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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

We Stock only FRESH Confection ery of all descriptions and our prices are right.— NICK HA WREN'S Con fectionery Shop, next Rural Dank,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

-TUMUT. A meeting of the Local Land Board Cor. the Land District of Tumut will be *held at the Court-house, Tumut, on 1 13st inst, at. 2 p.m., when tho fol lowing, cases, will be considered: — FOR CONSIDERATION. Purcoll, Wm. . Geo., Sp.Lse. 25-11, about 80 acs. ' , Klein, , William, Sp.Lse. :25-\%, 1Q0 acres. . ? , ; jj.mrceii, Benjamin,' Afldn. 'Sec. 163 to- C.P. 75-4354. , , , The last three applications are con Clicting. APPLICATION FOR ADDN.. SEC 163 Harris, Noel Henry, Freehold por tions,.! 193. acres. EXTENSION .OF TERM. Harris, Noel Henry, Sp.Lse. 10-4, 193Jacs. ' CLAIM IN 'RESPECT ? OF RABBIT PROOF FENCING. - Thompson, R. M., versus II. W. Mason.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNNY CORNER. SILVER CITY'S ECLIPSE. NOW NOT EVEN A VILLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

-SDNNT CORNER. SILVER CITY'S ECLIPSE. NOW NOT EVEN A VILLAGE. In the heyday of its prosperity, some 36 years ago, Sunny Corner had a population of about 5000 people, with a dozen hotels, numerous stores, large halls, and batteries stamping day and night. To-day it in a deserted village. The final touch came at the end of April, with the departure of 30 of its inhabitants, the closing down of its only store and butcher's shop, and the removal of the police station and most of the school. The silver city of Sunny Corner, which flourished in the years from 1882 to 1892-3, is practically exting uished. To many of the 'old hands' in the mining fields of New South Vales this, while being sincerely re gretted, will recall old memories of stirring days and frenzied finance. Sunny Corner boomed as a silver city in the days when the commodity fetched 5/- per ounce; it declined when the world was overstocked with the metal, causing a drop in value to under 2/, and also because the gos san ores...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUE CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

TRUE CO-OPERATION. By 'Verb. Sap.' In a world driven to the verge of madness by human selfishness, pre judice, greed, and apathy, Australia should hear the voice of reason which appeals for true co-operative endeavor. In earnestly desiring a 'Better Country Town' movement, it is obvious that co-operation must grow in the towns, commencing with the larger business and professional interests, reaching out to the small interests, and thence still outward to primary production, with the com pact body offering the hand of friendship to genuine labor and fair capital. To-day we. are as a house divided against itself. Some country towns appear to desire a kind of separate ness. City interests the same. The only compactly organised body in the country is that supposed to represent labor, and labor appears to imagine its province to be that permitting all controls to fall into the hands of ex tremists, who, in their turn, not only demand separateness, but are urging 'Red-flag' sentiments to ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL LAND BOARD. ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

LOCAL LAND BOARD, ADELONG. A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at the Courthouse, Adeloiig, on 14th inst., at 10 a.m., when the following cases will be con sidered : — FOR CONSIDERATION. Pigram, : George Thomas, 'R.L. 25-1, about 20 acs. Todd, Mercer, A.C.P. 25-8 (cohv. Sp.Lse. 16-6), about 412' acres. Tonkin, Thomas and A. S., Road Pur. No. 24-14S, 2ac. 3rds. Hourigan, Michael, Imp. Pur. No. 24-3, 'lac. !24pers.

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THE WHITE TRAIN. PREFERENCE LEAGUE. TOUR OF THE COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

