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Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS ? 'From Sydney, Cootamundra, Gun dagai, etc., .Monday, Wednesday, ?Friday ill.5 a.m.; Tuesday, Thurs day, Saturday 12.30 p.m. ? Brungle, Gocup, Argalong, Lacma lac. — Tuesday and Friday, 11.30 a.m. West Blowering, Yellowin. — Mon- day, Tuesday and Friday, 11.30 a.m. Adelong, Gilmore. — daily, 3.45 p.m.' | Batlow. — Tuesdays, Thursdays and i Saturdays, 4.45 p.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 3.45 p.m. Talbingo, Ravine, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves. — Monday and Thursday, 3.45 p.m. Tomorroma, Ad jungbilly . — Wednes- day and Saturday, 11 a.m. OUTWARDS For Sydney, Cootamundra, Gunda gai, etc. — Ordinary letters, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1.50 p.m.; re gistered letters 12.50 p.m.; ordin ary letters, Tuesday, Thursday, Sat urday 3.20 p.m.; registered letters, 2.20 p.m. Brungle. — Tuesdays 1.15 p.m.; Thursdays- 12 noon. Argalong, Lacmalac, Gocup, Mid way, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves, Ravine, Talbingo.— Tuesdays 1.30 ...
MR. PARKER MOLONEY'S SPEECH (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
?MR. PARKER MOLONEY'S * SPEECH (To the EritorV . SIR;— I have '.read .the speech 'of Mr . Parker -Moloney vantl wish to ' pass ' ,a few . remarks upon it,7 on account of its object 'beings mainly to mislead your -readers. My - first question was: 'Are you in favor of trial by jury, or an inquiry like the one sit-; uug 011 tne . waisn and Johnson case?: You condemn' the latter' and your party ? also condemned the for mer in the Donald Grant case, until you got an inquiry. It looks as if' you. were in favor of what suits the occasion 'best.' Re Woollen Mills, it states my question, boiled down was that the company purchasing the ? mills was the highest tenderer. The Munitions Board reported that James ? Dyer's tender was the highest, and hadr asked that hA slinulrl hp :tllmvprl to deposit one-fifth instead of one third of the amount. The Prime Min ister minuted this report, 13th Feb., 1923, as follows: — 'Negotiate with Dyer to obtain an increase, and, if not, accept on best terms.' D...
GOCUP. TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
GCCUP. TENNIS . ?'?The local tennis players journeyed 'to Tumut Plains on Saturday, and were successful in defeating .the. -home , team by five games, during a Very;. pleasant -day's playing. Another . lriatch us being arranged for the com ing week between the locals and a ?visiting team. PERSONAL . * ' . ' Mr. Dave Millay, who lias been ill in the. Albury Hospital for some time,. . , has ..quite ? recovered, .aii'd with-liisv wife and family has been spendinga Week on Gocup, returning : home i-ii- ? again. last Thursday. i ;t': .v.-r Mr. -Gerald .Stoclcwell has been . successful : In gaining .a -? position in: the Railway Department-- leaving. ' . here to take up duties in Cootamun-: ? dra . last -week. ' . . : . A, -painful accident befell- -Mr. ' -Fred . Hillier, -when lie had the mis fortune to break a blood-vessel in his .head. Medical . attention hadito be . sought .to stop the; bleeding, but' we understand Mr.- Hiljier is 'now., pi ogre sain g well. ' ' P. AND ' C. ASSOCIATIO...
The Lucerne Seed Crop. A SEASONABLE REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
The Lucerne Seed Crop. A SBAS0NABL15 ltlSMINDER. The production ol seed ih mostly confincd to those districts where lur cerne lis been 'grown for a number of years, and - the practice is to allow .one crop- to go to seed when tlu: condition^ ) appear to be suitable. The venture is a somewhat .risky one, 1mt- experien- ced -growers appear to . 'l-o able -'to judge : the. conditions with ? consider-.; able accuracy. ?? ?/-? f A - woll-establisheil . -and : hoinewliat , thin 'stand' is- preferred for the pur nose. though sometimes , 3-.voar-old plants are-utilised.' As .a rule, .Jti.iSi the second cut. , or . the one - that would; produce slia.v early * in December, that; . is allowed to go to s,ued- The ciyop ?should be cut-: when, the pod- has turned WrowmT/'TThe grain i.'isr-then also, .j'el-, low, and, though -quite soft, will ma ture into prime-. seed /after it . is cut. If it is left standing too long in 'the paddock the color will be spoilt, and, rightly or wrongly, . buyers ..h...
