot. Unionists who want to see unionism the free, splendid thing it was, and cani should VOTE FOR THE . FOR THE HUME i™™*™™™-. .^ ? VOTE 3_ DUNCAN -j A«*»«« -P#»w«*JL,Ji 3- MASSEY GREENE Angus Lamped! *. thomas 5. ABOTT (C.P.) | AND RID AUSTRALIA OF THE TYRANNY OF COMMUNISM ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE TURF TUMUT TURF CLUB NOMINATIONS FOR SPRING MEETING. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

THE TURF TUMUT TURF CLUB NOMINATIONS FOR SPRING MEETING. FIRST I»JV FIRST HURDLE RACE, 21 miles Maltworthy Snow Prince Final Extra Brayette MAIDEN TLATE, Sfurs Sylvalene . Lady Baverstock Tromack Valarose Bulga Bill Dartmoor Change Here Marion Court. Roseolous Bronze Morn SPRING HANDICAP, 1 mile Patinos Sans Pareil Maltworthy Kintaina Ackbar Exchange Final Extra Wild un STORTS HANDICAP, 6f ur . Patmos David Wrathall Kiniiiibnh Koseshot Spanish Beggar Exchange L.E. Lunar .Rose Malehera FIRST TRIAL HANDICAP, 6fur. Miss Track Bill Bunsow Flourish Lady Baverstock David Wrathall Jptmau Lass Franc Good ?Safrnnnv Wihito Ensign ' . Elhu-lch ?Miss Mac Feimlbex Prymont . Seasheight Brayette HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP, 7fur David Wrathall Sans Pareil Dartmoor Jack Dighton El Soult . Curie Ellarich ? ? , Ackbar , ' - ? ' Spanish Beggar ' ? ' ' ' Wildun Maldera. ' ' SECOND DAY SECOND HURDLE RACE, 3i mile Maltworthy Snow Prince Final Extra Urayette MAIDEN HANDICAP, Cfurs Slyvalene Lady Baverstock Valaro...

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

Doan's Reports Investigated NO RETURN OF ILLNESS FOR TWO YEARS. We are answering a very important question to-day, viz: 'Do the people who say they have been cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stay cured?' A medicine which cures merely for a day or a week' is worth less; it is only a tonic or a purgative. But a medicine wmcu urives ua w~ ness away so that it stays away, that medicine does all medicine can do. We have been verifying our earlier published cases, and we are pleased to say that the result of our investi gations has been most gratifying. The cures by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are permanent cures. Here is proof of this statement: Mrs. Frank Barrett, who lives in Gundagai, says:— 'After trying all sorts of kidney remedies my husDana is convinced that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stand ahead of any me dicine known for curing backache and other symptoms of kidney disorder. He suffered for months from pains across the small of his back, and could get nothing to relieve ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB SPRING MEETING. A programme of sw events is to be run off to-morrow at the Spring race meeting of the Atlelong Jockey Club. Given fine weather a good attendance is expected. The course is in excel lent order and the improvements in tue shade trees this year will give ample shelter from the sun's rays should the weather prove hot. Com ing as the first of the sequence of the group of three neighboring towns meetings, all the horses nominated are pretty sure of competing. The following are the nominations : — THE WEIGHTS. FLYING HANDICAP, Gfur.— Ex change Ost, Kinilibah 7.10, L.E. 7.5. MAIDEN PLATE, 5fui\— Sylvalone 8.11, Lee Mack 8.11, Valarose 8.9, Marion Court 7.11, Fenny X 8.10. SPRING HANDICAP, 7fur.— Ex- change Ost, Sans Pareil 7.12,' Final Extra 7.5, Snow Prince 7.5, El Soult 7.5, Kinilibah 7.10. TRIAL STAKES, 8fm\— Bill' Bun sow 8.10, Lee Mack 7st, Franc Good 7.10, Finnibex 7.3, Ellarich 7.6, Miss iiiiujv I.*, miss mac yst, -.Brayette 7.5. ' ? \ PRESIDENT'S ...

