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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

THE MARKETS. Potatoes, local 17/- to 18/, Tasman ian 13/- to 15/. * * ? ? Onions, 20/. ' ? ? v.* Chaff, wheaten to 7/, oaten 6/ to 7/G, lucerne 6/- to 7/3. a * * ? Hay, oaten 7/- to 7/6; lucerne, 5/- to 7/, large 4/- to 4/6. ? * ? v Oats, local 4/3, Tasmanian 4/9. * ? ? « Maize, 6/. - Eggs, unaltered. ? ? ? » Wheat, 6/5. ? # ? ? At Homebush to-day 32,000 . sheep were penned. The market was ir regular during earlier sales but showed a tendency to weaken. Cat tle — 2400 were yarded. The market opened buoyant and very firm at best last day's rates, but as sales pro gressed values showed a tendency to advance. e « ? a The wholesale price of butter was reduced by 4/8 per cwt. to 168/- to day. Cheese was Id per lb. cheaper at 111/.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN EXAMINING WOOL ON THE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

WHEN EXAMINING WOOL ON THE SHEEP; The main object when inspecting wool on tho sheep is to open it with out crushing the staples, and at the same time to expose it so as to allbw a thorough inspection as to type and quality. There are liiany people who cannot open and inspect- the wool properly. The -general., fault is that instead of opening it, .up. with the lingers they dig them into, tlie fleece, crushing the staples in all directions, and making it; impossible, for the Wool to show in its most natural state. : When opening up the flieece' (says Mr. Hugh McCalluin. in the - Journal of the- Department of ?''?'Agriculture, ? ,\V,esteru Australia), guard - against pressure being brought to bear on the wool. Use the thumb . and first aud second lingers of both, hands as spreaders; this is done b,v' dividing iuu sunii^nt while laying them down. Any stretch ing should be avoided, but when the wool vis open-it. should be allbwed to | rest in its -natural' -position. The wool can theii b...

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

FROM ALL SOURCES. Jack Dawson, formerly of Eastern Suburbs, who acted as coach to the Temora Rugby League Club Hast sea-, I son, lias purchased a fancy-goods business at Canberra, and intends giv ing up football. « « v « Following a period of medical 'ob servation at Long Bay Gaol, Mrs. Nellie Cheetham, who is under com mittal from the Newcastle Coroner's Court on a charge of having mur dered her six months' old child, at New Liunbton, has been certified as suffering from delusional insanity. a * * a Mr. C. E. Martin, Bachelor of Eco nomics of Sydney University and a teacher on the staff of the Young High School, has been offered a post on the staff of the Sydney University as lecturer in charge of the Univer sity Tutorial movement in the New castle and Maitland areas at a lucra tive salary. B » * » The maili train from Sydney to Nowra 011 Sunday night narrowly escaped disaster. A11 iron dog spike that had been placed 011 the rail caused the engine to leave the line and it ran along...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTORAL THE FARMER'S CLIP. BRANDING AND MARKING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

PASTORAL THE FARMER'S CLIP. BRANDING AND MARKING. Tlie importance of branding aud marking wool bales distinctly is - not realised by many farmers, says a bul letin of the Western Australian De partment of Agriculture. Not only is there the risk of the wool being lost in transit, or mixed up with other bales that have been carelessly mar ked, but it is most important that (.''ch bale should carry a mark cure ,'fully stencilled with relliable black 411k. Under no circumstances should a rarmer use paint, tar, tattoo oil, branding fluid, or an oily substance for 'marking his bales, as the grease oozing from the wool makes this oily substance spread until it is un decipherable. A plain stenciU brand to correspond with the farm or sta tion should be placed on each bale, with the description of the contents directly underneath and the number of the bale again below that. Only black ink must be used by growers for marking bales. Colored inks are reserved, by buyers to make distinc tive coun...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC WASHINGTON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

