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AGRICULTURAL THE COUNTRY AGENT. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

AGRICULTURAL THE COUNTRY AGENT. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES. An interesting study of ? the part played by the country agent in the education of the United States far mer is supplied by the news service of the Federal Department of Mar kets and Migration, Melbourne. Over 2000 counties, it is stated, now em ploy such agents, the farm demon stration movement.-, -which they rep resent having proved one of the most useful in the whole field of American Education. The county agent is usually a grad uate of a State agricultural college. His work is directed by the college agricultural extension department, and he is paid under a system which, combines the appropriations of the Federal, State, and county Govern ments. When he begins his work in a new territory he first calls on several farmers, selected because of their reputation for intelligence and efficiency, and asks them to culti vate under his direction a field, or perhaps only a plot, of land. If a farmer agrees to c...

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

Town and Country. The annual school picnic at Blow ering is to be held on ' December 9. * * » . ? Cool Drinks of all descriptions, drawn through : ice in the latest Am erican Soda Fountain, obtainable at MALLOS BROS' Sundae Shop, Tu mut. ? o a ? The' friends of Mr. Walter J. Era ser, solicitor, were delighted to sec him out for an airing in his cur on Sunday last after several weeks' close continement to his room through ill ness. We hope to see him make a speedy recovery to wonted health. o ? ? » A Coronial inquiry into the murder of Miss Clare Prowse Wxis held on Junee on Wednesday, when Jack Smith, who had suf ficiently recovered from his self inflicted injuries to give evidence, was committed for trial at Syd ney on November 23. ? ? * e 9 The petition to the State Pre mier, out for signature and copies of which are in several towns ad jacent to Tumut, praying for consent to form a County Council for Gadara Shire andTunuit Mu nicipality to enable the Tiunut River hydro-electric s...

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

. O 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0--0—0— 0 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— O—O-O— 0—0 o I Opemiig KmmmnctmmL i f Th)©' Too odd wQ, (©at ® t ^ Wynyard-st, Tumut ^ l Mrs Billiard ? f, $ Wishes to inform tho General Public of TUMUT and DISTRICT ^ T that she will ? | J OPEN ON f 4 Saturday, November 21, 1 925* f 0 the above CAI-E, which will be run on MOST MODERN LINES. © J EVERYTHING NEW and UP-TO-DATE. ^ ] _ MORNING and AFTERNOON TEAS I 9 HOT MEALS WHEN REQUIRED I © MIDDAY DINNERS COOL DRINKS 1 I I ? MRS HILLIARD f © IN PREMISES RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY ELPHICKS. O J, 0—0—0—0—0-0—0—0—0—0—0 o— 0— 0— 0— 0— 0— 0— 0— -0— 0— 0 \0 ? — — I ? ? ? ? ? I ? ? © o ? 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0^-4) — 0—0 0—0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0^ 1 THE PEOPLE'S PICTURES, j i (O'BRIEN'S HALL) °\ J f^dtute Sou$e | SATURDAY, MR 21 ^ j 0 NO 1.- | I 'THE HEART OF A SIREN' 'THE HEART OF A SIREN' © ° . ? 'THE HEART OF A SIREN' 'THE HEART OF A SIREN' © ® .Featuring BARBARA LA MARR and CONWAY SEARLE. © A tempestuous Romance staged on Europe's Fashionable Riviera . ...

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

Mr. W.- ,J. Sinclair, .local-r a^ifti toi' : : v Ed wards. Tea. Coy, who' several nion- ' ths ago went to; Sydney to consult-gi specialist regardmg Ins/ health ..unit : ?was- many . weeks in- hospital, shortly returning to his old\iK-st,..lmY- inj? 'recovered from his illness;. Mr. -, Win. Crotherp,/ who-has' flUled tiie- posi tion during Mr. r Sinclair's- absence,' -, has received the appointnient to the company's Casino agency. ' Air. Cro-:; tliers, who recently took : the late ?- Shire Faigineer's residence- upon his leaving for Woodburn, advertises -his furniture for private sale. ? . .. .... ... ? / , . . ... . J'.- /' Printed and. Published : by- A.- Wilkio : / ?Watson, . Sole. vPropriotor,: at ; his ; printing ofllce, - Wynyard-stroet, ?[ . Tumut, in tho State. _ of New * South' Walcsi ? . ' / ;

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1925 ANGLICAN. Trinity XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

DIVINE SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1925 ANGLICAN. . Trinity XXV. All Saints, Tumut.— . a.m. (II.C.), 11 a.m. (Eucharist— The Rector), 7.30 p.m.' (Evensong.— The Rector). Lacmalac.— 3 p.m (at Mrs Wren's). Boinbowlee Creek. — 7.30 p.m. (at Mrs. Hicks). Tomorroma.— 3 p.m. REV. T. A. GAIR, Th.L., .Rector St. . Paul's, Adelong. — 9 a.m. and 7.30 'p.m. Wondalga — 11 a.m. Batlow. — 3 p.ni. REV. G.*F. PYKE,. Rector.

