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

WANTED. A COOK- Good wages. Apply at once to- .- . ? ! MRS. H. T. PHILLIPS, Orfefft'al Hotel, Tuiriut. GADARA SHIRE ELECTIONS. 'B' Riding. ? I beg to state that I am a' CANDI DATE lor tho above RIDING in the COMING ELECTIONS, and respect fully SOLICIT RATEPAYERS' SUP PORT. ALLAN W. BEACH, 'Oakview,' Brungle. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS Shire of Gadara 'C' RIDING. To the Electors of 'C' Riding. Ladies and Gentlemen. — I, GEORGE CHARLES BROWN, manager Batlow Case and Timber Mills, Batlow, wish to notify myself as a Candidate for your representa | tion. I Being a Business IMati, I have taken a keen interest in tlie progress of these districts. If yoit favor me with your votes, I will work for the better ment and the progress of 'C' Riding in particular and the Shire generally. Yours Faithfully, George C. Brown. Batlow, 18/ll/'25. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD., OPTICIANS, 385 George-street, Sydney. Have visited this town regularly for 30 years. Watch this space, or write for date of next visit. consu...

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

.GETTING ON. Milton declared that ambition was the 'last infirmity of noblt minds,' and he lias caused psychologists quite ? a lot of trouble' by- that statement. Without enferingi the lists and tilting at the excessively learned who ? en-, ilenvor - to ascertain -what was in the great, poet's mind a. few hundred years ago, it' is quite reasonable to suppose that Milton: considered ambition a fault most difficult to rid oneself of, and the reason for:. that difficulty was because ariibKion masquerades under inaiiy different, -masks. I'here is purely ; a dillerenee between the : per jion who desires: to achieve .big things; for the world :and. lor himself, and; the person who desires 'to do ' big 'things for himself alone. jL'he ; former may. be characterised as ambitious,: the latter ns seinsniy envious.- Concrete examples right down 'the .ages - to the present day conclusively- .prove- ^rthat ? ambition of the. right sort is a main factor in the adventure of getting 011 in the worl...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novel Operation SAVING A ROOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Novel Operation SAVING A ROOSTER. All sorts of eases, and all sorts -off. patients, fall to the lot of tlio average doctor, in--kis :Mfetime,vbut:it: is'.doubt-. ful' lf^any. doctor '.within 'recent: tinies -hn.s . undertaken win.'operatioii'-as novt'I and, .as interesting, as, that 1 which two , doctors ; .at : Grafton .- carried out ? re cently. The patient' 111 this case was a valu able pure-bred rooster, , Imported 1 from England, the property of a well known: poultry fancier, :wh'o°discovered' some time ago that: the. bird had a badlj-injured . leg. .DespitO ; all ' the: owner's attempts to ' bring about ' an 1 efloetive cure, : the woun'd would ': not 1 I heal. .The ,, bird -- was ;too valuable ' to ploso. .if: there was: a/chance of saving it, - and- the owner finally approached two rfully-qualified medical practi tioners, with the- request that they use their . skill, in 'saving': the bird. ?/The upshot was that tlie owner was invited: to bring the bird to the sur gery; wher...

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

LADIES! Have You SERVED 'GOW'S' LEMON BUTTER with Pon-cakes, inotcad of the old atyle Lemon Jvice ond Sugar or Honey. The Change will pleaBeyo'.i— but, ao ' Gow's' Lemon Butler represents a diotinct standard of its own, do not hurt your good toote by taking Lemon Butter mode by anyone. Insist on 'Gow's' at the counter and be repaid by the delight at your table later on. ?Write for free Recipe Book to Asioci ?ted Brokers Ltd. 61 Market Street, Sydney. ROYAL HAIRD9ESSIKC AND SHAVING SALOON next DEERY'S ROYAL HOTEL, TUMUT. TEO L. QUIRK PROPRIETOR ANNOUNCES to the Public of Tumut and District generally that he has purchased an ELECTRIC MASSAG ING PLANT. Our MR. LANCE SNOW, late of Goulburn, who has had several years' experience in the trade, possesses high credentials in all branches of Massaging, Electric Face Massages and Electric Hair Shampoo, with Hot and Cold Air-blower a specialty. Also the famous Barliny, L. & Co., G.B.D., Civic, Senate and other lines af Pipes. Also Ladi...

