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

METHODIST. Gundagai, 11 a.m. Grahamstown, 3 p.m. Adelong, 7.30 p.m. REVi MORICE J. BL0K. 'A. & T. EXPRESS.' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1925 True to our principles.

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

Tumut Hydro-Electric Scheme THE people of these important dis tricts are very much dissatisfied with the reception by the Govern ment of the day given to their re quest for the power to be conceded to the Tumut Municipal and Shire Councils to form a County Council, with the object of utilizing the head waters of the Tumut River for gen erating electric current for indus trial and lighting purposes. More over, they are not content to remain placated by' the dictum that it is part and parcel of a State scheme for ut ilization of the sources of a water supply and hydro-electric power as an adjunct to or part of the Burrenjuclc electric scheme already consummated in the one direction and in course of bringing to fruition in the other. The matter has too important a signific ance for this district for the people to let it pass as a final and irrevoca ble decision. Why Premier Lang should say to the country pressmen in conference assembled that his Ministry was prepared to give a County C...

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

Why is it HOWITT Sells So Many Bottles of Wine? Because he sells Health Giving SYDNEY PRICES i nOri i Wii»eSou^e TUMUT.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. BOMBOWLEE CREEK AND CALAFAT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

MINING. BOMBOWLEE CREEK AND CALA.' FAT. ;Mr. IE. A. White, general manager ? of- the. Eelctrolytic Refining and Smel ? ting .Co., Port . Kembla, has been in '.Tu'mut for the past few days conclud ing arrangements for the re-working ( of ; the Bombowlee Creek Mine, to prove or disprove the existence of large bodies of sulphide ore in the property. It the large ore body from the surface in Day's shaft down to the tunnel, showing at 50ft. for 28ft. in width, lives below the tunnel, it should turn out a very valuable ad . junct to the mining resources of this district, as the value of the ore has already been ascertained from a .trial* parcel of 100 tons treated at the com pany's reduction works at Port Kem bla. Development work, under the management ofi Mr. Alex Godkin, from Mt. Morgan, Queensland, has been commenced and will' be contin ued vigorously, as well as sloping ore at the intermediate levels. The fu , ture of that. part of the district, and for that matter introduction of cau...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL Butcher's Small Goods at MALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumuti ? ? * * The Eight-hour Dance at Gvahanis town for the Tumut and Gundagai Hospitals gave a return of £18/11/, which was equally divided between the two institutions. * * ? ? Mr. Angus Campbell, Nationalist live-wire candidate for the Hume Federal seat, speaks . at Adelong to morrow night. Mr. Parker Moloney, the Labor candidate and sitting mem ber, delneis his addiess at Tumut to-moiiow night. ♦ * ? * Constable Matl. Casfulj, a nathe of Adjunbillj, was accidentally diowned at Gnfhth on Tuesday night. Mis C.issidy (nee Miss McGrath, of Bombowlee Creek) left 'Tumut on Wednesday for Griffith. No1 parti culars as1 to the cause of the drown ing arc to hand. ing are to hand . The corpse is being brought to- Tumut to-day for intern ment, and the funeral takes place this afternoon ? ? ? ? At Cootamundra Cucuit Couit last week William Fiancis Meadows se cured:a verdict for'f 5G0 - (the full' am- ount claim...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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SPORT AND PASTIME CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

SPORT AND PASTIME CRICKET Tumiit cricketers go to Mti Pleas ant on Sunday next jn quest of the Stabback Cup, which Mt. Pleasant decisively won in the final match last season. The team will be composed nf finv '\A7illrinar»n TU Qliallra-ir z*1 Barnett, D. Young, B. Heilmann, Tiche Riley, Les Ryan, Geoff. Harris, C. E. Jepsen, J. Nuttall, G. Ander son. The motor bus leaves the Post Office at 9.30 a.m.

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

Cool Drinks of all descriptions, drawn through ice in the latest Am erican Soda Fountain, obtainable at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Tu mut. Protect your eyes from dust and glare of the sun. Goggles and Smoked Glasses for every purpose. — H. D. SMART, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Tumut. The Hon. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., has been advised by the Under Secretary, Chief Secretary's Department, that a consignment of three cans of rain bow trout was despatched from the Prospect Hatchery to Mr. A. Wallis, Yarrawonga, Batlow, for liberation in the Bago Creek waters. O—O—O—O — 0 — O—O—O—O—O ? 1 0—0—0—0 — 0 — O — O — 0—0—0 ? o '''?'? c 9 , 9 r (All Bnhsk) ? ? I ?'??'? v I I OontlierE f anna bm$. station \ d, Tumut and Cootamundra. { I ' ' _q — q — o — 0 — O — 0 — O — 0 — 0 — O — O — 0 — 0— O'-O — 0—0 — O — 0 — O

