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Wool Classing TUITION IN COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Wool Classing TUITION IN COUNTRY. A resolution of the last State Con ference of the Agricultural Bureau was that wool classing be taught in the country ( as well as in Sydney) providing enough students are avail able. A statement from the Education Department, in reference to this re quest explains, that wool classes are already conducted by the Technical Education Branch at Armidale, Glen Inncs, Tamworth, Young, Bathurst, Goulburn, Moss Vale and Cowra. New classes are only established on the requisition of a sufficient number of applicants, and if the finances of the Department wiil permit of the ex penditure involved in the appointment of teachers and any payment of inci dental expenses. It is practically impossible, the De partment points out, to start isolated wool classes in the country, owing to the difficulty of getting tho services of a part time teacher likely to remain in the locality for any considerable time. Experience has shown that these classes can only be satisfacto...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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BROADCASTING 30th ANNIVERSARY OF WIRELESS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

BROADCASTING 30th ANNIVERSARY OF WIRELESS It is just thirty years since Gugli elmo Marconi, then a youth of twenty one, made the first wireless signal in his father's villa at Pontecchio, near Bologna, across a distance of a few yards from room to room . The ap paratus was simple. In tho transmit ter, the young inventor used an in duction coil to produce a spark be tween two balls, one of which was connected to a metal can hoisted on a mast, and the other to a metal plate in the earth. In the receiver he used an 'electric eye,' a small tube con taining metal filings, which allowed a current of electricity to pass through them only when they were under the influence of an electric wave. The 'electric eye' was also connected to an aerial and earth, and the passage of a current through it constituted a signal, because it could be used to make any recording instru ment click. Marconi found that this arrange ment of conductors gave the maxi mum of reliable effect with the mini mum of ene...

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

SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT A family vehicle in the best sense of the word. Economical to own- e&sy to .... drive, comfortable to ride ih, and smartly equipped with - ' many attractive features. Australian S'eVen-Seater Touring £385 ? Australian Standard Touring . ?. &3Q5 . . - .?*? Australian De Lua& Touring .-. £3S5 ? Stanoarbised Motors Limited. t- £52. CASTLEREABH STREET, SYDNEY £ s- Associate dealer A. B. HOGAN TUMUt ff 'Be it eilet so humblei % g There's no place like home?'. % g Home is fldt ahvays the place tif our birth— nof S & is it indeed the place where we dwell, or wherd § K we associate with blood relatives. ? ' l 1 Home is where happiness is — and good health* I | John Haig Whisky has been supplying these - i ' B two blessings since 1627. g Bottles, Half Bottles, Flasks and Half Flasks at all | IS Hotels and Bottle Stores. a I . Agents : TOOHEYS LTD. 1 j _ „ ? —rrr Turning a small outlay [ (%? J into a big profit i* *3k--...

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

OWAKYILLA JERSEY AND MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIG &TUDFAEM Ta:flUT, n.sw DAIRYMEN, NOTE !— That our JERSEY STOCK are founded on the combination of the following blood Ifnes : — - k BRIGHTON KING (Imp.) PROMETHUS (Imp.). and RtTFORD MARAPOSA. The above are the BEST lor TYPE and UTILITY to be found. OUR COWS Are under GOVERNMENT HERD. TESTING. These are the figures that count. MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIGS are bred from the MELBOURNE and SYDNEY ROYAL CHAMPIONS, and are.. strong in DRAYTON CHIEF and PRESTON PETER BLOOD. Young BULLS and HEIFERS, BOARS and SOWS FOR SALE. ' All Registered in Stud Books. Very Liberal Terms, If necessary. Inspection Invited. .. Apply at THE FARM, or 'Phone TUMUT 77. SPECIAL NOTICE. Owing to NUMEROUS INQUIRIES from SMALL FARMERS, we have decided to STAND at STUD a High=elass Jersey Bull AT A VERY NOMINAL PRICE. This is to help and establish JERSEY STOCK in our locality. A PURE YORKSHIRE B04R AT 10/6 PER SERVICE. SERVICE QUARANTINED. Particulars on' application at FA...