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

Protect your eyes from dust anil glare of the sun. Goggles and Smoked Glasses for every purpose. — H. D. SMART, Watchmaker - and Jewcfler, Wy.pyard.sJroetV Ti'i'mift.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TUBERCULOSIS AMERICAN CAMPAIGN. THOROUGH METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

TUBERCULOSIS AMERICAN CAMPAIGN. THOROUGH METHODS. The chief of the United States Fe deral bureau of Animal Industry (Dr. J. R. Mohler) is responsible for the statement that more than 7,000,000 cattle were tested for tuberculosis in Amorica during the year that ended on 30th June, 1925. This was an in crease of nearly two million on the figures for the previous year. When it was considered that in 1917 (he said) there were but a few States that, by law, were prepared to cope with tuberculosis, and were without funds to carry on the pro ject, the advance that had been made in tho work was remarkable. To-day every State was provided with funds and an organisation to cope with this, the most insiduous disease of livestock, and the campaign was pro ceeding rapidly in some States and more slowly in others, depending en tirely upon the sentiment that exis ted among the stock-owners. The first appropriation made by Congress for fighting the disease was £15,000. During 1917, co-operative arr...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

Billy Jones (9.8.) beat Stan Love (9.7J) for the lightweight champion ship of New South Wales at the Newcastle Stadium last Saturday night. Love, at the end of the 13th round, signalled that ho had had enougn, ana me reieree ueuiiueu Jones the winner. A .fierce rally in the eleventh round was the beginning of the end. Jones dealt out heavy punishment, and in the next couple of rounds punched Love all over the ring, * » ♦ ? In the list of new Justices of the Peace, gazetted on ' Friday last, a Gundagai lady's name appears, Mrs. Bridget McAlister, of Byron-street, Gundagai, having been appointed a magistrate. Mrs. McAlister is a dis trict native, and, for years, has been prominent in local Labor movements. Another Gundagai appointment is that of Mr.' James . Patrick Vaughan, who has been the local Labor League head for some your.-i past. Amongst tho appointments .arc: — Edwin Wil liam Bridle, Brungle Road; John W. Kennedy, Adelong;' Arthur N. Fuller, Tumut; E. S, Levett, Bethungra; W....

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

Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, all the favorite brands, at MALLOS' BROS.' Sundae Shop, Wynyard-st . , Tumut.

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

Biscuits and Gakeg, fresji and jii variety at BRQSf.' SI)OJ-,TuHWtr

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

?Bn^nnHB3S59&gS9&nBBEnnDBS9BK^mKB99EBBnnBHgnflEKnSSS8SS9BBJ| I rui „7 Turning a small outlay0 j 8 (%, ) into a big profit | 1 \llfc y^yu THAT'S THE WAY WITH THE j . B ' the best AN° i I lowkt ^RI^D I 198 DAY STREET. ' f Batlow Hotol BAT' OW, *S.W. UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGE MENT EXCELK.N'J' CUISINE. CIV ILITY AND FKOVrT ATTfcNTIO N. TRAVELLERS C .VrEKEi; FOR. ; /VAM We SVENSON PROPRIETOR. Eitzroy Street, Tumut. Hides, Fisrs k Skin-buyer. Bert Eggleton Has removed business to Fltrroy -otreet, Tumut, In tho 8pa- nu- Motor Garage Building, next to the ADVOCATE office. All descriptions of FUR8, HIDES AND 8KINS PURCHASED. HIQHE8T MARKET VALUES GIVEN. NO PARCEL TOO LARGE. j MjSa Make The Throat Glad ! Sore throats, coughs j ijfs| / colds, etc., yield rapidly to the valuable medica- 1 ments contained in these wonderful Pastilles. j A®TT1W W W3-® M JUL ffei HW Jlfa feP TO STAND THE SEASON - at 'Stonefield,' ADELONG, And Travel the Surrounding ' Districts, The Thoroughbred Sta...

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

|| Iff P p ? I i^ii j | j f j I SUPPORT THE INDUSTRY OF YOUR OWN DISTRICT ? jc©-F0R XMAS-@= : ! . and all Seasons- i | CALDWELL'S | Quality WINES | | Obtainable at a Licensed I j Houses. I CALDWELL'S™WMES LTD, 1 i . ' | j 72-82 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown | rzr~ | Reputat# n OSE { fo what pe? pie | Suppose ft to ba. ^ J j One'o CI] srafsttr V * y ! io what people have - fT' ' ' OjgL its j Proved It to be. I ^ | Hearing's - j Bronchitis j Enjoys both an Excellent J3®'' j Reputation and on * j irropronohable Charaotor. 1 | Personal RecommendeUon y|j||^y ||l|jj' $M |] ! is the Beat Advertisement, Wy if ___ j end that is why Hearne'a 1M-Z/ | j has been at the Top , vfvfi) i | of the Tree for oo many 1 ? ! Hearnevtv 1 BRONCHITIS CURE THE FINEST REMED7 IN THE FOR COUGSSS, CROUP m-d VSOILDS. Always AaR for ' MEARNE'S.' od : At that you GET ft There la nothing' osV nood.' j j ? j 1 If Dot abtatnablo locally, ssndf ia ' l | j W. G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., G*W vtetem. 1 1 ? _ ' _ ».J :...