The Hello Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
The Hello Girl. -.The following soulful tribute . is penned to the girls who gua;rd-: the switches in the public exchanges : — The telephone girl sits still ' in her/ chair. And listens to voices from; ? every where. . ? She knows who is happy and who lias the 'blues.' She knoWs all our: swrrowa, she hnowa . all our joys, She knows all the girls / who - : are' 'chasing the boys.' She knows all our sorrows, she knows all our btrifc, v She knows every^ jiian who, talks; mean to his wife. She knows every time -we ' are out with the boys, She knows the excuse ? each fellow employs. If the telephone girl told half that ' she knows ' , It would turn all our friends' into bitterest foes ; It would; sow., a small winil-.that : would, soon be a gale, Engulf us In trouble and land us in . gaol. ? She could start forlh u story- that, gaining in foice, Would cause half our wives to sue for - divorce. She would- get all our -churches -/mixed . up in a flight, And turn , our bright days into sor ...
Tumut Turf Club SPRING MEETING SPLENDID WEATHER GOOD ATTENDANCE FREE USE OF THE SCRATCHING PEN SOME POOR FIELDS YET A FEW GOOD RACES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
Tumut Turf Club SPRING MEETING SPLENDID WEATHER GOOD ATTENDANCE TREE USE OF THE SCRATCHING PEN o SOME POOR FIELDS YET A FEW GOOD RACES ? It. seems paradoxical that the Spring races of the Tumut Turf- Club ?should be 'marked by poor fields in quite -a number of the events, yet the racing on the whole first day was interesting. The weather was particularly seasonable, though a little, cloudy the first day and some what sultry, yesterday being quite ideal and sunshiny. The pictures que course wag a vast scene of love liness, especially noticeable to those who came- from less favored regions, the dense mat of grass on the race course (rather too much, if any thing) and on the lawns in the en- ' closure, with the thick emerald foli age of the elms and other exotic trees forming a complete canopy overhead in the saddling paddock, making a gladdening ensemble. The committee had gone in for a number of serviceable improvements, includ ing a concrete floor for the book makers between the com...
BATLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
BATLOW. Mr. Parker Moloney, selected : Labor candidate- for the Hume elects. toi-nte, visited Batlow last Friday, and gave an address from 'Labor's point of view conccrning the 'elec tioneering- campaign .- , A ? good 'lnany *. . / people lolled up to hear him. Mr. Moloney was accompanicd by ' his wire, who usually goes -with him on , , these electioneering tiips. Mr. and -Mis.. Moloney visited the Batlow Soldi ci s' Settlement during the after noon; ??? : . ; ?' .\_ . A most enjoyable school picnic was held in the Batlow Memorial - 1 , - Paik and Showground last Saturday, at which the ? children, had the -time - of their lives. Various games -and sports, including novelties, were held, full paiticulars. of which will follow ? later. .In the evening a. most succcssfuI euchre tournariient took place in the hall, together with a juvenile dance. BATLOW WEST AGRICULTURAL BUREAU ? A well-attended meeting of tlie- West Batlow Branch of the Agricul tural Bureau was held at ICunama on 28th ...
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU BOMBOWLEE BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU BOMBOWLEE BRANCH -V — — ''l Hie monthly meeting of the above bianch, held at the Munilongo. School on 5th inst., was well -atten- ded, 30 membors being present . CORRESPONDENCE- - From Tumut A. and P.. Associa tion, asking if it was theN intention ot the branch to exhibit in the Agricul cuiai iropny, tor which the associa tion had donated a prize of not less than £20.— Decided to exhibit. From the President, Brungle Agri cultuial Bureau, asking support for their nominee, Mr. Allen Beach, ''for- ? ' a seat on the Shire Council at;ithe coming election as representative of 'B' Riding. — Although considered an individual matter, a vote of c'onfi- ' dence in Mr. Beach was carried; From Australian Forest League ' per Dept. of Agriculture, suggesting the advisability of a lecture on -For- estry. — Secretary to invite the local Forestry Officer along at a suitable time. '?. . A circular encouraging the dehorn ing of cattle, with the methods and advantages of such an oper...