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The Grand Old Pioneer THE PASSING OF MRS MACKAY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

The Grand Old Pioneer THIS PASSING OF MRS MACKAY .I'roh'ulily the lust of the piibtoral pionoevs of the Cootuiuundva dlhtrid imshud when Mrs. 'Alexumler Muc koy, -of 'JVnUenclboen' Station, on Hie' evening of October 19, ended her 'low? unr'thly life. She wis laid to .rest (it Yuss, 'beside her little daugh ter, Annie, \yho died many years iigo, and .her 'husband, who predeceased her by 37 years, since ilrs. Mae y kay, a' bride of 20 years, arrived in Sydney by 'The European,' probably 'about, the first passenger stenmer to (?each that port, 70 years have come ^incl , Roue. 'Wool teams still camped oil 'Brickfield ' Hill, railways were practically unknown in Australia, [wood and passenger clippers as .vet filled the seas, when ,her husband' brought her by road from Sydney to1 ;,W.alleridbeon, ; for .motor .cars were ? then not even dreamed of. Wallond beeii township had yet to be born, '(Cootamundra was probably represen 'ted ))y Barnes' store and hotel, virgin bnsh covered : bhe go...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Why Bushmen Seldom Marry [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 6 November 1925

Why Bushmen Seldom Marry Close in, at Wanaaring, N.S.W., which real Inlanders call a Suburb of Sydney, the local constable was re cently overjoyed by the arrival of an heir. After allowing for the bonuB, he has1 to put by £1 per week for a whole . year to replace the £57 paid, chiefly for motor hire, on the occa sion of the doctor's visit. Yet he can reckon himself lucky; a station man ager in Pilbarra had to bank up again at that rate for practically four years in order to restore his savings! Can one wonder that the average bushman remains unmarried? Now, the nation cannot look on in uncon cern, remarking, as unthinking hear ers do, 'That's his funeral!' If thousands— it is a matter of thousands — of our most virile and ad venturous pioneers, comprising our A.I. human stock, are allowed to re main celibate, sinking under the scythe of time without trace; and if the lands to centre, and north, and west,, are thus allowed to remain practically void of real family life, that will ind...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Delicious Ice Creams, served sty lislily ut MALLOS 1BKOS' Sundae Shop, Wynyard-strcot, Tumut.

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STORAGE OF MAIZE SILOS SUPPORTED FOR GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

STORAGE 0F_MAIZE SILOS SUPPORTED FOR GUNDA. GAI. A large and representative meet ing of farmers and others interested in the erection of silos to store the Murrumbidgee maize was held at the Royal Hotel, Gundagai, last Saturday afternoon. There were present; — Messrs. B. Wilson (chair), MacDon nlrl 'Rln-nn r* ? Weeden, Holman, Shepherd, Brown rigg, Tout, J. and A. Elworthy, Sul livan, J. Oliver,- Robinson, Rolles, F. and E. Brooke, J. and S. Gardiner and True. Mr. Gardiner was appointed hon. secretary. In opening the Chairman said that some time back Mr. Wenholz, the Government expert of the Agricultu ral Department, was in Gundagai and told a meeting that Gundagai was suitable for the erection of silos to olujc jiiuizb, auu uns meeting was called to get a move on in that direc tion. Mr. Wenholz suggested the calling of a meeting to urge the Go vernment to go into the scheme and he said he would be pleased to come along and explain the whole matter. ; . In reply to Mr. Hargreaves as...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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MAN ROASTED ALIVE DIES IN GUNDAGAI HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