THE WHITE TRAIN. PREFERENCE LEAGUE. TOUR OF THE COUNTRY A preliminary inspection ot the 'White Train' that will carry the 'Australian Made' exhibits through the country towns of New South Wales was made recently at the Clyde (Sydney) workshops, at the request of the 'Australian Made' Pre ference League. The traizi will leave Sydney early in November on a six months' tour, during which it will travel 2300 miles. The train will be 910ft.' in^ length, or nearly twice the length of the Melbourne express. The exhibits will be housed in fifteen waggons and there will be living quarters, dining rooms, a kitchen, and a power sta tion for the supply of electricity on the train. Searchlights will he used at the towns visited, and working manufacturing processes will be in stalled. The weight of the entire train, apart from the exhibits and passengers, will be approximately 704 tons. When complete the train will be one o£ the 'heaviest and lon gest ever marshalled in Sydney. xne total cost oi ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Wool, Hides, Skins and Fups Buyer, GRAHAMSTOWN. MR. KELLY WILL BE AT ADELONG EVERY SATURDAY. Very Highest Ruling Prices Paid for all kinds of. Produce. ' 'Phone 50, Adelong. : TO STAND THE SEASON AT MT. ADRAH, 11 Miles from Adelong, 40 Miles ? from Wagga, At E. J. O'Dwyer's Property, PARR (22), imported, brown horse, bred in England in 1920, by Fariman (winner of. £5300 and son of Gallin ule) from Dame Pertelote, by Chau cer (sire of Stedfast, winner of £26,363) from Dark Veil, by ,Veles .(winner of £14,961) from' Dark Duch ess (half-sister to cthe dam \ of Hou nam),' by St. Simon from .Sweet Duchess (winner' Doncaster Cup and half-sister to 'Merry Duchess, winner of City' *: arid ' Suburban Handicap, grand-dam of; Cylgad, and great grand-dam ; of ' PartliO^by Hagioscope from Grand : Duchess (half-sister to Rosebery and great : grarid-darii of Your jfajesty, winner' -of the St. Leger, and Our Lassie, : winner 'of the Oaks), by Lozenger. :: Holds the ' Government Stallion Certificate...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

, ^%fU^^ RESTORES | 4JJ* W LEATHERWARE. ^^^ __^__ Nolhinu h better than Slii.noleum for | ? — ~ ? -^ .habby leBBint:». »uitc»,c. .nd .ntehel.. ;| j/^ tf7i\ Itquickly produces a bright finish, -wmcti tf S tf\ V\\ P'o'cc'3 nnd preserve* the leather. ;? ( J^L rs Q $t\ I MAKES TILES I I t~i&2-J[j &t'[ fn I LIKE NEW. j 'S!^™^' llW*'~ fj-ff4,V Shi-noleum producea o wonderfully jj ABELONG (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. . JFiteoy Street, Tumut. ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

11 Q V^KJ, _ mna ,ji ,„ ^ U!«Uj« H»lll ILLJIN1I Lj«vJ ill' / III I fl l^O^t— * fj- . I SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT Ordinary travel never taxes the sturdy __ ?-. fengine of Dodge Brothers Motor Car ' s\. ''-''- v ' -=- to the limit of its power. . * «, This is because a generous surplus has been provided for emergencies, such as steep' Hills and sandy or muddy roads; Thus the rriotor is hot subjected to a ' ?? ' tonstant strain, not is the owner put td - ' '? - the inconvenience of changing gears at '' every incline. ? AUSTRALIAN |^^^^'^^=~^ AUSTRALIAN STANDARD fh^^^i^^^SS^A STANDARD ROADSTER V^iE^^^^^^^lllr TOUFtfNG .', ) gTANDARTJUSED MOTORS LlMITS©] . . . 252 CA5JTL.BBEABH BTRBET,,SyONEY * ' '. ? ' ASSOCIATE DEALER A. B. HOGAN TUMUT ! jJon t Worry —brother I 1 Are you ' down and out,' or ' down ' + I only — refusing to go ' out 1 ' Have you '. '. ' lost faith in human nature because of \\ that unkept appointment which meant « ? so much to you — or of the promise ', '...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

'. DEAFNESS , NOISES IN THE HEAD AND NASAL CATRRH CAN BE CURED The New Continental Remedy called 'LARMALENE' (Regd.) Ib a simple harmless home treatment ?which absolutely cures deafness, noises in the head, ?etc. No Expensive Appliances needed, for this new Ointment Instantly operates upon the affec -; :ted parts -with complete and per manent success. Scores of Won derful Cures reported. RELIABLE TESTIMONY. Mrs. E. Crowe, o£ Whitehorse Road, Croydon, writes : — 'I am plea sed to tell you that the small tin of 'ointment you sent to me at Veiitnor has proved a complete success, my hearing is now quite normal, and the horrible head noises have ceased. The action of this new remedy must be very remarkable, for I have been troubled with these complaint for nearly ten years, and have had some of the very best medical advice, to gether with other expensive ear in struments, all to no purpose. I need hardly say how very grateful I am, for my life has undergone an entire change.' Try one Box...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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COUNTRY NEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