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

THE MARKETS At Homebush to-day 39,000 sheep were penned. The quality was fair and the market firm with a tendoncy to harden for prime, but irregular for others. Cattle.— 3400 were yar ded. The market was linn for good to prime, but otherwise irregular. Chaff, wheaten to 8/6, oaten II to 8/3, lucerne 8/- to 8/6. Hay, lucerne, small .8/- to 9/ ; large, 6/- to II; oaten S/6. Potatoes, local, old, 11/- to 14/. Onions, 23/. Maize, G/6. No' wheat available. NEW YORK, Thursday. New York Stock Exchange sales to-day totalled 2,904,500 shares which is a new high record for the year and only exceeded once in the history of the Exchange. Frenzied buying of steel shares was a feature of the re cord.— Austral Press. SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday. Roy Andrews, noted American ex plorer and naturalist, returned from an expedition, to MopeoIk uml Gobi desert, said he found traces of hu man beings who lived twenty thous and years ago, and forty prehistoric dinosaur eggs, probably ten million years old. The ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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"The Consumptives' Village Settlement Scheme" [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

'The Consumptives' Village Settlement Scheme' There is one link missing in the chain of agencies which deal with that dread disease, tuberculosis, and ,tlmt is a village settlement for con sumptives. To-day a man with a wife aud chil dren, if be becomes infected with T.B. either continues at work Until lii« r*MiirliHnit i« lioiH'less. or ITOPS td an institution, where he is ' cut off from his family, and is surrounded by sufferers in the last stages of the dis ease . He often -prefers to remain with his family^ and ''as their source of income has disappeared, lie is found, as a rule, dwelling with them in a slum house, and short of the bare necessaries- of life. This con stantly involves the spread of infec tion to the children, and families are come across in, which several members, are suffering from T.B. in some form or other. The village settlement scheme wo uld remedy this by providing such; families with an opeji-air cottage, rent tree, in aneainiy uistnct wnere a man cau live...

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

BATLOW GENERAL ITEMS A very interesting address was given on Friday night in the open air by Mr. V. Micrs, Country Tarty can didate for the Federal electorate of Hume. Mr. Miers received a good lii'tiring, there being no interruptions. He I'.vpluitK'd matters regarding Com munism in our liiulst very lucidly, mid asked ithe people to vote for law iind order, for principles, not men, und tin: Australian Flag in prefer ence to the Red Flag. If he could not win a seat in Parliament by fair means he disdained to resort to foul means. At the exams, held at Batlow School hist Friday, three pupils from Batlow, viz : Robert Eastoe, Brenda Morton and Leslie Skein, sat for the bursary exam., and one from Ku naiiiii, Ki'iia Trunible, while Ethel Dicksmi, also of Kuiiiima, sat for the scholarship exam. A heavy thunderstorm passed over Butlow earlji ^lnst Friday moriung1, Jl-i points being registered. llain was badly needed, as strong winds of the past fortnight ' had dried the ground considerabl...

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

MISS ADA I NEWMAN, MISS ETHEL ATKINSON. CRfiFT-WORHERS BRISTOL HOUSE, 147 ELIZABETH. ST., SYDNEY. Orders Executed Wedding Presents in China, Leather, Wood, Etc. Special Lessons for Country Visitors Don't be-&S!av@ to Almost before you ate aware of your peril, you may fin-J that Rheumatism has you in its merciless Ijrip, and the results of neglected or wrongfully treated Rheumatism are not pleasant to contemplate. ' Make up your mind that Rheumatism shall not make a slave of you. Don't j 'hesitate. Don't waste precious time '- while the ailment gets a firmci hold upon you, but go to the chemist now, and get a bo'x of De Witt's Pills— the remedy that, for nearly forty years, has been used with success in all farts of the world. The cost is trifling, ami surely it is woith while tailing one or two pills when you. know that by doing so you will enjoy better health now, and ensure freedom from pain in the years to come. Do the right thing now — TAICE . KIDNEY & BLADDER P3...

