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SPOILING THE LANDSCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

SPOILING THE LANDSCAPE. The British motor, organisations have lately been taking up in a very active way the question of finding some means of preventing the ruth less hoarding advertiser from ruining the appearance of the countryside. This is an abuse which is also ram pant in certain parts of Australia, but for obvious reasons one is justi fied in hoping that the press through out the Commonwealth will do all in its power to discountenance it. A/ limited number of roadside advertise ments one is prepared to accept in the spirit of necessary evils, but when the signposter and hoarding hanger invade some of the loveliest spots- with their ugly and occasionally objectionable announcements it is time for common decency to cry halt to such practices. SITTING ON AIR. Anything which tends to ease the jars of the highway is welcome and there are some of the more comfort loving sort of drivers who will 'be in terested in the latest form of car upholstery which is carried out on the pneumat...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICE OF BUTTER VICTORIAN COMPETITION RIVERINA FACTORIES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

PRICE OF BUTTER VICTORIAN COMPETITION RIVERINA FACTORIES ASSOCIA TION. Last Tuesday night at a conference of co-operative butter factory repre sentatives at Wagga the Reverina Butter Factories' Association was re vived . An ' executive was formed for the fixing of prices in the southern districts irrespective of the price fixing of the State Advisory Board. The following delegates attended: Messrs W. E. Fackender (Leeton), H. H. Crouch, W. Hassett and W. F. Heydon (Tumut), G. M. Henry, H. H. Williams and C. O. Craddock (Cootamundra-Harden), W. L. Con key and S. P. Ward (Cootamundra Dairymen's Association), E. Kerfoot, H. E. Vidier and W. T. Berry (Wagga). Mr. H. Sharpe repre sented the amalgamation of the C.F.S. and Berrima companies, the Producers' Distributing Society. Mes srs J. Alpen, manager of the Ber rima Producers' Company, Leeton branch, and Morton, C.F.S. repre sentative at Cootamundra, also at tended . Mr. Crouch was elected unani mously President of the association. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

~ CRICKET Brungle meet Tumut, at Tumut, on Sunday next, play to commence at 11 o'clock. Tho home team : Fred. Nuttall, J. Nuttall, J. Riley, J. Ryan, D. Young, C. Jepsen, B. Shelley, G. Anderson, B. Heilmann, j C. Barnett, Guy Wilkinson.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TELEGRAPHIC LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

TELEGRAPHIC LONDON, Wednesday. With tlie passage of years tlie celebration of Armistice Day becomes even more torrential. To-day, with torrential rains and sleet over London, and snow storms throughout London, the pilgrimage to the Ceno taph began. Before dawn a few people struggled through the murk. During the two minutes' silence there was a most impressive scene at the Cenotaph the King, in khaki uniform, accompanied by the Duke of York, Arthur of Connauglit and other members of the Royal Family, laid wreaths, the whole Cabinet, and Messrs Asquith, Lloyd-George, and Ramsay Macdonald- also being present, ? ? ? « One person was killed and 15 in jured during the Armistice celebra tions in Dublin . AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Thursday Two Chinese had a miraculous-- es- cape from death, an explosion, due to escaping gas in the building in which they were working, having oc curred . SYDNEY, Thursday. The estate of Charles Cotterill, grazier, Mountain .Creek, has been sworn for probate purposes at...

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

- DARKNESS DISPELLED DARKNESS DISPELLED . DARKNESS DISPELLED ? DARKNESS DISPELLED ' ? ? r-T'-i PHIL O'DWYER, GILMORE, Has pleasure in notifying the public of Tumut and District that he has been appointed Selling Agent for the world-famous ALADDIN LAMPS. : The ALADDIN LAMP is . acknoW leilgcd to be the safest, most reliable, and most economical Kerosene Lamp, on the market. ' It- gives a 00 candle. . power soft white light, and, consumes only G pel* cent, of kerosene to ; 94 per cent, of air, while burning with neither smoke or smell. FREE TRIAL GIVEN. Accessories also obtainable,

