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S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
S.D.R.A. Racing Fixtures Bong Bons P.K.C. . . Jan. 15 and 10 Yass K.O. Jan. 21 and 22. Gi'ililth IC.C. .Jan. 24 and 25 Cooma J.C. Jain 20 and 27 Albury. L.ViU.O. Jan. 30 and fit Tocumwal B.C. -.Feb: 4 and 5 Murrumburrah Feb. 4 and & Finley B.C. Feb. .7 Cootamundra T.C. Feb.H and l2 Leeton J.C. Feb. .13 and 14 Coiwva St. Pat. DR.C. F6b. 1-1 Braidwood U..B.K.C.' ? Feb. iS Boorowa T.C. Feb. IS and 19 Tumut T.C. Feb. 18 and ,10 Henty A.R.C. Feb. 21 Bc-rrima. District, Moss Vale Feb. 21 Gundagai Feb. 24 and 25 Goulburn Feb. 27 and 2S Hampstead March -1 Daydale, P.B.C. March 4 ?Braidwood March 0 and 7 .Tunce Il.C. . March 7 Berridale March 11 Yanko Creek P.R.C. March 11 Culcairu A.T.C. March 11 Stockinbingal March 11 Albury . St. Patrick's B.C. March 14 Adaminaby J.C. March 17 and IS Wombat, J.C. March 18 Oaklands P.B.C. . March 18 Wagga'Hospital B.C. March 20 Coolamon B.C. March 25 Lockhart St. Pat's Day B.C. March 25 Yass P.B.C. March 25 and 20 Berrigan St. Pa trick's B.C. March...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
PERSONAL. Dr. Editli Clements is not going to wait till the hospital is built at.Stock 'nbingal, bnt is to commence prac tice forthwith. She comes from Shep ardstown, where her people . reside. At. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wagga, the Rev. J. B. Gal- . loway officiated at the wedding of, Mr. ; lean M-Vean, of LadyMinlth, to Miss Ivan MeVeiw, of Tareutta, The wed- . -ling breakfast whs .held at 'Wonder' land Cafe. A double wedding was celebrated -iy the Rev. C. T. Debenliam, at St. John's Church of Eiiglajii], lust' AVcek, when Mr, Chtirles W, Ba)!, soil of Mr. Charles Ball, of North ; Wagga, was inarried to Miss May | Lochlin, daughter of Mr. David T. ? Loehlin, of- Carabos!:, and Alfred Loch ®n was married to Miss Rita Pliyll.s Hall..' ?-.Mr. i Koy ??uoutrej: ?. ta xuiuui uimuci, , m .:io.v),- who1 has: been in charge of tli-j ; ?public -school at Xuineralla, near ! Cooma, for the yast 10 years, lias! ? iieen appointed to the school at Manil- | dra, and will lie succeeded b...
Street Seats [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
Street Seats ' 'The Tumut Municipal Council won'ul earn tlu- gratitude of the citizens of Tumut if it would liavc seats placed around tlie trees in Wynyard and Rus sell Streets. This is a convenience that exists in Katocmba and other tourist centres. Visitors to the town expect to 1)0 catered for in the way of such com forts—it is really our duty, as host, to provide them with a fair standard of convenience During the twilight hours of the summer evenings it is much more pleasant to be able to seat one's self outside. .Standing, or walking backward and forward con- j tinually, becomes tiresome and mono- . tonous. At the wind-up carnival of , j Centenary celebrations the absence, of j street- seating was most, apparent, and j many persons commented upon it. In ] cases of political addresses, and all kinds of street functions, tlie -attend- ance is considerably lessened on ac count of the lack of seating.' To pro vide these seats is solely the duty of the Municipal Council, and the eo...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
brevities. i The drama of a child, heiress to millions, Hung h.v' circumstance and evil plotters into the slums of the city. —'The Midnight. Alarm.'— Peoples' Pictures tomorrow night. With a view to nominating lor a Federal seat in the Country Party interest, Mr. George Wilson, of Al bury, has withdrawn his nomination as a Progressive for tile Murrumliidgei! seat. / The greatest heart-tugging, human interest story ever written — a story of Life as it is lived in boulevards i and alleys in a great city. — 'The Mid- ! night Alarm.' — Peoples' Pictures to- I morrow night. j Tlie 'Cowra Free Press' says : — A i local youth, while spending his holi- | days in Sydney, was charged. 18/0 ^ for a hair cut, shave, and 'face treat- j ment!' He intends to light shy of ; i-ity hairdressers in future. ! V girl lighting for lur birthright! I Trapped by crooks! Imprisoned in a.! .-teel vault! Beneath its crashing; ihx-rs! Around it seething, raging | tl.Miies! A rescue never before scrcm : e.-l 'Tl...
BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
BREVITIES Tumut will lie O.K. during the last week-_in March — 200 visitors are com | ing for -1 days, representing the various branches of the Agricultural Bureau (Southern Districts). It is the an nual meeting. i The man detained in connectioii with the Long Bay murder has been released. The police inquiries proved him to lie a man of good character. He lias been working on the wharves for many years and was not . the sort of man to commit' such a crime. The Licenses lteduction - Board is sitting in Gundagai. The first case called was that of the Coolac Hotel, Coolac, and the Board went into the & question ot amount oi compensation to' | be paid owner aud licensee. Mr. Oli | ver (for parties concerned) secured | a hearing of the matter in. camera, and | the press and public were, turned out I of court. It was then -lecided to hear | the Xangus Hotel case, as well as - the. Great Southern and Railway Ho tels (Gundagai) in cujuera.
WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
WOOL REPORT. Pitt, Son aud Badger.v, Ltd., report under .date. l.'Jth January, 1925: — _ This weeks auctions marked the op ? ening of the second day of the selling season. ..Monday's auctions disclosed a some what limited demand and a basis of prices not nunc up lo tnat current before Christmas especially in the case of super wools. At our auction to-day, however, it was manifest that more orders had been received from oversea for execu tion and our catalogue which was gen erally a very attractive one, ,inet with keen competition from all sections of the buying trade. A firmer tendency was noticeable ex cepting in the case of super wools which have been taken exclusively for America. The decline in prices of these grades which set in before Christmas has not been recovered, but other sorts are selling readily at a well maintained basis of values. All desirable lots of xlircds and comebacks are wanted while lambs' wool also is keenly competed for and prices are maintained on a high l...
TUMUT CENTENARY. WINDING-UP MEETING. PROFIT OF £595/19/10. ITS ALLOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
TUMUT CENTENARY. WINDING-UP MEETING. PROFIT OF £595/19/10. ITS ALLOCATION. ' Mattel's in connection with the Cen 'teiiary Celebrations in November last, linu' been fuialiscd, and the audited ? balance-sheet shows that a proilt 'of £505/10/10 resulted.- Of this amount £-(/l9/10 has been held back for con 'lingent expenses. The balance of £478 will be 'divided as follows: 70 per cent, representing £359/10/-, to ?Tumut Hospital, £70 to Tumut Tourist and Progress '?League, m/10/- to Tumut Benevolent So eietyv £20/10/- (o Tumut Literary Institute. Out of the £27/19/10 held back, Mr, Kcub. Sanipson, who acted as seere t.nj foi the first four months of pre paration, without payment, was grant ed an honorarium of 5 guineas. A-siiin not exceeding £5/5/- is to be well spent in binding, inscribing, nnd adding n few photpgrnphs to, n copy of the souvenir booklet, to be present ed to Dr. T. 13, C'louston, ns n re* v.-ard t()V h!a InlxH1 in prepni'liiR tbe booklet. Any balnnoo tlint; may re laali...
IMPORTANT TO HOTEL-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS. A hotel keeper must not refuse to supply tho public with meals. When Sergeant Payne and -a party of motor ists from Duiiedoo called at the Roval I-Iotel, Billimorc, and asked for break fast on a recent Sunday, the request ?vns refused. The licensee, Margaret Wiley, explained that she had two cricket teams coming and could not provide ior anyone eise. .fine was ac cordingly .proceeded against at the Dubbo Police Court for refusing- to supply a meal, and was fined £2 with costs. The Magistrate said these cases were becoming too common, and he desired to warn hotelkeepers ? of their responsibilities.
