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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, Tumut, is prepared to supply all Cream. 'Phone 118. . ? ' * » ? The despairing outlook was dis pelled on Tuesday night, when rain fell in torrential showers at intervals during the night, 93 points being registered on Wednesday; while it again set in in the afternoon and continued to fall lightly through out that night for another 141 points up till S a.m. yesterday morning. At the present juncture; when the fore bodings were a gloomy future, the visitation is a god-send to farmers, graziers, dairymen and tobaccogrow ers, the latter awaiting a shower to start transplanting and have lost no time day or night in getting their plants set out. The boon is inestl-' limbic, and will ensure abundance of feed on the plateaux in the mountain regions for relief of stock from par ched districts of the West and Riv. erina.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEMBER PIG SALE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

NOVEMBER PIG SALE S. V. Best & Co., pig salesmen, Wagga, report a yarding of 1442 pigs - from all agents at the monthly pig . sales on Wednesday, lltli November, | oui quota being 072 pigs from SO ven dors. - The yarding was made up of all classes. of pigs, some exceptionally fine backfattevs being forward front - 1 Messrs. Elwortliy and Tout, of Gun-.;. ?«. dagai. These pigs were greatly«,adk--.'.^ mired by all present and -the: prices s wu uuLiiiiiuu iui iuuiu,iviz, »jlo ii-neaa-— for two Tamworth Cross sows, 'has,-*- -? :not been secuied in these t yards ,for- - - some tune past. Baconers and back-', j fatters made good prices throughout \ the day, -. but -all other -classes were ' decidedly cheaper,-- although quite . -v ?equal to metropolitan prices. Buyers -were- present from Sydney, . Mel- ^ bourne, : Wodonga,. Albury, besides lo-- -i cal competition. Prices obtained by ! us; are as follows: — Backfatters, £15 v (top of inaiket), £11/11/, £9/6/6, ~ -£8/18/G down . to....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUED FOR £31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

SUED FOR £31. When he suggested that defendant was worth £100,000, counsel for plain tiff in a case in the District Court, on Saturday, found his estimate conser vative. 'I am worth £3000,' said Eli Carter, grazier, of Highfield, Moss v-wc, uum wiioni urace aramwen, widow, of Treatt-road, Lindfield, claimed £31, balance alleged to be due for wages. Mrs. Branjwell's case was that she was engaged to take charge of the late Mrs. Carter's house at Edward-street, Gordon, in Octo ber. until Mrs ftrloi. from a trip to New Zealand. Plain tiff had received £1S on account. De fendant denied responsibility.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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RADIO FOR COUNTRY PRESS. NEWS STATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

RADIO FOR COUNTRY PRESS. '? NEWS STATION WANTED; , The 'Country I'ress. .Association continues its caiiipaiaii to induce the Federal 'Government . Lo permit the ; establishing of a wireless station at ,- Sydnev for the ? transmission ol: news -. v .hy c(iiint,rv newsiianersi. j A- letter has been 'sent to each candidate asking . liis/view oii- the question. All-, t lie le .plii-ys so far received are- ??favorable. .? The 'Dungog Chronicle,''; relerrlng to this (luestion :saysr;-.vVTiie peculiai; .-. part is' 'that ownt!rs -ot . private sets,,. :receive race- news' and1 oilier items - and post them up outside their shops t or 'phone them around the town, but the'Tostinaster-General-wfll not allow I the legitimate/ disseminators' of news); to do the same.'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

LOCAL AND GENERAL Boy-proof Watches 8/G, Ingersol | Watches 0/C.--II. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tuniut. ? ® » ? - The very choicest of high-class Ilionie-made Confectionery obtainable ) at MALLOS BROS' Sundao Shop, ' Tuniut. i A grass fire on Sir. G. -\V. Prowse's | 'Greenview' property, , Nacki Nacki', i Adelong :? district, ' destroyed between '30 and -40 acres of pasturage -on Mon day last before, being suppressed, ? * a a ? The -little- daughter ;of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tonkin is at .present ? -very' -ill, suffering o -from pneumonia. There has been a great. amount of : heavy i colds— a : species -of' 'flu— going 'the rounds amongst Old and young alike,: and many ''have -had: two /or three at tacks -of :t'lie comxilaint. .i. ?i'.. .'-The beautiful '-ram : ;whicli ? :fell-: throughout Tuesday -night last- was :a-: wee bit too heavy for the new road .to Mt. lloreb, which suflered in many places. This 'ram - should -do -a great amount : of : good:- Most -'of i the 'wool from ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERLAND CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