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

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

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE GOULBURN, N.S.W, Registered under the Bursary Endowment Act. E|xtonsivc Modern Buildings and Equipment. Healthy Climate, Altitude 2000ft. Electric Light, Sewerage, Hot Water, Service. 41 Acres .of - Grounds. ? . Professional, Commercial and Do mestic Science Courses. New Term commences '9th Febru ary, 1926. ; Prospectus': from the ! Principal, W. RAMSAY McNICOLL, B.A. Dipl . Educ . BILLY WHITINGS RUSSELL-ST HAIRDRESS1NC SALOON, TUMUT, IS NOW OPEN. A PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES. BOBBING, SHINGLING, MARCELLE WAVING. ELECTRIC FACE AND SCALP MASSAGING SHAMPOOING AND HA1RDYEING. All Ladies' Work Strictly Private. For Appointments 'Phone 39, Tumut. Ladies and Gents' Utensils Thoroughly Sterilised. Best Brands of P PES, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES and LADIES' TOILET REQUISITES Keep Y©tir System ° rP3 1 n° f 0 T' hi fighting Inn lij using Dl Horse's Indian Root PiSls Your liver, kidneys and other organs are engaged in a constant ' battle against in fection and ,.body poiso...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Career or Reputation—which? COMPLETE SHORT STORY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Career or Reputation-which? . COMPLETE SHORT ' STORY The ? afternoon bridge party was over and, ' with the :.prize tucked under : ? my- arm, , I. hurried 'do wn the Street1 to ward home. I felt supremely contend' ted. -The face cards had very gener ously insisted on falling into my hands. 'The lefreshments had been 'dainty and delicious.' Moreover, I , -liad- sensed.; the. reluctant- envy, in the minds o'f a few when they had laugh ingly- alluded to. ? me as 'the wife of our ? new mayor.' -The tissue-paper parcel ; containing an embroid -ered towel,' my 1 trophy- for the after noon's play, .slipped ? from under my ?arm and fell: on . the pavemeiit.: With an exclamation of : annoyance, 1 - stopped ? to ? recover it, but: a man's ? hand-darted in- front of niy vision-'-and ? a .voice murmured from beside' me, 'Allow me, Madam.' Smiling mechanically, I straight „? . ? ened and- looked into. the coarse feat ures.: of : a flaslily dressed strangeiv whose - eyes were travelling : over me ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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MEMORIAL SERVICE TO THE LATE MISS CLARE PROWSE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

MEMORIAL SERVICE TO THE LATE MISS CLARE PROWSE On , Sunday evening, last, .at 7.30, Rev. . Morice J. Bloki-conducted ' the Momorial ./Service; to . the : late -Miss Clare Prowse, - in-. the Adelong iMetho-1 i dist. Church,. which vwas- crowded with i friends .of ;all ;classes-and sects of the community. , Mrs. /.Williams ^presided at the organ, .and, when: the mourners entered ; the: house- of- God she, played 'Nearer, ?? my . God - to- .Thee . ''. The choir, larger than .usual, sang: , .dur- . ing ? the offertory, 'Peace 'Perfect Peace,' and Mrs1. ;Robei; ..Prowse sang, after the, sermon, ; 'He 'Wipes 1 the .Tear from Every Eye During the . whole .service iand when leaving the. church ; many were deeply moved by. the sad,:and. tragic /death, and the sympathy towards the -bereaved-.ones was manifested amongst- all; present.; The following, sermon was -delivered by Rev. Morice J. Blok : — . 'In the 15th verse - of ?. the 115tli Psalm we , read : .? 'Precious in the i sight of the Lor...

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Tumut Town Band Concerts [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Tumul Town Band Concerts ; As appears iu our advertising col umns, the Tumut Town ;Barid are holding their annual concerts in O'Brien's' Hall, 'Tumut, next Wednes day night, at Adelong^ on Thursday, at- Batlow on 'Friday. . Although ter med a 'Band' concert: the . Band is really taking a very ? minor part in the programme, which is of sufficient variety to cater for the predelictions of everybody. The - Band committee have been ' particularly : fortunate in securing' the services of three : such prominent artists as Miss,; Joyce Col lins, ,L.!A.B., the talented young violinist, 'Miss' Fitzgerald, pianist (Wooley Scholar), and Mr. J. M. Herron, cornetist. Of Miss Joyce Collins, the- 'Sydney Morning Her ald' . states : 'Joyce Collins .plays with ! the finish, and expression of a master.' A still further tribute was paid this clever artiste by the 'Even- ing News,' which stated : 'Joyce I Collins showed ? remarkable : dexterity in Papinis' 'Feu ? Follett,' giving, too, n ? flouoi- : mi...

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

Your Xmas Suit . WILL SET OFF THfci MAN IF «--,^n. Fashionable Tailor, » RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, ? '' Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'sVbef/t Stylis and Properly Fitting Suits. Prices, down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. ? Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes.' We' Are Not Woolowners nor. wool-buyers. We are selling brokers, and, like the true cobbler, 'We 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 we have specialised, giving sheepmen a service ? characterised ' by ? the most complete and promptrattention. 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. Winchcorabe, Carson, Ltd., Selling ; ? ? (Brokers, Winchcombe House, S...