CENTENARY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
CENTENARY PARS. The wind-up meeting of the C'eiiten a.ry Executive was well attended, a.-: follows:— The Mayor (chair),' Messrs T. E. Wilkinson (secretary), R. M. Thompson (treasurer), NT. C. Adams. C. E. .Tepsen, Beach, II. AVeedi n, Carr, T. Sullivan, W. II. Foord, Johnson, G. Harris, Lee Archer, Crampton, Samp sou, Howard. Watson, Ilardaker, J. J. Lenrmont, A. Davis, J. Elliot, Red ford, Stokes, Blakeney, Marsh,, Revs. --air and Fr. ICinane, Mrs. Thomp' son, Miss Davis (and friend),- Mrs. G. Harris ,and others who arrived late. At- the suggestion of Miss E. R. IJridle, the copies of her Centenary song remaining on hand are to be giv en to the Tumut Tourist and Pro gress League for sale or distribution for boosting purposes. There are a good many copies of the souvenir booklet in connection with Tumut Centenary not yet disposed of by the committee. These, it was de cided at Friday nights meeting are to hi; equally divided ' between the hos pital and Tourist League, for sale at 1- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
* THE TEST - - A 1 ► & ,4 - ^ 0 £ i-lif Your FBoor Goveringl 1 Is #Ae General I I Appearance after fair I I ?- wear |. -| FOB SOME TIME NOW AVE HAVE CHEATED A VERY MARK- |- -y go IMPROVEMENT IN OUR FURNISHING DEPT. STOCK- | 4- IN6 ONLY THOSE LINES THAT .CAN BE BELIED ON FOR I WEAK, WHILST THE COLORINGS ABE OF THE MOST ; | I LIGIITFUL. I - - ' ' s i; WE ASK I'OU JLST TO PAI' US A VISIT OF INSPECTION TO I ;; PROVE OUR CLAIM. | - « i ' ' V-;'. % ' X ! » AMONG OUR STOCKS OF HEARTH RUGS YVE HAVE TAPES' | * & « X ]| TRX HEARTH RUGS, 6/6, 6/U- ?/C, 10/6, 16/0. | || AXMINISTEB HEARTH RUGS, 13/8, 19/6, 18/ G, 32/6,anU 30/* | I ISOIftV SQUARES, 35/-, 45/— LATEST DESIGNSi. ?....., ? ; | | DOOR MATS.— ' ' ' i , '?') 1 ! I i TAPESTRY, GOOD PATTERNS & COLORINGS— 4/6, | $ 4/11, S/G. v ! I ; ; MOHAIR- COLORS ! OLD . G^D, RED, SAXE, ! | BROWN, IiLA€K, I'lSli, GREEK ;As CREAM, 0/11 , I V/ '.-EACH, J \% COIRMAtfS.-- :3A, 3/11, 4/3, 4/9,, ?/«? - 1 COIK MATTING. — 2/9, 3/6, 4/6 p...
