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Gang of Hoodlums at Gundagai COMPLAINTS TO POLICE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

Gang of Hoodlums at Gundagai COMPLAINTS TO POLICE 'There is a gang of hoodlums in Gundagai, and the police have re ceived many complaints of their do ings.' So spoke Sergt, Hinde, at the Gundagai Police Court on Friday last, when Cecil Bowditch pleaded rrii il f .r +r. i nffnnt-Min 1* n havior the previous evening. Constable Ryan told tho Bench that, at 10.15 the previous evening, Bowditch and two companions 'went gay' in Sheridan-street. Linked arm in arm they paraded the street, in a hilarious mood, and jostled anyone who came their way. Several peo ple had to rush off the footpath to get out of their way. None of tho three young fellows were drunk, but they ? appeared to have had a few the other two got away, but he would issue summonses against them. Then Sergeant Hinde spoke up and told of the hoodlums, and the com plaints lodged as to their conduct. A few nights ago, added the Serg eant, a number of these hoodlums, walking in front of women and girls, had committed acts of the...

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 — 20 November 1925

^ j || I SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT Dddbe Brothers . ? ' : 'motor, car. It is a delightful sensation to feel that, at a moderate cost you have a fully ' ' - ? equipped car with ample power for ' any emergency and generous room for - :? four others besides yourself. You feel justified in boasting a bit of the good qualities of the Dodge Brothers Motor Car, with its powerful motor and its efficient self-starting . t , system. ' ' ^ v And it is satisfying to know that behind 1 your car is one of the world's foremost manufacturers, whose reputation gives ; you. definite assurance of maximum , ? ? - - service at minimum cost. ' . t ^STANDARDISED MOT.OWS LIMITED., ^ - ,asa castub r e ag h btrebt, syoNey # ASSOCIATE DEALER A. B. HOGAN TUMUT j ic^FOR XMAS-^J I and all Seasons j I I j Quality WINKS j j 1 I Obtainable at a Licensed 1 \ Houses. I | CALDWELL'S WIMES LID, | 72-82 Pyrmont Bridge Road, _ Camperdown | Fitzroy Street, Tniniit. Hides, Furs & Skin-buyer. Bert Jf...

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

Smith & ' Paddle's OWAKYILU JERSEY AND MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIG STUD FARM TOMUT, N S W. ^DAIRYMEN, NOTE !— That our JERSEY STOCK are founded orv.the combination of the following blood lines : — BRIGHTON KING (Imp.) PROMETHUS (Imp.) and , RETFORD MARAPOSA. ...lilt! U.IJUVU iU« ULU LJJliCS 1 LUl TYPE and UTILITY to be found. OUR COWS Are under GOVERNMENT IIERD TESTING. These are the figures ? that count. ? MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIGS are v bred from the MELBOURNE and SYDNEY ROYAL CHAMPIONS, and are strong in DRAYTON CHIEF and . PRESTON PETER BLCIOD. Young BULLS and I-IEIPERS, BOARS and SOWS FOR SALE. Ail Registered in Stud Books. Very Liberal Terms, if necessary. | ? ? Inspection Invited. Apply at THE FARM, or 'Phone [TUMUT 77, SPECIAL NOTICE. Owing to NUMEROUS INQUIRIES 'from SMALL FARMERS, we have .'???'v.- decided to STAND at STUD a High-class Jersey Bull AT A VERY NOMINAL PRICE. This is to help and establish JERSEY STOCK in our locality. Also: A PURE YORKSHIRE ROAR AT 10/6 PER SERVI...

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

|r— p.EST elogr; RonrsH jl ADELONG (UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT) R. J. BENSON, Proprietor, The New Proprietor, having taken over this well-known favorite lotel, announces to his friends and the public generally that It will be sonducted on the most modern lines. w* 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 0. Motor Funeral Directors. Have just installed an up-to-date Motor Service for Undertaking-purposes, and are prepared to cater for all requirements in this direction,- -within.' a-, radius of 50 miles of Tumut. ? - NO INCREASE OF CHARGES FOR MOTOR SERVICE . ? . Special arrangements can-be made for . the conveyance of mourners by motor car at a moderate additional cost. Punctuality and care ...