MAN ROASTED ALIVE DIES IN GUNDAGAI . HOSPITAL ? -Alfred . Manus,' who was : literally. roasted, and .rwalked into Gundagai- 1 i: Hospital for, treatment, died-.on Wed- | nesday. .He showed -remarkable ? pluck, and: when the ; doctor . ;.pro- I i: nounced his case as - hopeless,'.; lie , i said : 'It's all right, doc.; have you got a fag ?' ... Joe Hennessy, riding, aong the Sydney-Melbourne road, 12 miles from Gundagai, came across this roasted man. Every stitch :of his clothes had been burned off him. All the skin was off his back,, and most of the front of his body and, half his. whiskers were- gone. i When asked what had happened, I the man said the sun, did. it. I He was brought to Gundagai Hos- I pital. When a doctor examined him i he pronounced his case, as hopeless. ! The patient said, 'It's all' right, doc.; have -you got a : fag?' - Manus left a wife and family at Melbourne, and was tramping home r; to them. It is ? supposed - that he went to sleep whilst smoking, and the l...

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Fire at Tumblong [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Fire at Tumblong An unfortunate and disastrous fire occurred at 'Noondah,' Tumblong, the property of Messrs. Connell Bros., at midday 011 Tuesday last. During the temporary absence of the Women folk and children whilst car rying lunch to the men in the pad dock, the dwelling mysteriously cau ght alight. Noticing the smoke is suing from the house during lunch, the men galloped to the spot, but the flames had such a grasp that it was impossible to get near the building. The building being ol weatiiei iioaid construction, the house and contents were very soon reduced to ashes, without any salvage whatever, the contents including a piano (piacti cally new) . Tiie contents were in sured in the Queensland Insurance Company, represented by Mr. F. W, Tweedie, Tumut, and we understand the building was also insured. Not withstanding this InsiUiiiice, Messis Connell Bros, will be heavy losers, 1 and they have the sympathy of all who know them .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Butcher's Small Goods at MALLOS' BROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumut. O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, has again been appointed an agent for Peter's Famous Ice Cream for the coming season. GOVERNMENT NOTICES TENDERS. : : i ATTENTION : is directed to Notifi- i cation 1 published in Government G{iz- | ette of 30th . October and subsequent issues, : inviting Tenders - for Repairs i and .Plainting, rPolice Station, Ade long. -Specification, etc., may be seen at Court House, Adelong; and District - Works Office, Cootamundra. Tenders addressed to . the President. i; Tender Board, Public Works Depart ment, . Sydney, will be received up to .2 p.m. on 23rd November. M. M. FLANNERY, - Minister for Public Works and Railways'; (C.34S). 1 TENDERS, plainly endorsed, will : be - received at the DISTRICT FOREST OFFICE, TUMUT, up to 9th ^DE CEMBER, 1925, for (a) DEMOLI TION OF BUILDING on Bago State Forest No. 560, and- (b) RE-EREC-. ; TION,- on Green Hills State Forest- 'in ?No -657. Separa...

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MR. MOLONEY AND THE COMMONWEALTH SHIPPING LINE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

MR. MOLONEY AND THE COM MONWEALTH SHIPPING LINE ' (To the Editor. ?- SIR, — 'Would .tou please grant 1110 a little space' in your valuable- columns to publish the enclosed extracts from 'Hansard.' At the conclusion of Mr. Parker Moloney's address last Satur day night; I asked dilm what was -the. loss on the Commonwealth Shipping Line. He said there was no -loss. I told liim 'there - was nearly halfa million of a^loss. He replied, *'I don't -believe you !' I said 'I. will ?publish -the ^statement : and /give - you * Lhe date of 'Ilansaul.' You will, then he ' compelled-- to ; believe : pine . You \ciiu now, Mr. Moloney, grin be bind your smoke-screen as, long as yoj^ like, and .the-jeeung ua\\d you'^liad' assisting ' you.— I am, .etc!, ' ltOBERT JOYCE, ' ' - Tumut, 9/ll/r25. ? ???.?:EExtttiet8.''-sironl--- -.-'Hniisurd':} DEBATE IN T1IE 'SENATE, ,13th i July, 1923. 'SENATOR WILSON (South1 Aus tralia), Hon* .'.Minister..1 A statement showing the position o£ the Coinnion ? wealth- - Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