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The Toothless Age. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

The Toothless Age. Wo are losing our teeth because we arc ceasing to use them, says Phil ander D. Poston, writing in the Washington 'Post.' And in the train of their loss are crowding in a host of ills. Concrete evidence, he says, produced by the Government and a multitude nf nt.hpr np-onnloo atwi o comparison of conditions now exist ing with those of a hundred years ago paint a dark future for us and a dar ker one for our descendants. He goes on: In the National Museum at Wash ington are the skulls of about two hundred Indians who lived several hundred years ago. But one tooth out of the entire lot (over six thou sand) shows a defect! To-day, it would be difficult to find one person in two hundred with sound teeth. Another example: Until recent years the Eskimos had perfect teeth, because they ate only natural, coarse foods which they vigorously chewed. Toothache was unknown. Now, the younger generation, living along the coasts and ' rivers where our food factories supply them with...

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

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE GOULBURN, N.S.W, ii Registered under the Bursary Endowment Act. . Extensive Modern Buildings and Equipment. Healthy Climate, Altitude 2000ft. Electric Light, Sewerago, Hot : Water Service. 41 Acres of Grounds. Professional, Commercial and Do- ' mestic Science Courses. New Term commences 9th Febru ary, 1926. Prospectus from the Principal, W. RAMSAY McNICOLL, B.A. Dipl. Educ. Adelong1 Motor Cap Repair Works. ? oOOOo ? Opposite Bank N.S. Wales, ADELONG, , Go HARRIS ANNOUNCES to CAB-OWNERS generally that lie lias taken over the above works from MI{. SID. CLEM ENTS, and by promptly turning out high-class work in all branches of the trade hopes lo merit full public patron age. Electrical Work of AU Classes undertaken, and Batteries Re-chargcd. Agents for Oldsinobile, Morris Cow ley and Chandler Motor tars. Don7! fee a Slaves to Watch someone suffering with Back ache, and you will then do all in your power to prevent this terrible ailment getting the upper hand...

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SHEEP SKINS AND HIDES SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

SHEEP mm AND HIDES SYDNEY MARKET. The Secretary, Farmers and Graz iers' Co-op. Co., writes: — Sheepskins: The market has of late reflected the great buoyancy in the wool trade and at last auction the tendency was towards a higher le vel, particularly as regards long sta pled merinos. There is no likelihood of any reaction in connection with high prices and prospects for these woolled skins so long as the market keeps up for our staple product. It is also worthy o£ mention that sound pelts have been commanding very are bright, but we are not over sang uine about damaged pelts, and all owners would be well advised now that hot weather is upon us to paint tlieir skins with an arsenical prepar ation. Hides: After previously reaching a very satisfactory level, this market has slipped back a few points lately in keeping with some weakness in the position overseas, but supplies coming forward are not over-heavy and it is confidently believed that bedrock has very nearly been tou ched. Year...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. Fifteen members of the Catholic.. Young Men's Club attended the usual weekly meeting on Wednesday night, Mr. 1*. o'Dwyer occupying the chair. The secretary read the balance sheet of the recent .social held by the cluli, showing a credit balance of £7/2/10. The amount now in hand is £22/10/7. It was decided to hold a picnic on .Sunday next, '29th inst., those who in tend going to meet in front of the Post Office at 10 o'clock, married folk and children to have preference of first trip out in motor 'bus. Gentlemen are to defray cost of 'bus hire. The matter of arranging a picnic for the sehooll children was held over (until after Xmas holidays. ' ? The secretary (Mr. E. Liston) is to make arrangements in connection with a lecture to-be delivered by Fr; Le hane in December. Oil the motion of Messrs T. Millay and J. Dear, it was decided to call a special meeting immediately after the usual business had been transac ted next Wednesday- night, to discuss and ado...

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

; 'Smith & Paddle's OWAHYILLA JERSEY - AND MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIG STUD FARM TUMUT, N.S.W. DAIRYMEN, NOTE !— That our JERSEY STOCK are founded ' on'the- combination of the following ? blood lines : — BRIGHTON KING (Imp.) PROMETHUS (Imp.) ; and RETFORD MARAPOSA. Tho above are the BEST for TYPE and UTILITY to be found. - OUR COWS Are under GOVERNMENT HERD TESTING. These are the figures -that count. . MIDDLE YORKSHIRE PIGS are ? ' bred from the MELBOURNE and SYDNEY ROYAL CHAMPIONS, and are strong in DRAYTON CHIEF and PRESTON PETER BLOOD. Young BULLS and HEIFERS, BOARS and SOWS FOR SALE.' All 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 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 BOAR AT 10/6 PER SERVICE. SERVICE QUARANTEE...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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HYDRO-ELECTRIC AUXILIARY SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