OVERLAND CARS. ? The special announcement by - Over land- Sydney Limited in this issue re .ptesents - one. of the most - remarkable amendments, in ear prices in the .history: of-).the motor - business; ? - . . : : The. company announces , that -it has v ul-vu. lyumi . iiuftaiuie .. uj-. liifj im provement- of 'body in'iccs and 'the ad ?vantage: attaching- to the / most, upto ? date ?inetliodsjof; continuous rniovement assembly 'to' bring the 'price' of the weH-known .Overliind 91 model down to £1 below. '? the ;f 200 ^lnark. : The .Overland referred .'to is the ? model), of which; many ; thousands are already, running, on the -roads of New South Wfales -and -whicli represenlsithe: .'gradually-improvcd-chassis whichmade its- first- appearance ilea rly three years ?' ? ago- and lias now stood the test- of len gthj sen ice ? Country, residents wilhremember' the line .Overland' cars, which/ under -the auspices- of the Country :]-rcss, ?made: eaclralOOO miles non-stop run: througli ... o...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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BATLOW [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

BATLOW The ground lias been very dry and hard for ploughing, winch the welcome ram will greatly assist. Tlie oat. crops are still very short and coining into ear. Several times the sky carried a stormy look, but nothing came of it, the clouds passing off without rain, until the unexpected happened on ^Tuesday, night. / AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. i A meeting of the Show committee ?was held recently, the principal busi ness being to deal with the report ot - the sub-committee appointed at the previous meeting to inquire into the . feasibility of holding a District Farm ^Exhibit Competition in connection with the.1926. Show, and to draft the neces sary conditions, etc. It bein£ a moon- . light night 'and fine withal] tlie attend ance was above the average, some 11 members being present, including the president (Col. G. E. Wilkinson), who occupied the. chair. Members were in jocular mood, and some of the sugges tions made in tho course of the evening were of a more or 'less facetious nature....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Cits' ' ' ~ /'Zips?. m-m fiiewxp* si*'*' ' ,,, iM) TO-DAY the amazing new price of J£!S9 for the Standard Overland Model 9 1 is announced. Thousands of these sturdy cars are running on the roads of this State, making history in reliability and petrol economy under all con ditions. For three years the design of this Overland has been so proven in service that only minor alterations and improvements have been necessary and incorporated from time to time. ' 0VERLAN1DS FIRST BECAUSE OVERLANDS LAST ! ' The Standard Overland is fitted with the patented, and uncopyable Triplex springs, which give riding comfort that cannot be ap proached by any other type Mm ^ of springing on a light car mS Ifijk of short wheelbase. This is S] j ~J / W fl'M JwSW Bm fvr»p of snrinmncy which M8f I ' / /^' 7 ?128 jumps over a 6 feet A - / [ f' 'I hurdle at N.S.W. country shows during j H ^ i - the past few months have tried to break i \ J and failed. That is one reason which F j ^ enables us with confidence t...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Delay is Dangerous. We all remember the pretty story, of the little hero who saved his na tive village in Holland by stopping, with his hand, through the whole of a dark, tumultous night, the gentle, trickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dyke and flooded the village. Similar danger threatens us here. Hundreds of backs are aching, yet people are neglecting this warn ing, and it's so easy to check kidney disease if treated in lime, but don't neglect the first warnings. Read how the danger can be averted: Mrs. Jas. O'Keefe, late of Clark-st., Tumut, and who is now on a station: near Crookwell, says: — 'I am very pleased I have au opportunity to . say a few words iu praise of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Some time ago I took a course of these pills for severe aching pains across my. back and other distressing symptoms of kidney trouble, and they- completely: cured me. A friend told me -about Doan's Backa...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maize Varieties A HANDY BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Maize Varieties A HANDY BULLETIN. The Department- of Agriculture has just issued ? a : farmers' . bulletin deal ing with 'Varieties of . inaize in New South AAlales,' and compiled by Mr. H. Wenholz, special instructor in maize; growing;- Although the de partment lias, issued bulletins deserip fitteinpt at .describing and illustrating about 80 varieties of maize with such particularly. The varieties are those recommended -.by the department, whose .work - during recent years has resulted in developing the utility of varieties for specified purposes, and for . the requirements of .certain dis tricts. . Mr. Wenholz lias been in charge of this work, and the maize varieties have been : greatly improved, chiefly by selection, under his direction. A tine series, of illustrations of each var iety . is ? a . feature of the book. The cobs .and; grains were specially selec ted in order that they might be ta ken by/; the judges and others as typi cal of .the named variety. ' 'The recognition of...