BISURATED MAGNESIA STOPS INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 20 January 1925
BISURATED MAGNESIA STOPS INDIGESTION. Yes, and quickly, too, for it gets rid of the harmful, stomach acid which causes the trouble. Three minutes from the time Bisurated Maguesia en ters the stomach tho acid is no more, the possibility of pain lias ceased, and tho stomach is doing its work unham pered. Bisurated Magnesia is about the finest thing out' for indigestion, flat ulence, gastritis, wind and similar trou bles; it's n product you can rely on . . . and it 'Is quite inexpensive. When you go to your chemlst^o buy it,'' look on the wrapper for the trade mark word 'BISM AG' which is placed there for your protection. There's nothing else 'just as good it's Bisura ted Magnesia that stops indigestive pain ... A well known Bendigo singer says that Do Garis used to devote much time to amateur theutriuils, and loom a particular delight in making up. }ll8 popular part was that ot a girl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
BROADCASTING pig Bonuses ' LISTEN - k ' TO THIS! \ Collect and return to your Storekeeper 6 x 5 lb. ; 30 x 1 lb. ; I or 60 x -2 lb A.13.C. TEA Bonus End Coupons and he will I give you either 5/- IN CASH , or supply you with goods to | that amount. ; OR, should you prefer to return them direct to ns, clearly ? mark your name and address, and we will forward by return i - a liUjh-Grade Aluminium 'leapot. 1 For the Tea now in circulation without Bonus Coupons I attached, we will accept the end of packet which has either s 1 lb. or -2 lb. printed thereon. | START SAVING NOW A ? and benefit by our very . j DOUGLASS | ^ Motor Funeral '? ? Service FULLER 8t BURT MOTOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS Have just installed aii up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking purposes, and are prepared to cater for all re quirenieuts iu tliis direction, williin a radius of CO' miles of Tumut. NO INCREASE OF CHARGES FOR MOTOR SERVICE i Special arrangements can be made for the conveyance o£ mourners by motor fear,. at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
| LONDON DIRECTORY j j With Provincial and Foreign Section 5 enables traders to communicate direct wi Hi MANIM-'ACTUUERS AND DEALERS, in London nnd In the Provincial Towiih and Industrial Centres of the Uniled Kingdom and Hie C011I inenl. of Europe. The names and' addresses and other details arc classified under more than 20(10 trade headings, including '? EXPOltT MERCHANTS with detailed pnrtieular.s of the Goods ?shipped and the Colonial and Foreign Markets supplied. STEAMSHIP LINES . arranged tiie ports lo which (hey sail and indicating I lie approximate sail ings. One-inck Bl'SlXEKH CARDS of linns desiring to extend their connections, or Trade Cards ot: DEALERS SEEICIXG AGENCIES can lie printed at a cost: of 1 1/1.0/- for each trade heading under which they!, are inserted. Larger advertisements from £2 to £10. A copy of the directory will lie sent by parcel post for £2 nett cash with order. London Directory Co., Ltd. 25 ABCIIURCII LANE, LONDON, E.G. j ENGLAND. Business establishe...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
LOCAL LAND BOARD. ? A meeting of the Local Laud Board for the Land District of Tumut will be held at the Court House at Ade long on 3rd February, .1025, at 10 a.m., when the following matters will be considered For Consideration. Frascr, John T., o.c.p. 2-1/23, 1J acs. Guymer, George K, Sub. Hold. 23/4, 4aes. 21 p. Phillip It. O'Dwycr, sp.l. 24/10, 3acs- 20 p. Christina A. Wilson, sp.l., 21/1, 130 aes. (abt.). John Hides, res. 1. .24/1, 2r. 13p. Hugh L. Mitchell, c.p.a. (conv. sp.l. 08/25, 20ac. Sydney J. Trewcek, sp.l. 21/8 ISO acs. ltobevt Potter,' sp.l. 24/11, 180 acs. Wm. O. Murpliy, res.U 21/3, (con flicting with last two), 20 acs. Joseph Grady, c.p. 24/21 (conv. sp.l. 00/1S) 20 acs. Joseph Grady, a. c.p. 24/22 (con.v. sp.l. 10/15), 50| acs.. Application for Extension of Term: —George' II. Woods, sp.l 07/28, Sacs 3p. Application for Permission to En close roads : — Inder Singh, freehold por. 057' and . «p.l. 22/5 ph. Adelong, 4 acs. This list is subject to any altera tion or ad...
HELPING THE M.I.A. SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
HELPING THE M.I.A. SETTLERS. The position in regard to the dis posal of the wine crop, which wan oc casioning grave concern in the Mur rumbidgee Irrigation Areas, especially in the Griffith section, where plantings are heaviest, has been materially im proved. This-is the outcome of repre sentations made by a deputation from the Griffiths and Yeuda Yine-growers' Association, which recently visited Sydney- to interview Messrs. Penfolds Ltd., and M'Williams and Soil, who both have large wineries at Grif fith. Following on these negotiations it has been arunged that the whole of the crop in the Mirrool (GriffithYen da) section will be handled at last year's prices. General satisfaction is ox-pressed with the successful outcome of the negotiations.