[?] WASHINGTON, Wednesday The Department of Justice Divis ion in charge of prohibition litigation have reported that during the pro hibition period the fines totalled six millions sterling, and gaol sentences aggregating twelve thousand years were imposed upon Volstead Act vio lators up till June 30 last. The Uni ted States Government convicted 154, 772 persons, acquitted 7414 and dis missed 30,313 cases, jeaving 24,534 cases pending.— Austral Press, SYDNEY, Thursday. As the Senate count proceeds La bor slips further back. A few days ago the Ministerial candidates had a lead of a little over 244,000. To day their lead has been increased to 273,000. The final count for Rich mond has been completed, the result being an easy win for the Country Party candidate, Rowland Green. The final counting of preferences resul ted in Green (Country Party) 25,056, Green (Labor) 11,942: majority 13,114. BRISBANE, Thursday. While bending over a table, at her home yesterday, preparing a meal, a marrie...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
10/- WEEK ALLOWANCE. BILL ALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

10/; WEEK ALLOWANCE. BILL ALTERED. The draft of the Widows' Pensions ! Bill has been altered to provide, in addition to a pension of £1 a week for widows, an allowance of 10/- a week for each child, irrespective of tli p n n in hpr in flip, f :i m il v Til p nrii* : inal draft provided for 10/- a: week for tho first child only. For the sec 1 ond child 7/6 was to be allowed,, and for each other child 5/. The Bill will be introduced into. Parliament , this week.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

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Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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COLOURS FROM THE TREES DISCOVERIES BY A VICTORIAN WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

COLOURS FROM THE TREES DISCOVERIES BY A VICTORIAN WOMAN. That the Australian Bush is rich in dye-producing vegetation has ag ain and again been proved. Yet up to the present little has been done in the way of experimenting with our native- dyes.. The art of dye-making is of un .v.iu,Vn ain.Kiuii.jr, ami in some cruue way has been practiced from the be ginning of time. Since the introduction of syntheti cally-prepared dyes in. 1856 the pro gress of artificial color-making has been rapid, and the cold-tar dyes have almost entirely replaced ,the natural dyes. Long before aniline colors were known perfection had been reached in the art of dyeing from ve getation. Tlie names of many coun trips llflVfl lloon h.in.ln/1 rl mim 4-~ „~.. Lnco uavc utJtJIl IIcUUlUU uuwn to pos terity through their fame in the man ufacture of dyes. The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans practised the art of natural dye-making and among the ruins of Pompeii is t.o be seen an an cient dye shop. To-day we have no color...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

COMING! COMING! TUMUT, Wednesday, December 2. Astiiom Bros' Mammoth Ring Circus mi Zoo NOW THE GREATEST RING CIRCUS ON TOUR. j, ' 25' | OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST ARTISTS | 25 ; ' 00 HEAD OF HORSES, PONIES, DONKEYS AND MULES. Doors open 7.15. Performance 8 sharp. ! .. Manager : 0. T. O'NEILL. Proprietor: AS1IT0N BROS. ALSO SHOWING ADELONG, Monday, November 30. PICS ! PICS ! PICS ! S. V. BEST & CO Bey to advise owners of PIGS that a truck will be loading at TUMUT on MONDAY, 7th DE CEMBER, for their WAGGA SALE on 9th DECEMBER. OWNERS WISHING . TO LOAD KINDLY ADVISE ED. WILKINSON and SON, TUMUT, or S. V. BEST and CO., Pig Salesmen, WAGGA. TURKEYS AND CHRISTMAS POULTRY. The PRODUCERS' DISTRIBUTING SOCIETY, LTD., succeeds the BER RIM-A DISTRICT F. and D. CO., LTD., and tho COASTAL FARMERS' CO-OP. SOCIETY, LTD., and con lidentliy appeals for the support which was afforded both the old Companies. CHRISTMAS SALE DAYS are :— DECEMBER 1st, 3rd, 8tli, 10th, 15th, i 17th, 22nd. . I ? It is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Boy-proof Watches 8/6, Ingersol Watches 9/C.—H. D. SMART, Watch maker and Jeweller, Tumut. ? . ? » ? A1J the newest styles are shown in the December issue of 'Weldon's Ladies' Journal,' the favorite fashion magazine for the home dressmaker. A free pattern is enclosed for a smart two-piece suit, comprising a lady's coat and dress, also a new transfer design for embroidery on costumes, dresses, etc. There is a splendid photogravure supplement of latest Paris fashions, showing tho newest wrap po;\tsi, costumes, twV| piece suits, coat frocks, evening cloaks, frocks for the dinner, dance, etc. Exclusive articles include: Notes on Coming Fashions, Special Fashions for Readers abroad, Pretty Ideas for Christmas Gifts, Special Articles on Cookery — Puddings Sav ory and Sweet, Beauty— Lovely Hair, the latest styles in Combs and Slides, Stencilling, Embroidered Spanish Shawl, Astrology, Book Views, Chil dren's Page., etc., etc. All patterns illustrated in Weldon's of Children's Fashions, Weld...