HYDROELECTRIC AUXILIARY SCHEME. Mr. R. C. Hales, of. the Electrical Branch, Public Wlorks Departmenet, arrived - in Tumut on Wednesday and proceeded per -'Mr. -Lin Brassil's Royal Mail car - to Jounama, where he will officially investigate -the possibilities of Jounama Creek -for developing elec tric current : to supplement the Burriii-'. juck ' hydro-electric scheme. It is proposed ? to connect Gundagai, Junee and Wagga .with. the Burrinjuck riclieme, : it 'being estimated that one third, of ; the electricity generated - at ? Burrinjuck will - be ; required ; to / meet Wagga'S' . lighting vand industrial power requirements. - As there ? will I Jie a certain period of the year when die water in Burrinjuck willl not 'be able to .let -flow sufficiently * to-:, give the full i power : necessary 'to supply ill. the: towns* to. be connected^ with- the pcheine, Jounama- Creek capabilities of providing an; auxiliary service' to- sup- ?i/jeinent, ? Burrinjuck are being investi ga ted 1 iy M...

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THE WORLD'S FATTEST FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

THE WORLD'S FATTEST FOLK. Jack Wilson, the forty-stone fat man of Coney Island, who recently died, was one of America's big things. But his avoirdupois is by no means a record, and has been beaten by se veral heavy-weights in England. The 52 stone 11 pounds of the historic ?Lmiiiei i_,uiuueri stm remains to lie beaten, although Leo Whitton, the Canadian Colossus, who died at Mac clesfield some years ago, ran liim close with 50st. Then there was Thomas Longley, proprietor of the Star Inn at Dover, who died fifteen -years ago after at taining enormous proportions. His height was 6ft. ijin. ; chest measure ment, 70in.; girth, 85in. ; calf, 26in.; weight, 46st. Shortly after the death of Longley another heavy-weight, Jesse Amos Baker, better known as 'Billy Bonno,' died in the Blackburn Infirmary. Baker weighed 44st., and the coffin in which he was buried measured 7ft. in length and about 3Jft. across. The record of Hilda Flack, of Buckhurst Hill, who, although only thirteen years of ag...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express
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TABLE POULTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

TABLE POULTRY MARKET. ; The Producers''- Distributing Society, Ltd., reports The market on . Tues day was well supplied, : with ? a keen Xmas demand. - I-Iens showed a sligh tly firmer tone .though, arrivals were heavy. ; Cockerels -met a good de mand,- especially : prune ? -breasted birds, the. small and medium not be ing so easily . cleared. Ducks and drakes - were unaltered . Turkey liens in . good. . demand-, -gobbliers not so; eag erly: sought -after. 1 Goose:.were \ firm, Guinea n fowls'/in ; excellent ..demand . Prices . realised: :-T-Sqiiabn, :l/G . to? 3/0 poussins, - lOd to 1/4 ; t grillers. .1/6 - to 4/3; W.L. hens,, 4/- to G/10; col. hens,- o/G to ,10/3 : W1.L. cockerels 5/ to 0/11 ;col. -cockerels, small G/l to ?8/1, . medium ll/-- to 15/9, . jiriine .14/ to .1T/ ; Mus. drakes.14/- to 17/ ; Mus. .ducks -8/0 to 10/9; Turkey gobblers 20/- . to .35/ ; ^Turkey * hens 23/3 to 3*5/0 ; .geese,- .12/-' to =17/; Guinea fowls. 0/- to 12/. , a Mr. C. ? E. .Martin, , , Bachelor of ...

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HORRIBLY BURNED GUNDAGAI WOMAN A MASS OF FLAMES. LIGHTING A FIRE WITH METHYLATED SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express — 27 November 1925

HORRIBLY BURNED GUNDAGAI WOMAN A MASS OF FLAMES. LIGHTING A FIRE WITH METHY LATED SPIRITS. The second shocking burning i ac cident in the Gundagai district within a fortnight, occurred last Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mr. Edward Jamiseon, South Gundagai, when his Eldest daughter, Miss Betsy Jamieson, was badly burned. Miss Jamieson took a bottle of methylated spirits and poured some of the con tents on a pile of wood in the kitchen stove. There must have been some live coals in the stove, as almost in stantly a high flame shot out, the. bottle containing the spirit exploded, and Miss Jamieson was enveloped in flames. Her screams quickly attrac ted her father, who surmised that a snake was the trouble, and he se cured a stick before he went into the kitchen. When he got there he found his daughter a ball of flames. He tried to beat out the flames with his bare hands, but could make no impression. Charlie Jamieson, ne phew, rushed for a rug and wrapped it rnnnrl Ilia mint b...

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