ANOTHER LONDON MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
ANOTHER LONDON MYSTERY Mystery surrounds the disappear ance and present whereabouts of the Hon. Gwyneth Morgan, 30, daughter of Lord Tredegar. She vanished from the home of some friends, near Wim bledon, Loudon, during a thick fog on December 11. She was clad only tn her pyjamas and a dressing gown and shoes and she carried away £50 in cash. The police instituted a close search, - dragged the ponds on Wimbledon Common, and then suddenly, for rea sons not divulged, abandoned their investigations. Anxious inquiries con tinue .however, to be made by the parents.
WOOL DEMAND STRONGER [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
WOOL DEMAND STRONGER ' WiiK'heombe, Carson, Ltd., report: — Bidding at our Sydney wool sale on Monday showed considerably more life than evident at previous auctions of the New Year. Japan was u particul arly spirited competitor. Germany wuh hIho well to the fore. Bradford was not specially active but America, j :it. the more reduced basis of values lnt terly ruling, was u vigorous buyer of , wools. Parcels showing - quality, in ' addition attracted increased- attention j from France. Occasional operations ' were noticeable on Italian and Aus tralian manufcturers' account. No definite advance iu rates could be quoted. Bids for merino flecce wools, however, were decidedly more regular in strength than of late and any change in prices was in owners' | favor; Skirtings of all classes made ?ilrm figures. Comeback and line ci'ossbreds had good inquiry at excel lent, values. The bulk of the wools in our cata logue were of good types. The cata logue wns probably the most attrac tive offere...
FROZEN TO DEATH LADY MOUNTAINEER'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
FROZEN TO DEATH LADY MOUNTAINEER'S FATE. Agnes Yaile, aged 20 years, .the daughter of an American millionaire, who is now in Honolulu en route to Australia on a pleasure tour, was frozen to death in a blizzard, while' on an expedition climbing Pike's Peak, which has an altitude of 14,107 feet. ! Herbert Hortland, a member of the rescue expedition, is missing, and cer tainly has perished. Miss Vaile was climbing in company with 'Walter Keinie, who stumbled with hands and face frozen into a timberman's shanty .saying he had; been compelled to abandon the girl to! search for help. A rescue party on Wednesday found her frozen stiff.
CIGARETTE HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
CIGARETTE HABIT, Two boys, aged 12 mid 15 years i'c- spectively, were brought before Mr., J. B. Gibsoa, P.M., in the Children's Court at Ganmain ? on Friday and charged with having supplied other boys with cigarettes. Each delinquent. p. ? WW ? a ? ? — ? ? — after having been firmly adinonliilied, was fined £1 with 8/- coots. Tho proceedings were the outcomo ot the appearance recently at another court, of three shopkeepers who wevo lined for having sold cigarettes to the younger of the boys referred to. It was stated that the smoking habit had become so prevalent with the young boys of Ganmain as to be a swious menace to their health and icrarity.
NEW MEAT FOOD NEW PRIMARY INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 23 January 1925
NEW MEAT FOOD NEW PRIMARY INDUSTRY. The Federal Government through .its department of Trade and Cus toms have carried out scientific and .practical tests of the above new meat food. The object being to thor-. ouglily test the merit and demerit of this entirely new scientific discovery. We enclose a copy of the report of these tests , which verifies the enor mous value of this reptot to the world particularly to 'Australia, especially in view of the conditions of the Froz en Beef Export Trade, and the Cat tle Producers, . For such a high quality and a high ly nutritive food which will be obtain able at'a price in actual use less than ordinary meat; which also possesses remarkable keeping qualities, without the use of any method of preserva tion, or preservatives of any kind, or any additional matter; will naturally create a world wide demand. Limiting the consumption of Great Britain alone to 4 ozs.'per head per annum, it would require considerably over 5000 tons more than 100,000 he...