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MOTORING WEEKLY NOTES. OBSCURE BUT IMPORTANT TAP. PET MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

MOTORING . WEEKLY NOTES. OBSCURE BUT IMPORTANT TAP. PET MATTERS. We have often made allusion to -tho question of tappet adjustment and the vital necessity for the owner driver keeping a watchful eye on this part of his engine, in order to avoid power losses and unsatisfactory performance. In connection with this, it may be pointed out that al though certain manufacturers do not lay great stress on tho necessity for making tappet adjustment when the engine has become thoroughly war med up, there arc very good reasons why tappets should never be adjus ted when the engine is cold. When tappet adjustment is made with a cold engine it is always necessary to set the tappets to a somewhat wider clearance so as to compensate for the subsequent expansion of the metal when the engine becomes heated. Even assuming that ail the tappets were to expand to an . identical ex tent, tho adjustment with the cold engine must needs be more or less a matter of guesswork, but if we recollect that there is...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

NICK HAWKEN'S Refreshment Rooms Is where a hearty meal Is supplied and can be enjoyed. Hot mid-day d!nners. Next Rural Bank, Wynyard-street, Tumut. * ? ? ? The engagement is announced of Miss Viola (Tootl'os) Williamson, (laughter of the late J. C.and Mya. Williamson, of 'Kingsciere,' Potts Point, and Mr. Walton Hoi'sley, son of (lie la^e Mr. R, p. Hgraley and Mrg. H(?rs|ey, of Yabtree Station, Gv.nrtugai,

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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The Hume MR. PARKER MOLONEY ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

The Hume MR. PARKER MOLONEY ELECTED Mr. Parker J. ' Moloney has increa sed liis lead slightly and is definitely olectcd for a third term to tho House, of Representatives; The count is practically complete, as there aro i only approximately 170 absent votes to come, ? these being in two parcels from 'femora1 and Coolamon. -HUME, P., J. Moloney (Labor) . ... , ; 18,797 A. B. : Campbell v (Nat.) 12;497- V. .Miers ~(C.P.')it ? ? *, . . ? 6000 , Informal .yotes 554 Absolut? ? ;'majorityj for-'-Maioiioy! 318

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 — 27 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, Ilavine, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves. — Monday and Thursday, 3.45 p.m. 'Tomorroma, Adjungbilly. — 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 ietters, 2.20 p.m. Brungle. — Tuesdays 1.15 p.m.; Thursdays 12 noon. Argalong, Lacmalac, Gocup, Mid way, Yarrangobilly, Yarrangobilly Caves, Ravine, Talbingo. — Tuesday...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TUMUT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

TUfflUT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING, The committee of the Tumut Hos ipital met at the Literary Institute 011 Thursday, November IS). President : /.Messrs R. M. Thompson (chair), T. E. Wilkinson, C. W. Beegling, Jas. Elphick, II. W/eeden, AV. W. Lear mont, G. II. Livingstone, F. Cripps, It. L. Blakeney and the secretary (Air. (J. E. Jepsen). I The President reported that he had | arranged for Sister Naismith to re lieve Sister Norman while 011 holi days.— Action endorsed. The Treasurer (Mr. Wilkinson) im ported that the credit balance at bank was £1512/2/10. Accounts am ounting to £i:i(f/.l fS/;-? were presented and passed for payment. The question of holding a Hospital Saturday was discussed, and it was decided. 011 the motion, of Messrs ? Blakeney and Beegling, to recommend to the incoming committee for 1020 that a Hospital Saturday be held ill that year. Decided, 011 -.motion of Messrs'. .Weeden;- and. Elphick :to -ask. -Matron Blair -to hand accounts re hospital fees, to patients ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT GROWERS. BIG CONFERENCE AT YOUNG MARKETING PROBLEMS BATLOW PARTICIPATES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