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 — 20 November 1925

Your Xmas Suit WILL SET OFF THE; MAN IF ? '.«!» A. RteDScBODsSd^ ' Fasnionable Tailor, » RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, . '' Is entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. Hundreds of pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'s be&t 8tylis and Properly Fitting Suits. j Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed to suit all tastes. varies. Competition may at times be good or indifferent. Winch |' combe, Carson, Ltd., may be a lucky firm. Even if that is ad mitted, it is an advantage to be associated with good luck. But . ' -brightness is catching, and the vigor with which Winchcombe, ? Carson's selling is performed is no mean factor in -creating the j- success which attends their sales. If you want your clip to be hand led with thoroughness in all de ) tails, with complete energy and skill, and, as a result, obtain top values, CONSIGN YOUR CLIP TO ; - Winchcombe, Carson Ltd, SELLING BROKERS, SYDNEY The BUSINESS IS...

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 — 20 November 1925

Trout Fishing. — Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, etc. — II. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. * ? « * NICK HAWKEN'S Refreshment Rooms is wher.e a hearty meal is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day dinners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut.

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 — 20 November 1925

NEWCASTLE RELIABILITY CON. TEST WON BY ESSEX.SIX. The Two Day Reliability Contest held recontly by the Newcastle Auto mobile Club was won by Miss Winde yer, of Dalgety's Garage, in an Es sex-Six. This is the first Australian Motor Reliability Contest to be won outright by. a lady driver. The con test was a well supported one, with many of the leading British and Am erican cars competing. Second piace was filled by a Rover and third place by a Buiek. Points were allotted for hill climbing, petrol consumption, slow running, flexibility and relia bility, and Miss Windeyer's Essex se cured a total of 77S out of a possi ble 800.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. John's Wort. FIGHT AGAINST THE WEED AT MANUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

St John's Wort. FIGHT AGAINST THE WEED AT MANUS. Manus , soldiers' ' settlement, at Tumbarumba, has attracted consid erable attention lately on account of the decision arrived at by the Min ister for Lands to convert portion of it into an afforestation area as a means towards the eradication of St. John's wort weed, which has gained a strong hold on a number of the sol diers' blocks. Some curious statements are made in connection with the acquisition of Manus. The story goes that a resi dent of the Bright (Vic.) district, where the weed has had a serious hold for many years, was a constant visitor to Manus, and he was in the habit of tying his horse to a certain tree during his stays there. The presumption is that some of the seed of the weed was carried to Manus in this manner, as it- has been remarked that the first appearance of St. John's wort was noticed at the precise spot chosen by the Bright vi sitor for tying up his horse. mio i «r\ci* run LU^cnnc The representatives of the...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERD TESTING MAKING IT UNIVERSAL. THE A.D.C. OBJECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

HERD TESTING MAKING IT UNIVERSAL. THE A.D.C. OBJECTIVE The Australian Dairy Council hav ing decided to continue to function and confine its activities to purely domestic matters for the advancement of the industry, one of the first mat ters it intends to take up is that oC universal herd testing throughout the common weaitn. There is even a suggestion that the testing should be made compulsory, because it is realised that the main, if not the only, way to make the dairying industry more profitable is to reduce the cost of production by increasing the average production per cow. The objective of the A.D.C. appar ently is to organise the testing under the control of the State Dairy Advis ory Boards, as distinguished from the Departments of Agriculture. The suggestion, too, is based on the New Zealand system, working through the factories. Testing in the Dominion is making greater progress than in any of the Australian States, partly due, no doubt, to the less variable se asons. THE WO...

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 — 20 November 1925

Butcher's Small Goods at MALLOS BROS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumut. Michael Patrick O'Brien pleaded guilty before Judge Bevan at 'Wagga Quarter Sessions on Monday, to having feloniously received 82lbs of beef, the property of Emanuel L. S. Cottam.     To further charges of having broken   and entered the shop of Cottam St     Tumbarumba and of having stolen 82   lbs. of beef, O'Brien pleaded not guilty, O'Brien's plea of guilty to the first         charge was accepted by the Crown     Prosecutor, Capt. , P. V. Storkey, V.C.       and the other charges were with-   drawn.  