COUNTRY NEEDS. The progress of New South Wales during the first sixty years of its his tory, viewed in the light of later ev ents, seems painfully slow and some what uncertain. Yet the earlier col onists must have been conscious of the vast heritage destined to become the fortune of Australia, for on no other supposition can their sacrilices and exertions be understood. To the nations of the Old World this was practically un unknown land and it was not until the story of the gold discoveries was noised about that the importance and possible future of Australia were in any way realised. Although the settlement of New South Wales has not been affected by the discovery of gold to the same1 extent as that of Victoria, yet the number of persons engaged in the search for the precious metal was at one time very considerable, but as wealth contained in the alluvial de posits lying to the hand of the digger the number steadily diminished, and it was many year before the in dustry again began...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Precaution against influenza infec tion — Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. a * * ? Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK HAWKBN'S, next Rural Banli, Tumut.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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EX-CROWN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

EX-CROWN PRINCE. uwu Extracts were published on June 2G by the 'Lokalanzeiger,' from a book written by the ex-Crown Prince, entitled, 'I Seek the Truth,' says, the London 'Daily Telegraph .' Iu the book the ex-Crown Prince tries : to prove that Germany was ? not responsible for tho war, and that Austria's- action against Serbia was justified. He draws a comparison with what would- have happened if the ? Prince- of iWales had been assas sinated in Cape Town by the bombs manufactured in the Transvaal and thrown by British subjects of Boer nationality. The ex-Crown Prince considers ' it highly probable that the British Government would not have sent an ultimatum of any kind, but would have, despatched a British; Fleet to ; South Africa and would have conquered the country, and at the same time informed the entire world that -any interference in 'the: conflict would -be' regarded as a hos tile act. The Prince adds: 'I ask- every Eng lishman on his honor if -such action by his Government...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o o— 01— o^—o— o—o— o—o— o—o— o MEALS: :; Harper's Rolled Oats, 51b. Hags 2/. . S Harper's Flaked Oiits, 51». Bags 1/11. - \ Harper's Oatmeal, 51b. Ba^t 1/10. ' v \ Ur.cle Toby's Oats, 51b. lings 2/S). Breakfast D'Light, 21b Panels lOd. .... -^.''??' 'i Breakfast D'Ligbt, 41b PucltPts 1/8. ' -' «^~ .''? ;, , COCOA: , \ *..:*:-) ''.] 'Royalty,' i's 7Jd; }'s 1/S; 1's 2/3. '''*., l 'Bourneville,' 1's lOd ; i's 1/8 ; l's'8^3. :/'\ J, ',*.„- ? i Loose Cocoa, 1/0 lb,,quarr. guaranteed. COFFEE: V . ' : Fresh ground on the prem ses, 2/0 per. In - - ? r , ., ' 'Oriental,'. 2/0 . per .? lb. ' ' ' 'Pasha,' 279 per lb. . . ?' . ., | TEA: ?'??;: ?';:. - [' - ;;;.., ; i 'AsB.O.' 2/G lb. . 'Billy,'. 2/3' lb: - 'Sovereign,' 2/0 lb. -Loose jTea, l/9I.lb. 'Kinkara,' 2/0 lb. Green Tea, 9d packet 'Bushell's,' 2/0 lb. RABBJT TRAPS: 'Lane's Patent,' 1011 patforn, 2S/0 doz. Cash with Vr. Cups and Saucers, white md gold, 8d each. Odd Cups, 5d each. Motor Funeral Directors. Have just ins...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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The Spirit of Intolerance. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