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

LOAN FOR PROPERTY PURCHASE. £50 ? to ? £10,000 .VI G per cent. Interest for 20 Years. BECOME A SHAREHOLDER INSURE YOUR LIFE BORROW YOUR POLICY MONEY The Generai Finance Mercantile In surance Coy., Ltd., Foreman House, 226a George Street, SYDNEY. CAPITAL — £250,000. The object of The General Mercan tile Insurance Coy. Ltd., is to lend you liny sum from f50 to £ 10.000 at C per ?- nt interest for 20 years. C ENABLE YOU TO PURCHASE VOUK OWN HOME ORCHARD OH i'ARM. lull Particulars and Pamphlet on Application. NOTICE. FOR SALE OR WANTED. ; The General Finance Mercantile In surance Coy. Ltd., have some hundreds of Clients who desire to purchass farms nnd houses, nnd we sbnll be ulcased to receive particulars of any ?, farm or house in tlie district for sale, or from persons who desire to pur- ?fcese. The General Finance Mercantile In 6uraii2e Company, Ltd., (REGISTERED). (With which is incorporated The General Finance Mercantile Coy.). To . \- t of New South Wales. 1888. TO STAND THE SEAS...

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

O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, Is prepared to supply all functions with Peter's Famous ' Ice Cream. 'Phone 118. FEDERAL ELECTIONS HUME ELECTORATE NATIONALIST CAftU'AIGN Angus Campbell Endorsed National Candidate for the! Hume, WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT ADELONG ' ' TO-MORR0W( SATURDAY) NIGHT ?at S o'clock. ROLL UP ! AND HEAR THE LIVE WIRE CANDIDATE Authorised by S. McCULLOClI, Nationalist Organiser, Gundagai. PIGS! PICS! PICS! S. V. Best & Co Beg to advise owners of PIGS that a truck will be loading at TUMUT on MONDAY, 9th NOVEM BER, for their WAGGA SALE !on 11th NOVEMBER. ?.;?.'?' OWNERS WISHING ' TO LOAD, KINDLY ADVISE ED. WILKINSON and SON, TUMUT, or S. V. BEST and Co.,' Pig Salesmen, WAGGA. O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, has again been appointed an agent for Peter's Famous Ice Cream ' for the coming season. LOOK! MOTHER, LOOK! Choice Fruit DIRECT FROM THE ORCHARDS AT WHOLESALE PRICES Only available at THE LEETON FRUIT DEPOT. Watch out for Lorry and St...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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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 SPECIAL INDENT OF THE SUPPLY IS -LIMITK1) AND CANNOT ISIS REPLACED' SAUCEPANS : - I'lnts 2 3 -1 5 (i 7- 8 !) 10 Price 3/11, 4/0, o/ii,~5/l\, 0/(-, 7/;!, -7/0, S/3,,8/0 ROUND POTS : ' ' ' - ' '''' Pints 12 10 20 24 Price 0/0, 11/0, W,' -15/0 . -, , L OVAL TOILERS : .'-'*,' oaiw. 2 2i' 3 ,', - -i ' 1'iitv 10/9, 18/0^10/Os il«/(i ?;' ' j' ? MASLIN KETTLES : '' /J' ' ' - ' '- ► =' ' Pinh 10 20-' 2-1 . Price 12/0, 14/, 10/. ~- TEA-POTS i ; - '' ' I'lul« 2 3 ?] , -- ' Pi ice -i/y, -1/0, 0/a_ KETTLES : Pints 3 4 5 C S Price 4/0, 5/, 0/0, 0/3, 7/(1 ; Motor Funeral Directors. s. '' ,Havo just installed an up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking purposes, ^ rand are prepared to cater for all requirements in this direction, within; a * radius ot :50 miles of. Tumut. £ L NO INCREASE OF CHARGES FOR MOTOR SERVICE 'i'-.~ ? ' '' ,.'?- - Qs- 'Special arrangements can bo made for the » conveyance o£ mourners ?»~:by motor car at a moderate additiona...

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A Symptom of Prosperity. TUMUT'S BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

A Symptom of Prosperity. TUMUT'S BAND, THE .Town without u Bund has no soul. Tumut hns its Band. It runs its own Musical Festivals ; it is forming ti : Choral Society ; and is alive. Invariably it is a high light on the spirit ?nndv prosperity of n town when it boasts a good band of its own . Th-c dull flat, starkly, unin tirostiliK side of the picture is the town that hasn't a Band. Men tion any town of fair size in Austra lia that is simply racing; ahead, sham ing others by its prosperity, doing 'the 'business that other towns nearby ought to bo doing, selling its property well, going in1 for line buildings, good roads, beautiful -parks, modern health methods, and all the bust in the way of communal amenities, and at once is able to add, 'Yes, and that town has got a line Band, too !' Every youngsror rciis .vom iuu jnusi, imiui five of all the reasons why there should bo ii Band in his town when he rushes out to joy in it, march at its Bitle or in its wake if it happens to be marc...

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