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

RETURN THANKS. j MR. and MRS. JAMES HILLEY and FAMILY, of Argallong, return .their very sincere thanks to Drs. Browne and Clouston, Matron Blair and Nursing Stall: of the Tuniut Hos pital, for their unremitting attention and care to their Son and Brother, .TOIIN, in his fatal illness, to all those kind friends for assistance ren dered them in their trying ordeal, and to lliose who sent messages of sym pathy in their bereavement, and i'loral tributes.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MRS. P. CALLAN [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 20 November 1925

OBITDARY MRS. P. CALLAN   Last Friday evening the wife of Mr. P. Callan, 'Rathden,' Thompson- street, Cootamundra, passed away, at the age of 74. The highly esteemed pair of veterans thus ended a long and affectionate partnership of 55   years. Deceased was a native of Go- barralong, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Luff, and when she was only eight months old her father got drowned in the Gundagai flood of 1852. He had gone into Gundagai, where the flood swept down, taking the town and a big toll of lives. Mr. Luff was a refugee on the roof of a house. Some four years of more ago, Mr. and Mrs. Cal- lan retired from their well-known   property, 'Rathden,' where they had pioneered, and reared a large family. Mr. Thompson purchased the cot- tage in Thompson-street, and called it after the country home. Miss     Eileen resided with them, and the trio will long be remembered for their hospitality,— no...

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

MRS MILLER SR. In last issue we briefly referred-to     the death of Mrs. Miller sr., of Sandy   Gully, Adelong, which occurred at Nurse Lindbeck's private hospital on Saturday last. This grand old lady was 64 years of age, an Australian native who came to Gundagai district when quite a little girl with her par-   ents from Grenfell. The family set- tied at Gundagai, subsequently re-           moving to Tumblong (then Adelong     Crossing) and later on coming to where the family has resided ever since at Sandy Gully. Whilst living at Gundagai, as a young woman, she   met her late husband, and shortly af-   ter getting married they settled down at Tumblong, where the eldest child   was born. Probably no lady in this   large district was better known or   beloved than Mrs. Miller—...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Wheat Shortage GUARDING AGAINST FAMINE. PRIMARY PRODUCERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Wheat Shortage GUARDING AGAINST FAMINE. PRIMARY PRODUCERS' REPORT. An alarming statement was made at a meeting of the Southern Table lands District Council of the Primary Producers' Union at Goulburn, when a shortage of wheat was predicted. Mr. R. A. Tiekncr said there would be a shortage of 30,000,000 bushefe in the wheat crop this year, and there would also be a falling oft' in other countries. There would be a big de mand for Australian wheat, but it would lie necessary to see that enough was kept in the country, for its re* quirements. lie thought it would be necessary to store 16,000,000 bushels, which would represent 12,000,000 bus hels to feed the State for twelve mon ths and 4.000,000 bushels for seed. There was adequate storage available, lie- moved : 'That the State Govern ment be asked to purchase sufficient milling wheat, to be held in store, to supply the population of the State for at least one year, it-nil 'to gtirerd against a famine and to ensure good flour.' The mo...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bookmakers RIVERINA ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Bookmakers — ' ' ?' RIVERINA ASSOCIATION The Southern District Bookmakers' Association held a meeting at Albury, last Friday night. It was proposed by Sir. J. Stewart that S.D.R.A. bookmakers be privi leged to work at any unregistered meetings. It was mentioned that al though S.D.R.A. men were debarred from fielding at unregistered meet ings in the S.D.R.A. territory, cer tain A.R.C. rules in Sydney are also licensed and do operate in the S.D. It. A. —It was decided to write to the S.D.R.A. A motion was carried 'that race clubs at Naraiulera, Griflitli, Cooma, Goulburn, and Murrumburrah be writ ten to pointing out their excessive charges to field, in comparison to tho prize money at their meetings, and requesting that 'these charges be re duced to 30/- per day, and that all clubs be asked to accept their fees -per day, as owing to clashes many fielders cannot attend both days. It is pointed out that at present fielders have in almost every instance to pay, fees for two days, when th...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FINE CIRCUS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

A FINE CIRCUS COMING. Messrs Ashton Bros, have much pleasure in placing before the public of Tumut the finest ring circus now touring Australia. There are 25 art ists iu the company. These come from all parts of the world. In addi tion to male and female performers, they have abundance of educated horses, ponies, donkeys, and mules ; also buckjumpers. The buekjumpers will be ridden by Australia's best horseman, so do not miss this grand opportunity of seeing a iirst-ciass programme. Doors will open at 7.15 tun., performance S sharp. The circus opens at Adelong on Monday night next-. Miss Alley, sister of Mr, R. U. Alley, is at present spending a holiday in Adelong. a ? ? «? Mr, Archdale Parkhilil, general secretary of the Nationalist Associa tion, lias been advised 'by the Na tional party's solicitors, that judgment has been signed against Donald Grant, the Senate candidate, for the hon-prosecution of a writ for £2000 issued against Mr. Ptirkhiil during ithe recent election campaign...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURGLARIES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