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Departmental Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Departmental Matters. Mr. M. - Kilpatrick, M:L.A., -lias? received ; the following : communicat-); ions,. from - the i Dept. - of , Agriculture : 'With ;further;v reference ? to i your are-; presentations i„of ? the Batlow Packing' House Rural Co-operative Society,' ?Ltd.,- relative to : the grading of ap ples and pears, I- find that tho regula tions dealing with this matter were gazetted on the 6tli inst., -from -which date they became operative. A copy of the regulations is- forwarded here with for the' information of your cor-C respondents.' 'With reference to your represen tations on behalf of the Batlow Pack ing House Rural Co-operative Society, Ltd., concerning the recommendation of the Fruit Growers' Federation Council with regard to grades for apples and pears for the Interstate markets, I am going fully into the po sition in this matter. You will be further advised on the subject at an I early date.'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Town Band Concert A RARE MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Tumut Town Band Concert A RARE MUSICAL TREAT. We recollect no previous occasion when a Tumut audience was given such a delectable musical treat by local vocal talent, assisted by visiting instrumentalists, as that enjoyed by patrons at the Tuniut Town Band Concert, held in Laird's People's Pic tures Hall on Wednesday night last; and it might here be truthfully said that some of the visiting stars of song and music hitherto with us have not received such a rapturous reception us each and every performer was ac corded on Wednesday night. It has been our experience in the past to listen to a few high-class performers whose numbers were interspersed, too freely perhaps, with mediocre contri butions to; the programme, but here were tinished artists of high musical and vocal attainments every one. Encore after encore was demanded in every instance, and on two occasions two recalls had to be responded to to satisfy the clamour for more. The Town Band, as promoters of the con cert, deserve ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Wool is Wanted! "GOOD AVERAGE PRICE" NEWS FROM AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Wool is Wanted ! 'GOOD AVERAGE PRICE' NEWS; 'FROM AMERICA 'Our wool market/ 1 am glad to say, is a little better. There is more business 'moving and our worsted mills ara'a little happier than they were some little while ago. This is mainly on account of the fact ihat rags, shoddies, wastes, etc., got scarce and vej-y dear a, short while ago, with the rcsulti that a cheapcr piece of cloth could be made from worsted wool.' So- \vrites Mr. R. M. Pitt jr., from' Boston,' 'under date Octobere 15. News of American conditions is espuc-ially interesting to our wool trade just now because v\ve woulld like-; {«, know what America, is going to; do. (? ' ?- ' STEADINESS BEST. ' Mr. Pitt -jr. sounds a cheery note : 'I -do- not think: you- -.have v to worry about the disposal- of. tho Australian clip. -Wool .is . wanted. ...We wa n t to get it as cheap as we can,- but there is going, to/, he enough world's competition to insure, you'.a :go()d:average: price. I can. see nothing tliiit is iroinsr ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Corusacks Inquiry MINISTER EXONERATED. THE JUDGE'S FINDING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Cornsacks Inquiry MINISTER EXONERATED. THE JUDGE'S FINDING. ' 'I'liiul: that; theroi is*: no; evidence .of any,- misconduct, or - wrong-doipg: opi the. part-, of t any ^person j in* connection . with the contracts. And, on the. whole, I :iiin:Satishe(l.,jrr. iDuniuacted r reason- ably in what he did. .-..Lnerei mays Do; a, aiflereiice -oir opin ion as- to whether Mr. _ Dunn.1 acted wisely,' ; but, /in vmy.- opinion; rlia ving' ln- -iiiiiid : tho';qpjects-. lie; had - jn. . , view,1 = -'X ?think ho did,' That- is the finding of Mr. ,Juf-lico Janips, .w-ho. wasi. appointed r.a ; Royal .Commission to; inquires into: the puiv cha se : a nd re-sale , ,o f * comsacks, ; which resulted iu a . loss - to the - State of :£12,500. ? Mr. JusticarJaines proceeds :? 'There were a numbeivpf agents in Sydney,' ;tiny one of.whoir$'qould;haye'\bceH em jployed, but when^Mr.' Dunn was previ ously Minister' for Agriculture, the Rural Industries Board had employed Mr. Turnbull to buy and sell bags for th...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Biscuits and Cakes, fresh and in variety at MALLOS' BROS.' Sundae Shop, Tumut. ? - ?. - ? John Alexander Allen pleaded guilty' before .Judge Hevan at Quarter .Sessions on Monday to having married :i minor, without iirst lmviiig obtained her parents' consejit.' His Ilonor.when liinding Hocused over to come up for sentence within two years, said that if he did not try to make a living for his wife — and i-ossible family— he wouttl be iirought up for sentence. Apparently, said his Honor, tlie prisoner was a young man of good character ; he had now to fullil u bigger duty thau before,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