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

For Choirest Fruits, Confectionery, ?etc., go (o SIALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumut. SPECIAL INDENT OF Stevens^ Pearl Bmamel . Holloware ' - . TIIE SUPPLY IS LIMITED AND CANNOT BE REPLACED SAUCEPANS : Pints 2 3 '4 .5 0 ?' 7 -8 !) 10 ? Price 3/11, 4/0, 5/3, 5/11,' 0/0, '7/3, 7/0, SA 8/0 ROUND POTS : Pints 12 tO 20 2-1 Price 0/9, 11/0, W, 15/0 OVAL BOILERS : . , Galls. 2 2\- '3 -4 ' ' t ' ' '' , Price 16/9, 18/0, 10/0^ 28/G MASLIN KETTLES : Pints 10 ' .120 . '24' , . Price 12/0, 14/, 10/. TEA-POTS : , ,| -~r Pints 2 a i Price 4/3, 4/0, 5/3 KETTLES : ...... Pints 3 4 5 6 ' 8 Price 4/G, a/, 5/0, 0/3, 7/6 , MOTOR HliM'ljig'' , Fuller & Burt, Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking purposes, ' and. are prepared to cater for all requirements in this direction, within a ?radius of 50 miles of Tumut. ' NO- INCREASE OF: CHAR GES FOR~ MOTOR SERVICE ./.Special arrangements can be: made for the conveyance of mourners ' 1 by motor...

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

BiKcuifs and Cuhes, fresh and in J varioly at MALLOS' BKOS , ' Simdao' Xuuiut., l|| (|j^ ^ W— I |'|^ III ^ - '? u : ?? ^ ^ ? .- in ? ^ ^ J ^ ^ SUPPORT THE iNDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN D/5TR/CT J ? ? ? ? .. ? . , ? ? ? ? ? ? — Build, A. Fibrolite Heme '' ^ ? GROUND PLAN 'FIBROLITE' is sup ? plied in big firm shed .- in 33 stock sifts, enab ling tlie material to be , quietly fixed to -waits and ceilings without waste and at bedrock cost for labour. The | sheets are easily handled and are cut and nailed like 'wood. SAVE 10% in your building costs and sccurc II - a better home by using 'F1BROLITE' I Asbestos Cement Sheets for Exterior Walls, Inferior Walls i and Ceilings, and j 'FIBROLITE' Slates for Roofing. ? Jiist con- , i siderl The Home built with ''FIBROLITE' j ? . is Artistic, -Eire Retardant, Hygienic, and free; , j from the menace of White Ants. Jlnd // costs - J actually 10% less to build than a weatherboard ., j house. Its 'upkeep' costs : are practically - j nil, as 'FIBROLITE' impr...

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

FRED H.JOn'S FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERS SHOP. (Late C. Strangman's) WYNYARD.STREET, TUMUT, Right Opposite Wynyard Hotel. I ? ? The Choicest of Seasonable Local and other Districts Fruit procurable. ~ ' Regular Supplies Arriving, ensur . ing its freshness. All kinds of Lollies and other Con. fectionery, from the cheapest to the rriost expensive lines. Tobaccos, Cigarettes and Matches. Our Quick Turnover gives the pub lic the advantage o£ the lowe: prices. ' N.B. MACKENZIE SOLICITOR, TUMUT VISITS ADELONG EVER! TUES DAY, except after the 1st Monday In each month, when the visiting day is WEDNESDAY. GUNDAGAI and TtJMBATtTJMBA when roanirod. BARBOUR & SONS MOTOR GARAGE AND ENGINEER ING WORKS. ? WYNVARD-STREET, TUMUT. Agents for Nash and Rugby Cars. GENERAL REPAIRS EXECUTED. i Cars and Motor 'Bus for Hire, day ' or night. 'Phone. Garage 44, or Priv. Res. 103. H. W. BAKER. Undertaker and Funeral Director CAPPER-ST., TUMUT. JOB MTM CLYDE G' WATSON (Lata A.I.F.) TUMUT TIMES & EX...

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

STRIKES YOU ANY TIME Never - know when ;or ; where 'back ache - pains will strike you . The . kld iiieys will: go ? wrong; ; and when, tliey do the -first 'warning, is_genorally through; the- back. Neglect means liiany serious . ills; it's, only a , short seep irum vi;uillliiuil Jinatic ? pains,' -urinary;', disorders. | Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, cure ?svery ill of the :kidneys and bladder , ;Read this testimony; it -tells of a enre ? that :lasted: ? . . . Mrs. J. Kelly, Merrivale'-street, Tu. mut, says:— 'My husband was suf fering terribly from backache and kidney trouble some time ago, and could get nothing to relieve liim, not withstanding the fact that he tried all sorts of kidney medicines. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were brought under lua notice, and they proved a wonderful remedy, six bottles restor ing ;him to perfect health. He suf fered terribly with his -back, the pain often being so acute that any move , i... liio lflfl ment sent a iwiiigu ?'-= «'»- ? neys like a k...