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

TUMUT TOWN BAND A Grand Sacred and Classical : CONCERT Will be given in O'Brien's Hall, TUMUT, on SUNDAY NEXT (22nd NOV.), commencing 8.30 p.m. Assisting Artists MISS JOYCE COLLINS, L.A.B. (Violiniste) MISS FITZGERALD (Pianiste). MR. J. M. HERRON (Cornetist) . MISS Iv. DOWNING (Vocalist). Bill. II. SHEARER (Vocalist). If you have not heard Miss Collins, don't miss this last opportunity of doing so ! GADARA SHIRE ELECTIONS. 'B' Riding. I beg to state that I am a CANDI DATE for. the above RIDING in the COMING ELECTIONS, and respect fully SOLICIT RATEPAYERS' SUP POUT. ALLAN W. BEACH, . 'Oakview,' Brungle. TRIENMW ELECTIONS Shire of Gadara 'C' RIDING. To the Electors of 'C' Riding. Ladies and Gentlemen. — i. I I, GEORGE CHARLES BROWN, manager Batlow Case and Timber Mills, Batlow, wish to . notify myself as a Candidate for your representa tion. Being a Business Man, I have taken a keen interest in the progress of these districts. If you favor me with your votes, I will work for the bette...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Tumut Post Office ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS INWARDS -From Sydney, Cootamundra, Gun dagai, etc., Monday, Wednesday, 'Friday 11.5 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 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 I.30 p.m...

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

i 0--O— O— O— O— O— O— O— 0— 0 ? o—O— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 ? 0 | j- J Jr What you get in an ik ? i m RJA. Lever , % i I lo Craftsmanship equnl to Q fjf what is popularly con- iS I' EJ sidered the spccial vir- lli 9 S| tue of the most expen- sR I H . sive watchesis what you T- B get in an RJ.A. Lever. . o ik Gold filled n r* I J % from ? 0 §//\^ 1 M-//L k It has fifteen jewels, KH 9 ... Breguet Hairspring, fed i Mi -in-J Cut Compensation Vh i fa Balance. Can be had fj| L in Gold or Silver fl$| | English Hunting cases. /jQr q Silver n r* / Ml I 2oz.case75/- Iff £ Jf f J ^-hISr?-7 f ] E. IX SillASTj f ? Watchmaker & Jeweller, Tumut f Y o O ' 0—0—0 0 0 0—0—0— O—O -' — o—o—o—o—o — o—o — o — o—o I 0 ® — o — o — 0 — o — o — C — 0 — 0 — O ? O — 0 — o — o — o — o — 0 ? 0—0 ? o— 1 DEEBY'S ? PB®m D8®TEiJS t O (THE LEADING HOUSE OF THE DISTRICT) ^ f __ Wynyard Street (Next Post Office). o ? ^ TUMUT. | o j RECIHALO DEER¥? Proprietor | 'j: f C.T.A. HOUSE. 9 o I | Extensively added to, alter...

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

LOW COST LITTLE WORRY - LONG LIFE MORRIS CAR (All Brslisla) From a£2§0. ? Southern Farm a ml Station Supply Agmcjs Tumut and Cootamundra. | ?i I

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

O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell.street, [Tumut, has again. been appointed an agent for Peter's Famous Ice Cream ? ? ? ? Mr. Harold S. Prowso is to be united iu holy wedlock with Miss Sylvia Eni il.v Derrick, at St Paul's Church of England, Adelong, on AVjednesday, No vember 25. The Iiev. AY|. S. McLeocl, Ueetor of Gundagai, is ^oiiifr to Ade long to officiate at the ceremony. Mr. I'rowse is of Green View, Adelbng, and Miss Derrick is of Happy Valley, Tuiu bloiii-',