VALEDICTORY. SHIRE ENGINEER C. C. REDFORD APPOINTED TO CORAKI SHIRE. A PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
VALEDICTORY. SHIRE ENGINEER C. C. REDFORD APPOINTED ,TO COltAXl SHIRE; 'A PRESENTATION , - 'It was a 1 large lassemblaga, repre ; sentative ;. of country, and town : inter- . i csts, which gathered in Deery's Royal | -Hotel meeting liaii oil Saturday af- | ? ternoon last to say good-bye to Mr. I - C. C. Redford, who lias relinquished i the position ot Engineer to tlie Ga . dara Shire and accepted the engin- ; . eersliip of the Coraki Shire, with headquarters at Woodburn. The Mayor (Aid. Jas. Elphick), who pre sided, stated that he was very sorry -it became necessary to hold the ' - . gathering on a Saturday afternoon, which deterred many of the public - , .? from attending. He was also sorry , . that tliey were called together to bid ? farewell to Mr. Redford. In carry ing out his duties as Shire Engineer Mr. Redford had gained the respect of all sections of the community. Although he came to Tumut as a single man, ho was leaving as a marriod one, and has proved a good husband and f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 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. The very choicest of high-class nomo-madc Confcctioncry obtainable it MALLOS BKOS' Sundae Shop, I'umut. i NICK HAWKEN, Central Refresh nent Rooms, caters for wedding -reakfast and picnic and otlier part es, and guarantees every satisfaction.
DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15. ANGLICAN. Trinity XXIII [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15. ANGLICAN. Trinity XXIII All Saints, Tumut. — 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. )Mattins), 7.30 (Evensong) . Gilmore. — 11 a.m. Brungle. — 3 p.m. - Tumut Plains. — 3 p.m. REV. ,T. A. GAIR, Th.L., Rector St. .Paulfs, - Adelong. —9 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tumblong.— 11 a.m. Sliepardstown. — -3 p.m. ? RiEW G: F. ; PYKE, Rector.
THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
THE MARKETS * At Homebush to-day 45,500 sheep were penned. The quality was poor and the market very irregular at opening sales, but owing to oper ations of graziers showed a tendency | to harden as sales progressed. Cattle. — 3250 were yarded. The quality was fair. The market was irregular. There was no quotable change generally. Potatoes, local new IS/- to 19/, Tasmanian 18/. Onions 15/- to 22/. : Chaff, wheaten 7/- to 7/3, old sea son 6/, oaten 6/- to 7/; lucerne 6/- to 7/6. Hay, oaten 8/ . - . Lucerne, small bales 8/, large 4/ Oats, local 6/6; no Tasmanian. Maize, yellow. 6/, white 5/10.'. Wheat, f.a.q., 6 /6. ~ Cherries 6/- to 10/.
SHEPARDSTOWN PARENTS AND CITIZENS' AND JUVENILE DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
SHEPARDSTOWN. PAItENTS AN1) CITIZENS' AND JUVENILE DANCES. The social held here 011 the nights ot. the 0th and 7tli inst, in aid of the local school funds, proved a phenom enal success. Every worker was at his or her post, and all strove with a will, and the result of their splen did eftorts has been unparalleled in fhiK p.pntvft. Khpnnrdsfnwn nnd Orn- 1 hainstown parents know how to do things properly when 'they set about it, and where the welfare of . the children is concerned neither ! work nor/ money is stinted 'to- produce a maximum of benefit. And, -be- it said for the general public, their support is- always enthusiastically placed ' 'at. the disposal of 'those who wish i to : make school functions a ' success. ? From the initiation of the movement to hold this effort the ...utmost: good will lias prevailed, and every : hand was--put to the wheel in. a whole- ? ?hearted way, the results showing .this m a marked degree. ; The first night consisted : ot- old time ana modern dan...
Tumut Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 13 November 1925
Tumut Municipal Council. oOo— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Municipal Council met at the &nbsp; Chambers on November 3, Ald. J. Elphick (Mayor), Ald. C. E. Carr, &nbsp; L. D. Maitland, Robt. Joyce, J. J. Learmont, J. E. Madigan and J . Elliot being present. The Mayor reported that, after de- &nbsp; liberation, he considered that the &nbsp; method of obtaining metal from the quarry was too expensive, and that it wpuld be far more economical to await until river gravel could be drawn to complete the work in Cap per-street. He had, therefore, ~*^ut the man off in the -quarry. Some trouble ,had; occurred with the wood confcmnfnr nil/1 but, nothing could, bo done in the mat ter. The wood had to remain con fiscated, at the pumping station until the matter was settled . R. M. Thompson asked for the grass on the path outside the Bank to be removed.— To be attended to. G. H. Livingstone applied to erect a Bowser pump for Mr. F. Wood, ana tor...