METHODIST. Gundagai. — 11 a.m. Tumut. — 3 p.m. Adelongv — 7.30 p.m. REV- MORICE J. BLOIC. . 'A.1T. EXPRESS' With which is incorporated 'THE ADELONG ARGUS.' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925. True to our principles.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Death of Master John Hilley [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Death of Master John Hilley The death of Master Jack Hilley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hilley of Argalong, which occurred at the Tu mut Hospital on Monday last, due to sunstroke, cast a gloom over the community. The lad, who was 15 years of age, and a bright and stal wart vouner Australian, after knock ing off work at Cr. D. L. Herlihy's on Saturday at mid-day, went afishirig with Master Boydie Herlihy in Sandy Creek. On Hilley's return, at about G p.m., he complained of a headache, but no particular notice was taken of an apparent . trifle like that. He af terwards sat down at the^'flre, and having been a hot (lay and the eve ning still being sultry, Mr. and Mrs. Hilley thought this proceeding, oh re flection, rather strange. He said to his mother about 7 o'clock his head was worse and he was enduring much pain. At 8 o'clock he seemed to get dozy and become semi-conscious, but his parents put this down to the fa tigue through work and walking in the stream flicking it for trout on ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

PRESBYTERIAN. ' v Tumut. — 10 a.m. (Sunday School), 7.30 p.m. (Divine Worship.)1 - Batlow. — 11 a.m. ~ ' Adelong— 3 p.m. - REV. A. CROWTHER SMITH.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES VALUES FIRM, FULL CLEARANCES, DEMAND STILL KEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

SYDNEY WOOL SEES VALUES FIRM, FULL CLEARAN - CES, DEMAND STILL KEEN. ? _ The : Secretary, Farmers and , Graz iers' Co-op. Company, reports: — The wool auctions in Sydney have proceeded on _ entirely satisfactory lines,' the recent improvement in val ues for all descriptions ' being fully maintained. In the case ? of come backs and fine crossbreds the im provement has actually been some what accentuated. Very full clear ances have been effected represe.it'i^i up wards of 95 per cent, of the quan tities submitted to auction. This lat ter factor is the best indication that could be given of the present keen demand from all sections of the buy ers. In the case of fine quality wools the French section is as keen as ever, hnt fipl'innn hnvprw nl«n nrf- nninnpt ing strongly for such, wools, and a keen enquiry from tho latter section in the case of skirtings is still a fea ture of tlie sales. Good support is forthcoming from the other sections, and it is gratifying to find that the increase...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Tumut Municipal Council The Municipal Council fortnightly meeting took place at the Chambers on Tuesday Hist; the Mayor (Aid. J. Elphick), and Aid. S. G. Pearce, C. E. Chit, J. Elliot, R. Joyce and J. J. Learmont being present. Est. late W('. D. X'. O'Brien applied for permission to make additions to the petrol store at Barbour's garage. — Granted. II. A. Cork asked for permission to instal a petrol pump in front of his garage, on the edge of the foot I-atli in Wynyard-street.— Granted, subject to the site selected being ap proved by the Council's Inspector. Permission 'to instal a water ? ser vice to G. W. Pearce's property at the intersection of Merrivale and Lambie-streets, was deferred till1 the reception of Engineer's report. G. II. Livingstone was granted per mission to instal the electric light on to E. J. Elpliiek's residence ill Cap per-street, provided the light is not used until a meter is installed. A. E. Myers 'received permission to erect new stables on his property in...

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