The Spirit of Intolerance. Sir Prillip Gibbs has won great fame as a notable war correspondent, fine journalist and writer of essays of high order, as well as an author of widcly-called-for works of fiction, etc., that we avidly read what he has to say on the above, i,\ view of con ditions of our national and social life in the old land, . as well as here in Australia. After alluding to the great body of middle-class moderate, reasonable, and steady opinion which is the safe guard of the nation against all vio lent revolution, he says: 'It is true of course, that tolerance can be car ried to extreme limits. One cannot tolerate obscenity, incitements to murder, or to orgies of blood in the cause of liberty, or revolutionary at tacks upon the ordinary rights of citizenship and the common law of the land. There comes a point when tolerance must become intolerance. unless it makes an abject surrender to the forces of evil and anarchy. That is the argument of those who justify Mussolini ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Yon can buy a'ny class of STA TIONERY, TOYS, Etc., at O'SULLI- VAN'S, the Riissell.street Stationer, Tumut. 'Phone 118,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

NO POSTAGE ON THESE GUARAN. TEED SEEDS. SHEPHERDS (the only linn that guarantees its packet seeds to grow) will send you post free for 1/9, 45 varieties of Vegetables made up in 4 packets as follow: — (1) S Kinds Water Melon Mixod. : (2) 20 Kinds Tomatoes Mixed. (3) 10 Kinds Cucumber Mixed. (4) 7 Kinds Rock Melon Mixed. Or you may have any one of the above four for 6d post free. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD., 734 George.street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

THE GARDEN. A flower which is beginning to re ceive attention because of it being better understood is the lovely Del phinium. At one time it was thought that his plant could not be grown successfully in our warm climate, but it is found that by giving atten tion to the soil, and by planting on suitable aspects, tho Delphinium gives quite a good account of itself. One must take into consideration the fact that these plans succeed best in cold districts on moist soils, and try to provide aa nearly as possible similar conditions. Try to find a sit uation where they will get the morn ing sun till about ten or eleven o'clock; this suits them admirably. Next attend to the soil. If it is sandy and does not contain much body, or is lacking in humus, it will be necessary to dig in a liberal al lowance of well decomposed manure, or vegetable matter. If some boncdust is sprinkled over this before digging so much the bet ter, for, this being slow acting, will help provide nourishment for the r...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

Telegraphic. LONDON, Wednesday. 'Good-bye ! Perhaps the saddest word one can say, but I'll say it with a smile. You know I'm sixty, tho ugh really I only feel 25,' said Dame Melba in a special interview. 'Of course, I shall return just only for appearance. I will be in Sydney whenr the world will say 'Good-bye, Melba, for ever.' It's a fair thing. Concerted, I'd love to enter Austra lian politics. I shall certainly do so if I can be of service to my beloved country, which is passing through such troublous times. I have writ ten Mr. Bruce, expressing sympathy with him in 'his troubles . I hope to be living in my home at Lilydale, Victoria, -within a year.' — Austral Press . SYDNEY, Thursday. In the Legislative Assembly this morning, replying to Mr. Bavin, Mr. Lang said the amount of income tax totalled during the last five years, representing the carryover from the previous year, was : 1920, £21,309, 90S; 1921, £22,634,998; 1922, £23,800, 430; 1923, £24,803,488; 1924, £25,124, 000. M...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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WEDDING QUIRK—CONNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 9 October 1925

WEDDING QUIRK— CONNORS. At the Roman Catholic Church, Tumut, on 30th September, a quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated by Rev. Fr. J. Sharkey, P.P., the contracting parties being Miss Phy- llis Connors, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Connors, Tumut, to Mr. Ted Quirk, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Quirk, of Wagga. The bride was gowned in ivory satin, beaded in silver, and silver lace, a trail of orange blossom with touches of silver held the veil in position. She carried a sheaf of lilies and as- paragus fern. Her attendant was her sister, Miss Nellie Connors, who wore coffee georgette beaded in gold and mauve, and a soft georgette hat to tone. The bridesmaid carried a boquet of stocks and sweetpeas. Mr. Gerald Quirk acted as best man. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Quirk left on their honeymoon, which will be spent in Sydney. The bride travelled in a smart frock of cinnamon marocain, with hat to match. The presents were nume...

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