[?] BIG CONFERENCE AT YOUNG MARKETING PROBLEMS BATLOAV PARTICIPATES. ? v An important Conference of the Deciduous Fruitgrowers' Association , of- N.S.W. was held at Young on Tuesday. The principal business was j .'fhe discussion of fruit marketing problems. I Mr. II. S. Wjurk (Bathurst) oceu- I pied tlie-chair. ? The- following delegates were pre isent : II. S. Wiark (Bathurst.), It. W. PiWock (Uathurst), G. !S. Jenkins i (Bathurst), It. G. Eduelel (Uath urst), Mrs. C. Piddigton (Running Stream), W. W. Moad (Miltliorpe), F. ? , Brooks (Miltliorpe), A. G. Arnot, .r. 15.' Dodds (Batlow), V. C. Williams ^ .(Griffith), J. Brammer (Yemla), C. Jlawkins (Bendiek AIurrelll S.S. ), D;/ (McLean (Bendiek Murrell), .15. Willis ..[(?Waterview S.S.), II. Taylor (Waiter-* view S.S.). - . /rhe.Ohairniiin '-(Mr. AVfirk) 'Was: selected-tas-delega'te ' Uo the .State Advisory Board. :Th'e various growers' organisations,? - v siiid'tlio-chairmaii,: were ..entitled ' to : ' representation on : the Board....

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

FROM ALL SOURCES. Trout Fishing.— Kods, Keels, Casts, ; Flies, etc.— H. D. SMART, Witch- ' maker and Jeweller, Tumut. * » * * O'SULLIVAN'S, in Russell. street, Tumut, has again been appointed an agent for Peter's Famous Ice Cream « * » ? A fine old man, Mr. John Peter Me- ' Girr, died at Parkes last Friday, aged -. 78 years. He was the father of fighting Greg. McGirr, Jim McGirr, f- M.L.A., Paddy McGirr, M.L.C., aiid -a-v- Sister JJ. Cecilia (of Yass Convent), '» « * ? ? Dr. h. ? Scott-Skir.ving, a' welU 1 known Macquarie-streot specialist) ~ ? passed- through Tumut recently with ' his wife, making the round - trip (via ? - %,,- Cooma and Gundagai, They werd paying a visit to Abringdon, Mrs. ,W', ' Robinson being a sister of Mrs. Scott* Skirving. ^ ~ ? * * ? * 4 - * William Gosper, ? at the Naranddi'a Quarter Sessions, pleaded guilty- to three charges of embezzling tlie'moil- f ies of William Wrightson,. 'Irrigator-1 - : Office, Griffith. I-Iis Honor ' imposed- t,; a sentence of two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

For Choicest Fruits, Confectionery, etc., go (o MALLOS DUOS.' Marble Bar Sundae Shop, Tumut. Printed and Published by A. Wilkie Watson, Sole Proprietor, at his i printing office, Wynyard-street, i Tumut, In the State of New South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

NICK HAWKEN, Centrar Refresh- 1 ment Rooms, caters for wedding., breakfast. and picnic and other part-' jus. Next Rural Bank, Tmuut. '

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

CLYDE G. WATSON (Late A.I.F.) TUMUT TIMES & EXPRESS f OFFICE, TUMUT. Having taken over the control ol the Job-printing Department in the above offices, I desire to notify the public that not. only will the ordinary work, for which this office has long been noted, be carried out in the same high standard of superior workman Bhip as heretofore, but new lines will.be added to make it equal to the moB.t efficient city office. Every class of work will be under-^ taken. There is now no excuse for business people to send any of their printing work to the city. I can do it here. So why impoverish the town by sending the money else where. All Jobs cut to BEDROCK PRICES. Quotations given at a glance. fil^j ^0^ lliiL® m m lira ESS3 binding a Speciality PIECES OF MUSIC RENOVATED AND BOUND INTO VOLUME8. BOOKS AND THEIR BINDING. ' 'Except a living man, there ia nothing more wonderful than a book ! — a message to us from the dead — from, human eouls we never saw, who lived, perhapc. thousa...

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