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

[?] Weather Bureau Mr. Ines pros pects that widespread rain is very promising within the next 36 hours, coming from Queensland, and should penetrate the Western Districts to gether and other parts of the State. LONDON, Thursday. An official announcement gives 16 fatalities as the result of the Welsh dam disaster . — Reuters . SYDNEY, Thursday. Giving evidence in the Cbrnsack Enquiry to-day Henry Dawson, jute broker, stated that, in 1924, 52,000 bales of corn sacks were imported into N.S.W. A Bowen (Queensland) message states that the steamer, Port Hardy, is still loading sugar, the farmers go ing to work; but the railway employ ees, in defence of their Premier, re . fuse to carry more coiil . At Freemantle it is understood that the great bulk of the Borda and Or sova men are willing to resume work under the conditions offered, provi ded the terms are suitable to the Strike Committee in Sydney. The Premier, in the Legislative As sembly this morning replying to Mr. Chaff ey, stated th...

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

? I o—o^-o—o — o—o—o — o— o~o — o—o—o—o — o — o — o— o— o— o— o 0 Jr What you get in an ^^ \ 1 / RJ.A. Lever \ \ q pv Craftsmanship cqunl to -$$fc I ra what is popularly con- {W O Kft sidcred the special vir- l$l sfi | Eg tue of the most expen- #, Hftj O M sivc watchesis what you %-| | m get in an R.J .A. Lever. % °, Ik Gold filled 7 r / . -| Va from ? / J - ^^w': ?^K, I( 'las fi^lccn Jewels, M | *'-? ??????. W ^reguet Hairspring, K;l O ^Imti VIS anc' Cut Compensation fe| | » /« Balance. Can be had |S O W$&r -'n Gold or Silver |f I IS* English Hunting cases. js9 9 ?wo tVj I ^*^»w Silvcr 7 c:/ J/ ^SS&K 2oZ.casc /b/- ffl '???I ^_jl_w / Slf ? ?? I * ? ILEVERI ? ' ^§§^£1 II WW ? ILEVERI ? ' O . «____^^^^^-S^™ ~. O i : ;-~ ? I Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut ? A ? ? ' f o ? — o—O—O—O — 0—0— O—O—O — 0 ? 0—0 — 0 — 0—0—0—0 — 0 — 0—0 I , pO— 0 — 0—0—0 — 0—0 — 0—0—0 ? O—O—O — 0 — 0 — 0—0—0—0—0 ? o ? TM?T7'T?'VIC[ ' ?' ? i UjhShixX b ? I ' * ^ _ ^ ^^ I O (THE LEADING HOUSE...

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FROM ALL SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

FROMALLqSOURCES Tobaccos,- Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Tumut. * * * * Musical Festival Correction : Hymn Composition, Jean Nicholls 1 (73 points) , Agues Quarmby 2 (0i) points) . ? * * : ? ? Messrs. Last Bros, recently pur chased a nice 1000-aere property near Cootamundra. This week they gave delivery of their properly at Widgeon gully to Mr. P. J. Roche. Colonel 'Ford, one time headmaster at Xorth'Gundagai public school, has received further promotion . He has been transferred from'' Moss Vale to the charge^of North Goulburn public school . ' ' , ' ' * * ir» ? . i - - Mr,. George; Holm/ of the Criterion Hotel, Gundagai, has leased, for a term of three : years, . the . soldier set tlement farm of Mir. Reg. Gittoes, at Tarrabandra. Mr. Gittoes purposes leaving Gundagai district. ? * ? ? St. Phillip's Church', North , ? Syd ney, wab beautifully decorated -with wild boronia- and- flannel flowers ? on Saturday, October 17, when Miss- Lily Pink...

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Thrown From Buggy MR THOMAS WEST, OF BARMEDMAN, KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Thrown From Buggy MR THOMAS WEST, OF BARMED MAN, KILJ/ED. An unfortunate accident at Bar niedman caused the death of Me. Thomas West, of 'Warbilla;' aged about 70, one of the most widely know)! and highly respected residents not onty- of tliat locality, buf of the whole territory extending between Young and Wyalpng. Deceased wab driving in a buggy, taking lunches tq his two sons, who were harvesting on the farm, when the winkers fell off the horse and it bolted. Mr. AViesf, was turowi) out. lie was picked up alnioMt inimediatoly afterwards and conveyed home. Rfcdiical examina tion showed .that lie was not injured in any: way,- but death was caused' by shock, as deceased had been, suffering from heart trouble. He was a man of very line physique, being 23 stone, and reputed to be the biggest man in the district. Prior to taking up land at Barniedman. some 20 years ago, deceased had resided for a consider able time at Tliuddungra. He was one of the early pioneers of the Young district,...