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

BIff®CTOKr ? ywvwTJSae WoaadeffiMJJV*'nrfV^ JCtsslto© '[ © (SIZE lO x 7) * © C I- has been welcomed into thousands of Aus-[j i] tralian Homes in the past four months, and? Ji is proving to be a 5 ;! &ea3 Good T5 sanekeegDer - / with no springs to break or key to wind, jj J Just pull up the weight once a day and it % 5 will go for a generation. 5 i Children love to hear jj 1 TTBae Cuckoo S his melodious notes j, ^^®||^^^^^^cvery quarter hour; in% 3j fa&» grown-ups are just Jjj tbisvery novel and popu- J i* lar clock which is ? £ SeasU Post Farecv ?J and guaranteed against? S damage in speciafllyj! J5 TffiJ made boxes, and in order J V' . to introduce these clocks 2 Ji in this district we will make a redu&ion of 5 ? 2/6 on each clock if this adve. is sent with ? ?J order. Our usual selling price for this K S novel clock is iyl6, so mention this paper jS ? and send for yours to-day, enclosing J C / 2 j money order for ? 10 J ' J jC Sole Importer# : jC .5 ° MMimE...

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

HEADACHE The First Symptom of Every Form of Disease. Headaches arc but symptoms of ?other ailments ; to which they : are ' merely sympathetic, such as ;Iadi-: .f.e-tion, Biliousness, Constipation, or some other irregularity of the system. ?Ilendache is all everyday occurrencc with many people, and in its visi tations :is no respecter of persons, , rich and; poor, man, woman or child, .Under all climatic conditions — and . knows neillicr'age nor colour. Many .\vomen'habitually suffer from head aches, -which make life a daily ?purgatory.' -There, arc . many everyday causes oMiendaohcalepending on digestion. One very fertile source is over-eating, i partly caused by changes in the , blood,. but partly also by the nervous influence transmitted ! from the out- ? ? raged digestive organs. Abuse of food; produces a headache much in the same way as excessive indulgence :in alcohol. To overcome headaches, it is abso lutely necessary to get at the cause. Drugs ^which act on the heart and redu...

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

Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, all the favorite brands, at MALLOS' BKOS.' Suuilau Shop, WynyarU-st., 'luuwt.

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Mystery of Stonehenge EXCAVATION WORK [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Mystery of Stonehenge — oOo^— EXCAVATION WORK Systematic investigation ; of the ; Stonehenge area .by excavation . 'lias been in progress 'for '. several years . ; Addressing ; a -meeting :-of ::the . Society : of Antiquaries -of .-.London, Lieut.-; Colonel .Wf oHawley -said- : further ;Qx-- aminatfon .hacl' shown tUat 'the 'cirqle of foreign stones must ;have:-.hgld -a' much larger number ! than ; had hith erto 'been supposed, . Examination of the site from which 'foreign 'stones had been: ; taken sliqwed that .their, removal .had been ? comparatively re-: cent, and proof of this was afforded by finding part of . a -,17th ..century: glass flagon which -gave a eonipara tive date for the robbery .' .They rhad: found that the close spaemg :Qf ;tl\e; foreign stones had. been qontinuqua.v no doubt it was . so throughout the circle, with :the ? exception . of -the' space at tlie entrance, so that: when all were standing they : must .have had the appearapce. .of a low wall Finds of intere...

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MAN WITHOUT HANDS GOULBURN NATIVE THRILLS SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

MAN WITHOUT HANDS GOULBURN NATIVE THRILLS SYDNEY. Described by doctors as a most unique and remarkable case, Mr. W. W. Wilson, who is at present an in mate of Sydney Hospital, has lost both him hands, and yet is a clerk by- occupation. Not only that, but lie supports a wife and six children, pays football, cricket and billiards. He swims and rides also, is a fine rifle-shot, and an amateur black and white artist. And now that he is in hospital as the result of an injury tho Sydney papers are starring 'Walker' Wil son, who is well remembered in Goul Inun, and who formerly resided with his parents at Kenmore. Wilson, who was educated at St. Patrick's Onlleirrv ivnK in liis vniin. I ger days a wing three-quarter for a I Goulburn first-grade Rugby Union team. He played football right' through his school days. At fending off attack, swimmer, rifle shot and runner, he excelled. ' ? i Many Goulburn' citizens, will re member the accident, : - thirty years, ago, which deprived Wilson' of , h...