POST OFFICE HOTEL ADEI.ONG (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 be 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 CALL I A JOVIAL WELCOME FOR ALL. ?PHONE 9. .Fitzroy Street, Tnnmt. Hides, Firs & Skin-buyer. Bert Eggieton. Has removed business to Fitzroy -street, Tumut, In the Spat rah Motor Garage Building, next to the ADVOCATE office. All descriptions o£ FURS, HIDE8 AND SKINS PURCHASED. H1GHE8T MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL TOO LARGE. ' I 1 'p* ''j' ^ I ' 'The Wine of Life' I Obtainable at a Licensed Houses. j CALDWELL'S WINES LTD, j | 72-82...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

J,JS?CS.W BITOCTOKT ON- ? '? BALLOON ! TYRE S: as on all others the name GOODYEAR ; stands for supreme quality and depend { ability. | ' r j 'iYe your Goodyear Dealer, j Terracing! Made Easy— Bigger ^ I crops, bcrtcrfarms with Farm DikW '^^Terrattf & Road Grader J Cuts Ditch V-nbftpPfl to 4 fpol ? CrmlcH KucmIb I All Bteet-^-PmcHcal— Adjustable— Reversible— No wheela, lovera.coRR to get out of fix. Also ek-uns tUtcheB.cuts and works out dirt fame time. work of big tnachlnoB, saves work of IdO mon. pro ▼rntii crop failures, roclalmo abandoned (and. PULL PA*TtcuLAna rmc r won J. B. WALLIS LTD. ? Cbollis House. Martin Place, Sydney I WffiMderEMS ----------- Cue to® J © (SIZE lO x 7) -3 J has been welcomed into thousands of Aus- [# Stralian Homes in the past four months, and «? is proving to be a ^ ! Real ©o®dl Tnnsaekeepeff || J with no springs to break or key to wind. 5 [ Just pull up the weight once a day and it 5 ! jr. W'^ ^or a S^eration. S r Children love to hear »J Ttae C...

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The Paper Man. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

The Paper Man. I'm- glad I nra a paper man, 1 I really am indeed ; It comes to me that editors Get everything they need ; ? They- get the biggest and the 'best Of everything that grows, And get in free to circuses- ' 1 i ' And nfllDT tinrlu tiTi/\nfn . :'.'A ? i When a mammoth Xmas-cak'e is .. made. '..??? ' . They always -get ;a . slice For sayinc;- Mrs . ~ Smith knows how To make it very nice. The- 'big bugs' .all salute them, ? : No:, matter how they ? dress ; : A shabby coat is no thing if — You run a printing preBs. I They ; never, have much money — ? 1 'For working :night and ;day— Some^people - take the ;paper, : ' iBut always fail to pay. .However, they are happy — | iAnd::it's -certain by-and-bye They'll have; a .cosy corner ,-. f - With the angels in the sky,.-,.r.- _ ? ' r ? ' lr ' '? * ' 'The. chap ;Wlio 'never: ;paid, thentT^s-.' - v ''I wouldn't iilte ; to tell— (But if thev eo ito' Heaven. . Then we should go to — well, Where the balmy breezes., : i r , They. say -can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

NICK HAWKEN'S Refreshment Rooms Is where a hearty meal Is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut. ? ? * The letter appearing in Tuesday's issue under the heading of ?the. ''Tu mut Co-oporative Dairy Co., .Ltd;'-, was written by Moreton. J. Colycr, Gocup. The signature was: omitted: in the. type. ' ; * » » i » ,'f' '? :Mr. ' Parker Moloney,. M.H.R., ad-; . dressed a ' meeting at Grahamstown ?on -Friday: night. Mr. Goodin,' .M.L'. A.,' also addressed a ?: -'meeting on /Sunday morning, in support .of ; Mr. -Moloney's -. candidature ; v- . . .» * » ?' ;» .- V ' ' Mr; :Syd: Scarlett has finished .the telephone: line connecting Weejasper with - -Tomorroma, . and - there is now .a direct line : from . Yass to . Tumut which .will greatly -facilitate telephone communication between the two towns; Mr Asbury, who was sup-, orlntendent, - was impressed by the ? wild territory through which the new line passed. He saw mobs of kan garoos, -but the...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