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AGRICULTURAL THE LIFE OF A. LUCERNE STAND [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

AGRICULTURAL THE LIFE OF A.LUCERNE STAND The timo during which lucerne, once properly established, will continue to yield payable crops will be found to vary with the nature of the soil and subsoil, and tho use to which the use to which the plants are put. On the pest soils, such as the deep, well drained alluvial soils of the Hunter Valley, the period for which it will pay to crop lucerne before breaking up the ground is much longer tlnn on granitic uplands with an unfavorable subsoil or rock close to the surface. Grazing any kind of stock on lucerne is much more injurious to the life of the plants, owing to the consequent trampling, than removing the cutting for hay. While, therefore, it may be said that tho average profitable life of a lucerne paddock is seven years; this estimate will -be found to be the mean between rather wide extremes. Lucerne gradually dies out, the ter mination of the life apparently being duo to the plants losing their vitality, as all plants do; but the t...

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

JOB _PRINTING CLYDE G. WATSON (Lats A.l.F.) TUMUT TIMES & EXPRESS OFFICE, TUMUT. Having taken over the control of the : Job-printing Department in the above offices, I desire to notify the public that not only will the ordinary work. lor which this office has long been noted, be carried out in the same high standard of supenor workman Bhip as heretofore, but ' new lineB will be added to make it equal to the most efficient city office. Every class of work will be under taken. There is now no excuse for business people to send any of their printing work to the city. I can do it here. So why impoverish the town by sending the money else where. All jobs cut to BEDROCK PRICES. Quotations given at a glance. ^H **ft r*~l E2Z3 ^^ - a Speciality PIECES OF MUSIC RENOVATED AND BOUND INTO VOLUME8. BOOKS AND THEIR BINDING. 'Except a living man,. there is nothing more wonderful than a ? ? book ! — a message to us from ;'?'?? the dead — from human souls ?we never saw, who lived, perhaps. ?...

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THE COUNTRY PRESSMEN [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

THE COUNTRY PRESSMEN (By ECS In 'Dally Telegraph'). Empire-builders in their own way, these men of the country press, now foregathered in Sydney for their an nual conference. Not Burnhams nor Astors, perhaps, in world prestige or influence, but, nevertheless, men who do things, who get things done, and vruvaa contribution -toward uie gooa citizenship of our country is great indeed. From all over New South Wales they come. The man from Brokev Hill has traversed almflSt half a con tinent to rub shoulders with the scribe from the Tweed; Albury and Glen Innes sit side by ide; Kiverina, the North Coast, and Monaro— all are there; and in the Royal Society's Rooms they are vigorously threshing out big problems incidental to their c.aft or devising ways and means whereby the good of the outback they so well champion may ba subserved. Men of all types they arc, as var ied as the papers they represent. J. '^J« -lj 'i V '-'b llllvll IV 1111 O111UI1 , UC- whiskered and bare of face; hoary heade...

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Modern Tendencies ELDERS' RESPONSIBILITY LAXITY OF PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Modern Tendencies ELDERS' RESPONSIBILITY 'LAXITY 'OF PARENTS. ' The waywardness of ? the modern girl is not wlioiiy' the fault of the girl herself, according to Miss Lillian Faitll'full, who from '? her wide exper ience of girls, in her late capacity of principal of Cheltenham Ladies' Col lege, England, speaks with some au thority on the subject. In an ad dress at the Church Congress at East bourne, recently, Miss Faithfull de clared that paronts did not know their children because they themselves were involved in outsode pleasures. 'Elders must cultivate a better sense of proportion, and cease to be bound by old-fashioned ideas,' declared Miss Faithfull . 'It is irritating for young people to have smoking re garded as a crime or dress considered as vulgar. Wo must not forget that dress in every age has been ridicu lous. The Victorian crinoline, tight waists, and swishing skirts, were no bettor than the short frocks of the present day. Paint and powder, however much they may be depl...

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WEEKLY NOTES SOME BIG PETROL MILEAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

WEEKLY NOTES SOME BIG PETROL MILEAGES. On a recent Saturday the Royal Au tomobile Club of Australia concluded the contest year with a one day trial to Mount Kurrajong and back, a to tal distance o£ 102 miles. Although the reliability aspect o£ this outing was not of great significance and only two cars lost a couple of points each for defects developed en route, the fuel consumption test which was run off during the morning, provided some very striking examples of high petrol mileages. The conditions under which this trial of petrol mileage was conducted left no room for doubt, for the ordinary petrol tank of each car was disconnected from the carburet tor and a small cylindrical auxiliary tank, supplied by the officials, was furnished to each entrant, and was strapped to the wind screen standard, being connected to the carburettor by a flexible tubing. In reviewing some of the mileages which -were obtained it is but just that we should remem-- ber that 'coasting,' that is to say pe...

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