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

Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes are obtainable at NICK IIAWKEN'S, next Rural Bank, Tumut. * ? * e A cow which grazed her whole lite on the highways aiul byways of Stook iubiugal, aged nearly 20, was slaugh tered on Monday for the pigs. In her xtonmch was found. 200 nails (up to Dins, long) , a 3d .bit, thousands of wire staples; as the result of her chew ing up ^magazines, copper rivets, four pieces of .rubberi and, buttons from. mo- tor car ihooils;' -Ouly. .one of the nails imucturedttiie. stoiuucU. ... ,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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St. Helena A MYSTERIOUS NOOK [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

St' Helena A MYSTERIOUS NOOK Tlie island of St. Helena, says Bas: sett Digby, in the 'Graphic,' is one of the most mysterious nooks and corners of our far-flung Empire. Everyone knows that Napoleon (lied there, a prisoner of war.' hut beyond that sole fact tlie island is far less familiar to us than 'Lhasa or Central Africa. Most men think of it as about the size of Jamaica, but Jamaica is 150 miles long, whereas a straight ten-mile walk on St. Hel ena brings you clear across from south-west to north-east. Tlie last-: census revealed fewer than, 4000 jin--: habitants all told. Yet the island -is interesting in a variety of ways ,. ' i It lies a'way out in -the South At lantic, 1100. miles .-from , the coast* of ; Africa, and jis shaped .like ia goat's ?head, - about ,-10 _ miles :from .snout ? to ear, and n four- ;or -live from eye -to': chin'; , ;It -is an ?; extinct tertiary vol cano, one -of -the :peaks of ;a submar iiie .i'auge, jOf which ; even lonelier ';Tristan.Ld!Acunha:.and...

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

BARGAIN DAHLIAS. Still Available. Those Dahlias at one-sixth tlie pricc recently advertised by us are still ob tainable. The latest idea in Dahlias comes from our growers this year, and by it SHEPHERD'S are able to give you something very good, ytsl wonderfully cneap. /in nit' various kinds such as Cactus, Collarette, Pacony, etc., were sown late last year in one big mixture find the result is that this year we have thousands of little long tubers about 12 inches long and thick as a pencil. These will, if put in now, give you blooms this year the same as a large tuber.. .And instead of paying 1/- each for large tubers you can have 12 of these small ones for 2/6, post free. There are all colors and kinds in the mixture. Those desiring our ordinary named ? 1/- varieties can ask for our free Dahlia catalogue. FREE. — To everyone ordering above 2/6 woiifh we give a free booklet on how to grow Dahlias. P. L. C. SHEPHERD and SON, LTD., 734 George-street, Sydney.

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THE GARDEN THE PICK OF THE DAHLIAS. PLANTS FOR HOT CORNERS. WONDERFUL NEW CLIMBING BUTTER BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

THE GARDEN TIIB PICK OF THE DAHLIAS. PLANTS FOB IIOT CORNERS. WONDERFUL NEW CLIMBING BUTTER BEANS. Tlie planting of Dulilias must be put in hand at once. lf not already com pleted. If time' caimot be spared to prepare tlie .ground'ias well as you would like, (iori't take it to heart: there is nothing -'to-' worry about, be ciiu$e:!n good mushing with animal jii.iiuiiu - wixuii :: ' uii; jmuus uiu iuiii. grown will afford plenty of food for the roots; each .watering collects valuable ingredients from the manure, and car ries it downwards. Get some good varieties, and throw out the wasters; there's neither time nor room 'for second-raters these days. ? Am few of the * best . : — UAUA'Utt- VAltiJliTliiia Caronia, -yellow. ; Do'rothy 1-Iawes, -cerise. Conquest, : crimson- maroou. .- 5- Galllipoli' Hero; : silvery :pink. Gigantic, old gold. : . - Magnificent, orange. i Miss Stredwick, yellow shading to pink. ' ; Pennant, coral. pink. The Imp, .darkest marooili Silverliill Park, pure whit...

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On Hull Island A MODERN CRUSOE. STRANGE STORY OF PRIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

On Hull Island A MODERN CRUSOE. STRANGE STORY OF PRIVATION. VANCOUVER.— The R.M.S. Aoran gi's passengers, on their homeward trip, can tell the real story of the re lief of a modern Robinson Crusoe, marooned on a tiny coral island in the mid-Pacific, by the failure of the company for which he was managing a copra plantation. At the request of the liquidators of the Samoa Ex ports Company, tho Aorangi called on November 1 at Hull Island, be tween Suva and Honolulu, to get in formation of conditions and' deliver letters to A. Shaeffer, originally en tlinm W Wo ivitll his wife, two children, and a score of Kanakas, have been there four years, and for the past 18 months entirely out of communication with the world. With a native crew Scliaef fer loft the island in an outrigger canoe with a story of worry and hardship, which Captain R. Craw ford wirelessed to the Governor of Fiji. For eighteen months Mr. Seli aeffer received no word from his company. For four months his sup ply of ordinar...

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