MINING The Calafat GoUlfield has received a fillip - in public estimation - by j rea son of the trial bulk parcel of ore, taken from : the. 200-tons dump on the prospectors' ^'(Messrs . , Jas. McEvoy, Patk. Hallor'an, W. 'J. - Fraser and I-I . W . Baker) gold mine. A ? cut was made' clean into ' the centre of the 'dump and the parcel taken was more ifrom the lower levels than from the rich surface shoots. -The result of the testing of the 12tons sent through the Port Kembla Elec trolytic- Ore Reduction Works was: a return of 13ozs of gold, which is re garded as an excellent return, and: is -a: guarantee that the reet will be. further developed. The Califat field lias not had a fair deal ill the public eyes owing to -several contributing adverse circumstances, but this good return will again bring it into pro minence with mining investors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

v ,. j, Sydney, npvomber 7th, 1925, ladies and Gentlemen, . .... _? The Senate candidates have found it Impossible, between the dissolution of Parliament and Polling Day, to visit all portions of this vast State. They .? regret this the more because the issue in this election ll one ox grave importance. The people must now say whether law ana order and democratio government are to 'be' upheld or whether Australia is to 'be dragged by unruly elomente* further towards anarchy. - - ? ? ? The Senate vote is of. mors than usual importanoe* Owing to extraordinary vacancies. 22 Senate positions must be filled - 5 in this State. Most of the 14 Senators who have not retired sre supporters of labor. Therefore if the foroes of Constitutional and Democratid Covernment are to retain control of the Senate, and give erfsct to the people's mandate, at least 14 of the 22 senators nov; to be elected crust be supporters of the~ The. dangerous associations of tho labor Party' ?rf. 2n y the aPPe°rance o...

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Tumut Rodfishers' Assn. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Tumut Rodfishers' Assn. The annual meeting of members of the Tumut Rodlishers' Association was held at Windridge's Wynyard Hotel on Tuesday night last, Mr. J. 0. H. Nickoll, president, in the chair . State Fisheries Dept.' asked if wire-netting had been obtained from Mr. McGregor, and for a report as to how the 3000 trout fry sent by the Dopt. for liberation in the ponds at Talbingo were faring, and requir ing regular monthly reports as to the number that had died, their progress and condition, etc., in future. Mr. R. S. Sampson advised that he had left the minutes of last an nual meeting, the balance-sheet and list of members with the late secre tary (Mr. R. Masters) . Mr. R. Joyce, secretary, reported that he had written to Mr. McGregor re wire-netting for the Talbingo Ponds, but had received no reply. TVTl. TVTcotni.0 M«, Comncn had given him the balance-sheet to prepare the press report of the last annual meeting from, but Mr. Sampson had taken it back. The book which Mr. Sampso...

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MOTORING BUYING "FINISHING TOUCHES." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

MOTORING. BUYING 'FINISHING TOUCHES.' It is (well nigh impossible to keep track of the thousands of different devices which enterprising accessory houses put on the market to cater for the needs and alleged needs of the man who wishes to add a few finish ing touches to his car. Naturally enough the cheaper the car tho more numerous the fittings which are tur ned out expressly for use on that model; 'and so we find that in the case of a utility car like the Ford there is a .whole host of accessories and extra .fitments, many of which are excellent and some of which are, to put it mildly, useless. Amongst the former category we may mention three serviceable fittings which have lately come under our notice. The first of these is a petrol tank filler which is designed for use on those cars which carry the main fuel tank underneath the front seat. Under such circumstances 'it is generally necessary to remove the upholstery of the front seat in order to get at the tank, hut the attachment...

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