BURGLARIES Early on Tuesday morning the Tourist Motor Co.'s (Mr. Frank Wood, Manager) motor garage was entered by way of the car-repair pit at the end of the building and a tin of lubricating oil and Mr. Wood's fishing outfit and tackle stolen. That morning, when a neighbor was about, just after daylight, he saw a pair of youth's legs dangling down from the pit under the building, but their ap pearance did not suggest to him that anything untoward was happening, and the circumstances of suspicion was only attached when he became aware that a thief or thieves had been at work. The floor of the gar age had patches of oil on it in places from repairs to cars that had been taking' place, and the plain distinct impression of the feet, of three dif ferent youths were visible, on it. The police took the matter in hand but no clue to the perpetrator of the felony had been gained up to yester day afternoon. The value of the articles stolen is. between £6 and £7. It is. reported that attempts...

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 — 27 November 1925

' ' 'X ^ ^ * Your Xmas Suit WILL SET OFF THU MAN IF u-y^. Fashionable Tailor, ?» RUSSELL-ST., TUMUT, la entrusted with the Cutting, Fitting and Making of It. ?''?ffunt reels of ? pleased men are now wearing with pride J. A. McK.'a ber-t Sty Us and Properly Fitting Suits. Prices down to Bedrock, and Values the Highest. '71 - Wide range of Patterns to choose from ; guaranteed: to suit all taste3. varies. Competition may at times be good or indifferent. Winch combo, Carson, Ltd., may be a lucky firm. Even if that is ad mitted, it is an advantage to be associated witli good luck. But brightness is catching, and the vigor with which Winchcombe, .*?» Carson's .selling is performed is no mean factor in creating the ' success' which attends their sales. ? . - If you want your clip to be handled with thoroughness in all de tails, with complete energy and skill, and, as a result, obtain top values, CONSIGN YOUR CLIP TO Winchcombe, Carson Ltd, SELLING BROKERS, SYDNEY The BUSINESS IS ACTIVELY A...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. TUMUT AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL X-RAY FUND. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

OUR OPEN COLUMN. TUMUT AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL X-RAY FUND. (To the Editor) Silt,— As certain enquiries nave vbeen made through the l'ress by per sons evidently interested in the pro posal to establish an X-ray plant in /he local hospital, I have been de- | puted by the Hospital Committee to give puuiicity ro tue ihisiuuh is in at the present time. The amount received tip to date is £107/(i/S (Tu inut Sub-branch R.S.S.I.L.A. £140, ir;iim,irn £'27/0/8) . mid this am ount has been placed in a separate account in the Government Savings J{an,k, Tiimut. The cost of installing im X-ra.v plant is estimated at not (ess than £0,UO, an,d the committee vaiinot at present undertake to iimuico the installation, of a plant owing to ] ici u,u' coyuiytted to lind half the cost yf thv alterations and additions Iteiua Varrietf oiit iu the. hospital buildings ^ind now nuayiiiir completion, the cost of this work being £4200 If it is de sired that the installation should take place in the near future, the ...

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To Privy Council. DEPORTATION APPEAL. COUNSEL'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

To Privy Council. DEPORTATION APPEAL, COUNSEL'S DECISION. It was decided on Tuesday by coun sel for Walsh and Johnson (Messrs. A. R. . J. Watt, ICC., and Dr. Bvatt), that an appeal should be made to the Privy Council against the Full. Court of New South Wales not pro ceeding with the applications for the writs of habeas corpus. Amongst the grounds which will be- relied upon in the appeal to the Privy Council is that tlie Full Court of New South Wales was in error in surrendering its jurisdiction to the High Court in applications properly founded, and that, in 'effect, tlie FulT Court declined to hear applications for writs of habeas corpus where the liberty of the subject was involved. The appeal will not be lodged un til after the habeas corpus proceed ings before the High Court are de termined. Counsel intend to make the appeal direct to the Privy Council, without applying for leave. A remarkable situation -will arise in the event of tho High Court of Australia refusing Walsh and ...

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