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Progress—and a Remembrance [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925

Progress-and a Remembrance The blending of tin.' -t'.K.S. and the Berrinia Distributing Coy, into the Producers' Distributing- Society, Ltd . , marks a very important , step in the general welfare ,of the dairy ing industry, and ' incidentally : remo ves from our ^midst the names of two well-known companies of many years' standing. ? It -has always ;been recognised that ? dairying 'has ; been better organised Mli'an perhaps any other -primary in dustry; and in this regard it is pleas ing : to -learii that producers generally ai'o'\ uia king 'some move to recognise the storling -services rendered by Air. C. ? E. D. Aleares.' The present suggestion is -thai un illuminated address should be pre pared, embodying some of -the spccial achievements. due to Mr. 'Meares, and thai1 a presentation should be publicly, made In some ? centre on- the South I Coast, which thas always 'represented, ! the home, 6f dairying in this State.

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

— '-:j Vr rnUI&i 6 ? v'©'0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 0—0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 © ,C5 © ' ] Opening Announcement. f - jTheTumuf ©sat©: i is | Wynyard-st, ' Tumut I © © . : 9 o ] Mrs Hilliard | : ] WILL OPEN THE ABOVE CAFE IN THE SHOP OCCUPIED BY EL. I i| PHICKS x | © © ! Daring Early Noveml-er. ! - © © © 0—0—0—0—0— 0—0—0—0—0—0 0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0 4 © 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O— 0 0— 0-0-0— 0—0— 0-0--0— 0—0© j THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES. 1 i (O'BRIEN'S HALL) i -f future Sou^e -j I TO-NIGHT I I ''The Sea Hawk' ' J 1 ''Tie Sea Hawk' 1 i ? i | ^ SATURDAY, NOV. 14 ^ ] 9 'A SLAVE OF DESTINY' 'A SLAVE OF DESTINY' . 9 ,© . 'A SLAVE OF DESTINY' 'A SLAVE OF DESTINY' © I Featuring George Walsh, | 0 © ^ THE LAST ROUND OF 'FLYING. FISTS.' J ^ And THE USUAL GOOD PROGRAMME © .'??? I ' T. Laird, ' ? T Proprietor O'Brien's Hall, Tumut. 9 6 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O— 0—0© O' O— 0—0— O— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 ? o— 0— 0— O— O— O— 0— 0— O— 0 — . 9 jcABiT S COMMERCIAL HOTEL 1 TUMUT J 1 Jack...

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

Protect your eyes from dust arid glare of the sun. Goggles and Smoked Glasses for every purpose. — H. D. SMAKT, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Tumut. ? » * ? The Cyclops Motor will solve the problem of a suitable present for your 'boy. - See the car at O'SULLI. VAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, and order one now for Xmas delivery* 'Phone 118. Printed and Published by A. Wilkie Watson, Sole Proprietor, at his printing office, Wynyard-street, Tumut, in the State of New South Wales.

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

Newspaper Law -Subscribers and advertisers- who do not give express notice to the con trary are considered as wishing to continue their advertisements or sub scriptions. If subscribers order discontinuance of their publication, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers from the office to which they are directed, they will be held responsible until they have settled their accounts. If subscribers move to another place, without informing publishers, i and papers are sent to their former t direction, the subscribers are respon sible. Tho courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from any post office, or removing, or leaving them uncalled for,' is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. If persons pay in advauce for a newspaper or a quarterly advertise ment they -are bound to give notice to tho publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue it, otherwise the publisher is autho...

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

BRUNGLE ..Aid old-timers' dance ? on Friday night, last was a huge success sbotli : froni: a' social and financial point of view,, and the P. , and' C. Assn., in whose interest : the dance was run, will greatly ,:l)en€ht. The outay in material for the school has been heavy ; for the past few months and has been ' a. drain on the resources,' so tha.t the proceeds of the dance came just in time to assure the an nual prize list at Xmas. On this oc casion music was voluntarily given and the thanks of the committee are tendered to those who rendered ser vice. Miss Cheiner and Mr, E, G, Bridle accompanied all the old-time dances on the accordeon and did yeo man service. Mr. E. G. Bridle, as M . C . for the old-time dances, i and Ml- Vnllmion fro- f 1, n filled their role well. In the okltim ers' waltzing . competition for those over the - two-score.' years, the suc cessful ? couple were Mr. and Mrs. McAlister, whilst the younger set, not to be outdone, . also . participated in a competiti...

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